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Instructions from the Medical Officer of Health

(Downloadable PDF version)

Date: Thursday, June 10, 2021

Effective: Friday, June 11, 2021 at 12:01 a.m.


To:

All persons responsible for a business or organization (workplace) in the Porcupine Health Unit (PHU) region, where workers (including employees, those hired under third party agencies, contractors, vendors, volunteers or students and any other such persons) are present at the workplace or the public are regularly present.

First of all, I would like to thank you for your ongoing efforts to comply with public health requirements that aim to protect your staff, patrons and other members of our community. I would like to thank you for your strong commitment to encourage workers to receive their vaccinations against COVID-19.

As much as we have achieved by working together in the face of this pandemic, at this time, I must ask for your continued patience and support in the interests of protecting the health of our community.

While our vaccination rates are strong and growing daily, other trends in public health and health system indicators are very concerning:

  • Our data reflects that Porcupine Health Unit has one of the highest rates of COVID-19 transmission in the province, with approximately 300 cases per 100,000 for the past 3 weeks;
  • There have been multiple COVID-19 outbreaks across the region, including in workplaces and remote communities with limited access to health care services;
  • The surge in cases in our community has affected health care and public health capacity, requiring additional support from other health units as well as the Ontario Ministry of Health’s Provincial Work Force;
  • We have clear evidence that the Delta variant – significantly more transmissible than the B.1.1.7 variant – is circulating in our region.

These trends are worrisome and require extreme caution as we move to lift public health measures. Some municipalities and First Nation communities have already responded to these developments by declaring a state of emergency.

With strong support from Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, who recognizes the need for an approach tailored to the Porcupine Health Unit’s unique circumstances, we will therefore be taking more gradual approach to reopening starting on June 11, 2021 at 12:01 a.m.

While operating under some of the new provincial Step 1 Rules immediately, we must maintain some Shutdown-level restrictions to minimize the person-to-person interactions that are fueling uncontrolled transmission of COVID-19 within our communities.

I anticipate these continued Shutdown-level restrictions will remain necessary for no longer than the next two weeks, remaining in place until June 25, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. I will regularly assess our progress against key public health and health system indicators and will report publicly on our progress.

Ontario’s new Step 1 Rule continue to require persons responsible for a business or organization that is open to operate the business or organization in compliance with the instructions of public health officials. This includes the following instructions issued by me in this document.

These instructions will be enforced by provincial offences officers and public health officials under one or more of the Health Protection and Promotion Act, Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020 and/or the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act. Failure to comply is a provincial offence. Among enforcement actions that may be taken, you may be charged and penalties imposed including fines, imprisonment and/or closure of premises.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Porcupine Health Unit at 1-800-461-1818 or visit our website: www.porcupinehu.on.ca.


These instructions remain in effect until amended or rescinded by me.

