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"Point in Time" Regulation Content

Food and Agricultural Products Classification Act

Wines of Marked Quality Regulation

B.C. Reg. 168/2018

NOTE: Links below go to reg content as it was prior to the changes made on the effective date. (PIT covers changes made from September 19, 2009 to present)
SECTIONEFFECTIVE DATE
Section 3 May 13, 2019
Section 20 May 13, 2019
Section 37 May 13, 2019
Section 38 May 13, 2019
Section 43 May 13, 2019
Section 51 May 13, 2019
Section 56 May 13, 2019
Section 60 June 30, 2019

 Section 3 (3) (c) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 100/2019, effective May 13, 2019.

(c) taste testers.

 Section 20 (1) (c) (i) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 100/2019, effective May 13, 2019.

(i) the number of litres of each wine processed, and

 Section 20 (1) (c) (i.1) was added by BC Reg 100/2019, effective May 13, 2019.

 Section 37 (c.1) was added by BC Reg 100/2019, effective May 13, 2019.

 Section 38 (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 100/2019, effective May 13, 2019.

(a) must take and submit 2 samples, in accordance with the procedures developed under section 7 (1) [duties respecting wine evaluations], that are part of the production unit of the wine to be evaluated, and

 Section 43 (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 100/2019, effective May 13, 2019.

(b) unless subcategorized as Select Late Harvest wine or Special Select Late Harvest wine, the wine does not include sweet reserve and is not chaptalized;

 Section 51 (2) (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 100/2019, effective May 13, 2019.

(a) the name must appear immediately before or after the geographical indication that applies to the wine;

 Section 56 (1) table BEFORE amended by BC Reg 100/2019, effective May 13, 2019.

ItemColumn 1
Geographical indication
Column 2
Geographical area
1British ColumbiaThe land inside the boundaries of British Columbia
2Fraser ValleyThe land inside the boundary shown on the map entitled "Fraser Valley" and dated June 4, 2018
3Golden Mile Bench, a subdivision of the Okanagan ValleyThe land inside the boundary shown on the map entitled "Golden Mile Bench" and dated June 4, 2018
4Gulf IslandsThe land inside the boundary shown on the map entitled "Gulf Islands" and dated June 4, 2018
5LillooetThe land inside the boundary shown on the map entitled "Lillooet" and dated June 4, 2018
6KootenaysThe land inside the boundary shown on the map entitled "Kootenays" and dated June 4, 2018
7Okanagan Falls, a subdivision of the Okanagan ValleyThe land inside the boundary shown on the map entitled "Okanagan Falls" and dated June 4, 2018
8Okanagan ValleyThe land inside the boundary shown on the map entitled "Okanagan Valley" and dated June 4, 2018
9ShuswapThe land inside the boundary shown on the map entitled "Shuswap" and dated June 4, 2018
10Similkameen ValleyThe land inside the boundary shown on the map entitled "Similkameen Valley" and dated June 4, 2018
11Thomson ValleyThe land inside the boundary shown on the map entitled "Thomson Valley" and dated June 4, 2018
12Vancouver IslandThe land inside the boundary shown on the map entitled "Vancouver Island" and dated June 4, 2018

 Section 60 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 168/2018, effective June 30, 2019.

Transition

60   (1) A person who holds a certificate issued, or the owner of a laboratory who holds accreditation granted, under the former regulation before the repeal of that regulation

(a) is deemed to hold a certificate of the same type or a grant of accreditation under this regulation that expires on the earlier of

(i) the date on which the certificate or accreditation would have expired under that regulation, had that regulation not been repealed, and

(ii) December 31, 2018, and

(b) continues, until the certificate or accreditation expires, to be subject to all terms and conditions, if any, of the certificate or accreditation that are consistent with the Act and this regulation.

(2) If a certificate issued under the former regulation does not certify one or more of the matters referred to in section 12 [types of certificates] in accordance with this regulation, the administrator may attach a notice to the certificate correcting the certificate or adding the matter.

(3) Despite any provision of this regulation to the contrary,

(a) fees paid with respect to a certificate or accreditation issued under the former regulation are not refundable,

(b) additional fees and credits calculated under section 14 (4) of the former regulation continue to apply, and

(c) fees payable with respect to a certificate issued or accreditation granted under the former regulation remain payable at the rates or in the amounts owing under the former regulation.

(4) This section is repealed June 30, 2019.