Schedule
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Item

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Ministerial Order Title

Ministerial Order Number

When Added to Schedule

Come into force date

Expiry Date

Summary of Order



1

Electronic Attendance at
Strata Property Meetings (COVID-19) Order

M114/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

March 18, 2020 (Act s. 3: on date the state of emergency
declared, see Ministerial Order M73)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Allows the attendance at council and general meetings to be
conducted by telephone or other electronic method.



2

Electronic Attendance at
Corporate Meetings (COVID-19) Order

M116/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

March 18, 2020 (Act s. 3: on date the state of emergency
declared, see Ministerial Order M73)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Allows meetings of directors or shareholders or members, as the
case may be, of entities incorporated under the Business
Corporations Act
, the Societies Act and
Cooperative Association Act to be held electronically or
by telephone.



3

Electronic Attendance at
Credit Union Meetings (COVID-19) Order

M138/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

March 18, 2020 (Act s. 3: on date the state of emergency
declared, see Ministerial Order M73)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Allows participation in a credit union meeting by electronic
means.



4

Local Government Meetings
and Bylaw Process (COVID-19) Order No. 2

M139/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

March 18, 2020 (Act s. 3: on date the state of emergency
declared, see Ministerial Order M73)

June 16, 2020 (OIC 391)

Allows participation in local government council meetings by
electronic means in certain circumstances.



5

Electronic Attendance at
Statutory Meetings (COVID-19) Order

M167/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

March 18, 2020 (Act s. 3: on date the state of emergency
declared, see Ministerial Order M73)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Allows any meeting that is authorized or otherwise provided for
in an enactment and not already the subject to a prior Order, to be
conducted by telephone or other electronic means. (see Ministerial
Orders M114 (Strata Property Meetings), M116 (Corporate Meetings),
M138 (Credit Union Meetings), M139 (Local Government Meetings and
Bylaw Processes).



6

Correctional Centre
Measures (COVID-19) Order

M193/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

March 18, 2020 (Act s. 3: on date the state of emergency
declared, see Ministerial Order M73)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

States that a correctional centre may designate classes of
inmates based on their date of admission, create induction units,
and order inmates confined to their induction units.



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Item

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Ministerial Order Title

Ministerial Order Number

When Added to Schedule

Come into force date

Expiry Date



1

Bylaw Enforcement Officer
(COVID-19) Order

M082/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

March 26, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act
s. 3(5)(a))

Authorizes certain bylaw enforcement officers
described in the Community Charter and the Vancouver
Charter
to provide assistance in enforcing public health
orders, including providing warnings, information and advice,
informing a public health officer regarding contraventions, but not
detaining individuals or issuing orders, fines or penalties.



2

Local Authorities and
Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19) Order

M084/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

March 26, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act
s. 3(5)(a))

Requires local authorities to implement local
emergency plans, and set aside prior declarations of a
local state of emergency. Requires any subsequent declarations to
only be made with the approval of the Minister. Also requires
various emergency response measures to be taken at the request of
the Minister and coordination amongst local authorities. Prohibits
secondary selling of essential goods and supplies. Requires BC
Ferries to prioritize vehicles carrying essential goods and
supplies, and residents of the sailing destination. Requires
coordination amongst suppliers, distributors and retailers to
deliver essential goods, as directed by the Minister.



3

Limitation Periods
(COVID-19) Order

M086/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

March 26, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

April 14, 2020 (OIC 391)

Replaced By the Limitation Periods
(COVID-19) Order No. 2
. See Item 7 below.



4

Residential Tenancy
(COVID-19) Order

M089/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

March 30, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

June 23, 2020 (OIC 391)

Replaced By the Residential Tenancy
(COVID-19) Order No. 2
. See Item 23 below.



5

Provincial Compliance
Officer (COVID-19) Order

M093/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

March 31, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act
s. 3(5)(a))

Authorizes provincial compliance officers (persons
authorized to conduct inspections under the Cannabis Control
and Licencing Act
, Liquor Control and Licencing Act
and Gaming Control Act) to provide assistance in enforcing
public health orders, including providing warnings, information and
advice, informing a public health officer regarding contraventions,
but not detaining individuals or issuing orders, fines or
penalties.



6

Protection Against
Liability (COVID-19) Order

M094/2020

Original List in the Act

April 2, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

April 21, 2020 (OIC 391)

Replaced By Protection Against
Liability (COVID-19) Order No. 2
See Item 10 below.



7

Limitation Periods
(COVID-19) Order No. 2

M098/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

April 8, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Suspends every mandatory limitation period and any other
mandatory time period within which a civil or family action,
proceeding, claim or appeal must be commenced in Provincial Court,
Supreme Court or Court of Appeal, excluding the Builders
Lien Act and Division 5 of Part 5 of the Strata Property
Act
(dealing with builders liens). This replaces M86 – Limitation
Periods (COVID-19) Order
.



8

Health Care Labour
Adjustment (COVID-19) Order

M105/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

April 10, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Allows health care employers to limit the movement of staff
between health care facilities in accordance with the same labour
adjustment terms.



9

Prohibition on
Unconscionable Prices for Essential Goods and Supplies (COVID-19)
Order

M115/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

April 17, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Prohibits the selling of “essential goods and
supplies” in a retail environment at an “unconscionable
price”.



10

Protection Against
Liability (COVID-19) Order No. 2

M120/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

April 22, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

45 days after state of emergency expires or is cancelled (Act:
s. 3(5)(b))

States that a person conducting an essential service who was or
reasonably believed they were operating in accordance with all
applicable emergency and public health guidance, will not be liable
for damages from an individual being or likely being exposed to
COVID-19, provided the person was not grossly negligent. This
replaces M94 – Protection
Against Liability (COVID-19) Order
.



