S-2.2, r. 2 - Minister’s Regulation under the Public Health Act

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5. The following intoxications, infections and diseases must be reported by any chief executive officer of a laboratory or of a medical biology department to the public health director in the territory, by means of a written report transmitted within 48 hours:
— Amoebiasis
— Campylobacter infection
— Cryptosporidiosis
— Cyclosporiasis
— Gastroenteritis due to Yersinia enterocolitica
— Giardiasis
— Leptospirosis
— Listeriosis
— Salmonellosis
— Shigellosis
— Type I or II HTLV infection
— Vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infection
— Verocytotoxin-producing Escherichia coli infection
The same applies to all intoxications caused by toxic chemical substances belonging to the following classes where the results of the biological indicator measurements obtained show an abnormally high value that exceeds recognized public health thresholds:
— alcohols
— esters
— gases and asphyxiants
— glycols
— hydro-carbons and other volatile organic compounds
— ketones
— metals and metalloids
— pesticides
M.O. 2003-011, s. 5.