Marginal note:Review by Minister
29. (1) An applicant who is refused the issue of a licence or pilotage certificate or the holder of a licence or pilotage certificate that is suspended or cancelled pursuant to section 23, 27 or 30 may, after a hearing by an Authority under section 28, apply to the Minister for a review of the decision of the Authority.
Marginal note:Powers of Minister on review
(2) Where, after considering the application made under subsection (1) and any material submitted therewith, the Minister is of the opinion that the issue of the licence or pilotage certificate should not have been refused or the licence or pilotage certificate should not have been suspended or cancelled, the Minister may direct the Authority to
(a) issue the licence or pilotage certificate;
(b) rescind the suspension or cancellation of the licence or pilotage certificate; or
(c) reduce the period of the suspension, on such conditions, if any, relating to the licence or pilotage certificate as the Minister deems proper.
- 1970-71-72, c. 52, s. 18.
Marginal note:Pilot ceasing to be employed or to belong to pilots’ corporation
30. (1) When a licensed pilot
(a) who is an employee of an Authority ceases to be employed as a licensed pilot, or
(b) who is a member or shareholder of a body corporate referred to in subsection 15(2) ceases to be a member or shareholder of the body corporate,
the licence ceases to be valid.
Marginal note:Cancellation for failure to meet qualifications
(2) An Authority shall cancel a licence or pilotage certificate when the holder of the licence or pilotage certificate does not meet the qualifications required of a holder of a licence or pilotage certificate.
- 1970-71-72, c. 52, s. 19.
Marginal note:Delivery up on cancellation
31. Where a licence or pilotage certificate is cancelled, the holder thereof shall deliver up the licence or pilotage certificate to the Authority that issued it.
- 1970-71-72, c. 52, s. 20.
32. An Authority shall keep a register, in a manner approved by the Minister, of licensed pilots, apprentice pilots and the holders of pilotage certificates.
- 1970-71-72, c. 52, s. 21.
Marginal note:Regulations prescribing tariffs of pilotage charges
33. (1) An Authority shall, with the approval of the Governor in Council, make regulations prescribing tariffs of pilotage charges to be paid to that Authority for pilotage and, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, may fix tariffs of pilotage charges for
(a) the cancellation of a request for the service of a pilot;
(b) the carriage of a pilot on a ship beyond the area for which the service of the pilot was engaged;
(c) the detention of a pilot on board ship or otherwise;
(d) travel and other expenses incurred by a pilot that are directly associated with an assignment to pilot a ship;
(e) the use of a pilot boat;
(f) the use of telecommunication equipment; and
(g) the service of a licensed pilot on board ship pursuant to a regulation made under paragraph 20(1)(l) requiring a licensed pilot to be on board.
(2) An Authority shall be deemed to have fixed a pilotage charge if it prescribes a manner for determining a pilotage charge.
Marginal note:Requirements to be met by tariffs
(3) The tariffs of pilotage charges prescribed by an Authority under subsection (1) shall be fixed at a level that permits the Authority to operate on a self-sustaining financial basis and shall be fair and reasonable.
- R.S., 1985, c. P-14, s. 33;
- 1998, c. 10, s. 149.
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