Ontario Gazette, Vol. 148-17, April 25, 2015

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Ontario Gazette, Vol. 148-17, April 25, 2015
Vol. 148-17
Saturday, 25 April 2015
Toronto
Ontario Highway Transport Board
ISSN 00302937
Le samedi 25 avril 2015
Serving and filing an objection may be by hand delivery, mail, courier or
facsimile. Serving means the date received by a party and filing means the
date received by the Board.
Periodically, temporary applications are filed with the Board. Details of
these applications can be made available at anytime to any interested
parties by calling (416) 326-6732.
LES LIBELLÉS DÉS DEMANDES PUBLIÉES CI-DESSOUS SONT
AUSSI DISPONIBLES EN FRANÇAIS SUR DEMANDE.
The following are applications for extra-provincial and public vehicle
operating licenses filed under the Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987,
and the Public Vehicles Act. All information pertaining to the applicant
i.e. business plan, supporting evidence, etc. is on file at the Board and is
available upon request.
Pour obtenir de l’information en français, veuillez communiquer avec la
Commission des transports routiers au 416-326-6732.
Jorgensen, Jennifer A. 47634
083020 Swamp Hollow Road, Hilliardton, ON P0J 1L0
For the transportation of passengers on a chartered trip from points in the
City of Temiskaming Shores, the Towns of Cobalt and Englehart, and the
Townships of Armstrong, Casey, Hilliard, and James.
PROVIDED THAT the licensee be restricted to the use of Class “D” public
vehicles as defined in paragraph (a) (iv) of subsection 1 of Section 7 of
Regulation 982 under the Public Vehicles Act, R.S.O. 1990, Chapter P.54.
Any interested person who has an economic interest in the outcome of
these applications may serve and file an objection within 29 days of this
publication. The objector shall:
1. complete a Notice of Objection Form,
2. serve the applicant with the objection,
3. file a copy of the objection and provide proof of service of the objection
on the applicant with the Board,
(148-G182)
Felix D’mello
Board Secretary/Secrétaire de la Commission
4. pay the appropriate fee.
Government Notices Respecting Corporations
Avis du gouvernement relatifs aux compagnies
Notice of Default in Complying
with the Corporations Tax Act
Avis de non-observation de la Loi sur
l’imposition des sociétés
Le ministre des Finances a informé le directeur que les sociétés suivantes
n’avaient pas respecté la Loi sur l’imposition des sociétés.
AVIS EST DONNÉ PAR LA PRÉSENTE que, conformément au
paragraphe 241(1) de la Loi sur les sociétés par actions, si les sociétés
citées ci-dessous ne se conforment pas aux prescriptions énoncées par
la Loi sur l’imposition des sociétés dans un délai de 90 jours suivant
la réception du présent avis, lesdites sociétés se verront dissoutes par
décision. Pour tout renseignement relatif au présent avis, veuillez vous
adresser à l’Imposition des sociétés, ministère des Finances, 33, rue King
ouest, Oshawa ON L1H 8H6.
The Director has been notified by the Minister of Finance that the
following corporations are in default in complying with the Corporations
Tax Act.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN under subsection 241(1) of the Business
Corporations Act, that unless the corporations listed hereunder comply
with the requirements of the Corporations Tax Act within 90 days of this
notice, orders will be made dissolving the defaulting corporations. All
enquiries concerning this notice are to be directed to Ministry of Finance,
Corporations Tax, 33 King Street West, Oshawa, Ontario L1H 8H6.
Name of Corporation:
Ontario Corporation Number
Dénomination sociale
Numéro de la
de la société :
société en Ontario
2015-04-25
ALCONA CAR CARE (2006) INC.
001733780
ANGELS N RAGS HOME CLEANING INC.
002154134
Published by Ministry of Government Services
Publié par le ministère des Services gouvernementaux
© Queen’s Printer for Ontario, 2015
© Imprimeur de la Reine pour l’Ontario, 2015
853
854
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
Name of Corporation:
Ontario Corporation Number
Dénomination sociale
Numéro de la
de la société :
société en Ontario
ANTRA CONTRACTING INC.
002119827
AVANTI MEDIA INTERNATIONAL INC.
001342155
A5DATA CORPORATION
001659907
BASEM & JOYCE INC.
001710453
BEAUTY BY US INC.
001557092
BEYOND BOARDOM INCORPORATED
001635569
BIG DADDYS MOVING & STORAGE INC.
002148440
BLACK ARGON INC.
002126179
C.H.E. EQUIPMENT INC.
001014721
CANADA CREDIT MANAGEMENT CORPORATION
(1989)
000834293
CASPIAN NATURAL PRODUCTS INC.
002105565
CONSULTING ETC. INC.
001228282
DBL ENTERPRISE LTD.
001660895
EASTERN NIAGARA MOTOR FREIGHT INC.
001137747
EDGEWATER SUPPORT SERVICES (CANADA) INC.
001533930
ENVIRIX INC.
001471554
ESP ALB INC.
001395878
FAT-TAIL TRADING SYSTEMS LIMITED
002070176
GEN INTEGRATED INC.
001725897
GLOBAL DREAMS INC.
002123789
GLOBALTECH ENTERPRISES INC.
001226449
GOLDEN SUN TANNING LTD.
001474622
GRABENHEIMER FIRE & SECURITY LTD.
001337293
GROUCHO KIOSKS INC.
001200228
HELPLITE DISTRIBUTION INC.
001279997
I&E MILLION TRADING CO. LIMITED
002149170
I-CON INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING LTD.
001722635
INTEGRIMET DETECTORS INC.
001093361
JACK BYERLAY SANDBLASTING LTD.
001243318
JANI-KING OF TORONTO, INC.
001159798
JAZZ’OO CAFE–VILLA ROYAL INC.
002139742
JEFFERSON INDUSTRIES (CHINA) LTD.
001274286
JORDAL HOMES LTD.
001262947
JUPITER CAFE AND SPORTS BAR INC.
002018086
KALLIAN & CO. INC.
001007073
L&P AUTOMOTIVE INC.
001573364
LUMIERE INC.
001558201
LUXURY STUDIOS INC.
001740387
MALONE CORPORATE SALES INC.
001754344
MARION DEVELOPMENT INC.
001367288
MARSHAYNA TRADING COMPANY INC.
001143238
MURRAY HADFIELD ENTERPRISES INC.
001317978
N-TEL COMMUNICATIONS INC.
001147657
ORION PSV INVESTMENTS INC.
001530509
PAPER STATION LTD.
001342248
PARNUSA ENTERPRISES INC.
001367897
PRELUDE GRAPHICS INC.
001158898
RELIABLE ACCOUNTAX INC.
001613880
RMDC ONTARIO INC.
002135610
RUTAMS ENTERPRISES INC.
001050585
SEE INVESTIGATIONS INC.
000803648
SKYWAY WHOLESALE GROCERS INC.
001540463
STEPHURGE HOLDINGS INC.
001569388
TALIC WOODWORK LTD.
000452223
THE COYABA GROUP LIMITED
002144434
THE MAR-TEX GROUP INC.
001475496
VIA NORTH CONSTRUCTION INC.
002160368
WWFC ONTARIO TRADING INC.
001597235
WXL FARM AND FOOD INC.
001634780
ZANDIGO INTERNATIONAL LTD.
002118673
1037433 ONTARIO INC.
001037433
1049017 ONTARIO INC.
001049017
1109068 ONTARIO LIMITED
001109068
1111262 ONTARIO LIMITED
001111262
1196282 ONTARIO LTD.
001196282
Name of Corporation:
Dénomination sociale
de la société :
1272479 ONTARIO INC.
1297026 ONTARIO INC.
1297056 ONTARIO INC.
1324520 ONTARIO INC.
1338542 ONTARIO LTD.
1348092 ONTARIO INC.
1371632 ONTARIO INC.
1398731 ONTARIO INC.
1404289 ONTARIO INC.
1407415 ONTARIO LIMITED
1432361 ONTARIO INC.
1474434 ONTARIO INC.
1536536 ONTARIO INC.
1543289 ONTARIO INC.
1551737 ONTARIO LIMITED
1609774 ONTARIO LIMITED
1621035 ONTARIO LTD.
1628659 ONTARIO LTD.
1635591 ONTARIO LTD.
1637670 ONTARIO INC.
1656324 ONTARIO LTD.
1657020 ONTARIO INC.
1666850 ONTARIO INC.
1676433 ONTARIO INC.
1676579 ONTARIO INC.
1699476 ONTARIO INC.
1706193 ONTARIO LTD.
1717252 ONTARIO INC.
1722828 ONTARIO INC.
1723319 ONTARIO INC.
1725184 ONTARIO INC.
1730395 ONTARIO INC.
1741879 ONTARIO INC.
1751564 ONTARIO INC.
2063679 ONTARIO INC.
2077237 ONTARIO INC.
2078055 ONTARIO LTD.
2080235 ONTARIO LTD.
2082212 ONTARIO INC.
2083284 ONTARIO INC.
2085408 ONTARIO LIMITED
2085839 ONTARIO INC.
2086221 ONTARIO INC.
2108548 ONTARIO INC.
2114014 ONTARIO LIMITED
2118938 ONTARIO INC.
2119422 ONTARIO INC.
429965 ONTARIO LIMITED
889228 ONTARIO LIMITED
911 CANADA INC.
922133 ONTARIO LIMITED
972545 ONTARIO LIMITED
994069 ONTARIO LTD.
(148-G183)
Ontario Corporation Number
Numéro de la
société en Ontario
001272479
001297026
001297056
001324520
001338542
001348092
001371632
001398731
001404289
001407415
001432361
001474434
001536536
001543289
001551737
001609774
001621035
001628659
001635591
001637670
001656324
001657020
001666850
001676433
001676579
001699476
001706193
001717252
001722828
001723319
001725184
001730395
001741879
001751564
002063679
002077237
002078055
002080235
002082212
002083284
002085408
002085839
002086221
002108548
002114014
002118938
002119422
000429965
000889228
001273408
000922133
000972545
000994069
William D. Snell
Director, Ministry of Government Services
Directeur, Ministère des Services
gouvernementaux
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO855
Cancellation of Certificate of Incorporation
(Corporations Tax Act Defaulters)
Annulation de certificat de
constitution (Non-observation de la
Loi sur l’imposition des sociétés)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, under subsection 241(4) of the
Business Corporations Act, the Certificate of Incorporation of the
corporations named hereunder have been cancelled by an Order for default
in complying with the provisions of the Corporations Tax Act, and the said
corporations have been dissolved on that date.
AVIS EST DONNÉ PAR LA PRÉSENTE que, conformément au
paragraphe 241(4) de la Loi sur les sociétés par actions, le certificat de
constitution de la société sous-nommé a été annulée par Ordre pour nonobservation des dispositions de la Loi sur l’imposition des sociétés et que
la dissolution de la société concernée prend effet à la date susmentionnée.
Name of Corporation:
Ontario Corporation Number
Dénomination sociale
Numéro de la
de la société :
société en Ontario
2015-03-30
AIRLYNX CORPORATION
001666150
APILUK AGENCY INC.
001720313
ARTISANS ONLINE BUSINESS SERVICES INC.
001701781
ASFS INTERACTIVE SOLUTIONS INC.
001376356
AVIVAWEB INC.
001650044
B.N. & D.D. INTERNATIONAL INC.
001015153
BEE INK LTD.
001167891
BEYOND CLEAN INC.
001023244
BFER IRON FABRICATION INC.
002087083
BIOJOTE CANADA INC.
002118010
BROWNLEE FLORISTS LIMITED
000998849
CANWICK ENTERPRISES INC.
001162494
CAS DESIGNLINK INC.
001270344
CELERITAS INC.
001716018
CONVERGENT BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC.
002140104
DEIRBROK SYSTEMS INC.
002085340
DERETECH INC.
002121772
DIALINK ELECTRONICS INC.
001053581
DIPPS ICE CREAM INC.
001471842
DIRECT FURNITURE WHOLESALERS LTD.
000767938
E.F.L. CONSULTANTS LTD.
000868217
EDEN PARK PRINTING LTD.
001113193
ENERGY SMART SOLUTIONS INC.
001704212
ENGINEERED CONCRETE SOLUTIONS INC.
001659445
FAIZ ENTERPRISES LIMITED
001211610
FINCAP MICROSYSTEMS LTD.
001200573
FREE SPIRIT PRODUCTION SERVICES INC.
001319916
GERVAIS LACROIX CO. LTD.
000337202
GUMSHOE & FLATFOOT INC.
000923524
GUNS & HOSES TRIM CARPENTRY LTD.
001394398
H & F HOLDCO INC.
002084882
H.S. ATWAL TRANSPORTATION INC.
002099708
HANDY KIM & COMPANY INC.
001670306
HUNTINGWOOD SUITES INC.
002141970
I.V. CROWN JOB PLACEMENT SERVICES INC.
002127408
IAN ALTER + ASSOCIATES INC
000893332
IN TOUCH MEDIA GROUP INC.
001738208
INTEGRITY DESIGN BUILD, INC.
002108617
KCAP MASONRY INC.
001435361
KEDARI FINANCIAL CORPORATION
001141790
KPENC CORPORATION
002132322
MARTIN AND DIAZ ENTERPRISES INC.
001054757
METAHEALTH INC.
002040166
MUSICAL SCRIBE INC.
001626898
NATIONAL ATM SERVICES INC.
001725001
NIMROD CONSULTING LIMITED
000464461
Name of Corporation:
Ontario Corporation Number
Dénomination sociale
Numéro de la
de la société :
société en Ontario
NORTH HILL CARS INC.
002088498
ODEE BIBS LTD.
002133302
OSTACO PATIO DOORS LTD.
000733927
OVER THE MOON INC.
001608358
PAT’S BODY & PAINT INC.
002122691
PEACE ISLAND LODGE LTD.
001360528
PRINTWORKS INC.
001077697
PRODIGY TOOL & MFG. INC.
001430689
QAS INC.
001275659
RC AMUSEMENTS LTD.
000986600
ROBINSON MEDIAMIX HOLDINGS INC.
001273159
S.R.B. FOOD ENTERPRISES LTD.
001031352
SARANI GROUP INC.
002155586
SHIRLEY REDMOND ENTERPRISES INC.
001206668
SKYWAY PAPER CONVERTING MILLS CORPORATION 001156590
SONESCO INC.
001367784
SUNSPLASH TANNING SALONS INC.
000860857
T.B.M. JANITORIAL LIMITED
002048655
TECHNOLOGY R&D LTD.
001161719
TEJANI CONSULTING INC.
002135137
THE DEAN’S LIST INC.
001056609
THE DIGITAL COMPANY INC.
001370389
THORCO COMPUTING SOLUTIONS INC.
001592883
TRANSACTION TRANSMISSIONS LTD
000824737
TURGAL HOMES INC.
001028528
VERISOURCE SOLUTIONS INC.
002069203
1040021 ONTARIO LIMITED
001040021
1049269 ONTARIO LTD.
001049269
1054897 ONTARIO INC.
001054897
1056537 ONTARIO LIMITED
001056537
1068184 ONTARIO INC.
001068184
1077485 ONTARIO LIMITED
001077485
1106941 ONTARIO INC.
001106941
1140344 ONTARIO INC.
001140344
1160672 ONTARIO LIMITED
001160672
1163132 ONTARIO LIMITED
001163132
1192934 ONTARIO INC.
001192934
1198744 ONTARIO LTD.
001198744
1210061 ONTARIO LIMITED
001210061
1232881 ONTARIO LTD.
001232881
1236259 ONTARIO INC.
001236259
1331727 ONTARIO LIMITED
001331727
1366957 ONTARIO LIMITED
001366957
1382346 ONTARIO INC.
001382346
1384956 ONTARIO INC.
001384956
1390818 ONTARIO CORPORATION
001390818
1394465 ONTARIO INC.
001394465
1425748 ONTARIO INC.
001425748
1467662 ONTARIO INC.
001467662
1520092 ONTARIO INC.
001520092
1521231 ONTARIO INC.
001521231
1553466 ONTARIO INC.
001553466
1561840 ONTARIO INC.
001561840
1605561 ONTARIO INC.
001605561
1620117 ONTARIO INC.
001620117
1653708 ONTARIO INC.
001653708
1700271 ONTARIO INC.
001700271
1705671 ONTARIO LIMITED
001705671
1710355 ONTARIO LTD.
001710355
1713689 ONTARIO INC.
001713689
1724494 ONTARIO INC.
001724494
2111784 ONTARIO INC.
002111784
2115339 ONTARIO INC.
002115339
2127647 ONTARIO INC.
002127647
2131328 ONTARIO INC.
002131328
2132010 ONTARIO INC.
002132010
856
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
Name of Corporation:
Dénomination sociale
de la société :
2133629 ONTARIO INC.
2135451 ONTARIO LTD.
346884 ONTARIO INC.
845905 ONTARIO LIMITED
887421 ONTARIO LTD.
(148-G184)
Ontario Corporation Number
Numéro de la
société en Ontario
002133629
002135451
000346884
000845905
000887421
William D. Snell
Director, Ministry of Government Services
Directeur, Ministère des Services
gouvernementaux
Certificate of Dissolution
Certificat de dissolution
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a certificate of dissolution under the
Business Corporations Act, has been endorsed. The effective date of
dissolution precedes the corporation listings.
AVIS EST DONNÉ PAR LA PRÉSENTE que, conformément à la Loi
sur les sociétés par actions, un certificat de dissolution a été inscrit pour
les compagnies suivantes : la date d’entrée en vigueur précède la liste des
compagnies visées.
Name of Corporation:
Ontario Corporation Number
Dénomination sociale
Numéro de la
de la société :
société en Ontario
2015-03-11
BEAVER CREEK ELECTRONICS INC.
000803712
BOREALISCAPE INCORPORATED
001188473
CALAUTTI INNOVATIONS INC.
001793902
CRUDEN AUTO INC.
002295840
DOMCON TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT INC
000746030
DOUCET INSURANCE ADJUSTERS LIMITED
000209299
FAR-IND LIMITED
000418645
J.W. ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCIES INC.
000715402
MOYER & ASSOCIATES INC.
002030135
MURAD CONSULTANTS INC.
001316282
PERFUMES DISTRIBUTION LTD.
002346297
SIPS & SUDS LAUNDROMAT CAFE INC.
001635484
STARBANK CONVENIENCE (STOCKYARD) INC.
002026975
TAX PARTNERS (2001) INC.
001507464
TOP CHOICE TECHNOLOGY INC.
002231184
YOUNG SHEET METAL INC.
001850890
1169205 ONTARIO LIMITED
001169205
1213832 ONTARIO INC.
001213832
1323808 ONTARIO LTD.
001323808
1377049 ONTARIO INC.
001377049
1651042 ONTARIO INC.
001651042
2298468 ONTARIO INC.
002298468
2309907 ONTARIO INC.
002309907
649694 ONTARIO INC.
000649694
681775 ONTARIO INC.
000681775
991786 ONTARIO INC.
000991786
2015-03-12
2401064 ONTARIO INC.
002401064
2015-03-13
779389 ONTARIO LIMITED
000779389
2015-03-18
BANCMOR FINANCIAL CORPORATION
002020820
2015-03-23
POWDER PLUS LTD.
001640575
WEBER WIND FARM INC.
002221722
1763382 ONTARIO INCORPORATED
001763382
2015-03-25
G.A. PACKMAN & ASSOCIATES INC.
001514684
Name of Corporation:
Ontario Corporation Number
Dénomination sociale
Numéro de la
de la société :
société en Ontario
2015-03-26
ROLAND CONSULTING INC.
001199549
2015-03-27
2260269 ONTARIO INC.
002260269
2015-03-30
MASRI ENTERPRISES INC.
001356061
2015-03-31
BELLO BOX INC.
000318308
EMI & FAMILY CORP.
001877435
HUNTER SEDORE LOGISTICS LIMITED
002359159
JASIRI INC.
002273166
LEISURE COURT LIMITED
001773683
NOVA GOLDSMITHS INC.
000443076
1027215 ONTARIO INC.
001027215
1336467 ONTARIO LIMITED
001336467
1503879 ONTARIO INC.
001503879
1924210 ONTARIO INC.
001924210
2015044 ONTARIO INC.
002015044
307482 ONTARIO LIMITED
000307482
2015-04-01
AKTS PROPERTIES INC.
002073086
BARRICK DISTRIBUTION LIMITED
000746151
CLEARWATER FILTERS INC.
002197021
COLOSIMO MUSIC STORES & STUDIOS INC.
000264238
CONSOLIDATED PLACER RESOURCES INC.
002172897
DJPL HOLDINGS INC.
001178882
EAST SIDE PORONTO CORPORATION
001714035
EDGESTONE BLOCKER CORP.
001687229
EDGESTONE/IPE FUND CORP.
001701044
EULIAX INC.
002212489
FIDUCIARY ACCOUNTING & INNOVATIVE TAX
SOLUTIONS INC.
002167158
JAY SONS INC.
000128782
JNS FINANCIAL SERVICES INC.
001303096
LMN AUTO CANADA INC.
002198837
M J MASRI AND ASSOCIATES LTD.
002130999
M. B. PLUMPTON INSURANCE CONSULTING INC.
001769016
MARAVOX SOLUTIONS INC.
002201047
ONYX SOFTWARE CANADA CORPORATION
001179691
OVERVIEW INVESTMENTS LTD.
000552034
TOTAL SERVICE CONCEPT INC.
002313889
1259710 ONTARIO INC.
001259710
1459724 ONTARIO LTD.
001459724
1737014 ONTARIO LTD.
001737014
2067595 ONTARIO INC.
002067595
2114702 ONTARIO INC.
002114702
2344762 ONTARIO INC.
002344762
2360727 ONTARIO INC.
002360727
2441854 ONTARIO INC.
002441854
2015-04-02
AMTTA STUCCO LIMITED
001720445
ASANO CANADA LTD.
002149925
BAO TANG CHINESE TRADITIONAL HEALTH CENTRE
LTD.
001735031
CENTRIC CONSULTING INC.
001639268
COMMERCIAL RELAY SERVICE INC.
001155916
KAMANUJ MANAGEMENT LIMITED
000306458
MANNINGTON COMMERCIAL FLOORING SERVICES
INC.
001487151
MILITARY TRAIL POINTE DEVELOPMENTS INC.
002034344
SAFETY SOLUTIONS ONTARIO INC.
001795627
SHARAFI EXCHANGE INC.
001909832
STARE EYEWEAR INC.
000804204
WILSONART COMMERCIAL FLOORING SYSTEMS
INC.
001415826
YAK CANADA COMMUNICATIONS CORP.
002103112
1644339 ONTARIO INC.
001644339
1901372 ONTARIO INC.
001901372
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
Name of Corporation:
Ontario Corporation Number
Dénomination sociale
Numéro de la
de la société :
société en Ontario
2065433 ONTARIO INC.
002065433
2298508 ONTARIO LIMITED
002298508
2332174 ONTARIO INC.
002332174
2342101 ONTARIO INC.
002342101
2015-04-07
BRAMPORT SHOPPING CENTRES LIMITED
001228415
BROCKVILLE DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED
001653540
CAPRICORN DEE INC.
