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Proposed Amendment to Ontario Regulation 398/93: Designation of Public Service Agencies under the French Language Services Act

This notice provides members of the public with the opportunity to comment on the Office of Francophone Affairs’ (OFA) intent to seek one amendment to Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 398/93 in order to remove Penetanguishene General Hospital (PGH) from the list of entities designated as public service agencies under the French Language Services Act (FLSA).

Rationale

PGH was dissolved in 2010. The services in French for which PGH was designated are now available at Georgian Bay General Hospital’s (GBGH) Midland site and GBGH has been designated as a public service agency under the FLSA in respect of those same services. Accordingly, the designation of PGH under the FLSA is now obsolete.

Background

PGH was designated as a public service agency under the FLSA in 2002 in respect of the admitting, discharge, switchboard, reception, ambulatory care programs, people systems and business office services carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC).

PGH and Huronia District Hospital (HDH) entered into a strategic alliance in 1992 which resulted in the 2008 integration of both entities to create GBGH. PGH was dissolved as an independent corporate entity in 2010.

Provision of French-language services (FLS)

Since its inception, GBGH provided hospital services at the two sites formerly operated by PGH and HDH, in Penetanguishene and Midland, respectively. It has, however, gradually transferred services to Midland with the intention of closing the Penetanguishene location in 2017.

In order to ensure the continued provision of quality FLS to the area’s Francophone community, GBGH has fully implemented, to the satisfaction of the North Simcoe Muskoka Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), the local French Language Health Planning Entity (FLHPE) and MOHLTC, a range of services at its Midland site that are comparable to those for which PGH was designated.

As a result, and at the request of MOHLTC–supported as well by the LHIN and the local FLHPE–the OFA obtained Cabinet approval for the designation of GBGH which came into force on July 1, 2017.

Submission of comments

Members of the public are invited to provide comments on this proposal to the Minister Responsible for Francophone Affairs during a 45 day period that will begin on the day following the date of publication of this notice, at consultation.ofa@ontario.ca, or by mail at: OFA Penetanguishene General Hospital consultation. Suite 2501, 700 Bay Street, Toronto, ON. M7A 0A2.

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Financial Services Commission of Ontario

2017 Statement of Priorities

Message from the Chair and Chief Executive Officer

The financial services sector is Ontario’s second largest industry. The economic growth and financial stability of both the province and the country depend on it. As such, the regulation of this sector, and the more than Last year, the expert advisory panel appointed by the government to review the mandates of FSCO, the Financial Services Tribunal (FST) and the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Ontario (DICO) submitted its final report to the Minister of Finance. 89,000 individuals and corporations licensed by the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), is a significant responsibility.

The report recommended some important and positive changes for the future of financial services regulation in Ontario, such as enhanced powers for the regulator that would strengthen its ability to enforce regulations.

In the fall of 2016, the government passed legislation to create and establish the initial parameters of the Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) – a new independent and flexible regulator that would be “more consumer-focused and improve protections for consumers, investors and pension plan beneficiaries.”

Since then, the government has created a temporary Secretariat responsible for supporting FSRA’s implementation. However, this is a complex project that will take time, and there are still many decisions to be made by the government.

In the meantime, FSCO remains the financial services regulator in Ontario, and the FST will continue to hear cases on financial services matters. We will work diligently to continue to improve our effectiveness and responsiveness, while also being flexible and adaptable to change. FSCO’s priorities for the coming year reflect our intention to focus on enabling innovation and reinforcing expectations to treat consumers and pension plan beneficiaries fairly – important themes that address the needs of today and align with those of the future.

Florence A. Holden
Acting Chair, Financial Services Commission of Ontario
Acting Chair, Financial Services Tribunal
Brian Mills
Chief Executive Officer and Superintendent of Financial Services, Financial Services Commission of Ontario

About FSCO

FSCO’s legislative mandate is to provide regulatory services that protect the public interest and enhance public confidence in the sectors it regulates.

Using a risk-based approach to enforce legislation, FSCO regulates the insurance sector, including service providers who invoice auto insurers for statutory accident benefit claims; pension plans; credit unions and caisses populaires; the mortgage brokering sector; co-operative corporations; and loan and trust companies.

