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PREFACE 


This volume is the sixth annual catalogue of Ontario Government publications. It is 
a cumulation of the monthly checklists for 1977. Some publications which were 
restricted in their distribution to the public, and which were therefore omitted from 
the monthly list, have been included in order that the bibliography might accurately 
reflect the total publication output of the various government ministries and agen- 
cies. 

As the present bibliography is intended primarily for reference purposes, no attempt 
has been made to indicate the availability of particular publications or to include 
prices. Information regarding ordering procedures and price of publications is given 
in the monthly checklist, which is available free of charge from the Publications 
Service Section, Printing Services Branch, 880 Bay Street, 5th Floor, Toronto 
M7A 1N8. 

Many publications listed in the annual catalogue are available for consultation at de- 
pository libraries for Ontario Government publications and a list of full depository 
libraries has been included to assist the user in locating them. The term “full depos- 
itory” means that the library automatically receives all publications in the monthly 
checklist which are designated by a “D”. There are also selective depository 
libraries throughout the province, which receive any “D” items they specifically 
request. These libraries have not been listed, as their collections would be less com- 
plete. 

The material is arranged alphabetically under issuing body with annual reports listed 
first. Government agencies afe listed under the ministries to which they report. 

Maps, posters, press releases, speeches, and publications of an internal nature have 
not been included. Reprints of articles written by government officials and appear- 
ing in non-government publications have not been included, unless they have the 
imprint of a ministry. 

The annual catalogue was compiled in the Bibliographic Services Centre, Printing 
Services Branch by Mance G. Lee, Senior Catalogue Librarian, with the assistance 
of Eveline Marron and E. Pulver Zajfman. 


March 1978 


LIST OF FULL DEPOSITORY LIBRARIES 


Barrie Public Library, 

37 Mulcaster St., 

Barrie, Ontario 

Belleville Public Library, 

223 Pinnacle St. , 

Belleville, Ontario 

Brampton Public Library, 

Technical Services Branch, 

150 Central Park Drive, 

Bramalea, Ontario 

Cambridge Public Library, 

20 Grand Ave. N., 

Cambridge, Ontario 

Cornwall Public Library, 

Box 939, 

Cornwall, Ontario 

Etobicoke Public Library, 

Etobicoke, Ontario 

Georgian Bay Regional Library System, 
30 Morrow Rd., 

Barrie, Ontario 

Guelph Public Library, 

Guelph, Ontario 

Hamilton Public Library, 

55 Main St. W., 

Hamilton, Ontario 

Kitchener Public Library, 

85 Queen St. N., 

Kitchener, Ontario 

London Public Library and Art Museum, 
305 Queens Avenue, 

London, Ontario 

McLaughlin Public Library, 

Oshawa, Ontario 


Markham Public Library, 

7755 Bayview Ave., 

Thornhill, Ontario 

Metropolitan Toronto Central Library, 
789 Yonge St., 

Toronto, Ontario 

Mississauga Public Library 
110 Dundas St. W., 

Mississauga, Ontario 

Niagara Falls Public Library, 

5017 Victoria Ave., 

Niagara Falls, Ontario 

Niagara Regional Library, 

15 Lloyd St., 

St. Catharines, Ontario 

North York Public Library, 

5126 Yonge St., 

Willowdale, Ontario 

Northeastern Library System, 
Kirkland Lake, Ontario 

Oakville Public Library, 

120 Navy St., 

Oakville, Ontario 

Orillia Public Library, 

36 Mississauga St. N., 

Orillia, Ontario 

Ottawa Public Library, 

120 Metcalfe St., 

Ottawa, Ontario 

Owen Sound Public Library, 

824- 1st Ave. W., 

Owen Sound, Ontario 

Pembroke Public Library, 

Pembroke, Ontario 


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Red Rock Public Library, 

Red Rock, Ontario 

Richmond Hill Public Library, 
24 Wright St., 

Richmond Hill, Ontario 

St. Catharines Public Library, 
Church St. , 

St. Catharines, Ontario 

Sarnia Public Library, 

124 S. Christina St., 

Sarnia, Ontario 

Sault Ste. Marie Public Library, 
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario 

Scarborough Public Library, 

545 Markham Road, 
Scarborough, Ontario 


Sudbury Public Library, 

200 Brady St., 

Sudbury, Ontario 

Thunder Bay Public Library, 
216 South Brodie St., 
Thunder Bay, Ontario 

Toronto Public Library, 

40 Orchard View Blvd., 
Toronto, Ontario 

Windsor Public Library, 

850 Ouellette Ave., 
Windsor, Ontario 


Algonquin College Resource Centre 
1385 Woodroffe Ave., 

Ottawa, Ontario 

Cambrian College, 

1400 Barrydown Rd., 

Sudbury, Ontario 

Confederation College, 

Thunder Bay, Ontario 


COLLEGE 

Humber College, 

209 Humber College Blvd. , 
Rexdale, Ontario 

St. Clair College, 

2000 Talbot Rd. N., 
Windsor, Ontario 


Brock University, 

St. Catharines, Ontario 

University of Guelph, 
Guelph, Ontario 


UNIVERSITY 

Laurentian University, 
Sudbury, Ontario 

McMaster University, 
Mills Memorial Library, 
Hamilton, Ontario 


Lakehead University, 
Thunder Bay, Ontario 


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University of Ottawa, 
Ottawa, Ontario 


Queen’s University, 
Douglas Library, 
Kingston, Ontario 

University of Toronto, 
Toronto, Ontario 

University of Waterloo, 
Dana Porter Arts Library, 
Waterloo, Ontario 


University of Western Ontario, 
London, Ontario 

University of Windsor, 
Windsor, Ontario 

York University, 

Scott Library, 

4700 Keele St., 

Downs view, Ontario 


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Legislative Library, 
Main Parliament Bldg., 
Queen’s Park, 

Toronto, Ontario 

Library of Parliament, 
Ottawa, Ontario 


OTHER 

National Library of Canada, 
Ottawa, Ontario 

Library of Congress, 
Washington, D.C. 


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CONTENTS 


Preface 

List of Full Depository Libraries 

Legislative Assembly 

Select and Standing Committees 

Ombudsman ' 

Statutes and Regulations 

Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry 

Advisory Committees 

Ministry of Agriculture and Food 

Ministry of the Attorney General 

Chief Election Officer 

Civil Service Commission 

Ministry of Colleges and Universities 

Ministry of Community and Social Services , 

Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations .; 

Ministry of Correctional Services 

Ministry of Culture and Recreation 

Ministry of Education 

Ministry of Energy 

Ministry of the Environment 

Ministry of Government Services 

Ministry of Health 

Ministry of Housing 

Ministry of Industry and Tourism 

Ministry of Labour 

Management Board of Cabinet 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

Ministry of Northern Affairs 

Ontario Hydro 

Provincial Auditor 

Provincial Secretary for Justice 

Provincial Secretary for Social Development 

Ministry of Revenue 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 
Index 


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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 


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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 

Bill 1-78, 4th session, 30th Legislature, Ontario, 26 Elizabeth II, 1977. 1977. 

1 . An Act to amend the Trustee Act. 1st reading, March 29th, 1977. The Hon. 
R. McMurtry, Attorney General. (Government bill) 1977. 1 p. 

2. An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act. 1st reading, March 29th, 1977. 
2nd reading, March 31st, 1977. 3rd reading, March 31st, 1977. The Hon. J. 
W. Snow, Minister of Transportation and Communications. 1977. 1 p. 

3. An Act respecting the Withholding or Withdrawal of Treatment where 
Death is Inevitable. 1st reading, March 29th, 1977. Mr. Maeck. (Private 
member’s bill) 1977. 4p. 

4. An Act to provide for Freedom of Information. 1st reading, March 29th, 
1977. Mr. Lawlor. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 4 p. 

5. An Act to amend the Proceedings Against the Crown Act. 1st reading, 
March 31st, 1977. Mr. Kennedy. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

6. An Act to reform the Law respecting Property Rights and Support Obli- 
gations between Married Persons and in other Family Relationships. 1st 

reading, March 31st, 1977. The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. (Gov- 
ernment bill) 1977. 31 p. 

7. The Marriage Act, 1977. 1st reading, March 31st, 1977. The Hon. R. 
McMurtry, Attorney General. (Government bill) 1977. 12 p. 

8 . An Act to reform the Law respecting Succession to the Estates of De- 
ceased Persons. 1st reading, March 31st, 1977. The Hon. R. McMurtry, At- 
torney General. 1977. 42 p. 

9. An Act to reform the Law respecting the Status of Children. 1st reading, 
March 31st, 1977. The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. (Government 
bill) 1977. 7 p. 

10. An Act to amend the Election Finances Reform Act, 1975. 1st reading, 
March 31st, 1977. 2nd reading, April 21st, 1977. 3rd reading, April 21st, 
1977. Mr. Johnson (Wellington-Dufferin-Peel) [Private member’s bill] 1977. 

1 p. 

11. An Act to amend the Personal Property Security Act. 1st reading, March 
31st, 1977. The Hon. S. B. Handleman, Minister of Consumer and Commer- 
cial Relations. (Government bill) 1977. 2 p. 

12. An Act to provide for Class Actions. 1st reading, March 31st, 1977. Mr. 
Lawlor. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 3 p. 


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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 


13. An Act respecting Occupiers’ Liability. 1st reading, March 31st, 1977 Mr 
Lawlor. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 4 p. 

14 tu t0 amend the Labour Relations Act. 1st reading, March 31st, 1977. 
Ihe Hon. B. Stephenson, Minister of Labour. 1977, 8 p. 

15 u" r^ Ct t0 regulate Transactions involving the Purchase of Tax Refunds 

bill) Î^TTp 181 reading ’ April 4 ‘ h ’ 1977 ' Mr ' DaViSOn ’ (PriVate member ’ s 


16 a " lend u the Ontario Human Rights Code. 1st reading, April 4th, 

1977. Mrs. Campbell. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

17. An Act to amend the Public Utilities Act. 1st reading, April 4th 1977. Mr. 
Newman (Windsor- Walkerville) (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

18. An Act to relieve Persons from Liability in respect of voluntary Emer- 
gency Medical and First Aid Services. 1st reading, April 4th 1977 Mr 
Haggerty. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

19. An Act to regulate Trading in Commodity Futures Contracts. 1st reading 
April 5th, 1977. The Hon. S.B. Handleman, Minister of Consumer and Com- 
mercial Relations. (Government bill) 1977. 41 p. 

20. The Securities Act, 1977. 1st reading, April 5th, 1977. The Hon. S B Hand- 

™ n ’ M 7 imster of Consumer and Commercial Relations. (Government bill) 
1977. 107 p. 7 


21 m n 77 Ae 7 t0 u an,e o d r! he Business Corporations Act. 1st reading, April 5th, 
977. The Hon. S.B. Handleman, Minister of Consumer and Commercial Re- 
lations. (Government bill) 1977. 5 p. 


22. An Act to amend the Labour Relations Act. 1st reading, April 5th 1977 
Mr. Haggerty. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

23. An Act to amend the Education Act, 1974. 1st reading, April 5th 1977 
Mr. Stong. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

24 ‘ ^ h ^ Audit Act ’ 1977 '■ lst readin 8> April 6th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. 
cKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and Intergovern- 
mental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 12 p. 


25. An Act to establish a Medical Data Bank. 1st reading, April 6th, 1977. Mr. 
Newman (Windsor-Walkerville) (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

26. An Act to establish the Ministry of Northern Affairs. 1st reading, April 
7th, 1977. The Hon. W.G. Davis, Premier. (Government bill) 1977. 2 p. 


LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 


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27. An Act to amend the Employees’ Health and Safety Act, 1976. 1st read- 
ing, April 7th, 1977. Mr. Laughren. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

28. An Act to amend the Residential Premises Rent Review Act, 1975 (2nd 
session). 1st reading, April 12th, 1977. 2nd reading, April 26th, 1977. The 
Hon. S.B. Handleman, Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations. 
(Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 7 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, April 29th, 1977. 1977. 7 p. 

29. An Act to provide for successor Rights on the Transfer of an Undertaking 
to or from the Crown. 1st reading April 12th, 1977. The Hon. J. A.C. Auld, 
Chairman, Management Board of Cabinet. (Government bill) 1977. 7 p. 

30. An Act to amend the Municipal Elections Act, 1972. 1st reading, April 
12th, 1977. Mr. Smith (Hamilton West) (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

31. An Act to require the Essex County Board of Education to provide a 
French-language Secondary School. 1st reading, April 14th, 1977. The 
Hon. T.L. Wells, Minister of Education. (Government bill) 1977. 3 p. 

32. An Act to amend the Labour Relations Act. 1st reading, April 14th, 1977. 
Mr. Stong. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

33. An Act respecting Certain Rights of Patients receiving Health Care Ser- 
vices in Ontario. 1st reading, April 14th, 1977. Mr. Dukszta. (Private 
member’s bill) 1977. 6 p. 

34. An Act to amend the Airports Act. 1st reading, April 15th, 1977. The Hon. 
J.W. Snow, Minister of Transportation and Communications. (Government 
bill) 1977. 2 p. 

35. An Act to amend the Public Vehicles Act. 1st reading, April 15th, 1977. 
The Hon. J.W. Snow, Minister of Transportation and Communications. 
(Government bill) 1977. 2p. 

36. An Act to establish Electrical Service Areas in the Regional Municipality 
of Waterloo. 1st reading, April 18th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, 
Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Af- 
fairs. (Government bill) 1977. lip. 

37. An Act to amend the Ontario Human Rights Code. 1st reading, April 18th, 
1977. Mr. Newman (Windsor-Walkerville) (Private member’s bill) 1973. 
3p. 

38. An Act respecting Toxic and Hazardous Substances. 1st reading, April 
19th, 1977. Mr. Lewis. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 4p. 


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39. An Act to prohibit Discrimination in Business Transactions. 1st reading, | 
April 19th, 1977. Mr. Grossman. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 3 p. 

40. An Act to amend the Income Tax Act. 1st reading, April 19th, 1977. The j 
Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 2 p. 

41. An Act to amend the Ontario Unconditional Grants Act, 1975. 1st read- 
ing, April 19th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 
1977. 4 p. 

42. An Act to amend the Succession Duty Act. 1st reading, April 19th, 1977. 
The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics 
and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 5 p. 

43. An Act to authorize the Raising of Mtoney on the Credit of the Consoli- 
dated Revenue Fund. 1st reading, April 19th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. 
McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and Intergovern- 
mental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 1 p. 

44. An Act respecting the Registration of Venture Investment Corporations. 

1st reading, April 19th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of On- 
tario and Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government 
bill) 1977. 20 p. 

45. An Act to amend the Tobacco Tax Act. 1st reading, April 19th, 1977. The 
Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. lip. 

46. An Act to provide Employment Opportunities for Youth in Ontario. 1st 

reading, April 19th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario 
and Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 
1977. 5 p. 

47. An Act to amend the Retail Sales Tax Act. 1st reading, April 19th, 1977. 
The Hon. M. Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. (Government bill) 1977. 5 p. 

48. An Act to amend the Land Transfer Tax Act, 1974. 1st reading, April 
19th, 1977. The Hon. M. Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. (Government bill) 
1977. 7 p. 

49. An Act to amend the Land Speculation Tax Act, 1974. 1st reading, April 
19th, 1977. The Hon. M. Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. (Government bill) 
1977. 5 p. 

50. An Act to amend the Corporations Tax Act, 1972. 1st reading, April 19th, 


LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 


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1977. The Hon. M. Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. (Government bill) 1977. 

4p. 

51. An Act to amend the Gift Tax Act, 1972. 1st reading, April 19th, 1977. The 
Hon. M. Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. (Government bill) 1977. 5 p. 

52. An Act to amend the Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Act. 1st reading, April 19th, 
1977. The Hon. M. Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. (Government bill) 1977. 
8p. 

53. An Act to impose a Tax on Certain Pollutants of the Environment in On- 
tario. 1st reading, April 19th, 1977. The Hon. M. Scrivener, Minister of 
Revenue. (Government bill) 1977. 26 p. 

54. An Act to establish the Ontario Waste Disposal and Reclamation Com- 
mission. 1st reading, April 21st, 1977. Mr. Newman (Windsor-Walkerville) 
(Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

55. An Act respecting Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. 1st reading, April 21st, 
1977. The Hon. H.C. Parrott, Minister of Colleges and Universities. (Gov- 
ernment bill) 1977. 13 p. 

56. An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 1974. 1st reading, April 
22nd, 1977. Mr. Newman (Windsor-Walkerville) (Private member’s bill) 
1977. 1 p. 

57. An Act to amend the Regional Municipality of Durham Act, 1973. 1st 

reading, April 25th, 1977. Mr. Breaugh. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

58. An Act to amend the Consumer Protection Act. 1st reading, April 25th, 
1977. Mr. Newman (Windsor-Walkerville) (Private member’s bill) 1977. 

1 p. 

59. An Act to amend the Environmental Assessment Act, 1975. 1st reading, 
April 26th, 1977. The Hon. G.A. Kerr, Minister of the Environment. (Gov- 
ernment bill) 1977. 5 p. 

60. An Act to amend the Pension Benefits Act. 1st reading, April 26th, 1977. 
Mr. Di Santo. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

61. An Act to amend the Workmen’s Compensation Act. 1st reading, April 
26th, 1977. Mr. Di Santo. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

62. An Act to amend the Ministry of Labour Act. 1st reading, April 28th, 
1977. The Hon. B. Stephenson, Minister of Labour. (Government bill) 1977. 

2p. 


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63. The Regional Municipalities Amendment Act, 1977. 1st reading, April 
28th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of 
Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 28 p. 

64. An Act to amend the District Municipality of Muskoka Act. 1st reading, 
April 28th, 1977. The Hon. W. D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Min- 
ister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 
3 p. 

65. An Act to amend the County of Oxford Act, 1974. 1st reading, April 28th, 
1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Eco- 
nomics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 4 p. 

66. An Act to amend the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto Act. 1st read- 
ing, April 28th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 
1977. 3 p. 

67. An Act to amend the Municipal Act. 1st reading, April 28th, 1977. The 
Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 5 p. 

68. An Act to amend the Public Utilities Act. 1st reading, April 28th, 1977. The 
Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 1 p. 

69. An Act to amend the City of Timmins- Porcupine Act, 1972. 1st reading, 
April 28th, 1977. The Hon. W. D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Min- 
ister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 

2 p. 

70. An Act to amend the Pension Benefits Act. 1st reading, April 28th, 1977. 
Mr. Bain. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 3 p. 

71. An Act to require a Single Price for Gasoline and Heating Oil sold in On- 
tario by a Wholesaler. 1st reading, April 28th, 1977. Mr. Lane. (Private 
member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

72. An Act to amend the Condominium Act. 1st reading, April 28th, 1977. Mr. 
Wildman. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 3 p. 

73. An Act to control Professional Fund-raising Corporations. 1st reading, 
April 28th, 1977. Mr. Newman (Windsor-Walkerville) (Private member’s 
bill) 1977. 11 p. 

74. An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 1974. 1st reading, April 
29th, 1977. Mr. Bounsall. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 


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75. An Act to amend the Labour Relations Act. 1st reading, April 29th, 1977. 
Mr. Bounsall. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

76. An Act to prohibit the Use of Non-Returnable Beverage Containers. 1st 

reading, April 29th, 1977. Mr. Riddell. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2p. 

77. An Act to amend the Territorial Division Act. 1st reading, April 29th, 
1977. Mr. Bain. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

78. An Act to amend the Ontario Human Rights Code. 1st reading, April 29th, 
1977. Mr. Angus. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

Bill Prl-31. Private bill. 4th session, 30th Legislature, Ontario, 26 Elizabeth II, 
1977. 1977. 

Prl. Not printed. 

Pr2. An Act respecting the Trustees of the Toronto General Burying 
Grounds. 1st reading, April 12th, 1977. 2nd reading, April 25th, 1977. 3rd 
reading, April 25th, 1977. Mr. Drea. 1977. 1 p. 

Pr3. An Act respecting the Township of Dover. 1st reading, April 28th, 1977. 
Mr. Spence. (Private bill) 1977. 1 p. 

Pr4. An Act respecting Canada Trustco Mortgage Company. 1st reading, 
April 12th, 1977. 2nd reading, April 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 25th, 
1977. Mr. Peterson. 1977. 2 p. 

Pr5. An Act respecting the Borough of York. 1st reading, April 12th, 1977. 2nd 
reading, April 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 25th, 1977. Mr. MacDonald. 
1977. 1 p. 

Pr6. An Act respecting Webwood Investments Limited. 1st reading, April 
12th, 1977. 2nd reading, April 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 25th, 1977. 
Mr. Stong. 1977. 2 p. 

Pr7. An Act respecting the Brockville General Hospital. 1st reading, [April 
12th, 1977] Mr. McCague. (Private bill) 1977. 1 p. 

Pr8. An Act respecting the Borough of Scarborough. 1st reading, April 26th, 
1977. 2nd reading, April 29th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 29th, 1977. Mr. 
Drea. 1977. 2 p. 

Pr9. An Act respecting the Borough of East York. 1st reading, April 12th, 
1977. 2nd reading, April 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 25th, 1977. Mr. 
Leluk. 1977. 2p. 


PrlO. Not printed. 


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Prll. An Act respecting Lombardo Furniture and Appliances Limited. 1st 

reading, April 12th, 1977. 2nd reading, April 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 
25th, 1977. Mr. Burr. 1977. 2 p. 

Prl2. An Act respecting the Village of Port McNicoll. 1st reading, April 28th, 
1977. Mr. Smith (Simcoe East) (Private bill) 1977. 1 p. 

Prl3. An Act respecting Kevalaine Corporation Limited. 1st reading, April 
12th, 1977. 2nd reading, April 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 25th, 1977. 
Mr. Grossman. 1977. 2 p. 

Prl4. An Act respecting John A. Schmalz Agencies Limited. 1st reading [April 
28th, 1977] Mr. Breithaupt. (Private bill) 1977. 2p. 

Prl5. Not printed. 

Prl6. An Act respecting Fred Leblond Cement Products Limited. 1st reading, 
April 12th, 1977. 2nd reading, April 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 25th, 
1977. Mr. Morrow. 1977. 1 p. 

Prl7. Not printed. 

Prl8. An Act respecting the City of Sault Ste. Marie. 1st reading, April 28th, 
1977. Mr. Lane. (Reprinted 1st reading! bill. Correction to section 3) 1977. 

2 p. 

Prl9. An Act respecting the Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation for the 
Diocese of Alexandria, in Ontario, Canada. 1st reading, April 12th, 1977. 
2nd reading, April 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 25th, 1977. Mr. Villen- 
euve. 1977. 1 p. 

Pr20. An Act respecting the Village of Erie Beach. 1st reading, April 12th, 1977. 
2nd reading, April 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 25th, 1977. Mr. Spence. 
1977. 1 p. 

Pr21. An Act respecting the Borough of North York. 1st reading, April 26th, 
1977. 2nd reading, April 29th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 29th, 1977. Mr. 
Williams. 1977. 6 p. 

Pr22. Not printed. 

Pr23. Not printed. 

Pr24. An Act respecting Frank Postl Enterprises Limited. 1st reading, April 
12th, 1977. 2nd reading, April 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 25th, 1977. 
Mr. Johnston (St. Catharines) 1977. 1 p. 


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Pr25. An Act respecting Certain Lands in the Township of Casgrain. 1 st read- 
ing [April 26th, 1977] Mr. Lane. (Private bill) 1977. 2 p. 

Pr26. Not printed. 

Pr27. An Act respecting the Perfume & Cosmetic Bars Limited. 1st reading, 
April 21st, 1977. 2nd reading, April 29th, 1977. 3rd reading, April 29th, 
1977. Mr. Peterson. 1977. 1 p. 

Pr28. An Act respecting the City of Ottawa. 1st reading, April 28th, 1977. Mr. 
Morrow. (Private bill) 1977. 4p. 

Pr29. Not printed. 

Pr30. Not printed. 

Pr31. An Act respecting the City of Toronto. 1st reading, April 28th, 1977. Mr. 
Grossman. (Private bill) 1977. 3 p. 

Bill 1-130, 1st session, 31st Legislature, Ontario, 26 Elizabeth II, 1977. 1977. 

1. An Act to amend the Unified Family Court Act, 1976. 1st reading, June 
27th, 1977. 2nd reading, June 27th, 1977. 3rd reading, June 28th, 1977. The 
Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. 1977. 4p. 

2. An Act to amend the Environmental Assessment Act, 1975. 1st reading, 
June 27th, 1977. The Hon. G.A. Kerr, Minister of the Environment. (Gov- 
ernment bill) 1977. 5 p. 

3. An Act to require the Essex County Board of Education to provide a 
French- language Secondary School. 1st reading, June 27th, 1977. 2nd read- 
ing, July 11th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 11th, 1977. The Hon. T.L. Wells, 
Minister of Education. 1977. 3 p. 

4. An Act to provide for Successor Rights on the Transfer of an Undertak- 
ing to or from the Crown. 1st reading, June 27th, 1977. 2nd reading, July 
11th, 1977. The Hon. J.A.C. Auld, Chairman, Management Board of Cabi- 
net. (Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 

8p. 

Same. 3rd reading, October 18th, 1977. 1977. 8 p. 

5. An Act to amend the Income Tax Act. 1st reading, June 27th, 1977. 2nd 
reading, June 28th, 1977. 3rd reading, June 30th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. 
McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and Intergovern- 
mental Affairs. 1977. 2 p. 


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6. An Act to amend the Ontario Unconditional Grants Act, 1975. 1st read- 
ing, June 27th, 1977. 2nd reading, June 29th, 1977. 3rd reading, June 30th, 
1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Eco- 
nomics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 1977. 4p. 

7. An Act to amend the Succession Duty Act. 1st reading, June 27th, 1977. 

2nd reading, June 30th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of On- 
tario and Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Reprinted as 
amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 6 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, June 30th, 1977. 1977. 6 p. 

8. An Act to authorize the Raising of Money on the Credit of the Consoli- 
dated Revenue Fund. 1st reading, June 27th, 1977. 2nd reading, June 29th, 
1977. 3rd reading, June 30th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of 
Ontario and Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 
1977. 1 p. 

9. An Act respecting the Registration of Venture Investment Corporations. 

1st reading, June 27th, 1977. 2nd reading, June 29th, 1977. 3rd reading, June 
30th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of 
Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 1977. 20 p. 

10. An Act to amend the Tobacco Tax Act. 1st reading, June 27th, 1977. 2nd 
reading, June 29th, 1977. 3rd reading, June 30th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. 
McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and Intergovern- 
mental Affairs. 1977. 11 p. 

11. An Act to provide Employment Opportunities for Youth in Ontario. 1st 

reading, June 27th, 1977. 2nd reading, July 4th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. 
McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and Intergovern- 
mental Affairs. (Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the Whole 
House) 1977. 5 p. 

12. An Act to amend the Retail Sales Tax Act. 1st reading, June 27th, 1977. j 
2nd reading, July 5th, 1977. The Hon. Margaret Scrivener, Minister of Reve- 
nue. (Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 
1977. 5 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, July 6th, 1977. 1977. 5 p. 

13. An Act to amend the Land Transfer Tax Act, 1974. 1st reading, June 27th, 
1977. 2nd reading, July 5th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 6th, 1977. The Hon. 
Margaret Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. 1977. 8 p. 

14. An Act to amend the Land Speculation Tax Act, 1974. 1st reading, June 
27th, 1977. 2nd reading, July 6th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 6th, 1977. The 
Hon. Margaret Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. 1977. 4 p. 


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15. An Act to amend the Corporations Tax Act, 1972. 1st reading, June 27th, 
1977. 2nd reading, July 6th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 6th, 1977. The Hon. 
Margaret Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. 1977. 4 p. 

16. An Act to amend the Gift Tax Act, 1972. 1st reading, June 27th, 1977. 2nd 
reading, July 6th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 6th, 1977. The Hon. Margaret Scri- 
vener, Minister of Revenue. 1977. 4 p. 

17. An Act to amend the Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Act. 1st reading, June 27th, 
1977. 2nd reading, July 6th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 6th, 1977. The Hon. 
Margaret Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. 1977. 8 p. 

18. An Act to impose a Tax on Certain Pollutants of the Environment in On- 
tario. 1st reading, June 27th, 1977. The Hon. M. Scrivener, Minister of Rev- 
enue. (Government bill) 1977. 26 p. 

19. An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act. 1st reading, June 27th, 1977. 
2nd reading, July 6th, 1977. The Hon. J.W. Snow, Minister of Transportation 
and Communications. (Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the Whole 
House) 1977. 8 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, July 6th, 1977. 1977. 8 p. 

20. An Act to amend the Motorized Snow Vehicles Act, 1974. 1st reading, 
June 27th, 1977. 2nd reading, July 6th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 6th, 1977. 
The Hon. J.W. Snow, Minister of Transportation and Communications. 
1977. 1 p. 

21. An Act to establish the Ministry of Northern Affairs. 1st reading, June 
27th, 1977. 2nd reading, July 7th, 1977. The Hon. L. Bernier, Minister of 
Northern Affairs. (Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the Whole 
House) 1977. 3 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, July 12th, 1977. 1977. 3 p. 

22. An Act to amend the Labour Relations Act. 1st reading, June 27th, 1977. 
2nd reading, July 11th, 1977. The Hon. B. Stephenson, Minister of Labour. 
(Reprinted as amended bÿ the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 8 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, October 25th, 1977. 1977. 7 p. 

23. An Act to provide for the Transfer of Services relating to Children. 1st 

reading, June 27th, 1977. 2nd reading, July 11th, 1977. The Hon. K.C. Nor- 
ton, Minister of Community and Social Services. (Reprinted as amended by 
the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 2 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, July 11th, 1977. 1977. 2p. 


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24. An Act to amend the Personal Property Security Act. 1st reading, June 
27th, 1977. 2nd reading, July 4th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 4th, 1977. The 
Hon. S.B. Handleman, Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations. 
1977. 2 p. 

25. An Act respecting Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. 1st reading, June 27th, 
1977. The Hon. H.C. Parrott, Minister of Colleges and Universities. (Gov- 
ernment bill) 1977. 13 p. 


26. An Act to amend the Legislative Assembly Act. 1st reading, June 27th, 
1977. 2nd reading, July 6th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 6th, 1977. The Hon. R. 
Welch, Minister of Culture and Recreation. 1977. 2 p. 




27. An Act to amend the Ontario Human Rights Code. 1st reading, June 27th, 
1977. Mr. Newman ( Windsor- Walkerville) (Private member’s bill) 
1977. 3 p. 


28. An Act respecting Special Educational Programs. 1st reading, June 28th, 
1977. Mr. Foulds. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 


29. An Act respecting Election Public Opinion Polls. 1st reading, June 28th, 
1977. Mr. Samis. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 


30. An Act to revise the Securities Act. 1st reading, June 29th, 1977. The Hon. 
S.B. Handleman, Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations. (Govern- 
ment bill) 1977. 107 p. 

31. An Act to amend the Business Corporations Act. 1st reading, June 29th, 
1977. The Hon. S.B. Handleman, Minister of Consumer and Commercial Re- 
lations. (Government bill) 1977. 5 p. 


32. An Act to regulate Trading in Commodity Futures Contracts. 1st reading, 
June 29th, 1977. The Hon. S.B. Handleman, Minister of Consumer and Com- 
mercial Relations. (Government bill) 1977. 41 p. 

33. An Act to amend the Proceedings Against the Crown Act. 1st reading, July 
4th, 1977. Mr. Kennedy. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

34. An Act to amend the Public Vehicles Act. 1st reading, July 5th, 1977. 2nd 
reading, October 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, October 25th, 1977. The Hon. 
J.W. Snow, Minister of Transportation and Communications. 1977. 2 p. 

35. An Act to amend the Airports Act. 1st reading, July 5th, 1977. 2nd reading, 
October 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, October 25th, 1977. The Hon. J.W. Snow, 
Minister of Transportation and Communications. 1977. 2 p. 


36. An Act to amend certain Acts respecting Regional Municipalities. 1st 


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reading, July 5th, 1977. 2nd reading, October 18th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. 
McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and Intergovern- 
mental Affairs. (Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the Whole 
House) 1977. 30 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, October 18th, 1977. 1977. 30 p. 

37. An Act to amend the District Municipality of Muskoka Act. 1st reading, 
July 5th, 1977. 2nd reading, October 18th, 1977. 3rd reading, October 18th, 
1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Eco- 
nomics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 1977. 3 p. 

38. An Act to amend the County of Oxford Act, 1974. 1st reading, July 5th, 
1977. 2nd reading, October 18th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Trea- 
surer of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Reprinted as amended by 
the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 4 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, October 18th, 1977. 1977. 4p. 

39. An Act to amend the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto Act. 1st read- 
ing, July 5th, 1977. 2nd reading, October 18th, 1977. 3rd reading, October 
18th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of 
Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 1977. 3 p. 

40. An Act to amend the Municipal Act. 1st reading, July 5th, 1977. 2nd read- 
ing, November 1st, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario 
and Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Reprinted as 
amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 5 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, November 8th, 1977. 1977. 5 p. 

41. An Act to amend the Public Utilities Act. 1st reading, July 5th, 1977. The 
Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 1 p. 

42. An Act to amend the City of Timmins- Porcupine Act, 1972. 1st reading, 
July 5th, 1977. 2nd reading, October 18th, 1977. 3rd reading, October 18th, 
1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Eco- 
nomics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 1977. 2 p. 

43. An Act to revise the Audit Act. 1st reading, July 6th, 1977. 2nd reading, 
October 25th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Reprinted as amended 
by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 12 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, December 12th, 1977. 1977. 12 p. 


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44. An Act to amend the Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority Act, 
1974. 1st reading, July 6th, 1977. 2nd reading, October 25th, 1977. 3rd read- 
ing, October 25th, 1977. The Hon. J.W. Snow, Minister of Transportation 
and Communications. 1977. 3 p. 

45. An Act to amend the Farm Products Payments Act. 1st reading, July 6th, 
1977. 2nd reading, July 7th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 7th, 1977. The Hon. W. 
Newman, Minister of Agriculture and Food. 1977. 4 p. 

46. An Act to amend the Liquor Licence Act, 1975. 1st reading, July 6th, 
1977. Mr. Drea. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

47. An Act to amend the Legislative Assembly Act. 1st reading, July 7th, 1977. 
2nd reading, July 12th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 12th, 1977. The Hon. R. 
Welch, Minister of Culture and Recreation. 1977. 1 p. 

48. An Act to amend the Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Act, 
1973. 1st reading, July 12th, 1977. 3rd reading, July 12th, 1977. The Hon. R. 
Welch, Minister of Culture and Recreation. 1977. 3 p. 

49. An Act respecting Municipal Elections. 1st reading, July 7th, 1977. The 
Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government bill) 1977. 61 p. 

50. An Act to provide for Freedeom of Information. 1st reading, July 7th, 
1977. Mr. Lawlor. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 4p. 

51. An Act to provide for Class Actions. 1st reading, July 7th, 1977. Mr. Law- 
lor. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 3 p. 

52. An Act respecting Occupiers’ Liability. 1st reading, July 7th, 1977. Mr. 
Lawlor. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 4 p. 

53. An Act to amend the Consumer Protection Act. 1st reading, July 7th, 
1977. Mr. Newman (Windsor-Walkerville) (Private member’s bill) 
1977. 1 p. 

54. An Act to amend the Family Benefits Act. 1st reading, July 7th, 1977. Mr. 
Martel. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

55. An Act to establish Electrical Service Areas in the Regional Municipality 
of Waterloo. 1st reading, July 8th, 1977. 2nd reading, July 12th, 1977. 3rd 
reading, July 12th, 1977. The Hon. J.A. Taylor, Minister of Energy. 1977. 
lip. 

56. An Act to provide for Municipal Hydro-Electric Service in the Regional 
Municipality of Peel. 1st reading, July 8th, 1977. 2nd reading, July 12th, 


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1977. The Hon. J. A. Taylor, Minister of Energy. (Reprinted as amended by 
the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 10 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, July 12th, 1977. 1977. 10 p. 

57. An Act to amend the Education Act, 1974. 1st reading, July 8th, 1977. Mr. 
Roy. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

58. An Act to establish the Ontario Waste Disposal and Reclamation Com- 
mission. 1st reading, July 11th, 1977. Mr. Newman (Windsor-Walkerville) 
(Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

59. An Act to reform the Law respecting Property Rights and Support Obli- 
gations between Married Persons and in other Family Relationships. 1st 

reading, October 17th, 1977. The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. 
(Government bill) 1977. 33 p. 

60. An Act to reform the Law respecting Succession to the Estates of De- 
ceased Persons. 1st reading, October 17th, 1977. 2nd reading, October 18th, 
1977. The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. (Reprinted as amended by 
the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 44 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, November 1st, 1977. 1977. 44 p. 

61. An Act to reform the Law respecting the Status of Children. 1st reading, 
October 17th, 1977. 2nd reading, October 18th, 1977. The Hon. R. 
McMurtry, Attorney General. (Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the 
Whole House) 1977. 7 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, November 1st, 1977. 1977. 7 p. 

62. An Act to revise the Marriage Act. 1st reading, October 17th, 1977. 2nd 
reading, October 18th, 1977. The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. (Re- 
printed as amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 12 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, November 1st, 1977. 1977. 12 p. 

63. An Act respecting Motor Vehicle Access to Property by Private Road. 1st 

reading, October 17th, 1977. Mr. Maeck. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

64. An Act respecting Small Business in Ontario. 1st reading, October 17th, 
1977. Mr. Eakins. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 9 p. 

65. An Act to amend the Surrogate Courts Act. 1st reading, October 17th, 
1977. 2nd reading, October 18th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 1st, 1977. 
The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. 1977. 2 p. 


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66. An Act to amend the Education Act, 1974. 1st reading, October 17th, 1977. 
Mr. Stong. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

67. An Act to amend the Labour Relations Act. 1st reading, October 17th, 
1977. Mr. Stong. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

68. An Act to amend the Labour Relations Act. 1st reading, October 17th, 
1977. Mr. Cassidy. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2p. 

69. An Act to amend the Labour Relations Act. 1st reading, October 17th, 
1977. Mr. Breaugh. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

70. An Act respecting the Occupational Health and Occupational Safety of 
Workers. 1st reading, October 18th, 1977. The Hon. B. Stephenson, Minis- 
ter of Labour. (Government bill) 1977. 37 p. 

71. An Act to relieve Persons from Liability in respect of voluntary Emer- 
gency Medical and First Aid Services. 1st reading, October 18th, 1977. Mr. 
Haggerty. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

72. An Act to preserve Topsoil in Ontario. 1st reading, October 20th, 1977. 
2nd reading, November 8th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 8th, 1977. The 
Hon. W.G. Newman, Minister of Agriculture and Food. 1977. 3 p. 

73. An Act to amend the Ontario Guaranteed Annual Income Act, 1974. 1st 

reading, October 20th, 1977. 2nd reading, November 8th, 1977. 3rd reading, 
November 8th, 1977. The Hon. Margaret Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. 
1977. 8 p. 

74. An Act to amend the Legislative Assembly Act. 1st reading, October 21st, 
1977. Mr. Williams. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

75. An Act to amend the Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations 
Act. 1st reading, October 24th, 1977. Mr. Davison. (Private member’s bill) 
1977. 1 p. 

76. An Act to amend the Liquor Licence Act, 1975. 1st reading* October 25th, 
1977. Mr. Mancini. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

77. An Act to amend the Judicature Act. 1st reading, October 25th, 1977. 2nd 
reading, November 1st, 1977. The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. 
(Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 5 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, November 8th, 1977. 1977. 5 p. 

78. An Act to amend The County Judges Act. 1st reading, October 25th, 1977. 
2nd reading, November 1st, 1977. 3rd reading, November 1st, 1977. The 
Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. 1977. 1 p. 


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79. An Act to amend the Judicature Act. 1st reading, October 25th, 1977. 2nd 
reading, November 1st, 1977. 3rd reading, November 1st, 1977. The Hon. R. 
McMurtry, Attorney General. 1977. 2p. 

80. An Act to amend the Provincial Courts Act. 1st reading, October 25th, 
1977. 2nd reading, November 1st, 1977. 3rd reading, November 1st, 1977. 
The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. 1977. 1 p. 

81. An Act to amend the Small Claims Courts Act. 1st reading, October 25th, 
1977^2nd reading, November 1st, 1977. 3rd reading, November 8th, 1977. 
The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. 1977. 7 p. 

82. An Act to amend the Ontario Food Terminal Act. 1st reading, October 
25th, 1977. Mr. Pope. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2p. 

83. An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 1974. 1st reading, Oc- 
tober 25th, 1977. Mr. Breaugh. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

84. An Act to amend the Public Transportation and Highway Improvement 
Act. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 2nd reading, November 8th, 1977. The 
Hon. J.W. Snow, Minister of Transportation and Communications. (Re- 
printed as amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 3 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, November 8th, 1977. 1977. 3 p. 

85. An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act. 1st reading, October 27th, 
1977. 2nd reading, November 8th, 1977. The Hon. J.W. Snow, Minister of 
Transportation and Communications. (Reprinted as amended by the Commit- 
tee of the Whole House) 1977. 5 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, November 8th, 1977. 1977. 5 p. 

86. An Act respecting the Official Languages of Ontario. 1st reading, October 
27th, 1977. Mr. Samis. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 4p. 

87. An Act to amend the Liquor Licence Act, 1975. 1st reading, October 28th, 
1977. Mr. Eaton. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

88. An Act to amend the Corporations Tax Act, 1972. 1st reading, November 
1st, 1977. 2nd reading, November 29th, 1977. The Hon. Margaret Scrivener, 
Minister of Revenue. (Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the Whole 
House) 1977. 54 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, December 6th, 1977. 1977. 54 p. 

89. An Act to amend the Planning Act. 1st reading, November 1st, 1977. Mr. 
Cureatz. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 


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90. An Act respecting Toxic and Hazardous Substances. 1st reading, No- 
vember 1st, 1977. Mr. Lewis. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 4 p. 

91. An Act to amend the Assessment Act. 1st reading, November 3rd, 1977. 
2nd reading, November 29th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 29th, 1977. The 
Hon. Margaret Scrivener, Minister of Revenue. 1977. 2 p. 

92. An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act. 1st reading, November 3rd, 
1977. Mr. Nixon. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

93. An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 1974. 1st reading, No- 
vember 3rd, 1977. Mr. O’Neil. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2p. 

94. An Act to amend the Negligence Act. 1st reading, November 4th, 1977. 2nd 
reading, December 6th, 1977. The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. 
(Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 1 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, December 6th, 1977. 1977. 1 p. 

95. An Act to amend the Assessment Act. 1st reading, November 7th, 1977. 
Mr. Leluk. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

96. An Act to register Condominium Property Management Firms. 1st read- 
ing, November 7th, 1977. Mr. Leluk. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 10 p. 

97. An Act respecting the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway. 1st 

reading, November 8th, 1977. 2nd reading, November 29th, 1977. 3rd read- 
ing, November 29th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario 
and Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 1977. 1 p. 

98. An Act to revise the Municipal Elections Act, 1972. 1st reading, November 
8th, 1977. 2nd reading, November 22nd, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, 
Treasurer of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Reprinted as 
amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 64 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, December 12th, 1977. 1977. 64 p. 

99. An Act to regulate the Discounting of Income Tax Refunds. 1st reading, 
November 8th, 1977. 2nd reading, November 15th, 1977. The Hon. L. 
Grossman, Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations. (Reprinted as 
amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 1977. 4 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, November 22nd, 1977. 1977. 4p. 

100. An Act to amend the Environmental Assessment Act, 1975. 1st reading, 

November 8th, 1977. Mr. McGuigan. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 


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101. An Act to amend the Petty Trespass Act. 1st reading, November 10th, 
1977. Mr. Eaton. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

102. An Act to amend the Farm Products Marketing Act. 1st reading, No- 
vember 15th, 1977. 2nd reading, December 6th, 1977. 3rd reading, De- 
cember 9th, 1977. The Hon. W. Newman, Minister of Agriculture and Food. 
1977. 5 p. 

103. An Act to amend the Milk Act. 1st reading, November 15th, 1977. 2nd 
reading, December 6th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 9th, 1977. The Hon. 
W. Newman, Minister of Agriculture and Food. 1977. 1 p. 

104. An Act to amend the Public Hospitals Act. 1st reading, November 15th, 
1977. Mr. Williams. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 3 p. 

105. An Act to establish the Ontario Commission on Waste Management and 
Resource Recovery Systems. 1st reading, November 15th, 1977. Mr. Cun- 
ningham. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

106. An Act to amend the Employment Standards Act, 1974. 1st reading, No- 
vember 17th, 1977. Mr. Mackenzie. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

107. An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act. 1st reading, November 17th, 
1977. 2nd reading, December 13th, 1977. The Hon. J.W. Snow, Minister of 
Transportation and Communications. (Reprinted as amended by the Commit- 
tee of the Whole House) 1977. 23 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, December 13th, 1977. 1977. 23 p. 

108. An Act to amend the Condominium Act. 1st reading, November 17th, 
1977. Mr. Leluk. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

109. An Act respecting Special Education Programs. 1st reading, November 
22nd, 1977. Ms. Gigantes. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

1 10. An Act to amend the Planning Act. 1st reading, November 24th, 1977. The 
Hon. J.R. Rhodes, Minister of Housing. (Government bill) 1977. 4p. 

111. An Act to provide for Municipal Hydro-Electric Service in the County of 
Oxford. 1st reading, November 25th, 1977. 2nd reading, December 7th, 
1977. 3rd reading, December 7th, 1977. The Hon. J.A. Taylor, Minister of 
Energy. 1977. 12 p. 

112. An Act to amend the Highway Traffic Act. 1st reading, November 29th, 
1977. 2nd reading, December 12th, 1977. The Hon. John P. MacBeth, Solici- 


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tor General. (Reprinted as amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 
1977. 2 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, December 13th, 1977. 1977. 2p. 

113. An Act to amend the Police Act. 1st reading, November 29th, 1977. The 
Hon. John P. MacBeth, Solicitor General. (Government bill) 1977. 5 p. 

114. An Act to amend the Police Act. 1st reading, November 29th, 1977. The 
Hon. John P. MacBeth, Solicitor General. (Government bill) 1977. 18 p. 

115. An Act to amend the Condominium Act. 1st reading, November 29th, 
1977. 2nd reading, December 13th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 13th, 1977. 
The Hon. L. Grossman, Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations. 
1977. 3 p. 

1 16. An Act to amend the Election Act. 1st reading, November 29th, 1977. Mr. 
Breithaupt. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 4 p. 

117. An Act to amend the Landlord and Tenant Act. 1st reading, December 
5th, 1977. Mr. Wildman. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

118. An Act to amend the Condominium Act. 1st reading, December 5th, 1977. 
Mr. Wildman. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 3 p. 

119. An Act to provide for the Licensing of Businesses by Municipalities. 1st 

reading, December 6th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of On- 
tario and Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. (Government 
bill) 1977. 9 p. 

120. An Act to amend the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto Act. 1st read- 
ing, December 8th, 1977. 2nd reading, December 13th, 1977. 3rd reading, 
December 13th, 1977. The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 1977. 3 p. 

121. An Act respecting Family Day. 1st reading, December 8th, 1977. Mr. Wil- 
liams. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 1 p. 

122. An Act to amend the Legislative Assembly Act. 1st reading, December 
12th, 1977. 2nd reading, December 13th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 13th, 
1977. The Hon. R. Welch, Minister of Culture and Recreation. 1977. 1 p. 

, 

123. An Act to amend the Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Act, 
1973 . 1st reading, December 8th, 1977. 2nd reading, December 13th, 1977. 
The Hon. R. Welch, Minister of Culture and Recreation. (Reprinted as 
amended by the Committee of the Whole House) 1977. 2 p. 

Same. 3rd reading, December 13th, 1977. 1977. 2 p. 


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124. An Act to amend the Mental Health Act. 1st reading, December 13th, 
1977. The Hon. D.R. Timbrell, Minister of Health. (Government bill) 1977. 
17 p. 

