Contraventions Regulations (SOR/96-313)

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Contraventions Regulations

SOR/96-313

CONTRAVENTIONS ACT

Registration 1996-06-20

Contraventions Regulations

P.C. 1996-915 1996-06-20

His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Justice, pursuant to section 8Footnote a of the Contraventions ActFootnote b, hereby makes the annexed Contraventions Regulations, effective August 1, 1996.

Designation

 An offence under a provision of an enactment set out in column I of the Schedules is designated as a contravention for the purposes of the Contraventions Act.

  • SOR/97-161, s. 1
  • SOR/97-208, s. 1

Short-Form Description

 The short-form descriptions of offences under a provision set out in column I of an item of the Schedules are the descriptions set out in column II of that item.

  • SOR/97-161, s. 1
  • SOR/97-208, s. 1

Fine

 For the purposes of proceedings in respect of a contravention the short-form description of which is set out in column II of an item of the Schedules that are commenced by means of a ticket, the amount of the fine that may be imposed in respect of that contravention is the applicable amount set out in column III of that item.

  • SOR/97-208, s. 1

SCHEDULE I(Sections 1 to 3)Canada Marine Act

PARTS I AND II[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 1]

PART III

Seaway Property Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Seaway Property RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
15(a)
  • (a) Do anything that jeopardizes or is likely to jeopardize the safety or health of persons

500
  • (b) Permit anything that jeopardizes or is likely to jeopardize the safety or health of persons

500
25(b)
  • (a) Do anything that interferes or is likely to interfere with navigation

500
  • (b) Permit anything that interferes or is likely to interfere with navigation

500
35(c)
  • (a) Do anything that obstructs or adversely affects or is likely to obstruct or adversely affect part of the Seaway or Seaway property

500
  • (b) Permit anything that obstructs or adversely affects or is likely to obstruct or adversely affect part of the Seaway or Seaway property

500
45(d)
  • (a) Do anything that interferes or is likely to interfere with an authorized activity

200
  • (b) Permit anything that interferes or is likely to interfere with an authorized activity

200
55(e)
  • (a) Do anything that diverts or is likely to divert the flow of a river or stream

500
  • (b) Permit anything that diverts or is likely to divert the flow of a river or stream

500
  • (c) Do anything that causes or affects or is likely to cause or affect currents

500
  • (d) Permit anything that causes or affects or is likely to cause or affect currents

500
  • (e) Do anything that reduces or is likely to reduce depth of the waters of the Seaway

500
  • (f) Permit anything that reduces or is likely to reduce depth of the waters of the Seaway

500
65(f)
  • (a) Do anything that causes or is likely to cause a nuisance

300
  • (b) Permit anything that causes or is likely to cause a nuisance

300
75(g)
  • (a) Do anything that causes or is likely to cause damage to property

500
  • (b) Permit anything that causes or is likely to cause damage to property

500
85(h)
  • (a) Do anything that adversely affects or is likely to adversely affect sediment, soil, air or water quality

500
  • (b) Permit anything that adversely affects or is likely to adversely affect sediment, soil, air or water quality

500
95(i)
  • (a) Do anything that adversely affects or is likely to adversely affect Seaway operations or Seaway property

500
  • (b) Permit anything that adversely affects or is likely to adversely affect Seaway operations or Seaway property

500
106; 5 of scheduleRelease any material or substance onto or over a lock wall or tie-up wall500
116; 11(b) of scheduleHunt in any area other than a designated area500
126; 13(b) of scheduleFish in a designated area without a scientific permit issued by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans500
136; 13(c) of scheduleFish anywhere other than in a designated area500
146; 21 of scheduleSwim500
157Unlawfully access an area of Seaway property300
169(1)Fail to obey instructions on a sign or device100
179(2)
  • (a) Remove sign or device

200
  • (b) Mark sign or device

75
  • (c) Deface sign or device

200
18 and 19[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 6]
2011Operate a vehicle in contravention of provincial or municipal lawAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $2,000
2112Operate a vehicle that enters a roadway at a non-designated access500
22 and 23[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 7]
2416(1)(a)Fail to immediately make effort to remove what was dropped, deposited, discharged or spilled500
2516(1)(b)
  • (a) Fail to notify the Manager of incident without delay

500
  • (b) Fail to provide a description of what was dropped, deposited, discharged or spilled

500
  • (c) Fail to provide the approximate location of what was dropped, deposited, discharged or spilled

500
2631(1)(a); 1 of scheduleOperate a vehicle in an area not intended for vehicular traffic without written authorization500
2731(1)(b); 1 of scheduleFail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to operate a vehicle in an area not intended for vehicular traffic100
2831(1)(a); 2 of scheduleConduct a diving operation without written authorization500
2931(1)(b); 2 of scheduleFail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to conduct a diving operation500
3031(1)(a); 3 of scheduleConduct salvage operations without written authorization500
3131(1)(b); 3 of scheduleFail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to conduct salvage operations500
3231(1)(a); 4 of schedule
  • (a) Build a storage tank without written authorization

500
  • (b) Install a storage tank without written authorization

500
  • (c) Modify a storage tank without written authorization

500
  • (d) Replace a storage tank without written authorization

500
  • (e) Dismantle a storage tank without written authorization

500
  • (f) Decommission a storage tank without written authorization

500
3331(1)(b); 4 of schedule
  • (a) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to build a storage tank

500
  • (b) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to install a storage tank

500
  • (c) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to modify a storage tank

500
  • (d) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to replace a storage tank

500
  • (e) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to dismantle a storage tank

500
  • (f) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to decommission a storage tank

500
3431(1)(a); 6 of scheduleConduct a dredging operation without written authorization500
3531(1)(b); 6 of scheduleFail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to conduct a dredging operation500
3631(1)(a); 7 of schedule
  • (a) Excavate any material or substance without written authorization

200
  • (b) Remove any material or substance without written authorization

200
3731(1)(b); 7 of schedule
  • (a) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to exacavate material or substance

200
  • (b) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to remove material or substance

200
3831(1)(a); 8 of schedule
  • (a) Tranship cargo in an area other than a designated area without written authorization

300
  • (b) Load cargo in an area other than a designated area without written authorization

200
  • (c) Unload cargo in an area other than a designated area without written authorization

200
3931(1)(b); 8 of schedule
  • (a) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to tranship cargo in an area other than a designated area

300
  • (b) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to load cargo in an area other than a designated area

200
  • (c) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to unload cargo in an area other than a designated area

200
4031(1)(a); 9 of schedule
  • (a) Place a navigation device without written authorization

300
  • (b) Alter a navigation device without written authorization

300
  • (c) Remove a navigation device without written authorization

300
  • (d) Relocate a navigation device without written authorization

300
4131(1)(b); 9 of schedule
  • (a) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to place a navigation device

300
  • (b) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to alter a navigation device

300
  • (c) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to remove a navigation device

300
  • (d) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to relocate a navigation device

300
4231(1)(a); 10 of scheduleCast adrift an object without written authorization200
4331(1)(b); 10 of scheduleFail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to cast adrift an object200
4431(1)(a); 11(a) of scheduleHunt in a designated area without written authorization500
4531(1)(b); 11(a) of scheduleFail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to hunt in a designated area500
4631(1)(a); 12 of schedule
  • (a) Build any structure or work without written authorization

100
  • (b) Place any structure or work without written authorization

100
  • (c) Rebuild any structure or work without written authorization

200
  • (d) Repair any structure or work without written authorization

100
  • (e) Alter any structure or work without written authorization

200
  • (f) Move any structure or work without written authorization

200
  • (g) Remove any structure or work without written authorization

200
4731(1)(b); 12 of schedule
  • (a) Fail to comply with the conditions of a written authorization to build any structure or work

100
  • (b) Fail to comply with the conditions of a written authorization to place any structure or work

100
  • (c) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to rebuild any structure or work

200
  • (d) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to repair any structure or work

100
  • (e) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to alter any structure or work

200
  • (f) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to move any structure or work

200
  • (g) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to remove any structure or work

200
4831(1)(a); 13(a) of scheduleFish in a designated area under a scientific permit without written authorization500
4931(1)(b); 13(a) of scheduleFail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to fish in a designated area under a scientific permit500
5031(1)(a); 14 of scheduleConduct a race, regatta, festival or other organized event without a written authorization500
5131(1)(b); 14 of scheduleFail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to conduct a race, regatta, festival or other organized event500
5231(1)(a); 15 of schedule
  • (a) Cause a fire or explosion without written authorization

500
  • (b) Conduct blasting without written authorization

500
  • (c) Set off fireworks without written authorization

500
5331(1)(b); 15 of schedule
  • (a) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to cause a fire or explosion

500
  • (b) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to conduct blasting

500
  • (c) Fail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to set off fireworks

500
5431(1)(a); 16 of schedulePlace any placard, bill, sign or device without written authorization75
5531(1)(b); 16 of scheduleFail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to place any placard, bill, sign or device75
5631(1)(a); 17 of scheduleOperate a commercial enterprise without written authorization100
5731(1)(b); 17 of scheduleFail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to operate a commercial enterprise100
58 to 61[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 11]
6231(1)(a); 20 of scheduleVenture out onto ice without written authorization200
6331(1)(b); 20 of scheduleFail to comply with a condition of a written authorization to venture out onto ice200

PART IV

Port Authorities Operations Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Port Authorities Operations RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
111(2)(a)Fail to obey instructions on sign or device while operating a vehicle.100
  • SOR/98-253, s. 1
  • SOR/2000-381, ss. 13 to 16
  • SOR/2004-190, s. 1
  • SOR/2016-200, ss. 1, 2(F), 3, 4(F), 5(F), 6 to 8, 9(F), 10, 11
  • SOR/2016-299, s. 1
  • SOR/2018-40, s. 1

SCHEDULE I.01(Sections 1 to 3)Canada National Parks Act

PART I[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 12]

PART I.001

Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada Snowshoe Hare Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada Snowshoe Hare RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
15Snaring snowshoe hare without a permit200
26Possessing snowshoe hare without a permit100
38(3)Failing to sign a permit on receipt50
411(a)
  • (a) Transferring a permit

50
  • (b) Assigning a permit

50
511(b)Using a snare other than one that is constructed of metallic wire100
611(c)Setting a snare in a manner capable of capturing an animal other than a snowshoe hare200
711(d)Setting more snares than the maximum number of snowshoe hares that may be snared100 plus 10 per snare exceeding maximum
811(e)Baiting a snare100
911(f)
  • (a) Cutting flora while snaring

100
  • (b) Damaging flora while snaring

100
1011(g)Leaving a snare unattended for more than 48 hours100
1111(h)Snaring snowshoe hare in a closed area200
1211(i)Removing the tag attached to the snowshoe hare before the hare is prepared for human consumption50
1312(a)
  • (a) Failing to carry a permit when snaring snowshoe hare

50
  • (b) Failing to carry a permit when in possession of snowshoe hare

50
1412(b)Failing to immediately produce for examination snares, snowshoe hares in their possession or snare permit200
1512(c)Failing to attach a tag to each snowshoe hare using specified method50 plus 10 per snowshoe hare not tagged using specified method
1612(d)Failing to report, without delay, any accidental capture100
1712(e)Failing to reduce the number of snares100
1813(1)
  • (a) Failing to remove snares when the limit of snowshoe hare has been reached or within 48 hours after expiry of the permit

