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Ministry of Citizens’ Culture and Inquiry Recreation Bureau

Hon. Reuben C. Baetz Minister Douglas Wright Deputy Minister

B621 10/79 5500

Available from:

Ontario Government Bookstore 880 Bay St., Toronto M7A 1N8 Price: $4.00 per copy (plus tax)

ISSN 0383-5413

Citizens’ Inquiry Bureau

If you have any comments or suggestions about the kwic index or if after using it you are still unable to find a source of information or service in the Ontario Government, call or write to:

Citizens’ Inquiry Bureau Ministry of Culture & Recreation 77 Bloor St. West, 6th Floor Toronto, Ontario M7A 2R9 Tel (416) 965-3535

Foreword

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The KWIC INDEX TO THE GOVERNMENT

of Ontario is a fast, comprehensive reference to the programs and services of the Ontario Government. If you take a few minutes to read “Tips on Using the kwic index” on page vi, you will find some useful information about how to use the book. Information is organized under simple headings or “key words” most commonly used by the public in their day-to-day dealings with the government.

The kwic index is widely used by ministries and agencies of the Ontario Government to help provide good public service. Other users include elected officials and their constituency offices, libraries, community information centres and private industry.

We are grateful to all ministries, agencies and commissions for their cooperation in supplying information about their programs and to the many users of the previous editions for their useful suggestions.

I encourage you to contact the Citizens’ Inquiry Bureau with your comments or suggestions for future editions of the Index.

Hon. Reuben C. Baetz Minister of Culture & Recreation

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Contents

Foreword . . . iii

Tips On Using the kwic index . vi

Other Sources of Information . ix

Understanding the Government Structure . x

Ministry Abbreviations . xvi

Key Word Index . xvii

kwic index . 1

Appendices:

Directory of Regional, Area & Field Offices:

Agriculture & Food . 695

Attorney General . 699

Colleges & Universities . 700

Community & Social Services . 702

Consumer & Commercial Relations . 714

Correctional Services . 722

Culture & Recreation . 732

Education . 735

Environment . 736

Government Services . 738

Health . 739

Housing . . . , . 745

Industry & Tourism . 751

Intergovernmental Affairs . 754

Labour . 755

Natural Resources . 758

Northern Affairs . 761

Revenue . 763

Solicitor General . 766

Transportation & Communications . 769

Ontario Hydro . 771

Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Alphabetical List

of Constituencies . 772

Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Members and

Constituency Offices . 775

Ministerial Responsibility for Acts . 785

Mailing Addresses in Metro Toronto . 798

How to be on the kwic index Mailing List . 801

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Tips on using the KWIC Index

The kwic index gets its name from the Key Word In Context computer system on which it is based.

Purpose

The Index guides users to the correct source of information or service in the Ontario Government. See page ix for other sources of information. Each entry is a brief but complete description of a branch or agency’s activities but does not include specifics on a program.

These should be obtained directly from the branch or agency.

How To Use the Index

1. Identify your area of interest, for example, you are starting a retail business and would like to get a vendor’s permit for retail sales tax purposes.

2. Look for the key word that tells you about the subject, e.g. Retail Sales Tax. Under this key word is the description and telephone number of “Revenue Retail Sales Tax Br.” Had you chosen “Vendor’s Permit” as your key word, you would have found the same information.

3. If you can’t find your key word, consult the “Key Word Index” on page xvii which alphabetically lists all key words used by the Index.

4. Let’s take another example to show that the Index provides information about over-all Ontario Government involvement with a subject. Panning, for example, is covered by these key words: Parm, Parm Income Stabilization, Farm Land, Farm Products. Under each key word are descriptions, arranged alphabetically by ministry, of branches dealing with different aspects of the subject.

Each entry begins with the Ministry name (abbreviated to conserve space) and Branch or Agency name. Refer to page xvi to identify these abbreviations. For easy scanning, a key word is printed in bold each time a distinct aspect is mentioned in the description.

To call the user’s attention to another key word related to the subject at hand, “see also” references are used, e.g., “Debt, see also Credit”. To control the vocabulary and size of the book, “see” references are used, guiding the user to the key word from a term not designated as such, e.g., “Cartography, see Maps” or “Discharging a Mortgage, see CCR Regional Property Registration”.