FSCO’s approach to fulfilling its legislated regulatory responsibilities is outlined in greater detail in its Regulatory Framework. Accountable to the Minister of Finance, FSCO also seeks approval for its projects and direction through the Agency Business Plan and reports back on its core activities through its Annual Report.

FSCO Priorities

Section 11 of the Financial Services Commission of Ontario Act, 1997, requires that FSCO publish a statement each year setting out its proposed priorities and the reasons for adopting these priorities.

The 2017 Statement of Priorities provides a snapshot of FSCO objectives over the coming fiscal year. In 2017-18, FSCO will continue to focus its efforts on core activities and initiatives in seven priority areas to:

  1. Ensure financial services industry compliance with laws and regulations.
  2. Provide adequate disclosure of information to enable informed decisions by consumers and pension plan members.
  3. Raise awareness of FSCO’s actions in the financial services marketplace.
  4. Create common and integrated processes enabled by integrated technology solutions.
  5. Enhance the collection, use and sharing of market intelligence.
  6. Be an agile and adaptable organization.
  7. Influence the development of provincial, national and international regulatory policy.

While FSCO has made important progress on these priorities, this year, FSCO sees an opportunity to advance its work by focusing on the themes of treating consumers fairly and enabling innovation.

Treating Consumers Fairly

In today’s complex and interconnected financial services marketplace, the fair treatment of consumers across all financial sectors – and the related stability and strength of the overall financial marketplace – is fundamental.

Treating consumers fairly means putting the interests of consumers first. It means taking the time to understand their needs and putting in the extra effort to make sure they understand the risks and their responsibilities. This concept is nothing new, but it is of utmost importance because financial services touch every Ontarian’s life.

FSCO recognizes the need to empower consumers and pension plan beneficiaries so they have the information they need to make decisions about their financial futures. This year, FSCO will place a strong emphasis on industry compliance with laws and regulations specifically relating to disclosure of risk and responsibility for consumers. FSCO will develop new tools and partnerships to help increase the level of financial literacy among Ontarians and help them identify and reject fraud.

FSCO and industry partners have a shared responsibility to treat consumers and pension plan beneficiaries fairly. This is why FSCO will also be raising awareness of its actions and expectations in this regard by continuing to issue guidance and bulletins and by hosting additional symposiums and stakeholder meetings. These opportunities will also provide a forum for sharing market intelligence on trends and areas for improvement that will help industry participants take action to increase consumer protection.

FSCO will also continue to support discussions, policies and projects at the national level through its participation in the:

  • Canadian Association of Pension Supervisory Authorities (CAPSA)
  • Canadian Automobile Insurance Rate Regulators Association (CARR)
  • Canadian Council of Insurance Regulators (CCIR)
  • Canadian Insurance Services Regulatory Organizations (CISRO)
  • General Insurance Statistical Agency (GISA)
  • Mortgage Broker Regulators’ Council of Canada (MBRCC)

A number of these groups are engaging in work that will empower consumers and pension plan beneficiaries through clearer disclosure documents, increased awareness and education, and a greater emphasis on the consumer experience. We support many of these initiatives. One example is FSCO’s work to support CCIR in the development of a new account statement for segregated funds that would address identified gaps in consumer protection and enable investors to make more informed decisions.

Finally, we note that the mandate review panel, the International Monetary Fund and Ontario’s Auditor General have highlighted the importance of consumer protection as a focus of regulating financial services.

Enabling Innovation

The marketplace drives the creation of new and innovative products, services and delivery models. While emerging financial technology (fintech) provides new opportunities, it also brings new challenges for everyone involved.

In her September 2016 mandate letter to the Minister of Finance, the Premier of Ontario outlined that she wants the province to “foster a dynamic, innovative and growing economy.” With industry showing interest in discussing and implementing innovative solutions, FSCO recognizes the need to find ways to modernize the regulation of financial services to accommodate the rapidly evolving digital sphere.

As the regulator, FSCO must balance moving quickly enough to support product and service innovation, with taking the time to ensure consumer interests are protected and legislative and regulatory requirements are met. That is why FSCO’s relationships with industry, fellow Canadian regulators and lawmakers are so important. Many industry partners have excelled at raising early awareness of their innovative work and sharing market intelligence with us. By increasing efforts to work together in the early stages of product and service advancements, FSCO will be better positioned to support and adapt to new opportunities.