200
  • (b) Failing to remove snaring line indicators and trail indicators when the limit of snowshoe hare has been reached or within 48 hours after expiry of the permit

150
1914(1)Failing to return permit within 60 days after its expiry100
2014(2)Failing to record the prescribed information on the back of the permit100

PART I.002

National Historic Parks General Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Historic Parks General RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)
  • (a) Disturbing an archaeological site or a historical resource

300
  • (b) Removing an archaeological site or a historical resource

300
  • (c) Defacing an archaeological site or a historical resource

300
  • (d) Damaging an archaeological site or a historical resource

300
  • (e) Destroying an archaeological site or a historical resource

300
24(1)
  • (a) Removing flora, fauna or a natural object

300
  • (b) Defacing flora, fauna or a natural object

300
  • (c) Damaging flora, fauna or a natural object

300
  • (d) Destroying flora, fauna or a natural object

300
35
  • (a) Removing a structure, signboard, sign or notice

200
  • (b) Defacing a structure, signboard, sign or notice

200
  • (c) Damaging a structure, signboard, sign or notice

200
  • (d) Destroying a structure, signboard, sign or notice

200
46
  • (a) Depositing matter outside of a specified place

200
  • (b) Depositing matter outside of a specified time

200
  • (c) Depositing matter contrary to specified conditions

200
57Polluting a watercourse500
68
  • (a) Obstructing a watercourse

500
  • (b) Diverting a watercourse

500
  • (c) Interfering with a watercourse

500
712(5)
  • (a) Engaging in a restricted activity contrary to prescribed terms and conditions

200
  • (b) Entering a restricted area contrary to prescribed terms and conditions

200
813(5)Carrying on a designated activity without being the holder of an authorization200
913(6)Failing to produce an authorization on request200
1015(1)
  • (a) Using land without a permit

100
  • (b) Occupying land without a permit

100
  • (c) Residing in a park without a permit

100
  • (d) Camping without a permit

100
  • (e) Erecting a structure without a permit

100
  • (f) Using a structure without a permit

100
  • (g) Parking a vehicle for the purpose of camping without a permit

100
1117
  • (a) Permitting another person to use land for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (b) Permitting another person to occupy land for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (c) Permitting another person to reside in a park for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (d) Permitting another person to camp for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (e) Permitting another person to erect a structure for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (f) Permitting another person to use a structure for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (g) Permitting another person to park a vehicle for valuable consideration or gain

100
1220Failing to maintain an area to which a camping permit applies in a satisfactory condition100
1323(1)Failing to remove a trailer, vehicle, structure, chattel or article from the area in respect of which a camping permit was issued100
1424
  • (a) Unlawfully kindling a fire

200
  • (b) Unlawfully maintaining a fire

200
1527(a)Allowing a fire to spread beyond the confines of a fireplace, portable stove or barbecue200
1627(b)Discarding a burning substance except in a receptacle provided for that purpose100
1727(c)Discarding an unused match or an article or substance that could cause the kindling of a fire, except in a receptacle provided for that purpose100
1827(d)Operating without satisfactory precautions a machine or equipment that could kindle a fire100
1927(e)
  • (a) Allowing brush or inflammable material to accumulate in an unsatisfactory manner

100
  • (b) Allowing brush or inflammable material to be stored in an unsatisfactory manner

100
  • (c) Allowing brush or inflammable material to be handled in an unsatisfactory manner

100
  • (d) Allowing brush or inflammable material to be transported in an unsatisfactory manner

100
  • (e) Allowing brush or inflammable material to be disposed of in an unsatisfactory manner

100
2027(f)Leaving a fire unattended100
2129
  • (a) Taking off, without authorization, in an aircraft, sail plane, glider, body kite, hang glider or other device

500
  • (b) Landing, without authorization, in an aircraft, sail plane, glider, body kite, hang glider or other device

500
  • (c) Depositing persons, without authorization, from an aircraft, sail plane, glider, body kite, hang glider or other device

500
  • (d) Depositing objects, without authorization, from an aircraft, sail plane, glider, body kite, hang glider or other device

500
2230(1)Operating or using on or under a watercourse, without authorization, a motorized vessel, water-skiing equipment or subsurface diving equipment200
2330(3)
  • (a) Draining waste or refuse from a vessel into a watercourse

500
  • (b) Dumping waste or refuse from a vessel into a watercourse

500
  • (c) Discharging waste or refuse from a vessel into a watercourse

500
2431Mooring a vessel in the approach to or in the lee of a wharf in a manner that obstructs the free flow of vessels100
2533(1)Undertaking an underwater activity without placing a clearly visible diver’s marker200
2633(2)Failing to operate a vessel in the vicinity of a diver’s marker with due caution and at a slow speed300
2735
  • (a) Displaying an advertisement or a handbill without a permit

30
  • (b) Distributing an advertisement or a handbill without a permit

30
2836(1)(a)Causing excessive noise200
2936(1)(b)Unreasonably disturbing other persons200
3036(1)(c)Unreasonably interfering with fauna or a park’s natural beauty200
3136(1)(d)Threatening historic resources500
3236(1)(e)
  • (a) Creating a nuisance

200
  • (b) Causing a nuisance

200
3336(3)
  • (a) Entering without permission a park within one year of removal

300
  • (b) Attempting to enter without permission a park within one year of removal

300

PART I.01

National Historic Parks Wildlife and Domestic Animals Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Historic Parks Wildlife and Domestic Animals RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
14(a)
  • (a) Disturbing wildlife

500
  • (b) Hunting wildlife

500
  • (c) Capturing wildlife

500
  • (d) Destroying wildlife

500
24(b)Possessing wildlife killed or procured within a park500
34(c)Possessing wildlife during a closed season for that wildlife500
44(d)
  • (a) Touching wildlife

200
  • (b) Feeding wildlife

300
  • (c) Enticing wildlife to approach by holding out food-stuffs or bait

300
55(2)Holder of a scientific purpose permit removing taken or killed wildlife without permission300
66(1)Unlawfully possessing a firearm500
77(1)
  • (a) Using a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug to capture wildlife

500
  • (b) Using a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug to injure wildlife

500
  • (c) Using a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug to destroy wildlife

500
  • (d) Possessing a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug that may be used to capture wildlife

500
  • (e) Possessing a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug that may be used to injure wildlife

500
  • (f) Possessing a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug that may be used to destroy wildlife

500
88Shining a movable light having a voltage greater than 4.5 V between sunset and sunrise250
910(a)Failing to allow a peace officer to inspect a firearm200
1010(b)Failing to allow a peace officer to inspect a firearm permit200
1112(a)
  • (a) Bringing a domestic animal into a building

50
  • (b) Keeping a domestic animal in a building

50
1212(b)
  • (a) Bringing a domestic animal onto a beach where public swimming is allowed

50
  • (b) Keeping a domestic animal on a beach where public swimming is allowed

50
1312(c)
  • (a) Bringing a domestic animal into a prohibited area

50
  • (b) Keeping a domestic animal in a prohibited area

50
1413(1)
  • (a) Bringing a domestic animal that is not under physical control at all times into a park

75
  • (b) Failing to keep a domestic animal under physical control at all times

75
1515(a)Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not cause an unreasonable disturbance to persons150
1615(b)
  • (a) Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not bite or injure a person

500
  • (b) Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not attempt to bite or injure a person

150
1715(c)Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not have any contagious or dangerous disease150
1815(d)
  • (a) Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not harass wildlife or other domestic animals

150
  • (b) Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not chase wildlife or other domestic animals

150
  • (c) Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not disturb wildlife or other domestic animals

150
1917
  • (a) Keeping in a park a domestic animal that is subject to a removal order

200
  • (b) Allowing a domestic animal that is subject to a removal order to remain in a park

200
2019Removing an impounded animal without paying the applicable fee100
2121Keeper of domestic animal failing to assist in capturing the animal100

PART I.02

National Parks of Canada Aircraft Access Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Aircraft Access RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
12(1)
  • (a) Take off an aircraft in an unauthorized park

500
  • (b) Land an aircraft in an unauthorized park

500
  • (c) Take off an aircraft from an unauthorized location

500
  • (d) Land an aircraft at an unauthorized location

500
22(2)
  • (a) Take off an aircraft in a prescribed park without a permit

500
  • (b) Land an aircraft in a prescribed park without a permit

500

PART I.1

National Parks of Canada Camping Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Camping RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)
  • (a) Camping on public land other than in accordance with a permit

50
  • (b) Residing on public land other than in accordance with a permit

50
25(3)
  • (a) Camping contrary to conditions prescribed by notice

75
  • (b) Camping contrary to prohibitions set out by notice

75
310(a)Using public building for sleeping25
410(b)
  • (a) Erecting a structure in a park

30
  • (b) Affixing material to a public building

30
510(c)Leaving personal effects on public facilities longer than required30
610(e)
  • (a) Kindling a fire

100
  • (b) Renewing or maintaining a fire

100
  • (c) Allowing a fire to burn in the open

100
710(f)Locating more than one portable cabin, tent or trailer on a campsite30
811(1)Using fuel, except in a public fireplace, barbecue, grill or portable stove30
917Entering a campground within 48 hours of cancellation of permit100
1018(1)Failure to remove articles from campsite50

PART II

National Parks of Canada Domestic Animals Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Domestic Animals RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)(a)
  • (a) Bringing into or keeping cattle in a park

100
  • (b) Bringing into or keeping a sheep in a park

100
  • (c) Bringing into or keeping a pig in a park

100
  • (d) Bringing into or keeping a goat in a park

100
  • (e) Bringing into or keeping live poultry in a park

100
23(2)(a)
  • (a) Keeping a dog without a permit

50
  • (b) Keeping a cat without a permit

50
  • (c) [Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 19]

33(2)(b)Bringing a domestic animal where not permitted without a permit50
43(2)(c)
  • (a) Grazing a horse without a permit

75
  • (b) Grazing a donkey without a permit

75
  • (c) Grazing a mule without a permit

75
  • (d) Grazing a llama without a permit

75
54(3)Failure to securely fix tag on domestic animal25
65Failure to have domestic animal under physical control50
75(a)
  • (a) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to chase a person

75
  • (b) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to chase another domestic animal

75
  • (c) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to chase wildlife

75
  • (d) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to molest a person

75
  • (e) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to molest another domestic animal

75
  • (f) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to molest wildlife

75
  • (g) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to bite a person

75
  • (h) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to bite another domestic animal

75
  • (i) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to bite wildlife

75
  • (j) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to injure a person

75
  • (k) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to injure another domestic animal

75
  • (l) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to injure wildlife

75
86Failure to pick up and remove fecal matter50

PART III

National Parks of Canada Fire Protection Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Fire Protection RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(2)(a)Entering an area or highway referred to in a notice100
23(2)(b)Smoking in an area referred to in a notice200
2.13(2)(c)Starting or maintaining a fire in an area referred to in a notice200
34(1)Starting or maintaining a fire100
44(2)Using fuel not suitable for fireplace or appliance75
54(4)Failure to extinguish fire200
65(3)(a)Allowing a fire to spread100
75(3)(b)Discarding a burning substance100
85(3)(f)Leaving a fire unattended100
96Failure to immediately report unattended fire100
10[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 27]

PART IV

National Parks of Canada Fishing Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Fishing RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)(a)Fishing other than in accordance with a permit100
23(1)(b)
  • (a) Salmon fishing without licence