Key words which are Government terminology whose meaning may not already be explained in the branch descriptions are defined, e.g., Correctional Institutions, Extended Health Care, Half-way Houses.

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The user is reminded that the kwic index deals with Ontario Government information and services only. Involvement of other levels of government is indicated in limited cases, i.e., those key words about information and services frequently requested by the public such as Citizenship, Immigrants, Pensions.

Page headings function like those of a dictionary. On the left page the heading tells you the first key word on that page; on the right, the last.

Telephone Numbers, Addresses,

Regional Offices

Telephone numbers in the entries are in the 416 area code unless otherwise stated. Outside Metro Toronto consult your local telephone directory for Government of Ontario listings or refer to page 695 of this Index for a directory of regional, area and field offices. The directory is organized by Ministry, listing branches, agencies and institutions alphabetically by city or town. Where information is available on the area served by an office, this is indicated in parentheses at the bottom of each address.

The amalgamation of the Ministry of Colleges & Universities and the Ministry of Education was in process at the time of writing. If there is difficulty getting telephone numbers of programs affected by the amalgamation, contact the Ministry of Education’s Central Services Branch, Information Services Section at 416 965-6407.

To write to an Ontario Government branch or agency in Metro Toronto, refer to page 798 for a listing of mailing addresses.

The kwic index does not concern itself with names of officials, individuals’ telephone numbers nor street locations of offices in Queen’s Park and Metro Toronto. This information is available from a companion reference, the Ontario Government Telephone Directory, published twice a year by the Ministry of Government Services. It is on sale at the Ontario Government Bookstore, 880 Bay St., Toronto M7A 1N8.

Ministerial Responsibility for Acts

“Ministerial Responsibility for Acts” on page 785 lists Ontario legislation alphabetically by name of the Act. The Ministry or office responsible is indicated beside each Act. If you are not sure which branch administers an Act, contact the ministry’s Information/Communications Branch or Legal Services Branch.

The Government Structure

“Understanding the Government Structure” on page x tells you how the Government is organized. It provides brief descriptions of the over-all goals of each ministry.

In turn, all branches and agencies of each ministry are described in the Index, alphabetically by ministry name. Ministry of Agriculture & Food branches, for example, are found starting on page 14.

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There are several categories of Ontario Government agencies, boards and commissions, or “special purpose bodies” as they are sometimes known.

Some bodies designed to serve a continuing function are created by specific Acts administered by the appropriate ministry to deal with the subject concerned. These are listed by ministry in the Index, e.g., Health Addiction Research Foundation. Some autonomous bodies are listed separately, e.g., Workmen’s Compensation Board but the description indicates the ministry through which they report to the Legislature.

Under the Public Inquiries Act, the Legislature authorizes Cabinet to appoint one or more individuals as a Commission or Royal Commission to inquire into a specific public concern. The Act governs methods and procedures used by the Commission, e.g., hearings, subpoena power. The Index lists a few long-term ones under “Commission” or “Royal Commission” such as Royal Commission on the Northern Environment.

Judicial Inquiries may be appointed under Specific Acts to examine special legal circumstances. Usually short-term, these bodies are not included in the Index. The Queen’s Park Switchboard can provide the address and phone number for a current Inquiry.

Advisory Committees and Task Forces are appointed by a Minister if empowered by the Ministry Act or by Order-In-Council to examine specific matters. We have listed the current ones by ministry, e.g., Cult & Rec Council on Franco-Ontarian Affairs. Those not reporting to a ministry are listed separately, e.g. Advisory Council on Senior Citizens.

Each session, under the Legislative Assembly Act, the Legislature appoints Select or Standing Committees to which specific matters are referred for examination. The Clerk of the Legislature, listed under “Clerk’s Office,” can answer inquiries about these Committees.

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Other Sources of Information

Community Information Centres and Public Libraries constitute other sources of information in the community. Ministry of Northern Affairs Community Service Offices serve as a contact point for government in northern communities.

