2 (1) Subject to sections 7 and 9 to 11, these Regulations do not apply to gasoline for use in
(2) Subject to sections 9 to 11, these Regulations do not apply to
(4) Subject to sections 7 and 9 to 13 and subsections 18(4) and 19(3), these Regulations do not apply to gasoline-like blendstock.
(6) These Regulations do not apply to gasoline that has been stored in the northern supply area for the purpose of providing gasoline to persons in emergency situations if the gasoline was supplied before July 1, 1999 and stored before July 1, 2000.
24 These Regulations come into force on November 6, 1997.
22 (1) For each year for which the basis is a yearly pool average elected under section 15, a primary supplier must have an auditor who is independent of the primary supplier perform an audit to verify that the primary supplier’s systems, practices and procedures are, in the auditor’s opinion, appropriate to demonstrate compliance with these Regulations and that the records and reports required by these Regulations are complete and accurate.
(3) The primary supplier must submit a report, signed by the auditor, to the Minister by May 31 after the year for which the audit was carried out that contains
(d) the procedures followed by the auditor to assess the validity of the information required by these Regulations;
(e) an assessment by the auditor of the extent to which the primary supplier has complied with these Regulations throughout the year of the audit; and
(f) a description of the nature and date of any inaccuracies in the records and any other deviations from the requirements of these Regulations by the primary supplier.
1 (1) The definitions in this subsection apply in these Regulations.
California gasoline means gasoline that
(b) has been identified as California gasoline under subsection 9(1) of these Regulations. (essence Californie)
complying gasoline means gasoline that meets the compositional requirements of these Regulations relating to benzene and the benzene emissions number and that has been identified as
statistical quality assurance program means a combination of testing and statistical techniques used to determine whether gasoline meets the compositional requirements of these Regulations relating to benzene and the benzene emissions number. (programme statistique d’assurance de la qualité)
(2) Any regulation, standard or method that is incorporated by reference in these Regulations is incorporated as amended from time to time.
2 (1) Subject to subsection (2) and the compositional requirements of these Regulations, model parameters that are used in this Schedule must be within the following ranges:
(2) Subject to the compositional requirements of these Regulations, a model parameter may be outside a range specified in subsection (1) if the primary supplier informs the Minister in writing, by an annex to the report required by section 8 of these Regulations, of the reason why the model parameter, except for RVP, is outside the range and of the volume of gasoline affected.