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O. Reg. 21/95: MAINTENANCE STANDARDS

under Rent Control Act, 1992, S.O. 1992, c. 11

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Rent Control Act, 1992

ONTARIO REGULATION 21/95

No Amendments

MAINTENANCE STANDARDS

Note: This Regulation became spent some time before January 1, 2004.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

PART 1
INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION

1. In this Regulation,

“appliances” include refrigerators, stoves, clothes washers, clothes dryers, dishwashers and hot water tanks; (“appareils ménagers”)

“Building Code” means the building code under the Building Code Act, 1992; (“Code du bâtiment”)

“exterior common areas” include roads, pathways, parking areas and garbage storage areas; (“aires communes extérieures”)

“Fire Code” means the fire code under the Fire Marshals Act; (“Code de prévention des incendies”)

“guard” means a barrier, that may or may not have openings through it, to prevent people from accidental falls; (“garde-corps”)

“habitable space” means a room or area used or intended to be used for living, sleeping, cooking or eating purposes and includes a washroom; (“local habitable”)

“interior common areas” include laundry rooms, garbage rooms, corridors, boiler rooms, parking garages, storage areas and recreation rooms; (“aires communes intérieures”)

“land lease community” means a residential complex containing rental units that are sites on which there are single-family dwellings that are permanent structures; (“communauté de terrains à bail”)

“sewage system” means a municipal sanitary sewage system or a private sewage disposal system and includes a sewage system as defined in Part VIII of the Environmental Protection Act, and a sewage works as defined in the Ontario Water Resources Act; (“système d’égouts”)

“washroom” means an area containing a toilet, urinal, bathtub, shower or washbasin. (“salle de bains”) O. Reg. 21/95, s. 1.

2. (1) This Regulation prescribes the maintenance standards for purposes of subsection 36 (1) of the Act.

(2) The landlord shall ensure that the maintenance standards in this Regulation are complied with. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 2.

3. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation applies to a residential complex and the rental units located in it if the residential complex is located in,

(a) an area set out in the Schedule;

(b) an area where a by-law under section 31 of the Planning Act or a predecessor of it or passed under any special Act respecting standards for maintenance and occupancy is in force but does not apply to the residential complex; or

(c) an area where a by-law described in clause (b) is in force but that does not contain standards with respect to the interiors of the residential complex.

(2) This Regulation does not apply to regulate standards for exteriors of a residential complex in an area where a by-law described in clause (1) (c) is in force. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 3.

PART II
STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS

4. The structural elements in a residential complex shall be maintained in a sound condition so as to be capable of safely sustaining their own weight and any load or force that may normally be imposed. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 4.

5. (1) Every foundation wall, basement, cellar or crawl space floor, slab at ground level, exterior wall and roof shall be structurally sound, weathertight and damp-proofed and shall be maintained so as to reasonably protect against deterioration, including that due to weather, fungus, dry rot, rodents, vermin or insects.

(2) Storm water run off shall be drained from the grounds of the residential complex and any area below exterior grade so as to prevent excessive ponding, erosion or the entrance of water into a building or structure. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 5.

6. (1) Every roof shall be watertight.

(2) The roof and any cornice flashing, fascia, soffit, coping, gutter, rainwater leader, vents or other roof structure,

(a) shall be maintained to properly perform their intended function; and

(b) shall be kept clear of obstructions, hazards and dangerous accumulations of snow and ice. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 6.

7. Retaining walls, guards and fences in exterior common areas shall be maintained in a structurally sound condition, free from hazards. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 7.

8. (1) A landlord who disputes the need for repairs ordered under section 4, 5, 6 or 7 may submit a written report signed by a professional engineer licensed to practise in the relevant discipline in Ontario on the matters related to the ordered repairs.

(2) If, in the opinion of the inspector, the report demonstrates that one or more of the repairs required by the order are not necessary in order to comply with this Regulation, the inspector shall, where it is appropriate, accept the report as evidence that the landlord has complied with one or more of the repairs required by the order.

(3) If, in the opinion of the inspector, the report demonstrates that compliance with this Regulation may be obtained by a method other than that set out in the order, the inspector shall, where it is appropriate, amend the order. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 8.

