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Liquor Licence Act
Loi sur les permis d’alcool

R.R.O. 1990, REGULATION 718

Amended to O. Reg. 434/04

GENERAL

Historical version for the period February 1, 2005 to July 12, 2007.

This Regulation is made in English only.

1. (1) In the definition of “beer” in section 1 of the Act, the prescribed proportion is 0.5 of 1 per cent of alcohol by volume or 0.4 of 1 per cent of alcohol by weight. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 1 (1).

(2) In the definition of “Ontario wine” in section 1 of the Act, the prescribed proportion of the concentrated juice of apples grown outside of Ontario used in the production of Ontario wine is 30 per cent or less of the total content of the wine. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 1 (2).

(3) In the definition of “wine” in section 1 of the Act, the prescribed proportion is 0.5 of 1 per cent of alcohol by volume or 0.4 of 1 per cent of alcohol by weight. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 1 (3).

Licence to Represent a Manufacturer

2. (1) An application for the issue or renewal of a licence to represent a manufacturer issued under section 11 of the Act must be on a form supplied by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. O. Reg. 211/98, s. 1.

(2) An employee of a manufacturer licensed under section 22 of the Act is exempt from subsection 5 (2) and section 11 of the Act. O. Reg. 211/98, s. 1.

(3) An employee referred to in subsection (2) shall comply with section 2.1. O. Reg. 211/98, s. 1.

2.1 (1) The conditions set out in subsection (2) apply to all holders of a licence to represent a manufacturer except that paragraph 1 of that subsection does not apply to holders who canvass for, receive or solicit orders for the sale of liquor by moving from place to place and not from a premises described in that paragraph. O. Reg. 167/96, s. 1.

(2) The following are conditions of a licence to represent a manufacturer that a holder of such a licence must comply with:

1. The holder shall not canvass for, receive or solicit orders for the sale of liquor except at a premises operated solely for that purpose or solely for that purpose and the purpose of selling items related to liquor.

2. The holder shall notify the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming of the address of any premises described in paragraph 1 within five business days of the opening of such premises.

3. The holder shall use a form of purchase order referred to in subsection (3) for receiving an order for the sale of liquor by the manufacturer that the holder represents.

4. The holder shall remit all purchase orders to the Liquor Control Board of Ontario or to a government store operated by the manufacturer and shall not take delivery of the liquor unless the order has been accepted by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario or the manufacturer and a copy of the order is attached to the liquor.

5. The holder shall not keep liquor except for the purpose of,

i. delivering it to the person who ordered it in accordance with the purchase order received by the holder and accepted by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario or the manufacturer,

ii. carrying out market research, or

iii. providing a sample of a new product of the manufacturer on condition that the sample is provided in a sealed, unopened container.

6. The holder shall not keep more than 180 litres of liquor for all of the purposes set out in paragraph 5 and shall keep liquor only at a premises described in paragraph 1.

7. The holder shall ensure that a copy of the purchase order is at all times attached to any liquor that is being kept for delivery to the person who ordered it. O. Reg. 167/96, s. 1; O. Reg. 62/98, s. 2.

(3) A purchase order referred to in subsection (2) shall contain at least the following information:

1. The name and address of the holder of the licence to represent a manufacturer.

2. The name and address of the manufacturer represented by the holder.

3. The purchaser’s name and address and, if the purchaser is the holder of a sale licence, the number of the sale licence.

4. The type and quantity of liquor ordered.

5. The date and time of the order.

6. The name and address of the person to whom delivery of the liquor is to be made.

7. The terms of payment. O. Reg. 167/96, s. 1.

Private Place

3. (1) For the purposes of clauses 30 (13) (a) and 31 (2) (c) of the Act,

“private place” means a place, vehicle or boat described in this section. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 3 (1).

(2) An indoor place to which the public is not ordinarily invited or permitted is considered to be a private place except at the times when the public is invited or permitted access to it. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 3 (2).

(3) Despite subsection (2), an indoor place that is available for rental by members of the public for occasional use is not a private place. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 3 (3).

(4) A motor vehicle equipped with sleeping accommodation and cooking facilities is considered to be a private place while it is parked and being used as a residence. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 3 (4).

(5) Despite subsection (4), a motor vehicle is not considered to be a private place while it is on a highway or a King’s Highway within the meaning of the Highway Traffic Act. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 3 (5).

