P-29, r. 1 - Regulation respecting food

Full text In addition to the rooms and compartments provided for in section, a wholesale delicatessen plant where a caribou referred to in section is processed must include:
(a)  a refrigerated room at a temperature of between 0ºC and 4ºC for preserving the animal until it is dressed;
(b)  a room for dressing, including an area for the skinning and eviscerating and an area for the post mortem inspection of the animal.
In the case of a delicatessen plant referred to in the first paragraph, the refrigerated room or compartment provided for in subparagraph i of the first paragraph of section must include separate areas for the preserving of skins and for the preserving of meat, offal, meat products or other waste eliminated or confiscated.
That room must be provided with a door opening to the exterior of the delicatessen plant.
O.C. 314-95, s. 5.