PART III
UTILITIES, SERVICES, ETC.

PLUMBING

9. (1) Plumbing and drainage systems and appurtenances in a residential complex shall be maintained free from leaks, defects or obstructions and adequately protected from freezing.

(2) A residential complex shall be provided with a means of sewage disposal.

(3) The means of sewage disposal shall be maintained in a good state of repair. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 9.

10. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), every rental unit shall contain the following fixtures:

1. A toilet.

2. A kitchen sink.

3. A washbasin.

4. A bathtub or shower.

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply with respect to rental units that share a fixture described in paragraph 1, 2 or 4 of subsection (1) as long as no more than two rental units share the fixture and access to the fixture from each unit is possible without passing through,

(a) another rental unit;

(b) along an unheated corridor; or

(c) outside the building containing the rental units.

(3) Subsection (1) does not apply with respect to a boarding house or lodging house as long as there is at least one toilet, one washbasin and one bathtub or shower for every five rental units and all tenants shall have access to a kitchen sink.

(4) The fixtures required by this section shall be maintained and shall be supplied with a supply of potable water sufficient for normal household use at a flow and pressure sufficient for the intended use of the fixtures. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 10.

11. (1) Every kitchen sink, washbasin, bathtub and shower shall be provided, by safe equipment, with hot and cold running water.

(2) The ordinary temperature of the hot water provided must be at least 43 degrees Celsius. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 11.

12. (1) Every washroom shall be enclosed and shall have,

(a) a water-resistant floor; and

(b) a door that can be,

(i) secured from the inside, and

(ii) opened from the outside in an emergency.

(2) Any walls and the ceiling around a bathtub or shower shall be water resistant. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 12.

13. No toilet or urinal shall be located in a room used for or intended to be used for sleeping or preparing, consuming or storing food. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 13.

ELECTRICAL

14. (1) A supply of electrical power shall be provided to all habitable space in a residential complex.

(2) The wiring and receptacles necessary to provide electrical power shall be maintained and shall comply with the Electrical Safety Code under the Power Corporation Act.

(3) Every kitchen shall have outlets suitable for a refrigerator and cooking appliance.

(4) If a rental unit has a meter for electricity for the purpose of billing the tenants of that unit, the meter shall be properly maintained and kept accessible to the tenants. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 14.

HEATING

15. (1) Heat shall be provided and maintained so that the room temperature at 1.5 metres above floor level and one metre from exterior walls in all habitable space and in any area intended for normal use by tenants, including recreation rooms and laundry rooms but excluding locker rooms and garages, is at least 20 degrees Celsius.

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a rental unit in which the tenant can regulate the temperature as long as a minimum temperature of 20 degrees Celsius can be maintained.

(3) Every residential complex shall have heating equipment capable of maintaining the temperature levels required by subsection (1).

(4) No rental unit shall be equipped with portable heating equipment as the primary source of heat.

(5) Only heating equipment approved for use by a recognized standards testing authority shall be provided in a room used or intended for use for sleeping purposes. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 15.

16. (1) Fuel supplied to a rental unit shall be supplied continuously in adequate quantities.

(2) Utilities supplied to a rental unit shall be supplied continuously.

(3) The supply of fuel and utilities may be interrupted for such reasonable period of time as may be required for the purpose of repair or replacement.

(4) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply if the tenancy agreement makes the tenant responsible for the supply of fuel or utilities and the supply has been discontinued because of arrears in payment. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 16.

17. Heating systems, including stoves, heating appliances, fireplaces intended for use, chimneys, fans, pumps, filtration and other equipment provided to supply heat, shall be maintained. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 17.

18. (1) A space that contains heating equipment that burns fuel shall have natural or mechanical means of supplying the air required for combustion.

(2) If heating equipment burns solid or liquid fuel, a storage place or receptacle for the fuel shall be provided in a safe place and maintained in a safe condition. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 18.

LIGHTING AND VENTILATION

19. (1) All habitable space shall have artificial lighting to the level required by the Building Code.