(6) A boat that is used exclusively to carry freight and is under the command of a person certified under the Canada Shipping Act is considered to be a private place. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 3 (6).

(7) A boat with permanent sleeping accommodations and permanent cooking and sanitary facilities, other than a boat used to carry passengers for hire is considered to be a private place while the boat is at anchor or is secured to the dock or land. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 3 (7).

(8) If a boat is considered under subsection (7) to be a private place and is secured to a dock or land to which the public is not ordinarily invited or permitted then the dock or land is considered to be a private place except at the times when the public is invited or permitted access to it. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 3 (8).

(9) A boat that is used exclusively to carry passengers for hire and has sleeping accommodation for all passengers is considered to be a private place if it is under the command of a person certified under the Canada Shipping Act. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 3 (9).

(10) A boat that is owned or operated by the Canadian Coast Guard is considered to be a private place. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 3 (10).

Hospitals and Institutions

4. The hospitals listed in Column 2 of the Schedule and located at the places listed in Column 1 of the Schedule are designated for the purpose of subsection 36 (1) of the Act. O. Reg. 790/93, s. 1.

5. The following institutions are designated for the purpose of subsection 37 (1) of the Act:

1. The Rideau Correctional Centre.

2. Ontario Correctional Institution, Brampton.

3. Vanier Centre for Women, Brampton.

4. Monteith Correctional Centre, Monteith.

5. Kenora Jail, Kenora. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 5.

Consumption of Liquor for Research or Educational Purposes

6. (1) The board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario may approve the possession, service or consumption of liquor for research or educational purposes in the circumstances described in this section. O. Reg. 62/98, s. 3.

(2) The purpose of the research or education must be,

(a) to educate and train persons in the responsible sale and service of liquor;

(a.1) to educate and train persons in the making and testing of liquor; or

(b) to test the effects of liquor consumption on humans. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 6 (2); O. Reg. 477/01, s. 1 (1).

(3) The education and training described in clause (2) (a) must occur in a post secondary educational institution or at a law enforcement agency. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 6 (3).

(3.1) The education and training described in clause (2) (a.1) must,

(a) occur in a post secondary educational institution with a program of instruction in the science and art of making liquor that is,

(i) a group of related courses leading to a degree, diploma, certificate or other document awarded by the institution, and

(ii) authorized to be offered in Ontario;

(b) be restricted to students enrolled in the program; and

(c) be conducted and supervised by persons who have successfully completed a course on server training approved by the board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission. O. Reg. 477/01, s. 1 (2).

(3.2) Subsections 30 (1), (2) and (8) of the Act do not apply to prevent the possession, service and consumption of liquor by a person who is at least 18 years of age for purposes of the education and training described in clause (2) (a.1). O. Reg. 159/03, s. 1.

(4) The testing described in clause (2) (b) must occur in a medical institution or research facility the object of which is research into drug addiction. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 6 (4).

(5) The applicant for the approval must undertake to supervise the possession, service and consumption of liquor. O. Reg. 62/98, s. 3.

Local Option

7. For the purposes of subsections 53 (1) and (2) of the Act, the following questions are prescribed:

1. Are you in favour of the retail sale of spirits, beer and wine in government stores?

2. Are you in favour of the sale of spirits, beer and wine for consumption in licensed premises?

3. Shall the municipality continue to prohibit the sale of spirits in licensed premises? R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 7.

8. For the purposes of subsections 54 (1) and (2) of the Act, the following questions are prescribed:

1. Shall the sale of spirits, beer and wine in government stores in the municipality be prohibited?

2. Shall the sale of beer and wine in licensed premises be prohibited?

3. Shall the sale of spirits, beer and wine in licensed premises be prohibited? R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 8.

Exemptions from Provisions of the Act

9. (1) The Act does not apply with respect to a product capable of human consumption that contains 0.5 of 1 per cent or less of alcohol by volume or 0.4 of 1 per cent or less of alcohol by weight. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 9 (1).

(2) The Act does not apply with respect to concentrated food and beverage flavouring extracts that are not palatable when consumed alone. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 9 (2).

(3) The Act does not apply with respect to denatured cooking wine that contains 20 per cent or less alcohol by volume and 1.5 per cent or more salt by volume. O. Reg. 230/96, s. 1.

