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Canadian Chicken Marketing Levies Order

Version of section 2 from 2015-10-16 to 2017-09-27:

  •  (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 and markets 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
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