200
  • (b) Salmon fishing without unused tag

200
37Failure to carry and produce fishing permit, salmon licence, soft-shell clam permit or lake trout endorsement50
47.1(1)(a)Failure to register catch of salmon50
57.1(1)(b)Failure to maintain record of catch of salmon50
67.1(1)(c)Failure to submit record of catch of salmon50
77.3Failure to register daily catch in La Mauricie National Park50
89(2)Unlawful fishing100
910(1)(a)Catching and retaining prescribed species of fish in excess of prescribed daily limit50 plus 25 per fish over limit
9.110(1)(b)Catching and retaining prescribed species of fish outside prescribed overall length50 plus 25 per fish exceeding length limit
1010(2)(a)Possession of prescribed species of fish in excess of prescribed daily limit50 plus 25 per fish over limit
10.110(2)(b)Possession of prescribed species of fish outside prescribed overall length50 plus 25 per fish exceeding length limit
1111(a)Catching and retaining more than the prescribed daily limit50 plus 25 per fish over limit
1211(b)Possession of more than the prescribed daily limit50 plus 25 per fish over limit
1311(c)Fishing after having caught and retained daily limit75
1412Fishing in La Mauricie National Park after having caught and retained limit100
1515(1)Fishing by a method other than angling75
15.115(2)Possession of prohibited fishing equipment within 100 m of park waters100
1615(3)Possession of prohibited fishing equipment within limits of park100
1715(4)
  • (a) Fishing from a bridge

75
  • (b) Fishing from a structure that crosses park waters

75
1815(5)Possession of fishing equipment, other than inside a motor vehicle, without a fishing permit100
1915(6)Using an unauthorized artificial fly75
2015(7)
  • (a) Using a fish finder while fishing in Kejimkujik National Park

100
  • (b) Using a fish finder while fishing in La Mauricie National Park

100
2116Fishing by foul hooking75
2217(a)Using more than one fishing line50
22.117(b)Fishing with a fishing line having more than one artificial fly or other bait100
22.217(c)Fishing with a fishing line having an artificial fly with natural bait100
2317(d)Using hooks capable of catching more than one fish at a time50
23.117(e)Fishing with a fishing line having more than one type of lure100
23.217(f)
  • (a) Fishing with a lure having more than two single hooks

100
  • (b) Fishing with a lure having more than two gang-hooks

100
  • (c) Fishing with a lure having more than one single hook and one gang-hook

100
23.317(g)Fishing with a gang-hook having more than three hooks100
23.417(h)Fishing with a lead sinker or lead jig weighing less than 50 g100
23.517.1
  • (a) Fishing with a hook from which the barbs have not been removed or pinched to the shaft of the hook in Riding Mountain National Park

100
  • (b) Fishing with a hook from which the barbs have not been removed or pinched to the shaft of the hook in Point Pelee National Park

100
23.617.2Fishing with a hook from which the barbs have not been removed or pinched to the shaft of the hook in prohibited waters100
23.717.3
  • (a) Fishing prescribed species of fish with a lure other than an artificial fly in prescribed waters of Kejimkujik National Park

100
  • (b) Fishing prescribed species of fish with hook from which the barbs have not been removed in prescribed waters of Kejimkujik National Park

100
  • (c) Fishing prescribed species of fish with hook from which the barbs have not been pinched to the shaft of the hook in prescribed waters of Kejimkujik National Park

100
23.817.4Possession of lead jig or lead sinker weighing less than 50 g while fishing100
2418Leaving fishing line unattended50
2519(2)Possession of gaff-hook or tailer75
2620(a)Fishing in prohibited waters100
2720(c)Fishing in waters designated for swimming or as a marina50
2821(1)Fishing other than by artificial fly angling100
2922(1)Fishing during prohibited hours50
29.122(2)Fishing in waters of prescribed parks during prohibited hours100
3023
  • (a) Fishing for salmon fry

100
  • (b) Possession of salmon fry

100
  • (c) Fishing for parr

100
  • (d) Possession of parr

100
  • (e) Fishing for smolt

100
  • (f) Possession of smolt

100
  • (g) Fishing for spent salmon

100
  • (h) Possession of spent salmon

100
3124(1)
  • (a) Use of live fish eggs for bait

75
  • (b) Possession of live fish eggs

75
  • (c) Use of live minnows for bait

75
  • (d) Possession of live minnows

75
31.124.1
  • (a) Fishing soft-shelled clams with illegal equipment in Kejimkujik National Park

100
  • (b) Fishing soft-shelled clams with illegal equipment in Kouchibouguac National Park

100
3224(2)
  • (a) Use of live fish for bait

75
  • (b) Possession of live fish for use as bait

75
  • (c) Use of dead fish for bait

75
  • (d) Possession of dead fish for use as bait

75
  • (e) Use of parts of dead fish for bait

75
  • (f) Possession of parts of dead fish for use as bait

75
3324(3)
  • (a) Use of dead fish eggs for bait

75
  • (b) Possession of dead fish eggs

75
3426(1)Putting food for fish in waters75
3531.1
  • (a) Harassing fish

50
  • (b) Disturbing fish

50
  • (c) Chasing fish

50
3634(1)
  • (a) Failure to store fish in containers in ice-fishing area

50
  • (b) Failure to store offal in containers in ice-fishing area

50
  • (c) Failure to store refuse in containers in ice-fishing area

50
  • (d) Failure to store deleterious substances in containers in ice-fishing area

50
  • (e) Failure to remove containers from ice-fishing area

50
36.134(5)Ice fishing in flowing waters of Banff National Park50
3735(3)(a)Fishing in waters closed by notice100
3835(3)(b)Exceeding the extent of fishing set out in notice100
3937(a)Failure to register catch75
4037(b)Failure to maintain record of catch75
4137(c)Failure to submit record of catch75

PART V

National Parks of Canada Garbage Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Garbage RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
14(a)Failure to provide and maintain sufficient containers50
24(b)Failure to place garbage in proper containers50
34(c)Failure to drain and wrap wet garbage50
44(d)Failure to set out containers as required50
54(e)Failure to remove containers within specified period50
64(f)Failure to securely close containers100
74(g)Failure to store garbage in approved enclosures100
84(h)Failure to securely tie combustible rubbish in bundles50
94(i)Failure to prepare yard rubbish50
104(j)Failure to extinguish ashes or coals50
114(k)Setting out bulky wastes at improper time50
124(l)Setting out waste not suitable for collection50
134(m)Failure to keep street, sidewalk or boulevard free of garbage50
145(2)Delivering waste other than in accordance with a permit50
156(1)Conveying garbage in improper vehicle100
168Unlawfully discarding or disposing of garbage100
179(1)Accumulating garbage on owner’s premises75

PART VI

National Parks General Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks General RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
15(2)Entering closed public recreational facilities50
26(3)(a)Failure to register prior to undertaking hazardous activity75
36(3)(b)Failure to register immediately on completing hazardous activity75
47(4)
  • (a) Engaging in a restricted activity other than in accordance with a permit

100
  • (b) Use of a restricted area other than in accordance with a permit

100
  • (c) Entering and travelling in a restricted area other than in accordance with a permit

100
57.1(4)Unlawfully engaging in a designated activity30
67.1(6)Failure to produce authorization for inspection50
710
  • (a) Removal of a natural object

100
  • (b) Defacing, damaging or destroying a natural object

100
813
  • (a) Removing a signboard

100
  • (b) Defacing, damaging or destroying a signboard

100
  • (c) Removing a sign or notice

100
  • (d) Defacing, damaging or destroying a sign or notice

100
9[Repealed, SOR/98-353, s. 3]
1016Polluting a watercourse200
1117Obstructing or diverting a watercourse100
1221
  • (a) Using motorized watercraft in prohibited area

75
  • (b) Using water-skiing equipment in prohibited area

75
  • (c) Using sub-surface diving equipment in prohibited area

75
1324(2)Mooring a watercraft50
1425(2)Mooring a watercraft in reserved area50
1526(2)Mooring a watercraft for period longer than specified30
1628
  • (a) Depositing snow

100
  • (b) Depositing leaves

100
  • (c) Depositing rubbish

100
  • (d) Depositing offensive matter

100
1732(1)(a)Causing excessive noise100
1832(1)(b)Unreasonable behaviour100
18.132(1)(c)Unreasonable interference with fauna or natural beauty of a Park100
18.232(3)Entering a Park without permission within one year following removal from that Park200
1933
  • (a) Displaying advertisement or handbill

30
  • (b) Distributing advertisement or handbill

50
19.135(1)Possession of explosives without permit100
2036(3)Entering closed area100

PART VII

National Parks Highway Traffic Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks Highway Traffic RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)Operating a vehicle off a highway in a park without a permit100
211(a)
  • (a) Operating a motor vehicle without required licence

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operating a motor vehicle without required permit

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
311(b)
  • (a) Operating an unregistered motor vehicle

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operating an improperly equipped motor vehicle

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
3.111(c)Operating motor vehicle without wearing required equipmentAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
412(1)Operating motor vehicle in contravention of provincial lawsAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
515Disposing of waste matter on highway in a park200
616(3)Failure to obey instructions on traffic sign or device50
721Failure to comply with traffic directions50
822(a)
  • (a) Failure to stop motor vehicle on request of a peace officer in a park

75
  • (b) Failure to give information requested by a peace officer in a park

75
922(b)
  • (a) Failure to produce a licence or permit for inspection by a peace officer

75
  • (b) Failure to produce a pass for inspection by a peace officer

75
  • (c) Failure to produce a certificate for inspection by a peace officer

75
1023(2)(a)Parking in a designated area without permit25
1123(2)(b)Failure to expose attached parking permit label to motor vehicle25
1223(2)(c)Parking other than in accordance with the terms of parking permit25
1323(3)Exceeding parking period designated by sign25
1426(a)Abandoning a motor vehicle in a park75
1526(b)Parking a motor vehicle in a prescribed area for more than 48 hours without permission25
1627
  • (a) Parking a motor vehicle within 6 m of highway intersection

25
  • (b) Parking a motor vehicle within 3 m of water hydrant or fire plug

25
1728(2)Parking on a sidewalk without permission25
1828(3)
  • (a) Stopping a motor vehicle against direction of traffic without permission

25
  • (b) Stopping a motor vehicle not parallel with highway without permission

25
  • (c) Stopping a motor vehicle more than one foot from edge of highway without permission

25
  • (d) Parking a motor vehicle against direction of traffic without permission

25
  • (e) Parking a motor vehicle not parallel with highway without permission

25
  • (f) Parking a motor vehicle more than one foot from edge of highway without permission

25
1929
  • (a) Stopping a motor vehicle in a public lane

25
  • (b) Parking a motor vehicle in a public lane

25
2032(1)SpeedingAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
2133
  • (a) Driving a motor vehicle carelessly

250
  • (b) Riding a bicycle carelessly

100
  • (c) Riding a horse carelessly

100
  • (d) Riding an animal carelessly

100
2240(1)Driving a motor vehicle in a park without adequate snow tires or chains on snow or ice covered highway75
2341(1)(a)Operating an over-snow vehicle without written permission in a park75
2441(1)(b)
  • (a) Operating an over-snow vehicle not licensed as required in a park

75
  • (b) Operating an over-snow vehicle not registered as required in a park

75
  • (c) Operating an over-snow vehicle not equipped as required in a park

75
2541(1)(c)Operating an over-snow vehicle in a park other than in accordance with specified terms75
2641(1)(d)Operating an over-snow vehicle in a park while not wearing required equipment75
2741(2)Operating an all-terrain vehicle in a park without permission75
2845Failure to secure and bind load or place load in container to prevent escape100