This year for example, FSCO is working to enable the broader use of electronic proof of automobile insurance. This is a modernization in the insurance industry that is already available in some jurisdictions, such as the United States. Last year, by working with industry and regulatory partners, FSCO provided limited approval of electronic pink slips as part of the interim insurance solution for ridesharing. Following consultations held by CCIR and recommendations from industry stakeholders, FSCO will now be moving forward with this important initiative along with other Canadian regulators.

While the Ontario government makes decisions about the overall regulation of financial services in the province, FSCO will continue to invest in ways to modernize and sustain its operations through changes to technology and business practices, creating common and integrated processes wherever possible. This work will increase industry compliance and allow FSCO to be a more efficient and responsive regulator in this current climate of change.

About the Financial Services Tribunal

The Financial Services Tribunal (FST) is an independent, decision-making body that, at the request of affected persons, hears appeals from decisions and proposed decisions of the Superintendent of the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) and of the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Ontario (DICO).

FST has exclusive jurisdiction to exercise the powers conferred under the Financial Services Commission of Ontario Act, 1997 and other acts that confer powers on or assign duties to it.

FST Priorities

Maintain a pool of qualified members to adjudicate hearings

The tribunal will continue to work with the Ministry of Finance and the Public Appointments Secretariat to ensure the appointment of additional qualified members sufficient to meet the tribunal’s expected caseload. The FST will continue to provide adequate training (internal and external resources) to ensure that tribunal members have the appropriate education and expertise to hear tribunal matters to which they are assigned.

Dialogue with members of the legal profession

The FST will continue its dialogue with members of the legal profession through its Legal Advisory Committee to address matters related to its hearing rules, practices and procedures. The tribunal will continue to receive an annual report from the committee chair.

Update Tribunal rules, practices and procedures

The tribunal will review rules, practices and procedures as required to reflect changes to its mandate and other legislated change. The tribunal will review and revise performance standards as needed to ensure that adjudicative services are delivered effectively by available resources.

For more information about FSCO

For more information about FSCO, contact us at:

Telephone: (416) 250-7250

Toll-free: 1-800-668-0128

TTY toll-free: 1-800-387-0584

Email: contactcentre@FSCO.gov.on.ca

Website: www.fsco.gov.on.ca

Twitter: @FSCOTweets

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Notice of Minister of Health and Long-Term Care and Office of Francophone Affairs

notice of proposed amended regulations and revocation of regulation

Local Health System Integration Act, 2006 and French Language Services Act, 1990

The Minister of Health and Long-Term Care and the Minister Responsible for Francophone Affairs, on behalf of the Government of Ontario, invite public comments on amendments to regulations and a regulation revocation proposed to be made under the Local Health System Integration Act, 2006 (“LHSIA”) and the French Language Services Act, 1990 (“FLSA”).

LHSIA came into force on March 28, 2006. Ontario Regulation 515/09, “Engagement with the Francophone Community,” made under LHSIA came into effect on January 1, 2010. Ontario Regulation 417/06, “Committees of the Board of Directors of a LHIN,” made under LHSIA came into effect on August 29, 2006. Ontario Regulation 279/07, “Exemptions,” made under LHSIA came into effect on March 19, 2010. The Government is proposing to amend Regulation 515/09 and Regulation 417/06, as well as revoke Regulation 279/07. The Act requires that the Minister publish a notice of the proposed amended and revoked regulations and allow 60 days for public comment, after which the Minister reports to the Lieutenant Governor in Council, who may then finalize the regulation with or without changes.

FLSA came into force on November 18, 1989. Ontario Regulation 398/93, “Designation of Public Service Agencies”, made under FLSA came into effect on June 30, 1993. The Government is proposing to amend Regulation 398/93.

Content of Proposed Regulations

  1. The proposed amendments to Regulation 515/09 are intended to strengthen accountability for the planning of French language services (FLS) and better reflect and clarify the collaborative relationship between the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and the French Language Health Planning Entities (Entities).

