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  1. Application of Provincial Laws Regulations - SOR/96-312 (SCHEDULE)
    Application of Provincial Laws Regulations

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

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      • (c) a reference to “provincial offences officer” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”;

      • (d) a reference to “set fine” shall be read as a reference to the amount of the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act;

      • (e) a reference to “offence notice” or “parking infraction notice”, where the offence notice or parking infraction notice is served on the defendant, shall be read as a reference to “ticket”; and

      • (f) a reference to “certificate of offence” or “certificate of parking infraction”, where the certificate of offence or certificate of parking infraction is filed with the court, shall be read as a reference to “ticket”.

    • (3) For the purposes of subsection (1), in Part II of the Provincial Offences Act of Ontario, in addition to the modifications referred to in subsection (2),

      • (a) a reference to “by-law” or “by-law of a municipality” shall, except in subsections 17(5) and 18.6(1), be read as a reference to “enactment”;

      • (b) a reference to “infraction” or “parking infraction” shall be read as a reference to a contravention in respect of any unlawful parking, standing or stopping of a vehicle that is created by an enactment;

      • (c) a reference to “clerk of a municipality” or “clerk of the municipality” shall be read as a reference to the clerk of a municipality with which the Minister has entered into an agreement pursuant to subsections 65.2(2) and 65.3(1) of the Contraventions Act; and

      • (d) a reference to “person designated by the regulations” shall, except in subsection 18.6(4), be read as a reference to a person designated by regulations made under Part II of the Provincial Offences Act of Ontario in respect of a municipality with which the Minister has entered into an agreement pursuant to subsections 65.2(2) and 65.3(1) of the Contraventions Act.

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    • (3) For the purposes of any agreement entered into pursuant to subsections 65.2(2) and 65.3(1) of the Contraventions Act, section 18.6 of the Provincial Offences Act of Ontario and the regulations made under Part II of that Act shall be read as authorizing a municipality that has entered into such an agreement to collect fines in respect of contraventions related to the unlawful parking, standing or stopping of a vehicle.

    3 Any administrative service or communication arising from the application of section 5.1, 7 or 17.1 of the Provincial Offences Act of Ontario shall be provided in the same manner as if the service or communication were provided from an office or facility of a federal institution under section 22 of the Official Languages Act where there is significant demand under that section for such a service or communication in both official languages.

    4 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “Legislature” shall be read as a reference to “Parliament”;

      • (b) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

      • (c) a reference to “Act” or to “regulation” shall be read as a reference to “enactment”; and

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    3 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “categorized offence” or “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

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      • (c) a reference to “authorized person” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”;

      • (d) a reference in the French version to “billet de contravention” shall be read as a reference to “procès-verbal”; and

      • (e) a reference to “minimum fine” shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “fine” shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act;

      • (b) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

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      • (d) a reference to “enforcement officer” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”.

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    3 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “enactment” shall be read to include an enactment (as defined in section 2 of the Contraventions Act);

      • (b) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

      • (c) a reference to “officer” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”; and

      • (d) a reference to “penalty” or “minimum penalty authorized by law” shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act.

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    3 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “Legislature” shall be read as a reference to “Parliament”;

      • (b) a reference to “enactment” shall be read to include an enactment, as defined in section 2 of the Contraventions Act;

      • (c) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

      • (d) a reference to “peace officer”, “complainant” or “any other person having responsibility for the enforcement of a provision of an enactment” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”; and

      • (e) a reference to “prescribed fine” shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council under paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act.

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    4 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with any modifications that the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments,

      • (a) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

      • (b) a reference to “law” shall be read as a reference to “enactment”;

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      • (d) a reference to “statement of offence” shall be read as a reference to “ticket”;

      • (e) a reference to “minimum fine” or “minimum sentence” in the Code of Penal Procedure of Quebec shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council under paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act;

      • (f) a reference to “minimum fine” or “minimum sentence” in the Regulation respecting the form of statements of offence shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council under paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act; and

      • (g) the reference to “minimum statutory sentence” in subparagraph 8 of the first paragraph of article 146 of the Code of Penal Procedure of Quebec shall be read as a reference to “sentence”.