PART VIII

National Parks Wildlife Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks Wildlife RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
14(1)(a)Disturbing wildlife200
1.14(1)(c)Possession of wildlife killed or procured within a Park200
24(1)(e)
  • (a) Disturbing a nest

75
  • (b) Disturbing a lair

75
  • (c) Disturbing a den

75
  • (d) Disturbing a beaver house

75
  • (e) Disturbing a beaver dam

75
  • (f) Destroying a nest

150
  • (g) Destroying a lair

150
  • (h) Destroying a den

150
  • (i) Destroying a beaver house

150
  • (j) Destroying a beaver dam

150
34(1)(f)
  • (a) Touching wildlife

200
  • (b) Feeding wildlife

200
  • (c) Enticing wildlife to approach

200
418Possession of firearm in prohibited area150
520(1)Possession of loaded firearm200
6[Repealed, SOR/97-469, s. 24]
720(1)Possession in a Park of loaded firearm that is not encased or is not wrapped and tied150
820(3)(a)
  • (a) Having a loaded firearm in or on a vehicle

200
  • (b) Having a loaded firearm on a vessel

200
  • (c) Having a loaded firearm in an aircraft

200
920(5)
  • (a) Carrying a firearm outside a vehicle

250
  • (b) Carrying a firearm outside a vessel

250
  • (c) Carrying a firearm outside an aircraft

250
  • (d) Carrying a trap outside a vehicle

250
  • (e) Carrying a trap outside a vessel

250
  • (f) Carrying a trap outside an aircraft

250
9.120(7)
  • (a) Possession of firearm in prescribed Park

250
  • (b) Possession of device for capturing wildlife in prescribed Park

250
  • (c) Possession of device for destroying wildlife in prescribed Park

250
1021(a)
  • (a) Failure to allow inspection of firearm

150
  • (b) Failure to allow inspection of trap

150
1121(b)
  • (a) Failure to allow inspection of firearm permit

150
  • (b) Failure to allow inspection of trap permit

150
  • SOR/97-161, ss. 10(F), 11, 12
  • SOR/97-469, ss. 5 to 26
  • SOR/98-254, ss. 4, 5
  • SOR/98-255, s. 3
  • SOR/98-353, ss. 2, 3
  • SOR/98-383, ss. 3, 4
  • SOR/2001-517, s. 10
  • SOR/2003-7, ss. 1 to 3
  • SOR/2007-58, ss. 1, 2
  • SOR/2016-200, ss. 12 to 31
  • SOR/2016-299, ss. 2, 3

SCHEDULE I.1(Sections 1 to 3)Canada Shipping Act, 2001

PART I

Canada Shipping Act, 2001

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Canada Shipping Act, 2001Short-Form DescriptionFine ($)
1129(1)Failing to report running down, movement, damaging or destruction of aid to navigation500
2129(2)Failing to report uncharted hazard to navigation or missing, out of position or malfunctioning aid to navigation500
3148(b)Failing, after a collision, to give name of vessel or name and address of authorized representative to master or person in charge of other vessel250
4155(1)(a)
  • (a) Failing to report possession of wreck to receiver of wreck when owner of wreck unknown

400
  • (b) Failing to provide information or documents requested by receiver of wreck

400
5155(1)(b)Failing to take measures directed by receiver of wreck400
6157
  • (a) Possessing unreported wreck

400
  • (b) Concealing unreported wreck

400
  • (c) Destroying unreported wreck

400
  • (d) Selling unreported wreck

400
7187Discharging a prescribed pollutant250
8196(5)(a)Failing to give officer or inspector reasonable assistance — owner, person in charge or person on board pleasure craft250
9196(5)(b)Failing to produce document or information to officer or inspector — Owner, person in charge or person on board pleasure craft250
10197(2)Selling pleasure craft in the course of a commercial enterprise without required plate or label500
11198(2)Failing to give officer or inspector reasonable assistance — importer, manufacturer or vendor of pleasure craft or owner or person in charge of place where pleasure craft is located500
12198(2)Failing to produce document or information to officer or inspector — importer, manufacturer or vendor of pleasure craft or owner or person in charge of place where pleasure craft is located500
13202(1)
  • (a) Operating unlicensed pleasure craft — owner

250
  • (b) Permitting operation of unlicensed pleasure craft — owner

250
14202(2)
  • (a) Operating pleasure craft without transferring licence — new owner

250
  • (b) Permitting operation of pleasure craft without transferring licence — new owner

250
15204
  • (a) Operating licensed pleasure craft on which licence number not marked and maintained in the specified form and manner

100
  • (b) Permitting operation of licensed pleasure craft on which licence number not marked and maintained in the specified form and manner

100
16205
  • (a) Defacing licence number on pleasure craft

250
  • (b) Altering licence number on pleasure craft

250
  • (c) Concealing licence number on pleasure craft

250
  • (d) Removing licence number on pleasure craft

250

PART I.1[Repealed, SOR/2010-15, s. 2]

PART I.2

Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Vessel Operation Restriction RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
12(1)Operating vessel where prohibited200
22(2)Operating power-driven or electrically propelled vessel where prohibited200
32(3)Operating power-driven vessel where prohibited200
42(4)Operating power-driven or electrically propelled vessel with more engine power than maximum specified200
52(5)Operating power-driven or electrically propelled vessel over maximum speed specified200
62(6)Operating power-driven or electrically propelled vessel for the purpose of towing a person on any water sport equipment, or allowing a person to wake surf, outside permitted hours200
72(7)Operating power-driven vessel at a speed over 10 km/h within 30 m of shore in specified waters200
85Placing sign restricting vessel operation250
96(2)(b)Failing to maintain sign in required form250
9.17Failing to remove unauthorized sign250
9.28(1)Failing to ensure sign is in proper form250
9.310(a)Removing authorized sign250
1010(b)
  • (a) Altering authorized sign

250
  • (b) Concealing authorized sign

250
  • (c) Damaging authorized sign

250
  • (d) Destroying authorized sign

250
1110(c)Using authorized sign or support erected for authorized sign as mooring250
11.111(1)Holding event or activity in prescribed waters that interferes with safe and efficient navigation250
11.211(2)Holding event or activity in prescribed waters without permit500
11.311(3)Holding event or activity during which speed limit exceeded in prescribed waters without permit500
11.414(1)Anchoring in False Creek without permit longer than 8 hours during day or outside permitted hours250
11.515(1)Operating vessel in an unsafe manner500
11.615(2)Operating vessel in a manner that interferes with an event or activity250
1219Allowing a person under 12 years of age to operate a pleasure craft with engine power greater than 7.5 kW250
1320
  • (a) Operating a pleasure craft with more than 30 kW engine power — person under 16 years of age

100
  • (b) Allowing a person under 16 years of age to operate a pleasure craft with more than 30 kW engine power

250
1421
  • (a) Operating a personal watercraft — person under 16 years of age

100
  • (b) Allowing a person under 16 years of age to operate a personal watercraft

250

PART I.3

Private Buoy Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Private Buoy RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13
  • (a) Place a private buoy that interferes with navigation

100
  • (b) Place a private buoy that is likely to interfere with navigation

100
  • (c) Place a private buoy that misleads operator of vessel

200
  • (d) Place a private buoy likely to mislead operator of vessel

200
24(1)(a)Place a private buoy that does not show the required dimensions above the water50
34(1)(b)Place a private buoy without displaying “PRIV” in the required manner50
44(1)(c)Place a private buoy that does not comply with the requirements set out in Canadian Aids to Navigation50
54(1)(d)Place a private buoy that does not display required information in the required manner50
64(1)(e)
  • (a) Place a private buoy not constructed in a manner that ensures requirements are met

50
  • (b) Place a private buoy not maintained in a manner that ensures requirements are met

50
  • (c) Place a private buoy not constructed with materials that ensure requirements are met

50
  • (d) Place a private buoy not maintained with materials that ensure requirements are met

50
74(1)(f)
  • (a) Place a private buoy with anchor not constructed in a manner that ensures anchor remains in position

50
  • (b) Place a private buoy with anchor not maintained in a manner that ensures anchor remains in position

50
  • (c) Place a private buoy with anchor not constructed with materials that ensure anchor remains in position

50
86
  • (a) Place a private buoy equipped with a light that fails to remain lit throughout the night

100
  • (b) Place a private buoy equipped with a light that does not meet the requirements of the Canadian Aids to Navigation

100

PART II

Small Vessel Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Small Vessel RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13 and 5(1)(a)
  • (a) Operating vessel with safety equipment not in good working order

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate vessel with safety equipment not in good working order

200
23 and 5(1)(b)
  • (a) Operating vessel with safety equipment not readily accessible and available for immediate use

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate vessel with safety equipment not readily accessible and available for immediate use

200
33 and 5(1)(c)
  • (a) Operating vessel with safety equipment not maintained or replaced in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions or recommendations

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate vessel with safety equipment not maintained or replaced in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions or recommendations

200
43 and 7(1)
  • (a) Operating vessel with life-saving appliance not bearing a mark or label indicating approval by the Minister

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate vessel with life-saving appliance not bearing a mark or label indicating approval by the Minister

200
59Altering personal flotation device or lifejacket in a way that compromises its original structural integrity or diminishes the integrity or readability of its markings200
610(1)
  • (a) Failing to wear personal flotation device or lifejacket in open vessel if device or lifejacket is of inflatable type

200
  • (b) Failing to wear personal flotation device or lifejacket on deck or in cockpit of vessel that is not open if device or lifejacket is of inflatable type

200
73 and 10(3)
  • (a) Operating personal watercraft without all required personal flotation devices or lifejackets on board being inherently buoyant

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate personal watercraft without all required personal flotation devices or lifejackets on board being inherently buoyant

200
8101(a)
  • (a) Operating pleasure craft that is not licensed

250
  • (b) Permitting person to operate pleasure craft that is not licensed

250
9101(b)
  • (a) Operating pleasure craft without copy of licence on board

250
  • (b) Permitting person to operate pleasure craft without copy of licence on board

250
10101(c)
  • (a) Operating pleasure craft if owner’s name and address on licence are not accurate

250
  • (b) Permitting person to operate pleasure craft if owner’s name and address on licence are not accurate

250
11110
  • (a) Owner operating pleasure craft marked with a number that could be confused with a licence number or registration number

250
  • (b) Owner permitting person to operate pleasure craft marked with a number that could be confused with a licence number or registration number

250
12201Operator of a pleasure craft failing to take all reasonable steps to ensure safety of craft and of persons on board300
133 and 204(a)
  • (a) Operating non-human-powered pleasure craft without personal flotation device or lifejacket of appropriate size for each person on board

200 plus 100 for each additional device or lifejacket missing
  • (b) Permitting person to operate non-human-powered pleasure craft without personal flotation device or lifejacket of appropriate size for each person on board

200 plus 100 for each additional device or lifejacket missing
143 and 204(b)
  • (a) Operating non-human-powered pleasure craft without reboarding device on board

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate non-human-powered pleasure craft without reboarding device on board

200
153 and 204(c)
  • (a) Operating non-human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed additional personal life-saving appliances on board

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate non-human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed additional personal life-saving appliances on board

200
163 and 205
  • (a) Operating non-human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed visual signals on board