10. Section 5 of the Act does not apply to a person, other than a manufacturer of liquor, who sells liquor to the Liquor Control Board of Ontario. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 10.

11. Subsection 31 (2) of the Act does not apply to a person who, for the purpose of tasting or testing it, possesses or consumes liquor,

(a) in a government store under the supervision of a store employee; or

(b) in other premises operated by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario under the supervision of a Board employee. O. Reg. 285/02, s. 1.

12. A person who is authorized to conduct a lottery event in accordance with paragraph 207 (1) (b) of the Criminal Code (Canada) is exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for the purpose of awarding alcohol as a prize for the lottery on condition that the person complies with any guidelines established by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. O. Reg. 246/02, s. 1.

13. (1) Subsections 52 (1) and (2) of the Act do not apply with respect to the following:

1. Premises located in that part of the Township of Wallace in the County of Perth annexed to the Town of Palmerston in the County of Wellington as of the 1st day of July, 1975 and being composed of part of Lot 21, Concession 10 of the said Township of Wallace and being more particularly described in Schedule A of Ontario Municipal Board Order M 74256 dated the 15th day of August, 1975 and filed with the Ontario Municipal Board.

2. Premises located in that part of the Township of West Garafraxa in the County of Wellington annexed to the Town of Fergus in the County of Wellington as of the 1st day of June, 1977 by an Order of the Municipal Board numbered 76232 and being composed of that part of the southwest half of Lot 5 in the First Concession of the Township of West Garafraxa designated as parts 1 and 2 according to a reference plan deposited with the Land Registrar for the Land Registry Division of Wellington North (No. 60) as Plan 60R-1483-1/2.

3. Premises located in that part of the Township of Bentinck in the County of Grey that was annexed to the Town of Hanover on the 1st day of January, 1967 and being composed of lots 9 and 10, Concession I, north of the Durham Road and parts of lots 5 and 6, Concession I, south of the Durham Road, more particularly described in Schedule A to Ontario Municipal Board Order P85-65 dated the 29th day of April, 1966 and filed with the Ontario Municipal Board.

4. Premises located in that part of the Township of Vespra in the County of Simcoe annexed to the City of Barrie as of the 1st day of January, 1964 and described in Schedule A of Ontario Municipal Board Order N4531-62 dated the 31st day of December, 1963 and filed with the Ontario Municipal Board.

5. Premises located in those parts of the Township of Yarmouth in the County of Elgin that have been annexed to the City of St. Thomas and that are described in the Ontario Municipal Board orders set out in Table 1.

6. Premises located on lands within the Township of Centre Wellington adjacent to the former Village of Elora, being part of Lot 1, Concession 1, east of the Grand River, geographic Township of Pilkington, in the Township of Centre Wellington, County of Wellington, being more fully described as Part 1, according to Reference Plan 61R-6272. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 13 (1); O. Reg. 372/00, s. 1; O. Reg. 259/02, s. 1.

(2) Subsections 52 (1) and (2) of the Act do not apply to premises used as a government store for the sale of Ontario wine if the store is located on land or premises used for the manufacture of Ontario wine. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, s. 13 (2).

Liquor Delivery Licences

14. (1) An application for the issuance or renewal of a licence to deliver liquor shall be on a form supplied by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(2) Subject to section 13 of the Act, a licence to deliver liquor expires on the date set out in the licence. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(3) A licence holder who ceases to deliver liquor shall immediately surrender the licence to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(4) Subsection (3) does not apply if an application is made to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming to transfer the licence. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

15. A licence to deliver liquor for a fee is subject to the following conditions:

1. The licence holder shall purchase liquor only from government stores operated by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario or Brewers Retail Inc. as agent for another person who is legally entitled to purchase liquor.

2. The licence holder shall not purchase liquor from government stores operated by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario or Brewers Retail Inc. before receiving an order from a person who is legally entitled to purchase liquor.

3. An order shall include and the licence holder shall record on an order form,

i. the name and address of the licence holder,

ii. the name and address of the person on whose behalf the purchase is made,

iii. the kinds and quantities of liquor to be purchased, and

iv. the residential address where the liquor is to be delivered.

4. The licence holder shall deliver the liquor to a person at the residential address listed in the purchase order referred to in paragraph 3.

