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Under the Environmental Protection and Management Act, this regulation provides for reporting the discharge of a substance that may cause or is causing an adverse effect or for reporting a discovery of such a substance and limiting the probability of unacceptable adverse effects resulting from activities described in chapter E.1.2. Chapter E.1.1. of this regulation also governs the purchase, sale, storage, manufacture and transport of halocarbons or equipment containing halocarbons.
This regulation sets out the requirements, responsibilities for the use and application of pesticides in Saskatchewan.
This regulation sets out the requirements for a person responsible for an activity in relation to a waterworks or sewage works. Water from the waterworks must meet the following standards before the water is supplied to its consumers.
This regulation, under the Environmental Protection and Management Act, provides for the requirement of permits for those who: discharge substances into bodies of water; wish to construct, alter, operate, temporarily close, close or decommission a facility mentioned in subsection 8(2) of the regulation (which includes various industrial facilities that produce hazardous waste); and those who engage in industrial activities, defined as the burning of any substances included in subsection 13 of the regulation, including but not limited to, hazardous wastes, treated wood or spilled oil.
This Act regulates and controls potentially harmful emissions to air, land, and water.
This regulation outlines employment standards under the Saskatchewan Employment Act. The regulation includes a section that governs the length of working hours and periods of rest for firefighters.
This regulation requires the owners of a public buildings in Saskatchewan to record information about asbestos within the building in an electronic format (pursuant to the regulations of the Saskatchewan Employment Act) within six months of the day that section 19.1 of Public Health Act, 1994 comes into force.
These regulations govern the purchase and sale of oil, oil filters, diesel exhaust fluid, diesel fuel filters and antifreeze in Saskatchewan. A product management program that has been approved by the Minister is required in order for a first seller sell these products. These products may not be purchased if the purchaser is aware that the first seller has not complied with the product management program. These regulations also outline the requirements for a product management program which include: collection depot and retail drop-off regulations, educational material and consumer information, and requirements for reporting.
Section 6 of this regulation stated that boards of education must develop policies around the services they were prepared to make available to home-school learners, including programs of athletics and amateur sport.
This bylaw regulates the discharge of material into the storm sewer system and prohibits the following substances: pesticides, herbicides, and petroleum-based materials.
This bylaw prohibits anyone from setting out 'industrial' waste for collection. Industrial waste includes asbestos.
Section 6 of this repealed regulation stated that boards of education must develop policies around the services they were prepared to make available to home-school learners, including programs of athletics and amateur sport.
This regulation sets out the Statements of Provincial Interests in the Appendix, including a statement on recreation and open space needs, which guide municipal land use. Every district plan, official community plan, regional plan, subdivision bylaw or zoning bylaw adopted or amended pursuant to this Act must be consistent with the Statements of Provincial Interest.
This regulation describes the goals of the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport, which include but are not limited to, the development, promotion and implementation of policies related to managing and developing areas of recreational significance.
This policy outlines administrative requirements around the recreational use of storm water retention ponds, including the adoption of an ice thickness evaluation/management program carried out by Fire and Protective Services staff to ensure retention pond ice is safe for use.
Section 9 of this regulation states that money received by a municipality through the sale or lease of public, environmental or municipal reserve land is to be paid into the dedicated lands account and used for the purposes of purchasing lands for public use or for the development/upgrading of parks and recreation facilities on existing public land.
This regulation states that for provincial school building grants, there is no down payment minimum (paid by the board of education) for asbestos and radon remediation projects.
This regulation provides the eligibility criteria for the Active Families Benefit tax credit.