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate non-human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed visual signals on board

200
173 and 206
  • (a) Operating non-human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed vessel safety equipment on board

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate non-human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed vessel safety equipment on board

200
183 and 207
  • (a) Operating non-human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed navigation equipment on board

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate non-human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed navigation equipment on board

200
193 and 208
  • (a) Operating non-human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed firefighting equipment on board

200 plus 100 for each additional piece of equipment missing
  • (b) Permitting person to operate non-human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed firefighting equipment on board

200 plus 100 for each additional piece of equipment missing
203 and 209(1)
  • (a) Operating human-powered pleasure craft without personal flotation device or lifejacket of appropriate size for each person on board

200 plus 100 for each additional device or lifejacket missing
  • (b) Permitting person to operate human-powered pleasure craft without personal flotation device or lifejacket of appropriate size for each person on board

200 plus 100 for each additional device or lifejacket missing
213 and 209(2)
  • (a) Operating human-powered pleasure craft in whitewater with personal flotation device or lifejacket that is not inherently buoyant

200 plus 100 for each additional device or lifejacket of inappropriate type
  • (b) Permitting person to operate human-powered pleasure craft in whitewater with personal flotation device or lifejacket that is not inherently buoyant

200 plus 100 for each additional device or lifejacket of inappropriate type
223 and 210
  • (a) Operating human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed life-saving appliances on board

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed life-saving appliances on board

200
233 and 211
  • (a) Operating human-powered pleasure craft without prescribed vessel safety and navigation equipment on board

200
  • (b) Permitting person to operate human powered pleasure craft without prescribed vessel safety and navigation equipment on board

200
24604(1) or 721(1)Installing fuel-burning appliance or system on vessel without conforming to recommended practices and standards250
25604(3) or 721(3)Installing fuel-burning appliance or system that uses gaseous fuel, liquefied petroleum gas, compressed natural gas or naphtha on vessel in a manner that permits ingress or trapping of the fuel or vapours below deck250
26605 or 723
  • (a) Installing fuel tank or fuel system on vessel in a manner that permits leakage or spillage of fuel

250
  • (b) Maintaining fuel tank or fuel system on vessel in a manner that permits leakage or spillage of fuel

250
27607 or 722
  • (a) Installing below deck on vessel a gasoline-fuelled inboard engine without the carburetor or throttle body fuel injector being fitted with a flame arrestor

250
  • (b) Enclosing by boxing on vessel a gasoline-fuelled inboard engine without the carburetor or throttle body fuel injector being fitted with a flame arrestor

250
28717(4)Builder, manufacturer, rebuilder or importer of a vessel failing to provide end user or reseller with document setting out design limitations250
29801(4)(a)Builder, manufacturer, rebuilder or importer of a vessel not fitted with a compliance notice failing to provide owner with compliance notice250
30801(4)(b)
  • (a) Builder, manufacturer, rebuilder or importer of a vessel fitted with an inaccurate compliance notice failing to inform Minister

250
  • (b) Builder, manufacturer, rebuilder or importer of a vessel fitted with an inaccurate compliance notice failing to provide owner with accurate compliance notice

250
31803(2)Builder, manufacturer, rebuilder or importer of a vessel failing to provide declaration of conformity to reseller or end user and to Minister250
32803(4)Reseller of a vessel failing to provide a declaration of conformity to another reseller or end user250
33810(a)
  • (a) Remove or alter a compliance notice on a vessel

350
  • (b) Remove or alter a builder’s plate on a personal watercraft

350
34810(b)Defacing a compliance notice350
35810(c)Unlawfully attaching a notice, plate or label to vessel that indicates vessel meets the construction requirements350
36810(d)Attaching to vessel a compliance notice that contains untrue information500
37901Person who operates or permits another person to operate a vessel failing to ensure that it is marked with hull serial number250
38902(1)
  • (a) Altering hull serial number

350
  • (b) Defacing hull serial number

350
  • (c) Removing hull serial number

350
39903(2)Builder, manufacturer or rebuilder of a vessel failing to permanently mark hull serial number on hull of vessel before first sale to reseller or end user250
40903(3)Importer of a vessel failing to ensure a hull serial number is permanently marked on hull of vessel before first sale to reseller or end user250
41903(11)
  • (a) Builder, manufacturer, rebuilder or importer of a vessel failing to provide owner with hull serial number on a plate or label on request

350
  • (b) Builder, manufacturer, rebuilder or importer of a vessel failing to permanently mark hull serial number on vessel on request

350
42903(13)Builder, manufacturer or rebuilder of a vessel using the same hull serial number on more than one vessel500
431000(1)
  • (a) Operating power-driven vessel without a muffler that is in good working order

250
  • (b) Permitting person to operate power-driven vessel without a muffler that is in good working order

250
441000(2)
  • (a) Operating vessel with a muffler cut-out or by-pass that is not visibly disconnected

500
  • (b) Permitting person to operate vessel with a muffler cut-out or by-pass that is not visibly disconnected

500
451001Starting gasoline-powered vessel without operating engine space blower for at least four minutes immediately before starting engine250
461002(1)Permitting leakage of fuel within or from vessel500
471002(2)Permitting fuel or oil to be discharged from vessel500
481002(3)(a)Fuelling vessel equipped with a portable fuel tank while dockside or beached without first removing the tank from the vessel250
491002(3)(b)Fuelling vessel equipped with a fixed fuel tank while dockside or beached unless person fuelling is only person on board250
501002(4)Fuelling vessel equipped with a fixed fuel tank without switching off all electrical equipment, closing all doors, windows and ports, shutting off all engines and extinguishing all open flames250
511002(5)Carrying gaseous fuel, naphtha, liquefied petroleum gas or compressed natural gas on vessel that is carrying passengers250
521002(6)Carrying fuel on board vessel in a portable container not designed for fuel250
531003(a)Using portable fuel-burning equipment or appliance on vessel other than in a well-ventilated location in an open space or on an open deck250
541003(b)Failing to secure portable fuel-burning equipment or appliance while in use on vessel250
551003(c)Failing to store portable fuel-burning equipment or appliance in a well-ventilated location250
561005(1)(a)
  • (a) Operating vessel to tow a person on water or in air without a person on board other than the operator keeping watch on every person being towed

250
  • (b) Permitting person to operate vessel to tow a person on water or in air without a person on board other than the operator keeping watch on every person being towed

250
571005(1)(b)
  • (a) Operating vessel to tow a person on water or in air without seating space on board for every person being towed

250
  • (b) Permitting person to operate vessel to tow a person on water or in air without seating space on board for every person being towed

250
581005(1)(c)
  • (a) Operating vessel to tow a person on water or in air without a personal flotation device or lifejacket on board for every person being towed

250
  • (b) Permitting person to operate vessel to tow a person on water or in air without a personal flotation device or lifejacket on board for every person being towed

250
591005(1)(d)
  • (a) Operating vessel to tow a person on the water or in the air during periods of restricted visibility or during the period beginning one hour after sunset and ending at sunrise

250
  • (b) Permitting person to operate vessel to tow a person on the water or in the air during periods of restricted visibility or during the period beginning one hour after sunset and ending at sunrise

250
601006(a)Towing oneself by vessel operated with a remote control350
611006(b)Operating propeller-driven surfboard-type vessel350
621007Operating vessel in a careless manner, without due care and attention or without reasonable consideration for other persons350

PART III

Collision Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemRule of Schedule 1 to Collision RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
120(b)
  • (a) Exhibiting, from sunset to sunrise, light that can be mistaken for prescribed lights

150
  • (b) Exhibiting, from sunset to sunrise, light that impairs visibility or distinctive character of prescribed lights

150
  • (c) Exhibiting, from sunset to sunrise, light that interferes with keeping of proper look-out

150
223(a)(i)Failing to exhibit masthead light forward on power-driven vessel underway150
323(a)(iii)Failing to exhibit sidelights on power-driven vessel underway150
423(a)(iv)Failing to exhibit sternlight on power-driven vessel underway150
525(a)(i)Failing to exhibit sidelights on sailing vessel underway150
625(a)(ii)Failing to exhibit sternlight on sailing vessel underway150
725(c)Exhibiting red and green all-round lights in a vertical line in conjunction with a combined lantern on sailing vessel150
825(e)Failing to exhibit forward conical shape, apex downward on vessel under sail also propelled by machinery150
927(e)(i)Failing to exhibit, during diving operations, three all-round lights in vertical line in prescribed manner150
1027(e)(ii)Failing to exhibit, during diving operations, rigid replica of International Code flag “A”, visible all-round, in prescribed manner150
1130(a)(i)Failing to exhibit, at anchor, all-round white light or one ball where it can best be seen in fore part150
1230(a)(ii)Failing to exhibit, at anchor, all-round white light at or near stern in prescribed manner150
1333(a)
  • (a) Failing to have prescribed whistle — vessel 12 m or more

150
  • (b) Failing to have prescribed bell or other equipment having the same sound characteristics — vessel 20 m or more

150
1433(b)Failing to have whistle or efficient sound signal — vessel less than 12 m150
15Annex IV, s. 2
  • (a) Using prescribed distress signal for purpose other than to indicate distress or need of assistance

150
  • (b) Using signal that may be confused with prescribed distress signal

150

PART IV

Competency of Operators of Pleasure Craft Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Competency of Operators of Pleasure Craft RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)(a)Operate a pleasure craft without prescribed competency250
23(1)(b)Failure to have proof of competency on board a pleasure craft250
2.13(2.1)Allow a person to operate a pleasure craft without the prescribed competency and proof of competency on board, or who does not benefit from an exception to those requirements to operate a pleasure craft.250
2.2[Repealed, SOR/2016-299, s. 6]
33(3)Failure by a non-resident to have on board a proof of residency250
4[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 33]
  • SOR/97-161, s. 2
  • SOR/97-208, ss. 2 to 6
  • SOR/97-469, s. 1
  • SOR/98-254, ss. 1 to 3
  • SOR/98-255, s. 1
  • SOR/98-383, ss. 1, 2
  • SOR/99-257, ss. 1 to 3
  • SOR/2000-381, ss. 2 to 6, 7(F), 8
  • err.(E), Vol. 135, No. 8
  • SOR/2001-517, ss. 2 to 4
  • SOR/2002-181, ss. 1 to 3
  • SOR/2004-189, ss. 1 to 14
  • SOR/2005-111, s. 1(F)
  • SOR/2009-144, ss. 1 to 3
  • SOR/2010-15, ss. 1 to 9
  • SOR/2010-92, s. 1
  • SOR/2016-200, ss. 32, 33
  • SOR/2016-299, ss. 4 to 6
  • SOR/2018-286, s. 11

SCHEDULE I.2(Sections 1 to 3)Canada Wildlife Act

Wildlife Area Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Wildlife Area RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)(a)
  • (a) Unlawfully hunting

200
  • (b) Unlawfully fishing

200
23(1)(b)
  • (a) Unlawfully possessing a firearm

200
  • (b) Unlawfully possessing a slingshot

200
  • (c) Unlawfully possessing a bow and arrow

200
  • (d) Unlawfully possessing toxic shot

200
  • (e) Unlawfully possessing a hunting instrument

200
2.13(1)(b.1)
  • (a) Unlawfully possessing, while fishing, a lead sinker that weighs less than 50 g

200
  • (b) Unlawfully possessing, while fishing, a lead jig that weighs less than 50 g