ENSURE STRICT COMPLIANCE WITH ALL STEP 1 RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS THAT APPLY

  1. You must familiarize yourself with all Step 1 Rules and instructions that apply to your workplace and ensure strict compliance with them, at all times, by workers and members of the public present at the workplace.
  2. Ontario’s Step 1 Rules are contained at Schedules 6 through 10 of Ontario Regulation 82/20 and may be accessed at: https://www.ontario.ca/page/emergency-information. The Shutdown Rules are contained at Schedules 1 through 5 of this same regulation.
  3. Until more positive trends in key public health and health system indicators are demonstrated in the PHU region, the instructions set out in paragraphs 5 to 39 below continue some Shutdown-level requirements, maintaining a higher level of restriction than the Step 1 Rules. For greater certainty, nothing in the Step 1 Rules or in these instructions precludes any business or organization from:
    1. providing goods by mail or other forms of delivery or making goods available for pick-up; and
    2. providing services online, by telephone or by other remote means.[1]
  4. Physical distancing and masks or face coverings in lines, etc. In addition to the requirements of section 5, Schedule 6, O. Reg. 82/20, the person responsible for a business or place that is open must not permit patrons to line up or congregate outside of the business or place, unless they are both,
    1. maintaining a physical distance of at least two metres from other groups of persons; and
    2. wearing a mask or face covering in a manner that covers their mouth, nose and chin, unless they are entitled to any of the exceptions set out in subsection 2(5) Schedule 6, O. Reg. 82/20.[2]
  5. Sale and service of liquor.
    1. The person responsible for a business or place that is open and in which liquor is sold or served under a licence or a special occasion permit shall ensure that,
      1. liquor is sold or served only between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.; and
      2. no consumption of liquor is permitted in the business or place between the hours of 10 p.m. and 9 a.m.
    2. The conditions set out in subsection a) do not apply with respect to businesses and places in airports.
    3. The conditions set out in subsection a) do not apply with respect to,
      1. the sale of liquor for removal from licensed premises in accordance with section 56.1 of Regulation 719 (Licences to Sell Liquor) made under the Liquor Licence Act; and
      2. the sale of liquor for delivery in accordance with section 56.2 of Regulation 719 (Licences to Sell Liquor) made under the Liquor Licence Act.
  6. Discount and big box retailers selling groceries. In addition to the requirements of section 2, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, discount and big box retailers that engage in retail sales to the public must meet the following conditions:
    1. The discount or big box retailer sells groceries to the public.
    2. In-store shopping must only be available for grocery items, pet care supplies, household cleaning supplies, pharmaceutical items, health care items, school supplies, household safety supplies and personal care items.
    3. No other goods or services may be sold to the public unless the discount or big box retailer complies with any conditions that are applicable with respect to the sale of those goods or services by other retail establishments under the Step 1 Rules as modified by these instructions (e.g., to exclude in-store shopping for non-essential retail etc.).[3]
  7. Safety supply stores. In addition to the requirements of section 2, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, safety supply stores must meet the following conditions:
    1. They must only permit members of the public to enter the business premises by appointment.
    2. They must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.[4]
  8. Businesses that primarily sell, rent or repair assistive devices, aids or supplies, mobility devices, aids or supplies or medical devices, aids or supplies. In addition to the requirements of section 2, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, these businesses must meet the following conditions:
    1. They must only permit members of the public to enter the business premises by appointment.
    2. They must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.[5]
  9. Optical stores that sell prescription eyewear to the public. In addition to the requirements of section 2, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, these stores must meet the following conditions:
    1. They must only permit members of the public to enter the business premises by appointment.
    2. They must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.[6]
  10. Retail stores operated by telecommunications providers. In addition to the requirements of sections 2 and 30, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, these stores must meet the following conditions:
    1. They must only permit members of the public to enter the premises by appointment and only for the purchase of cell phones, for repairs or for technical support.
    2. They must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.[7]
  11. Stores, other than establishments described in section 3, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, that sell liquor, including beer, wine and spirits. In addition to the requirements of section 2, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, these stores must meet the following condition:
    1. They must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.[8]
  12. Outdoor garden centres and plant nurseries. In addition to the requirements of section 2, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, outdoor garden centres and plant nurseries must meet the following condition:
    1. They must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.[9]
  13. Indoor greenhouses. In addition to the requirements of section 2, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, indoor greenhouses must meet the following condition:
    1. They must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.[10]
  14. Restaurants, bars, food trucks, concession stands and other food or drink establishments. In addition to the requirements of section 3, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, establishments other than those described in subsection (3) may open only for the purpose of providing take-out, drive-through or delivery service.[11]
  15. Nightclubs and strip clubs that open solely as food or drink establishments. In addition to the requirements of section 4, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, these nightclubs and strip clubs may open only for the purpose of providing take-out, drive-through or delivery service.[12]
  16. Shopping malls. In addition to the requirements of section 5, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, shopping malls must meet the following conditions:
    1. Members of the public must only be permitted to enter the shopping mall for the purpose of accessing a business or place that is permitted to be open under the Step 1 Rules as modified by these instructions.
    2. Subject to subparagraph c), the shopping mall must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    3. A shopping mall may open outside of the hours described in subparagraph b) only for the purpose of providing access for members of the public to a business or place that,
      1. is permitted to open during those hours under the Step 1 Rules as modified by these instructions; and
      2. only has public entrances that open into the interior of the shopping mall.
    4. For greater certainty, section 8(2) paragraph 5 of Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20 does not prevent a restaurant, bar or other food or drink establishment within a shopping mall from opening and operating in compliance with section 3 of Schedule 7 as modified by these instructions.[13]
  17. Fitting rooms in a business. Fitting rooms in a business may open if patrons are not permitted to occupy adjacent fitting room stalls at any one time.[14]
  18. Businesses that sell motor vehicles etc. These requirements apply to businesses that sell:
    • Motor vehicles, including cars, trucks and motorcycles;
    • Recreational vehicles, including motor homes;
    • Trailers and travel trailers;
    • Boats and other watercraft; or
    • Other motorized vehicles, including power-assisted bicycles, golf carts, scooters, snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles.