125. An Act to provide for the Disclosure of Information relating to the Cost of 
Government Programs. 1st reading, December 13th, 1977. Mr. Van Horne. 
(Private member’s bill) 1977. 3 p. 

126. An Act to amend the Labour Relations Act. 1st reading, December 15th, 
1977. Mr. Williams. (Private member’s bill) 1977. 2 p. 

127. An Act to amend the Municipal Act. 1st reading, December 15th, 1977. 
The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. (Government bill) 1977. 7 p. 

128. An Act to amend the Landlord and Tenant Act. 1st reading, December 
15th, 1977. The Hon. R. McMurtry, Attorney General. (Government bill) 
1977. 1 p. 

129. An Act to prohibit Discrimination in Business Relationships. 1st reading, 
December 16th, 1977. The Hon. W.G. Davis, Premier. (Government bill) 
1977. 8 p. 

130. An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money for the fiscal 
year ending the 31st day of March, 1978. 1st reading, December 16th, 
1977. 2nd reading, December 16th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 16th, 1977. 
The Hon. W.D. McKeough, Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics 
and Intergovernmental Affairs. 1977. 3 p. 

Bill Prl-38. Private bill. 1st session, 31st Legislature, Ontario, 26 Elizabeth II, 
1977. 1977. 

Prl. An Act respecting the Township of Tay. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 
2nd reading, November 15th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 15th, 1977. Mr. 
Smith (Simcoe East) 1977. 5 p. 

Pr2. An Act respecting the Township of Dover. 1st reading, November 9th, 
1977. 2nd reading, November 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 25th, 
1977. Mr. McGuigan. 1977. 67 p. 

Pr3. Not printed. 

Pr4. An Act respecting the County of Peterborough. 1st reading, November 
9th, 1977. 2nd reading, December 9th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 9th, 
1977. Mr. Turner. 1977. 3 p. 

Pr5. An Act respecting the Village of Port McNicoll. 1st reading, November 


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9th, 1977. Mr. Smith (Simcoe East) (Reprinted as amended by the Adminis- 
tration of Justice Committee) 1977. 1 p. 

Same. 2nd reading, November 28th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 28th, 
1977. 1977. 1 p. 

Pr6. Not printed. 

Pr7. An Act respecting the City of Hamilton. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 
Mr. Deans. (Private bill) 1977. 11 p. 

Pr.8. An Act respecting the City of Burlington. 1st reading, October 27th, 
1977. 2nd reading, November 22nd, 1977. 3rd reading, November 22nd, 
1977. Mr. Reed, Hal ton- Burlington. 1977. 5 p. 

Pr9. An Act respecting the City of Sault Ste. Marie. 1st reading, November 
9th, 1977. 2nd reading, December 15th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 15th, 
1977. Mr. Lane. 1977. 2p. 

PrlO. An Act respecting the City of London. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 
Mr. Walker. (Reprinted as amended by the Administration of Justice Com- 
mittee) 1977. 9 p. 

Same. 2nd reading, December 9th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 9th, 1977. 
1977. 9 p. 

Pr. 1 1 . An Act respecting the City of Windsor. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 
Mr. Newman, Windsor- Walkerville. (Reprinted as amended by the Adminis- 
tration of Justice Committee) 1977. 3 p. 

Same. 2nd reading, December 9th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 9th, 1977. 
1977. 3 p. 

Prl2. An Act respecting Certain Lands in the Township of Casgrain. 1st read- 
ing, November 9th, 1977. 2nd reading, November 22nd, 1977. 3rd reading, 
November 22nd, 1977. Mr. Lane. 1977. 2p. 

Prl3. An Act respecting Sudbury Young Women’s Christian Association. 1st 

reading, November 8th, 1977. Mr. Germa. (Private bill) 1977. 1 p. 

Prl4. An Act respecting the City of Ottawa. 1st reading, November 9th, 1977. 
Mr. Roy. (Reprinted as amended by the Administration of Justice Commit- 
tee) 1977. 4 p. 

Same. 2nd reading, November 28th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 28th, 
1977. 1977. 4 p. 


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Prl5. An Act respecting the City of Ottawa. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 
Mr. Roy. (Private bill) 1977. 1 p. 

Prl6. An Act respecting the County of Middlesex. 1st reading, October 27th, 
1977. Mr. Eaton. (Private bill) 1977. 2 p. 

Prl7. An Act respecting the City of Kitchener. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 
Mr. Breithaupt. (Reprinted as amended by the Administration of Justice 
Committee) 1977. 2p. 

Same. 2nd reading, November 22nd, 1977. 3rd reading, November 22nd, 
1977. 1977. 2 p. 

Prl8. An Act respecting the City of Toronto. 1st reading, November 9th, 1977. 
Mr. Rotenberg. (Reprinted as amended by the Administration of Justice 
Committee) 1977. 7 p. 

Same. 2nd reading, December 9th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 9th, 1977. 
1977. 7 p. 

Prl9. An Act respecting Circle R Boys Ranch. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 
2nd reading, November 15th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 15th, 1977. Mr. 
Taylor, Simcoe Centre. 1977. 1 p. 

Pr20. An Act respecting the Township of Georgina. 1st reading, October 27th, 
1977. Mr. Hodgson. (Reprinted as amended by the Administration of Justice 
Committee) 1977. 5 p. 

Same. 2nd reading, December 9th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 9th, 1977. 
1977. 5 p. 

Pr21. An Act respecting Fuller- Austin of Canada Limited. 1st reading, October 
27th, 1977. 2nd reading, November 15th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 
15th, 1977. Mr. McCaffrey. 1977. 2 p. 

Pr22. An Act respecting the Borough of Etobicoke. 1st reading, October 27th, 
1977. 2nd reading, November 15th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 15th, 
1977. Mr. Leluk. 1977. 1 p. 

Pr23. An Act respecting Matol Holdings Limited. 1st reading, October 27th, 
1977. 2nd reading, November 15th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 15th, 
1977. Mr. McCaffrey. 1977. 1 p. 


Pr24. An Act respecting Niagara Institute for International Studies. 1st read- 
ing, October 27th, 1977. 2nd reading, November 15th, 1977. 3rd reading, 
November 15th, 1977. Mr. Kerrio. 1977. 2 p. 


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Pr25. An Act respecting the City of Sarnia. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 2nd 
reading, November 22nd, 1977. 3rd reading, November 22nd, 1977. Mr. 
Blundy. 1977. 2 p. 

Pr26. Not printed. 

Pr27. An Act respecting the City of Windsor. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 
Mr. Newman, Windsor- Walkerville. (Reprinted as amended by the Adminis- 
tration of Justice Committee) 1977. 2 p. 

Same. 2nd reading, December 9th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 9th, 1977. 
1977. 2 p. 

Pr28. An Act respecting the City of Hamilton. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 
Mr. Deans. (Reprinted as amended by the Administration of Justice Commit- 
tee) 1977. 1 p. 

Same. 2nd reading, November 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 25th, 
1977. 1977. 1 p. 

Pr29. An Act respecting the Township of East Zorra-Tavistock. 1st reading, 
November 9th, 1977. Mr. Eaton. (Reprinted as amended by the Administra- 
tion of Justice Committee) 1977. 31 p. 

Same. 2nd reading, December 13th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 13th, 
1977. 1977. 31 p. 

Pr30. An Act respecting the City of Chatham. 1st reading, November 15th, 
1977. Mr. McGuigan. (Reprinted as amended by the Administration of Jus- 
tice Committee) 1977. lip. 

Same. 2nd reading, November 25th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 25th, 
1977. 1977. 11 p. 

Pr31 . An Act respecting Garnet Holdings Limited. 1st reading, October 27th, 
1977. 2nd reading, November 15th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 15th, 
1977. Mr. Johnson. 1977. 2 p. 

Pr32. An Act respecting Stanley Starr Limited. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 
2nd reading, November 15th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 15th, 1977. Mr. 
Cureatz. 1977. 2p. 

Pr33. An Act respecting Kedna Enterprises Limited. 1st reading, October 27th, 
1977. 2nd reading, November 15th, 1977. 3rd reading, November 15th, 
1977. Mr. Mackenzie. 1977. 2p. 

Pr34. An Act respecting the City of Sarnia. 1st reading, October 27th, 1977. 2nd 


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reading, November 22nd, 1977. 3rd reading, November 22nd, 1977. Mr. 
Blundy. 1977. 2 p. 

Pr35. An Act respecting Shore and Horwitz Construction Company Limited. 

1st reading, November 9th, 1977. 2nd reading, November 22nd, 1977. 3rd 
reading, November 22nd, 1977. Mr. Handleman. 1977. 1 p. 

Pr36. An Act respecting the City of Thunder Bay. 1st reading, December 8th, 
1977. Mr. Hennessy. (Reprinted as amended by the Administration of Jus- 
tice Committee) 1977. 6 p. 

Same. 2nd reading, December 15th, 1977. 3rd reading, December 15th, 
1977. 1977. 6 p. 

Pr37. An Act respecting Loubill Hobbies and Sports Limited. 1st reading, De- 
cember 8th, 1977. Mr. Mackenzie. (Private bill) 1977. 1 p. 

Pr38. An Act respecting the Borough of Scarborough. 1st reading, December 
8th, 1977. Mr. McCaffrey. (Private bill) 1977. 1 p. 

Journals of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario from the 28th of 
October to 18th of December, 1975 . . . being the first session of the thirtieth par- 
liament of Ontario. Session 1975; and 15th and 16th of January, 1976 . . . being the 
second session of the thirtieth parliament of Ontario. 1st Session 1976; and from 9th 
of March to 18th of March, 1976 . . . and from 29th of March to 5th of April, 1976 
. . . and from 20th of April to 22nd of June, 1976 . . . and from 13th of July to 15th 
of July, 1976 . . . and from 26th of October to 16th of December, 1976 . . . being 
the third session of the thirtieth parliament of Ontario. 2nd Session 1976; and from 
29th of March to 29th of April, 1977 . . . assembly dissolved 29th of April, 1977 
. . . being the fourth session of the thirtieth parliament of Ontario. Session 1977. 
Printed by order of the Legislative Assembly. Vol. CX. [1977] [439] p. 

Debates and proceedings of the second and third sessions of the thirtieth Legisla- 
ture of the Province of Ontario, Thursday, January 15, 1976-Thursday, December 
16, 1976. Index. 1977. 2 v. Vol. 2 contains indices for the Supply Committee, 
March 12, 1976-December 7, 1976. 

Legislature of Ontario debates. Official report (Hansard) daily edition, fourth ses- 
sion, 30th parliament, no. 1-26, Mar. 29- Apr. 29, 1977. 

Legislature of Ontario debates. Resources Development Committee. Official 
report (Hansard) daily edition, fourth session, 30th parliament, no. R1-R2, April 
27-28, 1977. 

Legislature of Ontario debates. Social Development Committee. Official report 
''(Hansard) daily edition, fourth session, 30th parliament, no. S1-S3, April 25-27, 
1977. 


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Legislature of Ontario debates. Official report (Hansard) daily edition, first ses- 
sion, 31st parliament, no. 1-82, June 27-Dec. 16, 1977. 


Legislature of Ontario debates. General Government Committee. Official re- 
' port (Hansard) daily edition, first session, 31st parliament, no. G1-G34, Oct. 18- 
Dec. 14, 1977. 


/Legislature of Ontario debates. Justice Committee. Official report (Hansard) 
daily edition, first session, 31st parliament, no. J1-J6, Dec. 7-Dec. 15, 1977. 


Legislature of Ontario debates. Resources Development Committee. Official 
report (Hansard) daily edition, first session, 31st parliament, no. R1-R46, June 28- 
Dec. 15, 1977. 

^ Legislature of Ontario debates. Social Development Committee. Official report 
(Hansard) daily edition, first session, 31st parliament, no. S1-S38, June 28-Dec. 
14, 1977. 

Order paper and notices. The Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, 
4th session, 30th parliament, no. 1-21, Mar. 29-Apr. 29, 1977. No. 1 has title: Pro- 
ceedings at the opening . . . 

Order paper and notices. The Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, 
1st session, 31st parliament, no. 1-55, June 27-Dec. 16, 1977. No. 1 has title: Pro- 
ceedings at the opening ... 


Votes and proceedings of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, 4th 
session, 30th parliament, no. 1-21, Mar. 29-Apr. 29, 1977. 


Votes and proceedings of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, 1st 
session, 31st parliament, no. 1-55, June 27-Dec. 16, 1977. 

Des idées aux lois. [1977] [10] p. Publié par le bureau de l’Assemblée legislative. 

Discours du Trône; prononcé par l’honorable Pauline M. McGibbon, lieutenant- 
gouverneur de la province de l’Ontario à l’ouverture de la première session de la 
trente et unième législature de la province de l’Ontario, le 27 juin 1977. 1977. 41 
leaves. Processed. 

Plan of the floor of the Legislative Assembly, Toronto, 1977, fourth session, 
thirtieth parliament. 1977. folder, illus. Shows the seating arrangement. 

Plan of the floor of the Legislative Assembly, Toronto, 1977, first session, thirty- 
first parliament. 1977. folder, illus. Shows the seating arrangement. 

Speech from the Throne; address of the Honourable Pauline M. McGibbon, Lieu- | 
tenant Governor of the Province of Ontario, on the opening of the first session of the ! 




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| thirty-first parliament of the Province of Ontario, June 27, 1977. 1977. 4 leaves. 
Processed. 


LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 

Bi-monthly book list, new series no. 71-76. Jan. -Nov. 1977. Processed. 


SELECT AND STANDING COMMITTEES 

COLLEGE RELATIONS COMMISSION 

Annual report. 1st, 1975/76. 1977. 4 p. Processed. Chairman: Owen B. Shime. 
Covers the period Sept. 1, 1975 to Aug. 31, 1976. 

— 2d, 1976/77. 1977. 4 p. Processed. Chairman: Owen B. Shime. Covers the 
period Sept. 1, 1976 to Aug. 31, 1977. 


SELECT COMMITTEE ON COMPANY LAW 

/The insurance industry; first report on automobile insurance. 1977. ix, 366 p. 
Chairman: Vernon M. Singer. 

Reports, by Woods Gordon & Co. Mar. 1977. 5 v. Processed. 

Contents. — Report I. The motor vehicle system. — Report II. Financial structure of 
the automobile insurance industry in Ontario. — Report III. Determining automobile 
insurance premiums. — Report IV. Processing of claims by the insurance in- 
dustry. — Report V. The reparation system. 


SELECT COMMITTEE ON HIGHWAY SAFETY 

J Final report. Sept. 1977. 1977. 1 v. (various pagings) Processed. Chairman: Fred 
Young. 


SELECT COMMITTEE ON HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION OF GOODS 

Final report; a public policy direction for the highway transportation of goods. 
1977. 2v. Chairman: Bud Gregory. Vol. 2 contains appendices. 

J Interim report. Sept. 30, 1976. [1976] ii, 145 leaves. Processed. Chairman: Bud 
Gregory . 


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SELECT COMMUTEE ON REPORTS OF THE ONTARIO COMMISSION 
ON THE LEGISLATURE 

/ Final report of the Select Committee on the fourth and fifth reports of the Ontario 
Commission on the Legislature, the Legislative Assembly of the Province of On- 
tario, thirtieth Parliament. 1977. 65, 74 p. Chairman: Donald H. Morrow. 


SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE OMBUDSMAN 

First report. 1976. Tabled in the Legislative Assembly by the chairman of the 
Committee, James A. Renwick, 3rd session, 30th Legislature, 25 Elizabeth II. 

1976. ii, 12, 2 leaves. Processed. 

j/ Second report. 1977. Tabled in the Legislative Assembly by the chairman of the 
Committee, James A. Renwick, 4th session, 30th Legislature, 26 Elizabeth II. 

1977. iv, 96 leaves. 

y Third report. 1977. Tabled in the Legislative Assembly by the chairman of the 
Committee, Michael N. Davison, 1st session, 31st Legislature, 26 Elizabeth II. 
1977. i, v, 145 p. Processed. 


OMBUDSMAN 

Annual report. 1st, 1975/76. [1977] 647 p. Covers the period May 22, 1975 to 
July 10, 1976. 

Rapport annuel. 1st, 1975/76. [1977] 684 p. Pour la période le 22 mai, 1975 au 
10 juillet, 1976. 

Second report, July 11, 1976-March 31, 1977. 1977. iii, 805 p. 


STATUTES AND REGULATIONS 

Statutes of the Province of Ontario, passed in the session held at Toronto in the 
twenty-fourth year of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, being the first 
session of the thirtieth Legislature of Ontario, convened on the 28th day of October 
1975 and prorogued on the 18th day of December 1975. iv, 92 p. Statutes of the 
Province of Ontario, passed in the session held at Toronto in the twenty-fourth 
year of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, being the second session of the , 
thirtieth Legislature of Ontario, convened on the 15th day of January 1976 and j 
prorogued on the 16th day of January 1976. iii, 9 p. Statutes of the Province of j 


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29 


Ontario, passed in the session held at Toronto in the twenty-fifth year of the reign 
of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, being the third session of the thirtieth Legisla- 
ture of Ontario, convened on the 9th day of March 1976 and prorogued on the 16th 
day of December 1976. viii, 783 p. 1975-76. (i.e. 1977) 

The Anatomy Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 21, and Regulation 
18, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by O. Reg. 772/73. Office 
consolidation. Oct. 1976. 16 p. 

The Animals for Research Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 22, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.6; 1972, chapter 1, s.l. and Ontario regulations O. 
Reg. 139/71 -Research and supply facilities, O. Reg. 140/71 -Pounds, as amended 
by O. Reg. 387/73, O. Reg. 142/71 -Transportation, O. Reg. 142/71 -General, as 
amended by O. Reg. 142/76. Office consolidation. June 1977. 38 p. 

The Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act, Revised statutes of On- 
tario, 1970, chapter 24, as amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.7; 1971, chapter 98, 
s.4, sched., par. 2; 1972, chapter 1, s. 1 3 and 1972, chapter 113. Office consolida- 
tion. Nov. 1976. 16 p. 

Regulations pertaining to alignment and brakes mechanic, Regulation 19, Re- 
vised regulations of Ontario, 1970, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Trades- 
men’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 1976. 9 p. Issued by Ministry of 
Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to auto body repairer, Regulation 20, Revised regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1970, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualifi- 
cation Act. [Office consolidation] 1977. 14 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and 
Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to automotive machinist, Regulation 21, Revised regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1970, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualifi- 
cation Act. [Office consolidation] [1977] 13 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and 
Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to bakers, Regulation 23, Revised regulations of Ontario, 
1970, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Of- 
fice consolidation] 1976. 7 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to barbering schools, Regulation 24, Revised regulations 
of Ontario, 1970, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification 
Act. [Office consolidation] 1977. 6 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universi- 
ties. 

Regulations pertaining to brick and stone masons, Ontario regulation 19/76, 
pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office con- 
solidation] 1976. 18 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 


30 


STATUTES AND REGULATIONS 


Regulations pertaining to cement mason, Ontario regulation 165/72, pursuant 
to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 
1977. 7 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to construction millwright, Ontario regulation 543/72, 
under the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolida- 
tion] [1977] 22 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to cook, Ontario regulation 915/76, pursuant to the Ap- 
prenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 1977. 
15 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to dry cleaners, Regulation 30, Revised regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, under the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. 

[Office consolidation] 1976. 3 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to electricians, Ontario regulation 20/76, pursuant to the 
Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 
1976. 13 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to farm equipment mechanic, Ontario regulation 
395/71, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act, 
1964. [Office consolidation] [1977] 13 p. Issued by Department of Labour. 

Regulations pertaining to fuel and electrical systems mechanic, Regulation 32, 

Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Trades- 
men’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] [1977] 15 p. Issued by Ministry of 
Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to general carpenter, Ontario regulation 570/76, pursu- 
ant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolida- 
tion] 1977. 7 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to glazier and metal mechanic, Regulation 34, Revised 
regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by O. Reg. 408/73, pursuant to the Ap- 
prenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] [1977] 
18 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to hairdressers, Regulation 35, Revised regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, as amended by O. Reg. 207/71, pursuant to the Apprenticeship 
and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 1977. 13 p. Issued by 
Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to heavy duty equipment mechanic, Regulation 37, Re- 
vised regulations of Ontario, 1970, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Trades- 
men’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 1976. 19 p. Issued by Ministry of 
Colleges and Universities. 


STATUTES AND REGULATIONS 


31 


Regulations pertaining to ironworkers, Ontario regulation 171/73, pursuant to 
the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 
[197?] 13 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to lathers, Ontario regulation 16/76, pursuant to the Ap- 
prenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 1976. 
14 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to motor vehicle mechanic, Regulation 40, Revised reg- 
ulations of Ontario, 1970, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qual- 
ification Act. [Office consolidation] 1977. 20 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges 
and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to painter, Ontario regulation 960/76, pursuant to the 
Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 
1977. 20 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to plasterers, Regulation 43 of R.R.O. 1970, pursuant to 
the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 
[197?] 5 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to plumbers, Regulation 44, Revised regulations of On- 
tario, 1970, as amended by O. Regs. 77/71, 269/71, 410/73, pursuant to the Ap- 
prenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] [197?] 
17 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to radio and television service technicians, Ontario reg- 
ulation 221/74, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification 
Act. [Office consolidation] [197?] 15 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Univer- 
sities. 

Regulations pertaining to refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics, On- 
tario regulation 612/73, as amended by O. Reg. 17/76, pursuant to the Appren- 
ticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 1976. 15 p. 
Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to sheet metal workers, Ontario regulation 298/73, pur- 
suant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consoli- 
dation] 1977. 13 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to sprinkler and fire protection installers, Ontario reg- 
ulation 18/76, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification 
Act. [Office consolidation] 1976. 19 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Univer- 
sities. 

Regulations pertaining to steamfitters, Ontario regulation 124/73, pursuant to 
the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 
1977. 18 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 


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STATUTES AND REGULATIONS 


Regulations pertaining to transmission mechanic, Regulation 49, Revised regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1970, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Quali- 
fication Act. [Office consolidation] [1977] 7 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and 
Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to truck-trailer repairer, Regulation 50, Revised regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1970, pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s Qualifi- 
cation Act. [Office consolidation] [1977] 10 p. Issued by Ministry of Colleges and 
Universities. 

Regulations pertaining to watch repairers, Regulation 51, Revised regulations j 
of Ontario, 1970, as amended by O. Reg. 227/71, pursuant to the Apprenticeship 
and Tradesmen’s Qualification Act. [Office consolidation] 1977. 7 p. Issued by 
Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

The Arbitrations Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 25, as amended 
by 1973, chapter 28 and 1976, chapter 5. Office consolidation. Mar. 1977. 9 p. 

The Assessment Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 32, as amended by 
1971, chapters 79 and 98, s.4, sched., par. 3; 1972, chapter 1, s.89; 1972, chapter 
111, s.14; 1972, chapters 125 and 161; 1973, chapters 26 and 148; 1974, chapter 
41; 1975 (2nd sess.), chapter 2; 1976, chapter 65. Office consolidation. Jan. 1977. 

68 p. 

The Beds of Navigable Waters Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 41 . 
The Public Lands Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 380, as amended 
by 1971, chapter 46; 1972, chapter 4, s.19; 1972, chapter 29 and 1975, chapter 65 
and Ontario regulation 246/71, as amended to O. Reg. 514/75, Sale and lease of 
public lands. Office consolidation. Sept. 1977. 35 p. 

The building code, Ontario regulation 925/75. Office consolidation. [1977] 1 v. 
(loose-leaf) Issued by Building Code Branch, Ministry of Consumer and Commer- 
cial Relations. 

Ontario regulation 925/75 under the Building Code Act, 1974 (General) as 
amended by O. Reg. 669/76. Office consolidation. July 1977. 1789-2273 p. 
maps. 

The Bulk Sales Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 52. Office consoli- 
dation. Oct. 1976. 13 p. 

The Business Corporations Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 53, as j 
amended by 1971, chapter 26; 1971, chapter 98, s.4, sched., par. 4; 1972, chapter I 
1, s.30; 1972, chapter 138; 1974, chapter 26 and 1976, chapter 67 and Regulation j 
78, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by O. Regs. 317/71, 386/71, ! 
445/71, 452/76 and 978/76. Office consolidation. Mar. 1977. 203 p. 


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33 


The Business Practices Act, 1974, Statutes of Ontario, 1974, chapter 131. Office 
| consolidation. Oct. 1976. 14 p. 

— Statutes of Ontario, 1974, chapter 131. Office consolidation. Sept. 1977. 14 p. 

The Cemeteries Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 57, as amended by 
1972, chapter 1, s. 3 1 and Regulation 80, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970 and 
Regulation 81, Revised regulations of Ontario regulation 130/77. Office consolida- 
tion. Mar. 1977. 42 p. 

The Children’s Boarding Homes Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 
65, as amended by 1971, chapter 50, s. 18 and 1971, chapter 91 and Regulation 87, 
Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, amended to June 1, 1977. Office consolida- 
tion. June 1977. 26 p. 

Code des droits de l’homme de l’Ontario, Statuts révisés de l’Ontario, 1970, cha- 
pitre 318, tel que modifié par le chapitre 50, art. 63 en 1971, le chapitre 119 en 
1972, et le chapitre 73 en 1974. Codification aux fins internes, août 1977. 26 p. 

The Collection Agencies Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 71, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.21; 1972, chapter 1, s.33; 1973, chapter 9 and 
1974, chapter 29 and Ontario regulation 21/71, as amended by O. Reg. 496/74 and 
O. Reg. 683/75. Office consolidation. May 1977. 47 p. 

The Community Recreation Centres Act, 1974, Statutes of Ontario, 1974, 
chapter 80, as amended by Ontario regulation 52/76 and Ontario regulations 
236/75 and 52/76. Office consolidation. Jan. 1977. 11 p. 

The Condominium Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 77, as 
amended by 1972, chapter 7; 1973, chapter 121 and 1974, chapter 133, and Regula- 
tion 98, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended to O. Reg. 961/76. Of- 
fice consolidation. Feb. 1977. 57 p. 

The Conservation Authorities Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 78, 
as amended by 1971, chapter 64; 1972, chapter 1, s.84 and 1973, chapter 98. Office 
consolidation. Feb. 1977. 23 p. 

The Consumer Protection Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 82, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 24 and chapter 50, s.23 and 1972, chapter 1, s.35 and 
chapter 53 and Regulation 128, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended 
by O. Regs. 149/71; 201/71; 525/71; 258/74; 966/74; 684/75 and 816/75. Office 
consolidation. Mar. 1977. 44 p. 

The Consumer Reporting Act, 1973, Statutes of Ontario, 1973, chapter 97 and 
Ontario Regulation 251/74 as amended by O. Regs. 202/75 and 685/75. Office con- 
solidation. Oct. 1976. 42 p. 


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STATUTES AND REGULATIONS 


The Co-operative Corporations Act, 1973, Statutes of Ontario, 1973, chapter 
101, and Ontario regulation 179/74 as amended by O. Reg. 979/76. Office consoli- 
dation. Apr. 1977. 154 p. 

The Corporations Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 89, as amended 
by 1971, chapter 25; 1971, chapter 98, s.4., sched. par. 9; 1973, chapter 104; 1976, 
chapter 68, and Regulation 134, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended 
by O. Reg. 444/71 and O. Reg. 977/76, Regulation 135, Revised regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, as amended by O. Regs. 383/71, 443/71, 415/72 and 976/76, Regu- 
lation 136, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970. Office consolidation. Dec. 1976. 
227 p. 

The Corporations Information Act, 1976, Statutes of Ontario, 1976, chapter 66 
and Ontario regulation 975/76. Office consolidation. Feb. 1977. 14 p. 

The Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act, 1976, Statutes of Ontario, 1976, 
chapter 62. Office consolidation. May 1977. 82 p. 

The Crown Employees Collective Bargaining Act, 1972, Statutes of Ontario, 
1972, chapter 67, as amended by 1974, chapter 135. Office consolidation. Mar. 
1977. 33 p. 

Ontario regulation 577/72 (General) as amended by Ontario regulation 150/73. 
Ontario regulation 151/73 (Rules of procedure) made under The Crown Em- 
ployees Collective Bargaining Act, 1972. Office consolidation. Feb. 1977. 78 p. 

The Day Nurseries Act, Revised statutes of Ontario 1970, chapter 104, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.25; 1971, chapter 93; 1971, (2nd sess.), chapter 
11; 1972, chapter 1, s.l; 1973, chapter 77 and Regulation 160, Revised regulations 
of Ontario, 1970, amended to February 1, 1977. Office consolidation. Feb. 1977. 
75 p. 

The Developmental Services Act, 1974, Statutes of Ontario, 1974, chapter 2 and 
Ontario regulation 213/74, amended to June 30, 1977. Office consolidation. Oct. 
1977. 30 p. 

The District Welfare Administration Boards Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 
1970, chapter 132, as amended by 1972, chapter 1, s.21 (in force April 1, 1972) 
1972, chapter 25 (in force January 1, 1973) 1973, chapter 144 (in force December 
4, 1973) and Regulation 225, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended to 
September, 1977. Office consolidation. Sept. 1977. 24 p. 

The Drainage Act, 1975, Statutes of Ontario, 1975, chapter 79, as amended by 
1976, chapter 8. Office consolidation. May 1977. 57 p. 

The Education Act, 1974, Statutes of Ontario, 1974, chapter 109, as amended by 
1975, chapter 77 and 1976, chapter 50. Office consolidation. June 1977. 272 p. 


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The Election Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 142, as amended by 

1971, chapter 98, s.4, sched., par. 12; 1971, chapter 100; 1974, chapter 82 and 
1975, chapter 12, s.55. Office consolidation. Jan. 1977. 57 p. 

The Election Finances Reform Act, 1975. Statutes of Ontario, 1975, chapter 12, 
as amended by 1975, chapter 83 and 1977, chapter 2. Office consolidation. May 
1977. 31 p. Issued by Commission on Election Contributions and Expenses. 

The Employment Standards Act, 1974, Statutes of Ontario, 1974, chapter 112, 
and Regulation 242, Ambulance Service Industry, Revised regulations of Ontario, 
1970, as amended to O. Reg. 190/76, Ontario regulation 654/75, Benefit Plans, as 
amended by O. Reg. 884/75, Ontario regulation 320/75, Fruit, Vegetable and To- 
bacco Harvesters, as amended by O. Reg. 418/76, Ontario regulation 803/75, Gen- 
eral, as amended to O. Reg. 417/76, Regulation 251, Termination of Employment, 
Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970. Office consolidation. Jan. 1977. 53 p. 

The Energy Act, 1971, Statutes of Ontario, 1971, chapter 44, as amended by 

1972, chapter 1, section 40. [Office Consolidation] 1976. 62 p. 

The Environmental Assessment Act, 1975, Statutes of Ontario, 1975, chapter 69. 
Office consolidation. Feb. 1977. 25 p. 

Ontario regulation 229/74 made under the Environmental Protection Act, 1971, 

as amended to O. Reg. 147/77, Sewage systems. Office consolidation. Feb. 1977. 

16 p. 

— under the Environmental Protection Act, 1971, as amended to O. Reg. 530/77. 
Office consolidation. Aug. 1977. 17 p. 

Regulation 824 (General), Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by 
O. Regs. 217/73, 382/73 and 75/74 made under The Waste Management Act (now 
under The Environmental Protection Act, 1971) Office consolidation. Apr. 1977. 
7p. 

The Evidence Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 151. Office consoli- 
dation. Mar. 1976. 20 p. 

The Expropriations Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 154, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 12; 1972, chapter 1, s.10; 1972, chapter 24 and 1975, 
chapter 19 and Regulations 285 and 286, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970 and 
Ontario regulations 491/71 and 575/72. Office consolidation. Aug. 1976. 63 p. 

The Family Benefits Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 157, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.38; 1971, chapter 92; 1972, chapter 151, and 1974, 
chapter 98, and Regulation 287, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended 
to O. Reg. 813/76. Office consolidation. Nov. 1976. 43 p. 


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STATUTES AND REGULATIONS 


— Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 157, as amended by 1971, chapter 50, 
s.38; 1971, chapter 92; 1972, chapter 151 and 1974, chapter 98 and Regulation 
287, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended to August, 1977. Office 
consolidation. Sept. 1977. 68 p. 

The General Welfare Assistance Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 
192, as amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.44 and 1974, chapter 96 and Regulation 
383, Regulation 384, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, amended to January 31, 
1977. Office consolidation. Jan. 1977. 80 p. 

The Gift Tax Act, 1972, Statutes of Ontario, 1972, chapter 12, as amended by 
1973, chapter 165; 1975, chapter 15; 1976, chapter 11 and O. Reg. 799/75, s.l. Of- 
fice consolidation. June 1976. 39 p. 

— Statutes of Ontario, 1972, chapter 12, as amended by 1973, chapter 165; 1975, 
chapter 15; 1976, chapter 11 and 1977, chapter 17. Office consolidation. Sept. 
1977. 41 p. 

The Homes for Retarded Persons Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 
204, as amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.45 and 1973, chapter 76 and Regulation 
437, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended to O. Reg. 205/77. Office 
consolidation. Sept. 1977. 23 p. 

The Hospital Labour Disputes Arbitration Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 
1970, chapter 208, as amended by 1972, chapter 152 and Regulation 441, Revised 
regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by O. Reg. 319/73 and Ontario regulation 
434/76. Office consolidation. Sept. 1977. 19 p. 

The Hotel Fire Safety Act, 1971, Statutes of Ontario, 1971, chapter 41, and On- 
tario regulation 366/71, as amended by O. Reg. 154/75. Office consolidation. 
Jan. 1977. 

— Statutes of Ontario, 1971, chapter 41 and Ontario regulation 366/71, as amended 
by O. Regs. 154/75 and 226/77. Office consolidation. Oct. 1977. 27 p. 

The Income Tax Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 217, as amended 
by 1971 (2nd session), chapter 1; 1972, chapter 1, s.106; 1972 chapters 100, 146; 
1973, chapters 21, 153; 1974, chapter 91; 1975, chapter 16; 1975 (2nd sess.), 
chapter 16 and 1976, chapter 12. Office consolidation. May 1976. 54 p. 

The Labour Relations Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 232, as 
amended by 1975, chapter 76. Office consolidation. June 1976. 84 p. 

The Labour Relations Act. Rules of procedure, regulations and practice notes. 
Mar. 1977. 171 p. 

The Land Transfer Tax Act, 1974, Statutes of Ontario, 1974, chapter 8, as 


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amended by 1974, chapter 16; 1974, chapter 93 and 1977, chapter 14. Office con- 
solidation. Aug. 1977. 30 p. 


The Landlord and Tenant Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 236, as 
amended by 1972, chapter 123 and 1975 (2nd sess.), chapter 13 and Ontario regula- 
tion 217/76 (Summary of part IV), Ontario regulation 301/76 (Forms), Ontario re- 
gulation 1008/76 (Classes of accommodation deemed not to be residential pre- 
mises). Office consolidation. Dec. 1976. 81 p. 


The Legislative Assembly Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 240, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 98, s.4, sched., par. 17, 1971, chapter 101; 1972, 
chapter 1, s.4; 1972, chapter 131; 1973, chapter 151; 1974, chapter 72; 1974, 
chapter 116 and 1976, chapter 60. Office consolidation. May 1977. 34 p. 


The Limited Partnerships Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 247 as 
amended by 1973, chapter 6, and Ontario regulation 346/73, as amended by O. 
Reg. 355/75. Office consolidation. Apr. 1977. 5 p. 


The Line Fences Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 248. Office con- 
solidation. Apr. 1976. 

The Liquor Control Act, 1975, Statutes of Ontario, 1975, chapter 27, and On- 
tario regulation 1009/75, as amended by O. Reg. 85/76. Office consolidation. 
Jan. 1977. 10 p. 

The Liquor Licence Act, 1975, Statutes of Ontario, 1975, chapter 40, as amended 
by 1975 (2nd sess.) c.17 and Ontario regulation 1008/75, as amended by O. Reg. 
259/76; O. Reg. 751/76; O. Reg. 781/76; O. Reg. 363/77 andO. Reg. 533/77. Of- 
fice consolidation. Sept. 1977. 66 p. 


The Loan and Trust Corporations Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, 
chapter 254, as amended by 1971, chapter 98, s.4., sched. par. 20; 1972, chapter 
101; 1973, chapter 128 and 1974, chapter 88 and Regulation 569, Revised regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1970, as amended to O. Reg. 709/76, Regulation 570, Revised re- 
gulations of Ontario, 1970, and Ontario regulations 38/72, 426/72, 435/72, 436/72, 
639/75, 900/75, 115/76, 116/76. Office consolidation. May 1977. 171 p. 

The Mechanics’ Lien Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 267, as 
amended by 1975, chapter 43, and Regulation 575, Revised regulations of Ontario, 
1970, as amended by O. Reg. 849/75. Office consolidation. Mar. 1977. 41 p. 

The Mining Tax Act, 1972, Statutes of Ontario, 1972, chapter 140, as amended by 
1974, chapter 132 and Ontario regulation 126/75, General, as amended by O. 
Reg. 199/76. Office consolidation. Feb. 1977. 23 p. 

The Ministry of Culture and Recreation Act, 1974, Statutes of Ontario, 1974, 
chapter 120, as amended by 1975, chapter 18. Office consolidation. Jan. 1977. 

6 p. 


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STATUTES AND REGULATIONS 


The Ministry of Government Services Act, 1973, Statutes of Ontario, 1973, I 
chapter 2, as amended by 1974, chapter 36. Office consolidation. May 1977. 7 p. 

Ontario regulation 39/76 under the Ministry of Health Act, 1972. Chest diseases 
control clinics. Office consolidation. [1976] 3 p. 

The Mortgage Brokers Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 278, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.59; 1972, chapter 1, s.45; 1975, chapter 28, and 
Ontario regulation 461/71 as amended to O. Reg. 814/75. Office consolidation. 
Oct. 1976. 42 p. 

— Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 278, as amended by 1971 , chapter 50, 
s.59; 1972, chapter 1, s.45; 1973, chapter 103; 1974, chapter 28 and 1975, chapter 
28 and Ontario regulation 461/71 as amended to O. Reg. 814/75. Office consolida- 
tion. Sept. 1977. 42 p. 

The Motor Vehicle Dealers Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 475, 
as amended by 1971, chapters 21 and 50, s.85 and 1972, chapter 1, s.47 and On- 
tario regulation 98/71, as amended by O. Reg. 516/71; O. Reg. 539/71; O. Reg. 
503/72; O. Reg. 28/75; O. Reg. 99/75 and O. Reg. 687/75. The Ministry of Con- 
sumer and Commercial Relations Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 
113, as amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.28; 1972, chapter 1, s.23 and 1973, chapter 
95. The Statutory Powers Procedure Act, 1971, Statutes of Ontario, 1971, I 
chapter 47. The Judicial Review Procedure Act, 1971, Statutes of Ontario, 1971 , | 
chapter 48, as amended by 1976, chapter 45. Office consolidation. May 1977. 

71 p. 

The Municipal Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 284, as amended by 
1971, chapter 81 and 98, s.4, sched. par. 23; 1972, chapters 121, 124 and 169; J 
1973, chapters 83 and 175; 1974, chapters 3,85 and 136; 1975, chapters 8 and 56; 
1975 (2nd sess.), chapters 11 and 20; 1976, chapters 51 and 69. Office consolida- | 
tion. Jan. 1977. 505 p. 

! 

The Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, 1972, Statutes of Ontario, 1972, chapter 
142, as amended by 1976, chapter 54. Office consolidation. Mar. 1977. 6 p. 

The Ontario Educational Communications Authority Act, Revised statutes of 
Ontario, 1970, chapter 311, as amended by 1972, chapter 1, s.16; 1974, chapter 12 
and O. Reg. 53/76. Office consolidation. Jan. 1977. 5 p. 

The Ontario fishery regulations and amendments to March 31, 1977. Office 
consolidation. 1977. 178 p. illus. Issued by Division of Fish and Wildlife, Ministry 
of Natural Resources. 


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The Ontario Heritage Act, 1974, Statutes of Ontario, 1974, chapter 122, as 
amended by 1975, chapter 87. Office consolidation. May 1977. 37 p. 


STATUTES AND REGULATIONS 


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The Ontario Human Rights Code, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 
318, as amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.63; 1972, chapter 119 and 1974, chapter 
73. Office consolidation. Jan. 1977. 23 p. 

The Ontario Water Resources Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 
332, as amended by 1972, chapter 1, s.70; 1973, chapter 90; 1974, chapter 19 and 

1975. chapter 71 and Ontario regulation 54/76. Office consolidation. Mar. 1977. 
49 p. 

The Operating Engineers Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 333, as 
amended by 1971, c.50, s.64; 1972, c.l, s.49 and 1972, c.41 and Regulation 649, 
as amended by O. Reg. 502/71; O. Reg. 84/72; O. Reg. 299/72; O. Reg. 297/73; 
O. Reg. 717/74; O. Reg. 470/75 and O. Reg. 993/75. Office consolidation. Jan. 
1977. 101 p. 

The Parks Assistance Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 337, as 
amended by 1972, chapter 1, s.86. Office consolidation. May 1977. 4 p. 

The Parkway Belt Planning and Development Act, 1973, Statutes of Ontario, 
1973, chapter 53, as amended by 1974, chapter 51. Office consolidation. Apr. 

1976. 3 p. 

The Partnerships Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 339, Office con- 
solidation. Oct. 1976. 13 p. 

The Partnerships Registration Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 
340, as amended by 1972, chapter 1, s.51 and 1973, chapter 7 and Ontario regula- 
tion 347/73, as amended by O. Reg. 356/75. Office consolidation. Nov. 1975. 
9 p. 

The Pension Benefits Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 342, as 
amended by 1973, chapter 113. Office consolidation. Dec. 1976. 24 p. 

— Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 342, as amended by 1973, chapter 
113. Office consolidation. Mar. 1977. 24 p. 

Regulation 654 (General), Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended to O. 
Reg. 131/77 made under the Pension Benefits Act. Office consolidation. Mar. 

1977. 17 p. 

Regulation 654, under the Pension Benefits Act. Office consolidation. [1976] 

16 p. 

The Pits and Quarries Control Act, 1971, Statutes of Ontario, 1971, chapter 96, 
and Ontario regulation 545/71 as amended by O. Regs. 107/72, 226/72, 47/73, 
94/73, 501/73, 93/74, 393/74, 333/75 and 305/76. Office consolidation. May 
1976. 31 p. illus. 


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STATUTES AND REGULATIONS 


— Statutes of Ontario, 1971, chapter 96 and Ontario regulation 545/71 as amended 
by O. Regs. 107/72, 226/72, 47/73, 94/73, 501/73, 93/74, 393/74, 333/75, 
305/76, 706/76 and 268/77. Office consolidation. May 1977. 28 p. illus. 

The Planning Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 349, as amended by 

1971, chapter 2; 1972, chapter 118; 1973, chapter 168; 1974, chapter 53; 1975 (2nd 
sess.), chapter 18; 1976, chapter 38 and 1976, chapter 64 and Ontario regulation 
57/76. Office consolidation. Jan. 1977. 

— Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 349 as amended by 1971, chapter 2; 

1972, chapter 118; 1973, chapter 168; 1974, chapter 53; 1975 (2nd sess.), chapter 
18; 1976, chapter 38 and 1976, chapter 64 and Ontario regulation 57/76. Office 
consolidation. Aug. 1977. 69 p. 

The Police Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 351, as amended by 
1972, chapter 1, s.97; 1972, chapter 103 and 1974, chapter 106 and the regulations 
thereunder amended to November, 1976. Office consolidation. Dec. 1976. 60 p. 

Regulation made under the Private Vocational Schools Act, 1974, General, On- 
tario regulation 881/74 as amended by O. Regs. 906/75, 959/76, 82/77 and 485/77. 
[Office consolidation] [1977] 16 p. 

The Provincial Land Tax Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 370, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.70; 1972, chapter 1, s.91 and 1973, chapter 135 
and Regulation 694, Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by O. Reg. 
269/72 and O. Reg. 129/76, Ontario regulation 645/75. The Railway Fire Charge 
Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 400, as amended by 1971, chapter 
50, s.75 and 1972, chapter 1, s.92 and Regulation 767, Revised regulations of On- 
tario, 1970. Office consolidation. May 1977. 39 p. 

The Provincial Parks Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 371, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 16; 1972, chapter 1, s.87; 1972, chapter 27 and 1976, 
chapter 56. The Wilderness Areas Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 
498, and Regulation 828 amended to O. Reg. 225/72. The Historical Parks Act, 
1972, Statutes of Ontario, 1972, chapter 6 and Ontario regulation 51/76. Office 
consolidation. Mar. 1977. 24 p. 

The Public Commercial Vehicles Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 
375, as amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.71; 1973, chapter 166; 1975 (2nd Session), 
chapter 7 and 1976, chapter 22 and Regulation 700, Revised regulations of On- 
tario, 1970, as amended by O. Reg. 18/71; O. Reg. 62/71; O. Reg. 200/72; O. 
Reg. 364/72; O. Reg. 144/73; O. Reg. 416/74; O. Reg. 101/75; O. Reg. 880/75 
and O. Reg. 33/76. Office consolidation. May 1976. 50 p. 

The Public Libraries Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 381, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 98, s.4, sched. par. 26; 1972, chapter 1, s. 1 7 and 1973, 
chapter 141. Office consolidation. Mar. 1977. 18 p. 


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The Public Service Act, Revised statutes of Ontario. 1970, chapter 386, as 
amended by 1972, chapter 1, ss.2, 107; 1972, chapter 96 and 1973, chapter 85. Of- 
fice consolidation. May 1977. 15 p. 

The Public Service Superannuation Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, 
chapter 387, as amended by 1971, chapter 40; 1971 (2nd sess.), chapter 10; 1972, 
chapter 1, s.76; 1974, chapter 37 and 1975, chapter 73 and Regulation 760, Revised 
regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by O. Reg. 801/74; O. Reg. 590/76 and 
O. Reg. 576/77; Ontario Regulation 589/76. Office consolidation. Sept. 1977. 
32 p. 

The Public Vehicles Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 392, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 50, s.74 and 1972, chapter 127 and Regulation 762, Re- 
vised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by O. Regs. 363/72 and 913/75. 
Office consolidation. Jan. 1977. 25 p. 

The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk Act, 1973, Statutes of On- 
tario, 1973, chapter 96 as amended by 1973, chapter 155; 1974, chapter 5, s.7; 
1974, chapter 10; 1974, chapter 117, ss.55 to 59; 1975, chapter 46, s.14; 1976, 
chapter 43, ss. 107 to 1 17 and 1976, chapter 70, ss.56 to 61. Office consolidation. 
May 1977. 125 p. 

The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 
1970, chapter 407, as amended by 1971, chapter 74; 1972, chapter 126; 1973, 
chapter 71; 1973, chapter 138; 1973, chapter 168, s.14, par. 3; 1974, chapter 5, s.l; 

1974, chapter 67; 1974, chapter 117, ss.l to 6; 1975, chapter 46, ss.l to 6; 1976, 
chapter 43, ss.l to 13 and 1976, chapter 70, ss.l to 6. Office consolidation. July 
1977. 122 p. 

The Regional Municipality of Peel Act, 1973, Statutes of Ontario, 1973, chapter 
60, as amended by 1973, chapter 161; 1973, chapter 168, s.14, par. 7; 1974, chapter 
5, s.3; 1974, chapter 117, ss.34 to 39; 1975, chapter 46, s.13; 1976, chapter 43, 
ss.61 to 71 and 1976, chapter 70, ss. 3 1 to 36. Office consolidation. July 1977. 

1 13 p. 

The Representation Act, 1975, Statutes of Ontario, 1975, chapter 13, as amended 
by 1976, chapter 6. Office consolidation. May 1976. 24 p. 

The Residential Premises Rent Review Act, 1975 (2nd sess.) Statutes of Ontario, 
1975 (2nd sess.) chapter 12, as amended by 1976, chapter 2; 1976, chapter 36 and 
1977, chapter 3. Office consolidation. May 1977. 16 p. 

Ontario Regulation 1038/75 under the Residential Premises Rent Review Act, 

1975, (2nd sess.), as amended by O. Regs. 490/76, 639/76, 640/76, 749/76, 
809/76 and 667/77. Office consolidation. Sept. 1977. 19 p. 