001319953
CARVIN BUILDING SERVICES INC.
001028865
CENTRES COMMERCIAUX FIRST KIRKLAND (II)
LIMITEE/FIRST KIRKLAND SHOPPING CENTRES (II)
LIMITED
002122402
FIRST MIDLAND SHOPPING CENTRES LIMITED
002011116
FIRST ST. JOHN’S II DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED
002076215
FIRST WARDEN SHOPPING CENTRES LIMITED
001282201
FIRSTCLASS VANLINE INC.
002402795
FROZEN NORTH PRODUCTIONS INC.
001709563
J.W. FREEMAN & ASSOCIATES INC.
001262189
JACK HAMILTON AGENCIES LTD.
001711186
PNINA CONSTRUCTION LIMITED
000145851
SOUTH KEYS HOLDINGS INC.
002045651
SUITEQ INC.
002257087
TEN SUSSEX HOLDINGS INC.
001429093
THE FRANCHISE COACH INC.
002249360
THE FUTURE OF WORK INC.
002043100
THE SERVICE EXCELLENCE GROUP INC.
000700618
W+M LANGUAGES INC.
002279850
YUEH & ASSOCIATES INC.
000889583
1103851 ONTARIO LIMITED
001103851
1232478 ONTARIO LIMITED
001232478
1445803 ONTARIO INC.
001445803
1624830 ONTARIO INC.
001624830
1628967 ONTARIO INC.
001628967
1903440 ONTARIO INC.
001903440
2124690 ONTARIO LIMITED
002124690
2137031 ONTARIO INC.
002137031
2170545 ONTARIO INC.
002170545
2270395 ONTARIO INC.
002270395
2309876 ONTARIO CORP.
002309876
2443245 ONTARIO LTD.
002443245
401 AUTO GLASS INC.
001831503
2015-04-08
B. ROGER PICKARD SURVEYING LTD.
000995590
BALLAST HEALTHCARE GP (CANADA) LTD.
002373507
BUNNI SERVICES INC.
002220049
E.M. MANAGEMENT LIMITED
001617724
MALTON EMPLOYMENT SERVICES INC.
002216971
MOTION CONTROL GROUP INC.
001137334
SEVEN-E GALLERY INC.
001095031
TOTALLY AWESOME EVENTS LTD.
002340341
TREES INTERNATIONAL INC.
001473892
TRIACE ENTERPRISES INC.
001209939
1020822 ONTARIO LTD.
001020822
1559773 ONTARIO INC.
001559773
1563605 ONTARIO INC.
001563605
1587345 ONTARIO INC.
001587345
1795449 ONTARIO LTD.
001795449
2158706 ONTARIO INCORPORATED
002158706
2287938 ONTARIO INC.
002287938
2289577 ONTARIO INC.
002289577
2410664 ONTARIO INC.
002410664
898894 ONTARIO INC.
000898894
2015-04-09
VIP LIMOUSINE SERVICE INC.
002223955
1265018 ONTARIO INC.
001265018
1401700 ONTARIO INC.
001401700
1534798 ONTARIO LIMITED
001534798
1780668 ONTARIO INC.
001780668
Name of Corporation:
Dénomination sociale
de la société :
1797339 ONTARIO INC.
2005460 ONTARIO INC.
(148-G185)
857
Ontario Corporation Number
Numéro de la
société en Ontario
001797339
002005460
William D. Snell
Director, Ministry of Government Services
Directeur, Ministère des Services
gouvernementaux
Cancellation for Filing Default
(Corporations Act)
Annulation pour omission de se
conformer à une obligation de dépôt
(Loi sur les personnes morales)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that orders under Section 317(9) of the
Corporations Act have been made cancelling the Letters Patent of the
following corporations and declaring them to be dissolved. The date of the
order of dissolution precedes the name of the corporation.
AVIS EST DONNÉ PAR LA PRÉSENTE que, les décrets émis en vertu
de l’article 317 (9) de la Loi sur les personnes morales ont été émis
pour annuler les lettres patentes des personnes morales suivantes et les
déclarer dissoutes. La date du décret de la dissolution précède le nom de la
personne morale.
Name of Corporation:
Ontario Corporation Number
Dénomination sociale
Numéro de la
de la société :
société en Ontario
2015-04-14
DURHAM WEST GIRLS’ HOCKEY ASSOCIATION INC.
1049938
THE ARCHERS OF CALEDON
127078
(148-G186)
William D. Snell
Director/Directeur
Ontario Securities Commission
OSC RULE 13-502 FEES AND OSC RULE 13-503
(COMMODITY FUTURES ACT) FEES
On April 6, 2015, the revocation and replacement of OSC Rule 13-502
Fees and OSC Rule 13-502 (Commodity Futures Act) Fees (the “Fee
Rules”), which had been approved by the Minister of Finance on March
19, 2015, came into force. The Fee Rules make adjustments to the fees
payable by market participants in connection with the administration of the
Securities Act and the Commodities Futures Act.
The full text of the rule is available in the Ontario Securities Commission’s
Bulletin at 2015 38 OSCB 3637 and on the Commission’s website at http://
www.osc.gov.on.ca/en/SecuritiesLaw_irps_index.htm.
(148-G187)
858
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
Ontario Energy Board
Final Amendments to the Distribution System Code
Note: The text of the final amendments is set out in italics below, for ease of identification only.
1. Section 1.7 of the DSC is amended to add the following at the end of the section:
Section 2.6.1A comes into force on December 31, 2016.
2.
Section 2.4.6 of the Distribution System Code is amended by adding the following at the end of the list of items:
•
The business practices the distributor uses to estimate bills where no metered consumption is available.
3. Section 2.6 of the Distribution System Code is amended by adding the following immediately after section 2.6.1:
2.6.1A A distributor shall issue a bill to each non-seasonal residential customer and each general service < 50kW customer on a monthly basis.
4. Section 2.10 will be added to the DSC immediately after section 2.9:
5.
2.10
Estimated Billing
2.10.1
Where a smart meter or interval meter has been installed, a distributor shall issue a bill to a residential or general service < 50 kW customer
based on an actual meter read.
2.10.2
Despite 2.10.1, to account for exceptional circumstances, a distributor may issue a bill to a residential or general service < 50kW customer
with a smart meter or interval meter based on estimated consumption twice every 12 months.
Section 4.2 of the Distribution System Code is amended by adding the following immediately after section 4.2.6:
4.2.7 A distributor shall not disconnect a residential or general service < 50 kW customer with a smart meter or interval meter based solely on an
estimated bill.
6. Section 7.1 of the Distribution System Code is amended by adding the following definition immediately before the definition of “answered”:
“accurate bill” means a bill that contains correct customer information, correct meter readings, and correct rates that result in an accurately calculated bill.
7.
Section 7 of the Distribution System Code is amended by adding the following section immediately after section 7.10.2:
7.11 Billing Accuracy
7.11.1 A distributor must issue an accurate bill to each of its customers.
7.11.2
This service quality requirement must be met at least 98 percent of the time on a yearly basis.
7.11.3 A distributor should not include customer accounts that are unmetered accounts (e.g. street lighting and unmetered scattered loads) or power
generation accounts when calculating the percentage of accurate bills.
7.11.4
The percentage of bills accurately issued shall be calculated by subtracting the number of inaccurate bills issued for the year from the total
number of bills issued for the year and dividing that number by the total number of bills issued for the year.
7.11.5
The total number of bills issued for the year includes original and reissued bills.
7.11.6
Accurate bills that need to be cancelled in order to correct another bill shall not be included in the calculation of billing accuracy measure.
7.11.7
A bill is considered inaccurate if:
(a) the bill does not meet the definition of an accurate bill set out in section 7.1;
(b) the bill has been issued to the customer and subsequently cancelled due to a billing error; or
(c) there has been a billing adjustment in a subsequent bill as a result of a previous billing error.
(148-G188)
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
Applications to Provincial
Parliament — Private Bills
Demandes au Parlement provincial —
Projets de loi d’intérêt privé
PUBLIC NOTICE
The rules of procedure and the fees and costs related to applications
for Private Bills are set out in the Standing Orders of the Legislative
Assembly's Internet site at http://www.ontla.on.ca or from:
Procedural Services Branch
Room 1405, Whitney Block, Queen's Park
Toronto, Ontario M7A 1A2
Telephone: 416/325-3500 (Collect calls will be accepted)
Applicants should note that consideration of applications for Private Bills
that are received after the first day of September in any calendar year may be
postponed until the first regular Session in the next following calendar year.
(8699) T.F.N
Corporation Notices
Avis relatifs aux compagnies
2460802 ONTARIO INC.
NOTICE OF VOLUNTARY WIND-UP AND APPROVAL OF
LIQUIDATORS’ REPORT
TAKE NOTICE that the shareholder of 2460802 Ontario Inc. at a special
meeting duly called for the purpose and held on the 8th day of April, 2015,
passed a special resolution requiring the said Corporation to be wound
up voluntarily under the provisions of the Business Corporation Act and
appointing Scott Clark of the City of Toronto, in the Province of Ontario,
as liquidator.
And TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a report of the liquidator of the
Corporation was made to the shareholders on April 8, 2015 and approved.
DATED at the City of Toronto, this 14th day of April, 2015
Deborah Deller,
Clerk of the Legislative Assembly.
(148-P114)
Applications to Provincial Parliament
Demandes au Parlement provincial
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on behalf of 1064514 Ontario Inc.
application will be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of
Ontario for an Act to revive 1064514 Ontario Inc.
The application will be considered by the Standing Committee on
Regulations and Private Bills. Any person who has an interest in the
application and who wishes to make submissions, for or against the
application, to the Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills
should notify, in writing, the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, Legislative
Building, Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario. M7A 1A2.
Dated at Toronto, Ontario this 23rd day of March, 2015.
Signing on behalf of 1064514 Ontario Inc,
R. Moore
(Applicant)
(148-P100) 14, 15, 16, 17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on behalf of James Scott application
will be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario for an
Act to revive The Gage Research Institute.
The application will be considered by the Standing Committee on
Regulations and Private Bills. Any person who has an interest in the
application and who wishes to make submissions, for or against the
application, to the Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills
should notify, in writing, the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, Legislative
Building, Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario, M7A lA2.
Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of April 2015
James Scott
(Applicant)
(148-P110) 16, 17, 18, 19
859
Campbell Bader LLP
Barristers and Solicitors
2624 Dunwin Drive, Unit 1
Mississauga, Ontario L5L 3T5
Sheriff’s Sale of Lands
Ventes de terrains par le shérif
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out of
Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Milton dated January 20, 2004, Court
File No.4265/03, to me directed, against the real and personal property of
MANJINDER UPPAL, Defendant, at the suit of CANADIAN IMPERIAL
BANK OF COMMERCE, I have seized and taken in execution all the
right, title, interest and equity of redemption of MANJINDER UPPAL,
Defendant in and to:
ALL AND SINGULAR, that certain parcel or tract of land and premises
situated, being Unit 1, Level 4, Metro Toronto Condominium Plan No.
1014 and its appurtenant interest, the description of the condominium
property is; Pt Lot 34 Con 3 FTH City of Etobicoke Pt 1, 66R16133,
Parcel 34-4 Section E-24, City of Toronto and more on AT410514, Known
as 6 HUMBERLINE DRIVE, APT. 401, TORONTO, ONTARIO
M9W 6X8.
ALL OF WHICH said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of
MANJINDER UPPAL, Defendant, in the said lands and tenements
described above, I shall offer for sale by Public Auction subject to the
conditions set out below at, 393 University Avenue, 19th Floor, Toronto,
Ontario, on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 11:00a.m. (Registration 9:00
a.m.-10:30 a.m.)
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
TERMS:
$2,000.00 certified cheque or cash upon bidder registration
Deposit 10% of bid price or $2,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at 393 University Ave. 19th Floor, Toronto,
Ontario
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Sheriff of City of Toronto
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price
Other conditions as announced
860
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Date: April 7, 2015
Joseph P. Van Tassel
Sheriff
393 University Avenue, 19th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1E6
416-327-5685
(148-P115)
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out
of Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Newmarket dated November 7,
2012, Court File No.CV11-107323-SR, to me directed, against the
real and personal property of MIN HOI YAU, Defendant, at the suit of
CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE, I have seized and
taken in execution all the right, title, interest and equity of redemption of
MIN HOI YAU, Defendant in and to:
ALL AND SINGULAR, that certain parcel or tract of land and premises
situated, being LT 63 PL 7257 NORTH YORK; S/T NY450241; S/T
EXECUTION 93-009991, IF ENFORCEABLE; TORONTO (N YORK),
CITY OF TORONTO, Known as 21 ZIRCON COURT, TORONTO,
ONTARIO M2H 1Z8.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out of
Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Toronto dated January 23, 2013, Court
File No.05CV-302078PD1, to me directed, against the real and personal
property of NORMA RAMOS CARLOS, Defendant, at the suit of
JESUS M. CARLOS, I have seized and taken in execution all the right,
title, interest and equity of redemption of NORMA RAMOS CARLOS,
Defendant in and to:
ALL AND SINGULAR, that certain parcel or tract of land and premises
situated, being Unit 1, Level 1, in the register for York Condominium
Corporation Plan No. 289, City of Scarborough, Municipality of
Metropolitan Toronto together with its appurtenant common interest,
Known as 4091 SHEPPARD AVENUE EAST, SUITE #101,
TORONTO, ONTARIO M1S 3H2.
ALL OF WHICH said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of
NORMA RAMOS CARLOS, Defendant, in the said lands and tenements
described above, I shall offer for sale by Public Auction subject to the
conditions set out below at, 393 University Avenue, 19th Floor, Toronto,
Ontario, on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 11:00a.m. (Registration 9:00
a.m.-10:30 a.m.)
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
TERMS:
ALL OF WHICH said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of
MIN HOI YAU, Defendant, in the said lands and tenements described
above, I shall offer for sale by Public Auction subject to the conditions set
out below at, 393 University Avenue, 19th Floor, Toronto, Ontario, on
Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 11:00a.m. (Registration 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m.)
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
TERMS:
$2,000.00 certified cheque or cash upon bidder registration
Deposit 10% of bid price or $2,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at 393 University Ave. 19th Floor, Toronto,
Ontario
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Sheriff of City of Toronto
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price
Other conditions as announced
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Date: April 7, 2015
Joseph P. Van Tassel
Sheriff
393 University Avenue, 19th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1E6
416-327-5685
(148-P116)
$2,000.00 certified cheque or cash upon bidder registration
Deposit 10% of bid price or $2,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at 393 University Ave. 19th Floor, Toronto,
Ontario
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Sheriff of City of Toronto
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price
Other conditions as announced
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Date: April 7, 2015
Joseph P. Van Tassel
Sheriff
393 University Avenue, 19th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1E6
416-327-5685
(148-P117)
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out of
Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Toronto dated May 29, 2014, Court File
No.CV-14-501624, to me directed, against the real and personal property
of SABITRI BHOWMIK and CHITTA BHOWMIK, Defendants,
at the suit of ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, I have seized and taken in
execution all the right, title, interest and equity of redemption of SABITRI
BHOWMIK and CHITTA BHOWMIK, Defendants in and to:
ALL AND SINGULAR, that certain parcel or tract of land and premises
situated, being PT LT 14 PL 1909 SCARBOROUGH PT 1 64R12576;
TORONTO, CITY OF TORONTO, Known as 52 AGINCOURT DRIVE,
TORONTO, ONTARIO M1S 1M3.
ALL OF WHICH said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of
SABITRI BHOWMIK and CHITTA BHOWMIK, Defendants, in the
said lands and tenements described above, I shall offer for sale by Public
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
Auction subject to the conditions set out below at, 393 University Avenue,
19th Floor, Toronto, Ontario, on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 11:00a.m.
(Registration 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m.)
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
TERMS:
$2,000.00 certified cheque or cash upon bidder registration
Deposit 10% of bid price or $2,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at 393 University Ave. 19th Floor, Toronto,
Ontario
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Sheriff of City of Toronto
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price
Other conditions as announced
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Date: April 7, 2015
Joseph P. Van Tassel
Sheriff
393 University Avenue, 19th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1E6
416-327-5685
(148-P118)
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out of
Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Toronto dated June 26, 2014, Court File
No.SC13-00025774-0000, to me directed, against the real and personal
property of DONALD BARRY GORDON, Defendant, at the suit of
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, I have seized and taken in execution all
the right, title, interest and equity of redemption of DONALD BARRY
GORDON, Defendant in and to:
ALL AND SINGULAR, that certain parcel or tract of land and premises
situated, being Lot 24, Plan 4337, Subject to Instrument No. EB12368OE
formerly in the City of Etobicoke now City of Toronto, The Land Titles
Division of the Toronto Land Registry Office (No.66), Known as 30
CASTLEBAR ROAD, TORONTO, ONTARIO M8Z 2J5.
ALL OF WHICH said right, title, interest and equity of redemption
of DONALD BARRY GORDON, Defendant, in the said lands and
tenements described above, I shall offer for sale by Public Auction subject
to the conditions set out below at, 393 University Avenue, 19th Floor,
Toronto, Ontario, on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 11:00a.m. (Registration
9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m.)
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
TERMS:
$2,000.00 certified cheque or cash upon bidder registration
Deposit 10% of bid price or $2,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
861
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at 393 University Ave. 19th Floor, Toronto,
Ontario
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Sheriff of City of Toronto
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price
Other conditions as announced
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Date: April 10, 2015
Joseph P. Van Tassel
Sheriff
393 University Avenue, 19th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1E6
416-327-5685
(148-P119)
File No. 12-3735
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out of
the Superior Court of Justice at Newmarket Court, Ontario, to me directed,
against the real and personal property of Nadia Ann Kadir, Defendant, at
the suit of Bruno De Stefano and Umilina De Stefano, Plaintiffs, I have
seized and taken in execution all the right, title, interest and equity of
redemption of Nadia Ann Kadir, in and to: 25 Royal Palm Drive, Brampton
ON, L6Z 1P1
All of which said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of Nadia
Ann Kadir, defendant in the said lands and tenements described above,
I shall offer for sale by Public Auction subject to the conditions set out
below at, 7765 Hurontario Street, in Brampton on Monday, May 25, 2015,
at 10:00 o’clock in the morning.
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes, and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
TERMS:
Deposit 10% of bid price or $1,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at Enforcement Office, 7755 Hurontario
Street, Brampton Ontario.
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Minister of Finance.
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price.
Other conditions as announced.
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a Sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Date: April 8, 2015
Josie Eusepio
Sheriff,
Brampton, ON
905-456-4700 Ext 5443
(148-P120)
862
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
File No. 14-2597
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out of
the Superior Court of Justice at Brampton Court, Ontario, to me directed,
against the real and personal property of John Erick Jensen aka John Eric
Jensen aka John Jensen aka Erick Jensen aka John E. Jensen aka John
Erick Jenson aka John Jenson aka Erick Jenson, Defendant, at the suit of
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Plaintiff, I have seized and taken
in execution all the right, title, interest and equity of redemption of John
Erick Jensen aka John Eric Jensen aka John Jensen aka Erick Jensen aka
John E. Jensen aka John Erick Jenson aka John Jenson aka Erick Jenson, in
and to: 3123 Purnell Court, Mississauga ON, L4T 2J7
All of which said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of John
Erick Jensen aka John Eric Jensen aka John Jensen aka Erick Jensen aka
John E. Jensen aka John Erick Jenson aka John Jenson aka Erick Jenson,
defendant in the said lands and tenements described above, I shall offer
for sale by Public Auction subject to the conditions set out below at,
7765 Hurontario Street, in Brampton on Monday, May 25, 2015, at 10:00
o’clock in the morning.
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes, and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
TERMS:
Deposit 10% of bid price or $1,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at Enforcement Office, 7755 Hurontario
Street, Brampton Ontario.
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Minister of Finance.
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price.
Other conditions as announced.
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a Sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Date: April 8, 2015
Josie Eusepio
Sheriff,
Brampton, ON
905-456-4700 Ext 5443
(148-P121)
File No. 14-1626
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out of
the Superior Court of Justice at Brampton Small Claims Court, Ontario,
to me directed, against the real and personal property of Paula Hare aka
Paula Seleena Hare aka Paula Selena Hare, Defendant, at the suit of Bank
of Montreal, Plaintiff, I have seized and taken in execution all the right,
title, interest and equity of redemption of Paula Hare aka Paula Seleena
Hare aka Paula Selena Hare, in and to: 68 Wellington St East, Brampton
ON, L6W 1Y5
All of which said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of Paula
Hare aka Paula Seleena Hare aka Paula Selena Hare, defendant in the
said lands and tenements described above, I shall offer for sale by Public
Auction subject to the conditions set out below at, 7765 Hurontario Street,
in Brampton on Monday, May 25, 2015, at 10:00 o’clock in the morning.
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes, and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
TERMS:
Deposit 10% of bid price or $1,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at Enforcement Office, 7755 Hurontario
Street, Brampton Ontario.
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Minister of Finance.
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price.
Other conditions as announced.
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a Sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Date: April 8, 2015
Josie Eusepio
Sheriff,
Brampton, ON
905-456-4700 Ext 5443
(148-P122)
File No. 14-3011
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out of
the Superior Court of Justice at Brampton Court, Ontario, to me directed,
against the real and personal property of Mohamad Hamcho aka Mohamad
Hamsho, Defendant, at the suit of Ebla Trade Inc. Plaintiff, I have seized
and taken in execution all the right, title, interest and equity of redemption
of Mohamad Hamcho aka Mohamad Hamsho, in and to: 5477 Durie Road,
Mississauga ON, L5M 4S5
All of which said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of
Mohamad Hamcho aka Mohamad Hamsho defendant in the said lands and
tenements described above, I shall offer for sale by Public Auction subject
to the conditions set out below at, 7765 Hurontario Street, in Brampton on
Monday, May 25, 2015, at 10:00 o’clock in the morning.
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes, and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
TERMS:
Deposit 10% of bid price or $1,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at Enforcement Office, 7755 Hurontario
Street, Brampton Ontario.
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Minister of Finance.
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price.
Other conditions as announced.
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a Sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Date: April 8, 2015
Josie Eusepio
Sheriff,
Brampton, ON
905-456-4700 Ext 5443
(148-P123)
All of which said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of Dave
Ravindra aka Ravindra Dave aka Ravi Dave, defendant in the said lands
and tenements described above, I shall offer for sale by Public Auction
subject to the conditions set out below at, 7765 Hurontario Street, in
Brampton on Monday, May 25, 2015, at 10:00 o’clock in the morning.
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes, and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
TERMS:
File No. 14-3406
863
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued
out of the Superior Court of Justice at Brampton Court, Ontario, to me
directed, against the real and personal property of Dave Chandramattie
aka Chandramattie Dave aka Rita Dave, Defendant, at the suit of Linda
Rosita Stark, Plaintiff, I have seized and taken in execution all the right,
title, interest and equity of redemption of Dave Chandramattie aka
Chandramattie Dave aka Rita Dave, in and to: 831 Clemens Crescent,
Mississauga ON, L5V 2S8.
Deposit 10% of bid price or $1,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at Enforcement Office, 7755 Hurontario
Street, Brampton Ontario.
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Minister of Finance.
