O. Reg. 68/09: GENERAL


Published: 2009-03-06

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ontario regulation 68/09

made under the

vital statisTics act

Made: March 4, 2009
Filed: March 6, 2009
Published on e-Laws: March 9, 2009
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: March 21, 2009


Amending Reg. 1094 of R.R.O. 1990

(General)

1. Section 0.1 of Regulation 1094 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following definition:

“still-born” as a noun, means the body of a child born as a result of a still-birth and as a verb, means born as a result of a still-birth.

2. (1) Subsection 1 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “requires” and substituting “approves”.

(2) Subsection 1 (4) of the Regulation is revoked.

3. (1) Subsection 2 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “requires” in the portion before clause (a) and substituting “approves”.

(2) Section 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsections:

(10.2) If a division registrar receives a statement under clause (4) (b) or (9) (b) within one year of the birth and is satisfied as to its correctness and sufficiency, the division registrar shall promptly,

(a) sign the statement; and

(b) mail the statement and any corresponding notice that he or she has received under section 8 of the Act to the Registrar General.

(10.3) If a division registrar receives a notice of birth under section 8 of the Act but no statement under clause (4) (b) or (9) (b) within one year of the birth, the division registrar shall record having received the notice and mail or deliver the notice to the Registrar General.

. . . . .

(17) If the Registrar General receives and approves a statement certifying a child’s birth under this section, the statement so signed constitutes the registration of birth.

4. (1) Subsection 11 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 35” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

(2) Subsection 11 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 36” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

(3) Subsection 11 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 37” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

5. Section 12 of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 38” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

6. Section 16 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

16. An application to set aside the registration of a birth and cause the substitution of a new registration of birth in accordance with the facts contained in an adoption order, judgment or decree shall be in the form approved by the Registrar General and shall have attached to it a statement of birth in the form approved by the Registrar General.

7. (1) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of subsection 19 (1) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

1. Sections 8, 9, 10, 11, 17, 21, 22 and 26 of the Act.

2. Subsections 2 (1) to (3), (7), (8), (10), (11) and (14) to (16), subsections 35 (1), (4) and (5) and sections 36, 37, 38 and 39 of this Regulation.

(2) Subsection 19 (1.1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in the prescribed form” in the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

(3) The following provisions of the Regulation are amended by striking out “that the Registrar General requires” wherever that expression appears and substituting in each case “approved by the Registrar General”:

1. Subsection 19 (3).

2. Subsection 19 (6).

(4) Subsection 19 (5) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in accordance with section 55.4”.

(5) Section 19 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsections:

(8) Subject to subsection (9), on receiving a statement under subsection (6) or (7), the division registrar, if satisfied as to its correctness and sufficiency, shall sign the statement.

(9) A division registrar shall not sign a statement mentioned in subsection (8) after 365 days from its date.

(10) On signing the statement, the division registrar shall promptly mail or deliver to the Registrar General,

(a) the statement; and

(b) the notice given under section 8 of the Act if the division registrar has received it.

(11) The statement signed by the division registrar and approved by the Registrar General constitutes the registration of the still-birth.

(12) If a division registrar receives a notice of a still-birth under section 8 of the Act but no statement under subsection (6) or (7) within 365 days of the still-birth, the division registrar shall record having received the notice of still-birth and mail or deliver it to the Registrar General.

8. Section 19 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

Registration of Still-Births

19. (1) Upon the occurrence of a still-birth in Ontario, the following persons shall give notice of the still-birth in accordance with subsections (2) and (3), unless a person in attendance at the still-birth gives the notice in accordance with subsection (4):

1. Each legally qualified medical practitioner or midwife who attends at the still-birth, except if another legally qualified medical practitioner or midwife who attends at the still-birth gives the notice.

2. The nurse or other person in attendance at the still-birth, if no legally qualified medical practitioner or midwife is in attendance at the still-birth.

(2) The notice of still-birth given under subsection (1) shall be in the form approved by the Registrar General.

(3) The person giving the notice of still-birth under subsection (1) shall deliver or mail it within two business days after the still-birth occurs to,

(a) the Registrar General, if the still-birth occurs in a region or facility where the Registrar General permits the notice to be submitted electronically; or

(b) the division registrar of the registration division within which the still-birth occurs, otherwise.

(4) If a still-birth occurs in a region or facility where the Registrar General permits the notice of the still-birth to be submitted electronically, a person in attendance at the still-birth may have the notice submitted electronically to the office of the Registrar General within two business days after the still-birth occurs by a person and in a form approved by the Registrar General.