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    • (2) The fine payable for a contravention may exceed that amount if the prosecution is instituted by way of a general statement of offence with a request for sentence allowing for a greater sentence than the minimum sentence, as referred to in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 23 of the Regulation respecting the form of statements of offence.

    4 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments,

      • (a) a reference to “enforcement officer” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”;

      • (b) a reference to “prosecutor” shall be read as a reference to “Attorney General”;

      • (c) a reference to “violation ticket” shall be read as a reference to “ticket”;

      • (d) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”; and

      • (e) a reference to “fine” shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act.

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    • (4) A reference to the “Assistant Deputy Attorney General, Criminal Justice Branch” in sections 18 and 18.1 of the Offence Act of British Columbia shall be read as a reference to the “Chief Federal Prosecutor, Public Prosecution Service of Canada, Regional Office of British Columbia”.

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    • (2) Despite subsection 14(5) of the Offence Act of British Columbia, subsections 4(7) and (8), paragraphs 7(1)(a) to (c), and subsections 7(2) and (3) of the Local Government Bylaw Notice Enforcement Act, S.B.C. 2003, c. 60, apply with such modifications as the circumstances require to the service of a ticket issued in respect of a parking contravention.

    3 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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  2. Application of Provincial Laws Regulations - SOR/96-312 (SCHEDULE)
    Application of Provincial Laws Regulations

    [...]

    [...]

    • [...]

    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

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      • (c) a reference to “provincial offences officer” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”;

      • (d) a reference to “set fine” shall be read as a reference to the amount of the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act;

      • (e) a reference to “offence notice” or “parking infraction notice”, where the offence notice or parking infraction notice is served on the defendant, shall be read as a reference to “ticket”; and

      • (f) a reference to “certificate of offence” or “certificate of parking infraction”, where the certificate of offence or certificate of parking infraction is filed with the court, shall be read as a reference to “ticket”.

    • (3) For the purposes of subsection (1), in Part II of the Provincial Offences Act of Ontario, in addition to the modifications referred to in subsection (2),

      • (a) a reference to “by-law” or “by-law of a municipality” shall, except in subsections 17(5) and 18.6(1), be read as a reference to “enactment”;

      • (b) a reference to “infraction” or “parking infraction” shall be read as a reference to a contravention in respect of any unlawful parking, standing or stopping of a vehicle that is created by an enactment;

      • (c) a reference to “clerk of a municipality” or “clerk of the municipality” shall be read as a reference to the clerk of a municipality with which the Minister has entered into an agreement pursuant to subsections 65.2(2) and 65.3(1) of the Contraventions Act; and

      • (d) a reference to “person designated by the regulations” shall, except in subsection 18.6(4), be read as a reference to a person designated by regulations made under Part II of the Provincial Offences Act of Ontario in respect of a municipality with which the Minister has entered into an agreement pursuant to subsections 65.2(2) and 65.3(1) of the Contraventions Act.

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    • (3) For the purposes of any agreement entered into pursuant to subsections 65.2(2) and 65.3(1) of the Contraventions Act, section 18.6 of the Provincial Offences Act of Ontario and the regulations made under Part II of that Act shall be read as authorizing a municipality that has entered into such an agreement to collect fines in respect of contraventions related to the unlawful parking, standing or stopping of a vehicle.

    3 Any administrative service or communication arising from the application of section 5.1, 7 or 17.1 of the Provincial Offences Act of Ontario shall be provided in the same manner as if the service or communication were provided from an office or facility of a federal institution under section 22 of the Official Languages Act where there is significant demand under that section for such a service or communication in both official languages.

    4 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “Legislature” shall be read as a reference to “Parliament”;

      • (b) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

      • (c) a reference to “Act” or to “regulation” shall be read as a reference to “enactment”; and

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    3 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “categorized offence” or “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

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      • (c) a reference to “authorized person” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”;

      • (d) a reference in the French version to “billet de contravention” shall be read as a reference to “procès-verbal”; and

      • (e) a reference to “minimum fine” shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “fine” shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act;

      • (b) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

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      • (d) a reference to “enforcement officer” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”.

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    3 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “enactment” shall be read to include an enactment (as defined in section 2 of the Contraventions Act);

      • (b) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

      • (c) a reference to “officer” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”; and

      • (d) a reference to “penalty” or “minimum penalty authorized by law” shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act.

