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Food Safety Act

Meat Inspection Regulation

B.C. Reg. 349/2004

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SECTIONEFFECTIVE DATE
Section 1 April 23, 2010
April 29, 2011
February 22, 2013
November 24, 2014
Section 2 April 23, 2010
April 29, 2011
July 19, 2012
February 22, 2013
November 24, 2014
Section 3 November 24, 2014
Section 4 July 19, 2012
Section 4.1 November 24, 2014
Section 5 April 23, 2010
February 22, 2013
November 24, 2014
Section 5.01 April 23, 2010
February 22, 2013
November 24, 2014
Section 5.1 April 23, 2010
Section 6 April 23, 2010
February 22, 2013
November 24, 2014
Section 6.1 November 24, 2014
Section 9 February 22, 2013
Section 9.1 April 23, 2010
February 22, 2013
November 24, 2014
Section 13.1 November 24, 2014
Section 14 November 24, 2014
Section 14.1 November 24, 2014
Section 15 November 24, 2014
Section 17 April 23, 2010
April 29, 2011
February 22, 2013
Section 19 February 22, 2013
Section 27 February 22, 2013
Section 28 February 22, 2013
Section 30 April 23, 2010
April 29, 2011
February 22, 2013
Section 36 November 24, 2014
Schedule 1 November 24, 2014
Schedule 2 April 23, 2010
April 29, 2011

 Section 1 definition of "specified area" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

"specified area" means an area specified in the Schedule to this regulation;

 Section 1 definitions of "animal unit", "pests" and "rural slaughter establishment" were added by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

 Section 1 definition of "Stikine Region" was added by BC Reg 80/2011 effective April 29, 2011.

 Section 1 definitions of "carcass", "process", "processing area" and "transitional slaughter establishment" BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

"carcass" means the body of a dead animal and includes anything derived from or a part of the body of a dead animal;

"process" includes the cutting, deboning, smoking, curing and packaging of a carcass;

"processing area" means an area of a slaughter establishment in which carcasses are processed;

"transitional slaughter establishment" means a type of slaughter establishment that

(a) was operating before September 30, 2007 in an area of the Province that is outside all the specified areas,

(b) slaughters animals or slaughters animals and processes meat, and

(c) sells the meat referred to in paragraph (b) solely to residents of areas of the Province that are outside all the specified areas and on the condition that the meat is not resold.

 Section 1 definition of "slaughter establishment" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

"slaughter establishment" means a food establishment in which animals are slaughtered or slaughtered and processed;

 Section 1 definition of "temporary food market" was added by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

 Section 1 definitions of "held", "meat products" and "slaughter establishment" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

"held" means, for an animal or carcass, detained by an inspector for further examination or inspection by an inspector;

"meat products" means anything derived from a carcass and includes organs, intestines and blood;

"slaughter establishment" means a food establishment in which animals are slaughtered and eviscerated and their carcasses sectioned and stored;

 Section 1 definition of "specified area" BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

"specified area" means an area specified in Schedule 1 to this regulation;

 Section 1 definitions of "emergency slaughter approval form", "food safety plan" and "veterinarian" were added by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

 Section 2 (4) was added by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

 Section 2 (4) (c) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 80/2011 effective April 29, 2011.

(c) Schedule 2 applies to rural slaughter establishments operated under a Class E licence.

 Section 2 (1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 218/2012 effective July 19, 2012.

(1)  The Act does not apply to

(a) a slaughter establishment that is registered under the Meat Inspection Act (Canada), or

(b) the slaughter of an animal by the owner of the animal for the owner's personal use and not for resale.

 Section 2 (1.1) was added by BC Reg 218/2012 effective July 19, 2012.

 Section 2 (2) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(2)  This regulation, other than sections 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 16, 17, 18 and 30, does not apply to a transitional slaughter establishment.

 Section 2(4) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

(4) This regulation does not apply to a rural slaughter establishment, except as follows:

(a) sections 1, 4, 5, 5.01, 6, 7, 9.1, 16, 17, 18, 29, 30 and 33 apply to all rural slaughter establishments;

(b) section 19 applies to rural slaughter establishments operated under a Class D licence.

(c) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 80/2011, s. 2.]

 Section 2(5) and (6) were added by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

 Section 3 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

Repealed

3   (1) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 349/2004, s. 3 (2).]

(2) Spent.

[am. B.C. Reg. 76/2006, s. (b).]