20. (1) Upon the occurrence of a still-birth in Ontario, the following person shall complete a medical certificate of still-birth, in the form approved by the Registrar General, setting out the cause of the still-birth and shall deliver it to the funeral director:

1. Subject to paragraph 3, a legally qualified medical practitioner in attendance at the still-birth.

2. A coroner if there is no legally qualified medical practitioner in attendance at the still-birth.

3. A coroner if there is reason to believe that the still-birth has occurred as a result of negligence, malpractice, or misconduct or under circumstances that require investigation.

(2) If a coroner is required to provide a medical certificate of still-birth, the coroner may issue a warrant to bury if the coroner has examined the still-born and has not determined the cause of death.

(3) Upon issuing a warrant to bury, the coroner shall deliver the warrant to the funeral director and shall, as soon as the cause of death is known, complete and deliver the medical certificate of still-birth to the Registrar General.

9. Section 21 of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 3” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

10. Section 21 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

21. (1) In this section,

“assisted conception” means conception that occurs through a means other than sexual intercourse;

“other parent”, where the father is unknown and conception occurred through assisted conception, means a person whom the mother of a still-born acknowledges as the other parent and who wishes to be acknowledged on the statement of still-birth.

(2) One of the following persons or groups of persons shall certify a still-birth in Ontario:

1. The mother of the still-born.

2. The father of the still-born.

3. The other parent of the still-born.

4. The mother and the father of the still-born.

5. The mother and the other parent of the still-born.

6. An informant having adequate knowledge of the particulars of the still-birth if none of the persons listed in paragraphs 1 to 5 does the certification.

(3) A person who certifies a still-birth in Ontario shall make and certify a statement of still-birth in the form approved by the Registrar General and shall deliver the statement to the funeral director.

(4) Upon receiving the medical certificate of still-birth mentioned in subsection 20 (1) or the warrant to bury mentioned in subsection 20 (2) and upon receiving the statement of still-birth mentioned in subsection (3), the funeral director shall complete the statement, setting out the proposed date and place of burial, cremation or other disposition or the removal of the still-born, and shall, subject to subsection (5), deliver the statement and the other documents received to the division registrar of,

(a) the registration division within which the still-birth occurs, if it is known; or

(b) the registration division within which the still-born is found, if the place in which the still-birth occurs is not known.

(5) If it is impracticable, by reason of distance, to deliver the documents that subsection (4) requires the funeral director to deliver to the division registrar specified in that subsection, the funeral director may deliver the documents to the nearest division registrar.

11. Section 22 of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 8” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

12. Section 22 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

22. (1) If, in accordance with section 21, a division registrar receives either of the following sets of documents within one year from the day on which the still-birth occurs and is satisfied as to the correctness and sufficiency of the documents, the division registrar shall forthwith prepare and deliver to the funeral director a burial permit, in the form approved by the Registrar General, for the purpose of the burial, cremation or other disposition or the removal of the still-born:

1. A medical certificate of still-birth and a statement of still-birth.

2. A warrant to bury and a statement of still-birth.

(2) Unless a burial permit has been issued, no person shall,

(a) bury, cremate or otherwise dispose of a still-born for which the still-birth occurred in Ontario;

(b) remove a still-born from the registration division in which the still-birth occurred or is found; or

(c) take part in or conduct any funeral or religious service for the purpose of the burial, cremation or other disposition of the still-born.

(3) A cemetery owner shall not permit the interment or cremation of a still-born in the cemetery or crematorium, as the case may be, unless the burial permit is delivered to the cemetery owner.

(4) Cemetery owners shall retain the burial permit associated with a still-birth for a period of at least two years after the burial.

(5) If no person is in charge of the cemetery at the time of the burial or other disposition of the still-born, the funeral director shall write across the face of the burial permit a statement to that effect, append his or her signature to the statement and return the burial permit to the division registrar of the registration division in which the burial or other disposition took place.

13. Section 23 of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 9” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

14. Section 23 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

23. (1) If a still-born is to be removed to the place of burial or other disposition by a transportation company or other common carrier, the removal shall not take place until the burial permit has been affixed to the outside of the casket.

(2) If a still-birth occurs outside of Ontario and the burial or other disposition of the still-born is to take place in Ontario, a burial, transit or removal permit or such other document that is required under the laws of the jurisdiction in which the still-birth occurred, signed by the proper officer of the place in which the still-birth occurred, is sufficient authority for the burial or other disposition of the still-born.