In addition to the requirements of section 5.2, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, these businesses must meet the following conditions:

    • Members of the public must only be permitted to enter the premises by appointment.
    • They must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • They must limit the number of persons in the place of business so that the total number of persons in the place of business at any one time does not exceed 25 per cent capacity, as determined in accordance with subsection 3(3) of Schedule 6.[15]
  1. Outdoor markets, including farmer’s markets and holiday markets. In addition to the requirements of section 6, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, these markets must meet the following conditions:
    1. Products must only be provided to patrons,
      1. in a manner that allows members of the public to remain in an outdoor area at all times, or
      2. through an alternative method of sale that does not require patrons to enter the indoor area, such as curbside pick-up or delivery.
    2. The outdoor market must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.[16]
  2. Other businesses engaging in retail sales to the public. In addition to the requirements of section 7, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, these businesses must meet the following conditions:
    1. Sales must be exclusively made using an alternative method of sale that does not require patrons to enter the indoor area of the business, including curbside pick-up or delivery.
    2. If the business allows patrons to pick up items, it must,
      1. have a public entrance that opens onto a street or exterior sidewalk, or
      2. in the case of a business in a shopping mall, permit patrons to pick up the items at a designated location established by the shopping mall under subsection 8 (3) or (4).
    3. An item may only be provided for pick-up if the patron ordered the item before arriving at the business premises.
    4. Patrons may only pick up orders by making a prior appointment.
    5. They must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    6. Despite anything else in the Step 1 Rules, any business that engages in retail sales to the public and that is not already described in sections 1 to 6 of Schedule 7, must comply with the conditions set out in subsection 7(1) as modified by these instructions.
    7. Cannabis retail stores operating under the authority of a retail store authorization issued under the Cannabis Licence Act, 2018 may open if they comply with the conditions set out in subsection 7(1) as modified by these instructions.[17]
  3. Rental and leasing services. Further to section 8, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, rental and leasing services including automobile, commercial and light industrial machinery and equipment rental must meet the following conditions:
    1. They only permit members of the public to enter the business premises by appointment.
    2. They limit the number of persons in the place of business so that the total number of persons in the place of business at any one time does not exceed 25 per cent capacity, as determined in accordance with subsection 3 (3) of Schedule 6.
    3. They must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.[18]
  4. Vehicle and equipment repair, essential maintenance etc. Further to section 15, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, vehicle and equipment repair and essential maintenance and vehicle and equipment rental services must meet the following conditions
    1. They only permit members of the public to enter the business premises by appointment.
    2. They limit the number of persons in the place of business so that the total number of persons in the place of business at any one time does not exceed 25 per cent capacity, as determined in accordance with subsection 3 (3) of Schedule 6.
    3. They must open no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and close no later than 8:00 p.m. and must not deliver goods to patrons outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.[19]
  5. Child care providers. For greater certainty further to section 21, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, the term “child care providers” includes but is not limited to operators and providers of the following:
    1. Child care centres that meet the conditions set out in subsection 21(2) of Schedule 7.
    2. Home child care at a person’s dwelling.
    3. Child care described in paragraph 2 of subsection 6 (3) of the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014 that is provided at a person’s dwelling.
    4. Authorized recreational and skill building programs that meet the conditions set out in subsection 21(3) of Schedule 7.[20]
  6. Businesses providing short term rental accommodation. In addition to the requirements of section 21.1, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, businesses providing short term rental accommodation (including cabins and cottages but excluding hotels, motels, lodges, resorts and other shared rental accommodation including student residences) shall ensure that any rentals are only provided to individuals who are in need of housing.[21]
  7. Campgrounds. In addition to the requirements of section 23, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, campgrounds must meet the following conditions:
    1. Campsites must be made available only for trailers and recreational vehicles that,
      1. are used by individuals who are in need of housing, or
      2. are permitted to be there by the terms of a full season contract.
    2. Only campsites with electricity, water service and facilities for sewage disposal may be provided for use.
    3. All recreational facilities in the campground and all other shared facilities in the campground, other than washrooms and showers, must be closed.
    4. Other areas of the seasonal campground must be closed to the general public and must only be opened for the purpose of preparing the seasonal campground for reopening.[22]
  8. Day camps for children. Further to section 15, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, day camps for children must not provide in-person activities or services.[23]
  9. Construction. Further to section 40, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, construction activities or projects and related services, including land surveying and demolition services continue to be restricted to those that:
    1. are associated with the health care sector or long-term care, including new facilities, expansions, renovations and conversion of spaces that could be repurposed for health care space;
    2. ensure safe and reliable operations of, or provide new capacity in,
      1. municipal infrastructure, or
      2. provincial infrastructure, including but not limited to, the transit, transportation, resource, energy and justice sectors;
    3. support the operations of, or provide new capacity in, electricity generation, transmission, distribution and storage, natural gas distribution, transmission and storage or in the supply of resources;
    4. support the operations of, or provide new capacity in, schools, colleges, universities or child care centres within the meaning of the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014;
