Q-2, r. 17 - Regulation respecting greenhouse gas emissions from motor vehicles

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21. The persons responsible under section 11 are required to file with the Minister, not later than 31 August of each year, an annual report containing the following information and data:
(1)  the name and address of the person;
(2)  the establishments where the motor vehicles covered by the report were sold, leased or otherwise marketed in the context of the person’s responsibility under section 11 or, in other cases, details or a statement of the person’s capacity as a retailer;
(3)  for each category of motor vehicle and for each model year of vehicles initially sold, leased or otherwise marketed between 1 June and 31 May:
(a)  the total number of vehicles concerned;
(b)  for the vehicles concerned,
i.  their curb weight;
ii.  their gross vehicle weight; and
iii.  their city and highway greenhouse gas emissions (CO2, N2O and CH4) calculated under section 9;
iv.  the characteristics of the vehicle: manufacturer, make, model, trim, body type, model year, engine type, engine displacement, injection type, valvetrain configuration, aspiration method, fuel type or power source, driveline, transmission class, number of speeds, camshaft configuration, type of air conditioning specifying the chemical compound used, main use (transportation of goods or persons), specifying the number of vehicles for each category;
(4)  if new sales, leases or marketing of vehicles of a model year covered by this Regulation have occurred since 31 May of the preceding period, the person is required to send the same information as that required by subparagraph 3 for the purposes of filing a revised report and supplementing the information previously provided.
The data referred to in subparagraphs 3 and 4 must be certified by an independent third person who is a professional within the meaning of section 1 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), empowered by the Order of which he or she is a member to provide certification. The data may also be certified by any other person legally authorized in Québec to provide certification. The data certification must be attached to the report.
The report is drawn up in the form prescribed by the Minister, dated and signed by its author who must attest to the accuracy of the information contained therein. The report is sent using a technology-based medium.
A person responsible under section 11 who provides the Minister with the equivalent annual information, pursuant to an agreement entered into under section 12 of the Act respecting the Ministère du Développement durable, de l’Environnement et des Parcs (chapter M-30.001), is exempted from the obligations provided for in the first and second paragraphs.
O.C. 1269-2009, s. 21; O.C. 1123-2011, s. 1.