200
33(1)(c)
  • (a) Unlawfully possessing an animal

200
  • (b) Unlawfully possessing an animal carcass

200
  • (c) Unlawfully possessing an animal nest

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (d) Unlawfully possessing an animal egg

150 plus 50 per additional egg
  • (e) Unlawfully possessing part of an animal carcass

200
43(1)(d)
  • (a) Unlawfully damaging a plant

300
  • (b) Unlawfully destroying a plant

300
  • (c) Unlawfully removing a plant

300
53(1)(e)
  • (a) Unlawfully carrying on agricultural activity

300
  • (b) Unlawfully grazing livestock

300
  • (c) Unlawfully harvesting a natural crop

300
  • (d) Unlawfully harvesting a cultivated crop

300
63(1)(f)Unlawfully allowing a domestic animal to run at large300
73(1)(g)
  • (a) Unlawfully carrying on a recreational activity

150
  • (b) Unlawfully lighting a fire

300
  • (c) Unlawfully maintaining a fire

300
83(1)(h)Unlawfully operating a conveyance200
93(1)(i)
  • (a) Unlawfully destroying an animal

200
  • (b) Unlawfully destroying an animal carcass

200
  • (c) Unlawfully destroying an animal nest

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (d) Unlawfully destroying an animal egg

150 plus 50 per additional egg
103(1)(j)
  • (a) Unlawfully removing an artifact

200
  • (b) Unlawfully defacing an artifact

200
  • (c) Unlawfully damaging an artifact

200
  • (d) Unlawfully destroying an artifact

200
  • (e) Unlawfully removing a natural object

200
  • (f) Unlawfully defacing a natural object

200
  • (g) Unlawfully damaging a natural object

200
  • (h) Unlawfully destroying a natural object

200
  • (i) Unlawfully removing any structure

200
  • (j) Unlawfully defacing any structure

200
  • (k) Unlawfully damaging any structure

200
  • (l) Unlawfully destroying any structure

200
113(1)(k)
  • (a) Unlawfully carrying on commercial activity

300
  • (b) Unlawfully carrying on industrial activity

300
123(1)(l)
  • (a) Unlawfully disturbing any material

300
  • (b) Unlawfully removing any material

300
133(1)(m)
  • (a) Unlawfully dumping rubbish

300
  • (b) Unlawfully dumping waste material

300
  • (c) Unlawfully dumping substance that would degrade the quality of the environment

300
  • (d) Unlawfully depositing rubbish

300
  • (e) Unlawfully depositing waste material

300
  • (f) Unlawfully depositing substance that would degrade the quality of the environment

300
145(a)Failing to have permit in possession100
155(b)Failing to show permit on request100
168Entering a wildlife area or part thereof contrary to a notice100
178.2Hunting migratory game birds in Cap-Tourmente in an unauthorized blind300
  • SOR/97-469, s. 3
  • SOR/98-426, s. 1

SCHEDULE I.3(Sections 1 to 3)Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999

PART 0.1

Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999Short-Form DescriptionFine ($)
195(1)(a)Failure to notify as required and to provide written report of a release500

PART I

Asbestos Mines and Mills Release Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Asbestos Mines and Mills Release RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
16(1)Failure to submit the information required by the report500
26(3)Failure to submit the report within the required time500
38Failure to submit the duly completed report within the required time500
49Failure to submit the report, duly completed, and within the required time500
510Failure to have the report duly signed500

PART II

Benzene in Gasoline Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Benzene in Gasoline RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
17(1)(b)Failure to submit specified information within the required time500
27(3)Failure to submit updated information within the required time500
38(1) and (2)(b)Failure to submit the duly signed report within the required time500
410(b)Failure to retain in Canada the specified records and related evidence for the required time500
513(1)Failure to make a record of the specified information as required500
620Failure to make a record of the specified information as required500
721(1)Failure to put in place a compliance plan as required within the required time500
821(2)Failure to send a duly signed compliance plan within the required time500
921(3)Failure to submit an updated compliance plan within the required time500
1022(3)Failure to submit a report containing the specified information within the required time500

PART III[Repealed, SOR/2017-251, s. 4]

PART IV[Repealed, SOR/2007-62, s. 1]

PARTS V AND VI[Repealed, SOR/2014-295, s. 3]

PART VII

Ozone-depleting Substances and Halocarbon Alternatives Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Ozone-depleting Substances and Halocarbon Alternatives RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
172Failure to submit the annual report as required within the required time500
274(1)Failure to duly sign the notice, application or required document and attach the required certification500

PART VIII

Pulp and Paper Mill Defoamer and Wood Chip Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Pulp and Paper Mill Defoamer and Wood Chip RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
16(1)Failure to submit the report as required within the required time500
26(2)Failure to submit the report as required within the required time500
37Failure to keep the required record for five years500
48Failure to keep the required record for five years500
59Failure to keep the required records for five years500

PART IX

Pulp and Paper Mill Effluent Chlorinated Dioxins and Furans Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Pulp and Paper Mill Effluent Chlorinated Dioxins and Furans RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
16(2)
  • (a) Failure to report to the Minister the concentrations of specified substances

500
  • (b) Failure to report to the Minister the effluent flowrate of the final effluent

500
27(7)Failure to duly sign any report or information submitted500

PART X

Secondary Lead Smelter Release Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Secondary Lead Smelter Release RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
19(1)Failure to submit the duly completed report500
29(3)Failure to submit the report within the required time500
313Failure to submit the duly completed report within the required time500
414Failure to have the submitted report duly signed500

PART XI[Repealed, SOR/2017-251, s. 9]

PART XII

Contaminated Fuel Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Contaminated Fuel RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
15(1) and (3)Failure to keep, for five years, the specified information for each shipment, as required500
25(2) and (3)Failure to keep, for five years, the required documentary proof for each shipment500

PART XIII

Tetrachloroethylene (Use in Dry Cleaning and Reporting Requirements) Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Tetrachloroethylene (Use in Dry Cleaning and Reporting Requirements) RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
14Using tetrachloroethylene without storing it, its waste water and its residue in closed containers500
211(b) and 15Failure to submit by the specified date a duly signed and dated report in the required form and containing the specified information500
312(1)(b) and 15Failure to submit by the specified date a duly signed and dated report in the required form and containing the specified information500
413(b) and 15Failure to submit by the specified date a duly signed and dated report in the required form and containing the specified information500
514(b) and 15Failure to submit by the specified date a duly signed and dated report in the required form and containing the specified information500
616Failure to keep the specified documentation in Canada for the prescribed time500

PART XIV

Solvent Degreasing Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Solvent Degreasing RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
17(a) and 9Failure to submit, within the specified time and on the form provided, the duly signed and dated report, containing the specified information500
27(b)Failure to keep, for five years at the designated location, a copy of the report submitted and the other specified documents500
38(a) and 9Failure to submit, within the specified time and on the form provided, the duly signed and dated report, containing the specified information500
48(b)Failure to keep, for five years at the seller’s principal place of business in Canada, the required documentation500

PART XV

Environmental Emergency Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Environmental Emergency RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(4)Failure to resubmit the required notice within 60 days500
23(5)Failure to give the required notice within the required time500
33(5.1)Failure to send the notice containing the specified information within the required time500
43(6)Failure to submit the required certification, duly signed, and in the specified form500
54(4)(b)Failure to submit a report containing the requested information within the required time500
64(5)Failure to submit the required certification, duly signed, and in the specified form500
75(1)Failure to implement an environmental emergency plan within the required time or to test the plan and submit a notice with the requested information within the required time500
85(2)Failure to submit the required certification, duly signed, and in the specified form500
97(3)Failure to submit a report containing the requested information within the required time500

PART XVI

2-Butoxyethanol Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of 2-Butoxyethanol RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
18(1) and (3)Failure to keep a copy of the required documentation for five years at a place in Canada where it can be inspected500
28(2) and (3)Failure to keep the required results and supporting documentation for five years at a place in Canada where they can be inspected500

PART XVII[Repealed, SOR/2018-286, s. 13]

PART XVIII

PCB Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of PCB RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
117(4)Failure to notify the Minister within the required time of any change to the information provided500
222(2)Failure to submit the specified information within the required time500
322(3)Failure to notify the Minister within the required time of any changes to the information provided500
426Failure to keep all points of access locked or guarded500
528(1)(a)Failure to develop and implement the required plan500
628(1)(a)(i)
  • (a) Failure to update the required plan once per year

500
  • (b) Failure to test the required plan once per year

500
728(1)(a)(ii)Failure to keep a written copy of the latest plan at the designated location500
828(1)(a)(iii)Failure to make a copy of the latest plan readily available to prescribed persons500
928(1)(b)Failure to ensure that all authorized employees are familiar with the contents of the required plan500
1028(1)(c)
  • (a) Failure to equip the site with a fire alarm system as described

500
  • (b) Failure to equip the site with the portable fire extinguishers or automatic fire suppression system as described

500
1128(1)(d)
  • (a) Failure to keep a copy of the specified records at the storage site

500
  • (b) Failure to make a copy of the specified records readily available to the prescribed persons

500
1228(1)(e)Failure to ensure that specified employees are made aware of the hazards and have the required knowledge500
1328(1)(f)Failure to store absorbent materials required near the site500
1429(1) and (4)Failure to affix the required label in a readily visible location within the required time500
1529(2) and (4)Failure to affix the required label in a readily visible location500
1629(3.1) and (4)Failure to affix the required label in a readily visible location500
1730(1)Failure to affix the required label or place the required notice in the specified location500
1830(2)Failure to affix the required label on each dismantled part within the required time500
1931(1)Failure to affix the required label in a readily visible location on any specified product500
2031(2)Failure to affix the required label in a readily visible location on a fixed tank or specified products500
2131(3)Failure to place the required notice in a readily visible location at the entrance of the site500
2232Failure to ensure that a product or container bears the required label at all times500
2339(1) and 42Failure to submit the required report in the specified format and within the required time500
2439(2) and 42Failure to submit the required report in the specified format and within the required time500
2540(2)Failure to include the specified information in the report500
2641Failure to keep a copy of the report at the principal place of business in Canada for five years500
2743(b) and 45Failure to maintain, as specified, the required information and documentation500
2844(1) and 45Failure to maintain, as specified, the required record of inspections500
2944(2) and 45Failure to maintain, as specified, the required record of inspections conducted on equipment500

PART XIX

Chromium Electroplating, Chromium Anodizing and Reverse Etching Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Chromium Electroplating, Chromium Anodizing and Reverse Etching RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(2)(b) and 13Failure to submit the required notice, dated and duly signed, within the required time500
23(3)Failure to submit the notice with the required information500
33(4)Failure to notify the Minister within the required time500
45(5)Failure to give the required notice of intent within the required time500
56(4)(b)Failure to keep a record containing the specified information500
67(3)Failure to measure and record the surface tension as required500
79(3)(b)Failure to keep a record containing the specified information500
810(5)Failure to record the specified information500
911(1) and (4) and 13Failure to submit a report within the required time, in the required form, dated, duly signed and containing the specified information500
1011(2) and (4) and 13Failure to submit the report, in the required form, within the required time, dated, duly signed and containing the specified information500
1112Failure to include the specified information in the report500
1214Failure to keep specified documents for five years at a place in Canada where they can be inspected500

