Primary control zone (PCZ-65 - Ontario)
PCZ-65 – 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 order declaring the primary control zone set out in the Schedule attached hereto is 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 Order made pursuant to subsection 27(1) of the Act in respect of the primary control zone set out in the Schedule attached hereto;
AND THEREFORE I hereby also revoke the Designation Order 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 Ottawa this day of August 10th, 2022 at 11:00 am.
Siddika Mithani, Ph.D.
President of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency
|Primary Control Zone||Primary Control Zone Declaration Order Date||Designation Order Date|
|PCZ-65||May 20, 2022||May 20, 2022|
WHEREAS, on May 20, 2022, primary control zone 65 was 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.
THEREFORE, under subsection 27(2) of the 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 Ottawa this day of May 20, 2022, at 5:50 pm.
Jagvinder Dhanda, Inspector
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.
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.
WHEREAS, I, Jean-Guy Forgeron, appointed in an acting capacity to the position of 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 area described in the Schedule attached 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 May 20, 2022, at 5:20 pm.
"Primary Control Zone for highly pathogenic avian influenza in the Province of Ontario – Declaration Schedule" described as:
The following area in the province of Ontario bounded by:
Geographical boundaries for: Primary Control Zone 65 (PCZ-65)
- Starting at the intersection of Lockhart Road and Yonge Street.
- East on Lockhart Road to its terminus at Lake Simcoe.
- South East across Lake Simcoe to where it meets Dalton Road.
- South on Dalton Road to High Street (Road 9).
- South East on High Street (Road 9) to Highway 48.
- South on Highway 48 to Ravenshoe Road (Road 32).
- West on Ravenshoe Road (Road 32) to its terminus at the Holland River.
- North along the Holland River to where it meets 13th Line.
- West on 13th Line to Yonge Street.
- North on Yonge Street to Lockhart Road.
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