Compliance and Enforcement (continued)
Measures and Directions (continued)
Marginal note:Use of deleterious substance
(a) to prevent the introduction or spread of, or to control or eradicate,
(b) to treat or destroy any member of a species described in paragraph (a) or a carrier or to treat a conveyance or structure where a member of the species is found.
Marginal note:Persons subject to direction
(2) The direction may be given only to a person who
(a) is in possession of a member of the species or of a carrier, conveyance or structure where a member of the species is found;
(b) is in charge of a carrier, conveyance or structure where a member of the species is found;
(c) owns or occupies the land, building or place where a member of the species is found; or
(d) is engaged in any activity that may lead or has led to the introduction or spread of the species.
Marginal note:Exemption while under direction
(3) If a direction given under subsection (1) requires a person to be in possession of or to transport a member of a species set out in Part 2 of the schedule, that person is exempted from sections7 and 8 to the extent necessary to fulfill the requirements of the direction.
(a) the measure or direction does not compromise public safety;
(b) in the case of a measure or direction affecting a vessel, the measure or direction is taken or given only to the extent that it does not compromise the safety of the vessel or the persons on board and, in the case of vessels over 24 m in length, if the Minister, the fishery officer or the fishery guardian has consulted the Minister of Transport or a marine safety inspector before taking the measure or giving the direction; and
(c) in the case of a non-emergency situation in which the measure or direction may have a significant impact on activities under the jurisdiction of a department or agency of the Government of Canada or the government of any province or municipality, the Minister, the fishery officer or the fishery guardian has notified that department, agency or government.
Marginal note:Deleterious substance
(2) If a measure or direction referred to in subsection (1) involves the deposit of a deleterious substance,
Marginal note:Contents of directions
(a) describe the member of the aquatic invasive species and the carrier, conveyance or structure, if there is one, that is the subject of the direction;
(b) briefly describe the reasons for the direction;
(c) set out the time period in respect of which the direction applies, up to a maximum of 15 days with an extension of up to a maximum of 90 days;
(d) describe the requirements set out in subsection 26(1) or 27(1); and
(e) be delivered in person or, if that is not possible, be posted in a conspicuous place at or near the location of the member of the species or of the carrier, conveyance or structure.
Marginal note:Further contents
(2) Directions given under subsection 27(1) must also
(a) set out the place and manner in which the member of the species or the carrier, conveyance or structure, if there is one, must be treated or destroyed;
(b) set out the date by which the requirement must be satisfied; and
(c) state the terms and conditions applicable to the deposit of the deleterious substance.
(2) It is prohibited for any person to enter an area
Manitoba Fishery Regulations, 1987
Fishery (General) Regulations
Ontario Fishery Regulations, 2007
Coming into Force
42 These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are registered.
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