11

Supreme Court Civil and
Family Applications (COVID-19) Order

M121/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

April 22, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

45 days after state of emergency expires or is cancelled (Act:
s. 3(5)(b))

Allows the Chief Justice and Associate Chief Justice to make an
order that a specific rule under the Supreme Court Civil Rules or
the Supreme Court Family Rules does not apply in certain
circumstances, and make any others for the hearing or determination
of certain applications.



12

Encampment Health and
Safety (COVID-19) Order

M128/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

April 28, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

May 7, 2020 (OIC 391)

Replaced by the Encampment Health and
Safety (COVID-19) Order No. 2
. See Item 14 below.



13

Employment and Assistance
(COVID-19) Order

M133/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

April 28, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Allows certain information required under the Employment
and Assistance Act
or the Employment and Assistance for
Persons with Disabilities Act
to be provided by “verbal
means or verbal confirmation”.



14

Encampment Health and
Safety (COVID-19) Order No. 2

M150/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

May 8, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

Date State of Emergency expires or is cancelled. (OIC 391)

Orders the evacuation of the Oppenheimer Park, Topaz Park and
Pandora Avenue Corridor homeless encampments.



15

Encampment Health and
Safety (COVID-19) Vancouver Enforcement Order

M152/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

May 8, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

Date State of Emergency expires or is cancelled. (OIC 391)

Providing further authorization for the enforcement of Encampment Health and
Safety (COVID-19) Order No. 2
at the Oppenheimer Park
encampment.



16

Local Government Finance
(COVID-19) Order

M159/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

April 30, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Allows local governments to borrow from reserve funds in
calendar 2020.



17

Electronic Witnessing of
Enduring Powers of Attorney and Representation Agreements
(COVID-19) Order

M162/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

May 19, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Allows for the creation of enduring powers of attorney and
representation agreements through electronic means.



18

Encampment Health and
Safety (COVID-19) Victoria Enforcement Order

M166/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

May 20, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

Date State of Emergency expires or is cancelled. (OIC 391)

Providing further authorization for the enforcement of Encampment Health and
Safety (COVID-19) Order No. 2
at the Topaz Park and the Pandora
Avenue Corridor encampments.



19

Electronic Attendance at
UBCM Convention (COVID-19) Order

M168/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

May 20, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Allows participation by telephone or other electronic means in
meetings contemplated in the Union of British Columbia
Municipalities Act
or a regulation, article, memorandum,
bylaw, rule or other enactment made under that Act.



20

Protection Against
Liability for Sports (COVID-19) Order

M183/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

June 10, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

States that “sport organizations” are not liable for
damages resulting from an individual being or likely being infected
with or exposed to COVID-19 during an “organized sport
activity”, provided they are complying with “emergency
and public health guidance”.



21

Local Government
Meetings and Bylaw Process (COVID-19) Order No. 3

M192/2020

Original List in the Act (July 8, 2020)

June 17, 2020 (Date Order issued: Act s. 3)

90 days after the state of emergency expires (Act s.
3(5)(a))

Concerns local government council meetings. Requires local
governments to use their best efforts to allow members of the
public to participate in public meetings in accordance with public
health requirements, but if unable to do so, to pass a resolution
stating so and indicating the “means by which the council or
body is ensuring openness, transparency and accountability in
respect of the meeting”.



22

Commercial Tenancy
(COVID 19) Order

M179/2020

July 10, 2020 (OIC 391)

June 29, 2020 (Date Order issued (Act. 3)

September 1, 2020 (OIC 391)

This order applies to any lease between a tenant and a landlord
who is not eligible for assistance under the Canada Emergency
Commercial Rent Assistance program in respect of that tenant for
the sole reason that the landlord has not, as required to be
eligible for the program, entered into a rent reduction agreement
with the tenant that includes a moratorium on eviction. The Order
restricts the landlord from pursuing landlord remedies against a
tenant who fails to pay rent. Order expires the date after the last
date for which the Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance
program provides assistance.



23

Residential Tenancy
(COVID-19) Order No. 2

M195/2020

July 10, 2020 (OIC 391)

June 24, 2020 (Date Order issued, Act s. 3)

45 days after state of emergency expires or is cancelled (OIC
391)

Applies to tenancies governed by the Residential Tenancy
Act
and the Manufactured Home Park Tenancy Act.
Restricts the circumstances in which a landlord may give a tenant
notice to end a tenancy, and in which an order of possession and a
writ of possession may be granted. Also restricts rent increases,
allows restrictions to common areas, the landlord’s rights to
enter a rental unit, and delivery or service of documentation. This
replaces M89 – Residential Tenancy
(COVID-19) Order
.



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[EPA Instrument Title]

[EPA Instrument No.]

July 10, 2020 (OIC 391)

July 8, 2021 (1 year after the COVID-19 Related Measures Act is
brought into force (OIC 391)

[TBD]



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COVID-19 (Societies Act)
Regulation

OIC 393/2020

July 10, 2020 (OIC 391)

July 10, 2020 (Date Order issued, Act s. 3)

To be determined by regulation (Act: s. 3(c)) – but not
stated in OIC 393

Orders that the March 31 deadline set out in section 71 (3) of
the Societies Act is suspended and replaced with a
deadline of November 1. This section allows societies who cannot
hold an AGM in 2020, to apply to the Registrar to hold the 2020
meeting in 2021. The Registrar may allow the 2020 meeting to occur
in 2021 provided it is earlier than Nov 1, 2021.




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