P-29, r. 1 - Regulation respecting food

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1.3.6.7. The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit prescribed in section 1.3.5.B.1 to operate premises or a vehicle where food is prepared to be sold at retail or to furnish services for remuneration related to food intended for human consumption are fixed at
(1)  $331 for a “general preparation” permit;
(2)  $254 for a “keep hot or cold” permit;
(3)  $36 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(4)  $36 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit to operate premises or a vehicle where restaurateur activities provided for in section 1.3.5.C.1 are carried on are fixed at
(1)  $331 for a “general preparation without buffet” permit;
(2)  $509 for a “general preparation with buffet” permit;
(3)  $254 for a “keep hot or cold without buffet” permit ;
(4)  $509 for a “keep hot or cold with buffet” permit;
(5)  $36 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(6)  $36 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees provided for in subparagraphs 1 and 2 of the first paragraph are increased by $13 per hot or cold unit as defined in subparagraph k of the first paragraph of section 1.1.1 where there are more than 5 units which contain food offered to consumers in a self-service environment on premises or in a vehicle referred to in this section.
O.C. 1573-91, s. 11; O.C. 1769-92, s. 12; O.C. 951-96, s. 9; O.C. 922-2005, ss. 21, 30 and 31.
1.3.6.7. The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit prescribed in section 1.3.5.B.1 to operate premises or a vehicle where food is prepared to be sold at retail or to furnish services for remuneration related to food intended for human consumption are fixed at
(1)  $319 for a “general preparation” permit;
(2)  $245 for a “keep hot or cold” permit;
(3)  $34 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(4)  $34 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit to operate premises or a vehicle where restaurateur activities provided for in section 1.3.5.C.1 are carried on are fixed at
(1)  $319 for a “general preparation without buffet” permit;
(2)  $491 for a “general preparation with buffet” permit;
(3)  $245 for a “keep hot or cold without buffet” permit ;
(4)  $491 for a “keep hot or cold with buffet” permit;
(5)  $34 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(6)  $34 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees provided for in subparagraphs 1 and 2 of the first paragraph are increased by $13 per hot or cold unit as defined in subparagraph k of the first paragraph of section 1.1.1 where there are more than 5 units which contain food offered to consumers in a self-service environment on premises or in a vehicle referred to in this section.
O.C. 1573-91, s. 11; O.C. 1769-92, s. 12; O.C. 951-96, s. 9; O.C. 922-2005, ss. 21, 30 and 31.
1.3.6.7. The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit prescribed in section 1.3.5.B.1 to operate premises or a vehicle where food is prepared to be sold at retail or to furnish services for remuneration related to food intended for human consumption are fixed at
(1)  $315 for a “general preparation” permit;
(2)  $242 for a “keep hot or cold” permit;
(3)  $34 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(4)  $34 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit to operate premises or a vehicle where restaurateur activities provided for in section 1.3.5.C.1 are carried on are fixed at
(1)  $315 for a “general preparation without buffet” permit;
(2)  $484 for a “general preparation with buffet” permit;
(3)  $242 for a “keep hot or cold without buffet” permit ;
(4)  $484 for a “keep hot or cold with buffet” permit;
(5)  $34 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(6)  $34 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees provided for in subparagraphs 1 and 2 of the first paragraph are increased by $13 per hot or cold unit as defined in subparagraph k of the first paragraph of section 1.1.1 where there are more than 5 units which contain food offered to consumers in a self-service environment on premises or in a vehicle referred to in this section.
O.C. 1573-91, s. 11; O.C. 1769-92, s. 12; O.C. 951-96, s. 9; O.C. 922-2005, ss. 21, 30 and 31.
1.3.6.7. The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit prescribed in section 1.3.5.B.1 to operate premises or a vehicle where food is prepared to be sold at retail or to furnish services for remuneration related to food intended for human consumption are fixed at
(1)  $311 for a “general preparation” permit;
(2)  $239 for a “keep hot or cold” permit;
(3)  $34 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(4)  $34 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit to operate premises or a vehicle where restaurateur activities provided for in section 1.3.5.C.1 are carried on are fixed at
(1)  $311 for a “general preparation without buffet” permit;
(2)  $478 for a “general preparation with buffet” permit;
(3)  $239 for a “keep hot or cold without buffet” permit ;
(4)  $478 for a “keep hot or cold with buffet” permit;
(5)  $34 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(6)  $34 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees provided for in subparagraphs 1 and 2 of the first paragraph are increased by $13 per hot or cold unit as defined in subparagraph k of the first paragraph of section 1.1.1 where there are more than 5 units which contain food offered to consumers in a self-service environment on premises or in a vehicle referred to in this section.
