1. The following definitions apply in these Regulations.
“chicken” means chicken or any part of a chicken, live or in processed form, produced in Canada and marketed in interprovincial or export trade. (poulet)
- “non-signatory territory”
“non-signatory territory” means the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories or Nunavut. (territoire non signataire)
- “signatory province”
“signatory province” means a province of Canada other than a non-signatory territory. (province signataire)
2. If chicken is shipped in interprovincial trade, and not for export, from one signatory province to another signatory province or from a non-signatory territory to a signatory province, no person may sell that chicken in a province, other than the province in which it is produced, at a price that is less than the total of
(a) the price charged at or about the same time by the trade for similar sales of chicken of an equivalent variety, class or grade in the province in which the chicken is produced, and
(b) any reasonable transportation charges for shipping the chicken to the place where it is sold.
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COMING INTO FORCE
4. These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are registered.
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