(2) All exterior and interior common areas shall have artificial lighting sufficient so that those areas can be used or passed through safely and this artificial lighting shall be maintained in a good state of repair.

(3) Artificial lighting in interior common areas that meets the level required by the Building Code is sufficient for the purpose of subsection (2). O. Reg. 21/95, s. 19.

20. All habitable space shall have natural or mechanical means of ventilation in accordance with the Building Code. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 20.

21. (1) Every bedroom, living room and dining room shall have a window (which may be part of a door) to the outside.

(2) A window is not required in a dining room if electrical lighting is provided.

(3) A window is not required in a living room or dining room if,

(a) there is an opening in a dividing wall to an adjoining room;

(b) the adjoining room has a window to the outside; and

(c) the total window area of the room is at least 5 per cent of the combined floor areas. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 21.

22. (1) This section applies with respect to every window in a rental unit that is in a storey above the storey that has,

(a) its floor closest to ground level; and

(b) its ceiling more than 1.8 metres above average ground level.

(2) At the request of the tenant, each window referred to in subsection (1) shall be equipped with a safety device to prevent any part of the window from opening so as to admit a sphere greater than 100 millimetres in diameter.

(3) No window referred to in subsection (1) shall be equipped with a safety device that makes it incapable of being opened by an adult tenant in an emergency without the use of tools. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 22.

23. (1) Every existing opening in the exterior surface of a building designed for a door, window or skylight shall be equipped with a door, window or skylight capable of performing the intended function.

(2) Doors, windows and skylights shall be maintained so that,

(a) they are weathertight; and

(b) any damaged or missing parts are repaired or replaced. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 23.

24. Chimneys, smoke-pipes, flues and gas vents shall be kept clear of obstructions and maintained so as to prevent the escape of smoke or gases into a building containing one or more rental units. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 24.

PART IV
SAFETY AND SECURITY

25. (1) Every building containing a rental unit and every rental unit within it shall have a safe, continuous and unobstructed passage from every part of the interior to a safe exterior open space at street or ground level.

(2) A secondary means of exit shall be provided if the Building Code so requires. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 25.

26. (1) Every rental unit shall have an operable smoke alarm.

(2) Every residential complex shall, if required by the Building Code or Fire Code, have operable smoke alarms installed in the locations required by the applicable Code.

(3) The smoke alarms shall be installed with permanent connections to an electrical circuit with no disconnect switch or shall be battery operated. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 26.

27. Finishes, materials, storage and separations between rental units shall be in accordance with the Building Code and the Fire Code and shall be properly maintained. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 27.

28. All habitable space shall be separated by a fire-rated separation from any furnace or boiler. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 28.

29. If a guard is required by the Building Code for a newly constructed or renovated area, a guard shall be provided and maintained even though new construction or renovation is not undertaken. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 29.

30. (1) A guard shall be provided and maintained along the open sides of stairs, ramps, balconies, mezzanines, landings or other areas where the vertical drop from the open side exceeds 60 centimetres.

(2) A guard provided under subsection (1) shall provide reasonable protection from accidents for any person on the premises. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 30.

31. (1) Exterior common areas shall be maintained in a condition suitable for their intended use and free of hazards and, for these purposes, the following shall be removed:

1. Noxious weeds as defined in the regulations to the Weed Control Act and dead, decayed or damaged trees or parts of such trees that create an unsafe condition.

2. Rubbish or debris, including abandoned motor vehicles.

3. Structures that create an unsafe condition.

4. Unsafe accumulations of ice and snow.

(2) An inoperative motor vehicle or trailer that has remained in an exterior common area for more than a reasonable amount of time shall be removed.

(3) Wells and holes in exterior common areas shall be filled or safely covered or protected. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 31.

32. (1) An abandoned or inoperable icebox, refrigerator or freezer shall not be left in a common area unless it is awaiting removal.

(2) An icebox, refrigerator or freezer that is awaiting removal shall have all its doors removed. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 32.

33. (1) Driveways, ramps, parking garages, parking areas, paths, walkways and outside stairs or landings and any similar area shall be maintained to provide a safe surface for normal use.