O.C. 1573-91, s. 11; O.C. 1769-92, s. 12; O.C. 951-96, s. 9; O.C. 922-2005, ss. 21, 30 and 31.
1.3.6.7. The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit prescribed in section 1.3.5.B.1 to operate premises or a vehicle where food is prepared to be sold at retail or to furnish services for remuneration related to food intended for human consumption are fixed at
(1)  $306 for a “general preparation” permit;
(2)  $235 for a “keep hot or cold” permit;
(3)  $33 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(4)  $33 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit to operate premises or a vehicle where restaurateur activities provided for in section 1.3.5.C.1 are carried on are fixed at
(1)  $306 for a “general preparation without buffet” permit;
(2)  $470 for a “general preparation with buffet” permit;
(3)  $235 for a “keep hot or cold without buffet” permit ;
(4)  $470 for a “keep hot or cold with buffet” permit;
(5)  $33 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(6)  $33 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees provided for in subparagraphs 1 and 2 of the first paragraph are increased by $13 per hot or cold unit as defined in subparagraph k of the first paragraph of section 1.1.1 where there are more than 5 units which contain food offered to consumers in a self-service environment on premises or in a vehicle referred to in this section.
O.C. 1573-91, s. 11; O.C. 1769-92, s. 12; O.C. 951-96, s. 9; O.C. 922-2005, ss. 21, 30 and 31.
1.3.6.7. The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit prescribed in section 1.3.5.B.1 to operate premises or a vehicle where food is prepared to be sold at retail or to furnish services for remuneration related to food intended for human consumption are fixed at
(1)  $303 for a “general preparation” permit;
(2)  $233 for a “keep hot or cold” permit;
(3)  $33 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(4)  $33 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit to operate premises or a vehicle where restaurateur activities provided for in section 1.3.5.C.1 are carried on are fixed at
(1)  $303 for a “general preparation without buffet” permit;
(2)  $466 for a “general preparation with buffet” permit;
(3)  $233 for a “keep hot or cold without buffet” permit ;
(4)  $466 for a “keep hot or cold with buffet” permit;
(5)  $33 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(6)  $33 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees provided for in subparagraphs 1 and 2 of the first paragraph are increased by $13 per hot or cold unit as defined in subparagraph k of the first paragraph of section 1.1.1 where there are more than 5 units which contain food offered to consumers in a self-service environment on premises or in a vehicle referred to in this section.
O.C. 1573-91, s. 11; O.C. 1769-92, s. 12; O.C. 951-96, s. 9; O.C. 922-2005, ss. 21, 30 and 31.
1.3.6.7. The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit prescribed in section 1.3.5.B.1 to operate premises or a vehicle where food is prepared to be sold at retail or to furnish services for remuneration related to food intended for human consumption are fixed at
(1)  $297 for a “general preparation” permit;
(2)  $229 for a “keep hot or cold” permit;
(3)  $32 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(4)  $32 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees payable for the issue or renewal of the permit to operate premises or a vehicle where restaurateur activities provided for in section 1.3.5.C.1 are carried on are fixed at
(1)  $297 for a “general preparation without buffet” permit;
(2)  $457 for a “general preparation with buffet” permit;
(3)  $229 for a “keep hot or cold without buffet” permit ;
(4)  $457 for a “keep hot or cold with buffet” permit;
(5)  $32 for a “non-profit” permit; and
(6)  $32 for the first day of operation and an additional $9 per day for each subsequent day for a “special events” permit.
The fees provided for in subparagraphs 1 and 2 of the first paragraph are increased by $13 per hot or cold unit as defined in subparagraph k of the first paragraph of section 1.1.1 where there are more than 5 units which contain food offered to consumers in a self-service environment on premises or in a vehicle referred to in this section.
O.C. 1573-91, s. 11; O.C. 1769-92, s. 12; O.C. 951-96, s. 9; O.C. 922-2005, ss. 21, 30 and 31.