The Retail Sales Tax Act, chapter 415, as amended 1976/1977 [with Regulation 
560 and amendments 784] 1977. 4 parts. 


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The Riding Horse Establishments Act, 1972, Statutes of Ontario, 1972, chapter 
59 and Ontario regulation 194/73. Office consolidation. Sept. 1977. 30 p. 

The Sale of Goods Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 421. Office 
consolidation. Sept. 1976. 20 p. 

The Succession Duty Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 449, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 15; 1971, chapter 98, s.4, sched. par. 33; 1971 (2nd 
sess.), chapter 3; 1972, chapter 17; 1973, chapter 109; 1974, chapter 40; 1975, 
chapter 14; 1976, chapter 20 and 1977, chapter 8. Office consolidation. Aug. 1977. 
69 p. 

The Tile Drainage Act, 1971, Statutes of Ontario, 1971, chapter 37, as amended 
by 1975, chapter 80 and Ontario regulation 327/71, as amended by O. Reg. 606/74 
and O. Reg. 843/75. Office consolidation. Sept. 1977. 14 p. 

The Training Schools Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 467, as 
amended by 1972, chapter 1, section 1, and 1975, chapter 21. Office consolidation. 
June 1976. 10 p. 

Regulation 815 (General) Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by O. 
Regs. 470/71 , 357/72, 86/74, 883/74 and 287/77 made under the Training Schools 
Act. Office consolidation. Apr. 1977. 6 p. 

The Unified Family Court Act, 1976, Statutes of Ontario, 1976, chapter 85, as 
amended by 1977, chapter 4 and Ontario regulation 450/77. Office consolidation. 
Aug. 1977. 44 p. 

The Vital Statistics Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 483, as 
amended by 1971, chapter 98, s.4, sched. par. 35; 1972, chapter 1, s.58; 1973, 
chapter 114 and 1976, chapter 40. Office consolidation. Mar. 1977. 31 p. 

Regulation 820 (General) Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by 
Ontario regulations 243/72; 28/73; 432/73; 39/74; 670/76 and 2/77 made under the 
Vital Statistics Act. Office consolidation. May 1977. 52 p. 

The Wills Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 499, as amended by 
1971, chapter 3 and 1971, chapter 98, s.4, sched., par. 36. Office consolidation. 
May 1977. lip. 

The Workmen’s Compensation Act, Revised statutes of Ontario, 1970, chapter 
505, as amended by 1971, chapter 62; 1971, chapter 98, s.4, sched. par. 37; 1973, 
chapter 46; 1973, chapter 173; 1974, chapter 70 and 1975, chapter 47 and Regula- 
tion 834 (General), Revised regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended to O. Reg. 
695/75, Ontario regulation 6/71 (First-aid requirements) Office consolidation. Jan. 
1977. ii, 109 p. 


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ROYAL COMMISSIONS AND COMMISSIONS 
OF INQUIRY 

COMMISSION ON THE REFORM OF PROPERTY TAXATION IN 
ONTARIO 

Rapport de la Commission de la réforme de l’impôt foncier en Ontario; re- 
sume. [1977] vii, 28 p. President: Willis L. Blair. 

Report of the Commission on the Reform of Property Taxation in Ontario. 

1977. xiii, 143 p. Chairman: Willis L. Blair. 

Report of the Commission on the Reform of Property Taxation in Ontario; 

summary. [1977] vii, 24 p. Chairman: Willis L. Blair. 

INQUIRY IN RESPECT TO THE AFFAIRS OF THE TOWNSHIP OF 
MALDEN 

Report of the inquiry in respect to the affairs of the Township of Malden. 1977. 
97 p. Processed. Commissioner: Bruce J.S. Macdonald. 

PUBLIC INQUIRY INTO RONTO DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 

Public Inquiry into Ronto Development Company; [report] 1977. 58 p. Com- 
missioner: J. David Cromarty. 


ROYAL COMMISSION ON ELECTRIC POWER PLANNING 
Issue paper. 

no. 2. The demand for electric power. Dec. 1976. 27, [37] p. Processed. 

no. 3. Conventional and alternate generation technology. Jan. 1977. 31, [60] p. 
Processed. 

no. 4. Transmission and distribution. Mar. 1977. 28, [28] p. Processed. 

no. 5. Land use. Mar. 1977. 34, [45] p. Processed. 

no. 6. Financial and economic factors. Mar. 1977. 23, [57] p. Processed. 

no. 7. The total electric power system. Apr. 1977. 18, [27] p. 

no. 8. The decision-making framework and public participation. May 1977. 37, 
[58] p. Processed. 


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no. 9. An overview of the major issues. May 1977. 6 leaves. Processed. 

The meetings in the north. [1977] 24 p. illus. Report is “dedicated to those who 
lost their lives at Fraserdale on September 4, 1977.” 

Outreach guidebook. [1977] iv, 108 p. illus. Processed. Cover title: Outreach. To 
inform the public about the activities of the Royal Commission. 

[Report] 

[no. 1 ] Fundamental study of energy utilization with special deference to the 
analysis of efficiency, by. E.J. Davison. Mar. 1976. 35, [19] leaves. Processed. 

[no. 2] The role of Ontario Hydro as an economic development tool of the prov- 
ince, by John O. Dean. Mar. 1976. 72 leaves. Processed. 

[no. 3] Report on electrical load management possibilities, by Leighton and 
Kidd, limited. June 1976. 77 leaves. Processed. 

[no. 4] A study of awareness, attitudes and future expectations of Ontario resi- 
dents regarding the supply and use of electric energy, volume I, prepared by 
Semper Paratus, limited, Mar. 1976. [1977] 1 v. (various pagings) Processed. 

[no. 5] Land use implications of electricity supply facilities (preliminary study), 

by Norman Pearson. June 1976. i, 140 leaves. Processed. 

[no. 6] Reliability study-phase I, by K. Slater [and others] May 1976. 1 v. 
(various pagings) Processed. 

[no. 7] Ontario Hydro’s planning concepts, by K.J. Slater. 1976. 18 leaves. Pro- 
cessed. 

[no. 8] The social costs of electric power generation, by Philip G. Hill. 1977. 1 v. 

(various pagings) Processed. 

[no. 9] An impact survey of communities adjacent to recent Ontario Hydro de- 
velopments, by Dept, of Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto. 1977. 84, 
16, 15 leaves. Processed. 

[no. 10] Solar heating; an estimate of market penetration, by IBI Group. 1977. 2, 
52, [47] p. Processed. 

[no. 11] Review of the energy demand forecasting methods used by Ontario 
Hydro and the Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Af- 
fairs, by James E. Dooley. Apr. 1977. 23 p. Processed. 

[no. 12] Institutions, counter-institutions and the conceptual framework of en- 
ergy policy making in Ontario, by C.A. Hooker and R. von Hulst. May 1977. 

xviii, 213 leaves. Processed. 


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[no. 13] Report on industrial by-product power, by Leighton and Kidd, ltd. May 
1977. 22, 40 leaves. Processed. 

[no. 14] Impact of solar heating on electrical power generation in Ontario, by 

IBI Group. 1977. 14 p. Processed. 

[no. 15] Decision-making structures and processes and electric power planning 
in Ontario, by Penny Evans. Sept. 1977. ii, 46 leaves. Processed. 

[no. 16] An evaluation of the prospects of solar electricity and heating for On- 
tario, prepared by John Shewchun, Dec. 1976. [1977] ii, 41, [12] p. Processed. At 
head of title: A report prepared for the Royal Commission on Electric Power Plan- 
ning. 


ROYAL COMMISSION ON METROPOLITAN TORONTO 
Research report. 

Local decision-making and administration. June 1977. xiii, 113 p. Prepared by 
K.D. Jaffary and S.M. Makuch. 

The organization of administrative support services in Metropolitan Toronto. 

Oct. 1976. 147, 4, 2 p. Prepared by Price Waterhouse Associates. 

Public finance in Metropolitan Toronto. July 1977. xi, 247 p. Prepared by Harry 
M. Kitchen. 

Report of the Royal Commission on Metropolitan Toronto. June 1977. 2 v. 
illus. maps. Chairman: John P. Robarts. 

Contents. — v.l. Metropolitan Toronto: A framework for the future. — v.2. Detailed 
findings and recommendations. 


ROYAL COMMISSION ON VIOLENCE IN THE COMMUNICATIONS 
INDUSTRY 

Contents of volumes. [1977] folder. 

Report of the Royal Commission on Violence in the Communications Industry. 

[1977] 7 v. Chairman: J.V. LaMarsh. 

Contents. — v.l. Approaches, conclusions and recommendations. — v.2. Violence 
and the media: a bibliography. — v.3. Violence in television, films and news. — v.4. 
Violence in print and music. — v.5. Learning from the media. — v.7. The media in- 
dustries: from here to where? 


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Research report. 

[no.l] Television and prosocial behavior, by J. Philippe Rushton. 1976. 68 p. 
Processed. 

[no. 2] Television violence effects: issues and evidence, by Richard E. Goranson. 
1976. 64 p. Processed. 

[no. 3] The news media and perceptions of violence, by Anthony N. Doob and 
Glenn E. MacDonald. 1976. 217 p. Processed. 

[no. 4] The control of mass entertainment media in Canada, U. S., and Great 
Britain: historical surveys, by Garth S. Jowett, Penny Reath and Monica Schou- 
ten. Dec. 1976. iv, 321 p. Processed. 

[no. 5] Collective conflict, violence and the media in Canada, by Robert J. Jack- 
son, Michael J. Kelly and Thomas H. Mitchell. 1976. xii, 219 p. Processed. 

[no. 6] Effects of television on children and youth, by Gregory T. Fouts. 1976. iv, 
248 p. Processed. 

[no. 7] A descriptive study of the perceptions and attitudes of newspaper and 
television journalists in the Province of Ontario, by Andrew M. Osier. 1976. 
149 p. Processed. 

[no. 8] Future mass media, by Gordon B. Thompson. 1976. 59 p. Processed. 

[no. 9] Violence, the media and mental disorder, by John C. Renner. Dec. 1976. 
v, [162] p. Processed. 

[no. 10] Institutionalized populations views on violence and the media, by John 

C. Renner. Dec. 1976. iii, [115] p. Processed. 

[no. 1 1 ] Images of different worlds: an analysis of English and French language 
television, by Andre H. Caron. 1976. ix, 164, 24 p. Processed. 

[no.ll] Les frontières culturelles de l’imagerie télévisuelle: une analyse de la 
télévision d’expression anglaise et française, par André H. Caron avec la collabo- 
ration de Marie Couture, avril 1976. xi, 241, 24 p. Processed. 

[no. 12] Studies of television and youth sports, by Ann E. McCabe and Dick 
Moriarty. 1976. xi, 168 p. Processed. 

[no. 13] An analysis of some aspects of newsflow patterns and influences in the 
Province of Ontario, by Andrew M. Osier. [1976] 64 p. Processed. 


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[no. 14] A content analysis of feature films, by James M. Linton and Garth S. 
Jowett. 1976. 331 p. Processed. 

[no. 15] Replications of media violence, by Paul R. A. Stanley and Brian Riera. 
Dec. 1976. [113] p. Processed. 

[no. 16] Alternatives for Canadian television, by Stuart Griffiths. 1976. 105 p. 
Processed. 

[no. 17] Projet de refonte de la télévision canadienne, par Stuart Griffiths. 1976. 
111p. Processed. 

[no. 18] Aspects of violence in the literature of children and young adults, by 

Claire England. 1976. 156 p. Processed. 

[no. 19] Speaking the unspeakable: violence in the literature of our time, by Ro- 
bert Fulford. 1976. 33 p. Processed. 

[no. 20] Viewer perceptions of selected television shows, by Eugene D. Tate [and 
others] 1976. [353] p. Processed. 

[no.21] The economic determinants of violence in television and motion pic- 
tures and the implications of new technologies, by Hugh H. Edmunds and John 
Strick. 1976. 142 p. Processed. 

[no. 22] A content analysis of entertainment television programming, by Tannis 
MacBeth Williams, Merle L. Zabrack and Lesley A. Joy. 1976. 349 p. 

[no. 23] Television and the family as agents for socialization, by F.B. Rainberry. 
1976. 96 p. Processed. 

[no. 24] Content analysis of the news media: newspapers and television, by D.R. 
Gordon and B.D. Singer. 1976 [222] p. Processed. 

[no. 25] Content analysis of the news media: radio, by D.R. Gordon and T.L. 
Ibson. 1976. 55 p. Processed. 

[no. 26] Violence and popular music, by Peter Goddard. 1976. 56 p. Processed. 

[no. 27] Television crime drama: a mythological interpretation, by James Tay- 
lor. 1976. x, 234 p. Processed. 

[no. 28} Constitutional jurisdiction over violence in the mass media industries, 

by Peter W. Hogg. 1976. 94 p. Processed. 


Table des matières. [1977] folder. 


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ADVISORY COMMITTEES 


ADVISORY COMMITTEES 


COMMITTEE ON CONFEDERATION 

* Destiny Canada; final report. 1977. 72, [17], 79, [12] p. Chairman: H. Ian Mac- 
donald. Text in English and French. French section has title: Canada destinée. Pro- 
ceedings of a conference held at York University, Toronto, Ontario, June 27-29, 
1977. 


COMMITTEE ON THE COSTS OF EDUCATION 
Interim report. 

no. 5. Educational agencies and programs. Mar. 1977. ix, 317 p. Chairman: T.A. 
McEwan. 

no. 6 . Compensation in elementary and secondary education. Oct. 1976. v, 32, 

32 p. Chairman: T.A. McEwan. 


MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

Annual report. 1976/77. 64 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Analysis of the Ontario Milk Producers’ butterfat, protein, and lactose tests, 
1971, by M.P. Csaba, J.A. Meiser Jr., and L. Szijarto. Dec. 1973. xiii, 121 p. Pro- 
cessed. 

The apple industry in Ontario: the report of the Apple Task Force. June 1977. iii, 
56 p. Processed. Chairman: C. E. Mighton. 

The construction and management of farm ponds in Ontario, by H.D. Ayers, 
H.R. McCrimmon and A. FI. Berst. Reprinted 1976. 43 p. illus. (Publication 515) 
Agdex 576. Cover title: Farm ponds. 

Duck and goose raising, by H.L. Orr. Reprinted 1976. 52 p. illus. (Publication 

532) Agdex 454-455/10. 

Enthusiast, v.39, no. 1-6, Jan. /Feb. -Nov. /Dec. 1977. illus. bimonthly. A maga- 
zine for members of Junior Farmer and 4-H clubs. 


Farm income stabilization in Ontario. Dec. 1976. folder. 


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Field crop recommendations, 1977. Revised 1976. 72 p. (Publication 296) Agdex 
100/10. 

Food land guidelines; green paper on planning for agriculture. 1977. 8 p. 

Frozen foods, by A.M. Adams [and others] Reprinted 1977. 64 p. illus. (Publica- 
tion 504) 

Fruit production recommendations, 1977. 1976. 60 p. illus. (Publication 360) 
Agdex 206/11. “Revised annually by the Ontario Crop Protection Committee.” 
For use by commercial fruit producers. 

Fruit tree census, 1976. Part I, Grapes. Revised 1977. 8 p. map. 

Fruit tree census, 1976. Part III, Apples. Revised 1976. 36 p. map. 

Greenhouse vegetable production recommendations, 1977-78. Revised 1976. 
35 p. (Publication 365) Agdex 290/21. 

Guide pour la repression chimique des mauvaises herbes, 1976. 1975. 60 p. 
(Publication 75F) Préparé par les membres du Comité des herbicides de l’Ontario. 

Guide to chemical weed control, 1977. Revised 1976. 104 p. illus. (Publication 
75) Agdex 641. Prepared by members of the Ontario Herbicide Committee. 

Guidelines for farm rental agreements. Revised 1976. 19 p. (Publication 378) 
Agdex 812. 

Home canning Ontario fruits and vegetables. Reprinted 1977. 38 p. illus. (Publi- 
cation 468) 

Horticultural judging standards, prepared by the Ontario Horticultural Associa- 
tion. Reprinted 1976. 38 p. (Publication 34) Agdex 200/47. 

Hydraulic systems, by D.J. Gordon. Revised 1976. 44 p. illus. (Publication 85) 
Agdex 761 . 

Insect and disease control in the home garden, 1977-1978. Revised 1976. 51 p. 
illus. (Publication 64) Agdex 600. Prepared by the Crop Protection Committee of 
the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food in consultation with the Ontario Min- 
istry of the Environment and others. 

Know your markets; listen to Ontario daily farm market news. Revised 1976. 
folder. 

Legume seed inoculation, by D.C. Jordan. Reprinted 1977. 8 p. illus. (Publication 
212) Agdex 100-255/23. 


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Maintenance of animal health for food production; report of the study of animal 
health services in Ontario for the Minister of Agriculture and Food, by E.H. Bot- 
terell [and others] Dec. 1976. 229 p. Processed. 

The miracle of maple. 1977. folder. 

New Liskeard College of Agricultural Technology, New Liskeard, Ontario. 
Calendar, effective March 1, 1976, [1976/77] [1976] 44 p. illus. 

Onions, by J.W. Riekels, H. Tiessen and I.L. Nonnecke. Reprinted 1976. 32 p. I 
illus. (Publication 486) Agdex 258/20. 

Ontario agriculture. 1977. 16 p. illus. 

Ontario farm weather services. Revised 1977. folder, map. Issued jointly with 
Environment Canada. 

Ontario hybrid corn performance trials, conducted in 1975 and 1976 by the On- 
tario Corn Committee; 1977 report. [1977] folder, map. 

Ontario weeds; descriptions, illustrations and keys to their identification, by J.F. 

Alex and C.M. Switzer. Revised 1976. 200 p. illus. (Publication 505) Agdex 640. 

Orchard sprayers; a guide for Ontario growers, by R.W. Fisher, D.R. Menzies 
and A. Hikichi. Revised 1976. (Publication 373) Agdex 210/744. 52 p. illus. 

Pesticide recommendations for greenhouse ornamentals, 1977-78. Revised 
1976. 36 p. illus. (Publication 381) Prepared by Ornamental Research Committee 
and others . 

Pick your own farms; Ontario 1977 fruit harvest season. [1977] 13 p. Processed. 

i' 

Planning and planting the orchard. Reprinted 1977. 14 p. illus. (Publication 528) 
Agdex 210/10. 

Pork reference guide. 1977. [73] p. (in binder) 

Production recommendations for ornamentals and turf, 1977-78. Reprinted 
1976. 40 p. Prepared by the Crop Protection Committee. 

Publications, 1977. 1977. 24 p. Revised. 

Publications for home gardeners and homemakers. Aug. 1977. folder. Re- 
vised. 

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Rabbit meat-a special treat. Reprinted 1977. folder. 


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Really a rutabaga. 1976. folder. 

Report of the Financial Protection Task Force. Mar 1977. 55 p. 

Rhododendrons and azaleas, by K.S. Begg & A.W. Smith. Reprinted 1977. 
16 p. illus. (Publication 45) Agdex 283. 

Rock gardens, by R.A. Fleming. Reprinted 1976. 10 p. illus. (Publication 38) 
Agdex 271/21. 

Rootstocks for fruit trees. Reprinted 1976. 22 p. illus. (Publication 334) Agdex 
210/37. Prepared by Aleck Hutchinson. 

Southwestern Ontario farmer’s week at Ridgetown College of Agricultural 
Technology, Jan. 10-14, 1977. Summary. [1977] 4 parts. Processed. 

Soybeans and winter wheat. [31 ] p. 

Farm management. [36] p. 

Corn and field beans. [32] p. 

Beef and dairy. [55] p. 

Vegetable crops. [15] p. 

Tobacco production recommendations, 1977. Revised 1976. 35 p. (Publication 
298) Agdex 181. 

Vegetable production recommendations, 1977. [1976] 68 p. (Publication 363) 
Agdex 250/13. 

Weed control in lawns and gardens, by C.G. Waywell, C.M. Switzer and J.F. 
Alex. Revised 1977. 72 p. illus. (Publication 529) Agdex 646. 

Weekly potato summary, v.5, no. 41-53, Jan. 6-Mar. 31 , 1977; v.6, no. 1-36, 
Apr. 7-Dec. 21, 1977. Processed. Issued by Market Information Service. Informa- 
tion Branch. 

What can be done about low priced food imports, by Martin Jaeger. 1976. 

10 p. 


FACTSHEETS 

Alfalfa blotch leafminer, by K. Bereza. Mar. 1977. [2] p. illus. Agdex 121/622. 

Artificial curing of onions, by R.P. Stone and W.J. Jarvis. Feb. 1977. [1] leaf. 
Agdex 258/732. 

Basic principles of foot care and cold shoeing of horses, by Jack Kreider and 
Melvin Bradley. Sept. 1976. [4] p. illus. Agdex 460/26. 


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Break-even costs for cattle feeding. Oct. 1973, reprinted Mar. 1977. [2] p. Agdex 
400/820. 

Corn lodging, by G.H. Henry and K. Bereza. Mar. 1977. [4] p. illus. Agdex 
111/25. Revision ofFactsheet, May 1975. 

Daily nutrient requirements of beef cattle, by D.I. Dickie. May 1977. [4] p. 
Agdex 420/53. Revision of Factsheet, Aug. 1973. 

i 

Drain problems, by R.W. Irwin. May 1977. [3] p. Agdex 752. 

Economics of sheep production, by F.R. Abraham, D.J. Stevenson and D.J. 
Rose. Feb. 1977. [4] p. Agdex 430/816. 

Elderberries, by W.D. Evans. Feb. 1977. [2] p. illus. Agdex 238/10. Revision of 
Factsheet, Oct. 1974. 

European skipper, by K. Bereza. Apr. 1977. [3] p. illus. Agdex 120/622. 

Extended early warning system for alfalfa weevil management, by D.G. Har- 
court. Mar. 1977. [3] p. illus. Agdex 121/622. Revision of Factsheet, Mar. 1976. 

Facts about Ontario Stock Yards, by W.D. McDonell. Mar. 1977. [2] p. Agdex 
400/842. Revision ofFactsheet, Nov. 1975. 

Family members as wage earners — 1977, by C.F. MacGregor. Feb. 1977. [3] p. 
Agdex 823. Revision ofFactsheet, Apr. 1976. 

Farm machinery storage structures, by J.B. Arnold and R.D. Kelly. Mar. 1973, 
reprinted Feb. 1977. [4] p. illus. Agdex 733. 


Feeding to maintain butterfat test, by J. Rodenburg. Mar. 1977. [2] p. Agdex 
410/71. Revision ofFactsheet, May 1974. 

Fertilizing trees and shrubs in the landscape, by G.P. Lumis. Mar. 1977. [4] p. 
illus. Agdex 270/542. 

Horse training by driving, by William H. Slimp. Sept. 1976. [4] p. illus. Agdex 
460/86. 

Livestock feed terms defined, by G.R. Buck. Oct. 1976, [2] p. Agdex 400/60. j 
Revision of Factsheet, Apr. 1974. 

Maintenance of the drainage system, by R.W. Irwin. Feb. 1973, reprinted Feb. 
1977. [2] p. Agdex 553. 

Malting barley, by E. Reinbergs and K.C. Haines. Mar. 1977 [2] p. Agdex 
1 14/32. Revision of Factsheet Mar. 1976. 


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Maple-syrup making for the hobbyist, by F. Kains and J. Butler, Mar. 1977. 

[3] p. illus. Agdex 300/83. 

Maximizing conception rate in dairy cattle, by J. Rodenburg. Mar. 1977. [2] p. 
Agdex 410/30. Revision of Factsheet, Jan. 1972. 

Mineuse en tache de la feuille de luzerne, by K. Berza and P.E. Beaudin. mars 
1977. [2] p. illus. Agdex 121/622. 

Native trees of Ontario for landscape use, by R. J. Hilton and B. Barabas. Nov. 
1972. Reprinted July 1977. [4] p. illus. Agdex 275/17. 

Non-protein nitrogen (NPN) in dairy cattle rations, by D.W. Taylor. Oct. 1976. 
[2] p. Agdex 410/52. Revision of Factsheet, July 1974. 

Oil-fired sap evaporators, by N.B. Sinclair. Mar. 1971, reprinted Mar. 1977. 
[2] p. illus. Agdex 300/737. 

Protein supplements from forage legumes, by R.S. Fulkerson, Mar. 1973, re- 
printed Feb. 1977. [3]p. illus. Agdex 120/81. 

Repair grafting, by B.J.E. Teskey. May 1973, reprinted July 1977. [2] p. illus. 
Agdex 210/24. 

Rules for pruning fruit trees, by B.J.E. Teskey. Feb. 1977. [3] p. illus. Agdex 
121/622. Revision of Factsheet, Apr. 1973. 

Safe placement of fertilizers, by T.E. Bates. Mar. 1976, reprinted June 1977. 
[2] p. Agdex 542. 

Selecting replacement gilts, by R.H. Denniss. Oct. 1976, reprinted Mar. 1977. 
[2] p. Agdex 442/31. 

Slugs, by C.R. Ellis. Mar. 1977. [2] p. illus. Agdex 610. Revision of Factsheet, 
Sept. 1970. 

Soil fumigants, by F. Marks. Feb. 1977. [3] p. Agdex 606. Revision of Factsheet, 
July 1974. 

Spotted tentiform leafminer, by J.E. Laing. Apr. 1977. [3]p. illus. Agdex 
211/624. 

Thinning tree fruits, by B.J.E. Teskey, S.J. Leuty and O.A. Bradt. Apr. 1977. 

[4] p. illus. Agdex 210/24. Revision of Factsheet, May 1972. 

Understanding drainage assessment, by R.W. Irwin. May 1976, reprinted Mar. 
1977. [2] p. Agdex 557. 


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Unsoundnesses and blemishes of horses: feet and legs, by Melvin Bradley. July 
1976. [4] p. illus. Agdex 460/11. 

Using carbon dioxide in greenhouses, by T. Blom and F. Ingratta. June 1977. 
[3] p. illus. Agdex 290/27. Revision of Factsheet, Sept. 1976. 

What is a tonne? by J.E. Brubaker. Nov. 1976. [2] p. Agdex 110/705. 


AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES BRANCH 

Annual report of Ontario agricultural societies. 122nd, 1975. [1977] 58 p. 
illus. 

Annual report of Ontario horticultural societies. 122nd, 1975, [1977] 43 p. 
illus. 

Annual report, the Ontario Plowmen’s Association and local branches. 64th, 
1975. [1977] 79 p. illus. 

Agricultural fairs and exhibitions, 1977. [1977] 46 p. 


ECONOMICS BRANCH 

Agricultural statistics for Ontario, 1976. Revised 1977. ix, 52 p. (Publication 
20) Prepared by Statistics Section. 

The dairy processing industry in Ontario, by Roy McCulloch and Bruce Carbert. 
Aug. 1976. iv, 29 p. maps. At head of title: Economics information. 


Monthly crop and live stock report, no. 569-576, Feb. -Dec. 1977. Not issued 
Jan., Feb. -Mar., Nov. 1977. 

Monthly dairy report, no. 467-478, Jan. -Dec. 1977. 




The mushroom industry in Ontario, by H. Blum. Apr. 1977. viii, 50 p. illus. At 
head of title: Economics information. 


The Ontario automatic cropping budget system for cash grain farms; a tool for 
detailed farm management, by W.C. Pfeiffer. Nov. 1976. vi, 31 p. Issued by the 
School of Agricultural Economics and Extension Education, University of Guelph, 
Guelph, Ontario in cooperation with Economics Branch, Ontario Ministry of Agri- 
culture and Food. 


Ontario dairy herd business summary, 1976. Sept. 1977. v, 21 p. At head of 
title: Economics information. 


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Seasonal fruit & vegetable report, no. 214-219, May-Oct. 1977. monthly. May 
issue has supplement: Fruit and vegetable production in Ontario, annual summary, 
1976. 

A selected list of branch publications. Jan. 1977. 5 p. Processed. At head of title: 
Economics information. 


HOME ECONOMICS BRANCH 

Home & country, v.43, no. 1-3, winter-fall 1977. illus. 3 no. a year. Published in 
the interests of the Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario and Home Economics 
Branch. 


LIBRARY 

New publications in the library, no. 32-35, Mar -Dec. 1977. irregular. Pro- 
cessed. 


LIVE STOCK BRANCH 

Dairy herd improvement program, annual report, 1976. [1977] 66 p. illus. 


RURAL DEVELOPMENT BRANCH 

Farm enlargement for Ontario farmers, ARDA. [1976] folder. 

Incentives for industry in rural Ontario, ARDA. [1977] folder. Issued jointly by 
Rural Development Branch, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food and Canada 
Department of Regional Economic Expansion. 


SOILS AND CROPS BRANCH 

Annual Ontario Potato Conference, 1977. [1977] 27 p. 

Marketing notes. no.77/l-[5], Feb. 22-Nov.29, 1977. irregular. Processed. 

Soils and crops, 1976; addresses presented at Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement 
Association annual meeting, Kitchener [and at other farm meetings] 1976. xii, 
215 p. 

— 1977; addresses presented at Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association an- 
nual meeting, Barrie [and at other farm meetings] 1977. xii, 218 p. 


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AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF ONTARIO 
Report, April 1, 1975 to March 31, 1976. 1976. 177 p. 


CROP INSURANCE COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Annual report. 11th, 1976/77. 1977. 8 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

I 

Fruit crops, 1977/78; comprehensive crop insurance for: apples, pears, peaches, j 
sweet cherries, sour cherries, plums, grapes. Revised 1977. folder. 


MILK COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Inquiry on wholesale and retail pricing practices for fluid milk in Ontario 1971 
to 1975 . Feb. 1977. xxvii, 156 p. Chairman: F.A. McEwen. 

j 

ONTARIO FOOD COUNCIL 
Accent on apples. Revised 1977. folder. 

Discover blue grapes. Reprinted 1977. folder. 

Mail-a-menu. [v.l, no.l]-16, Oct. 1976-Sept. 1977; v.2, no. 1-3, Oct. -Dec. 1977. j 
v.l, no. 9 not published. 

Ontario fruits, buying and storage. 1976. [4] p. Revised. 

1 

Ontario potatoes please. 1977. folder. 

Ontario summer salads. 1976. folder. Reprinted. 

Peach power. 1977. folder. Reprinted. 

Recipes featuring foods from Ontario. 1977. [12] p. 


MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Annual report. 2d, 1975/76. 1976. 49 p. illus. 

The Law Society of Upper Canada. Ontario legal aid plan, annual report. 9th, 

1975/76. 1976. 51 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 


MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 


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— 10th, 1976/77. 1977. 57 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Discussion paper on proposed Limitations Act. Sept. 1977. 42 p. 

Freedom of information, the right of privacy, and government information 
practices; an outline of the issues. Mar. 1977. [26] leaves. Processed. 

Professional Organizations Committee. [1977] folder. 

Report of the Committee on the Representation of Children in the Provincial 
Court (Family Division) June 1977. 51 leaves. Processed. Chairman: Derek 
Mendes da Costa. 

Report on the Attorney General’s Committee on the Appellate Jurisdiction of 
the Supreme Court of Ontario. 1977. v, 85 p. Chairman: Arthur Kelly. 


CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION BOARD 

Report of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board, administering the Com- 
pensation for Victims of Crime Act, 1971. 8th, 1976/77. [1977] 59 p. Report year 
ends Mar. 31. 


ONTARIO LAW REFORM COMMISSION 

Annual report. 10th. 1976/77. 1977. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Report on the impact of divorce on existing wills. 1977. iii, 12 p. 


ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 

Annual report of the Ontario Municipal Board, 71st, upon the affairs of the 
Board during the year ended December 31, 1976. [1977] 11 leaves. Processed. 


PUBLIC TRUSTEE 

Financial statements and report on the audit, 1975/76. [1977] 11 p. Includes 
56th annual report. 


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CHIEF ELECTION OFFICER 


CHIEF ELECTION OFFICER 

Ontario elections, 1977 general election; returns from the records. 1977. 690 p. 
On spine: Ontario election returns. 


CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

Annual report, 1976/77. 1977. 27 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Manpower planning for information/communications personnel; task force re- 
port. Jan. 1977. 13 p. Processed. 

Ontario Public Service, career information. [1976] 13 p. Cover title: Ontario 
Public Service, career information, colleges 1977. Issued by Graduate Recruit- 
ment. 

Ontario Public Service, career information. [1976] 19 p. Cover title: Ontario 
Public Service, career information, universities 1977. Issued by Graduate Recruit- 
ment. 

Topical, v.9, no. 1-23, Jan. 14-Dec. 9, 1977. illus. biweekly. A staff newspaper. 

Topical job mart, v.4, no. 1-28, Jan. 7-Dec. 30, 1977. biweekly. Lists current job 
opportunities in the Ontario Public Service. 


MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

Statistical summary, 1974-75. 1976. 51 p. 

After 8? A guide for students in Grade 8 and their parents. 1977. 24 p. Published 
and distributed jointly with the Ministry of Education. Revised. 

Après la 8e? Guide pour les élèves de 8e année en Ontario et leur parents. 1977. 
24 p. Publié et distribué conjointement par le ministère des Collèges et Universités 
de l’Ontario et par le ministère de l’Éducation de l’Ontario. Revised. 

Building performance; evaluation research program. Mar. 1976. [159] p. illus. 
“Documentation of a research program, to develop tools to evaluate the perfor- 
mance of educational buildings in use.” Issued jointly with Ryerson Polytechnical 
Institute. 

Energy management checklist. [1977] 30 p. 


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Fellowships for studying in French, 1977/78. 1976. [4] p. English and French. 
French section has title: Bourses pour étudier en français, 1977/78. 

Horizons; a guide to educational opportunities in Ontario beyond the secondary 
school level. [1977] 142 p. illus. 

Laws and policies relating to the status of women in the institutions and agen- 
cies responsible to the Ministry of Colleges and Universities; a report to the Min- 
istry of Colleges and Universities by Lesley Lewis, February 28, 1975. [1975] 44 
leaves. Processed. 

Ontario career action program in industry, evaluation report, pilot program. 

May 1977, revised June 1977. 91 leaves. Processed. 

Ontario career action program, phase II, evaluation report. Jan. 1977. viii, 
83 p. 

Ontario graduate scholarship program, 1978/79; Régime de bourses pour étu- 
diants diplômés de l’Ontario, 1978/79. [1977] folder. 

Ontario special bursary program, 1977/78. 1977. [4] p. English and French. 
French section has title: Régime spécial de bourses de l’Ontario. 

Ontario student assistance program, Canada student loans, 1977/78. 1977. 
[23] p. 

Ontario student assistance program, Canada student loans, 1977/78; instruc- 
tion booklet and working copy. 1977. 15 p. 

Ontario student loans plan, 1977-78. 1977. 20 p. 

Régime d’aide financière aux étudiants de l’Ontario, régime canadien de prêts 
aux étudiants, 1977-1978. 1977. [22] p. 

Régime d’aide financière aux étudiants de l’Ontario, régime canadien de prêts 
aux étudiants, 1977/78; instructions et brouillon. 1977. 15 p. 

Régime de prêts aux étudiants de l’Ontario, 1977-1978. 1977. 20 p. 

Report of the Interim Committee on Financial Assistance for Students. Jan. 
1977. [58] p. Co-Chairmen: J. Stefan Dupré and Norman A. Sisco. 

COLLEGE AFFAIRS BRANCH 
C.A.A.T. chart. 

no. 11. Colleges of applied arts and technology . . . programs, 1977/78. Feb. 
1977. 15 p. map. 


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Directory of registered private vocational schools, 1977. 1977. lip. 

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING BRANCH 
Apprenticeship & you. [1977] 16 p. illus. 

Brick and stone mason, apprenticeship training. 1976. [4] p. Revised. 
Cement mason, apprenticeship training. 1976. [4] p. Revised. 

— 1976. [4] p. Reprinted. 

Construction millwright, apprenticeship training. 1976. [4] p. Revised. 
Glazier and metal mechanic, apprenticeship training. 1976. [4] p. Revised. 
Plasterer, apprenticeship training. 1976. [4] p. Revised. 

Steamfitter, apprenticeship training. 1976. [4] p. Revised. 


LIBRARY 

Acquisitions list. Jan. -Nov. 1977. monthly. Processed. 

PROGRAM RESOURCES BRANCH 

C.A.M.A. (Canadian Appliance Manufacturers Association) residential air 
conditioning. 1976. 42 leaves. Processed. A training specification. 

C.A.M.A. (Canadian Appliance Manufacturers Association) room air condi- 
tioner. 1976. 20 leaves. Processed. A training specification. 

Heating servicer, gas/oil; an occupational profile for the heating, refrigeration and 
air conditioning industry. 1977. v, 37 p. 

Industry Task Analysis Program. This program was conducted by the Program 
Resources Branch with the guidance of a steering committee selected from the heat- 
ing, refrigeration and air conditioning industry. 

Counter clerk; an occupational profile. 1976. iv, 53 p. Processed. 

Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic; an occupational profile. 1976. iv, 

86 p. Processed. 

Salesman/woman; an occupational profile. 1976. iv, 16 leaves. Processed. 


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Warehouse worker; an occupational profile. 1976. iv, 9 leaves. Processed. 
Microwave oven repair. [1976] 39 leaves. Processed. A training specification. 

INTERIM COMMITTEE ON FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS 

Report. Jan. 1977. 38, [21] p. Processed. Co-chairmen: J. Stefan Dupré and Nor- 
man A. Sisco. 


ONTARIO COUNCIL ON UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS 

Annual report. 3d, 1976/77. Mar. 1977. 62 p. Report covers period from Mar. 1, 
1976 to Feb. 28, 1977. 


MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL 
SERVICES 

Annual report. 45th, 1975/76. 1977. 24 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Annual report, Social Assistance Review Board. 7th, 1975/76. [1977] 24 p. Re- 
port year ends Mar. 31. 

Au service des déficients mentaux, juin 1977. 27 p. 

Les avantages offerts par l’Ontario aux personnes âgées. [1977] 18 p. 
Comment choisir une bonne garderie; un guide pour les parents, juin 1977. 

21 p. 

Dellcrest series. A new series of pamphlets on positive parenting techniques. 

Aggression is natural. Mar. 1977. folder. Prepared by James Sutherland. 

Children are people. Feb. 1977. folder. Prepared by Dianne Prato. 

Freedom to grow; encouraging independence in your children. Feb. 1977. folder. 
Prepared by Catherine M. Thurston. 

Jealousy; when the new baby comes. Feb. 1977. folder. Prepared by Catherine M. 
Thurston. 

Playing and learning; especially for infants. Mar. 1977. folder. Prepared by James 
Sutherland. 


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Playing and learning; the toddler years. Mar. 1977. folder. Prepared by James 
Sutherland. 

Toilet training. Mar. 1977. folder. Prepared by Carolyn Winter. 

Will I ever sleep again? bedtime routines and night wakings. Mar. 1977. folder. 
Prepared by Catherine M. Thurston. 

V 

Hire the handicapped, its good business. Mar. 1977. folder. 

How to adopt in Ontario. 1976. 18 p. 

Les enfants victimes de mauvais traitements, juin 1977. folder. Publié conjoin- 
tement avec l’hôpital des enfants malades, Toronto. 

Nous sommes là pour aider; les enfants, les personnes âgées, les handicapés, les 
déficients mentaux et les nécessiteux, juin 1977. 16 p. 

Ontario benefits for senior citizens. [1977] 16 p. 

Resources for senior citizens. Apr. 1977. 35 p. 

Retarded adults; their adjustment and community milieu, by Camille Lambert, Jr. 
Jan. 1976. xi, 122 p. Processed. An Ontario survey commissioned in 1974 on liv- 
ing conditions of retarded adults. 

Serving the mentally retarded. 1976. 27 p. 

A way out, Along the way; a discussion guide. Oct. 1976. folder. “Two films 
about child and family problems from the Ontario Ministry of Community and So- 
cial Services.” 

We’d like you to know. Apr. 1977. 15 p. Outlines services and publications of the 
Ministry of Community & Social Services. 

We’re here in your community; a directory of ministry offices and facilities for 
the mentally retarded. Jan. 1977. 18 p. 

Who’s eligible for social assistance. Feb. 1977. 17 p. Includes information on 
general welfare assistance, special assistance, family benefits, GAINS and guaran- 
teed annual income system. 

A worker like any other; a discussion guide. Feb. 1977. [4] p. A discussion guide 
to accompany the film about workers with handicaps. 

— Reprinted July 1977. [4] p. A discussion guide to accompany the film about 
workers with handicaps. 


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You and the abused child; an introduction to a problem of growing concern in On- 
tario. Mar. 1977. 14 p. Prepared by the Child Abuse Program. 

CHILDREN’S SERVICES BRANCH 
Institutions for children and youth. Mar. 1977. 30 p. 


DAY CARE BRANCH 

How to choose good day care. Oct. 1976. 19 p. 


DAY NURSERIES BRANCH 

Fire prevention guidelines for day nurseries; approval of premises, fire drill, 
steps in planning a fire drill, inspections, equipment, fire precautions. Feb. 1977. 

8p. 

History of the Day Nurseries Branch; a personal record by E.M. Stapleford. Nov. 
1976. ii, 24 p. illus. 


MUNICIPAL WELFARE CONSULTING BRANCH 

Directory of social service administrators of local municipalities in Ontario. 

Mar. 1977. 14, 7 leaves. Processed. 


POLICY ANALYSIS AND FINANCIAL PLANNING SECRETARIAT 

In the fall of 1975 the Research, Demonstration and Statistical Analysis Sections, 
the Program Analysis and Financial Planning Branch and the Income Security Se- 
cretariat were merged to form the Policy Analysis and Financial Planning Secre- 
tariat. 

Expenditures by municipality, fiscal year ending March 1976. [1977] 95 p. 

Quarterly statistical bulletin. Apr./June-Oct./Dec. 1976; Jan. /Mar. -July/Sept. 
1977. Gives statistics on general welfare assistance, family benefits, and child wel- 
fare. 

Statistical supplement, 45th annual report, for fiscal year ending Mar. 1976. 
1977. 51 p. Processed. 


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SENIOR CITIZEN’S BRANCH AND OFFICE ON AGING 

Directions ’ 77 . 1977. xviii, 85 p. Processed. A list of senior citizens’ centres and 
homes in Ontario. 

Sing out! All time and old time favourites for senior citizens. 6th ed. Mar. 1977. 
[43] p. A large-print song book with lyrics of “old time favourites.” 

Where to use your Ontario senior citizens’ privilege card. Apr. 1977. 27 p. 
illus. Revised. 


SURREY PLACE CENTRE 

Infant stimulation curriculum, Surrey Place Centre. 1976. 12 pieces (in portfo- 
lio) 

Technical report. Reports 1-11 published by Ministry of Health. 

no. 12. Mod-L programme 1973 - 1974 , by J. Gouse Sheese. Revised Mar. 1977. 
vii, 89 p. Processed. 

no. 13. Down’s syndrome and aging of the brain, by Arthur J. Dalton and Donald 
R. Crapper. Feb. 1977. 21 p. “A joint research project of Surrey Place Centre and 
the University of Toronto.” 


CHILDREN’S SERVICES DIVISION 

The Children s Services Division was established on July 1 , 1977. It absorbed pro- 
grams from the Ministeries of Community and Social Services , Health, Correc- 
tional Services and the Attorney General with the mandate “to unify the separate 
programs into an integrated system that is better designed to meet the special needs 
of children and youth.’ ’ 

Children’s Services [newsletter] June 10, 1977-Dec. 1977. irregular. Dec. 1977 is 
a special edition. 


MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL 
RELATIONS 

Report of the Director of Land Registration. 1974/75/76. 1977. 38 p. This re- 
port was formerly incorporated in the Report of the Property Rights Division. 


Building code newsletter, no.l, Oct. 1976; no. 2-3, May-Oct. 1977. irregular. 


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Buying a car; including tips on rust inhibition. 1977. [12] p. Revised. 
Co-operatives are for people. 1976. [12] p. 

Crane and hoist hand signals. [19717] Laminated card, illus. 

Crane and hoist hand signals (Chart) [19717] 1 leaf, illus. 

Getting a mortgage. Reprinted 1977. [8] p. 

Guide to Ministry services. 1977. 15 p. Revised. 

The inside track on tax sharing. 1977. [8] p. 

Interaction, no. 3-4, June-Nov. 1977. irregular. An information bulletin on the ac- 
tivities of the Ministry and its programs. 

Land titles procedural guide. June 1977. 1 v. (loose-leaf) Processed. 

Mobile homes information kit. [1977] 8 pieces (in envelope) “This kit contains 
information for persons interested in purchasing or who already own a mobile 
home.” Prepared jointly with the Ministries of Environment, Housing, Attorney 
General, Natural Resources and Revenue. 

Ontario consumer information; hints for homeowners: avoiding renovation rip- 
offs. [1977] [2] p. 

Ontario consumer information; insulation: heat in your house, money in your 
pocket. [1977] [2] p. 

Ontario consumer information; the mail order business: protecting your dollars. 
[1977] [2] p. 

Ontario consumer information; portable gasoline containers. [1977] [2] p. 

Ontario consumer information: smoke detectors: worth the price? [1977] [2] p. 

Ontario real estate information; potential areas of violation in the real estate in- 
dustry. [1977] [2] p. 

Report of the Ontario Residential Condominium Study Group. [1977] 127 p. 
Chairman: Darwin Kealey. 


The tricks of the marketplace. Reprinted 1977. [8] p. 


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PERSONAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION BRANCH 

The personal Property Registration Branch was established in 1972. It is respons- 
ible for the operation of the Personal Property Security Registration System which 
provides a means whereby a person can determine whether personal property has 
been pledged as security for a debt. 

Deposit account guide; for the personal property security registration system. Jan. 
1976. 14 p. 

Motor vehicle enquiry guide; for the personal property security registration sys- 
tem. Jan. 1977. ii, 14 p. 


THEATRES BRANCH 

[Annual report] 1976/77. Apr. 1977. [6] leaves. Processed. Report year ends 
Mar. 31. 


BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF OPERATING ENGINEERS 
Basic power plant engineering. 1977. 235 p. illus. Reprint. 


COMMERCIAL REGISTRATION APPEAL TRIBUNAL 
Summaries of decisions, volume 5, decisions during 1976. [1977] ii, 54 p. 


LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO 

Report. 50th, 1975/76. 1976. 24 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

— 51st, 1976/77. 1977. 24 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 


LIQUOR LICENCE BOARD OF ONTARIO 

Report. 29th, 1974/75. 1975. [4] leaves. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

— 30th, 1975/76. 1976. [7] leaves. Report year ends Mar. 31. 


ONTARIO RACING COMMISSION 


Annual report. 27th, 1976. 1977. 52 p. 


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Ontario sires stakes, 1977; racing guide. 16 p. 

Rules of thoroughbred racing, with quarterhorse appendage, made and promul- 
gated January 12, 1977. 107 p. “These rules replace the 1976 edition and include 
all directives in force on this date.” 


ONTARIO SECURITIES COMMISSION 

Bulletin. Jan. -Dec. 1977. monthly. 

Weekly summary. Jan. 6-Dec. 16, 1977. Processed. 

PENSION COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Annual report. 12th, 1975/76. [1977] 5, 7, 7 leaves. Processed. Report year ends 
Mar. 31, 1976. Corporate and individual trusteed plans, 5 leaves of tables at end. 

— 13th, 1976/77. [1977] 8, 2, 16 leaves. Processed. Report year ends Mar. 31. 
Pension plans in Ontario, 1976, 16 leaves of tables at end. 


SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE 
Annual report. 97th, 1975. 1976. lvii, 142 p. 


MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

Bibliographie sélective concernant le bénévolat dans les services correction- 
nels. août 1976. 20 leaves. Processed. Rédigé par Laurel C. Murdoch. Publié en 
coopération avec le ministère du Solliciteur général du Canada, et le ministère des 
Services de correction et de réadaptation. 

Careers in corrections. Feb. 1977. folder. Issued by Personnel Branch. 

— Reprinted Aug. 1977. folder. 

Community resource centres. Oct. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Correctional education in Ontario. Feb. 1977. folder. 