    5. are required for,
      1. the maintenance and operations of petrochemical plants and refineries,
      2. significant industrial petrochemical projects where preliminary work commenced before April 17, 2021, or
      3. industrial construction and modifications to existing industrial structures limited solely to work necessary for the production, maintenance or enhancement of personal protective equipment, medical devices such as ventilators and other identified products directly related to combatting the COVID-19 pandemic;
    6. would provide additional capacity in the production, processing, manufacturing or distribution of food, beverages or agricultural products;
    7. were commenced before April 17, 2021 and that would,
      1. provide additional capacity for businesses that provide logistical support, distribution services, warehousing, storage or shipping and delivery services,
      2. provide additional capacity in the operation and delivery of Information Technology (IT) services or telecommunications services, or
      3. provide additional capacity to, or enhance the efficiency or operations of, businesses that extract, manufacture, process and distribute goods, products, equipment and materials;
    8. support the operations of broadband internet and cellular technologies and services;
    9. are residential construction activities or projects and related services;
    10. prepare a site for an institutional, commercial, industrial or residential development, including any necessary excavation, grading, roads or utilities infrastructure;
    11. are necessary to temporarily close construction sites that have paused, or that are not active, to ensure ongoing public safety;
    12. are funded in whole or in part by,
      1. the Crown in right of Canada or in right of Ontario,
      2. an agency of the Crown in right of Canada or in right of Ontario, or
      3.  a municipality;
    13. are,
      1. intended to provide shelter or supports for vulnerable persons or affordable housing, and
      2. being funded in whole or in part by, or are being undertaken by,
        1. the Crown in right of Canada or in right of Ontario,
        2. an agency of the Crown in right of Canada or in right of Ontario,
        3. a municipality,
        4. a service manager as defined the Housing Services Act, 2011,
        5. a registered charity within the meaning of the Income Tax Act (Canada), or
        6. a not-for-profit corporation; or
    14. support the operations of, or provide new capacity for, veterinary facilities within the meaning of the Veterinarians Act.[24]
  10. Facilities for indoor or outdoor sports and recreational fitness activities. In addition to the requirements of section 45, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, indoor or outdoor sports and recreational activities at indoor or outdoor sports and recreational fitness are restricted to those that meet the conditions set out in subsections 45(2), (3), (4) and (5) only. For greater certainty, no indoor or outdoor sports or recreational classes are permitted at any indoor or outdoor sport and recreational facilities.[25] See also paragraph 37 of these instructions, below.
  11. Personal physical fitness, etc. Further to section 45.1, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, personal fitness and sports trainers must not provide in-person services.[26]
  12. Teaching and instruction. Further to section 57.1, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, must not provide in-person services.[27]
  13. Commercial film and television production. In addition to the requirements of section 63, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, commercial film and television production, including all supporting activities, must meet the following condition:
    1. Singers and players of brass or wind instruments must be separated from any other performers by plexiglass or some other impermeable barrier.[28]
  14. Commercial and industrial photography. Further to section 63.1, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, retail photo studios must not provide in-person services.[29]
  15. Concert venues, theatres and cinemas. Further to section 65, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, concert venues, theatres and cinemas must not engage in in-person activities for the purpose of rehearsing or performing a recorded or broadcasted concert, artistic event, theatrical performance or other performance. For greater certainty, drive-in or drive-through format movies, concerts, artistic events, theatrical performances or other performances are not permitted.[30]
  16. Outdoor tour and guide services. Further to section 66, Schedule 7, O. Reg. 82/20, outdoor tour and guide services are not permitted to provide in-person services.[31]
  17. Public libraries. In addition to the requirements of section 1, Schedule 8, O. Reg. 82/20, public libraries must meet the following condition:
    1. Circulating materials returned to the library must be disinfected or quarantined for an appropriate period of time before they are recirculated.[32]
  18. Schools and private schools. In addition to the requirements of section 3, Schedule 8, O. Reg. 82/20, schools and private schools within the meaning of the Education Act must meet the following condition:
    1. the in-person activities addressed in subsection 3(5) are not permitted.[33]
  19. Indoor and outdoor recreational amenities. In addition to the requirements of section 4, Schedule 8, O. Reg. 82/20, an outdoor recreational amenity described in subsection 4(2) must meet the following conditions:
    1. Team sports must not be practised or played within the amenity.
    2. Any locker rooms, change rooms, showers, clubhouses, restaurants, pools, meeting rooms, fitness centres or other recreational facilities on the premises must remain closed, except to the extent they provide access to equipment storage, a washroom or a portion of the amenity that is used to provide first aid.[34]
  20. Museums etc. Further to section 5, Schedule 8, O. Reg. 82/20, museums, galleries, aquariums, zoos, science centres, landmarks, historic sites, botanical gardens and similar attractions must not provide in-person services.[35]
  21. Organized public events, gatherings. In addition to the requirements of section 1, Schedule 9, O. Reg. 82/20, all businesses and organizations that are open are subject to the following conditions:
    1. They must not host, organize or otherwise participate in an organized public event or social gathering that is held indoors, including a public event or social gathering associated with a wedding, a funeral or a religious service, rite or ceremony even if it is held at a private dwelling.
    2. They must not host, organize or otherwise participate in an organized public event or social gathering of more than 5 people that is held outdoors, including a public event or social gathering associated with a wedding, a funeral or a religious service, rite or ceremony even if it is held at a private dwelling.
    3. They must not host, organize or otherwise participate in an indoor or outdoor gathering of more than 10 people for the purposes of a wedding, a funeral or a religious service, rite or ceremony even if it is held at a private dwelling.[36]

