This bylaw amends the City of Iqaluit Zoning bylaw to permit eating or drinking establishments on "open area" zones.
This bylaw defines permitted uses for various zones within the City of Iqaluit including, but not limited to, recreation facilities, drinking establishments, parks and water treatment.
This Act requires that an organization shall communicate with the public in the Inuit Language when delivering health services.
This regulation requires that hospitals shall provide suitable protection against x-ray and other types of ionizing radiation in a manner and to a degree satisfactory to the Board.
This regulation requires spill contingency plans for new facilities where contaminants are stored.
This regulation establishes limits on emissions of pollutants from asphalt paving plants.
This regulation states that substances which may have deleterious physiological effect, or for which physiological effects are not known, shall not be introduced onto the system in a manner which would permit them to reach the consumer. Chemical substances under control are listed. This regulation states that the effects of human radiation exposure are viewed as harmful and any unnecessary exposure to ionizing radiation should be avoided.
This regulation provides the framework for the licensing, storage, control, and disposal of pesticides.
Under the Act, the Minister of Education is responsible for post-secondary education. The Act provides the Minister with the authority to establish a board of governors for the college. The board is responsible for recommending priorities for programs and courses and college admission requirements to the Minister, and may allocate resources for recreational, athletic or sports programs at the college.
The Hamlets Act provides municipalities with the power to create bylaws governing roads and highways (including those designating sidewalks, curbs, medians, and work on municipal roads etc.), sewage management, the manufacture and use of chemicals, the construction and operation of incinerators, to exercise public health powers (including regulation of smoking in public places), recreation programs, services, and facilities, public transit systems, air pollution, and business licenses.
This Act establishes the framework and rules for the protection of health and safety in NWT and Nunavut, including Asbestos Safety Regulations.
The Act provides a comprehensive framework for the protection and promotion of public health in Nunavut. It allows the Commissioner to make regulations including (but not limited to) those respecting the control and prevention of communicable diseases, including vaccination, the use of noxious materials including fertilizers, sprays or preservatives dangerous to the public health, the protection of the health of persons from occupational exposures, and water and air pollution.
This Act provides the framework for controlling the discharge of pollutants.