    The proposed amendments to Regulation 515/09 under LHSIA will require:

    • LHINs to collaborate in addition to engage with the Entities.
    • The Minister to consult with the LHINs in the future selection/re-selection of the Entities, and will give the Minister increased flexibility to add or reduce the number of Entities, as deemed necessary.
    • LHINs to work with the Entities to develop French Language Services strategies, as per section 3 (e) of the regulation; incorporate those strategies into their Integrated Health Service Plans (IHSP) as appropriate; and engage the Entities in the implementation of their IHSP and other planning priorities, in support of French Language Services.
    • LHINs to report on planning in addition to engagement activities in their annual reports.
  2. The proposed amendments to Regulation 417/06 are intended to solidify in regulation, changes to the LHIN by-laws to reflect the mandatory establishment of a new Quality Committee in each LHIN. The creation of a Quality Committee within each LHIN will ensure that issues regarding the quality of services and programs overseen by the LHIN have a forum for discussion and resolution.

    The proposed amendments to Regulation 417/09 under LHSIA will require LHINs to have a Quality Committee as one of their three mandatory Board committees. The Quality Committees will review and provide advice and recommendations to the board of directors of the network on,

    • Any responsibilities specified by the board with respect to quality issues;
    • Overall quality of health services delivered or arranged by the network; and
    • Quality improvement initiatives and policies.
  3. Regulation 279/07 exempts the LHINs from the requirement to enter into a Service Accountability Agreement (SAA) with specific types of Health Service Providers (HSP) within a specified timeframe. The listed dates after which the exemption expires are all past due (e.g., March 31, 2008 and March 31, 2009). As such, the regulation is no longer applicable and should be revoked.
  4. The proposed amendments to Regulation 398/93 are administrative in nature and are intended to remove two Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) that were designated in 2015 from the list of designated agencies under the FLSA: Champlain CCAC and North East CCAC. The services in French for which these two CCACs were designated will continue to be offered by the Champlain and North East LHINs.

Invitation to Provide Comments on Proposed Regulations

The public is invited to provide written comments on the proposed regulation over a 60-day period, commencing on July 1, 2017 and ending on September 1, 2017.

In providing comments, please consider whether the proposed amendments to Regulation 515/09 and Regulation 417/06 under LHSIA and Regulation 398/93 under FLSA should be made, with or without changes. Please also consider whether the proposed revocation of Regulation 279/07 under LHSIA should be made. Please be as specific as possible, and provide a full rationale for any suggested changes.

Written comments may be addressed to:

Ms. Alison Blair

Director, LHIN Renewal Branch

Health System Accountability and Performance

80 Grosvenor Street, Hepburn Block, 5th Floor,

Toronto ON M7A 1R3

Email: RegRegistry_PFAct@ontario.ca

The proposed amendments set out following this notice are provided in English and French. We welcome your input in either English or French. All comments and submissions received during the comment period will be considered during final preparation of the amended regulations. The content, structure and form of the proposed amendments are subject to change as a result of the comment process in the discretion of the Lieutenant Governor in Council, who has the final decision on the contents of any regulation.

Copies of LHSIA are available at /laws/statute/06l04

Copies of Regulation 515/09 are available at /laws/regulation/090515

Copies of Regulation 417/06 are available at /laws/regulation/060417

Copies of Regulation 279/07 are available at /laws/regulation/070279

Copies of FLSA are available at /laws/statute/90f32

Copies of Regulation 398/93 are available at /laws/regulation/930398

Please note that unless requested and agreed otherwise by the Ministry all materials or comments received from organizations in response to this Notice will be considered public information and may be used and disclosed by the Ministry to assist the Ministry in evaluating and revising the proposed regulation. This may involve disclosing materials or comments, or summaries of them, to other interested parties during and after the request for public comment process. An individual who provides materials or comments and who indicates an affiliation with an organization will be considered to have submitted those comments or materials on behalf of the organization so identified. Materials or comments received from individuals who do not indicate an affiliation with an organization will not be considered public information unless expressly stated otherwise by the individual. However, materials or comments provided by individuals may be used and disclosed by the Ministry to assist in evaluating and revising the proposed regulation. Personal information of those who do not specify an organizational affiliation, such as an individual’s name and contact details, will not be disclosed by the Ministry without the individual’s consent unless required by law. If you have any questions about the collection of this information, you can contact the Freedom of Information and Privacy Coordinator of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care at (416) 327-7040.

The Honourable Eric Hoskins

Minister of Health and Long-Term Care

proposed amendments made under the local health system integration act, 2006

Amending O. Reg. 515/09

(Engagement with the Francophone Community)

Purposes

  1. The purposes of this Regulation are,
    1. to prescribe a French language health planning entity for the geographic area of each local health integration network for the purposes of clause 16 (4) (b) of the Act; and
    2. to set out the duties of each local health integration network for engaging and collaborating with the French language health planning entity for the geographic area of the network for the purposes of section 16 of the Act.