15. Section 24 of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 10” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

16. Sections 24 and 25 of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

24. (1) If, within one year of the day on which a still-birth occurs, the division registrar of the registration division within which the still-birth occurs receives the notice of still-birth, receives the medical certificate of still-birth or the warrant to bury mentioned in subsection 20 (2) and receives the statement of still-birth and if the division registrar is satisfied as to the correctness and sufficiency of the documents, the division registrar shall sign the medical certificate of still-birth or the warrant to bury, sign the statement of still-birth and mail or deliver the documents so received to the Registrar General.

(2) If a division registrar receives a medical certificate of still-birth, a warrant to bury or a statement of still-birth within one year of the day on which a still-birth occurs, if the still-birth occurred in a registration division other than that of the division registrar and if the division registrar has not received the associated notice of still-birth, the division registrar shall forward whichever of the documents so received to the division registrar for the registration division within which the still-birth occurred.

(3) If the division registrar has received a notice of still-birth, a medical certificate of still-birth, a warrant to bury or a statement of still-birth under subsection (1) and cannot register the still-birth in accordance with that subsection or forward the documents in accordance with subsection (2), the division registrar shall, no later than one year after the day on which the still-birth occurs, forward all documents so received to the Registrar General without registering the still-birth.

25. (1) The Registrar General, acting on information in the notice of still-birth, the medical certificate of still-birth, the statement of still-birth or on any other information as he or she considers appropriate, may register a still-birth that occurs in Ontario.

(2) Despite the receipt of any documentation or information related to a still-birth, the Registrar General may refuse to register the still-birth until he or she is satisfied that the documentation or information correctly states the facts and, for such purposes, the Registrar General may require the supplementary evidence that he or she considers appropriate.

(3) If the Registrar General approves a statement mailed or delivered to the Registrar General under subsection 24 (1), the statement so signed constitutes the registration of still-birth.

(4) One or more parents of a still-born may apply to the Registrar General to replace or amend a statement of still-birth that has been registered or submitted for registration.

(5) The Registrar General may replace or amend a statement of still-birth submitted by one or more parents of a still-born to change or add a name for the still-born or to replace or correct other information on the statement of still-birth.

(6) If a still-birth has not been registered within one year of the day that the still-birth occurs, a person may apply to register the still-birth by making an application to the Registrar General in the form approved by the Registrar General.

17. (1) Clause 26 (e) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 1” and substituting “in the form authorized under the Act at the time the notice was made”.

(2) Clause 26 (f) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 3” and substituting “in the form authorized under the Act at the time the acknowledgment was given”.

18. Sections 26, 27 and 28 of the Regulation are revoked.

19. Section 30 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

30. (1) If, within one year of the date of a marriage, the Registrar General receives a statement of marriage duly completed in accordance with Regulation 738 (General) of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the Marriage Act and if a person specified in section 73 is satisfied as to the correctness and sufficiency of the statement, the person shall forthwith register the marriage and, upon the request of the person who solemnized the marriage, mail an acknowledgement of receipt of the statement of marriage to the latter person.

(2) The acknowledgment of receipt of the statement of marriage shall be in the form approved by the Registrar General.

20. The following provisions of the Regulation are amended by striking out “required” wherever that expression appears and substituting in each case “approved”:

1. Clause 31 (2) (a).

2. Subclauses 31 (2) (b) (i) and (ii).

21. Clause 32 (d) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(d) an acknowledgment of receipt of a statement of marriage in the form authorized under the Act at the time the acknowledgement was given.

22. Sections 35 to 39 of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

Registration of Deaths

35. (1) Upon the request of the funeral director, the applicable one of the following persons shall complete, certify and deliver to the funeral director a statement in the form approved by the Registrar General that contains personal particulars of the deceased:

1. The nearest relative present at the death or last illness, or any relative who may be available.

2. If no relative is available, the occupier of the premises in which the deceased died or, if the occupier is the deceased, any adult person residing in the premises who was present at the death or has knowledge of the personal particulars.

3. If the death occurred in unoccupied premises and no relative is available, any adult person who was present at the death or has knowledge of the personal particulars.

4. The coroner who has been notified of the death and has made an investigation or held an inquest regarding the death.

(2) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), any legally qualified medical practitioner who has been in attendance during the last illness of a deceased person or who has sufficient knowledge of the last illness shall immediately after the death complete and sign a medical certificate of death in the form approved by the Registrar General, stating the cause of death according to the classification of diseases adopted by reference in section 70, and shall deliver the medical certificate to the funeral director.