(2) Parking garages shall be maintained so as to prevent the accumulation of toxic fumes or the escape of toxic fumes into a building containing rental units. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 33.

34. (1) Every window and exterior door, including a balcony door, that is capable of being opened and that is accessible from outside a rental unit or a building containing a rental unit shall be equipped so that it can be secured from the inside.

(2) At least one entrance door in a rental unit shall be capable of being locked from outside the unit.

(3) If a vestibule door locking release and the rental unit-to-vestibule communication system is provided it shall be maintained.

(4) Parking areas that are intended to be secured, shared locker rooms and shared storage rooms shall be provided with doors equipped with security devices that prevent access to persons other than the landlord and tenants.

(5) A mail delivery slot and other openings for deliveries that enter directly into a rental unit shall be located and maintained to prevent access to the mechanisms locking or securing any door or window.

(6) Subsection (5) does not apply with respect to a mail delivery slot or other opening that has been sealed.

(7) Mail boxes provided by the landlord shall be properly maintained and capable of being secured. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 34.

PART V
MISCELLANEOUS

35. Every floor, stair, veranda, porch, deck, balcony and loading dock, every structure similar to any of them, and any covering, guard or surface finishing shall be maintained. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 35.

36. Every cabinet, cupboard, shelf and counter top provided by the landlord of the rental unit shall be maintained in a structurally sound condition, free from cracks and deterioration. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 36.

37. (1) Interior cladding of wall and ceilings shall be maintained free from holes, leaks, deteriorating materials, mould, mildew or other fungi.

(2) A protective finish shall be applied to all repairs made to walls and ceilings. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 37.

38. Appliances supplied by the landlord of the rental unit shall be maintained in working order in a safe and efficient operating condition at all times. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 38.

39. Those portions of a residential complex used for human habitation, including common areas, shall be maintained to minimize heat loss through air infiltration. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 39.

40. Locker and storage rooms shall be kept free of dampness and mildew. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 40.

41. Elevators intended for use by tenants shall be properly maintained and kept in operation except for such reasonable time as may be required to repair or replace them. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 41.

42. All common areas shall be kept clean. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 42.

43. (1) In a building containing more than one rental unit, one or more suitable containers or compactors shall be provided for garbage.

(2) Garbage in a container or compactor provided in accordance with subsection (1) shall be stored and either placed for pick-up or regularly disposed of so as not to cause a risk to the health or safety of any person.

(3) A container or compactor provided in accordance with subsection (1) shall be maintained in a clean and sanitary condition, shall be accessible to tenants and shall not obstruct an emergency route, driveway or walkway. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 43.

44. (1) A residential complex shall be kept reasonably free of rodents, vermin and insects at all times.

(2) The methods used for exterminating rodents and insects shall be in accordance with applicable municipal or provincial law.

(3) Openings and holes in a building containing rental units that might permit the entry of rodents, vermin, insects or other pests shall be screened or sealed as appropriate. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 44.

45. Every existing interior door shall be maintained so that it is capable of performing its intended function and any damaged or missing parts shall be repaired or replaced. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 45.

46. In a mobile home park or a land lease community,

(a) fire hydrants owned by the landlord shall be regularly tested and maintained, and kept free from accumulations of snow and ice;

(b) an adequate supply of potable water and adequate water pressure, sufficient for normal household use shall be available for each home;

(c) an adequate supply of water and adequate water pressure shall be available for fire fighting;

(d) roads within the park or community shall be,

(i) kept free of holes and cleared of snow and obstructions,

(ii) maintained to control dust, and

(iii) kept passable;

(e) excavations made for repairs shall be filled in and the grounds returned to their previous condition;

(f) mailboxes and the approaches to them shall be kept free of snow and other obstructions; and

(g) if the space between homes was three metres or more on January 14, 1989, that space shall not be reduced to less than three metres. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 46.

47. (1) Sewage holding tanks in mobile home parks or land lease communities shall be emptied whenever necessary.

(2) Sewage connections and other components of a sewage system shall be provided in a mobile home park or land lease community and shall be permanently secured to prevent discharge of sewage. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 47.