French language health planning entity

  1. (1) For the purposes of clause 16 (4) (b) of the Act and for each local health integration network, the Minister shall select an entity as the French language health planning entity for the geographic area of the network in accordance with this section,
    1. no later than six months after this Regulation comes into force for the first entity selected for the area; and
    2. upon the cancellation or the expiry of the selection of an entity for the area under this section.

    (2) The Minister shall not select an entity as the French language health planning entity for the geographic area of a local health integration network unless the entity meets the following criteria:

    1. It is incorporated under the laws of Ontario and is a going concern.
    2. It has a demonstrated relationship with the Francophone community in the area.
    3. It has experience with or knowledge of the local health system and the health needs of the Francophone community in the area, including the needs of diverse groups within the Francophone community.
    4. It has demonstrated an awareness of or involvement in the planning or delivery of health services.
    5. It has demonstrated the capacity and skills to engage the network about the local health system under subsection 16 (1) of the Act to further the purpose of the Act, including the ability to provide timely advice consistent with the planning cycles of the network.
    6. It agrees to engage the network on the matters listed in clauses 3 (1) (a) to (f) of this Regulation in accordance with section 16 of the Act.
    7. It agrees to engage the network on the matters listed in clauses 3 (1) (a) to (f) of this Regulation in the best interests of the Francophone community in the area and not seek to obtain any benefit for itself.
    8. It agrees to enter into an agreement with the network about roles and responsibilities relating to the matters listed in clauses 3 (1) (a) to (f) of this Regulation.

    (3) The Minister shall select an entity to act as the French language health planning entity for the geographic area of one or more local health integration network(s).

    (4) The Minister shall consult with a local health integration network before selecting the French language health planning entity for the geographic area of the network.

    (5) If after having been selected as a French language health planning entity, an entity ceases to meet the criteria set out in subsection (2), fails to reasonably engage the network as set out in subsection (2) 6 and 7, fails to enter into an agreement with the network as set out subsection (2) 8, or otherwise fails to fulfill its obligations as a French language health planning entity, the Minister in consultation with the local health integration network may cancel the selection and, in that case, shall select another entity to act as the French language health planning entity.

    (6) Subject to subsection (5), the selection of an entity as a French language health planning entity expires five years after it was made, at which time that Minister shall make a selection as required under subsection (1), either reselecting the same entity or selecting another entity.

Community engagement

  1. (1) For the purposes of section 16 of the Act and subject to subsection (2), each local health integration network shall engage the French language health planning entity selected under section 2 of this Regulation for the geographic area of the network to advise the network on,
    1. methods of engaging the Francophone community in the area;
    2. the health needs and priorities of the Francophone community in the area, including the needs and priorities of diverse groups within that community;
    3. the health services available to the Francophone community in the area;
    4. the identification and designation of health service providers for the provision of French language health services in the area;
    5. strategies to improve access to, accessibility of and integration of French language health services in the local health system; and
    6. the planning for and integration of health services in the area.

    (2) Before carrying out the engagement mentioned in subsection (1), a local health integration network shall enter into an agreement with the French language health planning entity selected under section 2 for the geographic area of the network about roles and responsibilities relating to the matters listed in clauses (1) (a) to (f).

Planning

  1. (1) The local health integration network shall work with the French language health planning entity to develop the strategies under section 3 (1) (e).

    (2) The local health integration network shall work with the French language health planning entity to incorporate the strategies developed under section 3 (1) (e) into the Integrated Health Service Plan, as appropriate, per section 15(3) of the Act.

    (3) The local health integration network shall engage the French language health planning entity on the implementation of the Integrated Health Service Plan and other planning priorities of the network to support the implementation of the French language health services strategies.

Reporting

  1. Each local health integration network shall report, in its annual report, on its engagement and planning activities as described in sections 3 and 4.
  2. omitted (provides for coming into force of provisions of this regulation).

The Honourable Eric Hoskins

Minister of Health and Long-Term Care

proposed amendments made under the local health system integration act, 2006

Amending O. Reg. 417/06

(Committees of the Board of Directors of a Local Health Integration Network)

Required committees

  1. The board of directors of every local health integration network shall establish, by by-law, the following committees:
    • 1. Audit Committee.
    • 2. Community Nominations Committee.
    • 3. Quality Committee.