PART XX

Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Concentration Limits for Automotive Refinishing Products Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Concentration Limits for Automotive Refinishing Products RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
113(1)(a)Failure to maintain records containing the specified information500
213(1)(b)Failure to maintain records containing the specified information500
313(1)(c)Failure to maintain records containing the specified information500
413(2) and (3)Failure to keep the required documentation as specified for five years at a place in Canada where it can be inspected500

PART XXI

Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Concentration Limits for Architectural Coatings Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Concentration Limits for Architectural Coatings RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
119(1)(a)Failure to maintain records containing the specified information500
219(1)(b)Failure to maintain records containing the specified information500
319(1)(c)Failure to maintain records containing the specified information500
419(2) and (3)Failure to keep the required documentation for five years at a place in Canada where it can be inspected500
  • SOR/2001-450, s. 1
  • SOR/2007-62, s. 1
  • SOR/2014-295, ss. 1 to 6
  • SOR/2017-251, ss. 1 to 21
  • SOR/2018-286, s. 12
  • SOR/2018-286, s. 13

SCHEDULE II(Sections 1 to 3)Department of Transport Act

Historic Canals Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Historic Canals RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
16(1)(a)
  • (a) Failure to carry permit on person while engaged in designated activities

75
  • (b) Failure to carry permit on board while engaged in designated activities

75
26(1)(b)Failure to produce permit on request75
36(1)(c)Failure to comply with the terms and conditions specified in permit75
46(1)(d)Failure to notify Superintendent of any corrections to information on application for permit75
57(a)
  • (a) Disturbing person’s use or enjoyment

75
  • (b) Interfering with person’s use or enjoyment

75
67(b)Behaviour that endangers the safety of any person75
77(c)Causing excessive noise between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.75
87(d)
  • (a) Unauthorized operation of a lock or its gates or sluices

150
  • (b) Unauthorized operation of a lift or swing bridge or its gates or sluices

150
  • (c) Unauthorized operation of a dam or its gates or sluices

150
  • (d) Unauthorized operation of a wasteweir

150
97(e)
  • (a) Fishing within 10 m of a lock

75
  • (b) Fishing within 10 m of an approach wharf

75
  • (c) Fishing from a bridge over a navigation channel

75
108Failure to comply with a posted sign100
119
  • (a) Engaging in a restricted activity

75
  • (b) Entering a closed area

75
1210(a)
  • (a) Water-skiing in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (b) Riding a tube in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (c) Riding a kneeboard in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (d) Being towed behind a vessel in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (e) Towing a water-skier in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (f) Towing a person riding a tube in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (g) Towing a person riding a kneeboard in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (h) Water-skiing within 100 m of a structure outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (i) Riding a tube within 100 m of a structure outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (j) Riding a kneeboard within 100 m of a structure outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (k) Being towed behind a vessel within 100 m of a structure outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (l) Towing a water-skier within 100 m of a structure outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (m) Towing a person riding a tube within 100 m of a structure outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (n) Towing a person riding a kneeboard within 100 m of a structure outside designated hours or areas

75
1310(b)
  • (a) Diving in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (b) Jumping in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (c) Scuba-diving in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (d) Swimming in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (e) Bathing in a navigation channel outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (f) Diving within 40 m of a lock gate or dam outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (g) Jumping within 40 m of a lock gate or dam outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (h) Scuba-diving within 40 m of a lock gate or dam outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (i) Swimming within 40 m of a lock gate or dam outside designated hours or areas

75
  • (j) Bathing within 40 m of a lock gate or dam outside designated hours or areas

75
1410(c)
  • (a) Diving from a bridge over a historic canal or from its abutments

75
  • (b) Jumping from a bridge over a historic canal or from its abutments

75
1510(d)Operating a vessel within 40 m of a dam when not in the navigation channel75
1611(1)(a)Depositing snow collected during snow removal200
1711(1)(b)Discarding waste except in a designated receptacle200
1811(1)(c)Discharging contents of a holding tank except at a designated pumpout station200
1911(2)
  • (a) Removing a cultural resource other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (b) Removing a natural resource other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (c) Removing a structure other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (d) Removing equipment other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (e) Removing an object other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (f) Altering a cultural resource other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (g) Altering a natural resource other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (h) Altering a structure other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (i) Altering equipment other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (j) Altering an object other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (k) Destroying a cultural resource other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (l) Destroying a natural resource other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (m) Destroying a structure other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (n) Destroying equipment other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (o) Destroying an object other than in accordance with a permit

200
2012
  • (a) Vacating property in unkept condition

100
  • (b) Vacating a facility in unkept condition

100
2114(1)
  • (a) Dredging other than in accordance with a permit

275
  • (b) Filling other than in accordance with a permit

275
2214(5)Failure to comply with a stop work order300
2314(6)Failure to comply with a restore order300
2415(1)
  • (a) Erecting a sign over or in a historic canal other than in accordance with a permit

100
  • (b) Erecting a structure over or in a historic canal other than in accordance with a permit

100
  • (c) Erecting an object over or in a historic canal other than in accordance with a permit

100
2517(1)(a)
  • (a) Taking off an aircraft on a navigation channel

200
  • (b) Landing an aircraft on a navigation channel

200
  • (c) Mooring an aircraft on a navigation channel

200
2617(1)(b)
  • (a) Taking off an aircraft on waters within 100 m of a lock

200
  • (b) Landing an aircraft on waters within 100 m of a lock

200
  • (c) Mooring an aircraft within 100 m of a lock

200
  • (d) Taking off an aircraft on waters within 100 m of a bridge

200
  • (e) Landing an aircraft on waters within 100 m of a bridge

200
  • (f) Mooring an aircraft within 100 m of a bridge

200
  • (g) Taking off an aircraft on waters within 100 m of a dam

200
  • (h) Landing an aircraft on waters within 100 m of a dam

200
  • (i) Mooring an aircraft within 100 m of a dam

200
2717(1)(c)
  • (a) Taking off an aircraft on waters at point where waters are 150 m wide or less other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (b) Landing an aircraft on waters at point where waters are 150 m wide or less other than in accordance with a permit

200
  • (c) Mooring an aircraft at point where waters are 150 m wide or less other than in accordance with a permit

200
2818Camping outside campground75
2919Camping at a campground other than in accordance with a permit75
3022(1)Discharging fireworks150
3123(1)
  • (a) Lighting a fire in a prohibited place

75
  • (b) Maintaining a fire in a prohibited place

75
3223(2)Leaving a fire unattended75
3323(3)Failure to extinguish a fire75
3424(1)Failure to restrain pet by a harness or leash or confine pet in enclosure100
3524(2)Failure to remove or dispose of pet excrement100
3625(1)Bringing livestock75
3727(a)Failure by owner to ensure that vessel is fitted with proper mooring lines75
3827(b)Failure by owner to ensure that vessel fender is securely fastened and made of material that will float75
3928(a)Operating a vessel that may damage historic canal150
4028(b)Operating a vessel that may endanger the safety of persons using a historic canal150
4128(c)
  • (a) Operating a vessel that may delay navigation

150
  • (b) Operating a vessel that may obstruct navigation

150
4229(a)Failure to obey traffic control devices150
4329(b)Failure to obey instructions respecting the use of locks and channels250
4430
  • (a) Failure to operate a vessel in a manner that ensures that its wake is minimized

200
  • (b) Failure to operate a vessel in a manner that ensures that the vessel and its wake do not compromise the safety of persons or vessels or cause damage

200
4531(1)Failure of person in charge to give way when approaching a bridge100
4631(2)Failure of person in charge to give way when approaching bend100
4731(3)
  • (a) Overtaking of another vessel within 300 m of lock

100
  • (b) Overtaking of another vessel within 300 m of guard gate

100
  • (c) Overtaking of another vessel within 300 m of bridge

100
4831(4)Failure to reduce speed in work zones150
4933(1)(a)
  • (a) Unlawful attempt to pass vessel through swing bridge

150
  • (b) Unlawful attempt to pass vessel through lift bridge

150
5034(1)Attempting to pass through Brighton Road Swing Bridge other than in accordance with a permit100
5135(1)Unlawfully allowing vessel to leave an approach wharf to enter or leave a lock150
5235(2)Failure to give way to another vessel leaving lock150
5335(3)Allowing improperly equipped vessel to pass through a lock150
5436(a)Failure to properly secure vessel in lock150
5536(b)Failure to ensure that each mooring line is attended by crew while passing through a lock150
5636(c)Failure to ensure that the engine compartment blower or exhaust fan is operating while passing through a lock150
5737
  • (a) Smoking or having an open flame on coping wall while passing through a lock

150
  • (b) Smoking or having an open flame on lock gate while passing through a lock

150
5838(a)Smoking or having an open flame onboard while passing through a lock150
5938(b)Turning on or off any appliance while passing through a lock150
6038(c)Operating an engine while passing through a lock150
6140(1)Mooring a vessel in a manner that obstructs navigation150
6240(2)Mooring a vessel along an approach wharf for a reason other than waiting to enter the lock75
6340(3)Unlawfully affixing mooring line75
6440(4)Mooring a vessel other than in accordance with a permit75
6540(6)Unlawfully mooring a vessel not of particular type or class75
6640(7)Mooring a vessel at a wharf for longer than designated period75
6741Mooring a vessel in a navigation channel150
6842Wintering a vessel other than in accordance with a permit75
6943Lying up a vessel other than in accordance with a permit50
7044(1)(a)
  • (a) Moving an aid to navigation

250
  • (b) Altering an aid to navigation

250
  • (c) Destroying an aid to navigation

250
7144(1)(b)Mooring a vessel to an aid to navigation250
7244(1)(c)Setting out navigation markers other than buoys250
7344(1)(d)Setting out a buoy other than in accordance with a permit250
7445(1)(a)Operating a vehicle with treads that may damage bridge surface, other than in accordance with a permit150
7545(1)(b)Operating on a bridge a vehicle whose gross weight exceeds the posted load capacity of the bridge, other than in accordance with a permit150
7645(4)Proceeding over a bridge prior to closure device being fully open150
77[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 38]
  • SOR/97-161, s. 3(F)
  • SOR/98-255, s. 2
  • SOR/2016-200, ss. 34(F), 35(F), 36 to 38
  • SOR/2016-299, s. 7
  • SOR/2018-286, s. 14

SCHEDULE II.1(Sections 1 to 3)Fisheries Act

PART I

Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemMaritime Provinces Fishery RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
14(1)
  • (a) Unlawfully fishing for any fish

200
  • (b) Unlawfully catching and retaining any fish

200
27(1)Fishing in inland waters by a prohibited method200
38Fishing in inland waters with the aid of an artificial light or light from a fire200
49
  • (a) Fishing by jigging in inland waters

500
  • (b) Assisting in fishing by jigging in inland waters

500
  • (c) Assisting in landing fish caught by jigging in inland waters

500
59.1Fishing by jigging in tidal waters of Nova Scotia during specified close time200
610Angling in inland waters without an open season being in effect for at least one species of sport fish250
711(a)Angling in inland waters with more than one fishing line200 plus 50 per line exceeding limit
811(b)Angling in inland waters with more than three hooks attached to a fishing line200 plus 50 per hook exceeding limit
911.1(a)Angling in tidal waters for sport fish with more than one fishing line200 plus 50 per line exceeding limit
1011.1(b)Angling in tidal waters for sport fish with more than three hooks attached to a fishing line200 plus 50 per hook exceeding limit
1111.2(a)Angling in tidal waters for any species of fish other than sport fish with more than five fishing lines200 plus 50 per line exceeding limit
1211.2(b)Angling in tidal waters for any species of fish other than sport fish with more than six hooks attached to a fishing line200 plus 50 per hook exceeding limit
1312(1)Angling for sport fish during the specified period200
1412(3)Angling in specified waters during the specified period200
1513
  • (a) Failing to return forthwith to the water a sport fish caught by hooking it in a part of its body other than the mouth