48. Electrical supply and connections in a mobile home park or a land lease community supplied by a landlord of a park or community shall be maintained in a good state of repair and shall be sufficiently grounded. O. Reg. 21/95, s. 48.

49. Omitted (revokes other Regulations). O. Reg. 21/95, s. 49.

SCHEDULE

AREAS WHERE MAINTENANCE STANDARDS APPLY

Municipality / Municipalité

Type / Catégorie

ADELAIDE

Township / Canton

AIRY

Township / Canton

ALBERTON

Township / Canton

ALGOMA

Unorganized Territory / Territoire non érigé en municipalité

ALICE & FRASER

Township / Canton

AMARANTH

Township / Canton

AMHERST ISLAND

Township / Canton

ANDERDON

Township / Canton

ARMOUR

Township / Canton

ARTEMESIA

Township / Canton

ARTHUR

Township / Canton

ASHFIELD

Township / Canton

ASPHODEL

Township / Canton

ATHOL

Township / Canton

ATWOOD

Township / Canton

AUGUSTA

Township / Canton

BAGOT & BLYTHFIELD

Township / Canton

BALDWIN

Township / Canton

BANGOR, WICKLOW & MCCLURE

Township / Canton

BARRIE

Township / Canton

BARRIE ISLAND

Township / Canton

BARRY’S BAY

Village / Village

BEACHBURG

Village / Village

BECKWITH

Township / Canton

BEDFORD

Township / Canton

BELMONT & METHUEN

Township / Canton

BENTINCK

Township / Canton

BEXLEY

Township / Canton

BICROFT

Township / Canton

BIDDULPH

Township / Canton

BLANSHARD

Township / Canton

BLUE

Township / Canton

BONFIELD

Township / Canton

BRAESIDE

Village / Village

BRANT

Township / Canton

BRETHOUR

Township / Canton

BRIGHTON

Town / Ville

BRIGHTON

Township / Canton

BROMLEY

Township / Canton

BROUGHAM

Township / Canton

BRUCE

Township / Canton

BRUCE MINES

Town / Ville

BRUDENELL & LYNDOCH

Township / Canton

BURFORD

Township / Canton

BURK’S FALLS

Village / Village

BURLEIGH & ANSTRUTHER

Township / Canton

BURPEE

Township / Canton

CALVIN

Township / Canton

CAMBRIDGE

Township / Canton

CAMDEN

Township / Canton

CAMDEN EAST

Township / Canton

CARDEN

Township / Canton

CARDIFF

Township / Canton

CARDINAL

Village / Village

CARLING

Township / Canton

CARLOW

Township / Canton

CASIMIR, JENNINGS & APPLEBY

Township / Canton

CHALK RIVER

Village / Village

CHAMBERLAIN

Township / Canton

CHAPMAN

Township / Canton

CHAPPLE

Township / Canton

CHISHOLM

Township / Canton

CLARENCE

Township / Canton

COCHRANE

Unorganized Territory / Territoire non érigé en municipalité

COCKBURN ISLAND

Township / Canton

COLBORNE

Township / Canton

COLCHESTER NORTH

Township / Canton

CONMEE

Township / Canton

CORNWALL

Township / Canton

DACK

Township / Canton

DALTON

Township / Canton

DAY & BRIGHT ADDITIONAL

Township / Canton

DEEP RIVER

Town / Ville

DELHI

Township / Canton

DELORO

Village / Village

DENBIGH, ABINGER & ASHBY

Township / Canton

DESERONTO

Town / Ville

DILKE

Township / Canton

DOURO

Township / Canton

DRUMMOND

Township / Canton

EAST GARAFRAXA

Township / Canton

EAST LUTHER

Township / Canton

EAST WAWANOSH

Township / Canton

EAST WILLIAMS

Township / Canton

EASTNOR

Township / Canton

EDWARDSBURGH

Township / Canton

EGREMONT

Township / Canton

EKFRID

Township / Canton

ELDON

Township / Canton

ELLICE

Township / Canton

ELZEVIR & GRIMSTHORPE

Township / Canton

EMO

Township / Canton

ERAMOSA