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price.
Other conditions as announced.
All of which said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of Dave
Chandramattie aka Chandramattie Dave aka Rita Dave, defendant in the
said lands and tenements described above, I shall offer for sale by Public
Auction subject to the conditions set out below at, 7765 Hurontario Street,
in Brampton on Monday, May 25, 2015, at 10:00 o’clock in the morning.
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes, and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
Date: April 8, 2015
TERMS:
Deposit 10% of bid price or $1,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at Enforcement Office, 7755 Hurontario
Street, Brampton Ontario.
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Minister of Finance.
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price.
Other conditions as announced.
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a Sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Date: April 8, 2015
Josie Eusepio
Sheriff,
Brampton, ON
905-456-4700 Ext 5443
(148-P124)
File No. 14-3408
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out of
the Superior Court of Justice at Brampton Court, Ontario, to me directed,
against the real and personal property of Dave Ravindra aka Ravindra
Dave aka Ravi Dave, Defendant, at the suit of Nicholas Stark, Plaintiff, I
have seized and taken in execution all the right, title, interest and equity of
redemption of Dave Ravindra aka Ravindra Dave aka Ravi Dave, in and
to: 688 Winterton Way, Mississauga ON, L5R3H7.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a Sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Josie Eusepio
Sheriff,
Brampton, ON
905-456-4700 Ext 5443
(148-P125)
File No. 14-2236
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out of
the Superior Court of Justice at Toronto Court, Ontario, to me directed,
against the real and personal property of Guido Campopiano, Defendant,
at the suit of The Toronto-Dominion Bank, Plaintiff, I have seized and
taken in execution all the right, title, interest and equity of redemption of
Guido Campopiano, in and to: 56 Sheardown Trail, Bolton ON, L7E2B6
All of which said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of Guido
Campopiano, defendant in the said lands and tenements described above,
I shall offer for sale by Public Auction subject to the conditions set out
below at, 7765 Hurontario Street, in Brampton on Monday, May 25, 2015,
at 10:00 o’clock in the morning.
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes, and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
TERMS:
Deposit 10% of bid price or $1,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at Enforcement Office, 7755 Hurontario
Street, Brampton Ontario.
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Minister of Finance.
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price.
Other conditions as announced.
864
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a Sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Sale of Land for Tax Arrears
By Public Tender
Ventes de terrains par appel d'offres
pour arriéré d'impôt
Date: April 8, 2015
MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001
Josie Eusepio
Sheriff,
Brampton, ON
905-456-4700 Ext 5443
(148-P126)
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF a Writ of Seizure and Sale issued out of
the Superior Court of Justice at Milton Court, Ontario, to me directed,
against the real and personal property of Alexander Burgesson, Defendant,
at the suit of Royal Bank of Canada, Plaintiff, I have seized and taken in
execution all the right, title, interest and equity of redemption of Alexander
Burgesson, in and to: 10 Wayne Nicol Drive, Unit 13, Brampton ON, L6X
4H8
All of which said right, title, interest and equity of redemption of
Alexander Burgesson, defendant in the said lands and tenements described
above, I shall offer for sale by Public Auction subject to the conditions set
out below at, 7765 Hurontario Street, in Brampton on Monday, May 25,
2015, at 10:00 o’clock in the morning.
CONDITIONS:
The purchaser to assume responsibility for all mortgages, charges, liens,
outstanding taxes, and other encumbrances. No representation is made
regarding the title of the land or any other matter relating to the interest
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the
potential purchaser(s).
Deposit 10% of bid price or $1,000.00, whichever is greater
Payable at time of sale by successful bidder
To be applied to purchase price
Non-refundable
Ten business days from date of sale to arrange financing and
pay balance in full at Enforcement Office, 7755 Hurontario
Street, Brampton Ontario.
All payments in cash or by certified cheque made payable to
the Minister of Finance.
Deed Poll provided by Sheriff only upon satisfactory payment
in full of purchase price.
Other conditions as announced.
THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION BY THE SHERIFF
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE UP TO THE TIME OF SALE.
Note: No employee of the Ministry of the Attorney General may purchase
any goods or chattels, lands or tenements exposed for sale by a Sheriff
under legal process, either directly or indirectly.
Date: April 8, 2015
Josie Eusepio
Sheriff,
Brampton, ON
905-456-4700 Ext 5443
(148-P127)
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF WELLAND
TAKE NOTICE that tenders are invited for the purchase of the land(s)
described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on
Wednesday May 20, 2015 at the Treasurer’s Office, City of Welland, 60
East Main Street, Welland, Ontario.
File No. 13-933
TERMS:
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day at 3:15 p.m. at
City of Welland, 60 East Main Street, Welland, Ontario.
Description of Land(s):
Roll No. 2719 040-001-03860-0000
PIN 64431-0052 (R)
Con 2 Pt Lot 13 RP 59R7332, Parts 52, 53 & 54;
in the City of Welland
in the Regional Municipality of Niagara
Frontage 121.16 ft., Depth: 238.22 ft.
Municipal Address: Moyer Rd WS
2015 Current Value Assessment – 68,250
Class: Residential
Minimum Tender Amount:
$15,387.05
(set out the cancellation price as of the first day of advertising)
Roll No. 2719 040-001-03870-0000
PIN 64431-0052 (R)
Con 2 Pt Lot 13 RP 59R7332, Parts 55, 56 & 57;
in the City of Welland
in the Regional Municipality of Niagara
Frontage 202.31 ft., Depth: 238.22 ft.
Municipal Address: Moyer Rd WS
2015 Current Value Assessment – 86,000
Class: Residential
Minimum Tender Amount:
$18,871.82
(set out the cancellation price as of the first day of advertising)
Roll No. 2719 040-016-10300-0000
PIN 64114-0163 (LT)
Lt 783 Pl 960;
in the City of Welland
in the Regional Municipality of Niagara
Frontage 30.0 ft., Depth: 100.0 ft.
Municipal Address: 128 McAlpine Ave S
2015 Current Value Assessment – 80,750
Class: Residential
Minimum Tender Amount:
$19,696.29
(set out the cancellation price as of the first day of advertising)
Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and must be accompanied
by a deposit in the form of a money order or of a bank draft or cheque
certified by a bank or trust corporation payable to the municipality and
representing at least 20 per cent of the tender amount.
Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding the title to or any other matters relating to the land to be sold.
Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential
purchasers.
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Tax
Sales Act. The successful purchaser will be required to pay the amount
tendered plus accumulated taxes and the relevant land transfer tax.
The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the
successful purchaser.
For further information regarding this sale and a copy of the prescribed
form of tender contact:
Steve Zorbas CPA, CMA, B.Comm, DPA,
City Treasurer
The Corporation of the
City of Welland
Civic Square
60 East Main Street
Welland, ON L3B 3X4
905-735-1700
www.welland.ca
(148-P128)
Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and must be accompanied
by a deposit in the form of a money order or of a bank draft or cheque
certified by a bank or trust corporation payable to the municipality and
representing at least 20 per cent of the tender amount.
Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding
the title to, interests of the Federal or Provincial Crown that continue
to encumber the title after the registration of the tax deed, or any other
matters relating to the lands to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining
these matters rests with the potential purchasers.
This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Tax
Sales Rules made under that Act. The successful purchaser will be required
to pay the amount tendered plus accumulated taxes, HST if applicable and
the relevant land transfer tax.
The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the
successful purchaser.
For further information regarding this sale and a copy of the prescribed
form of tender, visit: www.OntarioTaxSales.ca or if no internet access
available, contact:
MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001
Debbie Kennedy
Deputy Treasurer
The Corporation of the
Municipality of South Bruce
P.O. Box 540
21 Gordon St. E.
Teeswater ON N0G 2S0
519-392-6623
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
THE CORPORATION OF
THE MUNICIPALITY OF SOUTH BRUCE
TAKE NOTICE that tenders are invited for the purchase of the lands
described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on May 14,
2015, at the South Bruce Municipal Office, 21 Gordon St. E., Teeswater
Ontario.
The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day as soon as
possible after 3:00 p.m. at the South Bruce Municipal Office, 21 Gordon
St. E., Teeswater.
Description of Land(s):
865
(148-P129)
MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF PERTH
Roll No. 41 05 010 001 09620 0000; Field Road; PIN 33216-0115(LT);
Part Lot 43 Concession D Carrick and Part Road Allowance between
Concession D and Concession 3 Carrick as closed by CA8239, as in
R279932; S/T beneficiaries interest in R32644; South Bruce; File No. 13-01
TAKE NOTICE that tenders are invited for the purchase of the land(s)
described below and will be received until 4:00 p.m. on May 21st, 2015 at
the Municipal Offices of The Corporation of the Town of Perth situated at
80 Gore Street East, Perth, Ontario, K7H 1H9.
Minimum Tender Amount:
The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day at 4:15 p.m. at
the Municipal Offices of The Corporation of the Town of Perth situated at
80 Gore Street East, Perth, Ontario, K7H 1H9.
$5,035.49
Roll No. 41 05 010 004 07801 0000; Formosa; PIN 33211-0119(LT); Part
Lot 39 Plan 285 as in CA16209; South Bruce; File No. 13-02
Minimum Tender Amount:
$3,194.60
Description of Land(s):
Roll No. 41 05 060 002 09401 0000; Teeswater; PIN 33223-0285(R); Lot
A (subdivision of Lot 13, Concession 6) and Lot A (subdivision of the
S 1/2 of Lot 14, Concession 6) Plan 170, South Bruce (formerly in the
Village of Teeswater and the Township of Culross; File No. 13-03
PT LT 145 PL 8828 LANARK S LYING WITHIN SE ½ LT 1 CON 1
DRUMMOND; PT LT 146 PL 8828 LANARK S LYING WITHIN SE ½
LT 1 CON 1 DRUMMOND AS IN RS77813; PERTH
PIN 05184-0115 (LT)
Roll Number: 0921 010 035 21500 0000
Minimum Tender Amount:
Minimum Tender Amount:
$3,482.59
Roll No. 41 05 060 003 02350 0000; Sideroad 25 N; PIN 33228-0111(LT);
Lot 25 Concession 10 Culross except R291560; S/T CU13951; South
Bruce, now shown as Parts 6, 7, 8 Plan 3R8786; File No. 13-04
Minimum Tender Amount:
$5,449.55
Roll No. 41 05 060 003 20501 0000; PIN 33230-0063(LT); Part Lot 29
Concession 15 Culross as in R191349; S/T execution 98-0000024, if
enforceable; South Bruce; File No. 13-05
Minimum Tender Amount:
$4,182.13
Roll No. 41 05 010 006 12210 0000; Mildmay; PIN 33209-0240(LT); Part
Lot 11-13 Plan 95 as in R185009; South Bruce; File No. 13-06
Minimum Tender Amount:
$3,705.93
$14,704.80
Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and must be accompanied
by a deposit in the form of a money order or of a bank draft or cheque
certified by a bank or trust corporation payable to the municipality and
representing at least 20 per cent of the tender amount.
Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding
the title to or any other matters relating to the land to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential purchasers.
This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Tax
Sales Rules made under that Act. The successful purchaser will be required
to pay the amount tendered plus accumulated taxes and the relevant land
transfer tax.
The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the
successful purchaser.
866
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
For further information regarding this sale and a copy of the prescribed
form of tender contact:
Director of Corporate Services
The Corporation of the
Town of Perth
80 Gore Street East
Perth, Ontario
K7H 1H9
Minimum Tender Amount:
MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF WAWA
TAKE NOTICE that tenders are invited for the purchase of the land
described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on May
20, 2015, at the Wawa Town Hall, 40 Broadway Avenue, Wawa Ontario.
The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day as soon as
possible after 3:00 p.m. at the Wawa Town Hall, 40 Broadway Avenue,
Wawa.
Description of Land(s):
Roll No. 57 76 000 007 16600 0000; 66 Pinewood Dr., Wawa; FIRSTLY:
PIN 31170-0091(LT); Parcel 5429 Section AWS; Part Location CK85
McMurray designated Part 19 Plan AR8; Michipicoten; SECONDLY:
PIN 31170-0077(LT) Parcel 4577 Section AWS; Part Location CK85
McMurray designated Part 20 Plan AR8; Michipicoten; File No. 09-01
Minimum Tender Amount:
$11,477.37
Roll No. 57 76 000 003 22100 0000; 53 Government Rd, Wawa; PIN
31169-0626(LT); Parcel 4789 Section AWS; Part Mining Claim SSM8619
McMurray designated Part 2 Plan AR114; Reserving the Surface Rights
Only on and over the Travelled Road; Michipicoten; File No. 13-04
Minimum Tender Amount:
$6,274.83
Roll No. 57 76 000 005 02100 0000; 80 Toronto Ave, Wawa; PIN 311691370(LT); Parcel 639 Section MICH Surface Rights Only; Lot 1473 Plan
M168 McMurray; S/T execution #32012 if enforceable; Michipicoten;
File No. 13-08
Minimum Tender Amount:
$7,924.05
Roll No. 57 76 000 005 02500 0000; 88 Toronto Ave, Wawa; PIN 311691365(LT); Parcel 624 1/2 Section MICH Surface Rights Only; Lot 1469
Plan M168 McMurray; Michipicoten; File No. 13-09
Minimum Tender Amount:
$22,021.50
Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and must be accompanied
by a deposit in the form of a money order or of a bank draft or cheque
certified by a bank or trust corporation payable to the municipality and
representing at least 20 per cent of the tender amount.
Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding
the title to, crown interests, or any other matters relating to the land
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with
the potential purchasers. Any interests of the Federal or Provincial
Crown encumbering the land at the time of the tax sale will continue
to encumber the land after the registration of the tax deed.
This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Tax
Sales Rules made under that Act. The successful purchaser will be required
to pay the amount tendered plus accumulated taxes, HST if applicable and
the relevant land transfer tax.
The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the
successful purchaser.
For further information regarding this sale and a copy of the prescribed
form of tender, visit: www.OntarioTaxSales.ca or if no internet access
available, contact:
Desiree Norwegian, CPA, CMA
Revenue Associate
The Corporation of the
Municipality of Wawa
P.O. Box 500
40 Broadway Avenue
Wawa Ontario P0S 1K0
705-856-2244 Ext. 233
www.wawa.cc
(148-P131)
$6,140.73
Roll No. 57 76 000 001 06300 0000; 16 Broadway Ave, Wawa; PIN
31169-0227(LT); Parcel 24 Section AWS; Lot 94 Plan M27 McMurray;
Michipicoten; File No. 13-02
Minimum Tender Amount:
Minimum Tender Amount:
$142,818.23
Roll No. 57 76 000 001 11101 0000; FIRSTLY: PIN 31169-0368(LT);
Parcel 2304 Section AWS; Lot 281 Plan M27 McMurray; Michipicoten;
SECONDLY: PIN 31169-0405(LT); Parcel 2524 Section AWS; Lot 282
Plan M27 McMurray; Michipicoten; File No. 13-01
Minimum Tender Amount:
$31,084.53
Roll No. 57 76 000 007 19100 0000; 1532 Highway 17, Wawa; PIN 311570033(LT); Parcel 12334 Section AWS Surface Rights Only; Location MS3
Bailloquet; Michipicoten; File No. 13-12
David G. Heeley
Barker Willson Professional Corporation
Barristers & Solicitors
31 Foster Street, Perth, Ontario, K7H 1R8
613-267-2800
(148-P130)
Roll No. 57 76 000 007 18005 0000; PIN 31170-0149(LT); Parcel 12387
Section AWS Surface Rights Only; Location CL6552 Lendrum, designated
Part 1 Plan 1R8272; Michipicoten; File No. 13-11
$7,823.12
MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF MARKHAM
TAKE NOTICE that tenders are invited for the purchase of the lands
described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on May
21st, 2015, at the Clerk’s Department, City of Markham Municipal Office,
Main Level, 101 Town Centre Blvd., Markham Ontario.
The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day as soon as
possible after 3:00 p.m. at the City of Markham Municipal Office, 101
Town Centre Blvd., Markham.
Description of Land(s):
Roll No. 19 36 030 230 54721 0000; PIN 02920-0286(LT); Parcel 108-2,
Section M1898; Part Lot 7, Plan M1903, Part 127, 65R4213; S/T LT85696
Markham. File No. 13-09
Minimum Tender Amount:
$20,491.78
THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
Roll No. 19 36 020 143 80500 0000; PIN 02977-0187(LT); Parcel 15-8,
Section MA5; Part Lot 15, Concession 5, Part 2, 3, 65R7252, S/T a right of
way, described in instrument MA70213, in favour of Village in the Valley
Limited, its successors and assigns, over Part of the said Lot 15 designated
Parts 2 and 3 on Plan 65R7252 for the purpose of stream improvement;
Markham. File No. 13-15
Minimum Tender Amount:
$206,870.86
Roll No. 19 36 020 170 09900 0000; PIN 03014-1353(LT); Parcel B-1,
Section M1813; Block B; Plan M1813; Markham. File No. 13-16
Minimum Tender Amount:
$58,976.21
Roll No. 19 36 030 245 60000 0000; PIN 03726-0072(LT); Part Lot 31
Concession 7 as in R585265; Markham. File No. 13-17
Minimum Tender Amount:
$79,755.25
Roll No. 19 36 040 271 78000 0000; 10 Black Cherry Dr; PIN 029070181(LT); Parcel 149-1, Section M1974; Lot 149, Plan M1974, Subject to
LT89974; Markham. File No. 13-18
Minimum Tender Amount:
$153,445.95
Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and must be accompanied
by a deposit in the form of a money order or of a bank draft or cheque
certified by a bank or trust corporation payable to the municipality and
representing at least 20 per cent of the tender amount.
Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding
the title to or any other matters relating to the lands to be sold.
Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential
purchasers.
This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Tax
Sales Rules made under that Act. The successful purchaser will be required
to pay the amount tendered plus accumulated taxes, HST if applicable and
the relevant land transfer tax.
The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the
successful purchaser.
For further information regarding this sale and how to obtain a prescribed
form of tender, visit: www.markham.ca or if no internet access available,
contact:
Miranda Miluzzi
Manager of Tax and Cash Management
The Corporation of the
City of Markham
101 Town Centre Blvd.
Markham ON L3R 9W3
(905) 477-7000 Ext. 4726
[email protected]
PLEASE NOTE:
Tax Sales are not typical real estate transactions. If you are considering
participating in a tax sale, it is highly recommended that you seek
independent legal advice from a lawyer licensed to practice in Ontario and
in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada.
In addition, it is not permitted to enter upon a property that is advertised
for tax sale. These are not typical real estate transactions. Entering upon a
property advertised for tax sale proceedings is considered to be trespassing.
(148-P132)
867
MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF WINDSOR
TAKE NOTICE that tenders are invited for the purchase of the land(s)
described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on May
22, 2015 at City of Windsor, 350 City Hall Square, Room 100, Windsor,
Ontario, N9A 6S1. The tenders will then be opened in public on the same
day at 3:30pm local time at 400 City Hall Square W, Suite 409, Windsor,
Ontario.
Description of Land(s):
1) 0 Tourangeau
CON 2 PT LOT 105 PT LOT 106
Registration PIN #: 01360-0136 (LT)
Minimum Tender Amount:
$93,282.67
2) 1212 Elm West
PLAN 918 N PT LOT 97; S PT LOT 98
Registration PIN #: 01199-0286 (LT)
Minimum Tender Amount:
$22,265.48
3) 411 Elliott West
PLAN 79 LOT 1
Registration PIN #: 01189-0165 (LT)
Minimum Tender Amount:
$45,852.68
4) 637 Brock
PLAN 548 LOT 170
Registration PIN #:01253-0188 (LT)
Minimum Tender Amount:
$22,741.47
5) 346 Bridge
PLAN 369 LOT 17 S PT LOT 16
Registration PIN #: 01229-0224 (LT)
Minimum Tender Amount:
$21,274.42
6) 0 Longfellow
PLAN 558 LOT 173 TO 174
Registration PIN #: 01313-1434 (LT)
Minimum Tender Amount:
$11,991.91
7) 3588 Sandwich Street
PLAN 40 PT LOT 20
Registration PIN #: 01591-0096 (LT)
Minimum Tender Amount:
$15,355.17
8) 4060 Sandwich Street
CON 1 LOT 59
Registration PIN #: 01553-0324 (R)
Minimum Tender Amount:
$94,696.31
9) 0 Sandwich Street
PLAN 40 S PT LOT 18
Registration PIN #: 01255-0280 (LT)
Minimum Tender Amount:
$17,260.54
10) 2034-2036 Ottawa
PLAN 684 LOT 162
Registration PIN #: 01131-0178 (LT)
Minimum Tender Amount:
$30,114.33
11) 3005 Deziel
CON 3 PT LOT 100
Registration PIN #: 01408-1051 (LT)
Minimum Tender Amount:
$2,141,829.72
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12) 922 Brant
PLAN 146 LOT 85
Registration PIN #: 01152-0267 (LT)
Minimum Tender Amount:
Roll No. 21 24 010 006 21110 0000; 13959 Airport Rd, Caledon; PIN
14327-0015(LT); Part Lot 10 Concession 1 Albion as in RO858460, as
amended by R01173242; Caledon; File No. TR14-02
$110,003.38
Minimum Tender Amount:
$85,935.66
Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and must be accompanied
by a deposit in the form of a money order or of a bank draft or cheque
certified by a bank or trust corporation payable to the municipality and
representing at least 20 per cent of the tender amount.
Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and must be accompanied
by a deposit in the form of a money order or of a bank draft or cheque
certified by a bank or trust corporation payable to the municipality and
representing at least 20 per cent of the tender amount.
Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding the title to or any other matters relating to the land to be sold.
Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential
purchasers.
Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding
the title to, crown interests, or any other matters relating to the lands
to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with
the potential purchasers. Any interests of the Federal or Provincial
Crown encumbering the land at the time of the tax sale will continue
to encumber the land after the registration of the tax deed.
This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Tax
Sales Rules made under that Act. The successful purchaser will be required
to pay the amount tendered plus accumulated taxes and the relevant land
transfer tax.
The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the
successful purchaser.
Information regarding prescribed forms and tender packages can be found
on the City of Windsor’s web site www.citywindsor.ca Keyword Search:
property tax sale.
Any additional questions regarding this property tax sale please call 311
(Windsor area) or 519-255-2489 (surrounding county) or 1-877-746-4311
(long distance)
This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Tax
Sales Rules made under that Act. The successful purchaser will be required
to pay the amount tendered plus accumulated taxes, HST if applicable and
the relevant land transfer tax.
The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the
successful purchaser.
For further information regarding this sale and a copy of the prescribed
form of tender, contact:
Manager of Revenue
The Corporation of the
Town of Caledon
6311 Old Church Road
Caledon ON L7C 1J6
(905) 584-2272 Ext. 7750
[email protected]
(148-P133)
MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001
PLEASE NOTE:
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF CALEDON
TAKE NOTICE that tenders are invited for the purchase of the lands
described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on May 22,
2015, at the Town of Caledon Municipal Office, 6311 Old Church Road,
Caledon.
The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day as soon as
possible after 3:00 p.m. at the Town of Caledon Municipal Office, 6311
Old Church Road, Caledon.