(3) A registered nurse who holds an extended certificate of registration under the Nursing Act, 1991 shall, immediately after the death of a person, complete and sign a medical certificate of death in the form approved by the Registrar General, stating the cause of death according to the classification of diseases adopted by reference in section 70 and shall deliver the medical certificate to the funeral director if,

(a) the nurse has had primary responsibility for the care of the deceased during the last illness of the deceased;

(b) the death was expected during the last illness of the deceased;

(c) there was a documented medical diagnosis of a terminal disease for the deceased made by a legally qualified medical practitioner during the last illness of the deceased;

(d) there was a predictable pattern of decline for the deceased during the last illness of the deceased; and

(e) there were no unexpected events or unexpected complications during the last illness of the deceased.

(4) In the case of a death of which the coroner is required to be notified under section 10 of the Coroners Act, the coroner notified shall, as soon as the cause of death is known, complete and sign a medical certificate of death in the form approved by the Registrar General, stating the cause of death according to the classification of diseases adopted by reference in section 70, and shall deliver the medical certificate to the funeral director.

(5) Upon receiving the statement containing the personal particulars and upon receiving the medical certificate of death or a warrant to bury, the funeral director shall complete the statement containing personal particulars, setting out the proposed date and place of burial, cremation or other disposition or the removal of the body, and shall deliver the documents so received to the division registrar of,

(a) the registration division within which the death occurs, if the place of death is known; or

(b) the registration division within which the body is found, if the place of death is not known.

36. (1) If, within one year from the day of the death of a person, the division registrar receives the statement containing the personal particulars and receives the medical certificate of death or a warrant to bury and if the division registrar is satisfied as to the correctness and sufficiency of them, the division registrar shall register the death by signing the documents so received; in that case, the documents so received constitute the registration of the death.

(2) A division registrar shall not register any death after one year from the day of the death.

(3) Upon registering a death, the division registrar, without the payment of any fee, shall forthwith prepare and deliver to the funeral director,

(a) an acknowledgment of registration of the death in the form approved by the Registrar General; and

(b) a burial permit, in the form approved by the Registrar General, for the purpose of the burial, cremation or other disposition or the removal of the body of the deceased.

(4) Upon issuing the burial permit, the division registrar shall forward to the Registrar General the statement of death and whichever of the medical certificate of death and the warrant to bury that the division registrar received.

37. If a death has occurred and it is impracticable to register it, by reason of distance, with the division registrar of the proper registration division, registration of the death may be made with the nearest division registrar who shall,

(a) register the death;

(b) issue an acknowledgment of registration of death and a burial permit; and

(c) transmit to the proper division registrar, within two business days, notice of registration of death in the form approved by the Registrar General and keep a record of the notice so transmitted.

38. (1) A coroner who issues a warrant to bury under subsection 21 (6) of the Act shall,

(a) forthwith deliver it to the funeral director; and

(b) complete and deliver or mail the medical certificate of death to the Registrar General as soon as the cause of death is known.

(2) The documentation prescribed for the purpose of clause 21 (5) (b) of the Act is the warrant to bury issued under subsection 21 (6) of the Act or the medical certificate of death.

39. (1) The documentation that subsection 22 (1) of the Act describes as being required by the regulations consists of the following documents issued by a division registrar:

1. An acknowledgment of registration of death mentioned in clause 36 (3) (a) or 37 (b).

2. A burial permit.

(2) A cemetery owner shall not permit the interment or cremation of the body of any person in the cemetery or crematorium unless the burial permit is delivered to the cemetery owner.

(3) For the purpose of subsection 22 (2) of the Act, funeral directors shall retain all acknowledgments of registration of death that they receive under subsection 22 (1) of the Act.

(4) For the purpose of subsection 22 (2) of the Act, cemetery owners shall retain, for a period of at least two years after the burial, all burial permits that they receive under subsection 22 (1) of the Act.

(5) If no person is in charge of the cemetery at the time of the burial or other disposition of the body, the funeral director shall write across the face of the burial permit a statement to that effect, append his or her signature to the statement and return the burial permit to the division registrar of the registration division in which the burial or other disposition took place.

(6) The burial permit is the documentation prescribed for the purpose of subsection 26 (1) of the Act.

40. (1) If the death of a person has not been registered within one year from the day of the death, any person may apply to the Registrar General, in the form approved by the Registrar General, to have the death registered.

(2) The application shall be accompanied by,

(a) the required fee;

(b) the completed statement described in subsection 35 (1);

(c) a statutory declaration in the form approved by the Registrar General; and

(d) subject to section 45, at least one item of Class A evidence of death.