Community Information Centres

There are about 60 Community Information Centres in Ontario. Each Centre provides its local public and other organizations with one number to phone for information about services and resources locally available. Directions to and information about all levels of government, as well as local agencies, groups and activities, is available from Centres. Consult your telephone directory or municipal office for the phone number of the Centre that serves you.

Public Libraries

There are about 900 public library branches and other service points in Ontario. Staff inform the public on how to contact all levels of government, local agencies and resources in the community. They also provide access to government publications on their shelves and assist the public in related research. Consult your telephone directory under “Public Library” to find the branch serving your community.

Ministry of Northern Affairs Community Service Offices

Community Service Offices located throughout Northern Ontario provide information service, referral and assistance on all Ontario government programs. Offices also help Federal government agencies service the North. They distribute publications and act as contact points for government agencies. See Appendix for list of offices.

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Understanding the Government Structure

The Ontario Government consists of the men and women elected to represent the people of the Province in the Legislature together with the public servants who put the legislators’ policies into action.

THE CABINET

Officially called the Executive Council, the Cabinet exercises the executive power of the Ontario Government. Cabinet comprises the Premier, the Provincial Secretaries of the three policy fields, Ministers directing ministries, Ministers without portfolio and the Chairman of Management Board of Cabinet.

THE BASIC UNITS

The basic units of the government structure are the Ministries such as Education, Health, Environment and Labour, each responsible to a Minister in the Cabinet. There are also Agencies, Boards and Commissions, some of which are autonomous bodies that function outside the Ministries but at times report to the Legislature through a Cabinet Minister. These Agencies, Boards and Commissions are set up as advisory, regulatory, appeal or legal entities and are generally named Agencies or Boards, Advisory Committees or Councils, Corporations, Institutes, Foundations, Tribunals or Commissions.

The Ministries and some Agencies, Boards and Commissions are grouped into three common areas of interest called policy fields (Justice, Resources Development and Social Development). Some Ministries performing central- agency services for the whole Ontario Government do not fall under a policy field. These are Government Services, Intergovernmental Affairs, Revenue, Treasury & Economics and Civil Service Commission.

The work within a policy field is coordinated by a different kind of Cabinet Minister the Provincial Secretary.

The Provincial Secretaries, supported by small secretariats in each field, are responsible for relating policies and priorities that cut across the traditional lines of departmental organization. This allows Ministries and Agencies to share problems and coordinate courses of action.

Provincial Secretaries guide rather than direct the approaches to the areas of government concern within their policy fields. In Cabinet they sit as equals with colleagues who head Ministries with program responsibilities.

In turn, the policy fields report to the Policy and Priorities Board of Cabinet, chaired by the Premier, which brings an over-all perspective to proposals being developed for consideration by Cabinet itself and eventually, the Legislature.

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The Management Board of Cabinet reviews the implementation of new programs and the effectiveness of continuing operations of the Government.

POLICY FIELDS AND MINISTRIES

Social Development Policy Field

The Ministry of Colleges and Universities. When passed and proclaimed, Bill 19 (The Ministry of Education Act) will combine the Ministry of Colleges and Universities and the Ministry of Education. See The Ministry of Education for goals of the amalgamated Ministry.

The Ministry of Community and Social Services provides programs and services for children and their families, senior citizens, the handicapped (the disabled and those with physical, emotional or educational handicaps), the mentally retarded and those in financial need. It makes available various kinds of assistance to people in the above categories through local governments, private agencies and charitable organizations. The Ministry’s involvement varies and may include funding, developing programs, setting guidelines, consulting, licensing and supervision.

The Ministry of Culture and Recreation

encourages responsible citizenship through cultural and recreational development. Its programs relate to heritage conservation, arts support, sports and fitness, libraries and community information, citizenship and multiculturalism. The ministry supports a number of cultural, recreational and historical facilities and institutions.

The Ministry of Education ensures the provision of all education in Ontario, from kindergarten through to post graduate studies at the university level. The Ministry also provides correspondence courses and operates schools for the deaf, blind and handicapped. It is involved in skill training programs (including apprenticeship). The Ministry provides grants to the province’s school boards and to the universities, community colleges, Ryerson Polytechnical Institute and the Ontario College of Art. The Ministry is also responsible for the education and certification of elementary and secondary school teachers.

