C-61.1, r. 5.1 - Regulation respecting animals in captivity

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41. Most of the space of an animal keeping facility must be lighted evenly. The daily duration of the lighting must be compatible with the photoperiod normally encountered in the natural distribution range of the animal species, unless the animal is hibernating.
The average intensity of the lighting at ground level must be at least
(1)  50 lux for birds and for mammals belonging
(a)  to one of the following orders:
i.  artiodactyls (Artiodactyla);
ii.  carnivores (Carnivora);
iii.  cetaceans (Cetacea);
iv.  Cingulata;
v.  dasyuromorphs (Dasyuromorphia);
vi.  diprotodonts (Diprotodontia);
vii.  hyraxes (Hyracoidea);
viii.  monotremes (Monotremata);
ix.  perissodactyls (Perissodactyla);
x.  pangolins (Pholidota);
xi.  Pilosa;
xii.  primates (Primates);
xiii.  proboscidians (Proboscidea);
xiv.  sirenians (Sirenia);
xv.  tubulidentata (Tubulidentata);
(b)  to one of the following families:
i.  castorids (Castoridae);
ii.  cavies (Caviidea);
iii.  chinchillids (Chinchillidae);
iv.  erethizontids (Erethizontidae);
v.  hystricids (Hystricidae);
vi.  sciurids (Sciuridae);
(2)  15 lux for mammals belonging to one of the following orders:
(a)  Afrosoricida;
(b)  didelphimorphs (Didelphimorphia);
(c)  erinaceomorphs (Erinaceomorpha);
(d)  lagomorphs (Lagomorpha);
(e)  scandentians (Scandentia);
(3)  5 lux for mammals belonging to the order soricomorphs (Soricomorpha) or the family cricetids (Cricetidae), dipodids (Dipodidae) or murids (Muridae).
1065-2018O.C. 1065-2018, s. 41.
In force: 2018-09-06
41. Most of the space of an animal keeping facility must be lighted evenly. The daily duration of the lighting must be compatible with the photoperiod normally encountered in the natural distribution range of the animal species, unless the animal is hibernating.
The average intensity of the lighting at ground level must be at least
(1)  50 lux for birds and for mammals belonging
(a)  to one of the following orders:
i.  artiodactyls (Artiodactyla);
ii.  carnivores (Carnivora);
iii.  cetaceans (Cetacea);
iv.  Cingulata;
v.  dasyuromorphs (Dasyuromorphia);
vi.  diprotodonts (Diprotodontia);
vii.  hyraxes (Hyracoidea);
viii.  monotremes (Monotremata);
ix.  perissodactyls (Perissodactyla);
x.  pangolins (Pholidota);
xi.  Pilosa;
xii.  primates (Primates);
xiii.  proboscidians (Proboscidea);
xiv.  sirenians (Sirenia);
xv.  tubulidentata (Tubulidentata);
(b)  to one of the following families:
i.  castorids (Castoridae);
ii.  cavies (Caviidea);
iii.  chinchillids (Chinchillidae);
iv.  erethizontids (Erethizontidae);
v.  hystricids (Hystricidae);
vi.  sciurids (Sciuridae);
(2)  15 lux for mammals belonging to one of the following orders:
(a)  Afrosoricida;
(b)  didelphimorphs (Didelphimorphia);
(c)  erinaceomorphs (Erinaceomorpha);
(d)  lagomorphs (Lagomorpha);
(e)  scandentians (Scandentia);
(3)  5 lux for mammals belonging to the order soricomorphs (Soricomorpha) or the family cricetids (Cricetidae), dipodids (Dipodidae) or murids (Muridae).
1065-2018O.C. 1065-2018, s. 41.