 Section 4 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 218/2012 effective July 19, 2012.

 Designation of slaughter establishment

4  Subject to section 2 (1), slaughter establishments are designated as being subject to Part 2 of the Act.

[en. B.C. Reg. 299/2007, Sch. B, s. 4.]

 Section 4.1 was added by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

 Section 5 (5) to 5 (7) was added by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

 Section 5 (3) to (5) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(3)  In addition to the requirements of subsection (1), a person who applies for a class C licence for a transitional slaughter establishment must establish that

(a) the transitional slaughter establishment was operating on and before September 30, 2007, in a location of the Province that is outside all the specified areas,

(b) one of the following types of plan was submitted and has been approved under section 8:

(i)  a plan for the construction of a new slaughter establishment to replace the transitional slaughter establishment for which the licence is sought, or

(ii)  a plan for alterations to the transitional slaughter establishment for which the licence is sought to enable that slaughter establishment to meet the requirements for a Class A or Class B licence, and

(c) as of the date this paragraph comes into force1, the transitional slaughter establishment is operating in a location of the Province that is more than 100 km, or, if separated by marine waters, 15 nautical miles, from a slaughter establishment that

(i)  is operated under a Class A or B licence,

(ii)  slaughters animals of the same species as are slaughtered at the transitional slaughter establishment, and

(iii)  slaughters animals that are not owned by the licence holder.

(4)  If a person holds a Class C licence as of the date subsection (3) (c) comes into force2, subsection (3) (c) does not apply to the licence or any application to renew the licence made before December 31, 2009.

(5)  An application for a Class C licence

(a) must be made by June 1, 2010, and

(b) may not be made in respect of a slaughter establishment within an area described in Schedule 2.


1.June 5, 2008
2.June 5, 2008

 Section 5 (6) (b) (ii) (C) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(C)  will sell meat products to consumers directly from the slaughter establishment only;

 Section 5 (6) (c) and (f) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(c) submit evidence of having successfully completed training respecting food safety that, in the opinion of the minister, is relevant to the operation of a rural slaughter establishment;

(f) if section 5.01 (2) (b) applies, submit the results of a feasibility study made for the purposes of determining whether operation of a Class A or B slaughter establishment would be feasible generally in the area in which the slaughter establishment that is the subject of the application is located.

 Section 5 (6) (g) was added by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

 Section 5 (7) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(7)  For the purposes of subsection (6) (f), a feasibility study must address the appropriateness of issuing a Class E licence outside an area described in Schedule 2 given both of the following:

 Section 5(6)(a) and (b) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

(6) In addition to the requirements of subsection (1), a person who applies for a Class D or E licence must do all of the following:

(a) agree in writing to comply with the terms and conditions set out in the licence;

(b) agree in writing that the person,

(i) in the case of an applicant for a Class D licence, will slaughter in each year no more than 25 animal units, or

(ii) in the case of an applicant for a Class E licence,

(A) will slaughter only animals that the person owns,

(B) will slaughter in each year no more than 10 animal units, and

(C) will sell meat products to consumers only at approved food premises located on the same property as the slaughter establishment or at a temporary food market in the area to which the licence applies;

 Section 5.01 was added by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

 Section 5.01 (3) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(3)  For the purposes of subsection (2) (b), the minister must consider all of the following:

 Section 5.01 (3) paragraphs (b), (c), (e) and (g) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(b) the need for slaughter capacity of the species to be slaughtered in the area in which the slaughter establishment is located;

(c) if the slaughter establishment will offer specialized slaughter, the need for specialized slaughter capacity in the area in which the slaughter establishment is located;

(e) the geographic location of the slaughter establishment, including

(i)  its proximity to a Class A or B slaughter establishment, and

(ii)  whether animals must be transported over marine waters to a Class A or B slaughter establishment if not slaughtered at the proposed Class E slaughter establishment;

(g) whether the applicant has consulted

(i)  licensed slaughter establishments within 100 km of the applicant's slaughter establishment,

(ii)  the municipality and regional district within which the slaughter establishment is located, and

(iii)  residents of, and business establishments in, the regional district in which the slaughter establishment is located.

 Section 5.01(4) was added by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

 Section 5.1 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

 Plan exemption for certain Class C applicants

5.1  (1)  In this section:

"business plan" means a plan relating to the proposed operation of

(a) a particular Class A or B slaughter establishment, or

(b) a Class A or B slaughter establishment in a particular area,

including a plan that assists in determining whether operation of that Class A or B slaughter establishment or operation in that area would be feasible;

"feasibility study" means a study to determine whether operation of a Class A or B slaughter establishment would be feasible generally in an area.