— Reprinted Aug. 1977. folder. 


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Correctional institutions and programs for the adult male inmate. 1977. 
folder. 

Correctional update, v.5, no. 1-5, Jan. /Feb. -Sept. /Dec. 1977. illus. bimonthly. 

Helping others to help themselves. Reprinted Mar. 1977. folder, illus. 

Information booklet; correctional centres, adult training centres. Revised 1976. 
24 p. “This is a general guide to assist inmates in adult male institutions.” 

Information booklet: jails, detention centres. Feb. 1976. 21 p. “This is a general 
guide to assist inmates in jails and detention centres.” 

— 1977. 22 p. Revised. 

Ontario’s probation and aftercare service for juveniles. Feb. 1977. folder. 
Probation and parole; a community service for adults. Feb. 1977. folder. 

— Reprinted June 1977. folder. 

Scholarships for native students, 1977/78. [1977] [1] leaf, [bookmark] Issued by 
Personnel Branch. 

Training schools in Ontario. Reprinted Apr. 1977. folder. 

— Reprinted July 1977. folder. 

The Vanier Centre for women. Reprinted 1977. folder. 

Volunteerism in corrections — a selected bibliography. Aug. 1976. i, 20 p. Pro- 
cessed. Prepared by Laurel C. Murdoch. Issued jointly by the Ministry of the Solici- 
tor General of Canada, the Manitoba Ministry of Corrective and Rehabilitative Ser- 
vices, and the Ontario Ministry of Correctional Services. 

PLANNING AND RESEARCH BRANCH 

The community adjustment of male training school recidivists: III. The total 
experience (a description), by Marian Polonoski. Oct. 1976. ii, 64 leaves. Pro- 
cessed. 

The concerns and attitudes of probation officers; a study of perceptions, by 
Leonard Crispino, Nancy Mulvihill and Sally Rogers. June 1977. iv, 52 p. 

Recidivism and its measurement in Ontario, by Paul Gendreau and Mary Leip- 

ciger. Dec. 1976. 12, [5] leaves. Processed. 


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A review of alternatives to the incarceration of the youthful offender. 1976. 

80 p. 


VOLUNTEER PROGRAMMES BRANCH 

The correctional volunteer, no. 10-14, mid-winter-winter, 1977. 5 no. a year. 

Correctional volunteers in action. Mar. 1977. folder. 

— Reprinted Aug. 1977. folder. 


MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND RECREATION 

Annual report, 1st, 1975/76. 1977. 19 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

— 2d, 1976/77. 1977. 19 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Annual report of the Board of Trustees of the Ontario Historical Studies Se- 
ries, 1976/77. Aug. 1977. 8 leaves. Processed. Chairman: Murray G. Ross. 

Affaires culturelles et loisirs en Ontario. [1977] folder. Décrit les programmes du 
Ministère. 

Applicant’s guide to the Wintario Capital Grants Program. 1977. 26, 25 p. 
maps. English and French. French section has title: Guide des subventions d’immo- 
bilisation Wintario. 

Culture and recreation in Ontario. [1977] folder. Describes the programs of the 
Ministry. 

Ethnic composition of Ontario, 1971. Reprinted Mar. 1977. [153] leaves. Pro- 
cessed. 

Exploration du panorama culturel; la culture comme voie de développement des 
collectivités, rédigé par D. Paul Schafer. 1977. 52 p. 

Explorations in culturescapes; a cultural approach for community development, 
by D. Paul Schafer. 1977. 55 p. illus. 

Fitness for you; the senior adult, by J. Stuart Sweet. [1977] 27 p. illus. 

Fort William. 1976. folder, illus. Reprinted. 

Le gouvernement de l’Ontario. 1977. folder, map. 


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Guidelines on the designation of heritage conservation districts; part V of the 
Act to provide for the conservation, protection and preservation of Ontario’s heri- 
tage. 1st ed. of new guidelines. July 1977. iv, 17 p. Prepared in association with the 
Ministry of Housing. 

Outreach for understanding; a report of the intercultural seminar program con- 
ducted in Toronto between 1973 and 1975, edited by George W. Bancroft. 1977. 
125 p. 

Photography. Reprinted 1975. 82 p. illus. Prepared by David Roebuck. 

Wintario and fitness. [1977] folder. English and French. French section has title: 
Wintario et le conditionnement physique. 

— Revised 1977. folder. English and French. French section has title: Wintario et le 
conditionnement physique. 

Wintario and recreational resources. [1977] folder. English and French. French 
section has title: Wintario et les ressources récréatives. 

Wintario and senior citizens. 1977. [8], [8] p. English and French. French section 
has title: Wintario et les personnes âgées. 

Wintario and the arts. 1977. folder. English and French. French section has title: 
Wintario et les arts. 

Wintario and the arts: art acquisition grants. 1977. folder. English and French. 
French section has title: Wintario et les arts: subventions pour l’acquisition 
d’oeuvres d’art. 

Wintario and the arts: art conservation and restoration grants. 1977. folder. 
English and French. French section has title: Wintario et les arts: subventions pour 
la conservation et la restauration d’oeuvres d’art. 

Wintario and the arts: audience development project grants. 1977. folder. Eng- 
lish and French. French section has title: Wintario et les arts: subventions pour le 
développement d’auditoire. 

Wintario and the arts: book projects grants. 1977. folder. English and French. 
French section has title: Wintario et les arts: subventions pour la publication de 
livres. 

Wintario and the arts: career development grants. 1977. folder. English and 
French. French section has title: Wintario et les arts: subventions de formation pro- 
fessionnelle. 


Wintario and the arts: grants for art in public places. 1977. folder. English and 


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French. French section has title: Wintario et les arts: subventions pour des oeuvres 
d’art dans les lieux publics. 

Wintario and the arts: grants for travelling exhibitions. 1977. folder. English 
and French. French section has title: Wintario et les arts: subventions pour les expo- 
sitions itinérantes. 

Wintario and the arts: media project grants. 1977. folder. English and French. 
French section has title: Wintario et les arts: subventions pour l’utilisation des 
média. 

Wintario and the arts: performance incentive grants. 1977. folder. English and 
French. French section has title: Wintario et les arts: subventions pour F améliora- 
tion des représentations. 

Wintario and the arts: portable arts equipment grants. 1977. folder. English 
and French. French section has title: Wintario et les arts: subventions pour l’équipe- 
ment artistique portable. 

Wintario and the arts: visiting artists program grants. 1977. folder. English and 
French. French section has title: Wintario et les arts: subventions pour les visites 
d’artistes. 

Wintario and your heritage. [1977] folder. English and French. French section 
has title: Wintario et votre patrimoine. 

Wintario and your team. [1977] folder. English and French. French section has 
title: Wintario et votre équipe. 

Wintario capital grants program. 1977. [8], [8] p. illus. English and French. 
French section has title: Programme de subventions d’immobilisation. 

Wintario: citizenship and multiculturalism. 1977. folder. English and French. 
French section has title: Wintario: citoyenneté et multiculturalisme. 

Your Ontario government. 1977. folder, map. Revised. 


CITIZENS’ INQUIRY BRANCH 

KWIC index to the Government of Ontario, 1977/78. 1977. ix, 849 p. 


CITIZENSHIP BRANCH 

Black students in urban Canada, edited by Vincent D’Oyley and Harry Silver- 
man. Reprinted June 1977. vii, 179 p. Special issue of T.E.S.L. talk, Jan. 1976. Is- 
sued by Citizenship Branch to teachers of English as a second language. 


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The E.S.L. [English as a second language] nursery, by Muriel Schwartz. [1977] 
10 p. Cover title: Ideas for the E.S.L. nursery. 

English and orientation courses for immigrant parents with preschool children 
in Metropolitan Toronto. 1977. [4] p. map. Text in several languages. 

English structure handbook for teachers of English as a second language. 1977. 
137 p. 

Frases en inglés para defenderse. (Audiorecord) [1977] 

7 tape cartridges, mono. 

To be used in conjunction with the instruction book Frases en inglés para defen- 
derse. 

Guia de los recién llegados para los servicios que existen en Ontario, (anterior- 
mente “Ontario y usted”), texto original por Edith Ferguson, edicion revisada por 
Edith Ferguson y Dianne Atkins, illustraciones por Ken Gray, traducido por Elly 
Hernandez. 1976. 152 p. illus. 

Guia para recém-chegados sobre serviços no Ontario, (anteriormente “Estamos 
no Ontario”), texto original de Edith Ferguson, revisao de Edith Ferguson e Dianne 
Atkins, traduçao de Ana Maria da Rosa, illustraçoes de Ken Gray. 1976. 152 p. 
illus. 

Guida delHmmigrato ai servizi dell’Ontario, (già “L’Ontario e voi”), testo ori- 
ginale di Edith Ferguson, edizione riveduta da Edith Ferguson e Dianne Atkins, il- 
lustrazioni di Ken Gray, traduzione italiana di Antonio Sarzotti. 1976. 151 p. 
illus. 

Le guide pratique des nouveaux Ontariens, (ancien titre “L’Ontario et vous”), 
texte original: Edith Ferguson, edition révisée: Edith Ferguson, Dianne Atkins, il- 
lustrations: Ken Gray, traduction: Georgette Spethmann, réalisation technique: 
Louise Arsenault. 1976. 15 p. illus. 

Handbuch für Neueinwanderer in Ontario; Wegweiser zu Auskunfts-, Hilfs-und 
Beratungsstellen, (früherer Titel: “Ontario und Sie”), ursprüngliche Fassung von 
Edith Ferguson, Neufassung von Edith Ferguson und Dianne Atkins, Illustrationen 
von Ken Gray, Übersetzung von Stefan W. Stillich. [1976] 153 p. illus. 

The immigrant student in secondary schools, edited by Rod McColl. Reprinted 
June 1977. 100 p. illus. Special issue of T. E.S.L. talk, Sept. 1976. Issued for teach- 
ers of English as a second language. 

Informator dla nowoprzybyiych uslugi w Ontario, (dawniej “Ontario i Ty”), 
tekst: Edith Ferguson, nowe wydanie: Edith Ferguson i Dianne Atkins, illustracje: 
Ken Gray, (Jumaczenie z angielskiego: Irma Zaleska. 1976. 152 p. illus. 


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An introduction to Canadian English, students workbook, book 2. Original edi- 
tion by Carson W. Martin, new edition by Lillian Butovsky and Esther Podoliak. 
cl 976. Reprinted 1977. 186 p. illus. Published and distributed in co-operation with 
Department of the Secretary of State of Canada. 

Language and citizenship classes directory for adult newcomers to Ontario, 

1977/78; including listings of immigrant aid services and community information 
centres. [1977] vi, 78 p. Compiled by Anna Furgiuele. 

Language development in the pre-school child, by Helen Lenskyj. [1977] 10 p. 
Life in Ontario series. 

A geography of Ontario (kit) by Peter A. Goulding. Revised 1976. 3 filmstrips, 1 
order form for 3 student aids, 1 tape cassette, 1 teacher’s manual. An aid for teach- 
ing orientation and English as a second language. 

Contents. — pt.l. Physical. — pt.2. Climate and the thermometer. — pt.3. Eco- 
nomic . 

Government and citizenship (kit) by Peter A. Goulding and Nicholas Elson. Re- 
vised 1976. 6 filmstrips, 1 order form for 6 student aids, 1 tape cassette, 1 teacher’s 
manual. Alternative title: Canada’s governments. An aid for teaching orientation 
and English as a second language. 

Contents. — pt.l. Kinds of governments. — pt.2. The work of the governments. — 
pt.3. Elections and voting. — pt.4. How we make laws. — pt.5. The branches of gov- 
ernment. — pt.6. Becoming a Canadian citizen. 

Insurance (kit) by Peter A. Goulding and Nicholas Elson. Revised 1976. 3 film- 
strips, 1 order form for 3 student aids, 1 tape cassette, 1 teacher’s manual. An aid 
for teaching orientation and English as a second language. 

Contents. — pt.l. What is insurance? — pt.2. O.H.I.P. and you. — pt.3. Unemploy- 
ment insurance and you. 

Materials and services for teachers of English as a second language. [1977] 
14 p. 

[Newcomers guide to services in Ontario], (formerly “Ontario and you”), origi- 
nal text by Edith Ferguson, revised edition by Edith Ferguson and Dianne Atkins, 
text illustrations by Ken Gray, translation by Bill Fatsis. 1976. 182 p. illus. Title 
and text in Greek. 

[Newcomers guide to services in Ontario], (formerly “Ontario and you”), origi- 
nal text by Edith Ferguson, revised edition by Edith Ferguson and Dianne Atkins, 
text illustrations by Ken Gray, translation by Jay Payne. 1976. 179 p. illus. Title 
and text in Chinese. 


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[Newcomers guide to services in Ontario], (formerly “Ontario and you”), origi- 
nal text by Edith Ferguson, revised edition by Edith Ferguson and Dianne Atkins, 
text illustrations by Ken Gray, translation by Raymond Cho. 1976. 197 p. illus. 
Title and text in Korean. 

Orientation resources; including “Nutrition” by Rose Mina Grotsky and 
“Health” by Georgia Kapelos, edited by Betty Butterworth, revised edition by 
Rose Grotsky. Revised Apr. 1977. vi, 229 p. Special issue of T.E.S.L. talk, Apr. 
1975. 

Prirucnik za novodosle useljenike o javnim uslugama i sluzbama u ontariju, 

(ranije objavljeno pod naslovom “Ontario i vi”), tekst prvog izdanja napisala: 
Edith Ferguson, popravljeno izdanje pripremile: Edith Ferguson i Dianne Atkins, il- 
lustracije u tekstu nacrtao: Ken Gray, na srpskohrvatski ili hrvatskosrpski preveo: 
Milan Surducki. [1976] 156 p. illus. 

Songs & games for teaching pre-school children English as a second language, 

by Eileen Satterly. Reprinted 1977. 32 p. Processed. 

The sound system of English, for teachers of English as a second language. [1977] 
44 p. illus. Processed. Reprint. 

T.E.S.L. talk, v.8, no. 1-4, Jan. -Dec., 1977. quarterly. A bulletin for teachers of 
English as a second language. 

Teaching English as a second language; a methodology, James Fox, editor, Ni- 
cholas Elson, assistant editor. [1976] 234 p. Revised. Special issue of T.E.S.L. 
talk, Apr., 1974. 

Teaching pronunciation to Chinese learners of English as a second language, 

by Esther Podoliak. 1977. 30 p. Processed. Reprinted. 

Using newspaper stories to teach English as a second language, by Farhat 
Ahmad. 1977. 37 p. 

Using short stories with advanced E.S.L. [English as a second language] 
classes, by Esther Podoliak. [1977] 11 p. Processed. Reprinted. 

Vastatulleiden opas ontarion palveluihin, (aikaisemmin “Ontario ja Te”), alku- 
perainen teksti: Edith Ferguson, tarkistettu laitos: Edith Ferguson ja Dianne Atkins, 
kuvitus: Ken Gray, suomentanut: Katariina Churchill. [1976] 154 p. illus. 


COMMUNITY INFORMATION SERVICES 

Community Information Services was established in the Ministry of Community and 
Social Services in 1974. In 1975 it was transferred to the new Ministry of Culture 


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and Recreation. Community Information Services funds community information 
centres across the province and provides consultation to both community centres 
and other groups concerned about access to information. 

The directory; how to plan and produce a directory. 1976. 32 p. Research by Bet- 
tie Wilson Armitage. Edited by Patricia Fillmore. 

The printed word; how to produce printed information material. 1976. 20 p. Re- 
search by: Bettie Wilson Armitage. Edited by: Patricia Fillmore. 

Resource files; how to set up and maintain resource files, research by Bettie Wilson 
Armitage, edited by Patricia Fillmore. 1977. 60 p. 


HERITAGE ADMINISTRATION BRANCH 

Heritage conservation districts and the Ontario Heritage Act. [1977] [12] p. 
illus. maps. 

Historical sketches of Ontario. 1977. 87, [5] p. illus. 

Ontario historic sites, museums, galleries and plaques. 1977. 88 p. illus. maps. 
Revised. 


HISTORICAL PLANNING AND RESEARCH BRANCH 
Research report. 

no. 10. Mansion in the wilderness: the archaeology of the Ermatinger House, 

by C.S. Paddy Reid. Feb. 1977. ix, 114 p. illus. maps. 

The Welland canals, historical resource analysis and preservation alternatives, 

prepared by Michelle Greenwald, Alan Levitt and Elaine Peebles. Revised Mar. 
1977. ix, 175 p. illus. maps. 


HURONIA HISTORICAL PARKS 

Huronia; historical parks. [1977] folder, illus. map. 

Huronia; historic naval and military establishments (1817-1856) [1977] folder, 
illus. map. 

Huronia; Sainte-Marie among the Hurons (1639-1649) [1977] folder, illus. map. 


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Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, 1639-1649, Midland, Ontario; museum guide. 
[1977] folder, illus. 

Sainte-Marie au pays des Hurons, 1639-1649, Midland, Ontario; guide du 
musée. [1977] folder, illus. 

MULTICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BRANCH 
Comment rassembler les gens. 1977. 34 p. Reprinted. 

Discussion leaders’ handbook. Reprinted 1977. 20 p. 

Ethnocultural directory of Ontario/Répertoire ethnoculturel. Mar. 1977. iii, 
1 10 p. Processed. 

Getting people together. Reprinted 1977. 30 p. 

Le manuel de l’animateur d’une discussion. 1977. 21 p. Reprinted. 

Manuel de tenue des livres à l’intention des groupes de citoyens. 1976. 62 p. 
Multicultural profile. 1977. folder. 

Multicultural resource material; films & video tapes available from the Ministry 
of Culture and Recreation. Revised Feb. 1977. 24 p. 

— Revised May 1977. 16 p. 

— Revised Sept. 1977. 16 p. 

Organisation d’un congrès. 1977. 32 p. Reprinted. 

Papers on the Chinese community. [1977] 50 p. Reprinted. 

Papers on the East Indian community. [1977] 34 p. Reprinted. 

Papers on the Greek community. [1977] 26 p. Reprinted. 

Papers on the Italian community. [1977] 7 p. Contains The quiet desperation of 
the immigrant, by Burt D’Antini. Reprinted. 

Papers on the Portuguese community. [1977] 18 p. Reprinted. 


Profil multiculturel. 1977. folder. 


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PROVINCIAL LIBRARY SERVICE 

Canadian books for children: Livres canadiens pour enfants. Edited by Irma 
McDonough. cl976. 112 p. Published by the University of Toronto Press for the 
Provincial Library Service. 

The evolving role of Canadian women writers, by Marjorie Linden and Diane 
Teeple. 1977. [18] p. Reprinted from the Ontario library review >, June 1977. 

In review; Canadian books for children, v. 11, no. 1-4, winter-fall 1977. illus. quar- 
terly. 

Newcomer news; a graded English newspaper, v.7, no. 1-15, Jan. 15-Dec. 1, 1977. 
illus. semi-monthly. 

Ontario library review, v.61, no. 1-4, Mar. -Dec. 1977. illus. quarterly. 

—index 1971-1975. [1977] 12 p. 

Public library statistics, 1975. [1976] [30] p. 

Women and the status of part-time work; a review and annotated bibliography, 
by Evelyn Bayefsky. 1977. [20] p. Reprinted from the Ontario library review, June 
1977. 

RESOURCE CENTRE 

Resource Centre audio visual catalogue. 1977. 42 p. Material available for loan 
to adult study groups in Ontario. 


ARTS DIVISION 

Art at Queen’s Park. 1977. 24 p. illus. Text: H.G. Levitch. Artist: Ed Donald. 
Batik. 1976. 29 p. illus. Prepared by Joan Donnelly. 

SPORTS AND FITNESS DIVISION 

Administrative policies and procedures theory courses, Province of Ontario 
April 1/77-March 31/78. [1977] [64] leaves. At head of title: National coaching 
development program. 

Enamelling. Reprinted 1975. 31 p. illus. Prepared by A. Alan Perkins. 

Facility fundamentals: swimming pools. 1977. [6], 60, [6] p. illus. 


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The female in public recreation; a story of participation and administrative atti- 
tudes, by William F. Theobald. cl976. 45 p. “This publication is a report to the 
Ontario Recreation Society pursuant to a contract between the Waterloo Research 
Institute and the Ontario Ministry of Culture and Recreation.” 

La formation en leadership. 1977. folder. Issued by Special Services Branch. 

Guide to Bark Lake. 1977. 19 p. illus. maps. 

Hébertisme; hier et aujourd’hui, écrit par Claude Cousineau, illustre par Don 
Pentz. 1977. 47 p. illus. 

Institut provincial francophone de leadership, programme, 1977. 1977. [9] p. 
Polycopié. Publié par L’Institut provincial francophone de leadership. 

Institut provincial programme de développement en leadership, 1977. [1977] 
[16] p. Publié par L’Institut provincial francophone de leadership. 

Is coaching for you? Well, I’m not sure . . . [1976] [8] p. 

Leadership education. 1977. folder. Issued by Special Services Branch. 

Life-planning for retirement, by J. Stuart Sweet. 1977. 32, [2] p. Issued by Spe- 
cial Services Branch. 

Notes à l’intention des chefs de groupe. 

L’art de parler en public. 1977. 1 1 p. 

Cours pour adultes. 1977. 11 p. 

Groupes communautaires. 1977. 11 p. 

Membres et chefs de groupe. 1977. 16 p. 

Planification de programmes. 1977. 20 p. 

Plan d’organisation pour la retraite, par M.J. Stuart Sweet. 1977. 36 p. Publié 

par Direction des services spéciaux. 

Planning a recreation facility? We can help you! 1977. folder, map. 

Recreation facilities index, 1977. 1977. lv. (various pagings) 

Safety in children’s formal play environments, by Paul F. Wilkinson and Robert 
Lockhart. cl976. 1977. vii, 109 p. Prepared for the Creative Play Committee of the 
Ontario Recreation Society and for the Ministry of Culture and Recreation. 


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[Sports travelcade pamphlets] 

Archery. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Bienvenue à la caravane travelcade de T Ontario. 1977. folder. 

Cross country skiing. Revised 1977. 12 p. 

Golf. 1977. folder. Reprinted. 

Hockey. 1977. folder. 

Lacrosse. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Minor softball. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Rhythmic gymnastics. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Ringette. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Squash. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Table tennis. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Team handball. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Water polo. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Welcome to the Ontario sports travelcade. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Water skiing. [1976] folder. Revised. 

Wheelchair sports. 1977. folder. Revised. 

ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR FRANCO-ONTARIAN AFFAIRS 

Annual report, 2d, 1976-1977. 14, 14 p. English and French. French section has 
title: Deuxieme rapport annuel du Conseil consultatif des Affaires franco-on- 
tariennes, 1976-1977. 

Advisory Council for Franco-Ontarian Affairs. [1977] folder. English and 
French. French section has title: Le Conseil consultatif des Affaires franco-on- 
tariennes. 

Advisory Council for Franco-Ontarian Affairs; the position of the Council on 
French Canadian culture in Ontario. [1977] folder. English and French. French sec- 
tion has title: Le Conseil consultatif des Affaires franco-ontariennes. 


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Ambitions des francophones du sud-est de l’Ontario par rapport aux Collèges 
Algonquin et St- Laurent, par Louis Desjardins et Lewis Fu. 1976. xxvii, 235 p. 

Aspirations of francophones of South-eastern Ontario with respect to Algon- 
quin College and St. Lawrence College. [1976] 12, 13 p. English and French. 
French section has title: Ambitions des francophones du sud-est de l’Ontario par 
rapport aux Collèges Algonquin et St. Laurent. Abridged version. 

Educational and career plans of Franco-Ontarian grade 12 and 13 students in 
Ontario secondary schools, (1975-1976) by L.G. Bordeleau and G. Gervais. Dec. 
1976. ii, 21, ii, 22 p. English and French. French section has title: Intentions éduca- 
tives et professionnelles des élèves franco-ontariens des écoles secondaires de l’On- 
tario en 12e et 13e année, (1975-76) Abridged version. 

Vocational attitudes of Franco-Ontarian students in grades 12 & 13, 1974-75, 
by Gabriel Bordeleau and Louis M. Desjardins. [1976] 12, 13 p. English and 
French. French section has title: L’avenir des étudiants franco-ontariens de 12 & 13 
années, 1974-1975. Abridged version. 


ARCHIVES OF ONTARIO 

Notre héritage parlementaire. Revised and reprinted 1977. 56 p. illus. La cata- 
logue d’une exposition permanente dans l’édifice du Parlement, Toronto. 

Our parliamentary heritage. Revised and reprinted 1977. 51 p. illus. A catalogue 
of a permanent exhibit in the Parliament Buildings, Toronto. 

ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO 

Annual report, 1976/77. [1977] [25] p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 


McMICHAEL CANADIAN COLLECTION 

Annual report, 1976/77. [1977] [5] p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

The McMichael Canadian Collection. cl976. 198 p. illus. 

The McMichael Canadian Collection 1978 calendar. [1977] [13] p. illus. 


ONTARIO ARTS COUNCIL 

Annual report, 1975/76. [1977] 88 p. illus. Report year ends Mar. 31. 


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ONTARIO EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY 

Annual report: Rapport annuel. 6th, 1976/77. 1977. 32 p. illus. Report year 
ends Mar. 31. 

The Africa file. cl975. Reprinted 1977. 64 p. illus. maps (1 folded in pocket) 

The age of uncertainty; a Canadian users’ guide. Writer: K.J. Rea. Design: Ross 
Gray. cl977. 44 p. illus. 

At any time/in other worlds/From high spaces. cl977. 5 p. At head of title: 
OECA school radio. “This source list is meant to be used in conjunction with the 
OECA school radio series, Intermediate literature 

Audio tapes; a non-broadcast program service for educational institutions. Mar. 
1977. [3], 44 p. 

Autour du monde par le conte, 2e cycle, téléguide, F2. cl972. Réimpression 
1974. 16 p. illus. 

Ballet shoes; a visual story, junior division, teacher’s guide, cl 977. 20 p. illus. 

Challenge to science; intermediate and senior divisions, pure and applied science, 
program guide, cl 977. 16 p. illus. 

Classics dark and dangerous; teacher’s guide. Writer: Dennis Hutcheon. cl 977. 
55, [4] p. illus. 

Dimensions in science: chemistry. cl976. 44 p. 

Dossier afrique. F38. cl 977. 63 p. illus. maps. 

L’enfer blanc, 4e cycle, téléguide, F10. cl973. 4 p. 

Explorations in the novel. cl976. 40 p. 

From Studio Q; OECA school radio. cl977. [8] p. loose-leaf. 

How to live French in Toronto, Ottawa & Windsor, by David Stansfield. cl976. 
87 p. illus. 

In conversation with . . . teacher education, discussion guide. cl977. 6 p. To be 
used in conjunction with the OECA series In conversation with. 

Les jeunes s’toutes des fous, 4e cycle, téléguide, F29. cl974. 10 p. illus. 

Jongleries mathématiques, 2e cycle, téléguide, F3. cl974. 22 p. illus. 


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Jongleries métriques, 1er et 2e cycles, téléguide, F31. cl975. 22 p. illus. 

Les marmitons, téléguide, F37. cl 97 7. 12 p. illus. 

Le métrique . . . c’est si simple, téléguide du maître adulte. cl976. 20 p. illus. 

New additions to the MRC [Media Resource Centre] library, v.5, no. 1-8, Jan.- 
Dec.1977. irregular. Processed. 

News for schools, irregular. Published during school year. 

News for schools; OECA school radio. [1977] [7] leaves. A schedule of educa- 
tional radio programs for Ontario schools. Covers the period October 11, to De- 
cember 9, 1977. 

Picture this; a practical guide to learning through videotaping, cl 977. 24 p. illus. 
Prepared by Arlene Zuckernick and Maxene Raices. 

The planet of man; program guide. cl976. Reprinted 1977. 36 p. illus. 

A portrait of the artist as a young man, explorations in the novel; program 
guide. cl976. 16 p. illus. 

The prisoner, program guide. cl976. 30 p. illus. 

Readalong, program guide, first series, review weeks supplement. cl976. [57] p. 
(loose-leaf) 

Readalong 2. [1977] 168 p. (loose-leaf) Songs, games and pictures to be used as 
supplementary material. 

Readalong 2, program guide, cl 977. 45 p. 

Ressources de l’enfance exceptionnelle, téléguide, F34. cl 977. 20 p. illus. 

The secret of the samurai; ROM explorers club mystery, 1. cl977. 28 p. illus. 
See, hear. Program guide, cl 977. 38 p. illus. 

Self incorporated; program guide. cl975, 1976. Reprinted 1977. 32 p. illus. 

The stationary ark; program guide. cl976. 29 p. illus. 

Tom Grattan’s war; a visual story, junior and intermediate divisions, teacher’s 
guide. cl977. 44 p. illus. 

Tom Grattan’s war; intermediate and senior divisions, teacher’s guidebook, 
cl 977. 48 p. illus. 


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Tom’s midnight garden; a visual story, junior division, teacher’s guide, cl 977. 
8 p. illus. 

TVOntario. Sept. 25-Dec. 25, 1976; Jan. 1-Apr. 9, 1977. Weekly during school 
year. Advertising supplement. 

TVOntario; the OECA television and radio schedule for schools: l’horaire de la 
télévision et de la radio scolaire de l’OTEO. winter/hiver-spring/printemps 1977. 
illus. 2 no. a year. 

TVOntario; the secondary school videotaping and previewing hour broadcast 
schedule, September-December 1977. cl977. 29 (i.e. 27) p. 

VIPS, 1977/78; a catalogue of learning resources available from the Ontario Educa- 
tional Communications Authority. [1977] 275, 72 p. English and French. French 
section has title: Resources pédagogiques. 

Video tapes, 1976/77; a video-tape program service for educational institutions, 
c 1976. 224 p. illus. 

What is TVOntario? [1977] folder. 

Witness to yesterday; intermediate & senior divisions, program guide. cl977. 
54 p. illus. 

Women’s studies; a multimedia approach. [1977] folder, illus. 

Wordsmith, teacher’s guide. cl975. 81 p. 

ONTARIO HERITAGE FOUNDATION 

Annual report. 1st. 1975/76. 20 p. Covers the period Mar. 5, 1975 to Mar. 31, 
1976. 

The David Boyle scholarship for archaeology. 1977. folder, illus. English and 
French. French section has title: Bourse de recherches archéologiques David 
Boyle. 

Ontario Heritage Foundation. 1977. folder, illus. Revised. French section has 
title: Fondation du patrimoine ontarien. 


ONTARIO SCIENCE CENTRE 

Annual report, 1974/75. [1975] 26 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 
— 1975/76. [1976] 30 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 


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— 1976/77. 1977. [29] p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Film news. no. 1-4, winter-fall 1977. quarterly, illus. Issued by Ontario Film 
Theatre. 

ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDENS 
Annual report, 1976. 1977. 68 p. illus. 


ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM 

Annual report. 26th, July 1975-June 1976. 1976. 72 p. illus. 

A gather of glass; “An exhibition of glass through the ages,” October 7 to De- 
cember 31, 1977. [1977] folder, illus. 

In the presence of the dragon throne; Chinese costume of the Ch’ing dynasty 
(1644-1911) 1977. folder, illus. 


MINISTRY OF EDUCATION 

Report of the Minister of Education, 1975/76. [1977] 20 p. Report year ends 
Mar. 31. 

— 1976/77. [1977] 19 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Annual report of the Board of Governors, the Ontario Institute for Studies in 
Education, 1975/76. cl 977. 50 p. Report year ends Apr. 30. 

— 1976/77. cl977. 32 p. Report year ends Apr. 1977. 

Achievement in basic skills; a longitudinal evaluation of pupil achievement in lan- 
guage arts and mathematics, by H.G. Hedges, Principal investigator. cl977. xix, 
327 p. 

L’apprentissage de la lecture; suggestions aux enseignants. 1977. 14 p. illus. 
“Ce document d’appui aux Années de formation se propose d’aider l’enseignant à 
travailler avec les enfants, à trois niveaux de lecture, aux cycles primaire et 
moyen.” 

An approach to reading; curriculum ideas for teachers. 1977. 14 p. illus. “This 
support document to The formative years is intended to assist the teacher in working 
with children at three different stages of reading in the Primary and Junior divi- 
sions.” 


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Approaches to semestering; secondary school organization: some current alterna- 
tives, by A.J.C. King, Principal investigator, [and others] cl977. viii, 369 p. 

Assessment of student achievement; a survey of the assessment of student 
achievement in Ontario. Merlin W. Wahlstrom, Principal investigator, and Ray- 
mond R. Danley. cl976. x, 121 p. 

Becoming a reader. 1976. [4] p. illus. “A support document to The formative 
years. This booklet describes a unit of study in a class of Primary Division children. 
A few explanations and philosophical interpolations have been added. Otherwise 
this is the teacher’s record of a unit of work actually presented in class.” 

Canada’s multicultural heritage, history intermediate division 3; curriculum ideas 
for teachers. 1977. 8 p. illus. 

Canadian- American relations, history intermediate division 4; curriculum ideas 
for teachers. 1977. 16 p. illus. 

Célébration du 25e anniversaire de l’accession au trône. 1977. 9 pieces (in port- 
folio) illus. “La présente brochure veut suggérer des façons d’aborder le civisme 
dans le contexte de la Couronne et du Commonwealth.” 

The class size question; development of research studies related to the effects of 
class size, pupil/adult, and pupil/teacher ratios, by Doris W. Ryan, Principal inves- 
tigator and T. Barr Greenfield. cl975. [1977] xi, 342 p. Reprinted. 

Classical studies, intermediate and senior divisions. [1976] 16 p. 

Classical studies resource list, intermediate and senior divisions. [1976] 36 p. 

Collaboration parents-maîtres. [1976] folder. 

Cool school: an alternative secondary school experience, by James E. Anderson, 
Principal investigator, and Ted Ridley. cl977. 211 p. 

The community school idea; text of an address by Hon. Thomas L. Wells, Min- 
ister of Education. 1977. [12] p. Presented at the Community Education Ontario 
’77 Conference, Niagara Falls, Ontario, March 4, 1977. 

The costs of providing instruction in French to students studying French as a 
second language; in-depth study of seven Ontario school boards. H.R. Partlow, 
Principal investigator. cl977. xi, 169, 28 p. 

Crédits scolaires à l’école de la vie; les équivalences de crédits pour les élèves 
adultes. [1976] [4] p. Revised. 

Current affairs, history intermediate division 1; curriculum ideas for teachers. 
1977. 5 p. illus. 


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Directory of education, 1977/78. 1977. 266 p. maps. “A comprehensive listing of 
schools (other than private schools), school boards, and education officials.” 

Directory of school boards, 1977. 1977. 17 p. 

Drama. 1976. [4] p. illus. “A support document to The formative years. This doc- 
ument presents actual accounts of two lessons in a classroom of eight- and- nine- 
year-olds. They illustrate ways in which literature can be used to extend children’s 
creative abilities.” 

Driver education in Ontario schools; a resource guide for the intermediate and se- 
nior divisions. 1977. 16, [6] p. 

L’école et la communauté. [1976] folder. 

Education and you fact sheets order form. [1977] 4 p. Revised. English and 
French. French section has title: Bulletins d’information l’éducation et vous, bon de 
commande. 

Education statistics, Ontario, 1976. [1977] 142 p. 

Educational perspectives; a survey of 10,000 Ontario students, teachers, and 
parents, by Michael Adams [and others] cl976. v, 109 p. 

Educational, social and financial implications to school boards of declining 
enrolments, by E. Brock Rideout, Principal investigator [and others] cl977. vii, 

Y 2 i 2 p- 

J> Effects of class size in the junior grades; a study, by Edgar N. Wright, Principal 
V investigator [and others] cl977. ix, 130 p. 

En contact avec votre conseil scolaire. [1976] folder. 

English as a second language/dialect; curriculum guidelines for the intermediate 
and senior divisions. 1977. 28 p. illus. 

English; curriculum guidelines for the senior division. 1977. 102 p. 

Etobicoke community involvement program evaluation; evaluation of a secon- 
dary school program involving students in community and social service activities. 
Principal investigator, Brian R. Usher. cl977. ix, 228 p. 

Film catalogue; central collection. 1977. 137 p. Issued by Communication Ser- 
vices Branch. 

Français; programme — cadre, cycle intermédiaire. 1977. 40 p. 


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From values to laws; curriculum ideas for teachers. 1977. 12 p. illus. “This docu- 
ment contains concepts and ten sample strategies developed to assist the teacher in 
attaining the following objectives, as stated in The formative years: to develop self- 
respect for the rights of others, and respect for the rule of law; to develop an aware- 
ness of law.” 

Girls and women in society; resource list. 1977. 21 p. 

Guidance for today: guidance services in Ontario secondary schools. [1977] 
folder. 

Handbook for parents of preschool blind children, by Iain Davidson [and others] 
cl976. 97 p. (loose leaf) illus. “A product of the project entitled Assessment Pro- 
cedures and Programs for Pre-School Multiply-Handicapped Blind Children.” 

U 

History; curriculum guidelines for the intermediate division. 1977. 18 p. 

The impact of semestering on selected secondary schools in Ontario; semester- 
ing in secondary schools, by John E. Davis, Principal investigator [and others] 
cl977. xv, 207 p. 

Le jeu dramatique. 1976. [4] p. illus. “Document d’appui au x Années de forma- 
tion. Ce document présente les comptes rendus de deux leçons données à des élèves 
de huit et de neuf ans. Ces leçons démontrent commend l’enseignement de la littéra- 
ture peut favoriser la créativité des enfants.” 

Learning disabilities found in association with French immersion program- 
ming; a cross validation. R.L. Trites, Principal investigator and M.A. Price. 
cl977. xii, 170 p. 

Learning materials development plan, 1977. [1977] folder. English and French. 
French section has title: Plan de préparation de matériel d’apprentissage, 1977. 

Manuel a l’intention des parents d’enfants aveugles d’age préscolaire, par lain 
Davidson, chercheur principal [et autres] cl977. v, 99 p. (feuilles mobiles) illus. 
“Ce travail de recherche fait partie du projet intitulé: Assessment Procedures and 
Programs for Pre-school Multiply-Handicapped Blind Children .” 

Maps and graphs. 1976. folder. “A support document to The formative years. 
This document outlines some simple forms of representation that help children in 
the Primary and Junior Divisions to communicate their ideas about the environ- 
ment.” 

Measuring achievement at the primary and junior levels; an analytical review of 
test instruments used in evaluating pupil achievement and of communicating results 
to parents. Merlin W. Wahlstrom, Principal investigator, Raymond R. Danley, 
Project director and Dennis Raphael, cl 977. xii, 476 p. 


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Le mouvement. 1976. [4] p. illus. “Document d’appui au x Années de formation. 

Ce document indique le moyen d’utiliser la forme pour regrouper différentes 
méthodes de s’exercer au mouvement. Il analyse la forme dans la gymnastique, le 
jeu et la danse.’’ 

Multiculturalism in action; curriculum ideas for teachers. 1977. 21 p. illus. “This 
support document to The formative years provides practical suggestions for teachers 
in lYimary and Junior Divisions.’’ 

Le multiculturalisme vécu; suggestions aux enseignants. 1977. 21 p. illus. “Ce 
document d’appui aux Années de formation offre des suggestions aux enseignants 
des cycles primaire et moyen.’’ 

Ontario education dimensions; reporting policies, projects and activities of the 
Ministry of Education, Ontario, v. 11, no. 1-4, Jan. /Feb. -Dec. 1977. illus. irregu- 
lar. 

Onteris: printed index. Barbara Beardsley, Principal investigator and Ilze Cock- 
bum. 

V.l. Abstracts of Ministry funded research and school board research in Met- 
ropolitan Toronto from 1959 - 1976 . cl 977. xii, 621 p. 

V.2. Subject and author index to Ministry funded research and school board 
research in Metropolitan Toronto from 1959 - 1976 . cl 977. iii, 210 p. 

Open doors; a community school handbook, by Margaret Gayfer. Nov. 1976. 

92 p. illus. 

The opening of the West, history intermediate division 5; curriculum ideas for 
teachers. 1977. 6 p. illus. 

Out-of-classroom experiences. 1977. [8]p. illus. Prepared by D. McGugan and 
E. Terry. At head of title: Curriculum ideas for teachers. A support document to The 
formative years. 

Perceptions of educational leadership; a study of the needs and training opportun- 
ities for educational leadership in Ontario, by V.K. Gilbert, Principal investigator, 
[and others] c 1977. viii, 253 p. 

Porte ouverte; guide de l’école communautaire, par Margaret Gayfer. 1976. 

102 p. 

Professional summer courses for teachers: Cours d’été pour le perfectionne- 
ment des enseignants, 1977. 1977. 56 p. Lists programs and courses offered by j 
both the Ministry of Education and by the colleges and faculties of education. 


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Le projet de dépistage précoce de Windsor, par K. G. O’Bryan, chercheur princi- 
pal. cl976. xiv, 121 p. 

The Queen’s Silver Jubilee. 1977. 10 pieces (in portfolio) illus. “This kit is in- 
tended to help teachers who are planning to undertake studies of the Crown and the 
Commonwealth as a prelude to the numerous Jubilee celebrations in which students 
may take part during the spring and summer.” 

Rebellions, history intermediate division 2; curriculum ideas for teachers. 1977. 
6 p. illus. 

The reflective approach in values education; the moral education project, year 3. 
Clive Beck, Principal investigator, Edmund Sullivan, Co-investigator. cl976. 
19 p. 

Relations et graphiques. 1976. folder. “Document d’appui aux Années de forma- 
tion. Ce document traite de représentations simples destinées à aider les enfants des 
cycles primaire et moyen à exprimer leurs idées sur l’environnement.” 

Le rendement en lecture dans les écoles Franco- Ontariennes (6e, 7e et 8e 
années) Jean Brassard, Directeur du projet, Claude Lange vin, Spécialiste en lec- 
ture. cl 977. xii, 270 p. 

Resource list for a multicultural society, compiled by Janet Maxwell [and others] 
[1977] viii, 626 p. “An Experience ’76 project sponsored by the Ministry of Educa- 
tion and the Ministry of Culture and Recreation.” 

[Secondary/post-secondary interface study] 

Continuity and diversity of courses, volume 1; project III: Nature of programs, 
by Alan J.C. King [and others] Dec. 1976. xli, 727 p. Funded under contract by the 
Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Colleges and Universities. 

Nature of students, volume I; project II, by Ross Traub [and others ] [1976] 
xx viii, 319 p. Funded under contract by Ministry of Education and Ministry of Col- 
leges and Universities. 

Programs and student achievement at the secondary-postsecondary interface: 
inter-project analysis, by H.H. Russell [and others] 1976. xxix, 397 p. Funded 
under contract by Ministry of Education and Ministry of Colleges and Universi- 
ties. 

Rapport sommaire. cl977. iv, 146 p. Publié en coopération avec le ministère des 
Collèges et Universitiés de l’Ontario. En tête du titre: Étude sur la transition du ni- 
veau secondaire au niveau postsecondaire. 


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Roles and responsibilities of the secondary and post-secondary institutions; 

project I. 1976. 41, 248 p. Jointly funded by: Ministry of Colleges and Universities 
and Ministry of Education. Conducted by: Canadian Facts Co. limited. 

Summary report. [1976] iv, 136 p. 

Secondary school diploma requirements, Circular H.S.l, 1977/78. [1977] 24 p. 
Textbooks: Manuels scolaires, 1977. [1977] 140 p. (Circular 14) 

— 1977. 1977. 10 p. (Circular 14B) 

Toronto educational governance/multiculturalism case study; a study of the 
Toronto school system in terms of governance and multiculturalism and a report on 
the IMTEC/U.S. Bicentennial Seminar on Managing Change in Urban Education, 
by John Murray, Principal investigator. cl977. v, 195 p. 

Touch a child. [1977] 20 pieces in set. At head of title: People of native ancestry. 
Issued by Midnorthern Ontario Region. “ Touch a child is directed to all teachers of 
primary and junior children; some of the themes may be useful, too, in the interme- 
diate division.” 

Contents. — Introduction. — Choices. — Corn: one of the three sisters. — Craftsmen: 
today and yesterday. — Going fishing. — Indian on the move. — . . . Me . . . — 
Neighbours on a nearby reserve. — Ojibwe I. — Ojibwe II. — Ojibwe and others. — 
Our community is unique. — Survival. — Symbols I. — Symbols II. — Tell us a 
story. — The people who live at our house. — These are our words. — Two nations: a 
study in interdependence. 


CURRICULUM BRANCH 

The present Curriculum Branch was established on September 1 , 1976 to provide 
leadership, policy, and support for the curricular structure in the elementary and 
secondary schools of Ontario. 

Jour du Souvenir, 11 novembre. [1977] 11 pieces (in portfolio) “Cette documen- 
tation vise à aider les enfants à saisir le sens du jour du Souvenir.” 

Jour du Souvenir, 1 1 novembre. [1977] [4] p. illus. Plan modèle pour un rassem- 
blement général à l’occasion du jour du Souvenir. 

Remembrance Day, Nov. 11. [1977] 15 pieces (in portfolio) Suggestions to assist 
teachers in planning Remembrance Day activities. 

Remembrance Day, Nov. 11. [1977] [4] p. An outline of a service for Remem- 
brance Day. 


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INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND RECORDS BRANCH 

Public school enrolment, by school within board, within county, within education 
region, enrolment as of September 30, 1975, boards as of September 30, 1975. 

1976. xiii, 441 p. Processed. 

Public school enrolment, by school within board, within county, within education 
region, enrolment as of September 30, 1976, boards as of September 30, 1976. 

1977. xix, 433 p. Processed. 

Roman Catholic separate school enrolment, by school within board, within 
county, within education region, enrolment as of September 30, 1975, boards as of 
September 30, 1975. 1976. xii, 229 p. Processed. 

Roman Catholic separate school enrolment, by school within board, within 
county, within education region, enrolment as of September 30, 1976, boards as of 
September 30, 1976. 1977. xvi, 229 p. Processed. 

Secondary school enrolment, by school within board, within county, within edu- 
cation region. Enrolment in schools for the trainable retarded, by school within 
board, within county, within education region. Enrolment in hospital schools, by 
school within board, within county, within education region. Private school enrol- 
ment, by school within county, within education region, enrolment as of September 
30, 1975, boards as of September 30, 1975. 1976. [285] p. Processed. 

Secondary school enrolment, by school within board, within county, within edu- 
cation region. Enrolment in schools for the trainable retarded, by school within 
board, within county, within education region. Enrolment in hospital schools, by 
school within board, within county, within education region. Private school enrol- 
ment, by school within county, within education region, enrolment as of September 
30, 1976, boards as of September 30, 1976. 1977. [374] p. Processed. 


STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND SPECIAL PROJECTS BRANCH 

The Student Activities and Special Projects Branch was established April 17, 1972. 
This Branch is responsible for a number of programs and activities designed to re- 
spond to the educational and cultural needs of teachers and students. 

Project Canada, a program of student communication to promote appreciation and 
understanding of the Canadian mosaic: Projet Canada, un programme de commu- 
nication entre écoliers, visant à mieux leur faire apprécier et comprendre la 
mosaïque canadienne. [1977] folder. 

Project Canada passport. [1977] [notebook] English and French. French section 
has title: Project-Canada passport. 


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Project school-to- school. 1977. folder. “Project school-to- school is a school twin- 
ning program designed to encourage understanding, co-operation, and mutual re- 
spect between young people attending schools in the Province of Ontario, Canada, 
and the Commonwealth Eastern Caribbean islands of the West Indies.” 

Projet-Canada; un pas vers l’unité nationale par les jeunes et pour les jeunes. 
1977. folder. 

Student Guidance Information Service master list of careers. [1977] 109 p. Is- 
sued by Student Guidance Information Service. 


TEACHER EDUCATION BRANCH 

The Teacher Education Branch has been in existence since the earliest days of edu- 
cation in Ontario. At present the areas of responsibility include coordinating the 
operation of The Ontario Teacher Education College, maintaining liaison with 
teacher training faculties in universities and related organizations, developing poli- 
cies concerning certification and authorization to teach in publicly supported ele- 
mentary and secondary schools in Ontario and approving and reviewing teacher 
education programs leading to basic certification. 