Description of Land(s):
This parcel was previously advertised for a sale to be held on the 26th day
of February, 2015 but the sale was postponed.
$59,458.24
Roll No. 21 24 030 003 08600 0000; 20651 Hurontario St, Caledon; PIN
14281-0123(LT); Part Lot 27 Concession 1 EHS (CAL) as in VS116426
save and except Part 1, Expropriation Plan PR637837; Caledon; File No.
TR14-01
Minimum Tender Amount:
In addition, it is not permitted to enter upon a property that is advertised
for tax sale. These are not typical real estate transactions. Entering upon a
property advertised for tax sale proceedings is considered to be trespassing.
Please visit www.caledon.ca/taxsale for more information on property tax
sales.
(148-P134)
Roll No. 21 24 010 003 36900 0000; 71 De Rose Ave, Bolton; PIN 143200100(LT); Parcel 53-1, Section 43M760; Surface Rights Only Lot 53,
Plan 43M760; saving and reserving all mines and minerals, whether solid,
liquid, or gaseous, described in AL17363, which may be found to exist
within, upon or under said Lot 53, Plan 43M760, T/W full power to work
the same, and for this purpose to enter upon, use and occupy the said lands
or so much thereof and to such extent as may be necessary for the effectual
working and extracting of the said minerals; Caledon; File No. TR13-07
Minimum Tender Amount:
Tax Sales are not typical real estate transactions. If you are considering
participating in a tax sale, it is highly recommended that you seek
independent legal advice from a lawyer licensed to practice in Ontario and
in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada. $45,827.09
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Sale of Land by Public Auction
MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER
THE CORPORATION OF
THE TOWN OF COLLINGWOOD
TAKE NOTICE that the lands described below will be offered for sale by
public auction at 1:30 p.m. on the 20th day of May at the Collingwood
Municipal Office Council Chambers, 97 Hurontario Street, Collingwood,
Ontario.
Description of Land(s):
Roll No. 43 31 080 007 13705 0000; 7716 Poplar Sideroad, Collingwood;
PIN 58261-0417(LT); Lot 45 Block O Plan 334 Nottawasaga, save &
except Part 6 Plan 51R34816, S/T easement in gross over Part 14 Plan
51R34816; Collingwood; File No. 13-11
Minimum Bid:
$36,194.43
All amounts payable by the successful purchaser shall be payable in full at
the time of the sale by cash or money order or by a bank draft or cheque
certified by a bank or trust corporation,
Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding
the title to or any other matters relating to the lands to be sold.
Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential
purchasers.
This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Tax
Sales Rules. The successful purchaser will be required to pay the amount
bid plus accumulated taxes and relevant land transfer tax.
The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the
successful purchaser.
Note: HST may be payable by successful purchaser.
For further information regarding this sale and a copy of the Bid Package,
contact: www.OntarioTaxSales.ca or if no internet access available,
contact:
(148-P135)
Shelly Burmister
Tax Collector
The Corporation of the
Town of Collingwood
Box 157
97 Hurontario Street
Collingwood, Ontario L9Y 3Z5
[email protected]
705-445-1030 ext. 3222
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Publications under Part III (Regulations) of the Legislation Act, 2006
Règlements publiés en application de la partie III (Règlements)
de la Loi de 2006 sur la législation
2015—04—25
ONTARIO REGULATION 72/15
made under the
CHIROPODY ACT, 1991
Made: June 20, 2014
Approved: April 1, 2015
Filed: April 7, 2015
Published on e-Laws: April 7, 2015
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: April 25, 2015
Amending O. Reg. 203/94
(GENERAL)
1. Ontario Regulation 203/94 is amended by adding the following Part:
PART I.1
ADMINISTERING SUBSTANCES BY INHALATION AND STANDARDS OF PRACTICE
5. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 4 of subsection 5 (1) and paragraph 5 of subsection 5 (2) of the Act, a member who
complies with the standards of practice provided for in this section is authorized to administer the following designated
substances to a patient by inhalation:
1. A gas mixture of up to 50 per cent nitrous oxide, with the balance of the mixture being oxygen.
2. Therapeutic oxygen.
(2) A member shall only administer a designated substance described in paragraph 1 or 2 of subsection (1) if he or she
complies with the following standards of practice:
1. The member shall only administer the designated substance to a patient for the purposes of,
i. pain management during the performance of a procedure, or
ii. controlling anxiety before or during the performance of a procedure.
2. The member must have,
i. successfully completed a program approved by Council that includes a didactic and a clinical training component
provided under the supervision of,
A. a member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario who is recognized by that College as a
specialist in anaesthesia,
B. a member of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario who holds a specialty certificate of registration
in dental anaesthesia, or
C. any other person who is approved by Council, or
ii. satisfied the Registration Committee that,
A. the member’s education in chiropody or podiatry included a program equivalent to the program referred to
in subparagraph i that was completed not more than five years before the day this Part came into force, or
B. the member has safely administered the designated substance by inhalation to patients as part of his or her
practice during the five-year period before the day this Part came into force.
(3) Despite anything in this section, a member may administer therapeutic oxygen by inhalation to a patient in an
emergency.
(4) Despite anything in this section, a member may administer a designated substance described in paragraph 1 or 2 of
subsection (1) to a patient by inhalation if the member does so,
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(a) as part of a program described in subparagraph 2 i of subsection (2); and
(b) while under the direct supervision of a member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario who is recognized
by the College to be a specialist in anaesthesia, a member of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario holding
a specialty certificate in dental anaesthesia, or any other person approved by Council.
Commencement
2. This Regulation comes into force on the day it is filed.
Made by:
Council of the College of Chiropodists of Ontario:
James F. Maczko
President
Felecia Smith
Registrar
Date made: June 20, 2014.
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ONTARIO REGULATION 73/15
made under the
PSYCHOLOGY ACT, 1991
Made: April 23, 2014
Approved: April 1, 2015
Filed: April 7, 2015
Published on e-Laws: April 7, 2015
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: April 25, 2015
Amending O. Reg. 209/94
(GENERAL)
1. Part III of Ontario Regulation 209/94 is revoked and the following substituted:
PART III
QUALITY ASSURANCE
General
6. In this Part,
“assessor” means an assessor appointed under section 81 of the Health Professions Procedural Code;
“Committee” means the Quality Assurance Committee and includes a panel of the Committee appointed under subsection 7
(2);
“program” means the quality assurance program required by section 80 of the Health Professions Procedural Code;
“stratified random sampling” means a sampling where groups are,
(a) removed from the pool of members to be sampled, or
(b) weighted to increase or decrease the likelihood of their being selected.
7. (1) The program shall include the following components:
1. Self-assessment.
2. Peer and practice assessment.
3. Continuing education and professional development designed to,
i. promote continuing competence and continuing quality improvement among members,
ii. address changes in practice environments, and
iii. incorporate standards of practice, advances in technology, changes made in entry to practice competencies and
other relevant issues in the discretion of the Council.
4. Mechanisms for the College to monitor members’ participation in, and compliance with, the program.
(2) The Chair of the Committee may appoint a panel of the Committee composed of three persons, at least one of whom
shall be a member of the Council appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
(3) The Committee shall administer the program.
Self-Assessment
8. (1) The purposes of self-assessment are to assist members,
(a) to identify the extent to which a member’s practice meets current standards;
(b) to identify opportunities to improve a member’s knowledge, skill and judgment; and
(c) to plan a member’s continuing education and professional development.
(2) Every member shall participate in self-assessment in the manner approved by the Committee and fulfil any reporting
requirements as directed by the Committee.
(3) Every member shall retain records of his or her participation in self-assessment, in the form and manner required by
the Committee, for a period of at least five years.
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(4) At the request of the Committee, a member shall submit the records referred to in subsection (3) to the College within
the time period specified in the request or, where no time period is specified, within 30 days after the day the member receives
the request.
(5) This section does not apply to a member who holds a Retired certificate of registration.
Peer and Practice Assessment
9. (1) Each year the Committee shall select members to undergo a peer and practice assessment to assess the members’
knowledge, skill and judgment.
(2) A member shall undergo a peer and practice assessment if,
(a) the member’s name is selected randomly from the entire membership;
(b) the member’s name is selected by stratified random sampling; or
(c) the member has failed to participate in self-assessment.
(3) An assessor or assessors shall evaluate the member’s knowledge, skill and judgment by way of a peer and practice
assessment, prepare a written report that may include recommendations and provide the report to the Committee and the
member, along with a notice of the member’s right to make written submissions to the Committee.
(4) The member may make written submissions to the Committee within 14 days from the date that he or she received the
report.
(5) If, after considering the report and the member’s submissions, if any, and giving the member an opportunity to confer
with the Committee, the Committee may,
(a) direct that no further action be taken;
(b) take any action listed in subsection 80.2 (1) of the Health Professions Procedural Code if the Committee is of the
opinion that the member’s knowledge, skill or judgment is unsatisfactory;
(c) grant the member a specified period of time to address the recommendations in the report; or
(d) direct that the member undergo a second peer and practice assessment.
(6) If the Committee acts under clause (5) (c) or (d), subsections (3) and (4) and clauses (5) (a) and (b) apply, with any
necessary modifications.
(7) For greater certainty, the Committee shall not require a member to undergo a further peer and practice assessment
under clause (5) (d) after the second assessment.
(8) This section does not apply to a member who holds a Retired or Inactive certificate of registration.
Continuing Education and Professional Development
10. (1) Every member shall participate in continuing education and professional development activities in the manner
approved by the Committee for the purpose of maintaining and enhancing the member’s knowledge, skill and judgment.
(2) The College shall, in a timely manner, distribute information to the members about the requirements for continuing
education and professional development activities approved by the Committee.
(3) A member shall retain the records of his or her participation in continuing education and professional development
activities for a period of at least five years.
(4) At the request of the Committee, a member shall attest to the completion of their continuing education and professional
development activities in the form and manner required by the Committee and provide the Committee with his or her records
of the activities undertaken in the form and manner requested by the Committee.
(5) This section does not apply to a member who holds a Retired certificate of registration.
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Commencement
2. This Regulation comes into force on the day it is filed.
Made by:
Council of the College of Psychologists of Ontario:
Catherine Yarrow
Registrar+Executive Director
Robert Gauthier
President
Date made: April 23, 2014.
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ONTARIO REGULATION 74/15
made under the
PSYCHOLOGY ACT, 1991
Made: April 7, 2014
Approved: April 1, 2015
Filed: April 7, 2015
Published on e-Laws: April 7, 2015
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: April 25, 2015
REGISTRATION
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General
Classes of certificate
Application
Requirements for issuance
Terms, etc., of every certificate
Certificates of Registration for a Psychologist Authorizing Autonomous Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice
Labour mobility
Terms, conditions and limitations
Certificates of Registration for a Psychologist Authorizing Interim Autonomous Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychologist authorizing interim autonomous practice
Labour mobility
Terms, conditions and limitations
Expiry
Certificates of Registration for a Psychologist Authorizing Supervised Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychologist authorizing supervised practice
Labour mobility
Terms, conditions and limitations
Expiry
Certificates of Registration for a Psychological Associate Authorizing Autonomous Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice
Labour mobility
Terms, conditions and limitations
Certificates of Registration for a Psychological Associate Authorizing Interim Autonomous Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychological associate authorizing interim autonomous practice
Labour mobility
Terms, conditions and limitations
Expiry
Certificates of Registration for a Psychological Associate Authorizing Supervised Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychological associate authorizing supervised practice
Labour mobility
Terms, conditions and limitations
Expiry
Academic Class of Certificates of Registration
Academic class of certificates of registration
Labour mobility
Terms, conditions and limitations
Inactive Class of Certificates of Registration
Inactive class of certificates of registration
Terms, conditions and limitations
Retired Class of Certificates of Registration
Retired class of certificates of registration
Terms, conditions and limitations
Expiry, Reinstatement, etc.
Expiry on issuance of new certificate
Reinstatement
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Transition
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Revocation
Commencement
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Transition
Revocation and Commencement
General
Classes of certificate
1. The following are prescribed as classes of certificates of registration:
1. Certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice.
2. Certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing interim autonomous practice.
3. Certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing supervised practice.
4. Certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice.
5. Certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing interim autonomous practice.
6. Certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing supervised practice.
7. Academic certificate of registration.
8. Inactive certificate of registration.
9. Retired certificate of registration.
Application
2. A person may apply for the issue of a certificate of registration by submitting an application to the Registrar together
with the application fee required under the by-laws.
Requirements for issuance
3. The following are registration requirements for all certificates of registration:
1. The applicant must provide details of any of the following that relate to the applicant:
i. A conviction for a criminal offence or an offence related to the regulation of the practice of the profession.
ii. A finding of professional misconduct, incompetency or incapacity, in Ontario in relation to another health
profession or in another jurisdiction in relation to the profession or another health profession.
iii. A current proceeding for professional misconduct, incompetency or incapacity, in Ontario in relation to another
health profession or in another jurisdiction in relation to the profession or another health profession.
2. The applicant must be able with reasonable fluency to speak and write either English or French.
3. The applicant must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada or authorized under the Immigration and
Refugee Protection Act (Canada) to engage in the practice of the profession.
Terms, etc., of every certificate
4. It is a condition of a certificate of registration that the member provide the College with details of any of the following
that relate to the member and that occur or arise after the registration of the member:
1. A conviction for any offence.
2. A finding of professional misconduct, incompetency or incapacity, in Ontario in relation to another health profession
or in another jurisdiction in relation to the profession or another health profession.
3. A proceeding for professional misconduct, incompetency or incapacity, in Ontario in relation to another health
profession or in another jurisdiction in relation to the profession or another health profession.
4. A finding of professional negligence or malpractice in any jurisdiction.
5. A proceeding in any jurisdiction in which the member is alleged to have committed professional negligence or
malpractice that is in relation to the practice of a health profession.
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Certificates of Registration for a Psychologist Authorizing Autonomous Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice
5. (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (6), to qualify for a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous
practice, an applicant must comply with the following non-exemptible registration requirements:
1. The applicant must have obtained a doctoral degree,
i. from a psychology program that is accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association or by another accrediting
body that has been approved by Council for that purpose,
ii. from a psychology program that is considered by a panel of the Registration Committee to be equivalent to a
program described in subparagraph i, or
iii. from a psychology program that is offered by an educational institution outside of Canada or the United States of
America and that is considered by a panel of the Registration Committee to be substantially similar to a program
described in subparagraph i.
2. The applicant must have completed a minimum of 1,500 hours of postdoctoral supervised practice approved by the
Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee and performed while being a member holding a certificate of
registration for a psychologist authorizing supervised practice and while under the supervision of a member who meets
the requirements in subsection 12 (3).
3. The applicant must have passed the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology administered by the
Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards or one or more other examinations of knowledge or competence
set or approved by the Council or by a body that is approved by the Council for that purpose.
4. The applicant must have passed the oral examination set or approved by the Council.
5. The applicant must have passed the Jurisprudence and Ethics Examination set or approved by Council.
6. The applicant must have completed all further professional training or experience that, in the opinion of a panel
of the Registration Committee, is required to ensure the competence of the applicant for autonomous practice as a
psychologist in his or her intended area of practice.
(2) An applicant who has obtained a doctoral degree from a psychology program described in subparagraph 1 iii of
subsection (1) shall not be considered to have met the requirements of paragraph 1 of subsection (1) unless the applicant has
successfully completed such further assessment, training or supervised experience, if any, which in the opinion of a panel of
the Registration Committee is required to ensure that the applicant has competencies equivalent to those of an applicant who
has obtained a doctoral degree from a program described in subparagraph 1 i of subsection (1).
(3) An applicant who, at the time of application, is registered or licensed to practise in a jurisdiction outside of Canada is
not required to meet the requirements in paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 of subsection (1) if the following requirements are met:
1. The applicant must be registered as a psychologist in good standing in a jurisdiction,
i. with which the College has a reciprocity agreement as of the date of the application, or
ii. that is considered by a panel of the Registration Committee to have registration requirements equivalent to those
of the College for the issuance of a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice.
2. The applicant must have attended an interview conducted by a panel of interviewers appointed by the Registrar and
been assessed by that panel as being competent to practise in the area of the profession that he or she intends to practise
in.
3. Where the applicant is unable to satisfy the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee that the applicant
practised the profession of psychology to the extent that would be permitted by a certificate of registration for a
psychologist authorizing autonomous practice at any time during the 24-month period preceding his or her application,
the applicant must meet any further requirement to undertake, obtain or undergo any additional training, experience,
examinations or assessments that, in the opinion of a panel of the Registration Committee, is required to ensure the
competence of the applicant for autonomous practice as a psychologist in his or her intended area of practice.
(4) Where an applicant is a member in good standing holding an Academic certificate of registration, the Registrar shall
issue that member a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice if the member,
(a) was, at the time of being issued his or her Academic certificate of registration, a member holding a certificate of
registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice;
(b) applies in writing to the Registrar for a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice
not less than 60 days before the applicant proposes to start practising as a member holding a certificate of registration
for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice; and
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(c) has satisfied the conditions, if any, imposed by a panel of the Registration Committee which in the opinion of the panel
are required to ensure current competence in the proposed practice areas.
(5) Where an applicant is a member in good standing holding an Inactive certificate of registration, the Registrar shall issue
that member a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice if the member,
(a) was, at the time of being issued his or her Inactive certificate of registration, a member holding a certificate of
registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice;
(b) applies in writing to the Registrar for a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice
not less than 60 days before the applicant proposes to start practising as a member holding a certificate of registration
for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice; and
(c) has satisfied the conditions, if any, imposed by a panel of the Registration Committee which in the opinion of the panel
are required to ensure current competence in the proposed practice areas.
(6) Where an applicant is a member in good standing holding a Retired certificate of registration, the Registrar shall issue
that member a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice if the member,
(a) was, at the time of being issued his or her Retired certificate of registration, a member holding a certificate of registration
for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice;
(b) applies in writing to the Registrar for a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice
no more than 24 months after the member was issued a Retired certificate of registration and not less than 60 days
before the applicant proposes to start practising as a member holding a certificate of registration for a psychologist
authorizing autonomous practice; and
(c) has satisfied the conditions, if any, imposed by a panel of the Registration Committee which in the opinion of the panel
are required to ensure current competence in the proposed practice areas.
Labour mobility
6. (1) Where section 22.18 of the Health Professions Procedural Code applies to an applicant for a certificate of
registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice, the applicant is deemed to have met the requirements set out
in paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 of subsection 5 (1) of this Regulation.
(2) It is a non-exemptible registration requirement that an applicant referred to in subsection (1) provide one or more
certificates or letters or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee confirming
that the applicant is in good standing as a psychologist in every jurisdiction where the applicant holds an out-of-province
certificate.
(3) If an applicant to whom subsection (1) applies is unable to satisfy the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee
that the applicant practised the profession of psychology to the extent that would be permitted by a certificate of registration
for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice at any time in the two years immediately before the date of the applicant’s
application, the applicant must meet any further requirement to undertake, obtain or undergo material additional training,
experience, examinations or assessments that may be specified by a panel of the Registration Committee.
(4) An applicant referred to in subsection (1) is deemed to have met the requirement of paragraph 2 of section 3 if the
requirements for the issuance of the out-of-province certificate included language proficiency requirements equivalent to
those required by that paragraph.
(5) Despite subsection (1), an applicant is not deemed to have met a requirement if that requirement is described in
subsection 22.18 (3) of the Health Professions Procedural Code.
Terms, conditions and limitations
7. It is a term, condition and limitation of every certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous
practice that the member shall practise the profession only within,
(a) practice areas of the profession that are authorized for that member by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration
Committee; or
(b) other practice areas where the member’s practice is performed under the supervision of a member who is authorized
by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee to practise in the relevant practice areas and who holds
either a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice or a certificate of registration for
a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice.
Certificates of Registration for a Psychologist Authorizing Interim Autonomous Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychologist authorizing interim autonomous practice
8. To qualify for a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing interim autonomous practice, it is a nonexemptible requirement that the applicant be registered as a psychologist in good standing in a jurisdiction,
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(a) with which the College has a written reciprocity agreement as of the date of the applicant’s application; or
(b) that is considered by a panel of the Registration Committee to have registration requirements equivalent to those of the
College for a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice.
Labour mobility
9. (1) Where section 22.18 of the Health Professions Procedural Code applies to an applicant for a certificate of registration
for a psychologist authorizing interim autonomous practice, the applicant is deemed to have met the requirements set out in
section 8 of this Regulation.
(2) It is a non-exemptible registration requirement that an applicant referred to in subsection (1) provide one or more
certificates or letters or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee confirming
that the applicant is in good standing as a psychologist in every jurisdiction where the applicant holds an out-of-province
certificate.
(3) If an applicant to whom subsection (1) applies is unable to satisfy the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee
that the applicant practised the profession of psychology to the extent that would be permitted by a certificate of registration
for a psychologist authorizing interim autonomous practice at any time in the two years immediately before the date of the
applicant’s application, the applicant must meet any further requirement to undertake, obtain or undergo material additional
training, experience, examinations or assessments that may be specified by a panel of the Registration Committee.
(4) An applicant referred to in subsection (1) is deemed to have met the requirement of paragraph 2 of section 3 if the
requirements for the issuance of the out-of-province certificate included language proficiency requirements equivalent to
those required by that paragraph.
(5) Despite subsection (1), an applicant is not deemed to have met a requirement if that requirement is described in
subsection 22.18 (3) of the Health Professions Procedural Code.
Terms, conditions and limitations
10. It is a term, condition and limitation of every certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing interim
autonomous practice that the member shall practise the profession only within,
(a) practice areas of the profession that are authorized for the member by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration
Committee; or
(b) other practice areas where the member’s practice is performed under the supervision of a member who is authorized
by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee to practise in the relevant practice areas and who holds
either a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice or a certificate of registration for
a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice.
Expiry
11. A certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing interim autonomous practice expires 12 months after the date
on which it was issued.
Certificates of Registration for a Psychologist Authorizing Supervised Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychologist authorizing supervised practice
12. (1) To qualify for a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing supervised practice, an applicant must
comply with the following non-exemptible registration requirements:
1. The applicant must have obtained a doctoral degree,
i. from a psychology program that is accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association or by another accrediting
body that has been approved by Council for that purpose,
ii. from a psychology program that is considered by a panel of the Registration Committee to be equivalent to a
program described in subparagraph i, or
iii. from a psychology program that is offered by an educational institution outside of Canada or the United States of
America and that is considered by a panel of the Registration Committee to be substantially similar to a program
described in subparagraph i.
2. The applicant must provide to the College a signed undertaking from two supervisors in which the supervisors
undertake to train the proposed member and supervise and evaluate the proposed member’s practice and to provide
reports in the form and manner as specified by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee.
(2) An applicant who has obtained a doctoral degree from a psychology program described in subparagraph 1 iii of
subsection (1) shall not be considered to have met the requirements of paragraph 1 of subsection (1) unless the applicant has
successfully completed such further assessment, training or supervised experience, if any, which in the opinion of a panel of
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the Registration Committee is required to ensure that the applicant has competencies equivalent to those of an applicant who
has obtained a doctoral degree from a program described in subparagraph 1 i of subsection (1).