(2)  This section applies to applicants for a Class C licence to whom both of the following criteria apply:

(a) the term of the licence, if a licence is issued, will not include any period following December 31, 2009;

(b) a feasibility study or business plan is being or is proposed to be undertaken, or has been completed but further steps are required

(i)  to increase the feasibility of operating a Class A or B slaughter establishment,

(ii)  to implement recommendations of the feasibility study, or

(iii)  to implement the business plan.

(3)  The minister may exempt applicants described in subsection (2) of this section from the requirement to have a plan under section 5 (3) (b) if, in the minister's opinion, it is necessary to maintain slaughter capacity in the area in which the transitional slaughter establishment is operating.

(4)  For the purposes of making a determination under subsection (3), the minister must consider all of the following:

(a) both

(i)  the need for slaughter capacity of the species to be slaughtered at the transitional slaughter establishment, and

(ii)  potential challenges to the sustainability of a Class A or B slaughter establishment

in the area in which the transitional slaughter establishment will operate or is operating;

(b) the volume of animals proposed to be slaughtered during the term of the licence;

(c) the remoteness of the location of the transitional slaughter establishment, including its proximity to a Class A or B slaughter establishment.

(5)  For the purposes of making a determination under subsection (3), the minister may refer the application to the minister responsible for the Animal Disease Control Act and that minister may provide an opinion in respect of the matters listed in subsection (4).

[en. B.C. Reg. 120/2008, s. 2.]

 Section 6 (0.1) was added by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

 Section 6 (2) (a) and (2) (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

(a) the person holds a Class B licence, or

(b) in the case of a transitional slaughter establishment, the person holds a Class C licence.

 Section 6 (2) (c) was added by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

 Section 6 (0.1) (a) and (b) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(a) Class A licences, issued for the purposes of general slaughter and processing;

(b) Class B licences, issued for the purposes of general slaughter only;

 Section 6 (0.1) (c) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(c) Class C licences, issued in relation to transitional slaughter establishments;

 Section 6 (1) and (2) BEFORE replaced by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(1)  A person must not operate a slaughter establishment that both slaughters animals and processes carcasses unless

(a) the person holds a Class A licence, or

(b) in the case of a transitional slaughter establishment, the person holds a Class C licence.

(2)  A person must not operate a slaughter establishment that slaughters animals but does not process carcasses unless

(a) the person holds a Class B licence,

(b) in the case of a transitional slaughter establishment, the person holds a Class C licence, or

(c) in the case of a rural slaughter establishment, the person holds a Class D or E licence.

 Section 6(0.1) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

(0.1) The following classes of licences are established:

(a) Class A licences, issued for the purposes of slaughter at a building that also contains food premises approved under the Food Premises Regulation;

(b) Class B licences, issued for the purposes of slaughter only;

(c) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 58/2013, Sch. s. 5 (c).]

(d) Class D licences, issued in relation to rural slaughter establishments that slaughter animals for retail purposes;

(e) Class E licences, issued in relation to rural slaughter establishments that slaughter animals for sales only to consumers directly.

 Section 6(1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

(1) A person must not operate a slaughter establishment at a building that also contains food premises unless the person holds a Class A licence.

 Section 6.1 was added by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

 Section 9 (1) (b) and (k) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(b) operates the slaughter establishment in a manner that ensures that the animals and carcasses are handled in a sanitary manner and without risk of contamination or spoilage of any carcass produced, stored or processed by the slaughter establishment,

(k) maintains and uses the equipment necessary so as to ensure that the slaughter of animals and the storage and processing of carcasses is done in a manner that is sanitary and poses no risk of contamination or spoilage of any carcasses produced, stored or processed by the slaughter establishment.

 Section 9 (2) (a) BEFORE replaced by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(a) ensures that at all times there is a segregation of activities so that contamination of the animals or carcasses is prevented, including the segregation of the following areas from all other areas of the slaughter establishment:

(i)  the livestock area;

(ii)  the slaughter area;

(iii)  the processing area;

(iv)  the storage area,

 Section 9.1 was added by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

 Section 9.1 (2) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(2)  A person holding a Class D or E licence must take, as required by the minister, food safety training relevant to the operation of a rural slaughter establishment.