Ontario Teacher Education College. [Calendar] 1977/78. 1977. 12 p. illus. 
EDUCATION RELATIONS COMMISSION 

The Education Relations Commission was established in 1975 to promote harmon- 
ious relations between school boards and teachers and to administer the School 
Boards and Teachers Collective Negotiations Act, 1975 . 

Annual report. 1st, 1975/76. [1976] 32 p. Covers the period Sept. 1, 1975 to Aug. 
31, 1976. 

TEACHERS’ SUPERANNUATION COMMISSION 

Report of the Actuary on the Teachers’ Superannuation Fund of the Province of 
Ontario, as at 31st December 18th, 1975. 1977. 21 p. 

Report to contributors, 1976. [1977] 11 p. 


MINISTRY OF ENERGY 

Annual report. 4th, 1976/77. 1977. 40, [2] p. Processed. Report year ends 
Mar. 31. 


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Conservation de l’energie; à vous de choisir. [1976] [8] p. illus. 
Energy conservation; the choice is yours. [1976] [8] p. illus. 


Energy in Ontario, 1975. [1977] 42 p. illus. Processed. 


Energy saving alternatives in municipal wastewater sludge disposal, by Andrew 
Benedek. Mar. 1976. xi, 94 p. illus. Prepared by contract under the Energy Man- 
agement Program sponsored by the Ministry of Energy. 


Hearst wood wastes energy study, prepared by SNC Consultants Limited, 
Toronto, Ontario. Dec. 1976. 83 p. maps, diagrs. Processed. Co-sponsored by: 
Town of Hearst, Hearst Lumbermen’s Association, Ontario Ministry of Energy and 
Ontario Ministry of the Environment. 

Ontario industrial energy demand study, prepared by Acres Consulting Services 
ltd. Feb. 1977. 271 p. Processed. 


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Oil and gas statistics. Feb. -Nov. 1977. quarterly. Processed. 

Ontario’s energy future. Apr. 1977. v, 60 p. 


Transportation energy demand analysis for Ontario; volume 1: Development of 
forecast methodology, final report, prepared by Canadian Resourcecon Ltd. Dec. 
1976. xvi, 274, 10 p. 

Turn on the sun. cl977. 44 p. illus. This book explores the use of solar energy. 


ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD 

Annual report. 17th, 1976/77. 1977. ii, 34 p. Processed. Report year ends 
Mar. 31. 

Ontario Hydro bulk power rates for 1978; report to the Minister of Energy. Aug. 
1977. iv, 179, [23] p. Processed. 

Reasons for decision in the matter of an application under section 19 of the On- 
tario Energy Board Act, Northern and Central Gas Corporation, limited; 

E.B.R.O. 314-phase II, November 24, 1977. 1977. v, 179, [2] p. Processed. 

Reasons for decision in the matter of an application under section 19 of the On- 
tario Energy Board Act, Union Gas, limited, phase II, June 30, 1977. 1977. ii, 
86, [35] p. Processed. 

Reasons for decision in the matter of a rate application under the Ontario En- 
ergy Board Act by Northern and Central Gas Corporation, limited, and the 


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Board’s finding that the applicant over-earned in the 1975 test year, February 

14, 1977. 1977. iv, 18, [6] p. Processed. 

Reasons for decision in the matter of a rate application under the Ontario En- 
ergy Board Act by the Consumers’ Gas Company, phase II, April 7, 1977. 1977. 
ii, 35, [16] p. Processed. 


ONTARIO ENERGY CORPORATION 
Annual report. 3d, 1976. 1977. 7, [3], 2 leaves. 


MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

Annual report, 1975/76. [1977] 44 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Acidic precipitation in South-central Ontario: recent observations, by P.J. Dil- 
lon [and others] Sept. 1977, ii, 24 p. map. 

Ajax steam plant viability study. Dec. 1976. 1 v. various pagings. diagrs. maps 
(folded) Processed. At head of title: Resource recovery. Prepared by Acres Shawin- 
igan limited, Toronto, Ontario, for the Ministry of the Environment and the Min- 
istry of Energy. 

Controlling mosquitoes and black flies in Ontario, 1976. [1976] i, 18 p. illus. 
Prepared by the Ontario Biting Fly Committee. Published jointly with Ministry of 
Natural Resources. 

Corporation of the City of North Bay Noise Control By-Law no. 142-76. July, 
1977. 9 p. map. 

Envirofacts and fun. [1977] 8 p. illus. A newspaper on the environment for school 
children. Issued by Information Services Branch. 

The Environmental Assessment Act and municipalities; response to the Report 
of the Municipal Working Group recommendations for the designation and exemp- 
tion of municipal projects under the Environmental Assessment Act. Oct. 1977. ii, 
25 p. Presented by the Honourable George A. Kerr, Q.C. at the meeting of the Pro- 
vincial-Municipal Liaison Committee, October 21, 1977. 

Fleas, lice and bedbugs, pest control information. [1976] folder. 

Guide to eating Ontario sportfish. 1977. [12] p. “The purpose of this booklet is 
to present facts about fish contamination, developed from material assembled by the 
ministries of the Environment, Health, Labour and Natural Resources.’’ 


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Health implications of contaminants in fish. 1977. 49 p. maps. A list of 167 
lakes and rivers in Ontario, showing mercury levels of fish samplings from the 
waters. 

[Lake cards] [1977] 167 cards. Fishermen’s guide to edibility of fish species in 
specific lakes in Ontario. 

Legacy, v.6, no. 1-4, Jan. /Feb. -Dec. 1977. illus. bimonthly. Published by Informa- 
tion Services Branch “for those interested in the many facets of environmental en- 
hancement.’’ 

Metrication guidelines for consulting engineers. Feb. 1977. lv. various pagings. 
(loose-leaf) Issued by Ministry of the Environment Metric Committee. 

Mosquito control, what you can do. 1977. [4] p. Revised. Issued jointly with the 
Ministry of Health. 

The noisies. Apr. 1976. [8] p. illus. “Tips for kids on noise pollution.’’ Issued by 
the Information Services Branch. 

Ontario Centre for Resource Recovery. [1977] folder, illus. Issued by Informa- 
tion Services Branch. 

Ontario Industrial Waste Conference, 24th, May 29-June 1, 1977, Toronto, On- 
tario. Proceedings. [1977] vii, 373 p. illus. maps. 

Ontario’s environment today, 1977-78. [1977] 8 p. illus. A newspaper for high 
school students. Issued by Information Services Branch. 

Pesticide safety in your home. [1976?] [4] p. 

Publications, spring/ summer, 1977. [1977] folder. 

Pump-out stations. Apr. 1977. [14] p. maps. 

The Ratchford experiment; one family’s attack on waste. [1977] folder, illus. 

Recommended guidelines for small groundwater supply systems for residential 
developments. July 1977. 22 p. Issued jointly with Municipal Engineers Associa- 
tion of Ontario. 

Report of Task Force Onakawana; a preliminary investigation of the environmen- 
tal effects of development of Onakawana lignite deposits. Jan. 1973. Reprinted 
1977. iv, 65 p. Processed. Chairman: Everett Biggs. 


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Report of the Municipal Working Group; recommendations for the designation 
and exemption of municipal projects under the Environmental Assessment Act. 
Dec. 1976. 25, [8] p. Processed. 

Secc[ h] i disc-chlorophyll a self help program; 1976 sampling results for lakes in 
the Central Region of the Ministry of the Environment. [1977] [138] p. Processed. 

Who cares? 1977. folder. Revised. Concerns the Ministry’s programme of en- 
vironmental protection. 

Who cares about noise? We do! 1977. folder. Reprinted. 

Who cares about pesticides? We do! 1977. folder. Reprinted. 

Who cares about the air? We do! July 1977. folder. Revised. 

Who cares about the land? We do! May 1977. [3] p. 

Who cares about the water? We do! 1977. Reprinted. 

FACTSHEETS 

Facts; Ontario’s environmental legislation. Jan. 1977. [2] p. 

— Ontario’s environmental legislation. Aug. 1977. [2] p. Reprinted. 

Facts; self-help for recreational lakes — central region. June 1977. 2 p. illus. 

Facts about auto emissions. June 1977. [2] p. Reprinted. 

Facts about cottage pollution. May 1976. 1 leaf. Reprinted. 

— [1977] 1 leaf. Reprinted. 

— June 1977. 1 leaf. Reprinted. 

Facts about environmental films. Apr. 1976. [2] p. Revised. 

Facts about open burning. Apr. 1976. 1 leaf. Reprinted. 

— July 1977. [l]leaf. Revised. 

Facts about pesticides and the environment. June 1977. 4 p. illus. Reprinted. 
Facts about pesticides, birch leafminer. Oct. 1977. 2 p. Revised. 


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Facts about pesticides, eastern and forest tent caterpillars. Oct. 1977. 2 p. 
Revised. 

Facts about pesticides, leeches (“bloodsuckers”) Oct. 1977. 2 p. 

Facts about pesticides, mosquitoes and black flies. May 1977. Reprinted. [1 ] leaf, 
illus. 

Facts about resource recovery. Apr. 1976. 5 p. Revised. 

— June 1977. 5 p. Reprinted. 

Facts about resource recovery; marketing — the key to success in resource recov- 
ery. Apr. 1977. [2] p. 

— marketing — the key to success in resource recovery. Aug. 1977. [2] p. 

Facts about resource recovery; simple composting of household waste. June 
1977. 4 p. illus. Reprinted. 

Facts about septic tank systems. Mar. 1977. 6 p. Reprinted. 

— June 1977. 6 p. Reprinted. 

— Oct. 1977. 6 p. Reprinted. 

Facts about the film — Women in the environment. Nov. 1976. [2] p. Re- 
printed. 

Facts about waste; composting, an educational fact sheet on recycling organic 
waste. [1976] [6] p. illus. Reprinted. Prepared as an educational tool, and includes 
several suggestions for classroom activities. 

Facts about water; [discharge of sewage from pleasure boats] June 1977. [1] leaf. 
Reprinted. 

Facts about water; introduction to water pollution control. June 1977. 6 p. illus. 
Reprinted. 

Facts about water pollution control plant operation. [1976] [4] p. illus. 

Facts about water treatment plant operation. 1977. 4 p. illus. 

Facts about water; water pollution — what can I do? June 1977. [1] leaf. Re- 
printed. 

Facts about wells and water. June 1977. 3 p. illus. Reprinted. 


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Facts about York-Durham sewage system; no. 1. [1976] 4 p. illus. map. 

Facts au sujet de la pollution par les chalets, mars 1977. 4 p. illus. 

Facts for environmental studies; an educational fact sheet about waste — How to 
publicize a recycling drive. [1977] 4 p. 

Facts for environmental studies; clean-up day. [1977] 4 p. 

Facts for environmental studies; clean-up day, city street trees, city planning, the 
school site as a teaching resource. [1977] [14] p. Processed. 

Facts for environmental studies; it’s not all garbage, learning about waste: activi- 
ties for students. [1977] [4] p. 

Faits a propos du film — “Women in the environment.” nov. 1976. 4 p. 

Faits au sujet de l’eau, mars 1977. [2] p. illus. 

Faits au sujet des installations septiques, mars 1977. 6 p. illus. 

Faits au sujet des puits et de l’eau, mars 1977. 4 p. illus. 


AIR RESOURCES BRANCH 

Air quality monitoring reports, Ontario, 1975. [1977] 5 v. maps. 

Contents — v.l. [Summary] — v.2. Sulphur dioxide — v.3. Soiling index — v.4. Car- 
bon monoxide, total hydrocarbons and ozone — v.5. Nitrogen dioxide, nitrogen 
oxides and nitric oxide. 


ENVIRONMENTAL APPROVALS BRANCH 

Alternative policies for pollution abatement: the Ontario pulp and paper in- 
dustry. Prepared by J.A. Donnan and P.A. Victor. 

v.l. For discussion purposes. Oct. 1974, reprinted Oct. 1976. xiv, 420 p. 
v.2. Appendices. [1974] 1 v. (various pagings) 

v.3. Summary and update for discussion purposes. Revised Oct. 1976. 80, 
viii p. 

EA update; a digest for people interested in environmental assessment, v.l, no.l, 
Oct. 1976; v.2, no. 1-5, Jan. -Oct. 1977. irregular. 


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LABORATORY SERVICES BRANCH 

A guide to the collection and submission of samples for laboratory analysis. 2d 

ed. July 1977. v, 48 p. Co-ordinated by Water Quality Section. 


PERSONNEL SERVICES BRANCH 

Basic gas chlorination workshop manual. 5th ed. (2d rev.) 1977. 1 v. (various 
pagings) illus. Issued by Training and Certification Section. 

Basic sewage treatment operation; [course manual] 4th ed. (rev.) Nov. 1976. xii, 
[209] p. illus. Issued by Training and Certification Section. 

Control of industrial wastes in municipalities, 1977; a certificate course manual 
prepared by the Industrial Wastes Branch, 1972. 1973, reprinted 1975. cl977. 1 v. 
(various pagings) Issued by Training and Certification Section. 

Preventive maintenance workshop. Jan. 1977. cl977. x, [215] p. illus. Issued by 
Training and Certification Section. 

Primary treatment and sludge digestion workshop. 1st ed. Sept. 1977. cl977. 
xiii, 195 p. illus. 

Pump operation workshop, 1977. lsted. Sept. 1977. cl977. x, [135] p. illus. Is- 
sued by Training and Certification Section. 


POLLUTION CONTROL BRANCH 

Acoustics technology in land use planning, 1977; volume 1, analysis of noise im- 
pacts. July 1977. cl977. xx, 250 p. illus. 

Acoustics technology in land use planning, 1977; volume 2, road traffic noise 
tables. July 1977. cl977. iv, 242 p. illus. Prepared by J. Manuel [and others] 

Ants, pest control information. [1976] [4] p. Prepared by Pesticides Control Sec- 
tion. 

Environmental acoustics technology III, 1977. cl976. Reprinted 1977. xv, 
142 p. illus. Cover title: Acoustic technology course, environmental acoustics tech- 
nology III. Issued by Training and Certification Section. 

Phosphorus removal from human wastewater by direct dosing of alum to a sep- 
tic tank, by M. Brandes. Sept. 1976. vii, 42 p. Issued by Applied Sciences Sec- 
tion. 


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Research paper. 

no. S 2043. Energy requirements for water treatment systems, November, 1976, 
by G.D. Zarnett. Apr. 1977. 13, [1] p. Processed. Prepared by Applied Sciences 
Section. 

no. 2044. Temperature monitoring of and insulated water main, by M.B. Field- 
ing. Oct. 1976. 19 leaves, illus. map. 

Research report. Some reports have series title: Publication. 

W.62. Nitrification in activated sludge plants, guidelines on some operation 
and design aspects, by A.G. Smith. July 1976. Revised July 1977. iv, 97 p. Issued 
by Wastewater Treatment Section. 

no.W63. Accumulation rate and characteristics of septic tank sludge and sep- 

tage, by M. Brandes. Feb. 1977. iv, 20 p. illus. Issued by Applied Sciences Sec- 
tion. 

no.W64. Septic tank-sand filter systems for treatment of domestic sewage, by 

N.A. Chowdhry. June 1977. v, 47 p. illus. Issued by Applied Sciences Section. 

no.W65. Optimization of energy allocation in water and wastewater treatment 

systems, by G.D. Zarnett. Mar. 1977. 24 p. illus. Issued by Applied Sciences Sec- 
tion. 

no. 66. Chrysotile asbestos dilution studies, by R.B. Hunsinger, J. Lawrence and 
K.J. Roberts. May 1977, iii, 10 p. Issued jointly with Canada Centre for Inland 
Waters, Department of Fisheries and Environment, Canada. 

no. 67. Pilot plant studies to effect chrysotile asbestos fibre reduction during 
potable water treatment, by R.B. Hunsinger, J. Lawrence and K.J. Roberts. May 
1977. 40 p. illus. Issued jointly with Canada Centre for Inland Waters, Department 
of Fisheries and Environment, Canada. 

Research report. Research program for the abatement of municipal pollution 
within the provisions of the Canada-Ontario Agreement on Great Lakes Water 
Quality. Issued jointly by Environment Canada and Ontario Ministry of the Envi- 
ronment. 

no.51. Heavy metals in agricultural lands receiving chemical sewage sludges, 

volume IV, (analytical methods for sewage sludge analysis), by Jon C. Van Loon. 
1976. vi, 33 p. illus. 

no. 52. Examination of sewage and sewage sludge for enteroviruses, volume II, 
by T.P. Subrahmanyan. 1977. vii, 35 p. 

no. 53. Land application of digested sludge under adverse conditions, by Poilu- 


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tion Control Division, Public Works Department, Regional Municipality of Nia- 
gara. 1977. x, 59 p. illus. 

no. 54. Upgrading of sewage lagoon effluents, by R.W. Rupke and K. Chisholm. 
1977. v, 27 p. 

no. 55. To establish viable methods of maintaining waste treatment facility effi- 
ciencies with reference to flow variations, volume II, by James F. MacLaren Ltd. 
1977. vii, 67 p. 

no. 56. Design and performance criteria for settling tanks for the removal of 
physical-chemical floes, volume II, by G.W. Heinke, M.A. Qazi and A. Tay. 
1977. x, 115 p. 

no. 57. Malvern urban test catchement, volume 1, by J. Marsalek. 1977. viii, 
55 p. 

no. 58. Aerobic digestion of organic sludges containing inorganic phosphorus 
precipitates, volume II; sludges precipitated by lime additions to raw sewage, by 
J. Ganczarczyk and M.F.D. Hamoda. 1977. xi, 81 p. 

no. 59. Full scale studies on the thermophilic anaerobic digestion process, by J. 

Smart and B.I. Boyko. cl977. xi, 79 p. 

no. 60. Land disposal of sewage sludge, volume IV (April, 1975-March, 1976) 

by T.E. Bates [and others] cl 977. xxviii, 317 p. 

no.61. Effect of citrate and carbonate based detergents on wastewater charac- 
teristics and treatment, by E.E. Shannon, N.W. Schmidtke and P.J.A. Fowlie. 
cl977. viii, 37 p. 

no. 62. Storm water management model study, volume III, user’s manual, by 
Proctor and Redfern, limited. 1977. ix, 421 p. illus. 

no. 63. Storage for storm water quality control-Meadowvale test site study, by 

Michael P. Murrey and Jerzy G. Ganczarczyk. 1977. x, 65 p. 

no. 64. Reliability of nitrification systems with integrated phosphorus precipita- 
tion, by P.M. Sutton [and others] cl977. vi, 115 p. 

no. 65. Phosphorus reduction from continuous overflow lagoons by addition of 
coagulants to influent sewage, by H.J. Graham and R.B. Hunsinger. 1977. ix, 
76 p. 

Water supply systems operated by the Ministry of the Environment. [1977?] xi, 
190 p. map. tables. Cover title: Operating summary, water supply systems, 1976. 
Prepared by Municipal and Private Section. 


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RESOURCE RECOVERY BRANCH 

Paper recycling in Ontario, by J.A. Donnan. Aug. 1976. xi, 197 p. At head of 
cover title: Resource recovery. 

WATER RESOURCES BRANCH 

A project report on “the water quality status of Serpent Harbour, North 
Channel, 1975”; submitted in fulfillment of ULRG project report no. D-28, pre- 
pared by D.I. Ross and R.M. Chatterjee. [1977] vi, 50 p. maps. Cover title: Water 
quality status of Serpent Harbour, North Channel, 1975. Issued by: Surveys Unit, 
Planning and Co-ordination Section. 

A project report on water quality assessment of some Ontario embayments on 
Lake Huron, including Goderich, Port Elgin, Southampton, Tobermory, 
Owen Sound, Collingwood, and Parry Sound, prepared by D.I. Ross and R.M. 
Chatterjee. May 1977. vii, 109 p. illus. maps. Cover title: Water quality assessment 
of some Ontario embayments on Lake Huron, including Goderich, Port Elgin, 
Southampton, Tobermory, Owen Sound, Collingwood, and Parry Sound. Issued by 
Planning and Co-ordination Section. 

Water quality data for Ontario lakes and streams, v.8, 1973. [1976] xxxiv, 
300 p. maps. 

— v.9, 1974. [1977] xxxiii, 324 p. maps. 

Water resources bulletin. 

Ground water series. 

no. 2- 17. Water well records for Ontario, Leeds and Grenville, 1946-1972. 

1976. xii, 311 p. 

no. 2- 18. Water well records for Ontario, Dundas, Glengarry, Prescott, Rus- 
sell, Stormont, 1946-1972. 1977. xi, 263 p. map. 

no. 2- 19. Water well records for Ontario, Essex, 1946-1974. 1977. xi, 223 p. 

map. 

no. 2- 101. Data for observation wells in Ontario, 1974. 1977. xvii, 58 p. maps. 

Water resources bulletin. 

Surface water series. 

no. 3- 10. Selected streamflow data for Ontario, 1975. 1976. vii, 93 p. map. 
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no.3-11. Selected streamflow data for Ontario, 1976. 1977. vi, 77 p. map. 
Water resources report. 

no. 7. Geology and ground water resources of the Wilton Creek IHD represen- 
tative drainage basin, by Gunter Funk. 1977. xii, 96 p. illus. maps (6 maps and 1 
chart in pocket) 

REGIONAL OPERATIONS DIVISION 

The Regional Operations Division changed its name to the Regional Operations and 
Laboratories Division in April 1976. It absorbed the laboratories from the Utility 
and Laboratory Services Division. 

Air quality, Atikokan, annual report, 1975. Aug. 1976. 9, [20] leaves, maps. 
Issued by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 

Air quality, Dryden, annual report, 1975. July 1976. 8, [15] leaves, maps. 
Issued by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 

Air quality, Fort Frances, annual report, 1975. June 1976. 13, [22] leaves, 
maps. Issued by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 

Air quality, Kenora, annual report, 1975. Aug. 1976. 7, [6] leaves, maps. Issued 
by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 

Air quality, Marathon, annual report, 1975. July 1976. 6, [8] leaves, maps 
Issued by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 

Air quality, Thunder Bay, annual report, 1975. May 1976. 10, [21] leaves, 
maps. Issued by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 


REGIONAL OPERATIONS AND LABORATORIES DIVISION 

The Regional Operations and Laboratories Division was created in April 1976. It 
was formed from the Regional Operations Division and the laboratories from the 
Utility and Laboratory Services Division. 

Air quality, Atikokan, annual report, 1976. Apr. 1977. 9, [10] p. maps. Issued 
by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 

Air quality, Balmertown, annual report, 1976. July 1977. 13, [18] leaves, maps. 
Issued by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 

Air quality, Dryden, annual report, 1976. Oct. 1977. 10, [16] leaves, maps. 
Issued by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 


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Air quality, Fort Frances, annual report, 1976. June 1977. 13, [21] leaves, 
maps. Issued by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 

Air quality, Kenora, annual report, 1976. Apr. 1977. 8, [7] p. maps. Issued by 
Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 

Air quality, Marathon, annual report, 1976. June 1977. 17, [23] leaves, maps. 
Issued by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 

Air quality, Thunder Bay, annual report, 1976. June 1977. 11, [18] p. maps. 
Issued by Technical Support Section, Northwestern Region. 

Water quantity and quality survey, Gauthier subdivision, Town of Rayside- 
Balfour. May 1977. 8, 13 p. map. Prepared by Municipal & Private Abatement 
Section. 


MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES 

Annual report, 1975/76. [1977] 89 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

— 1976/77. [1977] 100 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Design & construction program, 1977/78; summary of major capital projects, 
minor capital projects, new lease purchase projects, accommodation, alterations 
projects and major projects completed in the past two years. [1977] Processed. 

Government of Ontario telephone directory. Feb. 1977. xv, 306 p. 

— Aug. 1977. xv, 316 p. 

The Ontario gazette, v.110, no. 1-53, Jan. 1-Dec. 31 . weekly. 


PRINTING SERVICES BRANCH 

Ministerial responsibility for acts. Sept. 1977. 14 p. Processed. Revised. 

Ontario Government publications, 1976 . 1977. vii, 162 p. “A cumulation of the 
monthly checklists for 1976.” Compiled in the Bibliographic Services Centre. 

Ontario Government publications, monthly checklist: liste mensuelle, v.7, 
no. 1-12, Jan. -Dec. 1977. Compiled in the Bibliographic Services Centre. 

Ontario presents a selection of useful and informative Ontario Government 
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Selected free Ontario Government publications for children and young adults, 

compiled and annotated by Marilyn H. Kogon. Co-published by the Ontario Library 
Association and the Ministry of Government Services. 2d ed. 1977. 

A selection of free Ontario Government publications. [1977] [4] p. Compiled in 
the Bibliographic Services Centre. 

A selection of Ontario Government publications. 1977. folder. Compiled in the 
Bibliographic Services Centre. 


Î PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION BOARD 
Annual report. 57th, 1976/77. [1977] 16 leaves. Processed. 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH 

Annual report, 51st, 1975/76. 1977. 42 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

— 52nd, 1976/77. 34 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Une alimentation saine et simple, grâce au Guide alimentaire canadien. 1977. 
folder. 

Allergies and you! 1977. folder. Reprinted. 

Breakfast in a hurry. 1977. folder. Reprinted. 

Current issues in infant feeding; a guide for professionals, by Catherine Arm- 
strong. 1977. 34 p. Prepared by a committee representing Ontario public health nu- 
tritionists. 

Dating the dentist. 1977. folder. Reprinted. 

Diabetes can be controlled. 1977. folder. 

Drug benefit formulary, PARCOST comparative drug index. 7th ed. 1977. 
cl977. xi, 168 p. 

— 8th ed. 1977. cl978. viii, 168 p. Effective January 1, 1978. 

Du nouveau à midi! 1977. folder. 

Easy eating with Canada’s food guide. 1977. folder. Revised. 


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Exercise should be fun. 1976. folder. Reprinted. 

Fer synonyme d’energie. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Le guide élémentaire de l’anémie. 1976. folder. 

Guidelines for the establishment of non-smoking areas. 1976. 8 p. 

Happy splashing; safety around the swimming pool. [1977] folder. 

Healthy skin; it’s up to you. 1976. [4] p. 

Hospital and nursing home beds in Metropolitan Toronto, prepared by Woods, 
Gordon & Co. Oct. 1976. 47v. Processed. 

Contents. — v.l. [Summary] — v.l. Appendices. — v.2-1. Toronto General Hospi- 
tal. — v.2-2. St. Michael’s Hospital. — v.2-3. Sunnybrook Hospital. — v.2-4. The 
Toronto Western Hospital. — v.2-5. The Wellesley Hospital. — v.2-6. Mount Sinai 
Hospital. — v.2-1 . St. Joseph’s Hospital. — v.2-8. North York General Hospital. — 
v.2-9. Toronto East General and Orthepaedic Hospital. — v.2-10. Women’s College 
Hospital. — v.2-1 1. The Hospital for Sick Children. — v.2-12. The Princess Mar- 
garet Hospital. — v.2-13. Scarborough General Hospital. — v.2-1 4. Scarborough 
Centenary Hospital. — v.2-15. The Etobicoke General Hospital. — v.2-16. North 
York Branson Hospital. — v.2-17. Queens way General Hospital. — v.2-18. The 
Doctors Hospital. — v.2-19. Humber Memorial Hospital. — v.2-20. York-Finch 
General Hospital. — v.2-21. Northwestern General Hospital. — v.2-22. Orthopaedic 
and Arthritic Hospital. — v.2-23. Central Hospital. — v.2-24. Grace Hospital (The 
Salvation Army) — v.2-25. The Riverdale Hospital. — v.2-26. St. John’s Convale- 
scent Hospital. — v.2-21 . Providence Hospital. — v.2-28. Hillcrest Hospital. — v.2- 
29. St. Bernard’s Convalescent Hospital. — v.2-30. The Queen Elizabeth Hospi- 
tal. — v.2-31. Toronto Hospital. — v.2-32. Our Lady of Mercy Hospital. — v.2-33. 
Baycrest Hospital. — v.2-34. The Runnymede Hospital. — v.2-35. Bloorview Chil- 
dren’s Hospital. — v.2-36. Clarke Institute of Psychiatry. — v.2-37. The Donwood 
Institute. — v.2-38. Lyndhurst Hospital. — v.2-39. Ontario Crippled Children’s 
Centre. — v.2-40. The Clinical Institute of the Addiction Research Foundation. — 
v.2-41. Whitby Psychiatric Hospital. — v.2-42. Queen Street Mental Health 
Centre. — v.2-43. Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital. — v.2-44. Nursing homes-inter- 
viewed. — v.2-45. Nursing homes-not interviewed. 

Iron for vitality. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Les joies de la piscine; en toute sécurité. [1977] folder. 

Metric medicine is easy. 1977. folder. 

A new deal for the noon meal. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Nutrient value of some common foods. 1977. 13 p. Reprinted. Reprinted with 
permission of the Department of National Health and Welfare. 


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OHIP practitioner care statistics, pre-audit, 1975/76. [1977] ii, 43 p. Pro- 
cessed. 

—1976/77. [1977] ii, 45 p. Processed. 

Ontario public health; some current issues, 1977. 1977. vii, 67 p. 

Une peau saine? Il n’en tient qu’à vous. 1976. [4] p^ 

Un petit déjeuner en vitesse. 1977. folder. Reprinted. 

Provincial lottery health research awards. [1977] folder. Issued by Strategic 
Planning and Research Branch. 

Rendez- vous chez le dentiste. 1977. folder. Reprinted. 

Report on the evaluation of chronic home care. Nov. 1977. 20, 4 leaves. Pro- 
cessed. 

A simple guide to anemia. 1976. folder. 

Snacks; food for thought. 1977. folder. 

The traveller’s guide to the Ontario Health Insurance Plan. 1977. 14 p. Re- 
printed. 

Working paper on school food services, prepared by committee of local official 
health agency and Ontario Ministry of Health nutritionists. Mar. 1976. Revised 
1977. lip. Processed. 

You and your hearing. 1977. folder, illus. Reprinted. 


CHEST DISEASE SERVICE 

Chest clinic schedule, 1977. [1977] 54 leaves. Processed. 

Tuberculosis in Ontario, 1975, prepared from the Ontario Tuberculosis Register. 
[1977] 57 p. Processed. 


DRUGS AND THERAPEUTICS BRANCH 

Supply of drugs to nursing homes and homes for the aged in Ontario; commit- 
tee report submitted September 1976. 1976. 1 v. various pagings. loose-leaf. Pro- 
cessed. Chairman: J.K.W. Ferguson. 


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HEALTH PROMOTION BRANCH 

Community health services bulletin. Mar. -Nov. 1977. illus. irregular. 

Guidelines for hearing testing programs in preschool and school age children. 

Dec. 1976. iii, 11 leaves. Processed. At head of title: Preventive health services for 
children. 


ADDICTION RESEARCH FOUNDATION 

Annual report. 1975/76. [1976] 77 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

— 1976/77. [1977] ix, 108 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Addictions, v.24, no. 1-4, spring-winter 1977. illus. quarterly. Ceased publica- 
tion. 

The ethical pharmaceutical industry and some of its economic aspects; an anno- 
tated bibliography, compiled at the Addiction Research Foundation by David C. Se- 
vigny. cl977. xiv, 521 p. (Bibliographic series, no. 13) 

Facts about amphetamines (and other central nervous system stimulants) Re- 
vised. Sept. 1975. [4] p. 

Facts about cannabis (marijuana, hashish, etc.) Revised Dec. 1976. [4] p. 

The Journal, v.6, no. 1-12, Jan. -Dec. 1977. illus. monthly. 

Therapeutic communities for the management of addictions; a critically anno- 
tated bibliography, by B. Gail Frankel [and others] cl976. xvii, 204 p. (Bibliogra- 
phic series, no. 12) 

Tobacco. Revised July 1976. [4] p. 


DENTURE THERAPISTS APPEAL BOARD 
Annual report. 1st, 1976. [1977] 5 leaves. Processed. 


HEALTH DISCIPLINES BOARD 


Annual report. 1st, 1976. [1977] 8, 2, [26] leaves. Processed. 


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HEALTH SCIENCES EDUCATION COMMITTEE 

A joint committee of the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Colleges and Univer- 
sities. 

Task Force on the Funding of Clinical Education (Medicine) in the Province of 
Ontario. 

The funding of clinical education (medicine) in the Province of Ontario; phase 
II, recommendations for change. Jan. 1977. 26, [6] leaves. Processed. Chairman: 
J.W. Aldis. 


ONTARIO BOARD OF FUNERAL SERVICES 

In 1914 the Board of Examiners for Embalmers and Funeral Directors was estab- 
lished under the Department of Health. In 1977 it was renamed the Ontario Board 
of Funeral Services. It is a government appointed board to license, to receive com- 
plaints and to discipline funeral services establishments in Ontario. 

Facts about funerals; consumer information. [1977] folder. 


ONTARIO CANCER INSTITUTE 

Annual report, the Ontario Cancer Institute, incorporating the Princess Mar- 
garet Hospital, 1976. 1977. 59 p. illus. map. 


ONTARIO CANCER TREATMENT AND RESEARCH FOUNDATION 
Cancer in Ontario, 1976. [1977] xiv, 278 p. illus. 


ONTARIO COUNCIL OF HEALTH 

The distribution of hospital and nursing home beds in Metropolitan Ontario; a 

report of the Ontario Council of Health. Mar. 1977. [20], 87 leaves. Processed. A 
report of the Task Force on Distribution of Hospital and Nursing Home Beds in 
Metropolitan Toronto. Chairman: William R. Allen. 

A framework for the development of a data base for district health councils; a 

report of the Work Group on Data Requirements for District Health Council Plan- 
ning. Nov. 1976. [98] leaves. Processed. 

An estimate of the economic burden of ill-health; toward the establishment of 
health research priorities, by R.D. Fraser, R.A. Spasoff and M.G. Prime. 1976. 
69 p. 


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Health research priorities for Ontario. 1977. 75 p. Prepared by the Committee 
on Health Research and Development. 

The planning function of district health councils. Sept. 1977. 23, [5] leaves. 
Processed. 

Report of the Task Force on the Planning Function of District Health Councils. 

May 1977. [123] leaves, map (folded) Processed. 

ONTARIO MENTAL HEALTH FOUNDATION 

Annual report. 1976/77. 1977. 16 p. illus. Report year ends Mar. 31. 


MINISTRY OF HOUSING 

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Annual report, 1975/76. [1977] 53 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. Includes the an- j 
nual reports of the Ontario Housing Corporation, and Ontario Student Housing Cor- j 
poration for the calendar year 1975, and the Ontario Mortgage Corporation for the | 
period Jan. 1, 1975 to Mar. 31, 1976. 

— 1976/77. [1977] 52 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. Includes the annual reports of I 
Ontario Housing Corporation and Ontario Student Housing Corporation for the cal- j 
endar year 1976, and the Ontario Mortgage Corporation for the period April 1, 1976 
to March 31, 1977. 

Aperçu. [1976] 2 no. irregular. 

Highlights of the Townsend community plan. Aug. 1977. 24 p. illus. maps. 

Housing Ontario, v.21, no.l&2-9, Jan. /Feb. -Dec. 1977. 8 nos. illus. irregular, 
no. 4 special issue. 

Outline. Nov. 1976 (3 nos.); Jan. 1977 (2 nos.); Mar. 1977 (1 no.); Apr. 1977 (9 
nos.); Aug. 1977 (1 nos.) irregular. 

Townsend community development program; planning information kit. 1976. 5 
pieces (in portfolio) maps. 

Townsend community development program, phase I report; a study prepared 
for the Townsend Community Development Program by Llewelyn-Davies Weeks 
Canada ltd. [and others] Mar. 1976. [93] p. illus. maps. 

Townsend community development program, phase II report; a study prepared . 
for the Townsend Community Development Program by Llewelyn-Davies Weeks 
Canada ltd. [and others] Sept. 1976. 75 p. illus. maps (1 in pocket) 


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Townsend community development program, phase III report; a study prepared 
for the Townsend Community Development Program by Llewelyn-Davies Weeks 
Canada ltd. [and others] Mar. 1977. 84 p. illus. maps (1 in pocket) 

Townsend community plan. 1977. 100 p. illus. maps (1 in pocket) Prepared by 
Llewelyn-Davies Weeks Canada ltd. [and others] under the direction of the Town- 
send Community Development Program. 

Townsend town centre planning study; preliminary urban design of the town 
centre. 1977. vii, 48 p. illus. maps. 


COMMUNITY RENEWAL BRANCH 

Community improvement resource kit. July 1977. 1 v. various pagings. map. 

An evaluation of the Ontario Home Renewal Program; a report prepared by 
Peter Barnard Associates. 1976. x, 43, [28] p. 

Ontario home renewal program. Revised 1977. folder. 


LOCAL PLANNING POLICY BRANCH 

A guide to the Planning Act. [1977] ii, 70 p. Issued by Programs Section. 

Guidelines for metric conversion of planning documents. Sept. 1977. iii, 21 
leaves. Processed. 

A planner’s reference to legislation in Ontario, 1977. 1977. [87] p. 


OPERATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT CONTROL BRANCH 

The Operations and Development Control Branch was created as part of the 1976 
reorganization of the Plans Administration Division. The Branch fulfills both a line 
function involving the monitoring and approval of a wide range of local bylaws and 
administers provincial land use controls and a support function, involving the pro- 
vision of technical and administrative services to the Division as a whole. 

Land severance; planning guidelines for land division committees and committees 
of adjustment. 1976. 15 p. illus. 

Procedural guidelines on consent. May 1977. 65, [25] p. maps. 

— Revised Aug. 1977. 65, [24] p. maps. 


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Public road allowances — an explanatory guideline. Revised Aug. 1977. 24, 
[5]p. 

Rural estate guidelines. [1976] i, 32 p. illus. 

Subdivision control part-lot control and deeming of registered plans. Revised 
Aug. 1977. [40] p. map. 

Subdivisions control; part-lot control and deeming of registered plans. 1976. 19, 
[18] p. map. 


PLANNING ACT REVIEW COMMITTEE 
Background paper. 

no.l. Planning issues: the public consultation program, by Karen Bricker (re- 
search associate) 1977. 229, [58] p. map. Based on research by John Carson, 
Frances Frisken and Karen Bricker. 

no. 2. Operation of municipal planning, by John Carson (part one) and Peter 
McNabb (part two) 1977. 55 p. 

no. 3. Municipal planning and the natural environment, by Reg Lang and Au- 
drey Armour. 1977. 86, [4] p. 

no. 4. Citizen participation in the preparation of municipal plans, by John Bous- 
field Associates. 1977. 49 p. 

no. 5. Planning for small communities, by Gerald Hodge. 1977. 17 p. 

Report of the Planning Act Review Committee. Apr. 1977. xiv, 186, [l]p. 
map. 


POLICY AND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT SECRETARIAT 

The Policy and Program Development Secretariat was established in 1974. It initi- 
ates, directs and undertakes research and program development work and monitors 
related activities within the government and the private sector to provide policy and 
program development advice to the Ministry of Housing and to government. 

Ontario housing requirements 1976-2001, prepared by Peter Barnard Associates. 
Feb. 1977. v, 26 p. Processed. 

Ontario housing requirements 1976-2001; appendices to the report, prepared by 

Peter Barnard Associates. Feb. 1977. 50, 22, 4 p. Processed. 


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ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Assisted rental housing for families. Revised 1977. [4] p. 

Housing for senior citizens. Revised 1977. folder, illus. 

Introducing your community relations worker. Revised 1976 [4] p. Issued by 
Community Relations Branch. 

User study: zero lot line concept, prepared by Michèle Harding, Kerry Wasser- 
man and Andrew Zdanowicz. July 1975. ix, 140 p. Processed. Issued by Research 
and Development Section. 


MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM 

Ontario industry, trade and tourism review, 1975/76. May 1976. 72 p. illus. 

Ontario review, 1976-77. 1977. 64 p. illus. maps. Review of the activities of the 
ministry. Produced by the Communications Division. 

Film production directory, Ontario, Canada; feature films 35 mm., commer- 
cials, television. Revised Aug. 1976. v, 169 p. 

Ontario trade and export journal. Jan. /Feb. -Mar. /Apr. 1977. illus. bimonthly. 
Continued by Ontario business news. 


DIVISION OF INDUSTRY 

The Division of Industry was absorbed by the Division of Industry and Trade on 
January 1, 1977 as a result of a ministry reorganization. 

Doing business in Ontario, Canada. Revised Jan. 1976. 23 p. 

[Doing business in Ontario, Canada] 1976. 24 p. Title and text in Japanese. 

L’exploitation d’une entreprise en Ontario, Canada. Révision jan. 1976. 23 p. 

Geschàftspraxis in Ontario, Kanada Neuauflage Jan. 1976. 30 p. 


DIVISION OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE 

The Division of Industry and Trade was established on January 1 , 1977 as a result 
of a ministry reorganization. 


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Directory of industrial development contacts, 1977. [1977] xxvii, 60 leaves. Pro- 
cessed. Prepared by Industry Branch. 

A guide to doing business in Ontario. 1977. 34 p. 

Industry + trade services. 1977. 32 p. illus. map. 

Manufacturing & diversification opportunities, merger & acquisitions, joint 
ventures, licensing, inventions, production facilities, contracts. Bulletin no. 171- 
176, Jan. -June 1977. monthly. Continued by Manufacturing + marketing oppor- 
tunities. 

Manufacturing + marketing opportunities, mergers & acquisitions, joint ven- 
tures, licensing, inventions, production facilities, contracts, sales leads, agents & 
distributors, incoming buyers, capital projects, products & processes. Bulletin no. 
177-180, July/ Aug. -Nov. /Dec. 1977. monthly. Continues Manufacturing & diver- 
sification opportunities. 

Ontario business news. June/July-Dec. 1977. bi-monthly. 4 nos. Provides busi- 
ness people with information on business and government activity in the province. 

Ontario, Canada’s province of opportunity. 1977. [24] p. illus. map. 

Ontario exports by countries and commodities, 1976. 1977. 24 p. 

Plastics for energy conservation; Ontario’s Energy Management Program. [1977] 
20 p. illus. 


DIVISION OF TOURISM 

The Division of Tourism was officially established in 1975. 

Accommodations, Ontario, Canada, 1977. 1977. 107 p. Cover title: Welcome to 
Ontario, Canada! This is your 1977 guide to accommodation. 

Boating, Ontario, Canada, 1977. 1977. 40 p. maps. 

Camping, Ontario, Canada, 1977. 1977. 80, [6] p. illus. maps. 

City life. Country life. And the vacation of your life, Ontario/Canada. 1977. 
folder. 



Profiles of Ontario municipalities, 1977. 1977. 2 v. (loose-leaf) 


Convention and meeting guide, Ontario, Canada. 1977. 32 p. illus. map. 


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Events and attractions, Ontario, Canada, 1977. 1977. folder. 

Fall events, Ontario, Canada, 1977. 1977. 19 p. illus. 

Fishing & hunting in Ontario, 1977. 1976. 84 p. illus. 

Framework for opportunity; a guide for tourism development in Ontario, Canada. 
1977. 25 p. illus. 

Ontario, Canada: how it was, how it is, how it will be. [1977] [50] p. illus. 
Spring events, Ontario, Canada, 1977. 1977. 19 p. illus. 

Summer events, Ontario, Canada, 1977. 1977. 23 p. 

Sur la route des pionniers: heritage highways, Ontario & Quebec, Canada. 

[1977] 60 p. illus. English and French. Published jointly with the government of the 
Province of Quebec. 

This is festival country, “The four season vacationland”; “Things to see and 
do” in festival country. [1977] 44 p. Listing events from April 1, 1977 through 
March 31, 1978. 

Tourism development in Ontario: a framework for opportunity. [1977] 2 v. 
illus. maps. Processed. Prepared for the Division of Tourism by Balmer, Crapo & 
Associates Inc. 

Contents. — v.l. [Report] — v.2. Appendices. 

Tours, Ontario, Canada. 1977. 48 p. illus. 

Travel agents’ manual, Ontario, Canada, 1977. [1977] 132 p. illus. maps. Is- 
sued by Travel Trade & Convention Services, Tourism Marketing Branch. 

Welcome to the traveller’s encyclopaedia of Ontario. 1976. 108 p. illus. maps. 
Reprinted. 

— [1977] 96 p. illus. maps. 

We’ll make your next meeting a vacation to remember, Ontario/Canada. 1977. 
folder. 

Winter events, Ontario, Canada, 77/78. 1977. 15 p. illus. 

Winter in Ontario/Canada, 1977/78. 1977. 48 p. illus. Includes information on 
alpine ski locations, cross-country touring, snowmobiling, winter parks and ice 
fishing. 


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AGENT GENERAL IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 

Ontario bulletin. London, Eng. Feb. -Dec. 1977/Jan. 1978. illus. monthly. 


THE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS 

The Development Corporations ‘ ‘provide financial and advisory services to busi- 
ness, in order to stimulate industrial growth, economic development and employ- 
ment opportunities in the province .” 

Des affaires florissantes grâce aux sociétés de développement de l’Ontario. 

[1977] folder, map. 

Come grow with Ontario’s development corporations. [1977] folder. 

Incentive loans, term loans, export financing available from Eastern Ontario 
Development Corporation. [1976] 10 leaves. Processed. Issued by Eastern On- 
tario Development Corporation. 

Incentive loans, term loans, export financing available from Northern Ontario 
Development Corporation. [1976] 10 leaves. Processed. Issued by Northern On- 
tario Development Corporation. 

Incentive loans, term loans, export financing available from Ontario Develop- 
ment Corporations. [1976] 10 leaves. Processed. Issued by Ontario Development 
Corporation. 

Tourist industry loans available from Eastern Ontario Development Corpora- 
tion. [1976] 4 leaves. Processed. Issued by Eastern Ontario Development Corpora- 
tion. 

Tourist industry loans available from Northern Ontario Development Cor- 
poration. [1976] 4 leaves. Processed. Issued by Northern Ontario Development 
Corporation. 

Tourist industry loans available from Ontario Development Corporation. 

[1976] 4 leaves. Processed. Issued by Ontario Development Corporation. 


ONTARIO PLACE 

Annual report, 1974/75. [1976?] 5 leaves. Processed. Report year ends Mar. 31. 
— 1975/76. [1976] [3] leaves. Processed. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Ontario Place, park’77. [1977] folder. 


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ONTARIO RESEARCH FOUNDATION 
Annual report, 1976. [1977] 32 p. illus. 

We are Ontario Research. Jan. 1977. [14] p. Included in Annual report. 


MINISTRY OF LABOUR 

Annual report. 58th, 1976-1977. [1977] 50 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Employment facts for Ontario students. [1977] folder. 

Functions of the Ontario Ministry of Labour. [1976] 17, [7] leaves [loose-leaf] 
Prepared to assist the media and other interested parties by explaining the role and 
operations of the various branches of the Ministry. Issued by Information Services 
Branch. 

Speakers Bureau. [1977] folder. Issued by Information Services Branch. An intro- 
ductory leaflet explaining the availability of speakers from the various areas of the 
Ministry. 

Working in Ontario. 1977. folder. 


EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS BRANCH 

The Employment Standards Act. July 1976. [20] p. Revised. A bulletin explain- 
ing labour standards for employees working in Ontario. 


RESEARCH BRANCH 
Bargaining information series. 

no. 20. Cost-of-living provisions in Ontario collective bargaining agreements, 
October 1976. Jan. 1977. ii, 12 p. Processed. 

no. 21. Paid absence provisions in Ontario collective bargaining agreements, 
June 1976: company pay for union business, jury duty and bereavement leave, 
rest periods and wash-up time. Feb. 1977. 9 p. Processed. 

no. 22. Severance pay plans in Ontario collective bargaining agreements De- 
cember 1976. Mar. 1977. iii, 14 p. Processed. 


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no. 23. Paid vacations and paid holidays in Ontario collective agreements, Jan- 
uary 1977 . June 1977. ii, 24 p. Processed. 

no. 24. Life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment insurance 
plans in Ontario collective agreements, February 1977 . July 1977. ii, 12 p. Pro- 
cessed. 

no. 25. O.H.I.P., major medical, prescription and dental plans in Ontario col- 
lective agreements, April 1977 . Sept. 1977. iii, 16 p. Processed. 