The Ministry of Health is responsible for ensuring the good health of the Ontario public by administering such programs as health insurance, care for the mentally ill, extended health care, home care services, the regulation of hospitals and nursing homes, drug benefit. The ministry operates psychiatric hospitals and medical laboratories and coordinates ambulance services.

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Resources Development Policy Field

The Ministry of Agriculture and Food is

concerned with one of Ontario’s most important industries, farming. Its programs include education and research, extension services to increase technical knowledge among farmers, marketing and rural development.

The Ministry of Energy develops and implements a provincial energy policy to ensure an adequate energy supply at a reasonable price and with acceptable impact on the environment. The ministry works closely with Ontario Hydro, the Ontario Energy Board and Ontario Energy Corporation.

The Ministry of the Environment is

responsible for services designed to achieve four major objectives: control of contaminant emissions, establishment of environmental safeguards, management of water and waste, and development and maintenance of measures intended to restore and enhance Ontario’s natural environment.

The Ministry of Housing is responsible for ensuring that provincial interests are reflected through a sound community planning framework and through facilitating the provision and maintenance of adequate, affordable housing.

The Ministry of Industry and Tourism

serves to encourage the effective development of Ontario’s industry, manufacturing and small business sectors; to increase their sales domestically and abroad; to search out new market opportunities; to encourage new technology; to identify key economic problems or opportunities and to assist in the development and promotion of Ontario’s tourism industry.

The Ministry of Labour aims to advance the well-being of employees and employers by promoting the productive use of labour. Its programs are concerned with rights and responsibilities of the individual worker, rights and obligations of management and labour unions, ensuring health and safety in the workplace and improvement of the status of women employees. The Ontario Human Rights Commission and Workmen’s Compensation Board report to the Legislature through the Minister of Labour.

The Ministry of Natural Resources

manages Ontario’s lands and waters to provide opportunities for outdoor recreation and resource development. It ensures adequate social and economic benefits are derived from resource development and manages publicly owned lands. Its range of programs covers such areas as hunting, fishing, mapping, Crown lands, mines, forests and parks.

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The Ministry of Northern Affairs

coordinates Government of Ontario services in Northern Ontario and provides residents easier access to and communication with Government. Its programs include community and regional development including townsite planning; supervision of air, water, road and rail transportation; construction of roads, highways and airports; telecommunications services in the north. The Minister of Northern Affairs is also a member of the other two policy field committees.

The Ministry of Transportation and Communications operates Ontario’s highway system by performing design, construction and maintenance activities and provides subsidies to municipalities for road construction and maintenance. The ministry is also responsible for driver licensing and all aspects of motor vehicle licensing and safety. It represents the rights of Ontario citizens in the communications field and regulates telephone service under provincial jurisdiction.

Justice Policy Field

The Ministry of the Attorney General

directs and supervises the administration of justice in Ontario. Its programs include provision of Crown legal service before all courts in Ontario, legal services for the Government and its agencies, legislative services to cabinet ministers and members of provincial parliament, courts administration, guardian and trustees’ services and the protection of the legal rights of Ontario citizens.

The Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations is responsible for programs that affect business and the consumer. These include licensing, registration and inspection of business establishments to promote a high level of ethical business conduct; licensing and inspection of technical and operational situations to ensure safety; registration of documents related to all aspects of real and personal property ownership. The ministry ensures a reasonable standard of decency in films shown in Ontario and controls the use and availability of beverage alcohol.

The Ministry of Correctional Services

has jurisdiction over all adult offenders sentenced to terms of less than two years. Its services include care in correctional institutions, probation, parole supervision and assistance.

The Ministry of the Solicitor General

contributes to the protection and security of society by law enforcement, maintenance of peace and order and protection of persons and property while ensuring individual freedom and rights. Its programs include supervision of the Ontario Provincial Police, the Ontario Police Commission, the Ontario Police Arbitration Commission, the Chief Coroner’s Office, the Centre of Forensic Sciences and the Office of the Fire Marshal and Forensic Pathology.

The following ministries and offices do not fall under any policy field. They perform central-agency services for the whole Ontario Government.