Lianne Catton, MD, CCFP-EM, MPH
Medical Officer of Health and Chief Executive Officer
Porcupine Health Unit
Postal Bag 2012
(169 Pine Street South)
Timmins, ON P4N 8B7

 

These instructions shall be posted at: https://www.porcupinehu.on.ca/en/your-health/infectious-diseases/novel-coronavirus/covid-orders/covid-moh-instructions/

See the letter of support from Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. David Williams.

 


Notes

[1]See Step 1 Rules, section 1(7), Schedule 6, O. Reg. 82/20

[2]See Shutdown Rules, section 4, Schedule 1, O. Reg. 82/20

[3]See Shutdown Rules, section 3(1), Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[4]See Shutdown Rules, section 4(2), Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[5]See Shutdown Rules, section 4(2), Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[6]See Shutdown Rules, section 4(2), Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[7]See Shutdown Rules, section 33, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[8]See Shutdown Rules, section 5, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[9]See Shutdown Rules, section 9.1, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[10]See Shutdown Rules, section 9.2, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[11]See Shutdown Rules, section 6, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[12]See Shutdown Rules, section 6, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[13]See Shutdown Rules, section 8, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[14]See Shutdown Rules, section 8.1, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[15]See Shutdown Rules, section 9, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[16]See Shutdown Rules, section 10, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[17]See Shutdown Rules, section 10.1, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[18]See Shutdown Rules, section 11, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[19]See Shutdown Rules, section 18, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[20]See Shutdown Rules, section 24, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[21]See Shutdown Rules, section 6, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[22]See Shutdown Rules, section 26, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[23]See Shutdown Rules, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[24]See Shutdown Rules, section 43, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[25]See Shutdown Rules, section 48, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[26]See Shutdown Rules, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[27]See Shutdown Rules, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[28]See Shutdown Rules, section 63, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[29]See Shutdown Rules, section 66, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[30]See Shutdown Rules, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[31]See Shutdown Rules, Schedule 2, O. Reg. 82/20

[32]See Shutdown Rules, s.1, Schedule 3, O. Reg. 82/20

[33]See Shutdown Rules, s.3, Schedule 3, O. Reg. 82/20

[34]See Shutdown Rules, s.4, Schedule 3, O. Reg. 82/20

[35]See Shutdown Rules, s.5, Schedule 3, O. Reg. 82/20

[36]See Shutdown Rules, s.1, Schedule 4, O. Reg. 82/20