Collective bargaining settlements and negotiations in Ontario. Jan. -Nov. 1977. 
monthly. Processed. Prepared jointly with Labour Canada. 

Collective bargaining settlements and negotiations in Ontario, cumulative 
index, July to December 1976. [1977] 17 p.; January to March 1977. [1977] 8 p.; 
January to June 1977. [1977] 19 p. Prepared jointly by Labour Canada and the On- 
tario Ministry of Labour. 

Employment information series. 

no. 20. Part-time work in Ontario: 1966 to 1976, by Gord Robertson. Aug. 1976. 
24 p. Processed. 

Hours, wages and related payments in the Ontario construction industry, 

1977. Mar. 1977. 181 p. 

A manpower study of the food processing and beverage industry in Ontario, by 

Richard M. Myron. June 1977. 114 p. 

Ontario collective bargaining agreements expirations. 10th, 1977. Jan. 1977. 
41 p. Processed. 

Wage developments in collective bargaining settlements in Ontario, 3d-4th 
quarter, 1976. lst-2d quarter, 1977. quarterly. Processed. 


RESEARCH LIBRARY 
Bibliography series. 

no. 6 . Human rights in intergroup relations — a community approach, compiled 
by Frances Krayewski for the Ontario Human Rights Commission. Aug. 1977. 
13 p. Processed. 

no. 7. Employee benefits: a selected bibliography, compiled by Roselyn Ander- 
son. Sept. 1977. 23 p. Processed. 


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no. 8 . Blacks in Ontario: a selected bibliography, 1965-1976, compiled by Donna 
Breyfogle and Marian Dworaczek. Sept. 1977. 27 p. Processed. 

no. 9. Labour topics: a selected bibliography, compiled by Marian Dworaczek. 
Oct. 1977. 78 p. Processed. 

Library selections. no.96-106A, Jan. -Dec. monthly. Processed. Each issue in 2 
parts. 


WOMEN’S BUREAU 

Affirmative action for women in employment; bibliography. 1976. [3]p. 
Processed. 

Congé de grossesse en Ontario. 1976. folder. Revised. 

Congedo per maternita’ in Ontario. 1976. folder. Revised. 

Job search. Revised 1977. 40 p. 

Labour law in action; six case studies about women. 1977 [16] p. Reprinted. 

Law and the woman in Ontario. [1977] 51 p. Revised. 

Leggi dell ’Ontario in materia di lavoro di particolare interesse per le donne che 
lavorano. die. 1976. [4] p. Revised. 

Leis do trabalho de interesse para mulheres. junho 1976. [2] p. Revised. 
Licença par gravidez em Ontario. 1976. folder. Revised. 

La loi et la femme en Ontario. [1976] 50 p. 

Ontario labour legislation of interest to working women. June 1977. [4] p. 
Revised. 

— Oct. 1977. [4] p. Reprinted. 

[Ontario labour legislation of interest to working women] 1977. [10] p. Pro- 
cessed. Title and text in Cree. 

[Ontario labour legislation of interest to working women] 1976. [4] p. Revised. 
Title and text in Greek. 

The Ontario Women’s Bureau, what, why, how. 1976. folder. Revised. 

Pregnancy leave in Ontario. 1977. folder. 


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[Pregnancy leave in Ontario] 1977. folder. Title and text in Cree. 

[Pregnancy leave in Ontario] 1976. folder. Title and text in Greek. Revised. 

Selected bibliography: affirmative action for women in employment. [1977 ] [3] 
leaves. 

Sex discrimination in employment; how to file a complaint under the Human 
Rights Code. [1977] folder. Describes how the Ontario Human Rights code protects 
women. 

Women’s Bureau newsletter, v.2, no. 1-2, Apr. -July 1977. quarterly. Provides in- 
formation about women in the labour force, employment opportunities, labour leg- 
islation and resources and services for women. 


ONTARIO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION 
I diritti umani nell’ Ontario. [1977] folder. Reprinted. 

Les droits de l’homme et l’emploi; guide destiné aux employeurs, aux employés et 
aux agences d’emploi, nov. 1976. [8] p. 

Human relations, v.16, 1976-1977. illus. annual. Combined issue 1976-1977. 

Human rights in employment; a guide for employers, employees, and employ- 
ment agencies. Revised 1977. [8] p. 

Human rights in Ontario. [1977] folder. Revised. 

— Revised 1977. folder. 

Human rights in public accommodation. [1977] folder. Revised. 

— Revised 1977. folder. 

Human rights news, v.l, no.l, Nov. 1976; v.2, no.l, Apr. 1977. quarterly. 

Impiego e diritti umani; una guida per datori de lavoro dipendenti e agenzie di col- 
locamento. nov. 1976. [8] p. 

It hurts, man. It hurts. Jan. 1977. [26] p. Seven dialogues on police- minority 
relations. 

Life together; a report on human rights in Ontario. 1977. 139 p. 


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Monthly bulletin, v.6, no. 10-12, Jan. -Mar. 1977. v.7, no. 1-9, Apr. -Dec. 1977. 
— Index, v.5 [12] p. 

— Index, v.6 [16] p. 

ONTARIO LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD 

A guide to the Ontario Labour Relations Act. Jan. 1977. 59 p. 

Reports; a monthly series of decisions from the Ontario Labour Relations Board. 
Jan. -Sept. 1977. Cover title: Decisions. 

— Consolidated index, 1975. [1976] 59 p. 

— Consolidated index, 1976. [1977] 46 p. 

WORKMEN’S COMPENSATION BOARD 
Annual report, 1976. [1977] 33, 10, 4 p. 

Compensator, v.5, no. 1-11, Jan. -Dec. 1977. illus. monthly. A staff newspaper. 
WBC report. Jan. /Feb. -Sept. /Oct. 1977. illus. bimonthly. 


MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET 

Expenditure estimates, 1977/78. v.l. General government. [1977] 121 p. 

Expenditure estimates, 1977/78. v.2. Justice policy field. [1977] 80 p. 

Expenditure estimates, 1977/78. v.3. Resources development policy field. [1977] 
147 p. 

Manpower control in the Ontario government. Apr. 1977. 13, [2] leaves. 
Processed. 

Report of the Review Committee Teachers’ Superannuation Adjustment Fund 
Account for the year ended March 31, 1977. Sept. 1977. folder. 


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Supplementary expenditure estimates, [no.l] 1977/78. [1977] [3] leaves. 
— [no. 2] 1977/78. 13 leaves. Processed. 

— no.3, 1977/78. [1977] 3 leaves. 

— no.4, 1977/78. [1977] 6 leaves. 

— no.5, 1977/78. [1977] 2 leaves. 


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Annual report, 1975/76. [1977] 30 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

— 1976/77. [1977] 35 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Algonquin Provincial Park hiking trails for back packers. 1977. folder, maps. 

All that glisters . . . 1977. folder, illus. map. Describes the geology and principal 
minerals of Ontario. 

Birds of Algonquin Provincial Park. 1977. [48] p. illus. Drawings by Howard 
Coneybeare. Revised. 

A discussion paper on flood plain management alternatives in Ontario. 1977. 
19 p. map. 

Fishing, 1977. [1977] folder, maps. 

Contents. — Summary of the fishing regulations. — Angling seasons. 

Fishing maps; list of maps of 546 surveyed lakes in Ontario. June 1977. [10] p. 
map. 

Flood plain criteria and management evaluation study, prepared by M.M. Dil- 
lon, limited and James F. MacLaren, limited for the Ministry of Natural Resources 
and the Ministry of Housing. Dec. 1976. viii, 77, [27] p. maps. Processed, 

Flood plain criteria and management evaluation study; working papers. May 
1977. 4 v. Prepared by M.M. Dillon, limited and James F. MacLaren, limited for 
the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Ministry of Housing. 

Contents. — V.A. i. Flood plain management: the state of the art. ii. Flood plain 
management practices in Ontario, iii. Review of Canadian flood plain management 
practices, iv. Flood plain management in the United States, v. Review of interna- 
tional flood plain management practices. — V.B. vi. Hydrology, vii. Computer mo- 


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delling. — V.C. viii. Historical flood damages, ix. Methods of assessment of flood 
control alternatives, xii. Institutional aspects of flood plain management. 

Forest tree grower’s calendar. [1977] folder. 

The Griffon, v.3, no.l&2-4, winter-autumn 1976/77. illus. quarterly. News bulle- 
tin for Grey and Bruce Counties, issued by Owen Sound District, 611 Ninth Avenue 
East, Owen Sound, Ontario. 

Hello, this house! If you’re a good sport with a shotgun. [1977] folder, illus. An 
invitation to hunt wild goose with the Indians of the Northern Tundra. Includes 
sources for further information on the camps. 

How much do you really know about forest fires? [1977] folder. 

How to survive in the woods. [1977] 2 p. 

Hunter’s handbook, part II. 1970. Revised 1977. 128 p. illus. 

Hunting, 1977; summary of the regulations. [1977] folder, illus. maps. 

In and around Wasaga Beach. [1975] folder, illus. 

Mineral aggregate study and geological inventory, Southwestern Region of On- 
tario, prepared by Proctor & Redfern, limited and Gartner Lee Associates, limited. 
Mar. 1977. i, [198] p. 

Mineral aggregate study and geological inventory, Southwestern Region of On- 
tario; a summary of the report, prepared by Proctor & Redfern, limited and Gartner 
Lee Associates, limited. [1977] 16 p. illus. 

Ontario fish and wildlife review, v.15, no. 3-4, fall-winter 1976; v.16, no. 1-2, 
spring-summer 1977. illus. quarterly. Published by Division of Fish and Wildlife. 

Ontario junior rangers. [1977] 14 p. illus. 

Ontario map catalogue, 1977. [1977] 25 p. map. Lists maps produced by minis- 
tries and commissions of the Ontario government up to December 31, 1976. 

Ontario’s conservation authorities. [1977] 14 p. illus. map. 

Ontario’s public land; a guide to its use. 1976. 16 p. maps. 

Operation doorstop angling: Metropolitan Toronto fishery project report, by 

Ian D. Macnab and Robert A. Hester. 1976. 2 v. maps. Published jointly with the 
Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. 

Contents. — v. 1. The fishery resource. — v.2. Management recommendations. 


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Operation doorstop angling: Metropolitan Toronto fishery project summary, 

by Ian D. Macnab and Robert A. Hester. 1976. 11 p. map. Published jointly with 
the Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. 

Out of the woods . . . [1977] folder, illus. Describes the process of providing 
wood-based materials and consumer products. 

Preparation of moose and deer hides. 1977. folder. Revised. 

Price list, maps & publications. 1977. [4] p. illus. Issued by Public Service 
Centre, Administrative Services Branch. 

Proposed policy, Northwestern Ontario planning region. Sept. 1977. v, 72 p. 
maps. Processed. Part of the Ministry’s Strategic land use plan, phase II. 

Publications, spring 1977. 1977. folder. 

—fall 1977. [1977] folder. 

Renewing the forest. [1977] folder, illus. 

Shrubs for wildlife, by David Euler. 1977. folder. 

Statistics, 1976; a statistical supplement to the Annual report of the Minister of Nat- 
ural Resources for the year ending March 31, 1976. [1977] 1 14 p. 

Sudbury area canoe routes. 1977. folded map (Map 77A) Cartography by Surveys 
and Mapping Branch. 

Summary of the Ontario regulations which apply to trapping and fur dealing, 

open seasons. 1977. 12 p. 

Supplement your heat with wood, by C.F. Coons. [1977] 11 p. illus. Reprint 
from Your Forests, v.9, no. 3, winter 1976. 

Toronto angler’s guide; a guide to fish and fishing in the Toronto area, 1976, by 
Ian D. Macnab and Robert A. Hester. [1977] [32] p. illus. map. Includes: Fishing, 
1977; summary of the regulations (in pocket) 

What you should know about restricted fire zones. It’s important. [1977] 
folder. 

Winter fires; the fuses have been lit. [1977] folder. 


CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES BRANCH 
Conservation areas in Ontario. [1977] folder, map. 


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FOREST FIRE CONTROL BRANCH 

Forest fire statistics, 1976. [1977] 105 leaves. Processed. At head of title: Infor- 
mation report. 


FOREST MANAGEMENT BRANCH 

Another plague of forest tent caterpillars, by W.L. Sippell and A.H. Rose. 
[1977] 8 p. illus. Reprinted from Your forests, v.10, no.l, spring 1977. 

Common pests of evergreen trees in Ontario; how to identify and control damage 
by insects, diseases and wildlife. 1977. folder. [Special publication PC. 1 ] Issued by 
Pest Control Section. 

Improved seed for future forests, by C.H. Lane. [1976] [3] p. illus. Reprinted 
from Your forests, v.3, no.l, winter 1970. 

Nursery notes, no.46-51, May-Sept., 1977. irregular. Processed. 

The planting of hardwood trees and shrubs. 1974, reprinted 1977. 28 p. illus. 

A silvicultural guide to the hard maple, yellow birch and hemlock working 
group in Ontario, by D.S. Bruce and C.J. Heeney. Reprinted 1977. i, 50, [18] 
leaves. Processed. 

A silvicultural guide to the white pine working group. Sept. 1973. 34 leaves. 
Processed. Reprinted 1977. 

Sugar bush management for maple syrup producers, by C.F. Coons. Reprinted 
1976. 41 p. illus. 

Your forests, v.10, no. 1-3, spring-winter 1977. illus. 3 nos. a year. 


FOREST RESEARCH BRANCH 

Forest research 76; annual program report on the Forest Research Branch. 1976. 
1977. iii, 39 p. 

Forest research note. 

no.l. A test of containers and method of storage for spring lifting of nursery 
stock, by R.E. Mullin and K. Blum. 1975. 3 p. 

no. 2. Underplanting tests with red and white pine in Southern Ontario, by R.E. 
Mullin. 1975. 4 p. 


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no. 3. Effect of lifting and planting dates on survival and growth of spring 
stored nursery stock, by R.E. Mullin and L. Forcier. 1976 [4] p. 

no. 4. The rooting ability of winter stored and freshly planted cuttings of Leuce 
duby (Aspen) hybrid clones, by L. Zsuffa and G.H. Saul. 1976. 4 p. 

no. 5. Irregular growth of outplanted red pine. I. The influence of nursery her- 
bicidal practices, by C. Glerum, J.G. Boufford and J.M. Paterson. 1977. 4 p. 

no. 6 . Irregular growth of outplanted red pine. II. The influence of handling 
and planting on first-year performance, by G. Pierpoint [and others] 1977. 4 p. 

no. 7. Differential effects of seedbed density on seedling growth, by Keith 
McClain. 1977. 4 p. 

no. 8 . Corrugated-plastic shelters for growing forest tree seedlings, by V.H.H. 
Williamson. 1977. 4 p. illus. 

no. 9. A test of heeling-in to harden stock for frozen overwinter storage in poly- 
bags and kraft bags. By. R.E. Mullin and W.R. Bunting. 1977. 4 p. 

no. 10. Agricol, clay and water dipping tests with jack pine and black spruce 
nursery stock, by R.E. Mullin and R.E. Hutchi[n]son. 1977. 3 p. 

no. 11. Collection of spruce cuttings for vegetative propagation, by R. Marie 
Rauter. 1977. 4 p. illus. 

Forest research report. 

no. 103. Farming hybrid poplar for food and fibre: an exploratory study of the 
seasonal above-ground biomass, by H.W. Anderson and L. Zsuffa. 1977. 8 p. 


SURVEYS AND MAPPING BRANCH 

Naming Ontario; a guide to the collection of geographic names. 1977. 22 p. maps. 
Issued by Ontario Geographic Names Board. 

Task Force on Geographical Referencing. Report, nos. 3,4 and 7 in this series 
were not published. 

no. 5. Report of a visit to surveys and mapping organizations in the United 
Kingdom, Federal Republic of Germany, Finland and Sweden made in Febru- 
ary, 1975, by Richard Groot. [1977] 19, 1 p. 

no. 6 . Automated cartography subsystem demonstration for the Ministry of 
Natural Resources, by J. Linders. [1977] i, 14, 1 p. 


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no. 8. Computer assisted cartographic systems as further aids to geographical 
referencing; a review of several advanced automated cartography systems, then- 
purpose, operational techniques, equipment, data base facilities and current immi- 
nent capabilities. [1977] 19, 13 p. maps. 


TIMBER SALES BRANCH 

The forest industry in the economy of Ontario. 1977. viii, 63 p. map. 


DIVISION OF MINES 
Geoscience report. 

no. 141. Quaternary geology of the Orangeville area, Southern Ontario, by 

W.R. Cowan. 1976. vii, 98 p. illus. maps (3 in folder) 

no. 143. Geology of Frechette, McNamara and Cotton Townships, District of 
Sudbury, by H.D. Meyn. 1976. vii, 58 p. illus. maps (1 in pocket) 

no. 146. Geology of Fawcett and Leonard Townships, Districts of Sudbury and 
Timiskaming, by M.W. Carter. 1977. viii, 50 p. illus. maps (1 in pocket) 

no. 147. Geology of the Cutler area, District of Algoma, by J.A. Robertson. 
1977. viii, 73 p. illus. maps (2 maps and 2 charts in pocket) 

no. 148. Quaternary geology of the St. Marys area, Southern Ontario, by P.F. 
Karrow. 1977. v, 59 p. maps (1 in pocket) 

no. 149. Geology of Walters and Leduc Townships, District of Thunder Bay, by 

W.O. Mackasey. 1976. viii, 58 p. illus. maps (1 in pocket) 

no. 152. Geology of Macmurchy and Tyrrell Townships, Districts of Sudbury 
and Timiskaming, by M.W. Carter. 1977. vii, 69 p. illus. maps (1 in folder) 

no. 153. Geology of the Pukaskwa River-University River area, Districts of Al- 
goma and Thunder Bay, by Gerald Bennett and P.C. Thurston. 1977. viii, 60 p. 
illus. maps (2 maps and 1 chart in pocket) 

no. 155. Geology of the Saunders Lake area, District of Algoma, by F.W. Chan- 
dler. 1976. vi, 46 p. illus. maps (1 in pocket) 

no. 159. Geology of the Kabinakagami Lake area, District of Algoma, by G.M. 
Siragusa. 1977. v, 39 p. maps (1 in pocket) 

no. 160. Geology of McCubbin, Poisson, and McGillis Townships, (Savant 


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Lake area), District of Thunder Bay, by W.D. Bond. 1977. vii, 78 p. illus. maps 
( 1 in pocket) 

Geoscience study. After no. 17 known as Ontario Geological Survey study. 

no. 16. Stratigraphy, sedimentology, and petrology of the Huronian super- 
group in the Sudbury-Espanola area, by K.D. Card, D.G. Innés and R.L. De- 
bicki. 1977. vii, 99 p. illus. maps (4 charts in pocket) 

Mineral exploration assistance program, 1977-1978. [1977] folder, maps. 

Mineral deposits circular. 

no. 15. Clay and shale deposits of Ontario, by G.R. Buillet. 1977. viii, 117 p. 
illus. maps (1 in pocket) 

Mineral policy background paper. 

no. 3. Towards a zinc policy for the province of Ontario, by K.S. Rachmalla and 
D.H. Bell. Dec. 1976. xii, 259 p. maps. Issued by Metallic Minerals Section, Min- 
eral Resources Branch. 

Miscellaneous paper. 

no. 67. Summary of field work, 1976, by the Geological Branch, edited by V.G. 
Milne [and others] 1976. v, 183 p. maps. 

Oil and gas exploration, drilling and production summary, 1975. Jan. 1977. 
142 p. maps (1 folded) tables. (Paper 76-1) Issued by Petroleum Resources Section, 
Mineral Resources Branch. 

Ontario Geological Survey miscellaneous paper. Until no. 68 known as Miscella- 
neous paper. 

no. 68. Slope stability of the regional municipality of Ottawa-Carleton, On- 
tario, Canada, by M.A. Klugman and P. Chung. 1976. iii, 13 p. maps (5 in 
pocket) 

no. 69. Geology of the Englehart-Earlton area, District of Timiskaming, by 

H.L. Lovell. 1977. v, 16 p. maps (1 in folder) 

no. 70. A catalogue of the Ontario localities represented by the mineral collec- 
tion of the Royal Ontario Museum, by J. Satterly. cl977. x, 464 p. maps. 

no.71. Annual report of the regional and resident geologists, 1976, edited by 
C.R. Kustra. 1977. v, 142 p. 


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no. 73. Toward the inventory of Ontario’s mineral aggregates, by W.R. Cowan. 
1977. v, 19 p. illus. maps. 

no. 74. Aggregates, a case study of resource management in Ontario; “A chal- 
lenge in communication,” by George A. Jewett. 1977. iii, 9 p. illus. maps (4 charts 
in pocket) 

Ontario Geological Survey report. Until no. 163 known as Geoscience report. 

no. 164. Quaternary geology of the City of Thunder Bay and vicinity, District of 
Thunder Bay, by G.J. Burwasser. 1977. vii, 70 p. illus. maps (1 map and 2 charts 
in pocket) 

Ontario Geological Survey study. Until no. 18 known as Geoscience study. 

no. 18. Ground and airborne geophysical studies of sand and gravel in the 
Toronto region, by R.S. Middleton. 1977. v, 37 p. maps. 

A policy for mineral aggregate resource management in Ontario. 1976. ix, 
232 p. maps (2 folded in pocket) Prepared by the Ontario Mineral Aggregate Work- 
ing Party. 

Rocks and minerals information, 1977. 1977. 32 p. Lists publications dealing 
with geology and the earth sciences. Compiled and published by the Geoscience In- 
formation Office, Geological Branch. 

Statistical report on the mineral industry of Ontario, 1971-1973; volume IV- VI, 
by E.E. Matten. 1977. ix, 294 p. maps. Issued by Mineral Economics Section, 
Mineral Resources Branch. Continues Annual statistical report on the mineral pro- 
duction of Ontario, v. I-III. 

Supplement to Bulletin 25, list of publications, 1976. cl 977. i, 29 p. Issued by 
Geological Branch. 


MINES LIBRARY 

Selected list of new titles, v.7, no. 1-10, Jan. -Dec. 1977. monthly. Processed. 


DIVISION OF PARKS 

Aaron Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Agawa Rock Indian pictographs, Lake Superior Provincial Park. 1977. folder, 
illus. map. Revised. 

Algonquin Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. Revised. 


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Answering your questions about: canoeing in Ontario. 1977. folder. 

Antoine Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Balsam Lake Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Blacksand Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Bronte Creek Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Caliper Lake Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. map. 

Carillon Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Carillon Provincial Park master plan. 1977. 38 p. maps (11 folded) 

Checklist of birds, Rondeau Provincial Park and area, 1977. [1977] folder. 

Checklist of ferns, fern allies and herbaceous flowering plants of Rondeau Pro- 
vincial Park, 1977. [1977] 22 p. 

Craigleith Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Cyprus Lake Provincial Park. [1977] folder, illus. maps. 

Driftwood Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Emily Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Esker Lakes Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Fairbank Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Fitzroy Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Five Mile Lake Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Greenwater Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Halfway Lake Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Inwood Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Kap-Kig-iwan Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 


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Killarney Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Killarney Provincial Park. Revised 1977. folder, map. 

Killbear Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Killbear Provincial Park master plan. 1977. 73 p. maps (10 folded) 

Klotz Lake Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Lake of the Woods Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Lake on the Mountain Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Lake St. Peter Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Lake Superior Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Lake Superior Provincial Park preliminary master plan. [1977] 86 p. illus. 
maps (1 in pocket) 

MacLeod Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

McRae Point Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Marten River Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Middle Falls Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Nagagamisis Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Neys Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

North Beach Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Oastler Lake Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Ojibway Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Ontario provincial parks. 1977. folder, illus. map. Revised. 

Ontario provincial parks statistics, 1976. [1977] 78 p. Processed. Includes visi- 
tor statistics for Ontario’s parks commissions. 

Outlet Beach Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Pancake Bay Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 


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Le parc provincial Carillon. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Parc provincial Carillon — plan directeur. 1977. 38 p. maps (11 folded) 

Le parc provincial Remi Lake. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Le Parc Provincial South Nation. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Peter’s Woods Provincial Nature Reserve master plan. 1977. 34 p. maps. 
Petroglyphs Provincial Park master plan. 1977. 58 p. illus. maps. 

A pictorial history of Algonquin Provincial Park. 1977. [48] p. illus. 

Pinery Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Pinery Provincial Park newsletter, no. 1, May, 1977-winter, 1978. 6 issues, ir- 
regular. 

Pinery Provincial Park revised master plan draft. June 1977. 71 p. illus. 
maps. 

Polar Bear Provincial Park, background information. 1977. 54 p. illus. maps (1 
folded in back) 

Polar Bear Provincial Park planning proposal. 1977. 24 p. illus. maps. 

Quetico. 1977. folded map. 

Quetico Provincial Park canoe routes. 1977. 50 p. 

Quetico Provincial Park master plan. Sept. 1977. vii, 58 p. illus. maps (1 
folded) 

Rainbow Falls Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

The Raven, v.18, no. 1-12, May 11-Sept. 7, 1977. 12 nos. a year. Processed. Is- 
sued by Algonquin Provincial Park. 

Remi Lake Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Rideau River Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Rondeau Provincial Park newsletter, v. VI, no.l. May 21, 1976-[v. VI, no. 9] 
winter issue, Dec. 1976. irregular. 

— v. VII, no.l, May 21, 1977-Fall edition, Sept. 1977. irregular. Hunter’s edition 
also published in Sept. 1977. 7 nos. 


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Rushing River Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Sandbanks Provincial Park preliminary master plan. Aug. 1977. 64 p. maps 
(16 folded) 

Sandbar Lake Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Sauble Falls Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Serpent Mounds Provincial Park. 1977. illus. maps. 

Sharbot Lake Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

The Shoals Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Short Hills Provincial Park master plan. 1977. vi, 50 p. illus. maps (10 folded, 1 
in pocket) 

Sioux Narrows Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

South Nation Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Tidewater Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Turkey Point Provincial Park. [1977] folder, illus. maps. 

Wakami Lake Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

Windy Lake Provincial Park. 1977. folder, illus. maps. 

ALGONQUIN FORESTRY AUTHORITY 

Annual report. 3d, 1976/77. 1977. 18 p. map. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

NIAGARA PARKS COMMISSION 

Annual report. 90th, 1975/76. [1977] 20, [1] p. illus. Report year ends Oct. 31. 

ONTARIO TRAILS COUNCIL 

Étude provisoire, automne 1976. 1976. 15 p. illus. Pour la période sept. 1, 1975 à 
août 3 1,1976. 


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Final report. 1977. 77, 19 p. illus. English and French. French section has title: 
Étude definitif. 

Trailblazing. [no.l, Nov. 1976]-no.5, Aug. 1977. irregular. Ceased publication. 


PROVINCIAL PARKS COUNCIL 

The Ontario Provincial Parks Council, annual report. 2d, 1976. 1977. 19 p. 
illus. 

ST. CLAIR PARKWAY COMMISSION 

The first ten years, 1966-1976. 1977. [12] p. illus. map. 


ST. LAWRENCE PARKS COMMISSION 

Annual report, 1976/77. [1977] 32 p. illus. Report year ends Mar. 31. 
Parks, 1977; Old Fort Henry, Upper Canada Village. 1977. folder. 


MINISTRY OF NORTHERN AFFAIRS 

The new Ministry of Northern Affairs was established on April 1, 1977. The main 
function of the Ministry as stated in the act is “ to co-ordinate the activities of and 
initiate policies and programs for the Government in Northern Ontario.” A number 
of branches and agencies which formerly reported to other ministries were trans- 
ferred to the new Ministry. 

Design for development: Northwestern Ontario, initiatives and achievements. 

Sept. 1977. 44 p. illus. map. Issued jointly with Ministry of Treasury, Economics 
and Intergovernmental Affairs. 

NORTHERN AFFAIRS BRANCH 

Directory, incorporated communities, Northeastern Ontario (north part) Sept. 

1977. 157 p. Processed. 

Directory, incorporated communities, Northwestern Ontario. July 1977. 

256 p. Processed. 

Directory, Indian reserves, Northeastern Ontario (south part) June 1977. 45 p. 

map. Processed. 


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Directory, unincorporated communities, Northeastern Ontario (north part) 

[1977] 59 p. map. Processed. Revised. 

Directory, unincorporated communities, Northeastern Ontario (south part) 

July 1977. 121 p. map. Processed. 

Directory, unincorporated communities, Northwestern Ontario. Feb. 1975. 
Reprinted May 1977. 204 p. map. Processed. “The material for this directory was 
compiled by the staff of the Northern Affairs Branch when that agency was a com- 
ponent of the Ministry of Natural Resources.” 


ONTARIO NORTHLAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 

The Ontario Northland Transportation Commission was transferred from the Min- 
istry of Transportation and Communications to the Ministry of Northern Affairs ef- 
fective September 1, 1977. 

NorOntair 1977-78 timetable, effective October 30. [1977] 23 p. map. 

Northlander service; Toronto-North Bay, North Bay-Timmins, North Bay-Kapus- 
kasing. [1977] [4] p. illus. Describes service in a special Ontario Northland passen- 
ger train. 

“A way north,” Ontario Northland highway services: “Un chemin au nord,” 
service grand-chemin. [1977] folder, map. Time table effective Oct. 22, 1977. 


ONTARIO HYDRO 

Annual report, 1976. [1977] 32 p. illus. map. 

Conservation or crisis — the choice is yours. [1976] [4] p. 

Energy application survey. 9th, 1976. 1977. 48 p. Processed. Contains analyses 
of appliance ownership in Ontario homes. Issued by Regions and Marketing 
Branch. 

Head office telephone directory. Apr. 1977. 200 p. 

How to fix that leaking tap; plus wise ideas for saving hot water energy. [1975?] 
[8] p. illus. 

Monthly rates and comparative bills, Ontario Hydro and the associated munic- 
ipal utilities. Jan. 1977; July 1977. 2 nos. a year. Issued by Regions and Marketing 
Branch. 


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Ontario Hydro Lakeview generating station selected design spécifications. 

[1975?] [2] p. 

Ontario Hydro research quarterly, v.28, no. 1-4, lst-4th quarter, 1976. illus. 
Published by Research Division. 

Pickering generating station. [1975?] [7] p. illus. 

Proposed research and development program for 1977. [1977] 21 leaves, illus. 
Issued by Research Division. 

Statistical yearbook; supplement to the sixty-ninth annual report for the year 1976. 
[1977] iii, 174 p. tables. 

20 wise ideas to help you conservenergy in your kitchen. [1975?] [4] p. 

Wise ideas with lighting. [1975?] [7] p. 

The wise use of electricity. Revised 1976. 9 p. illus. 

The wise use of electricity and how to save money on your energy bill. Revised 
1976. [12] p. illus. 

Your guide to electric home heating. [1975?] [15] p. illus. 


PROVINCIAL AUDITOR 

Report of the Provincial Auditor to the Legislative Assembly, 1976/77. 1977. 
177 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY FOR JUSTICE 

Exhibitionism. [1977] 14 p. “This booklet is one of a series dealing with different 
types of crimes and their impact upon the victims, the offender and the public at 
large. While the booklets may be of general interest, they are designed primarily as 
a resource to be used by parents, teachers, youth workers, police and others who 
work with young people.’’ 

L’exhibitionnisme. [1977] 14 p. “Cette brochure fait partie d’une série de publica- 
tions traitant des différentes sortes de crimes et de leurs répercussions sur les victi- 
mes, le délinquant et le public en général. Bien que d’intérêt général, elles ont j 
d’abord été conçues pour servir de documentation aux parents, aux enseignants, aux 
travailleurs sociaux, à la police et autres personnes en contact avec la jeunesse. 


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Impact of beverage alcohol on the criminal justice system: a pilot study, by 

Grant Macdonald and John Bygott. 1977. 24 p. 

Impaired driving. [1977] 15 p. “This booklet is one of a series dealing with dif- 
ferent types of crimes and their impact upon the victims, the offender and the public 
at large. While the booklets may be of general interest, they are designed primarily 
as a resource to be used by parents, teachers, youth workers, police and others who 
work with young people.” 

Shoplifting. [1977] 16 p. “This booklet is first of a series dealing with different 
types of crimes and their impact upon the victims, the offender and the public at 
large. While the booklets may be of general interest they are designed primarily as a 
resource to be used by parents, teachers, youth workers, police and others who 
work with young people.” 


PROVINCIAL SECRETARY FOR SOCIAL 
DEVELOPMENT 

Directory of facilities for troubled children and youth; approved and operated 
under the provisions of: l.The Mental Health Act, 2. The Children’s Institutions 
Act, 3. The Charitable Institutions Act, 4. The Homes for Retarded Persons Act, 
5. The Children’s Boarding Homes Act, 6. The Developmental Services Act, 7. The 
Child Welfare Act, 8. The Training Schools Act, 9. The Ministry of Correctional 
Services Act, 10. The Provincial Courts Act. Dec. 1976. 94 p. Processed. Compiled 
by the staff of the Interministerial Council for Troubled Children and Youth. 

Report of the Interministry Committee on Residential Services. Apr. 1975. Re- 
printed Dec. 1976. 100, 175 p. Processed. Cover title: Report of the Interministry 
Committee on Residential Services to the Cabinet Committee on Social Develop- 
ment. 

Think about the family; a seminar on the family in today’s society. May 1977. iv, 
67 p. illus. 


ONTARIO ADVISORY COUNCIL ON MULTICULTURALISM 

Annual report. 3d, 1976/77. [1977] 14, 14 p. English and French. French section 
has title: Rapport annuel. 


ONTARIO ADVISORY COUNCIL ON SENIOR CITIZENS 
Annual report. 3d, 1976/77. [1977] 31 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Especially for seniors, winter-autumn 1977. illus. quarterly. 


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ONTARIO ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE PHYSICALLY 
HANDICAPPED 

Income maintenance for the physically handicapped; report and recommenda- 
tions of the Ontario Advisory Council on the Physically Handicapped relating to the 
Family Benefits Act GAINS-D program. Feb. 1977. [17] p. Chairman: Edward 
Dunlop. 

Who cares about the physically handicapped? The Ontario Advisory Council 
on the Physically Handicapped. 1977. folder. 


ONTARIO STATUS OF WOMEN COUNCIL 

Annual report. 2d, 1974/76. [1976] 28 p. Covers the period from Oct. 1974 to 
Apr. 1976. At head of title: Towards a positive image of women. 

About face; is anybody out there listening? A study of sexism in a secondary 
school, by Susan Wright [and others] [1977] 40 p. 

About face; towards a positive image of housewives, written by Penney Kome, 
drawings by Tina Holdcroft and researched by Marianne Pringle. 1977. 40 p. 

ONTARIO YOUTH SECRETARIAT 
Comment chercher un emploi d’été. [1977] [12] p. 

Counterpoint. July-Dee. 1977. monthly. Only 4 issues in 1977. A monthly news- 
letter which will “highlight some of the concerns of youth in this province, and will 
report on the work of the O.Y.S. It will also provide insights into developments in 
the provincial government which affect the lives of young people in Ontario.” 

Expérience 77 en Ontario; guide des programmes spéciaux d’emplois d’été du 
gouvernment de l’Ontario. [1977] [28] p. Comprend une demande d’emploi d’été. 
Révisé. 

How to look for a summer job. [1977] [12] p. 

Ontario experience ’77; a guide to the Ontario government’s special summer em- 
ployment program. Revised 1977. 25 p. Application form insert in centerfold. 


MINISTRY OF REVENUE 

Ontario corporations tax guide. [1977] 7, 8 p. English and French. French sec- 
tion has title: Guide de l’impôt ontarien sur les sociétés. 


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Ontario tax credit guide, 1976 taxation year. [1977] 17, 19 p. English and 
French. French section has title: Guide du dégrèvement fiscal de l’Ontario, année 
fiscale 1976. 


ASSESSMENT STANDARDS BRANCH 

Aspects, of assessment in Ontario, no. 21-22, Apr. -Aug. 1977. illus. quarterly. 


CORPORATIONS TAX BRANCH 

Information bulletin, no. 1-77, Mar.21-Nov. 14, 1977. irregular. 
Interpretation bulletin. no.Ll-L3, July 4-Nov.l4, 1977. irregular. 


GUARANTEED INCOME AND TAX CREDIT BRANCH 

Ontario guaranteed annual income system: Régime de Revenu annuel garanti 
de l’Ontario. 1976. folder. English and French. Effective October, 1976. Contains 
GAINS rate tables 1-3 A which apply to those who receive federal old age security 
and guaranteed income supplement. 

— Effective October, 1976. Contains GAINS rate tables 4-7 which apply to those 
who are not eligible for federal old age security. 

Ontario guaranteed annual income system: Régime de Revenu annuel garanti 
de l’Ontario. 1977. folder. English and French. Effective January, 1977. Contains 
GAINS rate tables 1-3 A which apply to those who receive federal old age security 
and guaranteed income supplements. 

— Effective January, 1977. Contains GAINS rate tables 4-7 which apply to those 
who are not eligible for federal old age security. 

— Effective April, 1977. Contains GAINS rate tables 1-3 A which apply to those 
who receive federal old age security and guaranteed income supplements. 

— Effective April, 1977. Contains GAINS rate tables 4-7 which apply to those who 
are not eligible for federal old age security. 

— Effective July, 1977. Contains GAINS rate tables 1-3A which apply to those who 
receive federal old age security and guaranteed income supplements. 

— Effective July, 1977. Contains GAINS rate tables 4-7 which apply to those who 
are not eligible for federal old age security. 


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— Effective October, 1977. Contains GAINS rate tables 1-3A which apply to those 
who receive old age security and guaranteed income supplements. 

— Effective October, 1977. Contains GAINS rate tables 4-7 which apply to those- 
who are not eligible for federal old age security. 


LIBRARY 

A selected bibliography of material on assessment held in the Ministry of Re- 
venue library. Feb. 1977. 45 leaves. Processed. 

A selected bibliography of material on taxation held in the Ministry of Revenue 
library. Dec. 1976. 71 leaves. Processed. 


RETAIL SALES TAX BRANCH 

Information bulletin. SPL-77-SP3-77, June 1-Oct., 1977. irregular. 

Information bulletin; Retail Sales Tax Act. no. 1-77, Apr. 20, 1977. irregular. 
Special tax bulletin, May 3, 1977. [2] p. 

Your guide for completing retail sales tax returns. 1977. folder. 

MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL 

Annual report. 5th, 1975/76. [1977] vi, 80 p. 

OFFICE OF THE FIRE MARSHAL 
Films on fire. 9th ed. 1977. 66 p. 

Fire losses in Ontario, 1976. [1977] 147 p. 

Fire marshals quarterly news, v.13, no. 1-2, lst-2nd quarter, 1977. illus. 

Keep fire in its place at Christmas. [1977] [9] leaves. 

Ontario Fire College. Calendar for the advanced training of fire department 
officers, 1978. [1977] 22 p. illus. 


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COMMUNICATIONS 

Annual report, 1975/76. [1976] 50 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 


— 1976/77. 1977. 50 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Comment être un expert cycliste. [1977] folder, illus. Reprinted. 

Could you pass an Ontario driver examination? Mar. 1977. 19 p. 

Driver’s guide to Ontario’s classified driver licensing system. [1977] lip. 
illus. 

Elmer says: “Remember these safety rules!” [1977] folder, illus. 

Farm implements on Ontario highways. [1977] folder. 

Guide de l’automobiliste; les lois de la circulation et les bonnes habitudes de con- 
duite en Ontario, sept. 1977. 96 p. illus. 

Here’s how we ride the school bus. [1977] folder, illus. Reprinted. 

Interim report of Monitoring System Committee on effects of seat belt legisla- 
tion and highway speed limit reductions upon the cost of hospital and medical 
care in Ontario. Mar. 1977. 54 leaves. Processed. Issued jointly with the Ministry 
of Health. 

MTC news. Jan. -Dec. 1977. illus. monthly. Not issued in Feb. Published by Public 
and Safety Information Branch. 

Motor vehicle accident facts, 1976. [1977] 35 p. Issued by Collisions and Licens- 
ing Records, Licensing and Control Branch. 

Motorcycle driver’s manual. [1977] 10 p. illus. 

Official road map, Ontario, Canada. 1977. folded map. 

Ontario laws and your bicycle. [1976] folder, illus. Revised. 

Ontario roads go metric. [1977] folder. 

Ontario traffic safety. Jan. /Feb. -Nov. /Dec. 1977. illus. bimonthly. 

Principes de sécurité routière; guide à l’intention des enseignants dans les écoles 
élémentaires. [1977] 23 p. Reprinted. 


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Privacy fence evaluation, Highway 401 Warden Ave. to Victoria Park Ave. 
(Metropolitan Toronto); a report of the Privacy Fence Evaluation Task^ Force. 
Aug. 1976. 17 p. maps. 

Road bulletin. May 6-Nov. 4, 1977. 14 nos. Processed. Issujbd every two weeks. 
Lists sections of Ontario highways where construction may /ause temporary delay 
of traffic. 

Safety standards certification of used motor vehicles. [1977] 48 p. 

Seat belt comics, featuring the Fairy Carfather at the races. [1977?] [8] p. illus. Re- 
vised. Issued jointly with the Ontario Educational Communications Authority. 

Tips for senior citizens. [1976] folder. Advice on traffic safety for senior 
citizens. 

Truck and bus driver’s manual. [1977] 42 p. 

“Voici comment nous prenons l’autobus!” [1977] folder, illus. Reprinted. 

Welcome to Ontario; what you need to know about our traffic laws. [1976] 14 p. 

What you should know about changes to school bus stopping law. [1976?] [4] p. 
illus. 

Winter driving tips. [1977] folder. Revised, illus. 


MUNICIPAL/PROVINCIAL TRANSPORTATION BRANCH 

The Municipal / Provincial Transportation Branch was established February 7, 
1977 to develop policies, procedures and standards and to direct the application of 
provincial resources in line therewith to produce a balanced municipal and provin- 
cial transportation system to meet the needs of Ontario with respect to roads, transit 
and air. 

Review of the Ministry’s policy regarding bicycling and bicycling facilities, by 

J. Tanner, Project planner, [and others] 1977. 88 p. Issued by Provincial Roads 
Planning Office. 

Shared ride taxi opportunities study. Aug. 1977. 84 p. Processed. Prepared by 
Transit Office and Transit Systems Research Office. 

Stratford transit operational review. Aug. 1977. v, 152 p. Processed. Cover 
title: Transit study and review, City of Stratford. Prepared by Transit Office. 

Traffic volumes on the King’s highway and secondary highways, 1976. [1977] 
221 p. Processed. Issued by Provincial Roads Planning Office. 


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PROJECT PLANNING BRANCH 

Go transit passenger survey (June 3, 1976); ridership patterns and characteristics. 
Sept. 1976. iv, 31, [33] leaves, maps (2 folded) Issued by Transit Projects Planning 
Office. 

Stratford dial-a-ride transit; monitoring report no. 2 (July 1973-June 1975) May 
1976. 56 leaves, maps. Processed. Issued by Transit Projects Planning Office. 
Cover title: Dart. 


SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BRANCH 

The Systems Research and Development Branch absorbed the Transit Systems and 
Research Development Branch in 1975. 

Motor oil recycling: patterns of motor oil use and attitudes towards a re- 
refined product, prepared by Human, Social and Economic Research [Systems Re- 
search and Development Branch] and Environics Research Group limited. Feb. 
1976. ii, 41 p. Processed. Project coordinator: Ken Sharratt. 

Urban rail vehicle running gear: a state of the art review, by R. A. Curmi. Aug. 
1976. v, 46 p. illus. Processed. 


TRANSIT SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BRANCH 

The Transit Systems Research and Development Branch was absorbed by the Sys- 
tems Research and Development Branch in 1975. 

Lateral dynamics of light rail vehicles, by J. A. Young. Nov. 1975. ii, 21 p. illus. 
Processed. 

Passenger comfort in urban transit vehicles; a state of the art report, by J.A. 
Young. Jan. 1976. v, 50 p. illus. Processed. 

Railway noise; state of the art, by G.L. Elliott. Nov. 1975. 27 p. illus. 
Processed. 


RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 

The Research and Development Division was established in June 1971. A major ob- 
jective of the Division is to provide Ontario residents with an integrated, balanced 
transportation system. It, therefore, undertakes a broad range of programs con- 
cerned with road, rail, air and water transportation . The Division is geared to this 
range of transportation programs demonstrating a diversified capability that in- 


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eludes civil engineering , transit engineering and operation, systems engineering, 
value engineering, vehicle and highway safety, energy conservation, economics, 
human and social factors and instrumentation and testing for Research and Deve- 
lopment projects. 

Catalogue of research reports. Aug. 1977. [72] p. 

Internal report. Issued by Systems Research and Development Branch. 

no. 64. The Ontario telephone seat belt survey, October 1975; an evaluation, by 
N.G. Gardner. Aug. 1977. iii, 26 p. map. 

[Research report] 

no. RR205. Impact design of crash cushions for non-stationary barriers, by 

F.W. Jung and A.M. Billing. Jan. 1977. iv, 16 p. illus. Paper presented to the 
Transportation Research Board, 55th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., 
January 1976. 

no. RR206. Barrel trailer for maximum collision protection, by F.W. Jung. Jan. 
1977. iv, 18 p. illus. Paper presented to the Transportation Research Board, Wash- 
ington, D.C., January 1977. 

no. RR207 . Testing of Perley Bridge, by Baidar Bakht and P.F. Csagoly. 1977. 
iv, 64 p. illus. 

^o. RR208. Optimal sample size of roadside — interview origin — destination 

surveys, by J.J. Hajek. 1977. iv, 20 p. 

no. RR210. Roadside vegetation management in Ontario, by John W. Andre sen 
and Peter Lewis- Watts. 1977. iv, 41 p. “This report is the result of the Ontario 
Joint Transportation and Communications Research Program, Project T-34.” 

no. RR211. Settlements resulting from secondary compression; the Gloucester 
test fill, by K.Y. Lo, M. Bozozuk and K.T. Law. 1977. iv, 21 p. “This report is 
the result of the Ontario Joint Transportation and Communications Program, Project 
L-2.” 

pe. RR212. Propulsion system performance requirements for guided urban 
transit systems, by W.R. Dawson and P.M. Dalton. Aug. 1977. v, 22 p. 


ONTARIO HIGHWAY TRANSPORT BOARD 
Annual report. 21st, 1976. [1977] 7, [4] leaves. Processed. 


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ONTARIO NORTHLAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 

The Ontario Northland Transportation Commission was transferred from the Min- 
istry of Transportation and Communications to the Ministry of Northern Affairs ef- 
fective September 1 , 1977. 

Annual report. 76th, 1976. 1977. 20 p. 

“A way north,” Ontario Northland rail services. [1977] folder. Time tables effec- 
tive June 9th, 1977. 


ONTARIO TELEPHONE SERVICE COMMISSION 
Annual report, 1976. [1977] 15 p. 


TORONTO AREA TRANSIT OPERATING AUTHORITY 

“ Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority is a Crown Agency created to establish 
and operate inter- regional transit and to provide co-ordinating services to munici- 
pal transit systems . ’ ' 

Annual report. 1976/77. 19 p. illus. map. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Go system timetable, October 30, 1977. 1977. 19 p. illus. map. 


MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND 
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 

Background to decontrols. Feb. 1977. ii, 27 leaves. Processed. 

Le budget de l’Ontario, 1977. Présenté par l’honorable W. Darcy McKeough, 
Trésorier de l’Ontario à l’Assemblée législative de l’Ontario, le mardi 19 avril 
1977. 1977. 33 p. Processed. 

Coup d’oeil; un aperçu des activités gouvernementales ontariennes, jan.-dec. 1977. 
mensuel. 

Dossier 252: Réforme des arrangements fiscaux et des programmes à frais par- 
tagés au Canada. 1976. 27 p. Processed. Déclaration de l’honorable W. Darcy 
McKeough, Trésorier de l’Ontario à la Conférence des Ministres des Finances, Ot- 
tawa, 6-7 juillet, 1976. 