5. The licence holder shall obtain a receipt at the time of delivery, signed by the person on whose behalf liquor was purchased or by another person who resides at the place of delivery and who is at least 19 years of age, which states,

i. the name and address of the person for whom the purchase was made,

ii. the date of delivery,

iii. the kinds and quantities of liquor delivered,

iv. the price paid for liquor purchased,

v. the delivery fee, and

vi. the name of the person making the delivery.

6. The licence holder shall not complete delivery unless the signed receipt referred to in paragraph 5 has been obtained.

7. The licence holder shall charge the following minimum fee for the delivery of liquor:

i. $6 in the municipalities of Burlington, Peterborough, Toronto and Welland,

ii. $5.50 in the municipalities of Barrie and Petawawa,

iii. $5 in the municipalities of Niagara Falls, Orillia and St. Catharines, and

iv. $4 in all other municipalities. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

16. (1) A holder of a licence to deliver liquor shall deliver liquor on the same day that the liquor is purchased and no later than one hour following the closing of the store from which the liquor was purchased. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(2) The licence holder and employees of the licence holder shall carry at all times during the purchase and delivery of liquor a copy of the licence to deliver liquor. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(3) The licence holder shall retain at its place of business, as set out in the licence, a copy of each order form and receipt referred to in section 15 for at least one year from the date of purchase and delivery. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

17. (1) A holder of a licence to deliver liquor and employees of the licence holder shall inspect an item of identification before delivering liquor to a person who appears to be under 19 years of age. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(2) The item of identification referred to in subsection (1) shall include a photograph of the person, state his or her date of birth and must reasonably appear to have been issued by a government. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(3) Without limiting the generality of subsection (2), the item of identification referred to in subsection (1) may include any of the types of identification listed in subsection (4). O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(4) The following types of identification are prescribed for the purposes of subsection 30 (6) of the Act in relation to the delivery of liquor:

1. A driver’s licence issued by the province of Ontario with a photograph of the person to whom the licence was issued.

2. A Canadian passport.

3. A Canadian citizenship card with a photograph of the person to whom the card was issued.

4. A Canadian armed forces identification card with a photograph of the person to whom the card was issued.

5. A photo-identification card issued by the former Liquor Licence Board of Ontario.

6. A photo-identification card issued by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

18. (1) A holder of a licence to deliver liquor shall not carry on business as a liquor delivery service under a name other than the name set out on the licence or a name authorized by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming under subsection (2). O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(2) The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming may authorize the licence holder to carry on business under a name other than the name set out on the licence if the Registrar determines that the public will not be misled as to the obligations of the licence holder under the Act or the regulations. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

19. A holder of a licence to deliver liquor shall not permit free liquor to be offered or given to a customer as a prize in a contest. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

20. A holder of a licence to deliver liquor shall not directly or indirectly request, demand or receive any financial or material benefit from a manufacturer of liquor or a representative or an employee of the manufacturer. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

21. (1) Subject to subsection (2), a licence holder shall not, without the prior approval of the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming, advertise liquor or the availability of liquor. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(2) In an advertisement, the licence holder may, without the prior approval of the Registrar,

(a) state that the licence holder is licensed by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission to deliver liquor from government stores operated by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario or Brewers Retail Inc. to a person’s residence;

(b) state the name of the delivery service, its address, telephone number, facsimile number and e-mail address or the name under which the licence holder is carrying on business and its delivery fees; and

(c) refer in general terms to the types of liquor available for delivery. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(3) The licence holder shall ensure that no advertisement,

(a) promotes the immoderate consumption of liquor;

(b) conveys that liquor is offered for sale by the licence holder; or

(c) targets a person under 19 years of age. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

22. A holder of a licence to deliver liquor shall not deliver liquor to a patient in an institution listed in the Schedule or to a patient in an institution for the treatment of alcoholics. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

23. (1) A holder of a licence to deliver liquor shall not contract out the delivery of liquor. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(2) Despite subsection (1), a licence holder may contract out the delivery of liquor to a person who is applying to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming to receive the transfer of the licence if,

(a) the applicant has filed with the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming an application for transfer and paid the required fee; and

(b) the licence holder has signed an authorization for the applicant to operate the business and has filed the authorization with the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(3) A licence holder may not contract out the delivery of liquor under subsection (2) for a period of more than 90 days after the day the person applies for the transfer of the licence. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(4) The authorization filed under clause (2) (b) shall state that the licence holder remains responsible for compliance with the obligations under the licence during the period that the delivery of liquor has been contracted out. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

Transfer of Licence

24. (1) A change in ownership of a business that is described in this section is a prescribed change for the purposes of subsection 16 (1) of the Act. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(2) A prescribed change occurs in the following circumstances:

1. A licence holder that is a sole proprietorship becomes a corporation and the former sole proprietor is the only officer, director and shareholder of the corporation.