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The Management Board of Cabinet is

not a ministry but a committee of cabinet ministers with a Chairman. It is responsible for coordinating the financial and administrative operations of the Government. It reviews ministry submissions including program proposals, annual estimates, new legislation and regulations as well as organizational changes. In these activities, the Board is supported by staff of the Management Board Secretariat.

The Civil Service Commission reports to the Chairman of Management Board. Through its major divisions, Staffing, Compensation and Staff Relations, the Commission is responsible for recruitment, classification, salary conditions and terms of employment in the Ontario Public Service.

The Ministry of Government Services is

responsible for providing accommodation facilities and a wide range of goods and services in support of Ontario Government ministries and agencies. The Ministry is organized into three programs: Accommodation,

Supply and Services, and Communications and Computer Services.

The Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs is the province’s chief contact with Ontario local governments. It is responsible for relations with the federal government, other provinces and external governments and agencies. It plans an integral part, along with the Premier’s Office, in the formulation and discussion of the Canadian constitution.

The Ministry of Revenue administers the major taxing statutes of Ontario (such as The Corporations Tax Act, The Gasoline Tax Act, The Tobacco Tax Act, The Retail Sales Tax Act and The Land Transfer Tax Act). It conducts property assessment to provide the tax base for Ontario municipalities and administers two major income redistribution programs: the Ontario Tax Credit System and the Guaranteed Annual Income System (GAINS) for senior citizens. It also operates the Province of Ontario Savings Office.

The Ministry of Treasury & Economics

recommends fiscal, economic and regional policies within the Ontario Government. Work is done on taxation and fiscal policy (including development of the provincial Budget), economic policy and analysis, regional economic development, provincial borrowing and accounting, and statistical information.

YOUR MEMBER OF PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENT

Your MPP the member of the Provincial Parliament elected to represent the constituency in which you live is your principal link with the Government of Ontario.

MPPs participate in discussions, debates and vote in the Legislature and its committees, where policies are made into laws governing all of us. They bring to that task a knowledge of the needs and desires of people living in their areas.

The MPP is a channel of communication between individual citizens and their Government not only through the periodic message of the ballot box, but in daily contacts with constituents.

To write to your MPP in Queen’s Park, address your letter as follows:

Name of MPP

Legislative Buildings

Queen’s Park, Toronto M7A 1A2

See the Appendix of this book for a directory of MPPs’ Constituency Offices.

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Ministry Abbreviations

AG & FOOD ATT GEN CCR

CIV SERV COLL UNIV COMM SOC CORR SERV CULT & REC EDUC ENERGY ENV

GOVT SERV HEALTH HOUSING IND & TOUR INTGOV AFF LABOUR NAT RES NORAFFAIRS REVENUE SOL GEN TR & COMM TREAS ECON

Ministry of Agriculture & Food

Ministry of the Attorney General

Ministry of Consumer & Commercial Relations

Civil Service Commission

Ministry of Colleges & Universities

Ministry of Community & Social Services

Ministry of Correctional Services

Ministry of Culture & Recreation

Ministry of Education

Ministry of Energy

Ministry of the Environment

Ministry of Government Services

Ministry of Health

Ministry of Housing

Ministry of Industry & Tourism

Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs

Ministry of Labour

Ministry of Natural Resources

Ministry of Northern Affairs

Ministry of Revenue

Ministry of Solicitor General

Ministry of Transportation & Communications

Ministry of Treasury & Economics

KEY WORD INDEX xvii

ABATEMENT . 1

ACCIDENTS . 1

ACCOMMODATION . . . 3

ACCOUNTANCY . 3

ACCOUNTING . 4

ACOUSTICS . 6

ACTS . 6

ADDICTION RESEARCH FOUNDATION . 6

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES . 7

ADOPTION . 10

ADULT EDUCATION . 11

ADULT TRAINING CENTRES . 11

ADVERTISING . 11

ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON CONFEDERATION . 12

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON MULTICULTURALISM . 12

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON SENIOR CITIZENS . . . 13

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED . 13

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS . : . 13

AFFIDAVITS . 14

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION . 14

AG & FOOD ACCOUNTS BR . 14

AG & FOOD AGRIC LICENSING & REGISTR REVIEW BOARD . 14

AG & FOOD AGRICULTURAL & HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES . 15

