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Primary control zone (PCZ-08 – Ontario)

Revocation order

Revocation Order (Section 27.3 of the Health of Animals Act)

WHEREAS, I, Dr. Siddika Mithani, President of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, am of the opinion that the orders declaring the primary control zones set out in the Schedule attached hereto are no longer necessary with regard to highly pathogenic avian influenza that may affect animals or that may be transmitted by animals to persons.

WHEREAS I am authorized under section 27.3 of the Health of Animals Act (the Act) to revoke an order made under subsection 27(1) of the Act; 

THEREFORE, I hereby revoke the Declaration Orders made pursuant to subsection 27(1) of the Act in respect of the primary control zones set out in the Schedule attached hereto;

AND THEREFORE I hereby also revoke the Designation Orders made pursuant to subsection 27(2) of the Health of Animals Act in respect of the animals and things set out in the Schedule attached hereto.

Dated at Winnipeg this day of June 29th, 2022, at 8:15 am.

Siddika Mithani, Ph.D.
President of the CFIA

Schedule

Primary Control Zone Primary Control Zone Declaration Order Date Designation Order Date
PCZ-08 April 8, 2022 April 8, 2022
Amended Designation order

Whereas on the dates set out below, primary control zones were declared by the President of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, under the delegated authority of the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food (the Honorable Marie-Claude Bibeau), pursuant to subsection 27(1) of the Health of Animals ActFootnote 1 (the "Act") in respect of highly pathogenic avian influenza;

Whereas I am authorized under section 33 of the Act to exercise the power of the Minister under subsection 27(2) of the Act;

Whereas on the following dates, orders were made under subsection 27(2) of the Act designating animals and things as being capable of being affected or contaminated by highly pathogenic avian influenza (referred to in this order as "Designation Orders"):

Primary Control Zones Primary Control Zone Declaration Order date Designation Order date
1 - 2 March 31, 2022 March 31, 2022
3 - 9 April 8, 2022 April 8, 2022
10 - 11 April 9, 2022 April 9, 2022
12 - 13 April 11, 2022 April 11, 2022
14 - 17 April 12, 2022 April 12, 2022
18 April 13, 2022 April 14, 2022
19 April 14, 2022 April 14, 2022
20 - 21 April 15, 2022 April 15, 2022
23 - 24 April 16, 2022 April 16, 2022
25 April 16, 2022 April 17, 2022
22, 26 - 27 April 18, 2022 April 18, 2022
28 - 29 April 19, 2022 April 19, 2022
30A April 21, 2022 April 21, 2022
31 April 19, 2022 April 19, 2022
32 April 22, 2022 April 22, 2022
33 April 22, 2022 April 22, 2022
34 April 23, 2022 April 24, 2022
35-37 April 25, 2022 April 25, 2022

And Whereas as an inspector, I have the authority under section 33 of the Act to exercise the power of the Minister under section 27.3 of the Act to amend an order made under subsection 27(2) of the Act.

Therefore, by this order, I make the following amendments to the "Designation Orders" referred to above:

The Schedules are replaced by the following:

Schedule

CommercialFootnote 2 or non-commercialFootnote 3 poultry. This includes day-old poultry and hatching eggs, eggs and other products or by-products of such captive domestic poultry, and things that have been exposed to such a bird.

And

Other captive birds (including birds that are raised in captivity for racing, exhibitions, zoological collections, competitions, or pets) if movements may result in contact with commercial or non-commercial poultry or their facilities. This includes eggs, other products or by-products of other captive birds, and things that have been exposed to such a bird.

Signed at Meaford, April 25, 2022.
Pamela MacDonald, Inspector

Archived Designation order

WHEREAS, on the dates set out below, primary control zones were declared by the President of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, under subsection 27(1) of the Health of Animals ActFootnote 1 for highly pathogenic avian influenza; and whereas I am authorized under section 33 of the Act to exercise the power of the Minister under subsection 27(2) of the Act.

Primary Control Zones Primary Control Zone Declaration Order Date
1 - 2 March 31, 2022
3 - 9 April 8, 2022
10 - 11 April 9, 2022
12 - 13 April 11, 2022
14 - 17 April 12, 2022
18 April 13, 2022
19 April 14, 2022
20 - 21 April 15, 2022
23 - 25 April 16, 2022
22, 26 - 27 April 18, 2022
28 - 29 April 19, 2022
31 April 19, 2022

Therefore, under subsection 27(2) of that Act, in respect of that primary control zone, I hereby, by order, designate the animals and things listed in the Schedule attached as being capable of being infected or contaminated by the highly pathogenic avian influenza.

Dated at Leduc, AB this day of April 22, 2022, at, 7:12 pm.
Craig Price, Inspector

Schedule

Any bird that is in captivity, including day-old chicks and hatching eggs, any product or by-products of a bird, and anything which has been exposed to such a bird.

Declaration order

Whereas, I, Siddika Mithani, President of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, under the delegated authority of the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food (the Honorable Marie-Claude Bibeau), believe that the disease, highly pathogenic avian influenza, exists in the area in Canada described in the schedule attached hereto;

Therefore, I hereby declare, pursuant to subsection 27(1) of the Health of Animals ActFootnote 1, that the areas described in the Schedule attached hereto is a Primary Control Zone, effective the date below, in which I believe that highly pathogenic avian influenza exists.

Dated at Ottawa this day of April 8, 2022, at, 8:15 p.m.

Dr. Siddika Mithani
President of the CFIA

Schedule

"Primary Control Zone for highly pathogenic avian influenza in the Province
of Ontario – Declaration Schedule" described as:

The following areas in the province of Ontario bounded by:

Geographical boundaries for Primary Control Zone 08 (PCZ-08)

  • Starting at the intersection of Klondyke Line and Desmond Rd
  • Continuing Southeast on Desmond Rd from Klondyke Line to the termination of Desmond Rd at the shore
  • Continuing along the shoreline from the termination of Desmond Rd to the intersection of Towanda Blvd, Bisnett Line and Erie Shore Drive
  • Continuing Northeast on Bisnett Line from the intersection of Towanda Blvd, Bisnett Line and Erie Shore Drive to Erieau Rd
  • Continuing Northwest on Erieau Rd from Bisnett Line to Old Street Line
  • Continuing Northeast on Old Street Line from Erieau Rd from Fargo Rd
  • Continuing Northwest on Fargo Rd from Old Street Line to Talbot Trail
  • Continuing Northeast on Talbot Trail from Fargo Rd to Chatham St N
  • Continuing Northwest on Chatham St N, continuing as Communication Rd, from Talbot Trail to Allison Line
  • Continuing Northeast on Allison Line from Communication Rd to Harwich Rd
  • Continuing Northwest on Harwich Rd to Allison Line to Welch Line
  • Continuing Northeast on Welch Line from Harwich Rd to Base Rd
  • Continuing Northwest on Base Rd from Welch Line to Cofell Line
  • Continuing Northeast on Cofell Line from Base Rd to Shewburg Rd
  • Continuing Southeast on Shewbrug Rd from Cofell Line to Ridge Line
  • Continuing Northeast on Ridge Line from Shewburg Rd to Scane Rd
  • Continuing Southeast on Scane Rd from Ridge Line to Golf Course Line
  • Continuing Northeast on Golf Course Line from Scane Rd to Hill Rd
  • Continuing Southeast on Hill Rd from Golf Course Line to Green Line
  • Continuing Northeast on Green Line from Hill Rd to Moore Rd
  • Continuing Southeast on Moore Rd from Green Line to Klondyke Line
  • Continuing Northeast on Klondyke Line from Moore Rd to Desmond Rd
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