2. A partner withdraws from a partnership that is a licence holder.

3. A licence holder that is a partnership becomes a corporation and the former partners are the only officers, directors and shareholders of the corporation.

4. A licence holder that is a corporation becomes a new corporation and the officers, directors and shareholders of the former corporation are the only officers, directors and shareholders of the new corporation.

5. A licence holder that is a corporation with a single officer, director and shareholder becomes a sole proprietorship and the single officer, director and shareholder of the former corporation is the sole proprietor.

6. A licence holder that is a corporation becomes a partnership and the officers, directors and shareholders of the former corporation are the only partners. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(3) If a prescribed change occurs as a result of the withdrawal of a partner from a partnership, the partnership may, for the purposes of subsection 16 (1) of the Act, deliver liquor if the partnership gives the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming written notice of the change within 30 days after it occurs. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(4) A prescribed change occurs when a person other than the licence holder becomes entitled to any of the profits from the delivery of liquor or liable for any obligations incurred from the delivery of liquor. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

25. (1) A change in ownership of a licence holder that is a corporation described in this section is a prescribed change for the purposes of subsection 16 (2) of the Act. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(2) A prescribed change occurs when a person acquires more than 10 per cent of the equity shares of the corporation as a result of the issuance of shares or a transfer of shares. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(3) In subsection (2),

“equity shares” means the shares that carry voting rights either under all circumstances or under some circumstances that have occurred and are continuing. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(4) A prescribed change occurs when the shares of the corporation are converted into the shares of another corporation with which it merges or amalgamates. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(5) A prescribed change occurs when,

(a) a person becomes or ceases to be a director or officer of the corporation; or

(b) a person becomes or ceases to be a shareholder of a holding company that owns a controlling interest in the corporation. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

(6) If a prescribed change occurs under subsection (5), the corporation may, for the purposes of subsection 16 (2) of the Act, deliver liquor for a fee if the corporation gives the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming written notice of the change within 30 days after the change occurs. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

26. Section 10 of the Act does not apply to a person who delivers liquor on behalf of a manufacturer. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

Warning Regarding Consumption of Alcohol During Pregnancy

26.1 (1) The warning sign referred to in subsection 30.1 (1) of the Act shall be in the form posted on the website of the Ministry of Consumer and Business Services (www.cbs.gov.on.ca/mcbs/english/pdf/warningsign.pdf) and bearing the words “WARNING: Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can cause birth defects and brain damage to your baby”. O. Reg. 434/04, s. 1.

(2) In addition to the warning sign referred to in subsection (1), the warning sign may be in French and if a warning sign in French is used, it shall be in the form posted on the website of the Ministry of Consumer and Business Services (www.cbs.gov.on.ca/mcbs/francais/pdf/warningsign_fr.pdf) and bearing the words “AVERTISSEMENT: La consommation d’alcool pendant la grossesse peut occasionner des anomalies congénitales et des lésions cérébrales à votre bébé”. O. Reg. 434/04, s. 1.

(3) The warning sign shall be at least 8 inches by 10 inches in size. O. Reg. 434/04, s. 1.

(4) The following premises are required to display the warning sign:

1. Premises to which a licence to sell liquor applies.

2. Premises to which a licence to operate a brew on premise facility applies.

3. A government store. O. Reg. 434/04, s. 1.

(5) The warning sign shall be prominently displayed and visible to patrons, as follows:

1. On premises with a licence to sell liquor, in a location where liquor is sold and served.

2. On premises with a licence to operate a brew on premise facility, in a location where persons make beer or wine.

3. In a government store, in a location where liquor is purchased. O. Reg. 434/04, s. 1.

(6) The reference to the warning sign incorporated by reference under subsections (1) and (2) includes amendments made to the sign from time to time after February 1, 2005. O. Reg. 434/04, s. 1.