(3) A signed undertaking shall not be considered as satisfying the requirement in paragraph 2 of subsection (1) unless each
proposed supervisor who signed the undertaking met all of the following requirements:
1. He or she must be a member holding either a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous
practice or a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice.
2. His or her certificate of registration must not be subject to any term, condition or limitation that was imposed as a result
of a disciplinary proceeding or a fitness to practise proceeding.
3. He or she must not be the subject of any ongoing disciplinary proceeding or fitness to practise proceeding.
4. He or she must be authorized by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee to practise in the same practice
areas and with the same client groups as those of the individual who is to be under his or her supervision.
Labour mobility
13. (1) Where section 22.18 of the Health Professions Procedural Code applies to an applicant for a certificate of
registration for a psychologist authorizing supervised practice, the applicant is deemed to have met the requirements set out
in paragraph 1 of subsection 12 (1) of this Regulation.
(2) It is a non-exemptible registration requirement that an applicant referred to in subsection (1) provide one or more
certificates or letters or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee confirming
that the applicant is in good standing as a psychologist in every jurisdiction where the applicant holds an out-of-province
certificate.
(3) If an applicant to whom subsection (1) applies is unable to satisfy the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee
that the applicant practised the profession of psychology to the extent that would be permitted by a certificate of registration
for a psychologist authorizing supervised practice at any time in the two years immediately before the date of the applicant’s
application, the applicant must meet any further requirement to undertake, obtain or undergo material additional training,
experience, examinations or assessments that may be specified by a panel of the Registration Committee.
(4) An applicant referred to in subsection (1) is deemed to have met the requirement of paragraph 2 of section 3 if the
requirements for the issuance of the out-of-province certificate included language proficiency requirements equivalent to
those required by that paragraph.
(5) Despite subsection (1), an applicant is not deemed to have met a requirement if that requirement is described in
subsection 22.18 (3) of the Health Professions Procedural Code.
Terms, conditions and limitations
14. It is a term, condition and limitation of every certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing supervised
practice that the member shall practise the profession only under the supervision of a supervisor who is approved for that
purpose by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee.
Expiry
15. A certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing supervised practice expires on the date set out on the
certificate, which date shall be no earlier than 12 months after the date the certificate of registration was issued and no more
than 24 months after the date the certificate of registration was issued.
Certificates of Registration for a Psychological Associate Authorizing Autonomous Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice
16. (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (8), to qualify for a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing
autonomous practice, an applicant must comply with the following non-exemptible registration requirements:
1. The applicant must have obtained a master’s degree from a psychology program which,
i. is offered at an institution that is,
A. a Canadian institution that is legally authorized to grant the degree,
B. an institution in the United States of America that is accredited,
1. by an accrediting body recognized by the United States Secretary of Education as a reliable authority
concerning the quality of education or training offered by institutions of higher learning, or
2. by another accrediting body approved by Council, or
C. an institution that is based in a country other than Canada or the United States of America that is considered
to be equivalent to an institution described in sub-subparagraph A,
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1. by a foreign credential evaluation service that is a member of the National Association of Credential
Evaluation Services, or
2. by another foreign credential evaluation service approved by Council,
ii. requires as a prerequisite for admission to the program that the applicant have taken a minimum of 576 hours of
undergraduate instruction in psychology, and
iii. includes,
A. at least 36 hours of instruction in each of the areas of,
1. psychological assessment,
2. psychological intervention,
3. professional ethics and standards for psychology,
4. research design, methodology and statistics,
5. biological bases of behaviour,
6. social bases of behaviour,
7. cognitive-affective bases of behaviour, and
8. psychology of the individual,
B. a supervised psychology practicum or psychology internship, and
C. at least one academic year of full-time resident graduate study and training or the equivalent in part-time
resident graduate study and training.
2. Following the awarding of the degree described in paragraph 1, the applicant must have performed at least 6,000
hours of practice of the profession over at least four years while under the supervision of a member holding either
a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice or a certificate of registration for a
psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice.
3. The applicant must have performed, while being a member holding a certificate of registration for a psychological
associate authorizing supervised practice, at least 1,500 hours of practice of the profession while under the supervision
of a member who meets the requirements in subsection 23 (2).
4. The applicant must have passed the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology administered by the
Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards or one or more other examinations of knowledge or competence
set or approved by the Council or by a body that is approved by the Council for that purpose.
5. The applicant must have passed the oral examination set or approved by the Council.
6. The applicant must have passed the Jurisprudence and Ethics Examination set or approved by Council.
7. The applicant must have completed all further professional training or experience that in the opinion of a panel
of the Registration Committee is required to ensure the competence of the applicant for autonomous practice as a
psychological associate in his or her intended area of practice.
(2) An institution shall only be considered as meeting the requirements of sub-subparagraph 1 i C of subsection (1) where
the degree has been evaluated by the foreign credential evaluation service referred to in that sub-subparagraph as being
equivalent in level to a master’s degree offered at a university in Canada.
(3) Where an applicant has a master’s degree from a psychology program that meets the requirements in subparagraphs 1 i
and ii of subsection (1), but that does not meet the requirements set out in subparagraph 1 iii of that subsection, the applicant
shall be considered to have met the requirements in subparagraph 1 iii of that subsection if,
(a) the program is considered by a panel of the Registration Committee to be substantially similar, but not equivalent, to
a program that meets the requirements; and
(b) the applicant successfully completes the additional education or training, if any, that is specified by a panel of the
Registration Committee.
(4) It is sufficient compliance with subparagraph 1 iii of subsection (1) if the hours of instruction described in sub-subsubparagraphs A 5 to 8 of that subparagraph are taken, in whole or in part, at an undergraduate level beyond that of a first-year
course.
(5) Where, at the time of application, an applicant is registered or licensed to practise in a jurisdiction outside of Canada, he
or she does not have to meet the requirements in paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 of subsection (1) if the following requirements
are met:
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1. The applicant must be registered as a psychological associate in good standing in a jurisdiction,
i. with which the College has a reciprocity agreement as of the date of the applicant’s application, or
ii. that is considered by a panel of the Registration Committee to have registration requirements equivalent to
those of the College for the issuance of a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing
autonomous practice.
2. The applicant must have attended an interview conducted by a panel of interviewers appointed by the Registrar and
been assessed by that panel as being competent to practise in the area of the profession that he or she intends to practise
in.
3. Where the applicant is unable to satisfy the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee that the applicant
practised the profession of psychology to the extent that would be permitted by a certificate of registration for a
psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice at any time during the 24-month period preceding his or her
application, the applicant must meet any further requirement to undertake, obtain or undergo any additional training,
experience, examinations or assessments that, in the opinion of a panel of the Registration Committee, is required to
ensure the competence of the applicant for autonomous practice as a psychological associate in his or her intended area
of practice.
(6) Where an applicant is a member in good standing holding an Academic certificate of registration, the Registrar shall
issue that member a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice if the member,
(a) was, at the time of being issued his or her Academic certificate of registration, a member holding a certificate of
registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice;
(b) applies in writing to the Registrar for a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous
practice not less than 60 days before the applicant proposes to begin practising as member holding a certificate of
registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice; and
(c) has satisfied the conditions, if any, imposed by a panel of the Registration Committee which in the opinion of the panel
are required to ensure current competence in the proposed practice areas.
(7) Where an applicant is a member in good standing holding an Inactive certificate of registration, the Registrar shall issue
that member a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice if the member,
(a) was, at the time of being issued his or her Inactive certificate of registration, a member holding a certificate of
registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice;
(b) applies in writing to the Registrar for a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous
practice not less than 60 days before the applicant proposes to start practising as a member holding a certificate of
registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice; and
(c) has satisfied the conditions, if any, imposed by a panel of the Registration Committee which in the opinion of the panel
are required to ensure current competence in the proposed practice areas.
(8) Where an applicant is a member in good standing holding a Retired certificate of registration, the Registrar shall issue
that member a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice if the member,
(a) was, at the time of being issued his or her Retired certificate of registration, a member holding a certificate of registration
for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice;
(b) applies in writing to the Registrar for a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous
practice no more than 24 months after the member was issued a Retired certificate of registration and not less than 60
days before the applicant proposes to start practising as a member holding a certificate of registration for a psychological
associate authorizing autonomous practice; and
(c) has satisfied the conditions imposed by a panel of the Registration Committee which in the opinion of the panel are
required to ensure current competence in the proposed practice areas.
Labour mobility
17. (1) Where section 22.18 of the Health Professions Procedural Code applies to an applicant for a certificate of registration
for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice, the applicant is deemed to have met the requirements set out
in paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 of subsection 16 (1).
(2) It is a non-exemptible registration requirement that an applicant referred to in subsection (1) provide one or more
certificates or letters or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee confirming
that the applicant is in good standing as a psychological associate in every jurisdiction where the applicant holds an out-ofprovince certificate.
(3) If an applicant to whom subsection (1) applies is unable to satisfy the Registrar or a panel of the Registration
Committee that the applicant practised the profession of psychology to the extent that would be permitted by a certificate of
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registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice at any time in the two years immediately before
the date of the applicant’s application, the applicant must meet any further requirement to undertake, obtain or undergo
material additional training, experience, examinations or assessments that may be specified by a panel of the Registration
Committee.
(4) An applicant referred to in subsection (1) is deemed to have met the requirement of paragraph 2 of section 3 if the
requirements for the issuance of the out-of-province certificate included language proficiency requirements equivalent to
those required by that paragraph.
(5) Despite subsection (1), an applicant is not deemed to have met a requirement if that requirement is described in
subsection 22.18 (3) of the Health Professions Procedural Code.
Terms, conditions and limitations
18. It is a term, condition and limitation of every certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing
autonomous practice that the member shall practise the profession only within,
(a) practice areas of the profession that are authorized for that member by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration
Committee; or
(b) other practice areas where the member’s practice is performed under the supervision of a member who is authorized
by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee to practise in the relevant practice areas and who holds
either a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice or a certificate of registration for
a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice.
Certificates of Registration for a Psychological Associate Authorizing Interim Autonomous Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychological associate authorizing interim autonomous practice
19. To qualify for a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing interim autonomous practice, it is
a non-exemptible requirement that the applicant be registered as a psychological associate in good standing in a jurisdiction,
(a) with which the College has a written reciprocity agreement as of the date of the applicant’s application; or
(b) that is considered by a panel of the Registration Committee to have requirements equivalent to those of the College for
a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice.
Labour mobility
20. (1) Where section 22.18 of the Health Professions Procedural Code applies to an applicant for a certificate of
registration for a psychological associate authorizing interim autonomous practice, the applicant is deemed to have met the
requirements set out in section 19 of this Regulation.
(2) It is a non-exemptible registration requirement that an applicant referred to in subsection (1) provide one or more
certificates or letters or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee confirming
that the applicant is in good standing as a psychological associate in every jurisdiction where the applicant holds an out-ofprovince certificate.
(3) If an applicant to whom subsection (1) applies is unable to satisfy the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee
that the applicant practised the profession of psychology to the extent that would be permitted by a certificate of registration
for a psychological associate authorizing interim autonomous practice at any time in the two years immediately before the
date of the applicant’s application, the applicant must meet any further requirement to undertake, obtain or undergo material
additional training, experience, examinations or assessments that may be specified by a panel of the Registration Committee.
(4) An applicant referred to in subsection (1) is deemed to have met the requirement of paragraph 2 of section 3 if the
requirements for the issuance of the out-of-province certificate included language proficiency requirements equivalent to
those required by that paragraph.
(5) Despite subsection (1), an applicant is not deemed to have met a requirement if that requirement is described in
subsection 22.18 (3) of the Health Professions Procedural Code.
Terms, conditions and limitations
21. It is a term, condition and limitation of every certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing
interim autonomous practice that the member shall practise the profession only within,
(a) practice areas of the profession that are authorized for that member by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration
Committee; or
(b) other practice areas where the member’s practice is performed under the supervision of a member who is authorized
by the Registrar or by a panel of the Registration Committee to practise in the relevant practice areas and who holds
either a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous practice or a certificate of registration for
a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice.
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Expiry
22. A certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing interim autonomous practice expires 12 months
after the date on which it was issued.
Certificates of Registration for a Psychological Associate Authorizing Supervised Practice
Certificates of registration for a psychological associate authorizing supervised practice
23. (1) To qualify for a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing supervised practice, an applicant
must comply with one of the following non-exemptible registration requirements:
1. Meeting the requirements in paragraphs 1 and 2 of subsection 16 (1).
2. Having provided to the College a signed undertaking from two supervisors in which the supervisors undertake to train
the proposed member and supervise and evaluate the proposed member’s practice and to provide reports in the form
and manner as specified by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee.
(2) A signed undertaking shall not be considered as satisfying the requirement in paragraph 2 of subsection (1) unless each
proposed supervisor who signed the undertaking met all of the following requirements:
1. He or she must be a member holding either a certificate of registration for a psychologist authorizing autonomous
practice or a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous practice.
2. His or her certificate of registration must not be subject to any term, condition or limitation that was imposed as a result
of a disciplinary proceeding or a fitness to practise proceeding.
3. He or she must not be the subject of any ongoing disciplinary or fitness to practise proceeding.
4. He or she must be authorized by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee to practise in the same practice
areas and with the same client groups as those of the individual who is to be under his or her supervision.
Labour mobility
24. (1) Where section 22.18 of the Health Professions Procedural Code applies to an applicant for a certificate of registration
for a psychological associate authorizing supervised practice, the applicant is deemed to have met the requirements set out in
paragraph 1 of subsection 23 (1) of this Regulation.
(2) It is a non-exemptible registration requirement that an applicant referred to in subsection (1) provide one or more
certificates or letters or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee confirming
that the applicant is in good standing as a psychologist in every jurisdiction where the applicant holds an out-of-province
certificate.
(3) If an applicant to whom subsection (1) applies is unable to satisfy the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee
that the applicant practised the profession of psychology to the extent that would be permitted by a certificate of registration
for a psychological associate authorizing supervised practice at any time in the two years immediately before the date of the
applicant’s application, the applicant must meet any further requirement to undertake, obtain or undergo material additional
training, experience, examinations or assessments that may be specified by a panel of the Registration Committee.
(4) An applicant referred to in subsection (1) is deemed to have met the requirement of paragraph 2 of section 3 if the
requirements for the issuance of the out-of-province certificate included language proficiency requirements equivalent to
those required by that paragraph.
(5) Despite subsection (1), an applicant is not deemed to have met a requirement if that requirement is described in
subsection 22.18 (3) of the Health Professions Procedural Code.
Terms, conditions and limitations
25. It is a term, condition and limitation of every certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing
supervised practice that the member shall practise the profession only under the supervision of a supervisor who is approved
for that purpose by the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee.
Expiry
26. A certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing supervised practice expires on the date set out
on the certificate which date shall be no earlier than 12 months after the date the certificate of registration was issued and no
more than 24 months after the date the certificate of registration was issued.
Academic Class of Certificates of Registration
Academic class of certificates of registration
27. To qualify for an Academic certificate of registration, an applicant must comply with the following non-exemptible
registration requirements:
1. The applicant must occupy a full-time or regular academic position on the faculty of an Ontario university.
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2. The applicant must be a member in good standing who holds either a certificate of registration for a psychologist
authorizing autonomous practice or a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous
practice and,
i. whose certificate of registration is not subject to any term, condition or limitation that was imposed as a result of
a disciplinary proceeding or a fitness to practise proceeding,
ii. who is not in default of any obligation to the College, including payment of the annual membership fee, and
iii. who is not the subject of any ongoing disciplinary or fitness to practise proceeding.
Labour mobility
28. (1) Where section 22.18 of the Health Professions Procedural Code applies to an applicant for an Academic certificate
of registration, the applicant is deemed to have met the requirements set out in paragraph 2 of section 27 of this Regulation.
(2) It is a non-exemptible registration requirement that an applicant referred to in subsection (1) provide one or more
certificates or letters or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee confirming
that the applicant is in good standing as a psychologist in every jurisdiction where the applicant holds an out-of-province
certificate.
(3) If an applicant to whom subsection (1) applies is unable to satisfy the Registrar or a panel of the Registration Committee
that the applicant practised the profession of psychology to the extent that would be permitted by an Academic certificate of
registration at any time in the two years immediately before the date of the applicant’s application, the applicant must meet
any further requirement to undertake, obtain or undergo material additional training, experience, examinations or assessments
that may be specified by a panel of the Registration Committee.
(4) An applicant referred to in subsection (1) is deemed to have met the requirement of paragraph 2 of section 3 if the
requirements for the issuance of the out-of-province certificate included language proficiency requirements equivalent to
those required by that paragraph.
(5) Despite subsection (1), an applicant is not deemed to have met a requirement if that requirement is described in
subsection 22.18 (3) of the Health Professions Procedural Code.
Terms, conditions and limitations
29. It is a term, condition and limitation of every Academic certificate of registration that the member not provide
intervention, assessment or consultation services to individual clients, groups of clients, or organizations and not supervise
persons in providing those services.
Inactive Class of Certificates of Registration
Inactive class of certificates of registration
30. To qualify for an Inactive certificate of registration, an applicant must comply with the following non-exemptible
registration requirements:
1. The applicant must submit his or her application to the Registrar not less than 60 days before the applicant intends to
cease practising the profession.
2. The applicant must be a member in good standing who holds either a certificate of registration for a psychologist
authorizing autonomous practice or a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous
practice and,
i. whose certificate of registration is not subject to any term, condition or limitation that was imposed as a result of
a disciplinary proceeding or a fitness to practise proceeding,
ii. who is not in default of any obligation to the College, including payment of the annual membership fee, and
iii. who is not the subject of any ongoing disciplinary or fitness to practise proceeding.
Terms, conditions and limitations
31. It is a term, condition and limitation of every Inactive certificate of registration that the member shall not practise the
profession.
Retired Class of Certificates of Registration
Retired class of certificates of registration
32. To qualify for a Retired certificate of registration, an applicant must comply with the following non-exemptible
registration requirements:
1. The applicant must submit his or her application to the Registrar not less than 60 days before the applicant intends to
cease practising the profession.
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2. The applicant must be a member in good standing who holds either a certificate of registration for a psychologist
authorizing autonomous practice or a certificate of registration for a psychological associate authorizing autonomous
practice and,
i. whose certificate of registration is not subject to any term, condition or limitation that was imposed as a result of
a disciplinary proceeding or a fitness to practise proceeding,
ii. who is not in default of any obligation to the College, including payment of the annual membership fee, and
iii. who is not the subject of any ongoing disciplinary or fitness to practise proceeding.
Terms, conditions and limitations
33. It is a term, condition and limitation of every Retired certificate of registration that the member shall not practise the
profession.
Expiry, Reinstatement, etc.
Expiry on issuance of new certificate
34. A person’s certificate of registration expires immediately if the Registrar issues another certificate of registration to the
person.
Reinstatement
35. If the Registrar suspends a member’s certificate of registration pursuant to section 24 of the Health Professions
Procedural Code for failure to pay a fee, the Registrar may lift the suspension within two years from the date of suspension
on the payment of,
(a) the fee the member failed to pay; and
(b) all applicable fees and penalties required under the by-laws.
Transition
Transition
36. (1) Every certificate of registration that was in existence immediately before April 7, 2015 is continued as the
equivalent certificate of registration with the same status under this Regulation until such time as it otherwise ceases to be
effective and, for greater certainty,
(a) every certificate of registration subject to a limitation of academic status is continued as an Academic certificate of
registration;
(b) every certificate of registration subject to a limitation of inactive status is continued as an Inactive certificate of
registration; and
(c) every certificate of registration subject to a limitation of retired status is continued as a Retired certificate of registration.
(2) Where an application for a certificate of registration had been made but not finally dealt with before April 7, 2015, the
application shall be dealt with in accordance with this Regulation.
Revocation and Commencement
Revocation
37. Ontario Regulation 533/98 is revoked.
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Commencement
38. This Regulation comes into force on the day it is filed.
Made by:
Pris par :
Council of the College of Psychologists of Ontario:
Conseil de l’Ordre des psychologues de l’Ontario :
Robert Gauthier
President
Catherine Yarrow
Registrar+Executive Director
Date made: April 7, 2014.
Pris le : 7 avril 2014.
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pris en vertu de la
LOI DE 1991 SUR LES PSYCHOLOGUES
pris le 7 avril 2014
approuvé le 1 avril 2015
déposé le 7 avril 2015
publié sur le site Lois-en-ligne le 7 avril 2015
imprimé dans la Gazette de l’Ontario le 25 avril 2015
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32.
33.
34.
Dispositions générales
Catégories de certificats
Demande de certificat d’inscription
Exigences : délivrance d’un certificat d’inscription
Conditions et restrictions : tout certificat
Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie
Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
Conditions et restrictions
Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie
Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
Conditions et restrictions
Expiration
Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision
Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
Conditions et restrictions
Expiration
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
Conditions et restrictions
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
Conditions et restrictions
Expiration
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
Conditions et restrictions
Expiration
Certificats d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie en milieu universitaire
Certificats d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie en milieu universitaire
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
Conditions et restrictions
Certificats d’inscription à titre de membre inactif
Certificats d’inscription à titre de membre inactif
Conditions et restrictions
Certificats d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite
Certificats d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite
Conditions et restrictions
Expiration et remise en vigueur
Expiration suite à la délivrance d’un nouveau certificat
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Remise en vigueur
36.
Dispositions transitoires
37.
38.
Abrogation
Entrée en vigueur
Dispositions transitoires
Abrogation et entrée en vigueur
Dispositions générales
Catégories de certificats
1. Sont prescrites les catégories de certificats d’inscription suivantes :
1. Certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie.
2. Certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie.
3. Certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision.
4. Certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie.
5. Certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie.
6. Certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision.
7. Certificat d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie en milieu universitaire.
8. Certificat d’inscription à titre de membre inactif.
9. Certificat d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite.
Demande de certificat d’inscription
2. Quiconque peut demander la délivrance d’un certificat d’inscription en présentant une demande à cet effet au registrateur
et en y joignant les droits d’inscription qu’exigent les règlements administratifs.
Exigences : délivrance d’un certificat d’inscription
3. La délivrance d’un certificat d’inscription est subordonnée aux exigences suivantes en matière d’inscription :
1. L’auteur de la demande fournit le détail des renseignements suivants le concernant :
i. Toute déclaration de culpabilité pour une infraction criminelle ou une infraction se rapportant à la réglementation
de l’exercice de la profession.
ii. Toute constatation de faute professionnelle, d’incompétence ou d’incapacité faite en Ontario et se rapportant à
une autre profession de la santé ou faite dans un autre territoire et se rapportant à la profession ou à une autre
profession de la santé.
iii. Toute instance pour cause de faute professionnelle, d’incompétence ou d’incapacité en cours en Ontario et se
rapportant à une autre profession de la santé ou en cours dans un autre territoire et se rapportant à la profession
ou à une autre profession de la santé.