AG & FOOD AGRICULTURAL MANPOWER SERVICES . 15

AG & FOOD AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE . 15

AG & FOOD AUDIT SERVICES BR . 15

AG & FOOD COLLEGES . 15

AG & FOOD ECONOMICS BR . 16

AG & FOOD EXTENSION BR . 16

AG & FOOD FARM INCOME STABILIZATION . 16

AG & FOOD FARM PRODUCTS APPEAL TRIBUNAL . 16

AG & FOOD FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING BR . . 16

AG & FOOD FARM PRODUCTS QUALITY BR FRUIT & VEG . 16

AG & FOOD FARM PRODUCTS QUALITY BR MILK INDUSTRY . 17

AG & FOOD FOODLAND DEVELOPMENT BR . 17

AG & FOOD HOME ECONOMICS BR . 17

AG & FOOD HORTICULTURAL RESEARCH . 17

AG & FOOD INFORMATION BR . 18

AG & FOOD LEGAL BR . 18

AG & FOOD LIVESTOCK BR . 18

AG & FOOD MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS & ADMIN SERVICES BR . 18

AG & FOOD MARKET DEVELOPMENT BR . 18

AG & FOOD ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM . 18

AG & FOOD ONTARIO CROP INSURANCE . 19

AG & FOOD ONTARIO FARM MACHINERY BOARD . 19

AG & FOOD ONTARIO FOOD TERMINAL BOARD . 19

AG & FOOD ONTARIO STOCK YARDS BOARD . 19

AG & FOOD PERSONNEL BR . 7 . 19

AG & FOOD PROGRAMS COORDINATION SECRETARIAT . 19

AG & FOOD PROVINCIAL PESTICIDE RESIDUE TESTING . 19

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AG & FOOD RURAL DEVELOPMENT BR . 20

