Notebooks: Laws and Regulations
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Setup: 23-Apr-2012 by Belinda Cole 
One non-elected city staff employee made a single-handed fundamental change to a community-designed local skating rink at the 11th hour.....
No notice to the community involved in the design.
No accountability to explain or discuss a perceived "problem".
No more bench for skaters. OHSA rink changes
NO low-cost, simple solution to slippery winter walkway StairsForWinter
Occupational Health and Safety Act (70 pages) – Wallace stairs - supervisors' fears of personal liability
Occupier's Liability Act (4 pages)
– laws from very different context of private landowners grafted onto public space - purpose - is to keep people and their property safe on other people's property - insurance
Health Protection and Promotion Act (67 pages) - wading pools shut down in error in July 2011 - farmers' market - back door regulation despite exemption from Food Premises Regulations (23 pages)
City Of Toronto Act – (285 pages)
- tells us the rules for obtaining information from the city about our public spaces - how has it worked on the ground in our local parks?
Trespass to Property Act - (4 pages) - city staff say that this law gives them the power to make photography, media and helmet policies, although this view is open to strong challenge
Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997 (51 pages)
ONTARIO FIRE CODE (278 pages)
Police Services Act (90 pages)
Ontario Building Code Act (55 pages)
NO low-cost, simple solution to slippery winter walkway StairsForWinter - cob building
Dog Owners' Liability Act (10 pages) [read and summarize story]
Confined spaces policy
Cash handling policy
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