2. L’auteur de la demande est capable de parler et d’écrire le français ou l’anglais avec une aisance raisonnable.
3. L’auteur de la demande est citoyen canadien ou résident permanent du Canada ou est autorisé, en vertu de la Loi sur
l’immigration et la protection des réfugiés (Canada), à exercer la profession.
Conditions et restrictions : tout certificat
4. Tout certificat d’inscription est assorti de la condition selon laquelle le membre fournit à l’Ordre le détail des faits
suivants le concernant qui se produisent ou qui surviennent après son inscription :
1. Toute déclaration de culpabilité pour une infraction quelconque.
2. Toute constatation de faute professionnelle, d’incompétence ou d’incapacité faite en Ontario et se rapportant à une
autre profession de la santé ou faite dans un autre territoire et se rapportant à la profession ou à une autre profession
de la santé.
3. Toute instance pour cause de faute professionnelle, d’incompétence ou d’incapacité en cours en Ontario et se rapportant
à une autre profession de la santé ou en cours dans un autre territoire et se rapportant à la profession ou à une autre
profession de la santé.
4. Toute constatation de négligence ou faute professionnelle faite dans quelque territoire que ce soit.
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5. Toute instance dans quelque territoire que ce soit et dans le cadre de laquelle il est allégué que le membre a commis
une négligence ou faute professionnelle se rapportant à l’exercice d’une profession de la santé.
Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie
Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie
5. (1) Sous réserve des paragraphes (2) à (6), l’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue
autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie ne peut se soustraire aux exigences suivantes en matière d’inscription :
1.Détenir un doctorat décerné, selon le cas :
i. au terme d’un programme en psychologie agréé par la Société canadienne de psychologie ou par un autre
organisme d’agrément approuvé par le conseil à cette fin,
ii. au terme d’un programme en psychologie qu’un sous-comité du comité d’inscription juge équivalent à un
programme visé à la sous-disposition i,
iii. au terme d’un programme en psychologie offert par un établissement d’enseignement à l’extérieur du Canada
ou des États-Unis d’Amérique qu’un sous-comité du comité d’inscription juge essentiellement semblable à un
programme visé à la sous-disposition i.
2. Avoir exercé la profession sous supervision au niveau postdoctoral pendant au moins 1 500 heures, approuvées par
le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription et effectuées pendant que, d’une part, il était un membre
titulaire d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision et
que, d’autre part, cette supervision était exercée par un membre satisfaisant aux exigences du paragraphe 12 (3).
3. Avoir réussi l’examen de pratique professionnelle en psychologie administré par l’Association of State and Provincial
Psychology Boards ou un ou plusieurs autres examens des connaissances ou de la compétence établis ou approuvés
par le conseil ou par un organisme approuvé par le conseil à cette fin.
4. Avoir réussi l’examen oral établi ou approuvé par le conseil.
5. Avoir réussi l’examen sur la jurisprudence et la déontologie établi ou approuvé par le conseil.
6. Avoir terminé tous les cours de formation professionnelle supplémentaires ou acquis toute l’expérience supplémentaire
qui, de l’avis d’un sous-comité du comité d’inscription, sont nécessaires en vue de s’assurer qu’il possède les
compétences pour exercer la profession de psychologue de façon autonome dans le domaine dans lequel il entend
l’exercer.
(2) L’auteur d’une demande qui détient un doctorat décerné au terme d’un programme en psychologie visé à la sousdisposition 1 iii du paragraphe (1) ne doit être considéré comme ayant satisfait aux exigences de la disposition 1 du
paragraphe (1) que s’il a réussi les évaluations ou les cours de formation supplémentaires ou acquis l’expérience supervisée
supplémentaire, le cas échéant, qui, de l’avis d’un sous-comité du comité d’inscription, sont nécessaires en vue de s’assurer
qu’il possède des compétences équivalentes à celles de l’auteur d’une demande détenant un doctorat décerné au terme d’un
programme visé à la sous-disposition 1 i du paragraphe (1).
(3) L’auteur d’une demande qui, au moment de présenter sa demande, est inscrit ou autorisé à exercer la profession dans
un territoire à l’extérieur du Canada n’est pas tenu de satisfaire aux exigences des dispositions 1, 2, 3, 4 et 6 du paragraphe
(1) s’il satisfait aux exigences suivantes :
1.Être inscrit à titre de psychologue en règle dans un territoire, selon le cas :
i. avec lequel l’Ordre maintient une entente de réciprocité à la date de la présentation de sa demande,
ii. considéré par un sous-comité du comité d’inscription comme ayant des exigences en matière d’inscription
équivalentes à celles de l’Ordre en ce qui concerne la délivrance de certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue
autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie.
2. Avoir participé à une entrevue réalisée par un sous-comité d’examinateurs nommés par le registrateur et avoir été
considéré par ce sous-comité comme possédant les compétences pour exercer la profession de psychologue dans le
domaine dans lequel il entend l’exercer.
3. Satisfaire, si l’auteur de la demande est incapable de convaincre le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription
qu’il a exercé, à un moment donné au cours de la période de 24 mois précédant la date de sa demande, la profession
de psychologue dans la mesure où le permettrait un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice
autonome de la psychologie, aux exigences supplémentaires en matière de formation, d’expérience, d’examens ou
d’évaluations qui, de l’avis d’un tel sous-comité, sont nécessaires pour s’assurer qu’il possède les compétences pour
exercer la profession de psychologue de façon autonome dans le domaine dans lequel il entend l’exercer.
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(4) Si l’auteur d’une demande est un membre en règle titulaire d’un certificat d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la
psychologie en milieu universitaire, le registrateur lui délivre un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant
l’exercice autonome de la psychologie s’il satisfait aux exigences suivantes :
a) avoir été, au moment de la délivrance de son certificat d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie en milieu
universitaire, un membre titulaire d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome
de la psychologie;
b) présenter au registrateur, par écrit, une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice
autonome de la psychologie au moins 60 jours avant la date à laquelle il se propose de commencer à exercer la
profession de psychologue à titre de membre titulaire d’un tel certificat;
c) remplir les conditions qu’impose un sous-comité du comité d’inscription qui, de l’avis de ce sous-comité, sont
nécessaires pour s’assurer qu’il possède des compétences à jour pour exercer la profession de psychologue dans les
domaines dans lesquels il se propose de l’exercer.
(5) Si l’auteur d’une demande est un membre en règle titulaire d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de membre inactif, le
registrateur lui délivre un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie s’il
satisfait aux exigences suivantes :
a) avoir été, au moment de la délivrance de son certificat d’inscription à titre de membre inactif, un membre titulaire d’un
certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie;
b) présenter au registrateur, par écrit, une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice
autonome de la psychologie au moins 60 jours avant la date à laquelle il se propose de commencer à exercer la
profession de psychologue à titre de membre titulaire d’un tel certificat;
c) remplir les conditions qu’impose un sous-comité du comité d’inscription qui, de l’avis de ce sous-comité, sont
nécessaires pour s’assurer qu’il possède des compétences à jour pour exercer la profession de psychologue dans les
domaines dans lesquels il se propose de l’exercer.
(6) Si l’auteur d’une demande est un membre en règle titulaire d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite,
le registrateur lui délivre un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie
s’il satisfait aux exigences suivantes :
a) avoir été, au moment de la délivrance de son certificat d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite, un membre titulaire
d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie;
b) présenter au registrateur, par écrit, une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice
autonome de la psychologie au plus tard 24 mois après la délivrance de son certificat d’inscription à titre de membre
à la retraite et au moins 60 jours avant la date à laquelle il se propose de commencer à exercer la profession de
psychologue à titre de membre titulaire d’un tel certificat;
c) remplir les conditions qu’impose un sous-comité du comité d’inscription qui, de l’avis de ce sous-comité, sont
nécessaires pour s’assurer qu’il possède des compétences à jour pour exercer la profession de psychologue dans les
domaines dans lesquels il se propose de l’exercer.
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
6. (1) L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la
psychologie visé par l’article 22.18 du Code des professions de la santé est réputé avoir satisfait aux exigences des dispositions
1, 2, 3, 4 et 6 du paragraphe 5 (1) du présent règlement.
(2) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) ne peut se soustraire à l’exigence en matière d’inscription voulant qu’il
fournisse un ou plusieurs certificats ou une ou plusieurs lettres, ou encore une autre preuve que le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription juge satisfaisante, qui confirment qu’il est un psychologue en règle dans chaque territoire dont
il détient un certificat extraprovincial.
(3) Si l’auteur d’une demande auquel le paragraphe (1) s’applique est incapable de convaincre le registrateur ou un
sous-comité du comité d’inscription qu’il a exercé, à un moment donné au cours des deux années précédant la date de sa
demande, la profession de psychologue dans la mesure où le permettrait un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue
autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie, il doit satisfaire aux exigences significatives supplémentaires en matière
de formation, d’expérience, d’examens ou d’évaluations que peut préciser un tel sous-comité.
(4) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) est réputé avoir satisfait à l’exigence de la disposition 2 de l’article 3
si les exigences en matière de délivrance du certificat extraprovincial comprenaient des exigences relatives aux compétences
linguistiques équivalentes aux exigences que prévoit cette disposition.
(5) Malgré le paragraphe (1), l’auteur d’une demande n’est pas réputé avoir satisfait à une exigence si celle-ci est
mentionnée au paragraphe 22.18 (3) du Code des professions de la santé.
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Conditions et restrictions
7. Le certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie est assorti de la
condition et restriction selon laquelle le membre ne peut exercer la profession que dans les domaines suivants, selon le cas :
a) les domaines d’exercice de la profession dans lesquels le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription
l’autorise à exercer;
b) les autres domaines d’exercice de la profession dans lesquels le membre exerce sous la supervision d’un membre
autorisé par le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription à exercer dans ces domaines et titulaire soit d’un
certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie, soit d’un certificat
d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie.
Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la
psychologie
Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie
8. L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de
la psychologie ne peut se soustraire à l’exigence voulant qu’il soit inscrit à titre de psychologue en règle dans un territoire,
selon le cas :
a) avec lequel l’Ordre maintient une entente de réciprocité écrite à la date de la présentation de sa demande;
b) considéré par un sous-comité du comité d’inscription comme ayant des exigences en matière d’inscription équivalentes
à celles de l’Ordre en ce qui concerne la délivrance de certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant
l’exercice autonome de la psychologie.
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
9. (1) L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire
de la psychologie visé par l’article 22.18 du Code des professions de la santé est réputé avoir satisfait aux exigences de
l’article 8 du présent règlement.
(2) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) ne peut se soustraire à l’exigence en matière d’inscription voulant qu’il
fournisse un ou plusieurs certificats ou une ou plusieurs lettres, ou encore une autre preuve que le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription juge satisfaisante, qui confirment qu’il est un psychologue en règle dans chaque territoire dont
il détient un certificat extraprovincial.
(3) Si l’auteur d’une demande auquel le paragraphe (1) s’applique est incapable de convaincre le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription qu’il a exercé, à un moment donné au cours des deux années précédant la date de sa demande,
la profession de psychologue dans la mesure où le permettrait un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant
l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie, il doit satisfaire aux exigences significatives supplémentaires en matière
de formation, d’expérience, d’examens ou d’évaluations que peut préciser un tel sous-comité.
(4) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) est réputé avoir satisfait à l’exigence de la disposition 2 de l’article 3
si les exigences en matière de délivrance du certificat extraprovincial comprenaient des exigences relatives aux compétences
linguistiques équivalentes aux exigences que prévoit cette disposition.
(5) Malgré le paragraphe (1), l’auteur d’une demande n’est pas réputé avoir satisfait à une exigence si celle-ci est
mentionnée au paragraphe 22.18 (3) du Code des professions de la santé.
Conditions et restrictions
10. Le certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie est
assorti de la condition et restriction selon laquelle le membre ne peut exercer la profession que dans les domaines suivants,
selon le cas :
a) les domaines d’exercice de la profession dans lesquels le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription
l’autorise à exercer;
b) les autres domaines d’exercice de la profession dans lesquels le membre exerce sous la supervision d’un membre
autorisé par le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription à exercer dans ces domaines et titulaire soit d’un
certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie, soit d’un certificat
d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie.
Expiration
11. Le certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie expire
12 mois après la date de sa délivrance.
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Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous
supervision
Certificats d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision
12. (1) L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie
sous supervision ne peut se soustraire aux exigences suivantes en matière d’inscription :
1.Détenir un doctorat décerné, selon le cas :
i. au terme d’un programme en psychologie agréé par la Société canadienne de psychologie ou par un autre
organisme d’agrément approuvé par le conseil à cette fin,
ii. au terme d’un programme en psychologie qu’un sous-comité du comité d’inscription juge équivalent à un
programme visé à la sous-disposition i,
iii. au terme d’un programme en psychologie offert par un établissement d’enseignement à l’extérieur du Canada
ou des États-Unis d’Amérique qu’un sous-comité du comité d’inscription juge essentiellement semblable à un
programme visé à la sous-disposition i.
2. Fournir à l’Ordre un engagement signé par deux superviseurs portant qu’ils s’engagent, d’une part, à former le futur
membre et à superviser et à évaluer son exercice de la profession et, d’autre part, à fournir des rapports sous la forme
et de la manière que précise le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription.
(2) L’auteur d’une demande qui détient un doctorat décerné au terme d’un programme en psychologie visé à la sousdisposition 1 iii du paragraphe (1) ne doit être considéré comme ayant satisfait aux exigences de la disposition 1 du
paragraphe (1) que s’il a réussi les évaluations ou les cours de formation supplémentaires ou acquis l’expérience supervisée
supplémentaire, le cas échéant, qui, de l’avis d’un sous-comité du comité d’inscription, sont nécessaires en vue de s’assurer
qu’il possède des compétences équivalentes à celles de l’auteur d’une demande détenant un doctorat décerné au terme d’un
programme visé à la sous-disposition 1 i du paragraphe (1).
(3) L’engagement signé ne doit être considéré comme satisfaisant à l’exigence de la disposition 2 du paragraphe (1) que
si chaque superviseur proposé qui l’a signé satisfait à toutes les exigences suivantes :
1. Être membre titulaire soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la
psychologie, soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la
psychologie.
2. Détenir un certificat d’inscription non assorti de conditions ou de restrictions imposées à la suite d’une instance portant
sur la discipline ou l’aptitude professionnelle.
3. Ne pas faire l’objet d’une instance en cours portant sur la discipline ou l’aptitude professionnelle.
4. Être autorisé par le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription à exercer dans les mêmes domaines de la
profession et avec les mêmes groupes de clients que ceux du particulier qu’il doit superviser.
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
13. (1) L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie
sous supervision visé par l’article 22.18 du Code des professions de la santé est réputé avoir satisfait aux exigences de la
disposition 1 du paragraphe 12 (1) du présent règlement.
(2) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) ne peut se soustraire à l’exigence en matière d’inscription voulant qu’il
fournisse un ou plusieurs certificats ou une ou plusieurs lettres, ou encore une autre preuve que le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription juge satisfaisante, qui confirment qu’il est un psychologue en règle dans chaque territoire dont
il détient un certificat extraprovincial.
(3) Si l’auteur d’une demande auquel le paragraphe (1) s’applique est incapable de convaincre le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription qu’il a exercé, à un moment donné au cours des deux années précédant la date de sa demande,
la profession de psychologue dans la mesure où le permettrait un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant
l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision, il doit satisfaire aux exigences significatives supplémentaires en matière de
formation, d’expérience, d’examens ou d’évaluations que peut préciser un tel sous-comité.
(4) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) est réputé avoir satisfait à l’exigence de la disposition 2 de l’article 3
si les exigences en matière de délivrance du certificat extraprovincial comprenaient des exigences relatives aux compétences
linguistiques équivalentes aux exigences que prévoit cette disposition.
(5) Malgré le paragraphe (1), l’auteur d’une demande n’est pas réputé avoir satisfait à une exigence si celle-ci est
mentionnée au paragraphe 22.18 (3) du Code des professions de la santé.
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Conditions et restrictions
14. Le certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision est assorti
de la condition et restriction selon laquelle le membre ne peut exercer la profession que sous la supervision d’un superviseur
approuvé à cette fin par le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription.
Expiration
15. Le certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision expire à la
date qui y est indiquée, laquelle doit se situer au plus tôt 12 mois après la date de délivrance du certificat et au plus tard 24
mois après la date de sa délivrance.
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la
psychologie
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie
16. (1) Sous réserve des paragraphes (2) à (8), l’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en
psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie ne peut se soustraire aux exigences suivantes en matière
d’inscription :
1. Détenir une maîtrise décernée au terme d’un programme en psychologie qui répond aux critères suivants :
i. il est offert dans un établissement qui est :
A. soit un établissement canadien légalement autorisé à décerner ce grade,
B. soit un établissement situé aux États-Unis d’Amérique qui est agréé :
1. soit par un organisme d’agrément reconnu par le ministre de l’Éducation des États-Unis comme étant
une autorité fiable en ce qui concerne la qualité de l’enseignement ou de la formation dispensée par
des établissements d’enseignement supérieur,
2. soit par un autre organisme d’agrément approuvé par le conseil,
C. soit un établissement situé dans un autre pays que le Canada ou les États-Unis d’Amérique et qui est jugé
équivalent à un établissement visé à la sous-sous-disposition A :
1. soit par un service d’évaluation des titres de compétence étrangers membre de la National Association
of Credential Evaluation Services,
2. soit par un autre service d’évaluation des titres de compétence étrangers approuvé par le conseil,
ii. il exige, comme condition d’admission, que l’auteur de la demande ait suivi un minimum de 576 heures
d’enseignement en psychologie au premier cycle,
iii. il comprend les volets suivants :
A. au moins 36 heures d’enseignement dans chacun des domaines suivants :
1. évaluation psychologique,
2. intervention psychologique,
3. normes professionnelles et de déontologie en matière de psychologie,
4. conception et méthodologie de la recherche, et statistiques,
5. fondements biologiques du comportement,
6. fondements sociaux du comportement,
7. fondements cognitifs et affectifs du comportement,
8. psychologie de l’individu,
B. un stage supervisé en psychologie,
C. au moins une année d’études et de formation à temps plein aux cycles supérieurs à titre de résident ou des
études et des cours de formation à temps partiel équivalents à titre de résident.
2. Après obtention du grade visé à la disposition 1, avoir exercé la profession pendant au moins 6 000 heures réparties sur
au moins quatre ans alors qu’il était sous la supervision d’un membre titulaire soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre
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de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie, soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en
psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie.
3. Alors qu’il était membre titulaire d’un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice de
la psychologie sous supervision, avoir exercé la profession pendant au moins 1 500 heures sous la supervision d’un
membre qui satisfait aux exigences du paragraphe 23 (2).
4. Avoir réussi l’examen de pratique professionnelle en psychologie administré par l’Association of State and Provincial
Psychology Boards ou un ou plusieurs autres examens des connaissances ou de la compétence établis ou approuvés
par le conseil ou par un organisme approuvé par le conseil à cette fin.
5. Avoir réussi l’examen oral établi ou approuvé par le conseil.
6. Avoir réussi l’examen sur la jurisprudence et la déontologie établi ou approuvé par le conseil.
7. Avoir terminé tous les cours de formation professionnelle supplémentaires ou acquis toute l’expérience supplémentaire
qui, de l’avis d’un sous-comité du comité d’inscription, sont nécessaires en vue de s’assurer qu’il possède les
compétences pour exercer la profession d’associé en psychologie de façon autonome dans le domaine dans lequel il
entend l’exercer.
(2) Un établissement ne doit être considéré comme ayant respecté les exigences de la sous-sous-disposition 1 i C du
paragraphe (1) que si le service d’évaluation des titres de compétence étrangers visé à cette sous-sous-disposition a jugé que
le niveau de ce grade était équivalent à celui de la maîtrise offerte par une université au Canada.
(3) L’auteur d’une demande qui détient une maîtrise décernée au terme d’un programme en psychologie satisfaisant aux
exigences des sous-dispositions 1 i et ii du paragraphe (1) mais non aux exigences de la sous-disposition 1 iii de ce paragraphe
est considéré comme ayant satisfait aux exigences de cette sous-disposition si les conditions suivantes sont réunies :
a) un sous-comité du comité d’inscription considère le programme comme étant essentiellement semblable, mais non
équivalent, à un programme qui satisfait à ces exigences;
b) l’auteur de la demande réussit les études ou les cours de formation supplémentaires que précise un sous-comité du
comité d’inscription.
(4) Il suffit pour se conformer à la sous-disposition 1 iii du paragraphe (1) que tout ou partie des heures d’enseignement
visées aux sous-sous-sous-dispositions A 5 à 8 de cette sous-disposition soient suivies au niveau du premier cycle, après un
cours de première année.
(5) L’auteur d’une demande qui, au moment de présenter sa demande, est inscrit ou autorisé à exercer la profession dans
un territoire à l’extérieur du Canada n’est pas tenu de satisfaire aux exigences des dispositions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 et 7 du paragraphe
(1) s’il satisfait aux exigences suivantes :
1. Être inscrit à titre d’associé en psychologie en règle dans un territoire, selon le cas :
i. avec lequel l’Ordre maintient une entente de réciprocité à la date de la présentation de sa demande,
ii. considéré par un sous-comité du comité d’inscription comme ayant des exigences en matière d’inscription
équivalentes à celles de l’Ordre en ce qui concerne la délivrance de certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en
psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie.
2. Avoir participé à une entrevue réalisée par un sous-comité d’examinateurs nommés par le registrateur et avoir été
considéré par ce sous-comité comme possédant les compétences pour exercer la profession de psychologue dans le
domaine dans lequel il entend l’exercer.
3. Satisfaire, si l’auteur de la demande est incapable de convaincre le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription
qu’il a exercé, à un moment donné au cours de la période de 24 mois précédant la date de sa demande, la profession
de psychologue dans la mesure où le permettrait un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant
l’exercice autonome de la psychologie, aux exigences supplémentaires en matière de formation, d’expérience,
d’examens ou d’évaluations qui, de l’avis d’un tel sous-comité, sont nécessaires pour s’assurer qu’il possède les
compétences pour exercer la profession à titre d’associé en psychologie de façon autonome dans le domaine dans
lequel il entend l’exercer.
(6) Si l’auteur d’une demande est un membre en règle titulaire d’un certificat d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la
psychologie en milieu universitaire, le registrateur lui délivre un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie
autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie s’il satisfait aux exigences suivantes :
a) avoir été, au moment de la délivrance de son certificat d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie en milieu
universitaire, un membre titulaire d’un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice
autonome de la psychologie;
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b) présenter au registrateur, par écrit, une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant
l’exercice autonome de la psychologie au moins 60 jours avant la date à laquelle il se propose de commencer à exercer
la profession de psychologue à titre de membre titulaire d’un tel certificat;
c) remplir les conditions qu’impose un sous-comité du comité d’inscription qui, de l’avis de ce sous-comité, sont
nécessaires pour s’assurer qu’il possède des compétences à jour pour exercer la profession de psychologue dans les
domaines dans lesquels il se propose de l’exercer.