 Section 9.1(3) was added by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

 Section 13.1 was added by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

 Section 14 BEFORE re-enacted by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

Emergency slaughter

14   Despite section 12, if it is necessary to slaughter an animal at a slaughter establishment for humane reasons but an inspector is not present at the slaughter establishment, the licence holder of the slaughter establishment may slaughter the animal without the inspector's approval if the licence holder

(a) identifies the animal as held,

(b) removes the carcass to the held area for inspection by an inspector, and

(c) hangs the carcass with the following attached:

(i) head;

(ii) heart, lungs and liver;

(iii) lymph glands;

(iv) gastrointestinal tract.

 Section 14.1 was added by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

 Section 15(1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

(1) Unless section 14 applies, a licence holder must ensure that after the slaughter of an animal the carcass is not removed from the slaughter area until

(a) an inspector has inspected the carcass,

(b) an inspector has identified the carcass as

(i) passed,

(ii) held,

(iii) inedible, or

(iv) condemned, and

(c) an inspector or a person authorized by an inspector has placed an impression of the inspection legend stamp on each half or quarter carcass that is identified as passed under paragraph (b).

 Section 17 (2) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

(2)  A Class C licence holder must ensure that packages containing meat products produced at a transitional slaughter establishment operated by the licence holder include a label printed with the words

"Not Government Inspected – Not for Resale".

 Section 17 (3) and (4) were added by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

 Section 17 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 80/2011 effective April 29, 2011.

 Package labels

17  (1)  A licence holder must ensure that packages containing meat products produced by the licence holder are labelled with the following information:

(a) the name and address of the slaughter establishment;

(b) a description of the contents of the package;

(c) the net weight or volume of the contents of the package;

(d) the identifying number issued by the minister to the slaughter establishment.

(2)  A Class C or E licence holder must ensure that packages containing meat products produced at a slaughter establishment operated by the licence holder include a label printed with the words

"Not Government Inspected – Not for Resale".

(3)  A Class D licence holder must ensure that packages containing meat products produced at a rural slaughter establishment operated by the licence holder include a label printed with the words

"Class D – For sale and use only in the regional district of [name of regional district in which the rural slaughter establishment is located]".

(4)  If a package containing meat products is labeled in accordance with subsection (2) or (3), a person

(a) must not remove the label before the package is sold, or

(b) if raw meat products are repackaged, must re-label the new packages in accordance with subsection (2) or (3), as applicable.

[am. B.C. Regs. 299/2007, Sch. B, s. 10; 120/2008, s. 3; 102/2010, s. 8.]

 Section 17 (2) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(2)  A Class C, D or E licence holder must ensure that packages containing meat products produced at a slaughter establishment operated by the licence holder bear a label printed with the applicable words set out in Column 2 of the Table opposite the class of licence held by the licence holder:

Column 1
Licence Class
Column 2
Label
CClass C — Not Government Inspected; Not for Resale.
D or EClass [D or E] — Not Government Inspected; For sale only in the regional district of [name of regional district in which
the rural slaughter establishment is located]
.
 Class [D or E] — Not Government Inspected; For sale only in the Strathcona Regional District, excluding Vancouver Island.
 Class [D or E] — Not Government Inspected; For sale only in the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality
 Class [D or E] — Not Government Inspected; For sale only in the Stikine Region.

 Section 19 BEFORE re-enacted by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

 Storage temperature

19  The licence holder for a slaughter establishment must ensure that each carcass

(a) is stored at a room temperature of 4° C or less, or

(b) is kept in a processing area of the slaughter establishment

(i)  at a room temperature of 10° C or less, or

(ii)  for a period of 2 hours or less.

[en. B.C. Reg. 299/2007, Sch. B, s. 12.]

 Section 27 (2) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(2)  After December 31, 2008, a licence holder must develop, maintain and follow written procedures that ensure that carcasses in the slaughter establishment are not contaminated or are not otherwise made unfit for human consumption.

 Section 28 (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

 Sanitation procedures

28  After December 31, 2008, a licence holder must develop, maintain and follow written procedures that ensure the slaughter establishment is operated in a manner that is sanitary and poses no risk of contamination or spoilage of carcasses, including, without limitation,

 Section 30 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

 Purchase and sale of carcasses

30  (1)  Subject to subsections (2) and (4), a person must not sell a carcass or store or process a carcass for the purpose of sale unless the carcass

(a) has been inspected under the Act or the Meat Inspection Act (Canada) and passed by an inspector under either of those Acts,

(b) was produced at a transitional slaughter establishment, or

(c) was produced on or before September 30, 2007 in an area of the Province located outside all the specified areas.