Transition

27. A person who was authorized by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario to deliver liquor to the public for a fee on July 2, 2001 shall be deemed to hold a licence to deliver liquor under this Regulation until October 3, 2001 unless before October 3, 2001 that person has applied for a licence to deliver liquor in which case the deemed licence expires,

(a) on the day the Registrar issues the licence;

(b) if the applicant is served with notice of a proposal to refuse to issue the licence,

(i) on the day the time for giving notice requiring a hearing by the board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission expires without the applicant requiring a hearing by the board in accordance with section 21 of the Act, or

(ii) on the day the board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission holds a hearing, makes a decision or order and the decision or order has become final. O. Reg. 233/01, s. 2.

TABLE 1

Item

Order Number

Date of Order

Effective Date

1.

P.F.C. 4604

March 13, 1951

January 1, 1952

2.

P.F.C. 7057

January 7, 1952

January 1, 1952

3.

P.F.M. 728

November 14, 1952

January 1, 1953

4.

P.F.M. 2631

December 21, 1954

January 1, 1955

5.

P.F.M. 3856

November 14, 1955

January 1, 1956

6.

P.F.M. 3856-55

January 12, 1956

January 1, 1956

7.

P.F.M. 6580

March 5, 1958

March 1, 1958

8.

P.F.M. 7263

October 14, 1958

January 1, 1959

9.

P.F.M. 9175

March 29, 1960

January 1, 1961

10.

P.F.M. 9631

March 29, 1960

January 1, 1961

R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 718, Table 1.

SCHEDULE
HOSPITALS DESIGNATED FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUBSECTION 36 (1) OF THE ACT

Column 1

Column 2

Place

Hospital

Barrie

As part of the Royal Victoria Hospital — The Community Care Centre for Substance Abuse

Cornwall

As part of the Cornwall General Hospital — Cornwall & Area Social Detox Program

Hamilton

As part of the Hamilton Civic Hospital — Hamilton Men’s Detox Centre

Hamilton

As part of the St. Joseph’s Hospital — Hamilton Women’s Detox Centre

Kenora

As part of the Lake of the Woods District Hospital — Alpha Delta Chi House

Kingston

As part of the Hôtel Dieu Hospital — Hôtel Dieu Detox

Kitchener

As part of the Kitchener-Waterloo Hospital — Waterloo Regional Detoxification Unit

London

As part of the St. Joseph’s Health Centre — St. Joseph’s Detoxification Centre

North Bay

As part of the St. Joseph’s General Hospital of North Bay Inc. — Nipissing Centre

Ottawa

As part of the Elizabeth Bruyère Hospital — Ottawa Detoxification Centre

Owen Sound

As part of the Grey Bruce Regional Health Centre — Grey Bruce Non-Medical Detoxification Centre

Sault Ste. Marie

As part of the Plummer Memorial Public Hospital — Sault Ste. Marie Detoxification Centre

Simcoe

As part of the Norfolk General Hospital — Haldimand-Norfolk Detoxification and Rehabilitation Service

Smooth Rock Falls

As part of the Smooth Rock Falls Hospital — Smooth Rock Falls Detoxification Centre

St. Catharines

As part of the Hôtel Dieu Hospital — Niagara Regional Detoxification Centre and The Regional Niagara Women’s Detoxification Centre

Sudbury

As part of the Sudbury Algoma Hospital — Detoxification Centre (Men) and Pinegate Women’s Detoxification Service

Thunder Bay

As part of the St. Joseph’s General Hospital — Balmoral Centre

Toronto

As part of the Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation (The Clinical Institute) — the Addiction Research Foundation Detoxification Unit

Toronto

As part of The Doctors Hospital — Women’s Own Detox Centre

Toronto

St. Joseph’s Health Centre Detoxification Unit

Toronto

St. Michael’s Hospital Detoxification Centre

Toronto

The Toronto East General and Orthopaedic Hospital Inc. Detoxification Centre

Toronto

Toronto Hospital Western Division Detoxification Unit

Windsor

As part of the Windsor Western Hospital Centre, Inc. — the Men’s Detox Centre and the Women’s Detox Centre

O. Reg. 790/93, s. 2.