AG & FOOD SOILS AND CROPS BR . 20

AG & FOOD VETERINARY SERV BR LABORATORY . 20

AG & FOOD VETERINARY SERV BR MEAT INSPECTION . 20

AG & FOOD VETERINARY SERV BR REGULATORY . 20

AG REPS . 21

AGE OF MAJORITY CARDS . 21

AGED . 21

AGENCY OF RECORD . 21

AGRICULTURAL LAND . 21

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION . 21

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH . 21

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES . 22

AGRICULTURE . 22

AIR . 22

AIR CONDITIONING . 23

AIRPORTS . 23

ALCOHOL . 23

ALCOHOLICS . 24

ALE . 25

ALGONQUIN FORESTRY AUTHORITY . 25

AMBULANCE . 25

ANATOMY . 25

ANIMAL SHELTERS . 25

ANIMALS . 25

ANTI-INFLATION . 26

ANTIVENIN . 26

APIARIES . 26

APPEALS . 27

APPRENTICESHIP . 30

APPROVED HOMES . 30

ARBITRATION . 31

ARCHAEOLOGICAL . 31

ARCHITECTS . 32

ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION . 32

ARCHIVES . . ! . . . . 33

ARDA . 33

ART . 34

ART GALLERIES . 34

ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO . 34

ART RENTAL / . 35

ARTICLES OF AMENDMENT . 35

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION . 35

ARTIFACTS . \ . 35

ARTIFICIAL LIMBS . 35

ARTISTS . 35

ARTS . 36

ASPHALT . 37

ASSESSMENT . 38

ASSETS DISPOSAL . 39

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KEY WORD INDEX xix

ASSIGNMENT OF BOOK DEBTS . 39

ASSISTED RENTAL HOUSING . 39

ATHLETES . 39

ATHLETICS COMMISSIONER . 39

ATT GEN ASSESSMENT REVIEW COURT . 39

ATT GEN AUDIT SERVICES BR . 39

ATT GEN BLIND PERSONS RIGHTS ACT . . . 40

ATT GEN BOARD OF NEGOTIATION . 40

ATT GEN BOARD OF VALUATION . 40

ATT GEN COMMON LEGAL SERVICES . 40

ATT GEN COMMUNICATIONS BR . 40

ATT GEN COUNTY AND DISTRICT COURTS . 40

ATT GEN COURTS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM . 41

ATT GEN CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION BOARD . 41

ATT GEN CROWN ATTORNEYS . 41

ATT GEN CROWN ATTORNEYS’ OFFICE . 41^

ATT GEN CROWN LAW OFFICE CIVIL . : . 41

ATT GEN CROWN LAW OFFICE CRIMINAL . 42

ATT GEN FAMILY LAW REFORM ACT 1978 . ! . . 42

ATT GEN FINANCE & SERVICES BR . 42

ATT GEN INFORMATION & COMPUTER SYSTEMS BR . 42

ATT GEN LAND COMPENSATION BOARD . 42

ATT GEN LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL SERVICES . 42

ATT GEN METRO TORONTO FORENSIC SERVICE (METFORS) . 43

ATT GEN NATIVE COURT WORKER PROGRAM . 43

ATT GEN OFFICIAL GUARDIAN . 43

ATT GEN ONTARIO LAW REFORM COMMISSION . 43

ATT GEN ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD . : . 43

ATT GEN PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT BR . 43

ATT GEN PLANNING AND EVALUATION BR . 44

ATT GEN POLICY DEVELOPMENT DIV . 44

ATT GEN PROVINCIAL COURTS CRIMINAL DIV . 44

ATT GEN PROVINCIAL COURTS CRIMINAL DIV METRO . 44

ATT GEN PROVINCIAL COURTS FAMILY DIV . 44

ATT GEN PUBLIC TRUSTEE . 45

ATT GEN RACIAL ATTACK ADVICE SERVICE . . . . 45

ATT GEN REFEREE OF THE SMALL CLAIMS COURTS . 45

ATT GEN SHERIFF’S OFFICE . 45

ATT GEN SMALL CLAIMS COURTS . 45

ATT GEN SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO . 45

ATT GEN SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO MASTER’S . 46

ATT GEN SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO REGISTRAR’S . 46

ATT GEN SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO REPORTER’S . 46

ATT GEN SURROGATE COURT . 46

ATTORNEY GENERAL . 46

AUCTIONS . 46

AUDIT . 47

AUTOMOBILE . 49

AUTOMOTIVE TRADES . 49

AUTOPSIES . 49

XX KEY WORD INDEX

AVIATION .

AVIATION FUEL .

AWARDS .

BAIL .

BAILIFFS .

BANKING .

BANKRUPTCY .

BARBER .

BASINS .

BEACH .

BEEF .

BEEKEEPERS .

BEER .

BELL CANADA .

BIBLIOGRAPHIC SERVICES .

BICYCLES .

BILINGUAL .

BILINGUALISM .

BILLBOARDS .

BILLS . .

BINGOS .

BIRDS .

BIRTH CONTROL .

BIRTHS .

BLIND .

BLOOD DONOR CLINICS .

BOARD OF EDUCATION .

BOARD OF INTERNAL ECONOMY

BOATING .

BODIES .

BOILERS .

BONDS .

BOOK PUBLISHING .

BOOKSTORE .

BOTANY .

BOUNDARY LINES .

BOXING .

BREATHALYZERS .

BRIDGES .

BROADCAST .

BROKERS .

BRUCELLOSIS . . .* .

BUDGET .

BUILDERS .

BUILDING CODE .

BURIALS .

BURSARIES .

BUS .

BUSINESS .

BUSINESS DISTRICTS .

KEY WORD INDEX xxi

GUTTER . 70

BY-LAWS . 70

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CABINET COMMITTEE ON CONFEDERATION . 71