(2)  A person must not sell a carcass that was produced as described in subsection (1) (b) or (c)

(a) to a person who resides in a specified area, or

(b) to food premises.

(3)  A person who purchases meat from a transitional slaughter establishment must not resell the meat.

(4)  If a carcass was produced as described in subsection (1) (c), a person must not sell the carcass on or after December 31, 2007.

[en. B.C. Reg. 299/2007, Sch. B, s. 19.]

 Section 30 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 80/2011 effective April 29, 2011.

 Purchase and sale of carcasses

30  (1)  Subject to subsections (2) and (3), a person must not sell a carcass or store or process a carcass for the purpose of sale unless the carcass

(a) has been inspected under the Act or the Meat Inspection Act (Canada) and passed by an inspector under either of those Acts,

(b) was produced at a transitional slaughter establishment, or

(c) was produced at a rural slaughter establishment.

(2)  A person must not sell a carcass that was produced at a transitional slaughter establishment

(a) to a person who resides in a specified area, or

(b) to food premises.

(3)  A person must not sell a carcass that was produced at a rural slaughter establishment

(a) to a person who resides outside the regional district in which the rural slaughter establishment is located, or

(b) in the case of a rural slaughter establishment operated under a Class E licence, to food premises.

(4)  A person who purchases meat from either of the following must not resell the meat:

(a) a transitional slaughter establishment;

(b) a rural slaughter establishment operated under a Class E licence.

[en. B.C. Reg. 102/2010, s. 9.]

 Section 30 (1) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(1)  Subject to subsections (2) to (3.1), a person must not sell a carcass or store or process a carcass for the purpose of sale unless the carcass

 Section 30 (1) (b) and (2) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(b) was produced at a transitional slaughter establishment, or

(2)  A person must not sell a carcass that was produced at a transitional slaughter establishment

(a) to a person who resides in a specified area, or

(b) to food premises.

 Section 30 (4) BEFORE replaced by BC Reg 58/2013 effective February 22, 2013.

(4)  A person who purchases meat from either of the following must not resell the meat:

(a) a transitional slaughter establishment;

(b) a rural slaughter establishment operated under a Class E licence.

 Section 36 BEFORE re-enacted by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

Offences

36   A person who contravenes section 6, 7, 8 (1) or (2), 9, 11, 12, 13, 15 (1), (3) or (4), 16 or 17 to 35 commits an offence.

 Schedule 1 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 205/2014 effective November 24, 2014.

Schedule 1

[en. B.C. Reg. 299/2007, Sch. B, s. 23; am. B.C. Regs. 120/2008, s. 4; 209/2009; 102/2010, s. 10.]

Specified Areas

The area comprising all the land of Vancouver Island.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of Abbotsford.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of Burnaby.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of Chilliwack.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of Langley.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of Maple Ridge.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of New Westminster.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of North Vancouver.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of Pitt Meadows.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of Richmond.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of Vancouver.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of Vernon.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the District of Kent.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the District of Mission.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the District of North Vancouver.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the District of Squamish.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the District of West Vancouver.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the Resort Municipality of Whistler.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of School District No. 59 (Peace River South).
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the Sunshine Coast Regional District.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the Township of Langley.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the Village of Pemberton.
The area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the former Dewdney-Alouette Regional District incorporated by Letters Patent issued on October 27, 1967 and amalgamated into the Fraser Valley Regional District by Letters Patent issued on December 12, 1995.
The areas comprising all the land within the boundaries of Barnston Island, the Corporation of Delta, the City of Surrey, and the City of White Rock.
The areas comprising all the land within the boundaries of the City of Coquitlam, the City of Port Coquitlam and the City of Port Moody.

 Schedule 2 was added by BC Reg 102/2010 effective April 23, 2010.

 Schedule 2, 1 (b), (d) and (h) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 80/2011 effective April 29, 2011.

(b) the area comprising all the mainland within the boundaries of the Comox-Strathcona Regional District;

(d) the area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the Northern Rockies Regional District;

(h) the area comprising all the land within the boundaries of the Stikine Regional District;

 Schedule 2, 1 (b.1), (h.1), (j) and (k) were added by BC Reg 80/2011 effective April 29, 2011.