Township / Canton

EUPHRASIA

Township / Canton

EVANTUREL

Township / Canton

FARADAY

Township / Canton

FENELON

Township / Canton

FINCH

Village / Village

FOLEY

Township / Canton

FRONT OF ESCOTT

Township / Canton

FRONT OF YONGE

Township / Canton

FULLARTON

Township / Canton

GALWAY & CAVENDISH

Township / Canton

GAUTHIER

Improvement District / District en voie d’organisation

GILLIES

Township / Canton

GLACKMEYER

Township / Canton

GLAMORGAN

Township / Canton

GLENELG

Township / Canton

GODERICH

Township / Canton

GORDON

Township / Canton

GRATTON

Township / Canton

GREENOCK

Township / Canton

GREY

Township / Canton

GRIFFITH & MATAWATCHAN

Township / Canton

HAGAR

Township / Canton

HAGARTY & RICHARDS

Township / Canton

HAGERMAN

Township / Canton

HALDIMAND

Township / Canton

HARRIS

Township / Canton

HAY

Township / Canton

HEAD, CLARA & MARIA

Township / Canton

HERSCHEL

Township / Canton

HIBBERT

Township / Canton

HILLIARD

Township / Canton

HILLIER

Township / Canton

HILTON

Township / Canton

HOPE

Township / Canton

HORTON

Township / Canton

HOWE ISLAND

Township / Canton

HOWLAND

Township / Canton

HUDSON

Township / canton

HUMPHREY

Township / Canton

HUNGERFORD

Township / Canton

HUNTINGDON

Township / Canton

HURON

Township / Canton

IRON BRIDGE

Village / Village

JOCELYN

Township / Canton

JOHNSON

Township / Canton

JOLY

Township / Canton

KALADAR, ANGLESEA & EFFINGHAM

Township / Canton

KENNEBEC

Township / Canton

KENORA

Unorganized Territory / Territoire non érigé en municipalité

KENYON

Township / Canton

KERNS

Township / Canton

KILLALOE

Village / Village

KINGSTON

Township / Canton

KITLEY

Township / Canton

LA VALLEE

Township / Canton

LANARK

Township / Canton

LANCASTER

Village / Village

LATCHFORD

Town / Ville

LAVANT, DALHOUSIE & NORTH SHERBROOKE

Township / Canton

LAXTON, DIGBY & LONGFORD

Township / Canton

LIMERICK

Township / Canton

LOCHIEL

Township / Canton

LOGAN

Township / Canton

LONDON

Township / Canton

LUTTERWORTH

Township / Canton

MACHAR

Township / Canton

MACHIN

Township / Canton

MADOC

Township / Canton

MAGNETAWAN

Village / Village

MANITOULIN

Unorganized Territory / Territoire non érigé en municipalité

MARIPOSA

Township / Canton

MARMORA & LAKE

Township / Canton

MASSEY

Town / Ville

MATACHEWAN

Improvement District / District en voie d’organisation

MATILDA

Township / Canton

MATTAWAN

Township / Canton

MAYO

Township / Canton

McCROSSON & TOVELL

Township / Canton

McDOUGALL

Township / Canton

McKELLAR

Township / Canton

McKILLOP

Township / Canton

McMURRICH

Township / Canton

McNAB

Township / Canton

MELANCTHON

Township / Canton

METCALFE

Township / Canton

MONMOUTH

Township / Canton

MONO

Township / Canton

MONTAGUE

Township / Canton

MONTEAGLE

Township / Canton

MORLEY

Township / Canton

MORSON

Township / Canton

MOSA

Township / Canton

MOUNTAIN

Township / Canton

MULMUR

Township / Canton

MURRAY

Township / Canton

NAIRN

Township / Canton

NEEBING

Township / Canton

NEWBURGH

Village / Village

NEWBURY

Village / Village

NIPISSING

Township / Canton

NIPISSING

Unorganized Territory / Territoire non érigé en municipalité

NORFOLK

Township / Canton

NORMANBY

Township / Canton