! 3ABLE TELEVISION . 71

3AISSES POPULAIRES . 71

CAMPGROUNDS . 71

CAMPS . 71

CANADA STUDENT LOAN . 72

CANADIAN LEARNING MATERIALS FUND . 72

CANADIANA . 72

CANCER . 72

CANOE ROUTES . 72

CAR . 73

CAR POOLING ....’ . 73

CAREER COUNSELLING . 73

CARPENTERS . ^ . 73

CARTOGRAPHY . 74

CASH MANAGEMENT . 74

CATERING . 74

CATTLE . 74

CAUCUS OFFICE . 74

CCR ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES BR . 74

CCR ATHLETICS COMMISSIONER . 74

CCR BAILIFFS COLLECTION AGENCIES MORTGAGE BROKERS . 74

CCR BUILDING CODE BR . TCTC 77. ......... . . 77 . 74

CCR CEMETERIES BR . 74

CCR CENTRAL REGISTRATION SECTION . 74

CCR COMMERCIAL REGISTRATION APPEAL . 74

CCR COMMERCIAL REGISTRATION BR . 74

CCR COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES BR . 74

CCR COMPANIES SERVICES BR . 76

CCR COMPANIES SERVICES BR CORPORATION INFO . 76

CCR COMPANIES SERVICES BR CORPORATION NAMES . 76

CCR COMPANIES SERVICES BR PARTNERSHIPS . 76

CCR COMPANIES SERVICES BR RECORDS . 76

CCR COMPANY LAW BR . 76

CCR CONDOMINIUM ONTARIO . 77

CCR CONSUMER ADVISORY SERVICES BR . 77

CCR CONSUMER INFORMATION CENTRE . 77

CCR CONSUMER SERVICES BUREAUX . 77

CCR CREDIT UNIONS & COOPERATIVES SERVICES BR . 77

CCR ELEVATING DEVICES BR . 78

CCR FINANCE & SYSTEMS BR . 78

CCR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS . 78

CCR FUELS SAFETY BR . 78

CCR HUDAC NEW HOME WARRANTY PROGRAM . 78

CCR INTERNAL AUDIT . 79

CCR INVESTIGATION AND ENFORCEMENT BR . 79

CCR LAND BOUNDARIES PROGRAM . 79

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CCR LEGAL SERVICES .

CCR LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO .

CCR LIQUOR LICENCE APPEAL TRIBUNAL .

CCR LIQUOR LICENCE BOARD OF ONTARIO .

CCR LOTTERIES BR .

CCR MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CLAIMS FUND . . .

CCR MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ACT .

CCR OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR GENERAL .

CCR ONTARIO RACING COMMISSION .

CCR ONTARIO SECURITIES COMMISSION .

CCR PENSION COMMISSION OF ONTARIO .

CCR PERSONAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION .

CCR PERSONNEL SERVICES BR .

CCR POLICY & PLANNING BR .

CCR PRESSURE VESSELS SAFETY BR .

CCR PROPERTY LAW PROGRAM .

CCR REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS BROKERS .

CCR REGIONAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION .

CCR RENT REVIEW .

CCR RESIDENTIAL PREMISES RENT REVIEW BOARD

CCR THEATRES BR .

CCR TRAVEL INDUSTRY ACT .

CCR UPHOLSTERED AND STUFFED ARTICLES BR . .

CEASE AND DESIST ORDERS .

CEMETERIES .

CENSORSHIP .

CENSUS .

CENTRAL HUMAN RESOURCES INVENTORY .

CHAPLAINCY .

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS .

CHARTERS .

CHARTS .

CHATTEL MORTGAGE .

CHEESE .

CHEMICAL . .

CHEST DISEASE .

CHILD ABUSE .

CHILDREN .

CHILDREN’S AID SOCIETIES . . .

CHILDREN’S SERVICES COMMITTEE .

CHIROPODISTS .

CHIROPRACTORS . , .

CHRISTMAS TREES .

CHURCHES .

CIGARETTES .

CIGARS . : .

CITIES .

CITIZENS’ INQUIRY BUREAU .

CITIZENSHIP .

CIV SERV ACCOUNTS SERVICE .

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CIVIL LITIGATION . 98

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION . 98

CJRT-FM . 99

CLERK’S OFFICE . 99

CLINICAL EDUCATION BUDGETS . 99

CLOSING OF RETAIL STORES . 99

CLOTHING . 99

CO-OPS . 99

COACHES . 99

COAL . 99

COLL UNIV ACCOUNTS AND ADMIN SERVICES BR . 99

COLL UNIV COLLEGE AFFAIRS BR . 100

COLL UNIV COUNCIL OF REGENTS FOR CAATS . 100

COLL UNIV INDUSTRIAL TRAINING BR . 100

COLL UNIV INDUSTRIAL TRAINING BR TRADES . 100

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