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Bringing Health Back Into Planning: Overview of Canadian Tools and Cross-Sector Action

Presentations: IntroductionCatherine Elliott, BC Centre for Disease Control Health 201Alice Miro, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada Healthy Built Environment InventoryErna van Balen, NCCEH CLASP InitiativeDavid Mowat, Peel Public Health  

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Regulation respecting water quality in swimming pools and other artificial pools, CQLR c Q-2, r 39

Groundwater Catchment Regulation, CQLR c Q-2, r 6

Regulation respecting the quality of drinking water, CQLR c Q-2, r 40

Regulation respecting waterworks and sewer services, CQLR c Q-2, r 21

Regulation respecting fresh fruits and vegetables, CQLR c P-29, r 3

Regulation respecting bottled water, CQLR c P-29, r 2

An Act Respecting the Marketing of Agricultural, Food and Fish Products, CQLR c M-35.1

Farm Producers Act, CQLR c P-28

Food Products Act, CQLR c P-29

The Marine Products Processing Act, CQLR c T-11.01

Tobacco Act, CQLR c T-0.01

Regulation respecting food, CQLR c P-29, r 1

Agricultural Operations Regulation, CQLR c Q-2, r 26

An Act respecting commercial aquaculture, CQLR c A-20.2

Commercial aquaculture Regulation, CQLR c A-20.2, r 1

Regulation respecting the quality of the atmosphere, CQLR c Q-2, r 38

Regulation respecting waste water disposal systems for isolated dwellings, CQLR c Q-2, r 22

Clean Air Regulation, CQLR c Q-2, r 4.1

An Act to prevent Skin Cancer Caused by Artificial Tanning, CQLR c C-5.2

An Act Respecting Land use Planning and Development, CQLR c A-19.1

Public Health Act, CQLR c S-2.2