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Financial report, 1977. 1977. 24 p. 

Interprovincial trade flows, employment, and the tariff in Canada; supplemen- 
tary material to the 1977 Ontario budget. 1977. 15, 12 leaves. 

Investing in our future: Ontario’s regional priority budget, 1973-1978. [1977] 
12 p. illus. Issued jointly with the Ministry of Northern Affairs. 

Local government management project. 

Series A publications: Documentation and evaluation. 

The LGMP experience ; guidelines for organizational change in local government, 
by the LGMP team. Apr. 1977. 173 p. 

The LGMP experience: phase I; assessing readiness for organizational change in 
local government, by J.R. Nininger and V.N. MacDonald. Jan. 1977. 69 p. 

Municipal planning information guide; contacts, listings, summaries available to 
municipalities. Sept. 1976. Revised Jan. 1977. 1 v. (loose-leaf) Prepared by Central 
Ontario Regional Office. 

Niagara Region Study Review Commission. Background reports. Commissioner: 
William L. Archer. 

no.l. Electoral system in the Niagara region; issues in the structure of municipal 
elections, prepared by M.J. Powell. Oct. 1976. v, 65 p. 

no. 2. Environment Ministry — farm tax rebate: two case studies, provincial 
municipal relations in the Niagara region, prepared by Smith, Auld & Asso- 
ciates, ltd. Nov. 1976. iv, 53 p. 

no. 3. Fire protection in the Niagara Region; municipal fire departments and pat- 
terns of cooperation under regional government, prepared by Roderick Church. 
Nov. 1976. x, 57 leaves. 

no. 4. Industrial promotion in the Niagara region; an examination of the current 
activities of the area municipalities and possible involvement of the regional mun- 
icipality in industrial promotion, prepared by Smith, Auld & Associates, ltd. Sept. 
1976. iv, 23 p. 

no. 5. Land use planning in the Niagara region; values in conflict, a study of the 
planning and development process in regional Niagara, prepared by John N. Jack- 
son. Sept. 1976. xv, 311 p. map. 

no. 6 . The mass media and their role in the governance of the Niagara region, 

prepared by William H.N. Hull. Nov. 1976. ix, 73 p. maps (1 folded) 


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no. 7. Municipal organization in the Niagara region; the regional municipality of 
Niagara and the twelve area municipalities, prepared by Roderick Church. Dec. 

1976. xv, 170 p. map. 

no. 8 . Public finance in the Niagara region; an analysis of municipal expenditures 
and revenues including the impact of provincial grants, prepared by Lewis A. 
Soroka. Aug. 1976. v, 83 p. 

The report of the Niagara Region Study Review Commission, 1975-1977. Mar. 

1977. xiv, 149 p. maps. Commissioner: William L. Archer. 

Ontario assistance to local governments, 1977; Ontario budget, 1977, April 19, 

1977. 1977. v, 98 p. 

Ottawa-Carleton Review Commission 

Le rapport de la Commission d’etude pour le remaniement d’ Ottawa-Carle- 
ton. Oct. 1976. xiv, 267 p. maps. Commissaire: Henry B. Mayo. 

Report of the Ottawa-Carleton Review Commission. Oct. 1976. xiv, 239 p. 
maps. Commissioner: Henry B. Mayo. 

Parkway Belt West; multi purpose utility corridor, urban separator and linked open 
space system, part I. Report of the hearing officers. Feb. 1977. 25 leaves. Pro- 
cessed. This is an excerpt from the complete Hearing Officers’ Report. 

Parkway Belt West; multi purpose utility corridor, urban separator and linked open 
space system. Report of the hearing officers. Feb. 1977. 541 p. Chief Hearing Of- 
ficer: A.L. McCrae. 

Parkway Belt West; submission of the Treasurer of Ontario to the Lieutenant Go- 
vernor in Council. Oct. 1977. 56, 61 p. maps (35 folded) 

Partnership for prosperity, Ontario Economic Conference February 10 and 
11, 1977; background papers. Feb. 1977. 40 leaves. Processed. 

Un placement pour demain: budget des priorités régionales de l’Ontario, 1973- 

1978. [1977] 12 p. illus. Publié conjointement avec le ministère des Affaires du 
Nord. 

Pourquoi la Confédération vaut les dollars qu’elle coûte; réimpression de deux 
documents soumis lors de la présentation du budget de l’Ontario, 1977. 1977. iv, 
53 p. 

Contents. — Documents budgétaire E. L’impact de la fiscalité fédérale à travers le 
Canada . . . — Rapport complémentaire au budget de l’Ontario. L’emploi, les tarifs 
et le flux des échanges commerciaux entre les provinces du Canada . . . 


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Proposals for improving opportunities for local government services in north- 
ern Ontario; background paper. Nov. 1976. [50] leaves. Processed. 

Provincial-Municipal Grants Reform Committee 

v.l. Report of the Provincial-Municipal Grants Reform Committee. [1977] 
xvii, 258 p. Chairman: D.W. Stevenson. 

v.2. Report of the Provincial-Municipal Grants Reform Committee; (appen- 
dices to the report) [1977] 572 p. 

Public accounts, 1975/76. vol. 2. Financial statements of crown corporations, 
boards, commissions. [1976] 103 p. 

Public accounts, 1975/76. vol. 3. Details of expenditure. [1976] 215 p. 

Public accounts, 1976/77. vol. 1. Financial statements. 1977. 491 p. 

Public accounts, 1976/77. vol. 2. Financial statements of crown corporations, 
boards, commissions. 1977. 101 p. 

Public accounts, 1976/77. vol. 3. Details of expenditures. 1977. 230 p. 

Report of the Ontario Committee on Inflation Accounting. 1977. xviii, 144 p. 
Chairman: Michael O. Alexander. 

La révision de la loi sur les banques: le point de vue préliminaire de POntario. 

mai 1976. ii, 14 p. Processed. 

Soumission devant la Commission royale d’enquête sur la regroupement des 
sociétés, mai 1976. 15 leaves. Processed. 


ADVISORY SERVICES BRANCH 

Developing a municipal code; a guide for municipalities in Ontario. 1977. 21, [2] 
leaves. Processed. 

Getting more for consulting dollars; a guide for municipalities in Ontario. Feb. 
1977. 47 p. 

Managers for local government, a study; the discussion papers, 
no. 2. Career planning. 1976. ii, 37 leaves. 

no. 3. Organization and the management focus. 1976. iv, 57 leaves. 


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no. 4. Recruitment. 1977. ii, 41 leaves. 

no. 5. Education, training, development. 1977. iv, 91, 15 leaves. 
Records management; a guide for municipalities in Ontario. 1977. 66 p. 


CENTRAL STATISTICAL SERVICES 

Consumption of fuel and electricity by Ontario manufacturing industries, 

1974. 4th ed. Aug. 1977. xii, 98 p. 

Credit union quarterly statistical bulletin, v.8, no. 3-4, Feb. -May 1977; v.9, 
no. 1, Dec. 1977. 

Index of Ontario Government statistics for municipalities, 1977. 1977. vi, 11, 
[79] p. 

Ontario economic accounts, quarterly time series, 1947-1975. [1977] 140 p. 
Processed. 

Ontario population trends: a review of implications; based on advance informa- 
tion on preliminary population counts, Census of Canada, 1976. Dec. 1976. 23 
leaves. Processed. 

Ontario short-term population projections, 1975-1986. 1976. iii, 28, [24] 
leaves. 

Ontario statistics. 2d, 1976. 1976. 2 v. 

Contents. — v.l. Social series. — v.2. Economic series. 

Realty mortgage loans registered in Ontario, 6th, 1975. 1976. 77 p. 

Social indicators for Ontario, 1977. 1977. vii, 133 p. map. This publication was 
developed by a workgroup under the aegis of the Technical Advisory Group on Sta- 
tistics of the Interministerial Statistical Data Users Committee. 

Users’ guide to Central Statistical Services. [1977] folder. 

POLICY PLANNING BRANCH 

Growth in Ontario’s demand for electric energy. June 1976. ii, 35 leaves. 
Processed. 


Long term economic outlook for Ontario. June 1976. 13 leaves. Processed. 


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Long term outlook for labour force growth: Canada and Ontario. June 1976. 
iii, 33 p. Processed. 

A long term projection of Ontario’s industrial development pattern. June 1976. 
ii, 16 leaves. Processed. 

Ontario’s future labour force and immigration. Apr. 1976. iii, 16, [6] leaves. 
Processed. 


PROVINCIAL MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS SECRETARIAT 
Municipal directory, 1977-78. 1977. ix, 177 p. maps. 


SUBSIDIES BRANCH 

Farm tax reduction program, 1976. [1976] folder. English and French. French 
section has title: Régime 1976 de dégrèvement fiscal sur les terres agricoles. Issued 
jointly with Ministry of Agriculture and Food. 

— 1977. 1977. folder. English and French. French section has title: Régime de 
dégrèvement fiscal sur les terres agricoles. Issued jointly by the Ministry of Trea- 
sury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs and the Ministry of Agriculture and 
Food. 

Managed forest tax reduction program, 1976. 1976. [4] p. Issued jointly with 
Ministry of Natural Resources. 

— 1977. [1977] Issued jointly with the Ministry of Natural Resources. 

Provincial financial assistance to municipalities, boards and commissions. July 
1977. x, 47 p. 


TAXATION AND FISCAL POLICY BRANCH 

Ontario budget, 1977. Presented by the Honourable W. Darcy McKeough, Trea- 
surer of Ontario, in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Tuesday, April 19, 1977. 
1977. [170] p. 

Contents. — Budget statement. — Budget papers, A. The changing character of un- 
employment in Ontario. — B. Federal-provincial fiscal reforms. — C. “Towards a 
balanced budget”. — Supplementary budget papers, D. The anti- inflation program: 
decontrol and post-control. — E. Federal fiscal redistribution within Canada. 


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Ontario finances. Dec. 1976. Mar. -Dec. 1976. 4 nos. March issue is a special 
issue. A progress report on the budget. 

Ontario tax studies. 

no. 13. The equity and revenue effects in Ontario of personal income tax re- 
form: 1972-1975. 1977. 47 p. 

no. 14. Reduction of tax burdens through tax credits: Ontario’s experience. 

[1977] 28 p. 


ONTARIO ECONOMIC COUNCIL 

Annual report. 1976-1977. 1977. v, 42 p. Report year ends Mar. 31. 

Government financing, inflation and the exchange rate — some notes on the 
current debates, by John C. Pattison, [1976] 21 leaves. Processed. Presented at the 
TABE workshop on Government Financing and Inflation, October 7, 1976. 

Discussion paper series. 

An economic analysis of the Hall Commission report, by A. Abouchar. cl977. 
iii, 47 p. 

Issues and alternatives, 1977. 

Intergovernmental relations. cl977. vii, 163 p. 

The Ontario economy to 1987. cl977. xv, 61 p. 

The process of public decision-making, cl 977. xiv, 68 p. 

Occasional paper. 

no.l. Basic skills at school and work; the study of Albertown, an Ontario com- 
munity, by Oswald Hall [and others] 1977. vi, 326 p. 

no. 2. Prospects for preventive medicine; a catalogue, by Robert W. Morgan. 
1977. vi, 104 p. 1 chart (in pocket) 

no. 4. Educational problems in Ontario and some policy options, by John A. 
Buttrick. cl977. vi, 135 p. 


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Ontario Economic Council research studies. 

no. 7. Transportation rates and economic development in northern Ontario, by 

N.C. Bonsor. Published for the Ontario Economic Council by University of 
Toronto Press, cl 977. 91 p. 

no. 8 . Government support of scientific research and development: an econo- 
mic analysis, by D.G. McFetridge. Published for the Ontario Economic Council by 
University of Toronto Press. cl977. 96 p. 

no. 9. Public and private pensions in Canada: an economic analysis, by J.E. Pe- 
sando and S. A. Rea, jr. Published for the Ontario Economic Council by University 
of Toronto Press. cl977. 185 p. 

no. 10. Speculation and monopoly in urban development: analytical founda- 
tions with evidence for Toronto, by J.R. Markusen and D.T. Scheffman. Pub- 
lished for the Ontario Economic Council by University of Toronto Press. cl977. 
165 p. 

no. 11. Day care and public policy in Ontario, by Michael Krashinsky. Published 
for the Ontario Economic Council by University of Toronto Press. cl977. x, 
139 p. 

no. 12. Provincial public finance in Ontario: an empirical analysis of the last 
twenty-five years, by D.K. Foot. Published for the Ontario Economic Council by 
University of Toronto Press. cl977. x, 213 p. 

The Ontario economy 1977-1987, by David K. Foot [and others] cl977. xiv, 
351 p. Prepared by the Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Toronto for the 
Ontario Economic Council. 

Projects and people; Ontario Indian research and related projects. [1975] [129] 
leaves, map. Processed. 

Working paper series. Ceased publication. Continued by Discussion paper series 
and Occasional papers. 

no. 1/76. Labour market and other implications of immigration policy for On- 
tario, by William L. Marr. Nov. 1976. iv, 241 p. 

no. 2/76. Exploitation of Ontario mineral resources: an economic policy ana- 
lysis, by J. Clark Leith. Dec. 1976. 93 p. Processed. 

no. 1/77. Who goes to university from Toronto, by John A. Buttrick. Feb. 1977. 
xi, 187, [1] p. Processed. 


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no. 2/77. Fiscal knowledge and preferences in Ontario, by D.A.L. Auld. Mar. 
1977. [95] p. Processed. 

ONTARIO LAND CORPORATION 

Annual report. 1st, 1976. [1976?] 28 leaves. Processed. Covers the period to April 
1, 1976. 

— 1976/77. 1977. 13 leaves. Processed. Report year ends Mar. 31. 





INDEX 


ARDA, 55 

Aaron Provincial Park, 129 
| Abouchar, A., 151 
About face, 138 
,j Abraham, F. R., 52 

| Academie achievement, 84 

Accommodations, 114 
Acoustics technology in land use 
planning, 99 

Acres Consulting Services ltd., 93 
Adams, A.M., 49 
Adams, M., 86 

Addiction Research Foundation, 108 
Addictions, 108 

Addictions, Management of, 108 
Administrative policies and procedures 
theory courses, 77 
Adoption, 62 
Advisory Committees, 48 
Advisory Council for Franco-Ontarian 
Affairs, 79-80 

Advisory Services Branch, 148-149 
Affaires culturelles et loisirs en Ontario, 
69 

Des affaires florissantes grâce aux 
sociétés de développement de 
l'Ontario, 116 

Affirmative action for women in 
employment, 119 
Africa file, 81 
After 8?, 58 

Agawa Rock Indian Pictographs, 1 29 
The age of uncertainty , 81 
Aged, 62, 70, 113, 142 
dwellings, 64 
recreation, 69 

Agent General in the United Kingdom, 

116 

Aggregates (Building materials), 123, 129 
Agricultural and Horticultural Societies 
Branch, 54 

Agricultural fairs and exhibitions, 54 
Agricultural Research Institute of Ontario, 
56 

Agricultural societies, 54 
Agricultural statistics for Ontario, 54 
Agriculture and Food, Ministry of, 48-56 
Ahmad, F., 74 

Air conditioning, maintenance and repair, 
60 


Air pollution, 96 
Air quality, 103 

— Atikokan, 103 
— Balmertown, 103 
— Dry den, 103 
— Fort Frances, 103, 104 
— Kenora, 103, 104 
— Marathon, 103, 104 
— Thunder Bay, 103, 104 
Air quality monitoring report, 98 
Air Resources Branch, 98 
Airports Amendment Act (bill), 3,12 
Ajax steam plant viability study, 94 
Alcoholism and crime, 137 
Aldis, J.W., 109 
Alex, J.F., 50, 51 
Alexander, M.O., 148 
Alfalfa weevil, 52 
Algonquin Forestry Authority, 133 
Algonquin Provincial Park, 129 
Algonquin Provincial Park, A pictorial 
history, 132 

Algonquin Provincial Park hiking trails, 
122 

Une alimentation saine et simple, grâce 

au Guide alimentaire canadien, 105 
All that glisters . . 122 

Allen, W.R., 109 
Allergy, 105 

Alternative schools see Free schools 
Ambitions des francophones du sud-est de 
l'Ontario, 80 
Amphetamines, 108 
Anatomy Act, 29 
Anderson, J.E., 85 
Anderson, R., 118 
Andresen, J.W., 144 
Anemia, 107 
Angling see Fishing 
Animals for Research Act, 29 
Animal health for food production, 
Maintenance of, 50 
Années de formation, 84, 87, 88, 89 
Antoine Provincial Park, 130 
Ants, 99 
Aperçu, 110 

The Appellate Jurisdiction of the Supreme 
Court of Ontario, Committee on, 57 
Apple industry in Ontario, 48 
Apple Task Force, 48 


Apples, 49, 53, 56 
Apprenticeship, 60 
Apprenticeship and Tradesmen’s 
Qualification Act, 29-32 
L' apprentissage de la lecture, 84 
Après la 8e? 58 
Arbitrations Act, 32 
Archaeology, 75, 83 
Archer, W.L. 147 
Archery, 79 

Archives of Ontario, 80 
Armitage, B.W., 75 
Armour, A., 112 
Arnold, J.B., 52 
Arsenault, L., 72 
Art at Queen s Park, 77 
V art de parler en public, 78 
Art galleries and museums, 75 
Art Gallery of Ontario, 80 
Arts Division, 77 
Asbestos fibers, 100 
Aspects, 139 

Aspirations, student see Student 
aspirations 

Aspirations, vocational see Vocational 
interests 

Assessment, 140 
Assessment Act, 32 
Assessment Amendment Act (bill), 18 
Assessment of student achievement, 85 
Assessment Standards Branch, 139 
Assisted rental housing, 1 13 
At any time Un other worlds /From high 
spaces, 81 

Atikokan, Air quality, 103 
Atkins, D., 72, 73, 74 
Attorney General, Ministry of, 56-57, 65 
Au service des déficients mentaux, 61 
Audio tapes, 81 
Audio-visual materials, 77 
Audit Act (bill), 2, 13 
Auld, D.A., 153 
Automobile drivers’ tests, 141 
Automobile exhaust gas, 96 
Automobile insurance see Insurance, 
Automobile 

Automobile seatbelts, 141, 144 
Automobiles, 65 

Autour du monde par le conte, 81 
Les avantages offerts par l’Ontario aux 
personnes âgées, 61 


Ayers, H.D., 48 
Azaleas, 51 

Background to decontrols, 145 
Bakht, B., 144 
Ballet shoes, 81 

Balmer, Crapo & Associates, 1 15 
Balsam Lake Provincial Park, 130 
Bancroft, G.W., 70 
Barabas, B., 53 

Bargaining information series, 117, 118 
Bark Lake, Guide to, 78 
Barley, 52 

Basic sewage treatment operation, 99 

Basic skills at school and work, 1 5 1 

Bates, T.E., 53, 100 

Batik, 77 

Bayefsky, E., 77 

Beardsley, B., 88 

Beaudin, P.E., 53 

Beck, C., 89 

Bedbugs, 94 

Beef cattle, 51 

feeding and feeds, 52 
Beds of Navigable Waters Act, 32 
Begg, K.S.,51 
Bell, D.H. 128 
Benedek, A., 93 
Bennett, G., 127 
Bereza, K., 51, 52, 53 
Berst, A.H., 48 

Bibliographic series (Addiction Research 
Foundation), 108 
Bibliography series (Labour), 118 
Bibliographic Services Centre, 104 
Bibliographie selective concernant le 
bénévolat dans les services 
correctionnels, 67 
Bicycling see Cycling 
Bienvenue à la caravane travelcade de 
l’Ontario, 79 
Biggs, E., 95 
Billing, A.M., 144 
Bills, 1-25 
Birch, 125 
Birds, 130 

Birds of Algonquin Provincial Park, 122 

Black flies, 94, 97 

Black students in urban Canada, 71 

Blacks in Ontario, 119 

Blacksand Provincial Park, 130 


156 


Blair, W.L., 43 
Blind, 87 
Blom, T., 54 
Blum, K., 125 

Board of Examiners of Operating 
Engineers, 66 
Boats and boating, 1 14 
Bond, W.D., 127 
Bonsor, N.C., 152 
Borough of East York Act (bill), 7 
Borough of Etobicoke Act (bill), 23 
Borough of North York Act (bill), 8 
Borough of Scarborough Act (bill), 7, 25 
Borough of York Act (bill), 7 
Boufford, J.G., 126 
Boyko, B.I., 101 
Bozozuk, M., 144 
Bradt, O. A., 53 
Brain, aging, 64 
Brandes, M., 99, 100 
Brassard, J., 89 
Breakfast in a hurry, 105 
Breyfogle, D., 119 
Bricker, K., 112 

Brockville General Hospital Act (bill), 7 
Bronte Creek Provincial Park, 130 
Brubaker, J.E., 54 
Bruce, D.S., 125 
Le budget de l’Ontario, 145 
Building code, 32 
Building Code Act, 32 
Building code newsletter, 64 
Building performance , 58 
Bulk Sales Act, 32 
Bunting, W.R., 126 
Bursaries see Scholarships 
Burwasser, G.J., 129 
Bus lines see Motor bus lines 
Business Corporations Act, 32 
Business Corporations Amendment Act 
(bill), 2, 12 

Business Practices Act, 33 
Butler, J., 53 
Butovsky, L., 73 
Butterfat, 52 
Butterworth, B., 74 
Buttrick, J.A., 151, 152 
Bygott, J., 137 

C.A.A.T. chart, 59 

Caliper Lake Provincial Park, 130 


Camping, 114 
Canada destinée, 48 

Canada, emigration and immigration law, 
152 

Canada Trustco Mortgage Company Act 
(bill), 7 

Canada s multicultural heritage, 85 
Canadian- American relations, 85 
Canadian books for children, 77 
Canadian English, Introduction to, 73 
Canadian Facts Co., 90 
Canadian Resourcecon ltd., 93 
Cancer in Ontario, 109 
Cannabis, 108 
Canning and preserving, 49 
Canoes and canoeing, 124, 130, 132 
Carbert, B., 54 
Carbon dioxide, 54 
Card, K.D., 128 

Career education see Vocational guidance 
Career planning, 148 
Careers, 58 

Carillon Provincial Park, 130 
Caron, A.H. , 46 
Carson, J., 112 
Carter, M.W., 127 
Cartography, 126, 127 
Casgrain Township Lands Act (bill), 9, 22 
Caterpillars, 97 
Cattle, feeding and feeds, 52 
Célébration du 25e anniversaire de 
l’accession au trône, 85 
Cemeteries Act, 33 
Central Statistical Services, 149 
Les chalets, La pollution par, 98 
Challenge to science, 81 
Chandler, F.W., 127 
Chatterjee, R.M., 102 
Chemistry, 81 
Chest clinic schedule, 107 
Chest Disease Service, 107 
Chief Election Officer, 58 
Child abuse see Cruelty to children 
Children, blind, 87 

care and hygiene, 61, 62 
institutional care, 63 
language, 73 

Children’s Boarding Homes Act, 33 
Childrens Law Reform Act (bill), 1, 15 
Children’s literature, 77 
Children’s Services Act (bill), 1 1 


157 


Children’s Services Branch, 63 
Children’s Services Division, 64 
Children s Services [ newsletter ], 64 
Chinese community, Papers on, 76 
Chisholm, K., 101 
Chlorination of water see Water, 
purification, chlorination 
Cho, R., 74 
Chowdhry, N.A., 100 
Chronically ill, care and treatment, 107 
Chung, P. , 128 
Church, R., 146, 147 
Churchill, K., 74 

Circle R Boys Ranch Act (bill), 23 
Circular 14, 14B, 90 
Cities and towns, planning, 1 12 
Citizens’ Inquiry Branch, 71 
Citizenship Branch, 71-74 
City life. Country life. 1 14 
City of Burlington Act (bill), 22 
City of Chatham Act (bill), 24 
City of Hamilton Act (bill), 22, 24 
City of Kitchener Act (bill), 23 
City of London Act (bill), 22 
City of Ottawa Act (bill), 9, 22, 23 
City of Sarnia Act (bill), 24 
City of Sault Ste. Marie Act (bill), 8, 22 
City of Thunder Bay Act (bill), 25 
City of Timmins-Porcupine Amendment 
Act (bill), 6, 13 

City of Toronto Act (bill), 9, 23 

City of Windsor Act (bill), 22, 24 

City planning, 110, 152 

Civil rights, 1 18, 120 

Civil Service Commission, 58 

Class Actions Act (bill), 1, 14 

Class size, 85, 86 

Classical studies, 85 

Classics dark and dangerous, 81 

Classified driver licensing system, 141 

Clay, 128 

Coaching (Athletics), 78 
Code des droits de l'homme de l’Ontario, 
33 

Collection Agencies Act, 33 
Collective bargaining settlements and 
negotiations, 1 18 

Collective labour agreements, 117, 118 
College Affairs Branch, 59-60 
College Relations Commission, 27 
Colleges and Universities, Ministry of, 
58-61 


Colleges of applied arts and technology, 

59 

Collisions, automobile see Traffic 
accidents 

Comment choisir une bonne garderie, 61 
Comment être un expert cycliste, 141 
Comment rassembler les gens, 76 
Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal, 
66 

Commission on Election Contributions 
and Expenses, 35 

La Commission royale d’enquête sur le 
regroupement des sociétés, 148 
Commodity Futures Act (bill), 2, 12 
Communications Services Branch 
(Education), 86 

Community and Social Services, Ministry 
of, 61-64 

Community development, 69 
Community health services bulletin, 108 
Community improvement resource kit, 1 1 1 
Community Information Services, 74-75 
Community Recreation Centres Act, 33 
Community Relations Branch, 113 
Community relations worker, Introducing 
your, 1 1 3 

Community Renewal Branch, 111 
Community resource centres, 67 
Community schools, 85, 88 
Company Law, Select Committee on, 27 
Compensation in elementary and 
secondary education, 48 
Compensator, 121 
Compost, 97 
Condominium Act, 33 
Condominium Amendment Act (bill), 6, 
19, 20 

Condominium Property Management 
Firms Act (bill), 18 
Coney beare, H., 122 
Confederation, Advisory Committee on, 
48 

Congé de grossesse en Ontario, 1 19 
Congedo per mate mita in Ontario, 1 19 
Conservation areas in Ontario, 124 
Conservation authorities, 1 23 
Conservation Authorities Act, 33 
Conservation Authorities Branch, 124 
Conservation of natural resources, 129 
Conservation or crisis, 135 
Consulting dollars. Getting more for, 148 


158 


Consumer and Commercial Relations, 
Ministry of, 64-67 
Consumer protection, 65 
Consumer Protection Act, 33 
ConsumenProtection Amendment Act 
(bill), 5, 14 

Consumer Reporting Act, 33 
Consumers’ Gas Company, 94 
Consumption of fuel and electricity by 

Ontario manufacturing industries, 
149 

Convention and meeting guide, 1 14 
Cool school: an alternative secondary 
school experience , 85 
Coons, C.F., 125 
Co-operative Corporations Act, 34 
Cooperative societies, 65 
Corn, 50, 51, 52 
Corporations Act, 34 
Corporations Information Act, 34 
Corporations Tax Act, 138 
Corporations Tax Amendment Act (bill), 
4, 11, 17 

Corporations Tax Branch, 139 
Correctional centres, 68 
Correctional education in Ontario, 67 
Correctional personnel, 67 
Correctional Services, Ministry of, 67-69 
Correctional update, 68 
Correctional volunteer, 69 
Correctional volunteers in action, 69 
Corrosion and anti-corrosives, 65 
Costs of Education, Committee on, 48 
Cottage pollution, 96 
Cotton Township, geology, 127 
Counter clerk, 60 
Counterpoint, 138 

County Judges Amendment Act (bill), 16 
County of Middlesex Act (bill), 23 
County of Oxford Amendment Act (bill), 
6, 13 

County of Peterborough Act (bill), 21 
Coup d’oeil, 145 
Cours pour adultes, 78 
Cousineau, C., 78 
Cowan, W.R., 127, 129 
Craigleith Provincial Park, 130 
Crane and hoist hand signals, 65 
Crapper, D.R., 64 

Credit union quarterly statistical bulletin, 
149 


Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act, 
34 

Crédits scolaires à l’école de la vie, 85 
Crime and alcoholism see Alcoholism and 
crime 

Criminal Injuries Compensation Board, 57 
Crispino, L., 68 
Cromarty, J.D., 43 

Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario, 

56 

Crop Protection Committee, 49, 50 
Cross-country skiing, 79 
Crown Employees Collective Bargaining 
Act, 34 

Cruelty to children, 63 

Csaba, M.P., 48 

Csagoly, P.F., 144 

Culture and recreation in Ontario, 69 

Culture and Recreation, Ministry of, 

69-84 

Cultural relations, 70 

Curmi, R.A., 143 

Current events, 85 

Curriculum Branch, 90 

Cutler area, geology, 127 

Cycling, 141, 142 

Cyprus Lake Provincial Park, 130 


da Rosa, A.M., 72 
Dairy cattle, 51, 53 

feeding and feeds, 53 
Dairy herd business summary, 54- 
Dairy herd improvement program, 55 
Dairy products, analysis and examination, 
46 

Dairying, 54 
Dalton, A.J., 64 
Dalton, P.M., 144 
Danley, R.R., 85, 87 
D’Antini, B., 76 

Data Requirements for District Health 

Council Planning, Work Group on, 
109 

David Boyle scholarship, 83 
Davidson, I., 87 
Davis, J.D., 87 
Davison, E.J., 44 
Davison, M.N., 28 
Dawson, W.R., 144 
Day Care Branch, 63 


159 


Day care centres, 63, 152 
Day nurseries, 63 
Day Nurseries Act, 34 
Day Nurseries Branch, 63 
Dean, J.O., 44 
Debates, 25, 26 
Debates. Index, 25 
Debicki, R.L., 128 
Decisions, 121 
Dellcrest series, 61-62 
Dennis, R., 87 
Denniss, R.H., 53 
Dental care, 105 

Denture Therapists Appeal Board, 108 
Deposit account guide, 66 
Dept, of Industrial Engineering 
(University of Toronto), 44 
Design & construction program, 104 
Design for development, 134 
Desjardins, L., 80 
Destiny Canada, 48 
Detention centres, 68 
Development Corporations, 116 
Developmental Services Act, 34 
Diabetes, 105 
Dickie, D.I., 52 
Dillon (M.M.) ltd., 122 
Dillon, P.J., 94 
Dimensions in science , 81 
Direction des services spéciaux, 78 
Directions ’77, 64 
Directories, 75 

Directory, incorporated communities, 
Northeastern Ontario, 134 
Directory of education, 86 
Directory of industrial development 
contacts, 1 1 4 

Directory of registered private vocational 
schools, 59 

Directory of school boards, 86 
I diritti umani nell’ Ontario, 120 
Discours du Trône, 26 
Discrimination in employment, 120 
Discrimination in public accommodations, 
120 

Discriminatory Business Practices Act 
(bill), 21 

Discriminatory Business Practices 
Prohibition Act (bill), 4 
Discussion leaders' handbook, 76 
Discussion paper series, 1 5 1 
Distances, measurement, 141 


Distribution of Hospital and Nursing 
Home Beds, Task Force on, 109 
District Municipality of Muskoka 
Amendment Act (bill), 6, 13 
The District Welfare Administration 
Boards Act, 34 
Divorce, 57 

Doing business in Ontario, 113, 114 

Donnan, J. A., 98, 102 

Donnelly, J., 77 

Doob, A.N., 46 

Dooley, J.E., 44 

Dossier afrique, 81 

Down s syndrome and aging of the brain, 
64 

D’Oyley, V.,71 
Drainage, 52, 53, 101 
Drainage Act, 34 
Drama, 86 

Driftwood Provincial Park, 130 

Driver education, 86 

Droits de l'homme et l’emploi, 120 

Drug benefit formulary , 105 

Drug trade, 108 

Drugs, 107 

Drugs and Therapeutics Branch, 107 

Drunk driving, 137 

Dry den, Air quality , 103 

Du nouveau à midi, 105 

Ducks, 48 

Dunlop, E., 138 

Dupré, J.S.,59, 61 

Dwellings, remodeling, 65 

Dworaczek, M., 119 


EA update, 98 
Earlton area, 128 

East Indian community, Papers on, 76 
Eastern Ontario Development 
Corporation, 116 
L’eau, Faits au sujet de, 98 
L’école et la communauté, 86 
Ecology, study and teaching, 98 
Economic forecasting, 149, 152 
Economics Branch, 54-55 
Edmunds, H.H., 47 
Education, higher, 152 
secondary, 89, 90 
standards, 151 
statistics, 86, 152 
Education Act, 34 


160 


Education and you fact sheets, 86 
Education Amendment Act (bill), 2, 15, 
16 

Education, Ministry of, 84-92 
Education of prisoners, 67 
Education Relations Commission, 92 
Educational perspectives, 86 
Educational problems in Ontario, 151 
Educational surveys, 86 
Elderberries, 52 
Election Act, 35 

Election Amendment Act (bill), 20 
Election Finances Reform Act, 35 
Election Finances Reform Amendment 
Act (bill), 1 

Election Public Opinion Polls Act (bill), 
12 

Elections, 58 

Elections, Municipal see Local elections 
Electric energy, Growth in Ontario’s 
demand for, 149 
Electric heating, 136 
Electric power, 43, 44 
Electric Power Planning, Royal 
Commission on, 43-45 
Electric power production, 43 
Electric utilities, research, 136 
Electricity, 136 
Elliott, G.L., 143 
Ellis, C.R., 53 
Elson, N., 73, 74 

Emigration and immigration, economic 
aspects, 152 

Emily Provincial Park, 130 
Un emploi d’ été, 138 
Employee benefits see Non-wage 
payments 

Employees’ Health and Safety 
Amendment Act (bill), 3 
Employees, training of, 149 
Employment information series, 1 18 
Employment (Statistics), 146 
Employment Standards Act, 35, 1 17 
Employment Standards Amendment Act 
(bill), 5, 6, 17, 18, 19 
Employment Standards Branch, 1 17 
Enamelling, 77 
Energy, 93 
Energy Act, 35 

Energy application survey, 135 
Energy conservation, 93, 100, 114, 135, 
136 


Energy demand forecasting methods, 
Review of, 44 
Energy in Ontario, 93 
Energy management checklist, 58 
Energy Management Program, 93 
Energy, Ministry of, 92-94 
Energy resources see Power resources 
L enfance exceptionnelle , Ressources de, 
82 

Les enfants victimes de mauvais 
traitements, 62 
L’ enfer blanc, 81 
England, C., 47 
Englehart area, 128 
English language, pronunciation, 74 

study and teaching, 72, 73, 74, 86 
Enteroviruses, 100 
Enthusiast, 48 
Envirofacts and fun, 94 
Environics Research Group ltd., 143 
Environment Canada, 50 
Environment, Ministry of, 65, 94-104 
Environmental acoustics technology, 99 
Environmental Approvals Branch, 98 
Environmental Assessment Act, 35, 94 
Environmental Assessment Amendment 
Act (bill), 5, 9, 18 

Environmental education see Ecology, 
study and teaching 
Environmental films, 96 
Environmental law, 96 
Environmental protection, 96 
Environmental Protection Act, 35 
Environmental Tax Act (bill), 5,11 
Ermatinger House, Archaeology of, 75 
Esker Lakes Provincial Park, 130 
Especially for seniors, 137 
Essex County French-Language 

Secondary School Act (bill), 3, 9 
Estimates, 121, 122 
Ethnic composition of Ontario, 69 
Ethnocultural directory of Ontario, 76 
Etobicoke Community involvement 
program evaluation, 86 
Étude sur la transition du niveau 
secondarie au niveau 
postsecondaire, 89 
Euler, D., 124 
European skipper, 52 
Evans, P., 45 
Evans, W.D., 52 


161 


Events and attractions, Ontario, Canada, 
115 

Evergreens, 125 
Evidence Act, 35 
Exercise should be fun, 106 
Exhibitionism, 136 
L’exhibitionnisme, 136 
Expenditure estimates, 121, 122 
Expenditures by municipality, 63 
Expérience 77 en Ontario, 138 
L exploitation d’ une entreprise en 
Ontario, 113 

Exploration du panorama culturel, 69 
Explorations in culturescapes, 69 
Explorations in the novel, 8 1 
Export sales, 1 14 
Expropriations Act, 35 


Fairbank Provincial Park, 130 

Fairs, 54 

Fall events, 115 

Family, 137 

Family Benefits Act, 35 

Family Benefits Amendment Act (bill), 14 

Family Day Act (bill), 20 

Family Law Reform Act (bill), 1, 15 

Farm enlargement, 55 

Farm implements on Ontario highways, 

141 

Farm income stabilization, 48 
Farm labour, 52 
Farm machinery, 52 
Farm management, 54 
Farm ponds, 48 

Farm Products Marketing Amendment Act 
(bill), 19 

Farm Products Payments Amendment Act 
(bill, 14 

Farm rental agreements, 49 
Farm tax rebate, 146 
Farm tax reduction program, 150 
Farm weather services, 50 
Fatsis, B., 73 
Fawcett Township, 127 
Fellowships see Scholarships 
Female in public recreation, 78 
Fer synonyme d’energie, 106 
Ferguson, E., 72, 73, 74 
Ferguson, J.K., 107 
Ferns, 130 
Fertilizers, 53 


Festival country, 1 1 5 

Field crops, 49 

Fielding, M.B., 100 

Files and filing (Documents), 75 

Fillmore, P., 75 

Film catalogue, 86 

Film news, 81 

Film production directory, 1 13 
Finance, public, 147, 151 
Ontario, 152 

Toronto metropolitan area, 45 
Financial Assistance for Students, Interim 
Committee on, 59, 61 
Financial Protection Task Force, Report 
of, 51 

Financial report, 146 

Fire losses in Ontario, 140 

Fire Marshal, Office of, 140 

Fire marshals quarterly news, 140 

Fire prevention, 63, 140 

Fire protection in the Niagara Region, 

146 

Fiscal knowledge and preferences in 
Ontario, 153 

Fish and Wildlife, Divison of, 123 
Fish as food, 95 

Fish, Health implications of contaminants 
in, 95 

Fisher, R.W., 50 

Fishery laws, 38 

Fishing, 115, 122, 123, 124 

Fishing maps, 122 

Fitzroy Provincial Park, 130 

Five Mile Lake Provincial Park, 130 

Fleas, 94 

Fleming, R. A., 51 
Flood plains see Floodplains 
Floodplains, 122 
Food, 106 
Food imports, 5 1 

Food industry and trade, employees, 1 18 
Food land guidelines, 49 
Food processing workers see Food 
industry and trade, employees 
Foods from Ontario, Recipes featuring, 
56 

Foot, D.K. , 152 

Forcier, L., 126 

Forest Fire Control Branch, 125 

Forest fire statistics, 1 25 

Forest fires, 123 

prevention and control, 124 


162 


Forest industries see Wood-using 
industries 

Forest management, 123 

Forest Management Branch, 125 

Forest nurseries, 126 

Forest products, 124 

Forest research, 125 

Forest Research Branch, 125-126 

Forest research note, 125-126 

Forest research report, 1 26 

Forest tent-caterpillar, 125 

Forests and forestry, taxation, 150 

La formation en leadership, 78 

The formative years , 84, 85, 86, 87, 88 

Fort Frances, Air quality , 103, 104 

Fort William, 69 

4-H clubs, 48 

Fouts, G.T., 46 

Fox, J., 74 

Framework for opportunity, 115 
Français, 86 

Franco-Ontarian Affairs, Advisory 
Council for, 79-80 

Frank Postl Enterprises Limited Act (bill), 
8 

Frankel, B.G., 108 
Fraser, R.D., 109 

Frases en inglés para defenderse, 72 
Frechette Township, geology, 127 
Fred Leblond Cement Products Limited 
Act (bill), 8 
^Free schools, 85 
Freedom of information, 57 
Freedom of Information Act (bill), 1, 14 
French in Toronto, Ottawa & Windsor, 81 
French language, study and teaching, 85, 
87 

Frisken, F., 112 
From Studio Q, 81 
Frozen food, 49 
Fruit, 56 
Fruit culture, 49 
Fruit trees, 49, 51, 53 
Fruit tree census, 49 
Fu, L., 80 
Fulford, R., 47 
Fulkerson, R.S., 53 
Fuller- Austin of Canada Limited Act 
(bill), 23 

Funding of Clinical Education (Medicine) 
in the Province of Ontario, Task 
Force on, 109 


Funeral service, 109 
Funk, G., 103 
Fur trade, 124 
Furgiuele, A., 73 


Ganczorczyk, J., 101 
Garnet Holdings Limited Act (bill), 24 
Gartner Lee Associates, 123 
Gasoline and Heating Oil Uniform Pricing 
Act (bill), 6 
Gasoline, storage, 65 
Gauthier subdivision, 104 
Gayfer, M., 88 
Geese, 48 
Gendreau, P., 68 

General Government Committee, 26 
General Welfare Assistance Act, 36 
Geographical names see Names, 
Geographical 

Geographical Referencing, Task Force on, 
126-127 

Geography of Ontario, 73 
Geological Branch, 128, 129 
Geologists, regional and resident, 128 
Geophysical prospecting see Prospecting, 
geophysical methods 
Geoscience report, 127-128 
Geoscience study, 128 
Geschaftspraxis in Ontario, 1 13 
Getting people together, 76 
Gift Tax Act, 36 

Gift Tax Amendment Act (bill), 5,11 
Gilbert, V.K., 88 
Gilts see Sows 

Girls and women in society, 87 

Glass, 84 

Glerum, C., 126 

Go system timetable, 145 

Go transit passenger survey, 1 43 

Goddard, P., 47 

Golf, 79 

Good Samaritan Act (bill), 2, 16 
Goranson, R.E., 45 
Gordon, D.J., 49 
Gordon, D.R. , 47 
Goulding, P.A., 73 
Le gouvernement de l’Ontario, 69 
Government and citizenship, 73 
Government consultants, 148 
Government information, 57 
Government lending, 1 16 


Government of Ontario telephone 
directory, 104 

Government Services, Ministry of, 

104-105 

Government spending policy, 153 
Grafting, 53 
Graham, H. , 101 
Grain, weights and measures, 54 
Grapes, 49, 56 
Graphic methods, 87 
Graphs see Graphic methods 
Gravel, 129 
Gray, K., 72, 73, 74 
Greek community, Papers on, 76 
Green paper on planning for agriculture, 
49 

Greenfield, T.B., 85 
Greenhouse management, 54 
Greenhouse ornamentals , Pesticide 
recommendations for, 50 
Greenhouse vegetable production 
recommendations , 49 
Greenwald, M., 75 
Greenwater Provincial Park, 130 
Gregory, B., 27 
Griffiths, S., 47 
Griffon, 123 
Groot, R., 126 
Grotsky, R.M., 74 
Ground water series, 102 
Groupe communautaires , 78 
Guaranteed Income and Tax Credit 
Branch, 139-140 
Gui'a de les recién llegados, 72 
Guia para recém-chegados, 72 
Guida dell' immigrato , 72 
Guidance in education, 87 
Guide de V automobiliste , 141 
Guide de l'impôt ontarien sûr les sociétés, 
138 

Guide des subventions d’ immobilisation 
Wintario, 69 

Le guide élémentaire de l'anémie, 106 
Le guide pratique des nouveaux 
Ontariens, 72 

Guide to eating Ontario sportfish, 94 
Guillet, G. R., 128 
Gymnastics, 79 

Haines, K.C., 52 
Hajek, J J., 144 

Halfway Lake Provincial Park, 130 


Hall Commission, 151 
Hall, O., 151 
Hamoda, M.F., 101 
Handball, 79 

Handbuch fur Neueinwanderer in 
Ontario, 72 

Handicapped, employment, 62 
Harcourt, D.G., 52 
Harding, M., 113 
Hardwoods, 125 
Hashish, 108 

Health Disciplines Board, 108 

Health, Ministry of, 105-110 

Health Promotion Branch, 108 

Health research priorities in Ontario, 1 10 

Health Sciences Education Committee, 

109 

Health services administration, 109, 110 
Hearing, 107 

testing, 108 

Hearst wood waste energy study, 93 

Heating and ventilation industry, 60 

Heavy metals in agricultural lands, 100 

Helping others to help themselves, 68 

Hébertisme, 78 

Hedges, H.G., 84 

Heeney, C.J., 125 

Heinke, G.W., 101 

Hemlock, 125 

Henry, G.H., 52 

Heritage Administration Branch, 75 
Heritage conservation districts, 75 
Heritage conservation districts, 

Guidelines on the designation of, 

70 

Heritage highways, 1 1 5 
Hernandez, E., 72 
Hester, R.A., 123, 124 
Hides and skins, 124 

Highway Safety, Select Committee on, 27 
Highway Traffic Amendment Act (bill), 

1, 11, 17, 18, 19 

Highway Transportation of Goods, Select 
Committee on, 27 
Hikichi, A., 50 
Hiking, 122 
Hill, P.G., 44 
Hilton, R.J., 53 
Historic sites, 75 
Historical markers, 75 
Historical Parks Act, 40 
Historical Planning Research Branch, 75 


164 


Historical sites, 75, 76 
History, study and teaching, 85, 87, 89 
Hockey, 79 
Hodge, G., 112 
Hogg, P.W., 47 
Holdcroft, T., 138 
Home & country, 55 
Home Economics Branch, 55 
Home renewal program, 1 1 1 
Homes for Retarded Persons Act, 36 
Hoofs, 51 
Hooker, C.A., 44 
Horizons, 59 
Horse racing, 67 
Horse-racing, taxation, 65 
Horse-training, 52 
Horses, diseases, 54 
grooming, 51 

Horticultural judging standards, 49 
Horticultural societies, 54 
Hospital beds, 106, 109 
Hospital Labour Disputes Arbitration Act, 
36 

Hospitals, home care programs, 107 
Hotel Fire Safety Act, 36 
Hours of labour, 1 1 8 

Housewives, Towards a positive image of, 
138 

Housing, 1 12, 1 13 

Housing, Ministry of, 65, 110-113, 122 

Housing Ontario, 1 10 

How to live French, 81 

Hull, W.H., 146 

Human relations, 120 

Human rights see Civil rights 

Human rights news, 120 

Hunsinger, R.B., 100, 101 

Hunter s handbook, 123 

Hunting, 115, 123 

Huronia Historical Parks, 75-76 

Hutchinson, A., 51 

Hutchi[n]son, R.E., 126 

Hydraulic systems, 49 

IBI Group, 44, 45 
Ibson, T.L., 47 
Des idées aux lois, 26 
III health, An estimate of the economic 
burden, 109 

Immigrant student in secondary schools, 
72 


Immigration see Emigration and 
immigration 
Impaired driving, 137 
Impiego e diritti umani, 120 
Imports, 51 

In conversation with, 81 
In review, 77 

In the presence of the dragon throne, 84 

Income tax, 151 

Income Tax Act, 36 

Income Tax Amendment Act (bill), 4, 9 

Income Tax Discounters Act (bill), 18 

Indians of North America-Ontario, 152 

Industrial development contacts, 

Directory of , 114 

Industrial energy demand study, 93 
Industrial promotion, 146 
Industrial Training Branch, 60 
Industrial wastes, 99 
Industrial Wastes Branch, 99 
Industries, Location of, 114 
Industry Branch, 1 14 
Industry, Division of, 113 
Industry and Tourism, Ministry of, 
113-117 

Industry and Trade, Division of, 113-114 
Industry in rural Ontario, Incentives for, 
55 

Industry Task Analysis Program, 60, 61 
Industry 4- trade services, 114 
Infant stimulation curriculum, 64 
Infants, nutrition, 105 
Inflation (Finance), 151 
Inflation accounting, Ontario Committee 
on, 148 

Information bulletin, 139, 140 
Information services employees, 58 
Information Systems and Records Branch, 
91 

Informator dla nowoprzybylych us/ugi w 
Ontario, 72 
Ingratta, F., 54 
Innés, D.G., 128 