NORTH ALGONA

Township / Canton

NORTH BURGESS

Township / Canton

NORTH DUMFRIES

Township / Canton

NORTH EASTHOPE

Township / Canton

NORTH ELMSLEY

Township / Canton

OAKLAND

Township / Canton

O’CONNOR

Township / Canton

OLDEN

Township / Canton

ONONDAGA

Township / Canton

OPS

Township / Canton

ORFORD

Township / Canton

ORO-MEDONTE

Township / Canton

OSNABRUCK

Township / Canton

OSPREY

Township / Canton

OXFORD-ON-RIDEAU

Township / Canton

PAIPOONGE

Township / Canton

PAPINEAU-CAMERON

Township / Canton

PARRY SOUND

Unorganized Territory / Territoire non érigé en municipalité

PERRY

Township / Canton

PICKLE LAKE

Township / Canton

PILKINGTON

Township / Canton

PITTSBURGH

Township / Canton

PLUMMER ADDITIONAL

Township / Canton

PRINCE

Township / Canton

PROTON

Township / Canton

RADCLIFFE

Township / Canton

RAGLAN

Township / Canton

RAINY RIVER

Unorganized Territory / Territoire non érigé en municipalité

RAMARA

Township / Canton

RAMSAY

Township / Canton

RATTER & DUNNET

Township / Canton

RAWDON

Township / Canton

REAR OF YONGE & ESCOTT

Township / Canton

RICHMOND

Township / Canton

ROCHESTER

Township / Canton

ROCKLIFFE PARK

Village / Village

RUTHERFORD & GEORGE ISLAND

Township / Canton

RYERSON

Township / Canton

SANDFIELD

Township / Canton

SANDWICH SOUTH

Township / Canton

SAUGEEN

Township / Canton

SEBASTOPOL

Township / Canton

SEVERN

Township / Canton

SEYMOUR

Township / Canton

SHEFFIELD

Township / Canton

SHERBORNE, McCLINTOCK, LIVINGSTONE, LAWRENCE & NIGHTENGALE

Township / Canton

SHERWOOD, JONES & BURNS

Township / Canton

SHUNIAH

Township / Canton

SIDNEY

Township / Canton

SIMCOE

Town / Ville

SIOUX NARROWS

Township / Canton

SNOWDON

Township / Canton

SOMERVILLE

Township / Canton

SOPHIASBURGH

Township / Canton

SOUTH ALGONA

Township / Canton

SOUTH DORCHESTER

Township / Canton

SOUTH FREDERICKSBURGH

Township / Canton

SOUTH MARYSBURGH

Township / Canton

SOUTHWOLD

Township / Canton

SPRINGFIELD

Village / Village

SPRINGWATER

Township / Canton

ST. MARYS

Township / Canton

ST. VINCENT

Township / Canton

STRONG

Township / Canton

SUDBURY

Unorganized Territory / Territoire non érigé en municipalité

SUNDRIDGE

Village / Village

SYDENHAM

Township / Canton

TARBUTT & TARBUTT ADDITIONAL

Township / Canton

THE SPANISH RIVER

Township / Canton

THESSALON

Township / Canton

THOMPSON

Township / Canton

THORNLOE

Village / Village

THUNDER BAY

Unorganized Territory / Territoire non érigé en municipalité

TILBURY NORTH

Township / Canton

TIMISKAMING

Unorganized Territory / Territoire non érigé en municipalité

TROUT CREEK

Town / Ville

TUDOR & CASHEL

Township / Canton

TURNBERRY

Township / Canton

VAL RITA-HARTY

Township / Canton

VERULAM

Township / Canton

WALLACE

Township / Canton

WARWICK

Township / Canton

WELLESLEY

Township / Canton

WEST CARLTON

Township / Canton

WEST GARAFRAXA

Township / Canton

WEST LUTHER

Township / Canton

WILBERFORCE

Township / Canton

WILLIAMSBURGH

Township / Canton

WOLFE ISLAND

Township / Canton

WOLFORD

Township / Canton

WORTHINGTON

Township / Canton

ZONE

Township / Canton

ZORRA

Township / Canton

O. Reg. 21/95, Sched.

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