As of October 1, 2023, this is the most current version available.
It has been in effect since May 4, 2022.
Last amendment included: M.R. 57/2022
Corrections and minor changes made under the authority of section 25 of The Statutes and Regulations Act
|Date||Authority||Affected provision||Change or correction|
|5 June 2018||25(2)(j)||s. 4||The address of the Keystone Potato Producers Association in section 4 has been updated to reflect a change in the address.|
The Statutes and Regulations Act requires Manitoba legislation to be published on the Manitoba Laws website. Under subsection 25(1) of the Act, the chief legislative counsel is required to correct consolidation and publication errors. Under subsection 25(2) of the Act, the chief legislative counsel may make minor corrections or changes to the consolidated version of an Act or regulation without changing its legal effect.
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- replacing a description of a date or time with the actual date or time; [s. 25(2)(f)]
- replacing a reference to a bill or any part of a bill with a reference to the resulting Act or part of the Act after the bill is enacted and assigned a chapter number; [s. 25(2)(g)]
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- a change in the name or title of a document adopted or incorporated by reference unless it was adopted or incorporated as amended from time to time, and
- a change in the title of a minister or the name of a department; [s. 25(2)(j)]
- updating a reference to a minister or department when, under subsection 5(3) of The Executive Government Organization Act, the Act is to be read as if it were amended as necessary to give effect to an order in council made under that Act; [s. 25(2)(k)]
- correcting an error in the numbering of a provision or other portion of an Act, or making a change to a cross-reference required as a result of such a correction; [s. 25(2)(l)]
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- if a provision of a transitional nature is contained in an amending Act, incorporating it as a provision of the consolidated Act and make any other changes that are required as a result; [s. 25(2)(n)]
- removing a provision that is deemed by The Interpretation Act to have been repealed because it has expired, lapsed or otherwise ceased to have effect. [s. 25(2)(o)]
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Overproduction Potato Penalties Regulation, M.R. 65/2015
« Overproduction Potato Penalties Regulation », R.M. 65/2015
The Farm Products Marketing Act, C.C.S.M. c. F47
NOTE: This regulation was enacted in English only.
Registered May 15, 2015
This regulation is made under the Manitoba Processing Potato Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 206/2006, and is Regulation No. 1, 2015 of Keystone Potato Producers Association.
1 The following definitions apply in this regulation.
"board", "potato", "potato growing agreement", "registered processor" and "registered producer" have the same meaning as in subsection 1(1) of the Manitoba Processing Potato Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 206/2006.
"overproduction potatoes" means potatoes produced by a registered producer in excess of the amount set out in a potato growing agreement.
Marketing of overproduction potatoes
2(1) A registered producer must not market overproduction potatoes except to or through the board.
2(2) The board may refuse to market overproduction potatoes from a registered producer if in the board's opinion the registered producer has repeatedly produced potatoes in excess of the amount set in the applicable potato growing agreement.
2(3) A registered processor may not acquire overproduction potatoes except from the board.
3 A registered processor who markets overproduction potatoes to or through the board must pay a penalty of $2 for every 100 pounds of overproduction potatoes marketed.
Payment of penalty by processor to board
4 A registered processor who acquires overproduction potatoes must deduct from the price to be paid for them an amount equal to the penalty required by section 3 and must submit the deducted amount to the board at its office 3-2401 Saskatchewan Avenue West, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba R1N 4A6, without delay after deducting it.
5 This regulation is repealed on September 30, 2025.
Regulation subject to section 25 of plan
6 This regulation is subject to section 25 of the Manitoba Processing Potato Marketing Plan Regulation.
March 18, 2015Keystone Potato Producers Association:
Chad Berry, Chairperson
Daniel Sawatzky, Secretary
April 8, 2015 Manitoba Farm Products Marketing Council:
Ken Caldwell, Chair
Patty Rosher, Secretary