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    3 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “Legislature” shall be read as a reference to “Parliament”;

      • (b) a reference to “enactment” shall be read to include an enactment, as defined in section 2 of the Contraventions Act;

      • (c) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

      • (d) a reference to “peace officer”, “complainant” or “any other person having responsibility for the enforcement of a provision of an enactment” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”; and

      • (e) a reference to “prescribed fine” shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council under paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act.

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    4 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with any modifications that the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments,

      • (a) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

      • (b) a reference to “law” shall be read as a reference to “enactment”;

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      • (d) a reference to “statement of offence” shall be read as a reference to “ticket”;

      • (e) a reference to “minimum fine” or “minimum sentence” in the Code of Penal Procedure of Quebec shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council under paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act;

      • (f) a reference to “minimum fine” or “minimum sentence” in the Regulation respecting the form of statements of offence shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council under paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act; and

      • (g) the reference to “minimum statutory sentence” in subparagraph 8 of the first paragraph of article 146 of the Code of Penal Procedure of Quebec shall be read as a reference to “sentence”.

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    • (2) The fine payable for a contravention may exceed that amount if the prosecution is instituted by way of a general statement of offence with a request for sentence allowing for a greater sentence than the minimum sentence, as referred to in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 23 of the Regulation respecting the form of statements of offence.

    4 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with such modifications as the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments,

      • (a) a reference to “enforcement officer” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”;

      • (b) a reference to “prosecutor” shall be read as a reference to “Attorney General”;

      • (c) a reference to “violation ticket” shall be read as a reference to “ticket”;

      • (d) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”; and

      • (e) a reference to “fine” shall be read as a reference to the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act.

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    • (4) A reference to the “Assistant Deputy Attorney General, Criminal Justice Branch” in sections 18 and 18.1 of the Offence Act of British Columbia shall be read as a reference to the “Chief Federal Prosecutor, Public Prosecution Service of Canada, Regional Office of British Columbia”.

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    • (2) Despite subsection 14(5) of the Offence Act of British Columbia, subsections 4(7) and (8), paragraphs 7(1)(a) to (c), and subsections 7(2) and (3) of the Local Government Bylaw Notice Enforcement Act, S.B.C. 2003, c. 60, apply with such modifications as the circumstances require to the service of a ticket issued in respect of a parking contravention.

    3 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530, 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with such modifications as the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with any modifications that the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection

      • (a) a reference to “offence notice” or “offence notice ticket” shall be read as a reference to “ticket”;

      • (b) a reference to “peace officer” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority” and, in the case of a French version, a reference to “agent de la paix” shall be read as a reference to “agent de l’autorité”;

      • (c) a reference to “prosecutor” shall be read as a reference to “Attorney General”; and

      • (d) a reference to “specified penalty sum” shall be read as a reference to the amount of the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act.

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    4 The enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530 and 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with any modifications that the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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    • (2) The provision of an enactment and the enactments referred to in subsection (1) apply with any modifications that the circumstances require and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, for the purposes of that subsection, in those enactments

      • (a) a reference to “enactment” shall be read to include an enactment as defined in section 2 of the Contraventions Act;

      • (b) a reference to “offence” shall be read as a reference to “contravention”;

      • (c) a reference to “peace officer” shall be read as a reference to “enforcement authority”;

      • (d) a reference to “prosecutor” shall be read as a reference to “Attorney General”;

      • (e) a reference to “specified penalty” shall be read as a reference to the amount of the fine established by the Governor in Council pursuant to paragraph 8(1)(c) of the Contraventions Act; and

      • (f) a reference to “violation ticket” shall be read as a reference to “ticket”.

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    4 The provision of an enactment and the enactments made applicable by this Part shall be read as if sections 530 and 530.01 and paragraphs 530.1(a) to (h) of the Criminal Code, with any modifications that the circumstances require, were contained in those enactments.

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  3. Application of Provincial Laws Regulations - SOR/96-312 (Section 1)
    Application of Provincial Laws Regulations

     The laws of a province referred to in the schedule apply, as amended from time to time, to the prosecution of contraventions designated under the Contraventions Regulations, to the extent and with the adaptations indicated in the schedule.



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