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  1. Excise Tax Act - R.S.C., 1985, c. E-15 (Section 23.01)
    Marginal note:Definitions
    •  (1) The definitions in this subsection apply in this section.

      temperature compensated method

      temperature compensated method  means the method involving the measurement of the volume of fuel in litres that are corrected to the reference temperature of 15 degrees Celsius in accordance with the requirements imposed by or under the Weights and Measures Act. (méthode fondée sur la compensation de la température)

      uncompensated method

      uncompensated method  means the method involving the measurement of the volume of fuel in litres that are not corrected to a reference temperature. (méthode traditionnelle)

    • (2) For the purposes of determining the tax imposed under subsection 23(1) in respect of fuel, the volume of the fuel shall be measured in accordance with

      • (a) the temperature compensated method, where that method is used by the manufacturer or producer of the fuel for the purpose of establishing the amount of fuel delivered and charged to the purchaser, or by the importer of the fuel to establish the amount of fuel imported; or

    • (3) For the purposes of determining the tax imposed under subsection 23(4) in respect of fuel sold by a licensed wholesaler, the volume of the fuel shall be measured in accordance with

      • (a) the temperature compensated method, where that method is used by the licensed wholesaler for the purpose of establishing the amount of fuel delivered and charged to the purchaser; or

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  2. Defence Production Act - R.S.C., 1985, c. D-1 (SCHEDULE : Controlled Goods List)

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    INTERPRETATION

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    “DEFENSE ARTICLE”

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    GROUP 2 OF THE GUIDE
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    • (2) The following modifications apply to the controlled goods as set out in Group 2 of the Guide:

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      • (i) items 2-10.a and 2-10.b of the Guide are to be read as follows:

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              have a melting point greater than 1,300 °C and maintain a dielectric constant less than 6 at a temperature greater than 500 °C,
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      • (l) the portion of item 2-11 of the Guide before the “Note” is to be read as follows:

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              Analogue-to-digital converter “microcircuits”, which are “radiation-hardened” or are rated for operation in the temperature range from below -54° C to above +125° C;
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              Electrical input type analogue-to-digital converter printed circuit boards or modules, that are rated for operation in the temperature range from below -45° C to above +55° C and that incorporate “microcircuits” that are described in 2-11.a.2. as set out in the schedule of the Defence Production Act;
    GROUP 5 OF THE GUIDE

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    GROUP 6 OF THE GUIDE

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    EXCEPTIONS

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  3. Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act - S.C. 2018, c. 12, s. 186 (Section 3)

     The following definitions apply in this Part, Part 1 of Schedule 1 and Schedule 2.

    coke oven gas

    coke oven gas  means gas that is recovered from the carbonization of coal at high temperatures in a coke oven for the production of coke and that is suitable as a source of energy. (gaz de four à coke)

    naphtha

    naphtha  means a refined or partially refined petroleum fraction with an approximate boiling temperature between 50°C and 204°C other than aviation gasoline, aviation turbo fuel, gasoline, heavy fuel oil, kerosene, light fuel oil or petroleum coke. (naphta)


  4. Weights and Measures Act - R.S.C., 1985, c. W-6 (SCHEDULE I : Units Based on the International System of Units)

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    PART I

    Basic Units of Measurement

    Basic Unit Symbol Definition
    5 kelvin K the unit for the measurement of thermodynamic temperature, being the kelvin as defined by the 26e Conférence générale des poids et mesures as reported in the Comptes rendus de la 26e Conférence générale des poids et mesures published by the Bureau international des poids et mesures, as amended from time to time

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    PART IV

    Customary Units of Measurement Used with the International System

    Customary Unit Symbol Definition
    degree Celsius °C an interval of 1°C = an interval of 1 kelvin; a temperature of 0°C corresponds to 273.15 kelvins

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  5. Oil Tanker Moratorium Act - S.C. 2019, c. 26 (SCHEDULE)

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    List of Persistent Oils

    Item Persistent Oils
    14 Condensate, if less than 50% of it, by volume, distills at a temperature of 340°C and if less than 95% of it, by volume, distills at a temperature of 370°C, when tested in accordance with the American Society for Testing and Materials ASTM D86 method entitled Standard Test Method for Distillation of Petroleum Products and Liquid Fuels at Atmospheric Pressure, as amended from time to time


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