Insect and disease control in the home 
garden, 49 

Installations septiques, Faits au sujet des, 
98 

Institut provincial francophone de 
leadership, 78 

Institute of Policy Analysis, 152 
Insulation (Heat), 65 
Insurance, 73 


165 


accident, 118 
automobile, 27 
life, 118 

Insurance, Agricultural, crops, 56 
Interaction, 65 

Intercultural relations see Cultural 
relations 

Interface study, 89, 90 
Intergovernmental fiscal relations, 151 
Intermediate literature, 81 
Interpretation bulletin, 139 
Interprovincial trade, 146 
Investing in our future, 146 
Inwood Provincial Park, 130 
Iron for vitality, 106 
Irwin, R.W., 52, 53 
Issues and alternatives, 151 
It hurts, man, 120 
Italian community , Papers on, 76 

Jackson, J.N., 146 
Jackson, R.J., 46 
Jaffary, K.D., 45 
Jails see Prisons 

James F. MacLaren ltd., 101, 122 

Jarvis, W.J., 51 

Le jeu dramatique, 87 

Les jeunes s' toutes des fous, 81 

Jewett, G. A., 129 

Job analysis, 60, 61 

Job search, 119 

John A. Schmalz Agencies Limited Act 
(bill), 8 

John Bousfield Associates, 1 12 
Jongleries mathématiques, 8 1 
Jongleries métriques, 82 
Jordan, D.C., 49 
Jour du Souvenir, 90 
Journal, 108 
Journals, 25 
Jowett, G. S., 46, 47 
Joy, L.A., 47 

Judicature Amendment Act (bill), 16, 17 
Judicial Review Procedure Act, 38 
Jung, F., 144 
Justice Committee, 26 
Juvenile delinquency, 69 
Juveniles, Ontario’s probation and 
aftercare services for, 68 

KWIC index to the Government of 
Ontario, 71 


Kabinakagami Lake area, geology, 127 
Kains, F., 53 

Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park, 130 
Kap Kig iwan Provincial Park, 130 
Kapelos, G., 74 
Karrow, P.F., 127 

Kedna Enterprises Limited Act (bill), 24 
Kelly, A., 57 
Kelly, M.J., 46 
Kelly, R.D., 52 
K e nor a, Air Quality , 103, 104 
Kevalaine Corporation Limited Act (bill), 
8 

Killarney Provincial Park, 131 

Killbear Provincial Park, 131 

King, A.J., 85, 89 

Kitchen, H.M., 45 

Klotz Lake Provincial Park, 131 

Klugman, M.A., 128 

Kogon, M.H. 105 

Kome, P., 138 

Krashinsky, M., 152 

Krayewski, F., 118 

Kustra, C.R., 128 


LGMP see Local government management 
project 

Laboratory Services Branch, 99 
Labour force and immigration, 150 
Labour force growth, Long term outlook 
for, 150 

Labour law in action, 1 19 
Labour, Ministry of, 117-121 
Labour Relations Act, 36 
Labour Relations Amendment Act (bill), 

2, 3, 7, 11, 16, 21 
Labour topics, 119 
Lacrosse, 79 
Laing, J., 53 
Lake Huron, 102 

Lake of the Woods Provincial Park, 131 
Lake on the Mountain Provincial Park, 

131 

Lake St. Peter Provincial Park, 131 
Lake Superior Provincial Park, 129, 131 
Lakeview generating station, 136 
LaMarsh, J.B., 45 
Lambert, C., 62 
Land, regional planning, 146 
Land Registration, Director of, 64 
Land severance, 1 1 1 


Land Speculation Tax Amendment Act 
(bill), 4, 10 
Land subdivision, 152 

law and legislation, 1 1 1 
Land titles procedural guide, 65 
Land Transfer Tax Act, 36 
Land Transfer Tax Amendment Act (bill), 
4, 10 

Land use planning, Acoustics technology 
in, 99 

The Landlord and Tenant Act, 37 
Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act 
(bill), 20, 21 
Lane, C.H., 125 
Lang, R., 112 
Langevin, C., 89 
Language and citizenship classes 
directory, 73 
Language arts 

(Elementary) — Examinations , 
questions, etc., 84 

Language development in the pre-school 
child, 73 
Law, K.T.,144 

Law and the woman in Ontario, 1 19 

Law Society of Upper Canada, 56 

Lawrence, J., 100 

Leadership, 78 

Leaf-miners, 51, 53, 96 

Learning disabilities, 87 

Learning materials development plan, 87 

Leduc Township, geology, 127 

Leeches, 97 

Legacy, 95 

Legal aid societies, 56, 57 
Leggi dell’ Ontario in materia di lavoro di 
particolare interesse per le donne 
che lavorano, 119 
Legislative Assembly, 1-27 
Legislative Assembly Act, 37 
Legislative Assembly Amendment Act 
(bill), 12, 14, 16, 20 
Legislative Assembly Retirement 

Allowance Amendment Act (bill), 
14, 20 

Legislative Library, 27 
Legumes as feed, 53 
Legumes, inoculation, 49 
Leighton and Kidd, ltd., 44, 45 
Leipciger, M., 68 
Leis do trabalho de interesse para 
mulheres, 119 
Leith, J. C., 152 


Lenskyj, H., 73 
Leonard Township, 127 
Leuty, S.J., 53 
Levitt, A., 75 
Lewis- Watts, P., 144 
Lice, 94 

Licença par gravidez em Ontario, 1 19 
Licensing and Control Branch, 141 
Life in Ontario series, 73 
Life together, 120 

Light rail vehicles, Lateral dynamics of, 
143 

Lighting, 136 

Limitations Act, Discussion paper on, 57 
The Limited Partnerships Act, 37 
Linden, M., 77 
Linders, J., 126 
Line Fences Act, 37 
Linton, J.M., 47 
Liquor Control Act, 37 
Liquor Control Board of Ontario, 66 
Liquor Licence Act, 37 
Liquor Licence Amendment Act (bill), 14, 
16, 17 

Liquor Licence Board of Ontario, 66 
Live Stock Branch, 55 
Livestock, feeding, 52 
Livres canadiens pour enfants, 77 
Llewelyn-Davies Weeks Canada ltd., 110, 
111 

Lo, K.Y., 144 

Loan and Trust Corporations Act, 37 
Local elections, 146 
Local finance, 147 
Local government, 146, 148 
Local government management project, 
146 

Local Planning Policy Branch, 1 1 1 
Local transit, 144 
Lockhart, R., 78 

La loi et la femme en Ontario, 1 19 
Lombardo Furniture and Appliances 
Limited Act (bill), 8 

Long term economic outlook for Ontario, 
149 

Loubill Hobbies and Sports Limited Act 
(bill), 25 

Lovell, H.L., 128 
Lumis, G.P., 52 


MTC news, 141 
McCabe, A.E. , 46 




McClain, K., 126 
McColl, R., 72 
McCrae, A.L., 147 
McCrimmon, H.R., 48 
McCubbin Township, geology, 127 
McCulloch, R., 54 
Macdonald, B.J., 43 
Macdonald, G., 137 
MacDonald, G.E., 46 
Macdonald, H.I., 48 
MacDonald, V.N., 146 
McDonell, W.D., 52 
McDonough, I., 77 
McEwan, T.A., 48 
McEwen, F.A., 56 
McFetridge, D.G., 152 
McGillis Township, geology, 127 
MacGregor, C.F., 52 
McGugan, D., 88 
Mackasey, W.O., 127 
McKeough, W.D., 145, 150 
MacLeod Provincial Park, 131 
Me Michael Canadian Collection, 80 
Macmurchy Township, geology, 127 
Macnab, I.D., 123, 124 
McNabb, P., 112 

McNamara Township, geology, 127 
McRae Point Provincial Park, 131 
Mail-a-menu, 56 
Mail-order business, 65 
Maintenance, 99 
Makuch, S.M., 45 
Malden, Township of, Inquiry, 43 
Managed forest tax reduction program, 

150 

Management Board of Cabinet, 121-122 
Managers for local government, 148, 149 
Manpower control in the Ontario 
government, 121 
Manpower planning for 

information /communications 
personnel, 58 

Manuel a 1' intention des parents d’ enfants 
aveugles, 87 

Le manuel de V animateur d’ une 
discussion, 76 

Manuel de tenue des livres à /’ intention 
des groupes de citoyens, 76 
Manuels scolaires, 90 
Manufacturing & diversification 
opportunities, 114 

Manufacturing H- marketing opportunities, 
114 


Manufacturing industries, Consumption of 
fuel and electricity by , 149 
Maple, 125 

Maple syrup, 50, 53, 125 
Maps, 87, 123, 126, 127 
Marathon, Air quality, 103, 104 
Marijuana, 108 
Marketing, 

agricultural products, 49 
Marketing notes, 55 
Marks, F., 53 
Markusen, J.R., 152 
Les marmitons, 82 
Marr, W.L., 152 
Marriage Act (bill), 1, 15 
Marsalek, J. , 101 
Marten River Provincial Park, 131 
Martin, C.W., 73 
Mass media, 146 

Mathematics-Examinations , questions , 
etc., 84 

Matol Holdings Limited Act (bill), 23 
Matten, E.E., 129 
Maxwell, J., 89 
Mayo, Henry B., 147 
Measuring achievement at the primary 
and junior levels, 87 
Mechanics’ Lien Act, 37 
Medical care, 118 
cost of, 141 

Medical Data Bank Act (bill), 2 
Medical statistics, 107 
Medicine, preventive, 151 

study and teaching, 109 
Meiser, J. , 48 

Membres et chefs de groupe, 78 
Mendes da Costa, D., 57 
Mental Health Amendment Act (bill), 21 I 
Mental retardation facilities, 62 
Mentally handicapped, 62 
care and treatment, 62 
children, 64 
Menzies, D.R., 50 
Mercury, 95 

Meteorological services, 50 
Metric Committee, 95 
Metric medicine is easy, 106 
Metric system, 54, 95, 111, 141 
Le métrique. . 82 

Metropolitan governments, 45 
Metropolitan Toronto, Royal Commission 
on, 45 

Meyn, H.D., 127 


Microwave oven repair, 61 
Middle Falls Provincial Park, 131 
Middleton, R.S., 129 
Mighton, C.E., 48 
Milk Amendment Act (bill), 19 
Milk Commission of Ontario, 56 
Milk prices, 56 
Milne, V.G., 128 

Mineral aggregate resource management 
in Ontario, 129 

Mineral aggregates see Aggregates 
(Building materials) 

Mineral deposits circular, 128 
Mineral exploration assistance program, 
128 

Mineral industries, 129 
Mineral policy background paper, 128 
Mineral Resources Branch, 129 
Mines and mineral resources, 128, 152 
Mines, Division of, 127-129 
Mines Library, 129 

Mineuse en tache de la feuille de luzerne, 
53 

Mining Tax Act, 37 
Ministerial responsibility for acts, 104 
Ministry of Consumer and Commercial 
Relations Act, 16, 38 
Ministry of Consumer and Commercial 

Relations Amendment Act (bill), 16 
Ministry of Culture and Recreation Act, 

37 

Ministry of Government Services Act, 38 
Ministry of Health Act, 38 
Ministry of Labour Amendment Act (bill), 
5 

Ministry of Northern Affairs Act (bill), 2, 
11 

Miscellaneous paper, 128 

Mitchell, T.H., 46 

Mobile homes, 65 

Mod-L programme, 64 

Monitoring System Committee, 141 

Monthly bulletin, 121 

Monthly crop and live stock report, 54 

Monthly dairy report, 54 

Monthly rates and comparative bills, 135 

Morgan, R.W., 151 

Moriarty, D., 46 

Morrow, D.H., 28' — ' 

Mortgage Brokers Act, 38 
Mortgages, 65, 149 
Mosquitoes, 94, 97 
Motor bus lines, time tables, 135 


Motor oil recycling, 143 
Motor vehicle accident facts, - 14 1 
Motor Vehicle Dealers ActV-38^ 

Motor vehicle enquiry guide, 66 . 

Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Amendment Act 
(bill), 5 

Motor Vehicle Tax Amendment Act (bill), 
11 

Motor vehicles, inspection, 142 
Motorcycling, 141 

Motorized Snow Vehicles Amendment 
Act (bill), 1 1 
Le mouvement, 88 
Mullin, R.E., 125, 126 
Multicultural Development Branch, 76 
Multicultural profile, 76 
Multicultural resource material, 76 
Multiculturalism in action, 88 
Multiculturalism, Ontario Advisory 
Council on, 137 
Le multiculturalisme vécu, 88 
Mulvihill, N., 68 
Municipal Act, 38 

Municipal Amendment Act (bill), 6, 13, 
21 

Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, 38 
Municipal corporations, 148 
Municipal directory, 150 
Municipal Elections Act (bill), 14, 18 
Municipal Elections Amendment Act 
(bill), 3 

Municipal Engineers Association of 
Ontario, 95 

Municipal government, 147 
Municipal law see Municipal corporations 
Municipal Licensing Act (bill), 20 
Municipal planning information guide, 

146 

Municipal I Provincial Transportation 
Branch, 142 

Municipal Welfare Consulting Branch, 63 
Municipal Working Group, Report of, 96 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 
Amendment Act (bill), 6, 13, 20 
Murray, J., 90 
Murray, M.P., 101 
Museums, 75 
Mushrooms, 54 
Myron, R.M., 118 

Nagagamisis Provincial Park, 131 
Names, Geographical, 126 


National coaching development program, 
77 

Native students, scholarships for, 68 
Natural Death Act (bill), 1 
Natural Resources, Ministry of, 65, 94, 
122-134, 150 

Negligence Amendment Act (bill), 18 
New Liskeard College of Agricultural 
Technology, 50 
Newcomer news, 77 

Newcomers guide to services in Ontario, 
73, 74 

News for schools, 82 
Neys Provincial Park, 131 
Niagara Institute for International Studies 
Act (bill), 23 

Niagara Parks Commission, 133 
Niagara Region Study Review 
Commission, 146, 147 
Niagara, Regional Municipality of, 100 
Nininger, J.R. , 146 
Noise control, 94, 142 
Noise pollution, 95, 96, 143 
The noisies, 95 
Nonnecke, I.L., 50 

Non-Returnable Beverage Containers Act 
(bill), 7 

Non-smoking areas, Guidelines for the 
establishment of, 106 
Non- wage payments, 118 
NorOntair, 135 
North Bay, 94 

North Beach Provincial Park, 131 
Northeastern Ontario, Directory, Indian 
reserves, 134 

Northeastern Ontario, Directory, 

incorporated communities, 134 
Northeastern Ontario, Directory, 

unincorporated communities, 135 
Northern Affairs Branch, 134-135 
Northern Affairs, Ministry of, 134-135 
Northern and Central Gas Corporation, 
93, 94 

Northern Ontario Development 
Corporation, 116 

Northern Ontario, Transportation rates 
and economic development in, 152 
Northlander service, 135 
Northwestern Ontario, Directory, 

incorporated communities, 1 34 
Northwestern Ontario, Directory, 

unincorporated communities, 135 


Northwestern Ontario, economic 

conditions, social conditions, 134 
Northwestern Ontario planning region, 
124 

Notes à l’intention des chefs de groupe, 
78 

Notre héritage parlementaire , 80 
Nous sommes là pour aider, 62 
Nursery notes, 125 
Nursing homes, 107 

administration, 106 
Nutrition, 105, 106, 107 


OECA school radio, 81 
O HI P practitioner care statistics, 107 
O. H. I. P. see Ontario Health Insurance 
Plan 

OLR Index, 77 

Oastler Lake Provincial Park, 131 
O’Bryan, K. G., 89 
Occasional paper, 151 
Occupational Health and Safety Act (bill), 
16 

Occupiers’ Liability Act (bill), 2, 14 
Office of the Fire Marshal, 140 
Oil and gas exploration, 128 
Oil and gas statistics, 93 
Ojibway Provincial Park, 131 
Old age pensions — Canada, 152 
Old Fort Henry, 134 
Ombudsman, 28 

Ombudsman, Select Committee on, 28 
Onions, 50, 51 
Ontario Advisory Council on 
Multiculturalism, 137 
Ontario Advisory Council on Senior 
Citizens, 137 

Ontario Advisory Council on the 

Physically Handicapped, 138 
Ontario agriculture, 50 
Ontario Arts Council, 80 
Ontario Board of Funeral Services, 109 
Ontario budget, 147, 150 
Ontario bulletin, 1 16 
Ontario business news, 1 14 
Ontario, Canada’s province of 
opportunity, 1 1 4 
Ontario Cancer Institute, 109 
Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research 
Foundation, 109 

Ontario career action program, 59 


170 


Ontario Centre for Resource Recovery, 95 
Ontario Commission on the Legislature, 
Select Committee on, 28 
Ontario Commission on Waste 

Management and Resource 
Recovery Systems Act (bill), 19 
Ontario Council of Health, 109-110 
Ontario Council on University Affairs, 61 
Ontario Crop Protection Committee, 49 
Ontario Development Corporation, 1 16 
Ontario economic accounts, 149 
Ontario Economic Council, 151-152 
Ontario Economic Council research 
studies, 152 

The Ontario economy, 151, 152 
Ontario education dimensions, 88 
Ontario Educational Communications 
Authority, 81-83, 142 
Ontario Educational Communications 
Authority Act, 38 

Ontario Educational Research Information 
System (ONTERIS), 88 
Ontario Energy Board, 93-94 
Ontario Energy Corporation, 94 
Ontario finances, 151 
Ontario Fire College, 140 
Ontario fish and wildlife review, 123 
Ontario Food Council, 56 
Ontario Food Terminal Amendment Act 
(bill), 17 

Ontario gazette, 104 
Ontario Geographic Names Board, 126 
Ontario Geological Survey miscellaneous 
paper, 128-129 

Ontario Geological Survey report, 1 29 
Ontario Geological Survey study, 129 
Ontario Government publications , 104, 
105 

Ontario Government publications, 
monthly checklist, 1 04 
Ontario Government statistics for 
municipalities, 149 
Ontario Guaranteed Annual Income 
Amendment Act (bill), 16 
Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 107, 118 
Ontario Herbicide Committee, 49 
Ontario Heritage Act, 38, 75 
Ontario Heritage Foundation, 83 
Ontario Highway Transport Board, 144 
Ontario Historical Studies Series, 69 
Ontario Home Renewal Program, An 
evaluation of, 111 


Ontario Horticultural Association, 49 
Ontario Housing Corporation, 110, 113 
Ontario housing requirements, 1 12 
Ontario Human Rights Code, 39, 120 
Ontario Human Rights Code Amendment 
Act (bill), 2, 3, 7, 12 
Ontario Human Rights Commission, 120 
j Ontario Hydro, 44, 93, 135-136 
v > Ontario Hydro research quarterly, 136 
Ontario Industrial Waste Conference, 95 
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 
84 

Ontario junior rangers, 123 
Ontario Labour- Management Arbitration 
Commission, 121 

Ontario Labour Relations Act, Guide to, 
121 

Ontario Labour Relations Board, 121 
Ontario Land Corporation, 153 
Ontario Law Reform Commission, 57 
Ontario legal aid plan, 56 
Ontario Library Association, 105 
Ontario library review, 77 
Ontario Loan Act (bill), 4, 10 
Ontario localities represented by the 
collection of the ROM, A 
catalogue, 128 
Ontario map catalogue, 123 
Ontario Mental Health Foundation, 110 
Ontario Milk Producers, 48 
Ontario Mineral Aggregate Working 
Party, 129 

Ontario Mortgage Corporation, 110 
Ontario Municipal Board, 57 
Ontario Northland Transportation 
Commission, 135, 145 
Ontario Official Languages Act (bill), 17 
Ontario Place, 116 
Ontario Plowmen’s Association, 54 
Ontario Potato Conference, 55 
Ontario provincial parks, 131 
Ontario Public Service, 58 
Ontario Racing Commission, 66-67 
Ontario Research Foundation, 1 17 
Ontario Residential Condominium Study 
Group, 65 
Ontario review, 1 13 
Ontario Science Centre, 83-84 
Ontario Securities Commission, 67 
Ontario, social conditions, 149 
Ontario statistics, 149 
Ontario Status of Women Council, 138 


171 


Ontario Stock Yards, 52 
Ontario Student Housing Corporation, 1 10 
Ontario student loans plan, 59 
Ontario tax studies, 151 
Ontario Teacher Education College, 92 
Ontario Telephone Service Commission, 
145 

Ontario trade and export journal, 1 1 3 
Ontario traffic safety, 141 
Ontario Trails Council, 133-134 
Ontario Unconditional Grants Amendment 
Act (bill), 4, 10 

Ontario Waste Disposal and Reclamation 
Commission Act (bill), 5, 15 
Ontario Water Resources Act, 39 
Ontario Women’s Bureau, 119 
Ontario Youth Employment Act (bill), 4, 
10 

Ontario Youth Secretariat, 138 
Ontario’ s development corporations, 

Come grow with, 1 16 
Ontario’s energy future , 93 
Ontario’ s environment today, 95 
ONTERIS, 88 
Open burning, 96 
Open doors, 88 
Opening of the West, 88 
Operating Engineers Act, 39 
Operation doorstop angling, 123, 124 
Operations and Development Control 
Branch, 111, 112 

Orangeville area, Quaternary geology, 

127 

Orchard sprayers, 50 
Orchards, 50 

Order paper and notices, 26 
Organization d’ un congrès, 76 
Orientation resources, 74 
Ornamental Research Committee, 50 
Orr, H.L., 48 
Osler, A.M., 46 
Ottawa-Carleton, 128 
Ottawa-Carleton Review Commission, 

147 

Our parliamentary heritage, 80 
Outlet Beach Provincial Park, 131 
Outline, 110 

Out-of-classroom experiences, 88 
Outreach for understanding, 70 
Outreach guidebook, 44 
Oxford Municipal Hydro-Electric Service 
Act (bill), 19 


Pancake Bay Provincial Park, 131 
Paper recycling, 102 
Le parc provincial Carillon, 132 
Le parc provincial Remi Lake, 132 
Le parc provincial South Nation, 132 
Parks, 134 

Parks Assistance Act, 39 
Parks, Division of, 129-133 
Parkway Belt Planning and Development 
Act, 39 

Parkway Belt West, 147 

Parole, 68 

Partlow, H.R., 85 

Partnership for prosperity, 147 

Partnerships Act, 39 

Partnerships Registration Act, 39 

Part-time employment, 77, 118 

Paterson, J.M., 126 

Patients’ Rights Act (bill), 3 

Pattison, J.C., 151 

Payne, J., 73 

Peaches, 56 

Pears, 53 

Pearson, N., 44 

Peebles, E., 75 

Peel Municipal Hydro-Electric Service 
Act (bill), 14 
Pension Benefits Act, 39 
Pension Benefits Amendment Act (bill), 

5, 6 

Pension Commission of Ontario, 67 
Pentz, D., 78 

People of native ancestry, 90 
Perfume & Cosmetic Bars Limited Act 
(bill), 9 

Perkins, A. A., 77 
Perley Bridge, 144 
Personal Property Registration, 66 
Personal Property Registration Branch, 66 
Personal Property Security Amendment 
Act (bill), 1, 12 
Personnel Services Branch, 99 
Pesando, J.E., 152 
Pest control, 49 
Pesticides, 50, 96, 97 

safety measures, 95 
Peter Barnard Associates, 111, 112 
Peter’s Woods Provincial Nature Reserve, 
132 

Un petit déjeuner en vitesse, 107 
Petroglyphs Provincial Park, 132 
Petty Trepass Amendment Act (bill), 19 


172 


J- 


Pfeiffer, W.C., 54 

Pharmaceutical industry see Drug trade 
Phosphorus removal from human 
wastewater, 99 
Photography, 70 
Physical fitness, 69 
Physically handicapped, 138 
recreation, 79 

Physically Handicapped, Ontario 
Advisory Council on, 138 
Pick your own farms, 50 
Pickering generating station, 136 
Picture this, 82 
Pierpoint, G., 126 
Pinery Provincial Park, 132 
Pinery Provincial Park newsletter, 132 
La piscine, Les joies de, 106 
Pits and Quarries Act, 39 
Pits and Quarries Control Act, 39, 40 
Un placement pour demain, 147 
The planet of man, 82 
Planification de programmes, 78 
Planner's reference to legislation, 1 1 1 
Planning Act, 40, 111 
Planning Act Review Committee, 1 12 
Planning Amendment Act (bill), 17, 19 
Planning and Research Branch 

(Correctional Services), 68-69 
Plants, Ornamental, 50 
Plastics, 114 
Podoliak, E., 73, 74 
Poisson Township, geology, 127 
Polar Bear Provincial Park, 132 
Police Act, 40 

Police Amendment Act (bill), 20 
Policy Analysis and Financial Planning 
Secretariat, 63 

Policy and Program Development 
Secretariat, 112 

Policy Planning Branch, 149-150 
Pollution abatement, Alternative policies 
for, 98 

Pollution Control Branch, 99-101 

Polonski, M., 68 

Poplar, 126 

Population, 149 

Population forecasting, 149 

Porte ouverte, 88 

A portrait of the artist as a young man, 82 
Portuguese community, Papers on, 16 
Potatoes, 56 


Pourquoi la Confédération vaut les 
dollars qu elle coûte, 147 
Powell, M.J., 146 
Power Plant engineering, 66 
Power resources, 93 
Prato, D., 61 

Precipitation (Chemistry), 94 
Pregnancy leave in Ontario, 119, 120 
Preparation of moose and deer hides, 124 
Preventive maintenance see Maintenance 
Price, M.A., 87 

Price Waterhouse Associates, 45 

Prime, M.G., 109 

Principes de sécurité routière, 141 

Pringle, M., 138 

Printed word, 75 

Printing Services Branch, 104-105 
Prirucnik za novodosle useljenike o 
javnim uslugama i sluzbama u 
ontariju, 14- 
Prisoner, 82 
Prisons, 68 

Privacy Fence Evaluation Task Force, 142 

Privacy, Right of, 57 

Private Road Access Act (bill), 15 

Private Vocational Schools Act, 40 

Probation, 68 

Probation officers, 68 

Proceedings Against the Crown 

Amendment Act (bill), 1, 12 
Proctor and Redfern, ltd., 101, 123 
Professional Fund-raising Corporations 
Control Act (bill), 6 

Professional Organizations Committee, 57 
Professional summer courses for teachers, 
88 

Profil multiculturel, 76 
Profiles of Ontario municipalities, 1 14 
Program Cost Disclosure Act (bill), 21 
Program Resources Branch, 60-61 
Project Canada, 91 
Project Planning Branch, 143 
Project school-to- school , 92 
Projects and people, 152 
Projet Canada, 91, 92 
Le projet de dépistage précoce de 
Windsor, 89 

Property Rights Division, 64 
Prospecting, geophysical methods, 129 
Provincial Auditor, 136 
Provincial Courts Amendment Act (bill), 

17 


173 


Provincial financial assistance to 
municipalities, boards and 
commissions, 150 
Provincial Land Tax Act, 40 
Provincial Library Service, 77 
Provincial-Municipal Affairs Secretariat, 

150 

Provincial-Municipal Grants Reform 
Committee, 148 
Provincial parks, 129-133 
Provincial Parks Act, 40 
Provincial Parks Council, 134 
Provincial Secretary for Justice, 136-137 
Provincial Secretary for Social 
Development, 137-138 
Public accounts, 148 
Public Commercial Vehicles Act, 40 
Public decision making, The process of, 

151 

Public Health administration, 107 
Public Hospitals Amendment Act (bill), 

19 

Public lands, 123 
Public Lands Act, 32 
Public libraries, 77 
Public Libraries Act, 40 
Public road allowances, 1 1 2 
Public school enrolment, 91 
The Public Service Act, 41 
Public Service Superannuation Act, 41 
Public Service Superannuation Board, 105 
Public Transportation and Highway 
Improvement Amendment Act 
(bill), 17 

Public Trustee, 57 

Public Utilities Amendment Act (bill), 2, 
6, 13 

Public Vehicles Act, 41 
Public Vehicles Amendment Act (bill), 3, 
12 

Publishers and publishing, 75 
Puits et de V eau, Faits au sujet des, 98 
Pukaskwa River — University River area, 
127 

Pulp and paper industry, 98 
Pump-out stations, 95 
Pumping machinery, maintenance and 
repair, 99 

Qazi, M.A., 101 

Quarterly Statistical Bulletin, 63 


The Queen s Silver Jubilee, 89 
Quetico Provincial Park, 132 
The quiet desperation of the immigrant, 
76 

Rabbit meat, 50 
Rachamalla, K.S., 128 
Railroads, noise, 143 

time tables, 135, 145 
Railways see Railroads 
Railway Fire Charge Act, 40 
Rainberry, F.B., 47 
Rainbow Falls Provincial Park, 132 
Rauter, R.M., 126 
Raven, 132 
Rea, S.A., 152 
Readalong, 82 

Reading, study and teaching, 84, 85 
Real estate business, 65 
Reath, P., 46 
Rebellions, 89 
Recidivism, 68 
Recidivists, 68 
Records management, 149 
Recreation, 78 
Recreation centers, 78 
Recreation facilities index, 78 
Recruiting of employees, 149 
Reflective approach in values education, 
89 

Reforestation, 124 

Reform of Property Taxation in Ontario, 
Commission on, 43 

Réforme des arrangements fiscaux, 145 
Refrigeration and air-conditioning 
mechanic, 60 

Régime d'aide financière aux étudiants, 

59 

Régime d'aide financière aux étudiants de 
l’Ontario, 59 

Régime de prêts aux étudiants, 59 
Regional Municipalities Amendment Act 
(bill), 6, 12 

Regional Municipality of Durham 
Amendment Act (bill), 5 
The Regional Municipality of 

Haldimand-Norfolk Act, 41 
The Regional Municipality of 
Ottawa-Carleton Act, 41 
Regional Municipality of Peel Act, 41 
Regional Operations and Laboratories 
Division, 103-104 


174 


Regions and Marketing Branch, 135 
Regulations, 28-42 

Rehabilitation of juvenile delinquents, 69 
Reid, C.S.,75 
Relations et graphiques, 89 
Le remaniement d’ Ottawa-Carleton, Le 
rapport de la Commission d’étude, 
147 

Remembrance Day, 90 
Remi Lake Provincial Park, 132 
Remodeling of dwellings see Dwelling, 
remodeling 

Le rendement en lecture dans les écoles 
Franco-Ontariennes, 89 
Rendez-vous chez le dentiste, 107 
Renner, J.C., 46 
Renwick, J. A., 28 
Répertoire ethnoculturel, 76 
Representation Act, 41 
Representation of Children in the 

Provincial Court, Committee on, 57 
La repression chimique des mauvaise 
herbes, Guide pour, 49 
Research and Development Division 
(Transportation and 
Communications), 143-144 
Research Branch (Labour), 117-118 
Research-Canada, finance, 152 
Research Division (Ontario Hydro), 136 
Research grants — Canada, 152 
Research Library (Labour), 118-119 
Residential Premises Rent Review Act, 41 
Residential Premises Rent Review 
Amendment Act (bill), 3 
Residential Services, Interministry 
Committee on, 137 
Resource Centre, 77 
Resource files, 75 

Resource list for a multicultural society, 

89 

Resource management see Conservation 
of natural resources 
Resource recovery, 94, 95, 97 
Resource Recovery Branch, 102 
Resources Development Committee, 25, 
26 

Restricted fire zones, 124 
Retail sales tax see Sales tax 
Retail Sales Tax Act, 41, 140 
Retail Sales Tax Amendment Act (bill), 4, 
10 

Retail Sales Tax Branch, 140 


Retirement, 78 

Revenue, Ministry of, 65, 138-140 
La révision de la loi sur les banques, 148 
Rhododendrons, 51 
Rickels, J.W., 50 
Rideau River Provincial Park, 132 
Rideout, E.B., 86 
Ridgetown College of Agricultural 
Technology, 51 

Riding Horse Establishments Act, 42 

Ridley, T., 85 

Riera, B., 47 

Ringette, 79 

Road bulletin, 142 

Road map, 141 

Roadside improvement, 144 

Robarts, J.P. , 45 

Roberts, K.J., 100 

Robertson, G., 118 

Robertson, J.A., 127 

Rock gardens, 51 

Rocks and minerals information, 129 
Rodenburg, J., 52, 53 
Roebuck, D., 70 
Rogers, S., 68 

Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation 
(Diocese of Alexandria) Act (bill), 
8 

Roman Catholic separate school 
enrolment, 91 

Rondeau Provincial Park, 130 
Rondeau Provincial Park newsletter, 1 32 
Ronto Development Company, Public 
Inquiry into, 43 
Rootstocks for fruit trees, 5 1 
Rose, A.H. 125 
Rose, D.J., 52 
Ross, D.I., 102 
Royal Botanical Gardens, 84 
Royal Commissions and Commissions of 
Inquiry, 43-47 

Royal Ontario Museum, 84, 128 
Rupke, R.W., 101 
Rural Development Branch, 55 
Rural Estate Guidelines, 1 1 2 
Rushing River Provincial Park, 133 
Rushton, J.P., 46 

Rust see Corrosion, and anti-corrosives 
Rutabagas, 51 
Ryan, D.W., 85 

Ryerson Polytechnical Institute Act (bill), 
5, 12 


175 


SNC Consultants, 93 
Safety in children s formal play 
environments, 78 

St. Clair Parkway Commission, 134 
St. Lawrence Parks Commission, 134 
St. Mary area, Quaternary geology, 127 
Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, 75-76 
Sainte- Marie au pays des Hurons, 76 
Salads, 56 

Sale of Goods Act, 42 
Sales tax, 140 
Salesman /woman, 60 
Samples for laboratory analysis, 99 
Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park, 
133 

Sand, 129 

Sandbanks Provincial Park, 133 
Sandbar Lake Provincial Park, 133 
Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg 
Railway Act (bill), 18 
Sarzotti, A., 72 
Satterly, E., 74 
Satterly, J., 128 

Sauble Falls Provincial Park, 133 
Saul, G.H.,126 

Saunders Lake area, geology, 127 
Schafer, D.P. , 69 
Scheffman, D.T., 152 
Schmidtke, N.W., 101 
Scholarships, 59, 68 
School administrators, training of, 88 
School attendance, 86 
School boards, 86 
School buildings, 58 
School bus stopping law, 142 
School children, transportation, 141 
School enrolment see School attendance 
School food services, Working paper on, 
107 

Schouten, M., 46 
Schwartz, M., 72 

Seasonal fruit & vegetable report, 55 
Seat belt comics, 142 
Seat belts, Automobile see Automobile 
seat belts 

Secchi disc-chlorophyll ji self help 
program, 96 

Secondary /post-secondary interface study, 
89, 90 

Secondary school diploma requirements, 
90 


Secondary schools, 87 
enrolment, 91 

The secret of the samurai, 82 
Securities Act (bill), 2,12 
See, hear, 82 

Select and Standing Committees, 27-28 
Self incorporated, 82 
Semestering, Approaches to, 85 
Semestering in secondary schools, 87 
Semper Paratus, ltd., 44 
Senior citizens see Aged 
Senior Citizens’ Branch and Office on 
Aging, 64 

Senior Citizens, Ontario Advisory Council 
on, 137 

Senior citizens’ privilege card, 64 

Septic tanks, 97, 100 

Serpent Harbour, 102 

Serpent Mounds Provincial Park, 133 

Severance pay see Wages, dismissal wage 

Sevigny, D.C., 108 

Sewage disposal, 95,99,101 

Sewage lagoons, 101 

Sewage purification, filtration, 100 

Sewage sludge, 93, 99, 100, 101 

Sex discrimination in education, 138 

Shale, 128 

Shannon, E.E., 101 

Sharbot Lake Provincial Park, 133 

Shared ride taxi opportunities study, 142 

Sharratt, K., 143 

Sheep, 52 

Sheese, J.G., 64 

Shewchun, J., 45 

The Shoals Provincial Park, 133 

Shoplifting, 137 

Shore and Horwitz Construction Company 
Limited Act (bill), 25 
Short Hills Provincial Park, 133 
Shrubs, 52 

Shrubs for wildlife , 124 
Signs and symbols, 65 
Silverman, H., 71 
Sinclair, N.B., 53 
Sing out! 64 
Singer, B.D., 47 
Singer, V.M., 27 

Sioux Narrows Provincial Park, 133 

Sippell, W.L., 125 

Siragusa, G.M., 127 

Sisco, N.A., 59, 61 

Skin, care and hygiene, 106 


176 


Slater, K. J., 44 
Slope stability, 128 
Slugs, 53 

Small Business Act (bill), 15 
Small Claims Court Amendment Act 
(bill), 17 
Smart, J., 101 
Smith, A.G., 100 
Smith, A.W., 51 
Smith, Auld & Associates, 146 
Smoke detectors, 65 
Smoking, 106 

Social assistance, Who' s eligible for, 62 
Social Assistance Review Board, 61 
Social Development Committee, 25, 26 
Social indicators, 149 
Social service, 62 

Social service, administration see Social 
work administration 
Social values, 87 
Social work administration, 63 
Softball, 79 

Soil compressibility test see Soil 
consolidation test 
Soil consolidation test, 144 
Soil fumigants, 53 
Soils and crops, 55 
Soils and Crops Branch, 55 
Solar energy, 45, 93 
Solar heating, 44, 45 
Solicitor General, Ministry of, 140 
Songs & games, 74 
Soroka, L.A., 147 
South Nation Provincial Park, 133 
Southwestern Region of Ontario, Mineral 
aggregate study and geological 
inventory, 123 
Sows, 53 
Soybeans, 51 
Spasoff, R.A., 109 
Speakers Bureau, 117 
Special Education Programs Act (bill), 

12, 19 

Special Services Branch, 78 

Speech from the Throne, 26 

Speed limits, 141 

Spethmann, G., 72 

Sports and Fitness Division, 77-79 

Sport travelcade, 79 

Spring events, 115 

Squash (Game), 79 

Stanley, P.R., 47 


Stanley Starr Limited Act (bill), 24 
Stansfield, D., 81 
Stapleford, E.M., 63 
The stationary ark, 82 
Statistical Data Users Committee, 149 
Statistical summary, 58 
Statistical supplement, 63 
Statistical yearbook, 1 36 
Statistics, 149 

medical, 107 

Statistics (Natural Resources), 124 
Statutes, 28-42 

Statutory Powers Procedure Act, 38 
Stevenson, D.J., 52 
Storm sewers, 101 
Strategic land use plan, 124 
Stratford dial-a-ride transit, 143 
Stratford transit operational review, 1 42 
Streamflow data, 102, 103 
Strick, J.,47 

Student Activities and Special Projects 
Branch, 91-92 
Student aspirations, 80 
Student assistance program, 59 
Student employment, 1 17 
Student enrolment, 91 
Student Guidance Information Service, 92 
Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park, 133 
Subdivisions control, 112 
Subrahmanyan, T.P., 100 
Subsidies Branch, 150 
Succession Duty Act, 42 
Succession Duty Amendment Act (bill), 

4, 10 

Succession Law Reform Act (bill), 1, 15 
Successor Rights (Crown Transfers) Act 
(bill), 3, 9 

Sudbury area canoe routes, 124 
Sudbury — Espanola area, geology, 128 
Sudbury Young Women’s Christian 
Association Act (bill), 22 
Sullivan, E., 89 
Summer events, 115 
Superintendent of Insurance, 67 
Supplementary expenditure estimates, 1 22 
Supply Act (bill), 21 
Supply Committee, 25 
Sur la route des pionniers, 1 15 
Surducki, M., 74 
Surface water series, 103 
Surrey Place Centre, 64 


177 


Surrogate Courts Amendment Act (bill), 
15 

Survey, Ontario telephone seat belt, 144 
Surveys and Mapping Branch, 124, 
126-127 

Surveys, Traffic see Traffic surveys 

Sutherland, J . , 61 

Sutton, P.M., 101 

Sweet, J.S., 69, 78 

Sweet, M.J., 78 

Swimming pools, 77, 106 

Swine, 50 

Switzer, C.M., 50, 51 
Systems Research and Development 
Branch, 143 
Szijarto, L., 48 


T.E.S.L. talk, 71, 72, 74 
Table tennis, 79 
Tariff, 146 

Task Force Onakawana, 95 

Tate, E.D., 47 

Tax bulletin, 140 

Tax credits, 139, 151 

Tax Refund Discounts Act (bill), 2 

Taxation, 140 

Taxation and Fiscal Policy Branch, 
150-151 
Taxicabs, 142 
Tay, A., 101 
Taylor, J., 47 

Teacher Education Branch, 92 
Teachers, Summer courses, 88 
Teachers’ Superannuation Adjustment 
Fund Account, 121 

Teachers’ Superannuation Commission, 
92 

Teaching English as a second language, 
74 

Teaching pronunciation to Chinese 
learners of English, 74 
Technical Advisory Group on Statistics, 
149 

Teeple, D. , 77 
Telephone directory, 104 
Telephone directory, Head office, 135 
Territorial Division Amendment Act 
(bill), 7 
Terry, E., 88 
Teskey, B.J., 53 
Textbooks, 90 


Theatres Branch, 66 
Theobald, W.F., 78 
Therapeutic communities for the 

management of addictions , 108 
Thompson, G.B., 46 
Thunder Bay, Air quality, 103, 104 
Thunder Bay, geology, 129 
Thurston, C.M., 61, 62 
Thurston, P.C., 127 
Tidewater Provincial Park, 133 
Tiessen, H., 50 
Tile Drainage Act, 42 
Timber Sales Branch, 127 
Timiskaming, District of, 128 
Tobacco, 51 
Tobacco habit, 108 

Tobacco Tax Amendment Act (bill), 4, 10 
Tom Grattan s war, 82 
Tom’ s midnight garden, 83 
Topical, 58 
Topical job mart, 58 
Topsoil Preservation Act (bill), 16 
Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority, 
145 

Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority 
Amendment Act (bill), 14 
Toronto educational 

governance / multiculturalism case 
study, 90 

Toronto General Burying Grounds Act 
(bill), 7 

Touch a child, 90 
Tourism, Division of, 114-115 
Tourism see Tourist trade 
Tourist trade, 115, 116 
Tours, 115 

Townsend community development 
program, 110, 111 
Townsend community plan, 1 10 
Townsend town centre planning study, 

111 

Township of Dover Act (bill), 7, 21 
Township of East Zorra — Tavistock Act 
(bill), 24 

Township of Georgina Act (bill), 23 
Township of Tay Act (bill), 21 
Toxic and Hazardous Substances Act 
(bill), 3, 18 

Traffic accidents, research, 144 
Traffic safety, 141, 142 
Traffic surveys, 144 
Traffic volumes, 142 


178 


Trailblazing, 134 
Training centres, adult, 68 
Training schools, 68 
Training Schools Act, 42 
Transit Systems Research and 
Development Branch, 143 
Transportation, rates, 152 
Transportation and Communications, 
Ministry of, 141-145 
Transportation energy demand analysis 
for Ontario, 93 
Trapping, 124 
Travel agents’ manual, 115 
Traveller’ s encyclopaedia of Ontario, 1 15 
Treasury, Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs, Ministry 
of, 145-153 
Tree farms, 126 
Tree planting, 125, 126 
Tree seeds, standards, 125 
Trees, 52, 53 

diseases and pests, 125 
The tricks of the marketplace, 65 
Trites, R.L., 87 

Troubled children and youth, Directory of 
facilities, 137 

Truck and bus driver’s manual, 142 
Trustee Amendment Act (bill), 1 
Tuberculosis, 107 
Turf, 50 

Turkey Point Provincial Park, 133 
TVOntario, 83 
TVOntario, What is, 83 
Tyrrell Township, geology. 127 


Unified Family Court Amendment Act 
(bill), 42 

Unified Family Court Act, 9 
Union Gas, ltd., 93 

University Affairs, Ontario Council on, 61 
Upper Canada Village, 134 
Urban rail vehicle running gear, 143 
Urban transit see Local transit 
Urban transit vehicles, Passenger comfort 
in, 143 
Usher, B., 86 


VIPS, 83 

Vacations, employee, 118 


Vanier Centre for Women, 68 
Vastatulleiden opas ontarion palveluihin, 
74 

Vegetable production recommendations , 

51 

Vegetables, 52 

greenhouse, 49 

Venture Investment Corporations 
Registration Act (bill), 4,10 
Victor, P. A., 98 
Video tapes, 83 

Village of Erie Beach Act (bill), 8 
Village of Port McNicoll Act (bill), 8, 21 
Violence in the Communications Industry, 
Royal Commission on, 45-47 
Visually handicapped, 87 
Vital Statistics Act, 42 
Vocational guidance, information 
services, 92 

Vocational interests, 80 
“ Void comment nous prenons 
l’autobus!” 142 

Volunteer Programmes Branch, 69 
Volunteer workers in rehabilitation, 68 
von Hulst, R., 44 
Votes and proceedings, 26 


WCB report, 121 
Wages, 118 

construction workers, 118 
dismissal wage, 1 17 
Wahlstrom, M.W., 85, 87 
Wakami Lake Provincial Park, 133 
Walters Township, geology, 127 
Warehouse worker, 61 
Wasaga Beach, 123 
Wasserman, K., 113 
Waste management, 95 
Waste Management Act, 35 
Water, 97 

Water-mains see Water-pipes 
Water-pipes, maintenance and repair, 100 
Water-polo, 79 
Water pollution, 96, 97 
Water pollution control plant operation, 
97 

Water, purification, 100 

purification, chlorination, 99 
Water quality, 102, 104 
tables, etc., 102 

Water Resources Branch, 102-103 


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Water resources bulletin, 102, 103 
Water resources report, 103 
Water skiing, 79 
Water supply, 95, 104 

tables, calculations etc., 101 
Water table, 102 

Water treatment plants, 97, 99, 100 
Water well records, 102 
Waterloo Electrical Service Areas Act 
(bill), 3, 14 

Way out, Along the way, 62 
Waywell, C.G., 51 
Weather services see Meteorological 
services 

Webwood Investments Limited Act (bill), 
7 

We’d like you to know, 62 
Weed control, 49, 51 
Weeds, 50 

Weekly potato summary, 5 1 
Weights and measures, 54 
The Welland canals, 75 
Wells, 97, 102 
Wells, T.L., 85 
Wheelchair sports, 79 
White pine, 125 
Who cares? 96 
Wilderness Areas Act, 40 
Wilderness survival, 123 
Wildlife habitat improvement, 124 
Wilkinson, P.F., 78 
Williams, T.M., 47 
Williamson, V.H., 126 
Wills, 57 
Wills Act, 42 
Wilton Creek, 103 
Windy Lake Provincial Park, 133 
Wintario, 70, 71 
Wintario and fitness, 70 
Wintario and senior citizens, 70 
Wintario and the arts, 70, 71 
Wintario and your team, 71 
Wintario capital grants program, 71 
Wintario Capital Grants Program, 
Applicant’ s guide to, 69 
Wintario: citizenship and 
multiculturalism, 71 
Wintario: citoyenneté et 

multiculturalisme, 71 


Wintario et le conditionnement physique, 

70 

Wintario et les arts, 70, 71 
Winter, C., 62 
Winter driving tips, 142 
Winter events, 115 
Winter fires, 124 
Winter in Ontario, 1 15 
Witness to yesterday, 83 
Woman, 87 

legal status, laws, etc., 59 
Women authors, 77 
Women, employment, 77, 119, 120 
Women in the environment, 97, 98 
Women’s Bureau, 119-120 
Women’s Bureau newsletter, 120 
Women’s studies, 83 
Wood as fuel, 124 
Wood-using industries, 127 
Woods, Gordon & Co., 27,106 
Wordsmith, 83 
Working in Ontario, 1 17 
Working paper series, 152 
Workmen’s Compensation Act, 42 
Workmen’s Compensation Amendment 

Act (bill), 5 

Workmen’s Compensation Board, 121 
Wright, E.N., 86 
Wright, S., 138 


York-Durham sewage system, 98 

Young, F. , 27 

Young, J.A., 143 

Your forests, 125 

Your Ontario government, 71 


Zabrack, M.L., 47 
Zaleska, L, 72 
Zarnett, G.D., 100 
Zdanowicz, A., 113 
Zero lot line concept, 1 1 3 
Zinc, 128 
Zoning laws, 1 1 1 
Zsuffa, L. , 126 


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