(7) Si l’auteur d’une demande est un membre en règle titulaire d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de membre inactif,
le registrateur lui délivre un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la
psychologie s’il satisfait aux exigences suivantes :
a) avoir été, au moment de la délivrance de son certificat d’inscription à titre de membre inactif, un membre titulaire d’un
certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie;
b) présenter au registrateur, par écrit, une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant
l’exercice autonome de la psychologie au moins 60 jours avant la date à laquelle il se propose de commencer à exercer
la profession de psychologue à titre de membre titulaire d’un tel certificat;
c) remplir les conditions qu’impose un sous-comité du comité d’inscription qui, de l’avis de ce sous-comité, sont
nécessaires pour s’assurer qu’il possède des compétences à jour pour exercer la profession de psychologue dans les
domaines dans lesquels il se propose de l’exercer.
(8) Si l’auteur d’une demande est un membre en règle titulaire d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite,
le registrateur lui délivre un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la
psychologie s’il satisfait aux exigences suivantes :
a) avoir été, au moment de la délivrance de son certificat d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite, un membre titulaire
d’un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie;
b) présenter au registrateur, par écrit, une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant
l’exercice autonome de la psychologie au plus tard 24 mois après la délivrance de son certificat d’inscription à titre de
membre à la retraite et au moins 60 jours avant la date à laquelle il se propose de commencer à exercer la profession
de psychologue à titre de membre titulaire d’un tel certificat;
c) remplir les conditions qu’impose un sous-comité du comité d’inscription qui, de l’avis de ce sous-comité, sont
nécessaires pour s’assurer qu’il possède des compétences à jour pour exercer la profession de psychologue dans les
domaines dans lesquels il se propose de l’exercer.
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
17. (1) L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome
de la psychologie visé par l’article 22.18 du Code des professions de la santé est réputé avoir satisfait aux exigences des
dispositions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 et 7 du paragraphe 16 (1).
(2) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) ne peut se soustraire à l’exigence en matière d’inscription voulant qu’il
fournisse un ou plusieurs certificats ou une ou plusieurs lettres, ou encore une autre preuve que le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription juge satisfaisante, qui confirment qu’il est un associé en psychologie en règle dans chaque
territoire dont il détient un certificat extraprovincial.
(3) Si l’auteur d’une demande auquel le paragraphe (1) s’applique est incapable de convaincre le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription qu’il a exercé, à un moment donné au cours des deux années précédant la date de sa demande,
la profession de psychologue dans la mesure où le permettrait un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie
autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie, il doit satisfaire aux exigences significatives supplémentaires en matière
de formation, d’expérience, d’examens ou d’évaluations que peut préciser un tel sous-comité.
(4) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) est réputé avoir satisfait à l’exigence de la disposition 2 de l’article 3
si les exigences en matière de délivrance du certificat extraprovincial comprenaient des exigences relatives aux compétences
linguistiques équivalentes aux exigences que prévoit cette disposition.
(5) Malgré le paragraphe (1), l’auteur d’une demande n’est pas réputé avoir satisfait à une exigence si celle-ci est
mentionnée au paragraphe 22.18 (3) du Code des professions de la santé.
Conditions et restrictions
18. Le certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie est assorti
de la condition et restriction selon laquelle le membre ne peut exercer la profession que dans les domaines suivants, selon le
cas :
a) les domaines d’exercice de la profession dans lesquels le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription
l’autorise à exercer;
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b) les autres domaines d’exercice de la profession dans lesquels le membre exerce sous la supervision d’un membre
autorisé par le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription à exercer dans ces domaines et titulaire soit d’un
certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie, soit d’un certificat
d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie.
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la
psychologie
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie
19. L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome
temporaire de la psychologie ne peut se soustraire à l’exigence voulant qu’il soit inscrit à titre d’associé en psychologie en
règle dans un territoire, selon le cas :
a) avec lequel l’Ordre maintient une entente de réciprocité écrite à la date de la présentation de sa demande;
b) considéré par un sous-comité du comité d’inscription comme ayant des exigences en matière d’inscription équivalentes
à celles de l’Ordre en ce qui concerne la délivrance de certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant
l’exercice autonome de la psychologie.
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
20. (1) L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome
temporaire de la psychologie visé par l’article 22.18 du Code des professions de la santé est réputé avoir satisfait aux
exigences de l’article 19 du présent règlement.
(2) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) ne peut se soustraire à l’exigence en matière d’inscription voulant qu’il
fournisse un ou plusieurs certificats ou une ou plusieurs lettres, ou encore une autre preuve que le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription juge satisfaisante, qui confirment qu’il est un associé en psychologie en règle dans chaque
territoire dont il détient un certificat extraprovincial.
(3) Si l’auteur d’une demande auquel le paragraphe (1) s’applique est incapable de convaincre le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription qu’il a exercé, à un moment donné au cours des deux années précédant la date de sa demande,
la profession de psychologue dans la mesure où le permettrait un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie
autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie, il doit satisfaire aux exigences significatives supplémentaires
en matière de formation, d’expérience, d’examens ou d’évaluations que peut préciser un tel sous-comité.
(4) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) est réputé avoir satisfait à l’exigence de la disposition 2 de l’article 3
si les exigences en matière de délivrance du certificat extraprovincial comprenaient des exigences relatives aux compétences
linguistiques équivalentes aux exigences que prévoit cette disposition.
(5) Malgré le paragraphe (1), l’auteur d’une demande n’est pas réputé avoir satisfait à une exigence si celle-ci est
mentionnée au paragraphe 22.18 (3) du Code des professions de la santé.
Conditions et restrictions
21. Le certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie
est assorti de la condition et restriction selon laquelle le membre ne peut exercer la profession que dans les domaines suivants,
selon le cas :
a) les domaines d’exercice de la profession dans lesquels le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription
l’autorise à exercer;
b) les autres domaines d’exercice de la profession dans lesquels le membre exerce sous la supervision d’un membre
autorisé par le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription à exercer dans ces domaines et titulaire soit d’un
certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie, soit d’un certificat
d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la psychologie.
Expiration
22. Le certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome temporaire de la psychologie
expire 12 mois après la date de sa délivrance.
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous
supervision
Certificats d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision
23. (1) L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice de la
psychologie sous supervision ne peut se soustraire à l’une ou l’autre des exigences suivantes en matière d’inscription :
1. Satisfaire aux exigences des dispositions 1 et 2 du paragraphe 16 (1).
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2. Fournir à l’Ordre un engagement signé par deux superviseurs portant qu’ils s’engagent, d’une part, à former le futur
membre et à superviser et à évaluer son exercice de la profession et, d’autre part, à fournir des rapports sous la forme
et de la manière que précise le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription.
(2) L’engagement signé ne doit être considéré comme satisfaisant à l’exigence de la disposition 2 du paragraphe (1) que
si chaque superviseur proposé qui l’a signé satisfait à toutes les exigences suivantes :
1. Être membre titulaire soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome de la
psychologie, soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de la
psychologie.
2. Détenir un certificat d’inscription non assorti de conditions ou de restrictions imposées à la suite d’une instance portant
sur la discipline ou l’aptitude professionnelle.
3. Ne pas faire l’objet d’une instance en cours portant sur la discipline ou l’aptitude professionnelle.
4. Être autorisé par le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription à exercer dans les mêmes domaines de la
profession et avec les mêmes groupes de clients que ceux du particulier qu’il doit superviser.
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
24. (1) L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice de la
psychologie sous supervision visé par l’article 22.18 du Code des professions de la santé est réputé avoir satisfait aux
exigences de la disposition 1 du paragraphe 23 (1) du présent règlement.
(2) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) ne peut se soustraire à l’exigence en matière d’inscription voulant qu’il
fournisse un ou plusieurs certificats ou une ou plusieurs lettres, ou encore une autre preuve que le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription juge satisfaisante, qui confirment qu’il est un psychologue en règle dans chaque territoire dont
il détient un certificat extraprovincial.
(3) Si l’auteur d’une demande auquel le paragraphe (1) s’applique est incapable de convaincre le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription qu’il a exercé, à un moment donné au cours des deux années précédant la date de sa demande,
la profession de psychologue dans la mesure où le permettrait un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie
autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision, il doit satisfaire aux exigences significatives supplémentaires en
matière de formation, d’expérience, d’examens ou d’évaluations que peut préciser un tel sous-comité.
(4) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) est réputé avoir satisfait à l’exigence de la disposition 2 de l’article 3
si les exigences en matière de délivrance du certificat extraprovincial comprenaient des exigences relatives aux compétences
linguistiques équivalentes aux exigences que prévoit cette disposition.
(5) Malgré le paragraphe (1), l’auteur d’une demande n’est pas réputé avoir satisfait à une exigence si celle-ci est
mentionnée au paragraphe 22.18 (3) du Code des professions de la santé.
Conditions et restrictions
25. Le certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision
est assorti de la condition et restriction selon laquelle le membre ne peut exercer la profession que sous la supervision d’un
superviseur approuvé à cette fin par le registrateur ou un sous-comité du comité d’inscription.
Expiration
26. Le certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie sous supervision
expire à la date qui y est indiquée, laquelle doit tomber au plus tôt 12 mois après la date de la délivrance du certificat et au
plus tard 24 mois après cette date.
Certificats d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie en milieu universitaire
Certificats d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie en milieu universitaire
27. L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie en milieu universitaire ne
peut se soustraire aux exigences suivantes en matière d’inscription :
1. Occuper un poste d’enseignement à temps plein ou régulier au sein du corps professoral d’une université ontarienne.
2. Être un membre en règle titulaire soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome
de la psychologie, soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de
la psychologie et satisfaire aux exigences suivantes :
i. détenir un certificat d’inscription non assorti de conditions ou de restrictions imposées à la suite d’une instance
portant sur la discipline ou l’aptitude professionnelle,
ii. ne pas manquer à aucune de ses obligations envers l’Ordre, notamment en ce qui concerne le versement de sa
cotisation annuelle,
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iii. ne pas faire l’objet d’une instance en cours portant sur la discipline ou l’aptitude professionnelle.
Mobilité de la main-d’oeuvre
28. (1) L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie en milieu universitaire
visé par l’article 22.18 du Code des professions de la santé est réputé avoir satisfait aux exigences de la disposition 2 de
l’article 27 du présent règlement.
(2) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) ne peut se soustraire à l’exigence en matière d’inscription voulant qu’il
fournisse un ou plusieurs certificats ou une ou plusieurs lettres, ou encore une autre preuve que le registrateur ou un souscomité du comité d’inscription juge satisfaisante, qui confirment qu’il est un psychologue en règle dans chaque territoire dont
il détient un certificat extraprovincial.
(3) Si l’auteur d’une demande auquel le paragraphe (1) s’applique est incapable de convaincre le registrateur ou un
sous-comité du comité d’inscription qu’il a exercé, à un moment donné au cours des deux années précédant la date de sa
demande, la profession de psychologue dans la mesure où le permettrait un certificat d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la
psychologie en milieu universitaire, il doit satisfaire aux exigences significatives supplémentaires en matière de formation,
d’expérience, d’examens ou d’évaluations que peut préciser un tel sous-comité.
(4) L’auteur d’une demande visé au paragraphe (1) est réputé avoir satisfait à l’exigence de la disposition 2 de l’article 3
si les exigences en matière de délivrance du certificat extraprovincial comprenaient des exigences relatives aux compétences
linguistiques équivalentes aux exigences que prévoit cette disposition.
(5) Malgré le paragraphe (1), l’auteur d’une demande n’est pas réputé avoir satisfait à une exigence si celle-ci est
mentionnée au paragraphe 22.18 (3) du Code des professions de la santé.
Conditions et restrictions
29. Le certificat d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie en milieu universitaire est assorti de la condition
et restriction selon laquelle le membre doit s’abstenir, d’une part, de fournir des services d’intervention, d’évaluation ou
de consultation à des clients particuliers, groupes de clients ou organismes et, d’autre part, de superviser des personnes qui
fournissent de tels services.
Certificats d’inscription à titre de membre inactif
Certificats d’inscription à titre de membre inactif
30. L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre de membre inactif ne peut se soustraire aux exigences
suivantes en matière d’inscription :
1. Présenter sa demande au registrateur au moins 60 jours avant la date à laquelle il entend cesser d’exercer la profession.
2. Être un membre en règle titulaire soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome
de la psychologie, soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de
la psychologie et satisfaire aux exigences suivantes :
i. détenir un certificat d’inscription non assorti de conditions ou de restrictions imposées à la suite d’une instance
portant sur la discipline ou l’aptitude professionnelle,
ii. ne pas manquer à aucune de ses obligations envers l’Ordre, notamment en ce qui concerne le versement de sa
cotisation annuelle,
iii. ne pas faire l’objet d’une instance en cours portant sur la discipline ou l’aptitude professionnelle.
Conditions et restrictions
31. Le certificat d’inscription à titre de membre inactif est assorti de la condition et restriction selon laquelle le membre ne
peut exercer la profession.
Certificats d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite
Certificats d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite
32. L’auteur d’une demande de certificat d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite ne peut se soustraire aux exigences
suivantes en matière d’inscription :
1. Présenter sa demande au registrateur au moins 60 jours avant la date à laquelle il entend cesser d’exercer la profession.
2. Être un membre en règle titulaire soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre de psychologue autorisant l’exercice autonome
de la psychologie, soit d’un certificat d’inscription à titre d’associé en psychologie autorisant l’exercice autonome de
la psychologie et satisfaire aux exigences suivantes :
i. détenir un certificat d’inscription non assorti de conditions ou de restrictions imposées à la suite d’une instance
portant sur la discipline ou l’aptitude professionnelle,
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ii. ne pas manquer à aucune de ses obligations envers l’Ordre, notamment en ce qui concerne le versement de sa
cotisation annuelle,
iii. ne pas faire l’objet d’une instance en cours portant sur la discipline ou l’aptitude professionnelle.
Conditions et restrictions
33. Le certificat d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite est assorti de la condition et restriction selon laquelle le
membre ne peut exercer la profession.
Expiration et remise en vigueur
Expiration suite à la délivrance d’un nouveau certificat
34. Le certificat d’inscription d’une personne expire dès que le registrateur lui délivre un autre certificat d’inscription.
Remise en vigueur
35. S’il suspend le certificat d’inscription d’un membre conformément à l’article 24 du Code des professions de la santé
pour cause de non-acquittement des droits ou des cotisations, le registrateur peut annuler la suspension dans les deux ans de
la date de celle-ci après acquittement :
a) d’une part, des droits que le membre n’a pas payés;
b) d’autre part, des droits et pénalités applicables qu’exigent les règlements administratifs.
Dispositions transitoires
Dispositions transitoires
36. (1) Tout certificat d’inscription qui existait immédiatement avant le 7 avril 2015 est prorogé en tant que certificat
d’inscription équivalent ayant le même statut en vertu du présent règlement jusqu’à ce qu’il cesse d’être en vigueur d’une
autre façon. Il est également entendu que :
a) tout certificat d’inscription assorti d’une restriction concernant le statut professoral est prorogé en tant que certificat
d’inscription autorisant l’exercice de la psychologie en milieu universitaire;
b) tout certificat d’inscription assorti d’une restriction concernant le statut de membre inactif est prorogé en tant que
certificat d’inscription à titre de membre inactif;
c) tout certificat d’inscription assorti d’une restriction concernant le statut de membre à la retraite est prorogé en tant que
certificat d’inscription à titre de membre à la retraite.
(2) La demande de certificat d’inscription présentée, mais non définitivement réglée avant le 7 avril 2015, est traitée
conformément au présent règlement.
Abrogation et entrée en vigueur
Abrogation
37. Le Règlement de l’Ontario 533/98 est abrogé.
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Entrée en vigueur
38. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour de son dépôt.
Made by:
Pris par :
Council of the College of Psychologists of Ontario:
Conseil de l’Ordre des psychologues de l’Ontario :
Robert Gauthier
President
Catherine Yarrow
Registrar+Executive Director
Date made: April 7, 2014.
Pris le : 7 avril 2014.
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ONTARIO REGULATION 75/15
made under the
EDUCATION ACT
Made: April 2, 2015
Filed: April 7, 2015
Published on e-Laws: April 7, 2015
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: April 25, 2015
Amending O. Reg. 400/98
(TAX MATTERS - TAX RATES FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES)
1. (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 400/98 is amended by,
(a) striking out “2014” and substituting “2015”; and
(b) striking out “0.203” and substituting “0.195”.
(2) Subsection 1 (2) of the Regulation is amended by,
(a) striking out “2014” and substituting “2015”; and
(b) striking out “0.0508” and substituting “0.04875”.
2. Subsection 2 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “2014” and substituting “2015”.
3. Subsection 3 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “2014” and substituting “2015”.
4. (1) Subsection 9 (8.1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “2014” in the portion before paragraph 1 and
substituting “2015”.
(2) Paragraph 4 of subsection 9 (8.1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “0.01220000” and substituting
“0.01190000”.
(3) Subsection 9 (8.2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “2014” in the portion before paragraph 1 and
substituting “2015”.
(4) Paragraph 6 of subsection 9 (8.2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “0.01220000” and substituting
“0.01190000”.
(5) Subsection 9 (8.3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “2014” in the portion before paragraph 1 and
substituting “2015”.
(6) Paragraph 3 of subsection 9 (8.3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “0.01220000” and substituting
“0.01190000”.