23. Sections 41, 42 and 43 of the Regulation are revoked.

24. (1) Clause 44 (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(a) a medical certificate of death in the form authorized under the Act at the time the certificate was made;

(2) Clause 44 (c) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(c) an acknowledgment of registration of death in the form authorized under the Act at the time the acknowledgement was given.

(3) Section 44 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection:

(2) The evidence under clause (1) (a) or (b) shall set out the date and place of death and the name of the deceased.

25. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section:

47. If the Registrar General is satisfied that the application made under section 40 is made in good faith and that the evidence adduced in support of it is correct and sufficient, the Registrar General may register the death by signing the statement; in that case, the statement constitutes the registration of the death.

26. (1) Subsection 49 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 40” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

(2) Subsection 49 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 41” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

(3) Subsection 49 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 42” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

27. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section:

Exemption from Prohibition on Copying Documents

49.1 (1) All documents, except for a medical certificate of still-birth or a medical certificate of death, are exempt from subsection 21 (4) of the Act.

(2) Persons employed in the office of the Registrar General are exempt from subsection 21 (4) of the Act when acting in the course of their employment.

28. Section 50 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

Correction of Errors in Registrations

50. The statutory declaration mentioned in subsection 34 (1) of the Act shall be in the form approved by the Registrar General.

51. (1) If, while the registration of any birth, death or still-birth is in the possession of a division registrar, it is reported to him or her that an error has been made in the registration, the division registrar shall inquire into the facts and, if satisfied that an error has been made in the registration, the division registrar may correct the error according to the facts by a notation on the registration without any alteration being made in the registration.

(2) If the person originally supplying the information contained in a registration to be corrected appears in person, the division registrar may permit correction in the original entry.

29. Section 53 of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 24” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

30. Section 55.4 of the Regulation is revoked.

31. (1) Clause 55.5 (1) (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “any prescribed form” and substituting “any form”.

(2) Subsection 55.5 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding “and” at the end of clause (p), by striking out “and” at the end of clause (q) and by revoking clause (r).

32. (1) Paragraph 7 of subsection 57 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “post office” in the portion before subparagraph i.

(2) Paragraph 4 of subsection 57 (3) of the Regulation is revoked.

(3) Paragraph 8 of subsection 57 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

8. Name of the person who completed the medical certificate of death or warrant to bury.

9. Name and address of the funeral home or funeral director.

(4) Paragraph 1 of subsection 57 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “child”.

(5) Paragraph 7 of subsection 57 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

7. Name and address of,

i. the person who completed the statement of still-birth,

ii. the person who completed the medical certificate of still-birth or warrant to bury, and

iii. the funeral home or funeral director.

33. Subsection 59 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 26” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

34. Subsection 60 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 28” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

35. Subsection 61 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “required” and substituting “approved”.

36. Subsection 62 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 31” and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

37. (1) Clause 71 (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(a) within 24 hours after issuing a burial permit, forward to the division registrar by whom the sub-registrar was appointed the statement of death and whichever of the medical certificate of death and the warrant to bury that the sub-registrar receives; and

(2) Paragraphs 4 and 6 of clause 71 (b) of the Regulation are revoked.

(3) Paragraphs 7 and 8 of clause 71 (b) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

7. Name of the person who completed the medical certificate of death or warrant to bury.

8. Name and address of the funeral home or funeral director.

38. (1) Subsection 72 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 32” in the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

(2) Subsection 72 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 32” in the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

39. Subsection 72.1 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(1) The following are prescribed as institutions for the purposes of section 48.13 of the Act:

1. Canada Border Services Agency.

2. Canada Employment Insurance Commission.

3. Canada Revenue Agency.

4. Chief Electoral Officer of Canada and the office of the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada.

5. Chief Electoral Officer of Ontario and the office of the Chief Electoral Officer of Ontario.

6. Department of Human Resources and Skills Development.

7. Ontario Public Service Employees’ Union Pension Plan Board of Trustees.

8. Ontario Public Service Pension Board.

9. Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board.

40. Subsection 75 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out “in Form 39” in the portion before clause (a) and substituting “in the form approved by the Registrar General”.

41. Forms 3, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 32, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 and 42 of the Regulation are revoked.

42. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), this Regulation comes into force on the later of April 15, 2009 and the day this Regulation is filed.

(2) Sections 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18 come into force on the later of January 1, 2010 and the day this Regulation is filed.

(3) Sections 32, 37 and 39 and this section come into force on the day this Regulation is filed.