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Canadian Chicken Marketing Levies Order (SOR/2002-35)

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Canadian Chicken Marketing Levies Order

SOR/2002-35

FARM PRODUCTS AGENCIES ACT

Registration 2001-12-24

Canadian Chicken Marketing Levies Order

Whereas the Governor in Council has, by the Chicken Farmers of Canada ProclamationFootnote a, established Chicken Farmers of Canada pursuant to subsection 16(1)Footnote b of the Farm Products Agencies ActFootnote c;

Whereas Chicken Farmers of Canada has been empowered to implement a marketing plan pursuant to the Chicken Farmers of Canada Proclamationa;

Whereas the proposed annexed Canadian Chicken Marketing Levies Order is an order of a class to which paragraph 7(1)(d)Footnote d of the Farm Products Agencies Actc applies by reason of section 2 of the Agencies’ Orders and Regulations Approval OrderFootnote e, and has been submitted to the National Farm Products Council pursuant to paragraph 22(1)(f) of that Act;

And whereas, pursuant to paragraph 7(1)(d)d of the Farm Products Agencies Actc, the National Farm Products Council is satisfied that the proposed order is necessary for the implementation of the marketing plan that Chicken Farmers of Canada is authorized to implement, and has approved the proposed order;

Therefore, Chicken Farmers of Canada, pursuant to paragraph 22(1)(f) of the Farm Products Agencies Actc and section 12Footnote f of the schedule to the Chicken Farmers of Canada Proclamationa, hereby makes the annexed Canadian Chicken Marketing Levies Order.

Ottawa, Ontario, December 20, 2001

Interpretation

 The following definitions apply in this Order.

Act

Act means the Farm Products Agencies Act. (Loi)

audit period

audit period means two consecutive periods during which chicken produced in a province is authorized to be marketed under the Canadian Chicken Marketing Quota Regulations. (période de vérification)

CFC

CFC[Repealed, SOR/2015-228, s. 1]

chicken

chicken[Repealed, SOR/2015-228, s. 1]

communal group

communal group, in respect of

  • (a) Saskatchewan, has the same meaning as in Order No. 61/11 – Communal Group Production Exemption made by the Chicken Farmers of Saskatchewan Board; and

  • (b) Alberta, has the same meaning as in paragraph 1(g) of the Alberta Chicken Producers Marketing Regulation, Alta. Reg. 3/2000. (ferme collective)

communal group production quota

communal group production quota means a quota for the production or marketing of chicken granted to a communal group under a law of the Province in which it is situated. (contingent de production de ferme collective)

dealer

dealer means a person, other than a producer or processor, who purchases live chicken in interprovincial or export trade. (négociant)

federal market development quota

federal market development quota means the number of kilograms of chicken, expressed in live weight, that a producer is entitled, under the Canadian Chicken Marketing Quota Regulations, to market in interprovincial or export trade to market development licensees during the period referred to in the schedule to those Regulations. (contingent fédéral d’expansion du marché)

federal quota

federal quota means the number of kilograms of chicken, expressed in live weight, not including a federal market development quota or federal specialty chicken quota, that a producer is entitled, under the Canadian Chicken Marketing Quota Regulations, to market in interprovincial or export trade during the period referred to in the schedule to those Regulations. (contingent fédéral)

federal specialty chicken quota

federal specialty chicken quota means the number of kilograms of chicken, expressed in live weight, that a producer is entitled under the Canadian Chicken Marketing Quota Regulations, to market in interprovincial or export trade, during the period referred to in the schedule to those Regulations, to any holder of a specialty chicken licence. (contingent fédéral de poulet de spécialité)

market development commitment period

market development commitment period means the period that spans the following three periods:

market development licence

market development licence means a market development licence issued by CFC under the Canadian Chicken Licensing Regulations. (permis d’expansion du marché)

marketing

marketing[Repealed, SOR/2015-228, s. 1]

primary processor

primary processor means a processor who slaughters chicken that was produced and marketed under a federal market development quota or federal specialty chicken quota. (transformateur primaire)

processing

processing means the slaughtering of chicken or the changing of the nature, size, quality or condition of slaughtered chicken. (transformation)

processor

processor means a person who is engaged in the business of processing and otherwise marketing chicken. (transformateur)

producer

producer[Repealed, SOR/2015-228, s. 1]

Provincial Commodity Board

Provincial Commodity Board[Repealed, SOR/2015-228, s. 1]

registered production facilities

registered production facilities means production facilities that are registered under the laws of the province in which they are situated. (installations de production agréées)

specialty chicken licence

specialty chicken licence means a specialty chicken licence that is issued by CFC under the Canadian Chicken Licensing Regulations. (permis de poulet de spécialité)

  • SOR/2002-281, s. 1(F)
  • SOR/2007-251, s. 1
  • SOR/2014-145, s. 1
  • SOR/2015-228, s. 1

Application

  •  (1) This Order applies to

    • (a) a producer who sells, in interprovincial or export trade, live chicken produced under a federal quota;

    • (b) a dealer who purchases, in interprovincial or export trade, live chicken produced under a federal quota;

    • (c) a processor who purchases, for interprovincial or export trade, live chicken produced under a federal quota;

    • (d) a producer who sells, in interprovincial or export trade, live chicken in excess of a federal quota;

    • (e) a primary processor who markets chicken produced under a federal market development quota

    • (f) a primary processor or producer who markets, in interprovincial or export trade, chicken produced under a federal specialty chicken quota; and

    • (g) a primary processor or producer who markets, in interprovincial or export trade, chicken in excess of a federal specialty chicken quota.

  • (2) This Order does not apply to

    • (a) a producer in the Province of Ontario who produces no more than 300 chickens per year at their premises and is permitted to produce chicken without being allotted a quota under regulations made by the Chicken Farmers of Ontario;

    • (b) a producer in the Province of Quebec who produces and markets no more than 100 chickens per year, unless specifically authorized by Les Éleveurs de volailles du Québec to market a greater quantity;

    • (c) a producer in the Province of Nova Scotia who produces no more than 200 chickens per year at their premises for personal consumption;

    • (d) a producer in the Province of New Brunswick who produces and markets no more than 200 chickens per year;

    • (e) a producer in the Province of Manitoba who produces and markets no more than 999 chickens per year;

    • (f) a producer in the Province of British Columbia who produces and markets no more than 200 chickens per year;

    • (g) a producer in the Province of Prince Edward Island who produces and markets no more than 500 chickens per year;

    • (h) a producer in the Province of Saskatchewan who produces and markets no more than 999 chickens per year or a communal group within that Province that produces and markets chicken under a communal group production quota;

    • (i) a producer in the Province of Alberta who produces and markets no more than 2,000 chickens per year or a communal group within that Province that produces and markets chicken under a communal group production quota;

    • (j) a producer in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador who produces and markets no more than 100 chickens per year.

  • SOR/2002-281, s. 2
  • SOR/2014-145, s. 2
  • SOR/2015-228, s. 2
  • SOR/2017-213, s. 1
 
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