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Legislação
Canadá, Américas, América do Norte

The purpose of this Act is to establish mechanisms to support a sustained long-term reduction of poverty in Ontario, above all of poverty of children. Section 3 establishes that not all groups of people share the same level of risk of poverty. The poverty reduction strategy must recognize the heightened risk among groups such as immigrants, women, single mothers, people with disabilities, aboriginal peoples and racialized groups.

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Legislação
Canadá, Américas, América do Norte

The present Act provides for the establishment of the protected park area St. Lawrence. To this end the St. Lawrence Parks Commission is continued as a corporation without share capital under the name St. Lawrence Parks Commission in English and Commission des parcs du Saint-Lawrence in French.

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Regulamentos
Canadá, Américas, América do Norte

The present Regulation implements the Land Titles Act (Chapter L. 5). At the outset the text contains the definition of “electronic format” and “non electronic format”. Section 3 establishes various land titles divisions in application of section 85 of the above-mentioned Act. The text consists of 14 sections.

Implements: Land Titles Act (R.S.O. 1990, c. L.5) (2017)
Repealed by: Ontario Regulation (O. Reg. 440/11). (2011-05-18)

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Regulamentos
Canadá, Américas, América do Norte

The present Regulation is made under the Planning Act. In particular, the Regulation set out minimum requirements with respect to the information that must be submitted with each land use planning application. The text consists of 14 sections and 1 Schedule.

Implements: Planning Act (R.S.O. 1990, c. P.13). (2016)

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Legislação
Canadá, Américas, América do Norte

This Act provides for the description of a cooperative and dictates how cooperatives must operate. It governs all cooperatives incorporated in the Province of Saskatchewan, with the exception of credit unions and caisses populaires, which are regulated under a different piece of legislation, the Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act.

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