The purpose of the Community Child Care Standards Act, formerly The Community Child Day Care Standards Act, is to ensure that every person providing child care shall at all times provide an environment and activities that are conducive to the health, safety and well-being of the children. Section 34 states that the Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations prescribing standards of health, safety, nutrition, discipline, staffing and emergency procedures required to be met or provided by licensees in facilities operated by them.
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 bylaw prohibits the application of pesticides on public properties (e.g. school, licensed day care center, park, playground, licensed senior citizens’ nursing homes, university, college, or hospital).
This regulation provided the minimum level of treatment an owner of a water treatment of distribution system could employ. It also outlined the safety precautions and procedures to ensure safe water through weekly flushing of school, day care and preschool water distribution systems, scheduled checks, and laboratory analysis of samples.
The four schedules created under this regulation categorize pesticides by their allowed usage and their associated controls.
This regulation addresses the proper storage, handling, and use of pesticides to prevent them from contaminating soil, water, and air. It also protects food sources, humans, and valuable plants and animals from exposure. It does not permit the application of any domestic pesticide within a rental dwelling in which people live, or within the buildings of or on the grounds of a school, hospital, nursing home or daycare facility unless authorized to do so.