Accountability

  1. The committees listed in section 1 shall report to and be accountable to the board of directors of the local health integration network.

Duties of committees

  1. (1) The Audit Committee of a local health integration network shall review and provide advice and recommendations to the board of directors of the network on,
    1. the network’s obligations with respect to appropriate accounting and financial reporting;
    2. whom the network should appoint annually as its auditor;
    3. the annual audit plan of the network;
    4. the audited financial statements of the network;
    5. appropriate risk management activities; and
    6. whom a health service provider should appoint as its auditor to audit its accounts and financial transactions, if the network directs the service provider under section 21 of the Act to have such an auditor.

    (2) The Community Nominations Committee of a local health integration network shall,

    1. give notice to the public of vacancies on the board of directors of the network;
    2. inform the public about the objects and role of the network;
    3. identify potential appointees to the board of directors of the network through a local community nomination process; and
    4. recommend to the board of directors of the network potential appointees to the board of directors of the network.

    (3) The Quality Committee of a local health integration network shall review and provide advice and recommendations to the board of directors of the network on,

    1. Any responsibilities specified by the board with respect to quality issues;
    2. Overall quality of health services delivered or arranged by the network;
    3. Quality improvement initiatives and policies.

The Honourable Eric Hoskins

Minister of Health and Long-Term Care

proposed revocation made under the local health system integration act, 2006

Revoking O. Reg. 279/07

(Exemptions)

Exemptions

  1. A local health integration network is exempt from the requirement to enter into a service accountability agreement under subsection 20 (1) of the Act with a health service provider set out in Column 1 of Table 1 until the end of the day set out for the corresponding item number in Column 2 of Table 1, and the health service provider is exempt from the equivalent requirement to enter into such an agreement with a local health integration network during the same period.

Exemptions

  1. A local health integration network set out in Column 1 of Table 2 is exempt from the requirement to enter into a service accountability agreement under subsection 20 (1) of the Act with the health service provider set out in Column 2 of Table 2 until the end of the day set out for the corresponding item in Column 3 of Table 2, and the health service provider is exempt from the equivalent requirement to enter into such an agreement with the local health integration network during the same period. 3. Omitted (provides for coming into force of provisions of this Regulation).

table 1

Item numberColumn 1Column 2
 Health service providerDate that exemption applies until
1.a private hospital within the meaning of the Private Hospitals Act.March 31, 2008
2.A not for profit corporation without share capital incorporated under Part III of the Corporations Act that operates a community health centre.March 31, 2009
3.a person or entity approved under the Long-Term Care Act, 1994 to provide community services, other than a community care access corporation within the meaning of the Community Care Access Corporations Act, 2001.March 31, 2009
4.a community care access corporation within the meaning of the Community Care Access Corporations Act, 2001.March 31, 2009
5.A not for profit entity that provides community mental health and addiction services.March 31, 2009
6.An approved corporation within the meaning of the Charitable Institutions Act that operates and maintains an approved charitable home for the aged within the meaning of that Act.the day before section 1 of the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 comes into force
7.a municipality or a board of management maintaining a home for the aged or a joint home for the aged under the Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act.the day before section 1 of the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 comes into force
8.a licensee within the meaning of the Nursing Homes Act.the day before section 1 of the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007 comes into force

table 2

Column 1Column 2Column 3
Local Health Integration NetworkHealth service providerDate that exemption applies until
Champlain Local Health Integration NetworkUniversity of Ottawa Heart Institute/Institut de cardiologie de l’Université d’OttawaMarch 31, 2008
Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration NetworkHomewood Health Centre Inc.March 31, 2008

The Honourable Marie-France Lalonde

Minister Responsible for Francophone Affairs

proposed amendments made under the french language services act, R.S.O. 1990 c. F. 32

Amending O. Reg. 398/93

(Designation of Public Service Agencies)

  1. (1) Paragraph 63.1 of section 1 of Ontario Regulation 398/93 is revoked

(2) Paragraph 155.1 of section 1 of the Regulation is revoked.

Commencement

  1. This regulation comes into force on the later of (TBD)

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Updated: May 02, 2019
Published: June 29, 2017