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Canadian Broiler Hatching Egg and Chick Orderly Marketing Regulations (SOR/2000-283)

Regulations are current to 2021-03-23 and last amended on 2016-11-18. Previous Versions

Orderly Marketing Quotas (continued)

  •  (1) An orderly marketing quota shall be expressed in a number of broiler hatching eggs.

  • (2) For the purpose of marketing chicks, the number of broiler hatching eggs in the orderly marketing quota shall be converted into the number of chicks by multiplying the number of broiler hatching eggs in the quota by the hatchability for the province of production during the year preceding the year in which the chicks are marketed.

 An orderly marketing quota expires on December 31 of the year for which it is allotted.

  •  (1) No producer, dealer or hatchery operator shall sell, give as security, lease or assign an orderly marketing quota.

  • (2) Where a producer, dealer or hatchery operator ceases to carry on business, the Agency may, on application, re-allot any orderly marketing quota held by that producer, dealer or hatchery operator on such terms and conditions as are necessary for the orderly marketing of broiler hatching eggs or chicks.

Reduction of Orderly Marketing Quotas

 Where a producer, dealer or hatchery operator markets broiler hatching eggs or chicks produced in a non-signatory province in interprovincial trade into a signatory province in excess of that producer’s, dealer’s or hatchery operator’s orderly marketing quota for that signatory province for a year, the Agency shall reduce, in such manner and to such extent as are necessary for the orderly marketing of broiler hatching eggs and chicks, that producer’s, dealer’s or hatchery operator’s orderly marketing quota for that signatory province for the following year.

Suspension and Cancellation of Orderly Marketing Quotas

 If a licence issued by the Agency to a producer, dealer or hatchery operator pursuant to the Canadian Broiler Hatching Egg and Chick Licensing Regulations is suspended or cancelled, the orderly marketing quota for that producer, dealer or hatchery operator shall be suspended or cancelled, as the case may be.

New Entrants

 The Agency shall, on application, on such terms and conditions as are necessary for the orderly marketing of broiler hatching eggs and chicks, allot orderly marketing quotas for a signatory province to persons in a non-signatory province who did not market broiler hatching eggs or chicks produced in the non-signatory province in interprovincial trade into the signatory province during the qualifying period, if

  • (a) the market for broiler hatching eggs or chicks in the signatory province has increased; and

  • (b) the Agency has assigned a number of broiler hatching eggs or chicks for the allotment of orderly marketing quotas.

Coming into Force

 These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are registered.

 
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