5. Tables 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:
TABLE 1
TAX RATES FOR BUSINESS PROPERTIES IN MUNICIPALITIES FOR 2015 (EXPRESSED AS FRACTIONS OF
ASSESSED VALUE)
Municipality
Alberton, Township of
Armour, Township of
Armstrong, Township of
Assiginack, Township of
Atikokan, Township of
Baldwin, Township of
Barrie, City of
Belleville, City of
Billings, Township of
Black River-Matheson, Township of
Blind River, Town of
Bonfield, Township of
Brant, County of
Tax Rate for the
Tax Rate for the
Tax Rate for the Pipeline Property
Commercial Property Industrial Property Class Class
Class
0.00944447
0.00884202
0.01190000
0.00637185
0.00320041
0.00528965
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01033335
0.00965705
0.00660676
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00200579
0.00877932
0.01158074
0.01269433
0.01109657
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01283777
0.00658126
0.00985154
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00849606
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01061508
0.01190000
0.00690644
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01530000
499
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Municipality
Brantford, City of
Brethour, Township of
Brockville, City of
Bruce, County of
Bruce Mines, Town of
Burk’s Falls, Village of
Burpee and Mills, Township of
Callander, Municipality of
Calvin, Township of
Carling, Township of
Casey, Township of
Central Manitoulin, Township of
Chamberlain, Township of
Chapleau, Township of
Chapple, Township of
Charlton and Dack, Municipality of
Chatham-Kent, Municipality of
Chisholm, Township of
Cobalt, Town of
Cochrane, Town of
Cockburn Island, Township of
Coleman, Township of
Conmee, Township of
Cornwall, City of
Dawson, Township of
Dorion, Township of
Dryden, City of
Dubreuilville, Township of
Dufferin, County of
Durham, Region of
Ear Falls, Township of
East Ferris, Municipality of
Elgin, County of
Elliot Lake, City of
Emo, Township of
Englehart, Town of
Espanola, Town of
Essex, County of
Evanturel, Township of
Fauquier-Strickland, Township of
Fort Frances, Town of
French River, Municipality of
Frontenac, County of
Gananoque, Separated Town of
Gauthier, Township of
Gillies, Township of
Gordon/Barrie Island, Municipality of
Gore Bay, Town of
Greenstone, Municipality of
Grey, County of
Guelph, City of
Haldimand, County of
Haliburton, County of
Halton, Region of
Hamilton, City of
Harley, Township of
Harris, Township of
Hastings, County of
Hearst, Town of
Hilliard, Township of
Tax Rate for the
Tax Rate for the
Tax Rate for the Pipeline Property
Commercial Property Industrial Property Class Class
Class
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01369548
0.00727986
0.01190000
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01299529
0.01117970
0.01530000
0.00961821
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00662323
0.01111846
0.01190000
0.00999484
0.00476653
0.01190000
0.01155974
0.01190000
0.00929979
0.00568104
0.01190000
0.00978387
0.00488818
0.01079185
0.00640256
0.01190000
0.00738036
0.00991028
0.00300965
0.00522605
0.01007619
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00600170
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00979061
0.01419563
0.01530000
0.01413128
0.00870898
0.00427166
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00802113
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01430000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01024668
0.01135490
0.01190000
0.00776784
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01343999
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01430000
0.01430000
0.00737260
0.01190000
0.01113227
0.01173199
0.01190000
0.01430000
0.01365267
0.01342401
0.01014238
0.00882785
0.01268783
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00899698
0.01071810
0.01190000
500
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.00983513
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01029269
0.00561860
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.00709454
0.01055443
0.00704985
0.00703058
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01156998
0.01474565
0.01309403
0.01190000
0.00415195
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01088549
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00859665
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01073758
0.00854961
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01104995
0.00601109
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00309845
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01159033
0.01190000
0.01094482
0.00996285
0.00729391
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Municipality
905
Tax Rate for the
Tax Rate for the
Tax Rate for the Pipeline Property
Commercial Property Industrial Property Class Class
Class
Hilton Beach, Village of
0.01190000
0.01190000
Hilton, Township of
0.00941278
0.01190000
Hornepayne, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
Hudson, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00576346
Huron, County of
0.01023614
0.01190000
0.00426925
Huron Shores, Municipality of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
Ignace, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00933361
Iroquois Falls, Town of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00820704
James, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
Jocelyn, Township of
0.01065748
0.01190000
Johnson, Township of
0.00989248
0.01190000
0.00757596
Joly, Township of
0.00841093
0.01190000
Kapuskasing, Town of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00795462
Kawartha Lakes, City of
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
Kearney, Town of
0.00546525
0.00670845
Kenora, City of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01056075
Kerns, Township of
0.00551190
0.00864203
Killarney, Municipality of
0.00651462
0.01190000
Kingston, City of
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01394616
Kirkland Lake, Town of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01077931
La Vallee, Township of
0.00984919
0.01190000
0.01190000
Laird, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
Lake of The Woods, Township of
0.01100447
Lambton, County of
0.01417634
0.01530000
0.01174604
Lanark, County of
0.01319703
0.01530000
0.01530000
Larder Lake, Township of
0.01190000
0.00901303
Latchford, Town of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
Leeds and Grenville, County of
0.01344159
0.01530000
0.01428684
Lennox and Addington, County of
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01190000
London, City of
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01530000
Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen, Additional,
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00985192
Township of
Machar, Township of
0.00758676
0.00406663
0.00617959
Machin, Township of
0.01184783
0.00386656
0.01190000
Magnetawan, Municipality of
0.00614230
0.00721625
Manitouwadge, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
Marathon, Town of
0.01190000
0.01190000
Markstay-Warren, Municipality of
0.01005987
0.00760982
0.01190000
Matachewan, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
Mattawa, Town of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01105889
Mattawan, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
Mattice-Val Cote, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00426213
McDougall, Township of
0.00601696
0.01190000
McGarry, Township of
0.01190000
0.00415329
McKellar, Township of
0.01180096
0.01190000
McMurrich/Monteith, Township of
0.00893397
0.00271986
0.00146804
Middlesex, County of
0.01405282
0.01530000
0.01322672
Moonbeam, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01076196
Moosonee, Town of
0.00617290
0.01190000
Morley, Township of
0.01190000
0.00490803
0.01190000
Muskoka, District of
0.00633022
0.00758067
0.00416350
Nairn and Hyman, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
Neebing, Municipality of
0.00522881
0.01190000
0.01190000
Niagara, Region of
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01190000
Nipigon, Township of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
Nipissing, Township of
0.00852027
0.00170747
Norfolk, County of
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01492661
North Bay, City of
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01056091
Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands, Town
0.00839084
0.01190000
of
501
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Municipality
Northumberland, County of
O’Connor, Township of
Oliver and Paipoonge, Township of
Opasatika, Township of
Orillia, City of
Ottawa, City of
Owen Sound, City of
Oxford, County of
Papineau-Cameron, Township of
Parry Sound, Town of
Peel, Region of
Pelee, Township of
Pembroke, City of
Perry, Township of
Perth, County of
Peterborough, City of
Peterborough, County of
Pickle Lake, Township of
Plummer, Additional, Township of
Powassan, Municipality of
Prescott and Russell, County of
Prescott, Separate Town of
Prince, Township of
Prince Edward, County of
Quinte West, City of
Rainy River, Town of
Red Lake, Municipality of
Red Rock, Township of
Renfrew, County of
Ryerson, Township of
Sable-Spanish Rivers, Township of
Sault Ste. Marie, City of
Schreiber, Township of
Seguin, Township of
Shedden, Township of
Shuniah, Township of
Simcoe, County of
Sioux Lookout, Municipality of
Sioux Narrows-Nestors Falls, Township of
Smiths Falls, Separated Town of
Smooth Rock Falls, Town of
South Algonquin, Township of
South River, Village of
St. Charles, Municipality of
St. Joseph, Township of
St. Marys, Separated Town of
St. Thomas, City of
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, County of
Stratford, City of
Strong, Township of
Sudbury, City of Greater
Sundridge, Village of
Tarbutt and Tarbutt, Additional, Township of
Tehkummah, Township of
Temagami, Municipality of
Temiskaming Shores, Town of
Terrace Bay, Township of
The Archipelago, Township of
The North Shore, Township of
Thessalon, Town of
Tax Rate for the
Tax Rate for the
Tax Rate for the Pipeline Property
Commercial Property Industrial Property Class Class
Class
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01271627
0.01059326
0.01001060
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00963720
0.01190000
0.00526950
0.01327529
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01211298
0.01530000
0.01424654
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01046182
0.00834922
0.01190000
0.00586388
0.00772068
0.00609166
0.01189476
0.01069252
0.01325843
0.01345421
0.01190000
0.00467333
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01019496
0.00939406
0.00525331
0.00609150
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01466817
0.01416316
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01124941
0.00599369
0.00010094
0.01185408
0.01190000
0.00811744
0.00893855
0.01159112
0.00805991
0.01217627
0.01530000
0.01104986
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00709941
0.01530000
0.00506160
0.01396261
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01179772
0.01401982
0.01530000
0.01171969
0.00644775
0.00923795
0.01190000
0.00206732
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00579558
0.01190000
0.01034934
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01398754
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01091691
0.00851479
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01363325
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00991418
0.00464819
0.00974414
0.00901572
0.00755203
0.00381578
0.00551603
0.01190000
0.00670391
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01379721
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.00906287
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01111735
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.00696417
0.01190000
0.00571943
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01019242
0.01126608
0.00655485
0.00939012
0.01190000
0.00959955
0.00596790
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00965857
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00828554
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00566232
0.00664499
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00866691
0.00659544
502
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Municipality
907
Tax Rate for the
Tax Rate for the
Tax Rate for the Pipeline Property
Commercial Property Industrial Property Class Class
Class
0.01180561
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01227826
0.01294610
0.01506573
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00688775
0.01430000
0.01530000
0.01076190
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01026644
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01128137
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00548492
0.00788685
0.01413042
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01019142
0.01190000
0.01458488
Thornloe, Village of
Thunder Bay, City of
Timmins, City of
Toronto, City of
Val Rita-Harty, Township of
Waterloo, Region of
Wawa, Township of
Wellington, County of
West Nipissing, Municipality of
White River, Township of
Whitestone, Municipality of
Windsor, City of
York, Region of
TABLE 2
TAX RATE FOR BUSINESS PROPERTIES IN MUNICIPALITIES WITH OPTIONAL COMMERCIAL CLASSES FOR
2015 (EXPRESSED AS FRACTIONS OF ASSESSED VALUE)
Municipality
Chatham-Kent,
Municipality of
Espanola, Town of
Essex, County of
Hamilton, City of
Kenora, City of
Lambton, County of
Marathon, Town of
Ottawa, City of
Sault Ste. Marie, City of
Smooth Rock Falls,
Town of
Windsor, City of
Tax Rate for
Tax Rate for the Office Tax Rate for the
Tax Rate for the Parking Lots and
the Commercial
Building Property Class Shopping Centre
Vacant Land Property Class
Property Class
Property Class
0.01430000
0.01190000
0.01430000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01362300
0.01268783
0.01190000
0.01430000
0.01190000
0.01206133
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01430000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01430000
0.01190000
0.01430000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01416134
0.01190000
0.01004479
0.01190000
0.01430000
0.01430000
0.00693460
0.01268783
0.01190000
0.00807013
0.01190000
0.00636391
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00905901
TABLE 3
TAX RATE FOR BUSINESS PROPERTIES IN MUNICIPALITIES WITH OPTIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLASSES FOR
2015 (EXPRESSED AS FRACTIONS OF ASSESSED VALUE)
Municipality
Atikokan, Township of
Chatham-Kent, Municipality of
Dryden, City of
Dubreuilville, Township of
Elgin, County of
Espanola, Town of
Essex, County of
Fort Frances, Town of
Hamilton, City of
Hearst, Town of
Iroquois Falls, Town of
James, Township of
Kapuskasing, Town of
Kenora, City of
Lambton, County of
Leeds and Grenville, County of
Lennox and Addington, County of
Tax Rate for the Industrial
Tax Rate for the Large Industrial
Property Class
Property Class
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01309403
0.01309403
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01530000
503
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Municipality
Ottawa, City of
Owen Sound, City of
Powassan, Municipality of
Prescott and Russell, County of
Quinte West, City of
Red Lake, Municipality of
Renfrew, County of
Sault Ste. Marie, City of
Smooth Rock Falls, Town of
St. Thomas, City of
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, County of
Sudbury, City of Greater
Thessalon, Town of
Thunder Bay, City of
Timmins, City of
Windsor, City of
Tax Rate for the Industrial
Tax Rate for the Large Industrial
Property Class
Property Class
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01155355
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01530000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00597520
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01530000
0.01530000
TABLE 4
TAX RATE FOR BUSINESS PROPERTIES IN UNATTACHED UNORGANIZED TERRITORIES FOR 2015
(EXPRESSED AS FRACTIONS OF ASSESSED VALUE)
Territory
Tax Rate
for the
Commercial
Property
Class
Nipissing, District of
Timiskaming Board of Education
Nipissing Combined School Boards
Parry Sound, District of
South River Township School Authority
West Parry Sound Board of Education
East Parry Sound Board of Education
Manitoulin, District of
Manitoulin Locality Education
Sudbury, District of
Sudbury Locality Education
Espanola Locality Education
Chapleau Locality Education
Foleyet DSA Locality Education
Gogama DSA Locality Education
Asquith Garvey DSA Locality Education
Missarenda DSA Locality Education
Timiskaming, District of
Kirkland Lake Locality Education
Timiskaming Locality Education
Cochrane, District of
Hearst Locality Education
Kap SRF and District Locality Education
Cochrane-Iroquois Falls Locality Education
James Bay Lowlands Locality Education
Algoma, District of
Sault Ste. Marie Locality Education
Thunder Bay, District of
Allanwater DSA Locality Education
Nipigon Red Rock Locality Education
Lake Superior Locality Education
Lakehead Locality Education
Auden DSA Locality Education
Ferland DSA Locality Education
Tax Rate
for the
Industrial
Property
Class
Tax Rate for
the Pipeline
Property
Class
0.00886091
0.01144715
0.01135002 0.01190000 0.01190000
0.00604136 0.01190000
0.00608422 0.00579935
0.00866735 0.01190000 0.00926676
0.00894781 0.00786396
0.01190000
0.00824311
0.00858011
0.00966859
0.00674445
0.00461891
0.00447084
0.01190000
0.00429007
0.01190000
0.00864218
0.00277191
0.01190000 0.01190000 0.01190000
0.01190000 0.01190000 0.01190000
0.00719280 0.00920770 0.00520976
0.01190000 0.00208633 0.00687369
0.00935212 0.01190000 0.00717388
0.01190000
0.01190000 0.01190000 0.01190000
0.00055887
0.00685180
0.01190000
0.01190000 0.01190000
0.01190000 0.01190000 0.01190000
0.00092711
0.00021815
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Territory
Armstrong DSA Locality Education
Savant Lake DSA Locality Education
Upsala DSA Locality Education
Rainy River, District of
Fort Frances/Rainy River Locality Education (assessment roll numbers beginning with “5902”)
Fort Frances/Rainy River Locality Education (assessment roll numbers beginning with “5903”)
Mine Centre DSA Locality Education
Atikokan Locality Education
Kenora, District of
Kenora Locality Education
Dryden Locality Education (assessment roll numbers beginning with “6060”)
Keewatin-Patricia District Locality Education
Dryden Locality Education (assessment roll numbers beginning with “6093”)
Red Lake Locality Education
Dryden Locality Education (assessment roll numbers beginning with “6096”)
Sturgeon Lake Locality Education
Tax Rate
for the
Commercial
Property
Class
0.00573582
0.00509594
0.00487529
909
Tax Rate
for the
Industrial
Property
Class
Tax Rate for
the Pipeline
Property
Class
0.00439750 0.00273365
0.00816952
0.00583419
0.00165683
0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00523655
0.00294789
0.01190000 0.01190000
0.01190000
0.00970815
0.00775743
0.01190000
0.00870248
0.01069933
0.00593044
0.01190000 0.01190000
0.01190000 0.01190000
0.01190000
0.01190000 0.01190000
0.00998155 0.01190000
Commencement
6. This Regulation comes into force on the day it is filed.
Made by:
Charles Sousa
Minister of Finance
Date made: April 2, 2015.
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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO
ONTARIO REGULATION 76/15
made under the
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT
Made: April 1, 2015
Filed: April 7, 2015
Published on e-Laws: April 7, 2015
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: April 25, 2015
Amending O. Reg. 231/08
(TRANSIT PROJECTS AND METROLINX UNDERTAKINGS)
1. (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 231/08 is amended by adding the following definition:
“power supply infrastructure” means transmission lines and transmission stations described in subsection (3);
(2) Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsections:
(3) For the purposes of this Regulation, power supply infrastructure consists of the following transmission lines and
transmission stations if they are for the purposes of the electrification of a commuter rail corridor and are not associated with
a generation facility mentioned in paragraph 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 of subsection 4 (1) of Ontario Regulation 116/01 (Electricity
Projects) made under the Act:
1. A transmission line that,
i. can operate at nominal voltage of 115 kV and is greater than 2 kilometres in length, or
ii. can operate at nominal voltage of greater than 115 kV and less than 500 kV and is greater than 2 kilometres and
less than 50 kilometres in length.
2. A transmission station that can operate at nominal voltage of equal to or greater than 115kV and less than or equal to
500 kV.
(4) For the purposes of subsection (3), if a transmission station has more than one voltage level, the station’s nominal
operating voltage is its highest voltage level.
2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section:
Designation
Designation
1.1 (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the planning, designing, establishing, constructing, operating, changing or
retiring of power supply infrastructure in relation to the electrification of a new or existing commuter rail corridor is defined
as a major commercial enterprise or activity and is designated as an undertaking to which the Act applies.
(2) A change to a transmission line and the subsequent operation and retirement of the changed or expanded line is defined
and designated under subsection (1) only if,
(a) the work involved in changing the line requires replacement of poles or towers and/or changes in the right-of-way for
existing transmission lines that are capable of operating at a nominal voltage equal to or greater than 115 kV and less
than or equal to 500 kV; and
(b) the changed line would operate at a nominal voltage of equal to or greater than 115 kV and less than or equal to 500
kV.
(3) A change to a transmission station and the subsequent operation and retirement of the changed or expanded station is
defined and designated under subsection (1) only if,
(a) the change requires the acquisition of property; and
(b) the changed station is capable of operating at a nominal voltage of equal to or greater than 115 kV and less than or
equal to 500 kV.
(4) For the purposes of subsection (3), if a transmission station has more than one voltage level, the station’s nominal
operating voltage is its highest voltage level.
3. Section 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsections:
(7) Subsection (8) applies if, before the day section 1.1 came into force,
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(a) the proponent of a transit project described in subsection 1.1 (1) submitted an environmental assessment or proposed
terms of reference in respect of the project to the Ministry; or
(b) the proponent of a transit project described in subsection 1.1 (1) gave a notice to the public in accordance with an
approved class environmental assessment.
(8) In the circumstances described in subsection (7), subsection (1) does not apply to the transit project unless, not later
than December 31, 2015, the Director of the Environmental Approvals Branch and the appropriate regional director of the
Ministry have received written notice from the proponent stating that the proponent will comply with the transit project
assessment process.
(9) The validity of anything done before section 1.1 came into force is not affected if, after receipt of the notices referred
to in subsection (8), the transit project assessment process is terminated under subsection 6 (3) or clause 13 (4) (b) or 15 (20)
(b).
(10) If a proponent of a transit project that belongs to a class of transit projects described in Schedule 1 proposes to carry
out a transit project with one or more other proponents of a transit project that belongs to a class of transit projects described
in Schedule 1, the proponents may proceed with the transit project assessment process jointly.
4. Paragraph 7 of subsection 2 (1) of Schedule 1 to the Regulation is revoked.
5. Schedule 1 to the Regulation is amended by adding the following section:
Transit projects for purposes of electrification
2.1 Subsection 2 (1) of this Regulation applies to a transit project that is carried out by any proponent or any of its
successors or assigns if the transit project includes any one or more of the following in relation to the electrification of a new
or existing commuter rail corridor:
1. The electrification of rail equipment propulsion. May include planning, designing, establishing, constructing,
operating, changing or retiring an associated power distribution system.
2. The planning, designing, establishing, constructing, operating, changing or retiring of power supply infrastructure.
Commencement
6. This Regulation comes into force on the later of July 1, 2015 and the day it is filed.
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ONTARIO REGULATION 77/15
made under the
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT
Made: April 1, 2015
Filed: April 7, 2015
Published on e-Laws: April 7, 2015
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: April 25, 2015
Amending O. Reg. 116/01
(ELECTRICITY PROJECTS)
1. Ontario Regulation 116/01 is amended by adding the following section:
2.1 (1) This Regulation does not apply to the planning, designing, establishing, constructing, operating, changing or
retiring of power supply infrastructure in relation to the electrification of a new or existing commuter rail corridor if the
planning, designing, establishing, constructing, operating, changing or retiring is designated under Ontario Regulation
231/08 (Transit Projects and Metrolinx Undertakings) made under the Act as an undertaking to which the Act applies.
(2) In this section,
“power supply infrastructure” has the same meaning as in Ontario Regulation 231/08.
Commencement
2. This Regulation comes into force on the later of July 1, 2015 and the day it is filed.
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ONTARIO REGULATION 78/15
made under the
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
Made: April 1, 2015
Filed: April 8, 2015
Published on e-Laws: April 8, 2015
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: April 25, 2015
Amending Reg. 628 of R.R.O. 1990
(VEHICLE PERMITS)
1. (1) Subsection 16.1 (1) of Regulation 628 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out
“Subject to subsections (2) and (3)” at the beginning of the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting “Subject to
subsections (2), (3) and (4)”.
(2) Subsection 16.1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following paragraph:
3. New vehicles that are owned by their manufacturer and that, upon being completed, are driven away from the place at
which their manufacture was completed.
(3) Section 16.1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection:
(4) The exemption in paragraph 3 of subsection (1) applies only while the following conditions are satisfied:
1. The vehicle is in transit between the place at which its manufacture was completed and the yard at which it is to be
kept prior to shipping.
2. The distance between the place at which the vehicle’s manufacture was completed and the yard at which it is to be kept
prior to shipping is not more than eight kilometres.
3. The driver of the vehicle is the holder of a valid driver’s licence for that class of vehicle.
4. The vehicle is insured under a contract of automobile insurance in accordance with section 2 of the Compulsory
Automobile Insurance Act.
Commencement
2. This Regulation comes into force on the later of July 1, 2015 and the day this Regulation is filed.
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RÈGLEMENT DE L’ONTARIO 78/15
pris en vertu du
CODE DE LA ROUTE
pris le 1er avril 2015
déposé le 8 avril 2015
publié sur le site Lois-en-ligne le 8 avril 2015
imprimé dans la Gazette de l’Ontario le 25 avril 2015
modifiant le Règl. 628 des R.R.O. de 1990
(CERTIFICATS D’IMMATRICULATION DE VÉHICULES)
1. (1) Le paragraphe 16.1 (1) du Règlement 628 des Règlements refondus de l’Ontario de 1990 est modifié par
remplacement de «Sous réserve des paragraphes (2) et (3)» par «Sous réserve des paragraphes (2), (3) et (4)» au début
du passage qui précède la disposition 1.
(2) Le paragraphe 16.1 (1) du Règlement est modifié par adjonction de la disposition suivante :
3. Les véhicules neufs dont le propriétaire est le fabricant et qui, une fois leur fabrication terminée, sont conduits hors du
lieu où la fabrication a pris fin.
(3) L’article 16.1 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction du paragraphe suivant :
(4) L’exemption prévue à la disposition 3 du paragraphe (1) ne s’applique que si les conditions suivantes sont réunies :
1. Le véhicule est transporté entre le lieu où sa fabrication a pris fin et la cour où il sera entreposé avant son expédition.
2. La distance entre le lieu où la fabrication du véhicule a pris fin et la cour où il sera entreposé avant son expédition est
d’au plus huit kilomètres.
3. Le conducteur du véhicule est titulaire d’un permis de conduire valide pour cette catégorie de véhicules.
4. Le véhicule est assuré aux termes d’un contrat d’assurance-automobile conformément à l’article 2 de la Loi sur
l’assurance-automobile obligatoire.
Entrée en vigueur
2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le dernier en date du 1er juillet 2015 et du jour de son dépôt.
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NOTE: Consolidated regulations and various legislative tables pertaining to regulations can be found on the e-Laws website
(www.e-Laws.gov.on.ca).
REMARQUE : Les règlements codifiés et diverses tables concernant les règlements se trouvent sur le site Lois-en-ligne
(www.lois-en-ligne.gouv.on.ca).
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INDEX 17
Ontario Highway Transport Board....................................................................................................................................................................................................853
Government Notices Respecting Corporations.................................................................................................................................................................................853
Avis du gouvernement relatifs aux compagnies...........................................................................................................................................................................853
Notice of Default in Complying with the Corporations Tax Act......................................................................................................................................................853
Avis de non-observation de la Loi sur l’imposition des sociétés.................................................................................................................................................853
Cancellation of Certificate of Incorporation (Corporations Tax Act Defaulters)..............................................................................................................................855
Annulation de certificat de constitution (Non-observation de la Loi sur l’imposition des sociétés)...........................................................................................855
Certificate of Dissolution..................................................................................................................................................................................................................856
Certificat de dissolution................................................................................................................................................................................................................856
Cancellation for Filing Default (Corporations Act)..........................................................................................................................................................................857
Annulation pour omission de se conformer à une obligation de dépôt (Loi sur les personnes morales).....................................................................................857
Ontario Securities Commission........................................................................................................................................................................................................857
Ontario Energy Board.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................858
Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills....................................................................................................................................................................859
Demandes au Parlement provincial — Projets de loi d’intérêt privé...........................................................................................................................................859
Applications to Provincial Parliament..............................................................................................................................................................................................859
Demandes au Parlement provincial..............................................................................................................................................................................................859
Corporation Notices..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................859
Avis relatifs aux compagnies........................................................................................................................................................................................................859
SHERIFF’S SALE OF LANDS.......................................................................................................................................................................................................859
VENTES DE TERRAINS PAR LE SHÉRIF...............................................................................................................................................................................859
SALE OF LAND FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC TENDER...................................................................................................................................................864
VENTES DE TERRAINS PAR APPEL D'OFFRES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT.....................................................................................................................864
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF WELLAND.............................................................................................................................................................864
THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF SOUTH BRUCE..................................................................................................................................865
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF PERTH..................................................................................................................................................................865
THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF WAWA..................................................................................................................................................866
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF MARKHAM............................................................................................................................................................866
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF WINDSOR...............................................................................................................................................................867
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF CALEDON...........................................................................................................................................................868
SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC AUCTION......................................................................................................................................................................................869
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF COLLINGWOOD................................................................................................................................................869
PUBLICATIONS UNDER PART III (REGULATIONS) OF THE LEGISLATION ACT, 2006
RÈGLEMENTS PUBLIÉS EN APPLICATION DE LA PARTIE III (RÈGLEMENTS) DE LA LOI DE 2006 SUR LA LÉGISLATION..............................871
CHIROPODY ACT, 1991
EDUCATION ACT
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT
PSYCHOLOGY ACT, 1991
PSYCHOLOGY ACT, 1991
O. Reg.
O. Reg.
O. Reg.
O. Reg.
O. Reg.
O. Reg.
O. Reg.
72/15...........................................................................871
75/15...........................................................................903
76/15...........................................................................910
77/15...........................................................................912
78/15...........................................................................913
73/15...........................................................................873
74/15...........................................................................876
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The Ontario Gazette is published every Saturday. Advertisements/notices must be received no later than 3 pm on Thursday, 9 days before
publication of the issue in which they should appear. For weeks including Easter Monday, November 11th or a statutory holiday allow an
extra day. For the Christmas/New Year holiday schedule please contact the Gazette at (416) 326-5310 or by email at
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1) Please submit all notices in a Word.doc format to: [email protected]
2) For a first insertion electronically submitted the basic rate is $75 up to ¼ page.
3) For subsequent insertions of the same notice ordered at the same time the rate is $40 each.
4) Clients may confirm publication of a notice by visiting The Ontario Gazette web site at: www.ontario.ca/gazette or by viewing a
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Subscriptions:
The annual subscription rate is $126.50 + H.S.T. for 52 or 53 weekly issues beginning the first Saturday in January, payable in advance.
In-year new subscriptions will be pro-rated for the first year. A new subscriber may order back issues of the Gazette at the single-copy rate
as inventory permits.
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