500
  • (b) Failing to release into the water a live sport fish in a manner that causes it the least harm

500
1614Using a gaff or spear to land a sport fish caught by angling200
1715(a)
  • (a) Angling from any bridge in Nova Scotia that spans specified waters

200
  • (b) Assisting in angling from any bridge in Nova Scotia that spans specified waters

200
1815(b)
  • (a) Angling from any bridge in New Brunswick that spans or forms the boundary of specified waters

200
  • (b) Assisting in angling from any bridge in New Brunswick that spans or forms the boundary of specified waters

200
1916(1)Angling in specified waters during specified close time250
2017(1)Possessing more salmon taken by angling than the specified yearly quota400 plus 300 per fish exceeding quota
2117(2)Possessing more than the specified daily quota of any species of fish, except for salmon, taken by recreational fishing300
2218(a)(i)
  • (a) Using as bait any live or dead bass, bullhead, sunfish, white perch, yellow perch or other spiny fin-rayed fish

200
  • (b) Possessing for use as bait any live or dead bass, bullhead, sunfish, white perch, yellow perch or other spiny fin-rayed fish

200
2318(a)(ii)
  • (a) Using as bait live or dead goldfish or other carp

200
  • (b) Possessing for use as bait live or dead goldfish or other carp

200
2418(a)(iii)
  • (a) Using as bait live or dead goldfish or other carp

200
  • (b) Possessing for use as bait live or dead chain pickerel

200
2518(b)
  • (a) Using as bait in a province any live fish that was not taken in that province

200
  • (b) Possessing for use as bait in a province any live fish that was not taken in that province

200
2619(1)
  • (a) Using any live fish as bait in the inland waters of New Brunswick

200
  • (b) Possessing any live fish for use as bait in the inland waters of New Brunswick

200
2720Fishing in the specified waters during specified close time250
2821Failing to set a gill net in a straight line200
2922Possessing, without lawful excuse, a fishing net other than a dip net500
3023(1)Possessing a jigging device or spear in inland waters or within 15 m of inland waters300
3123(2)Possessing a snare or bow and arrow in inland waters300
3224(a)Failing to remove a gill net from the water during specified weekly close time — fishing for gaspereau or shad250
3324(b)Failing to render a trap net or weir incapable of catching fish during specified weekly close time — fishing for gaspereau or shad250
3425Fishing with a weir constructed in tidal waters that goes dry at low tide200
3526(a)(i)Fishing for gaspereau in the Gaspereau River, Nova Scotia, with a dip net within 90 m of a square net200
3626(a)(ii)Fishing for gaspereau in the Gaspereau River, Nova Scotia, with a square net within 60 m of any other square net200
3726(a)(iii)Fishing for gaspereau in the Gaspereau River, Nova Scotia, with a square net within 60 m of a dam200
3826(b)(i)Fishing for smelt or tomcod in the specified waters with a bag net, trap net or gill net within 45 m of any other bag net, trap net or gill net200
3926(b)(ii)Fishing for smelt or tomcod in the specified waters with a bag net, trap net or gill net within 90 m upstream or downstream of any other bag net, trap net or gill net200
4026(c)(i)Fishing for smelt or tomcod in the Miramichi River or Miramichi Bay with a bag net, trap net or gill net within 90 m of any other bag net, trap net or gill net200
4126(c)(ii)Fishing for smelt or tomcod in the Miramichi River or Miramichi Bay with a bag net, trap net or gill net within 180 m upstream or downstream of any other bag net, trap net or gill net200
4226(d)Fishing for smelt or tomcod with a bag net, trap net or gill net within 90 m of a bridge200
4326(e)
  • (a) Fishing with fishing gear, other than angling gear, a dip net, a minnow trap or a spear, within 200 m of any fishing gear previously set

200
  • (b) Setting any fishing gear, other than angling gear, a dip net, a minnow trap or a spear, within 200 m of any fishing gear previously set

200
4427Leaving fishing gear unattended in the water for more than 72 consecutive hours250
4528(1)Placing a shack or temporary shelter on the ice over any waters in Prince Edward Island or Nova Scotia that does not have the name and address of the owner affixed to it200
4628(2)(a)Affixing to a shack or temporary shelter letters or numerals forming the owner’s name or address that are not legible200
4728(2)(b)Affixing to a shack or temporary shelter letters or numerals forming the owner’s name or address that are less than 50 mm in height200
4828(2)(c)Affixing to a shack or temporary shelter letters or numerals forming the owner’s name or address that are in a colour that does not contrast with their background200
4928(3)Placing a shack or temporary shelter on the ice before January 1 in specified waters200
5028(4)Failing to remove a shack or temporary shelter from the ice by midnight on April 2 or by the date specified by a fishery officer200
5130.1Fishing for burbot by a prohibited method200
5230.2Fishing for burbot in the specified waters during specified close time250
5330.3(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more burbot than the specified quota200
5430.3(b)Catching and retaining from the specified waters a burbot less than the specified minimum length or more than the specified maximum length200
5531.1Fishing for chain pickerel by a prohibited method200
5631.2Fishing for chain pickerel in the specified waters during specified close time250
5731.3(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more chain pickerel than the specified quota200
5831.3(b)Catching and retaining from the specified waters any chain pickerel less than the specified minimum length or more than the specified maximum length200
5932(1)Engaging in recreational fishing for clams in the specified waters during specified close time250
6032(2)Engaging in commercial fishing for clams in the specified waters during specified close time350
6133Catching and retaining in any day more clams of the specified species than the specified aggregate quota200 plus 1 per clam exceeding quota
6234Catching and retaining from the specified waters any clam of a specified species less than the specified minimum length200 plus 1 per clam less than minimum length
6336Fishing for eels by a prohibited method500
6437(1)Engaging in recreational fishing for eels from specified waters during specified close time250
6537(1.1)Engaging in commercial fishing for eels from specified waters during specified close time350
6637(2)(a)Failing to provide an opening in an eel trap at least 90 cm wide while fishing for eels from sunrise to sunset in the inland waters of Nova Scotia250
6737(2)(b)Failing to render a fyke net incapable of catching fish while fishing for eels from sunrise to sunset in the inland waters of Nova Scotia250
6838Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more eels than the specified quota200 plus 10 per eel exceeding quota
6938.1(1)Catching and retaining from the specified waters an eel less than the specified minimum length200 plus 10 per eel less than minimum length
7040Fishing for gaspereau by a prohibited method500
7141(1)(a)Engaging in recreational fishing for gaspereau in the specified waters during specified yearly close time250
7241(1)(b)Engaging in recreational fishing for gaspereau in the specified waters during specified weekly close time250
7341(2)(a)Engaging in commercial fishing for gaspereau in the specified waters during specified yearly close time350
7441(2)(b)Engaging in commercial fishing for gaspereau in the specified waters during specified weekly close time350
7541.1Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more gaspereau than the specified quota200 plus 10 per fish exceeding quota
7642(1)Fishing for gaspereau with a gill net that has a mesh size of more than 89 mm200
7742(2)Fishing for gaspereau in the inland or tidal waters of New Brunswick with a gill net that has a mesh size of less than 38 mm200
7843(1)Fishing for gaspereau in the inland waters of Nova Scotia by a prohibited method from sunset to sunrise250
7944(a)Fishing for gaspereau in the inland waters of any river in Nova Scotia with a square net that is more than 3.65 m2200
8044(b)
  • (a) Erecting in the inland waters of any river in Nova Scotia a square net fixture that extends more than one third of the way across the width of the river or that has an outside wall of more than 9 m in length

500
  • (b) Using in the inland waters of any river in Nova Scotia a square net fixture that extends more than one third of the way across the width of the river or that has an outside wall of more than 9 m in length

500
8145(a)Failing to remove a square net from the specified waters during specified weekly close time — fishing for gaspereau250
8245(b)Failing to provide an opening that is at least 60 cm wide and 60 cm high in the wall of the square net fixture — fishing for gaspereau in inland waters of a river in Nova Scotia500
8346Fishing for gaspereau in the inland waters of Inverness County with a trap net that is more than 15 m in length200
8447(a)Fishing for gaspereau in the Gaspereau River, Nova Scotia, with a dip net the opening of which has a circumference of more than 190 cm200
8547(b)Fishing for gaspereau in the specified section of the Gaspereau River, Nova Scotia, by a prohibited method200
8647(c)Fishing for gaspereau in the specified section of the Gaspereau River, Nova Scotia200
8747(d)Fishing for gaspereau in the specified section of the Gaspereau River, Nova Scotia200
8848Fishing for gaspereau in the specified section of the Tusket River, Nova Scotia200
8950Fishing for landlocked salmon by a prohibited method500
9051Fishing for landlocked salmon in the specified waters during specified close time250
9152(1)(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more landlocked salmon than the specified quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
9252(1)(b)(i)Catching and retaining from the specified waters any landlocked salmon less than the specified minimum length200 plus 100 per fish less than minimum length
9352(1)(b)(ii)Catching and retaining from the specified waters any landlocked salmon more than the specified maximum length200 plus 100 per fish greater than maximum length
9452(2)Catching and retaining in any day from any combination of specified waters more landlocked salmon than the specified quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
9553Failing to affix a blue salmon tag in the specified manner to a landlocked salmon that is 48 cm or more in length that is caught and retained during specified period200
9653.2Fishing for muskellunge by a prohibited method200
9753.3Fishing in the specified waters for muskellunge during specified close time250
9853.4(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more muskellunge than the specified quota200
9953.4(b)Catching and retaining from the specified waters muskellunge less than the specified minimum length or more than the specified maximum length200
10054Fishing for mussels by a prohibited method200
10155(1)Engaging in recreational fishing for mussels in the specified waters during specified close time250
10255(2)Engaging in commercial fishing for mussels in the specified waters during specified close time350
10355.1Catching and retaining in any day in the specified waters more mussels than the specified quota200 plus 1 per mussel exceeding quota
10456(a)Fishing for oysters by diving in a leased oyster area in the inland or tidal waters of Prince Edward Island200
10556(b)Fishing for oysters in a public oyster-fishing area by a prohibited method200
10657(a)Fishing without a licence for oysters in a specified area during specified yearly close time250
10757(b)Fishing without a licence for oysters in a specified area during specified weekly close time250
10858
  • (a) Catching and retaining an oyster that is less than the specified length

200 plus 1 per oyster less than specified length
  • (b) Possessing an oyster that is less than the specified length

200 plus 1 per oyster less than specified length
10960Fishing for salmon by a prohibited method500
11061Fishing for salmon in the specified waters during specified close time250
11162(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more salmon than the specified quota400 plus 300 per fish exceeding quota
11262(b)Catching and retaining in any year from the specified waters more salmon than the specified quota400 plus 300 per fish exceeding quota
11363(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more salmon than the specified quota400 plus 300 per fish exceeding quota
11463(b)Catching and retaining in any year from the specified waters more salmon than the specified quota400 plus 300 per fish exceeding quota
11563(c)Catching and retaining from the specified waters any salmon less than the specified minimum length400 plus 300 per fish less than minimum length
11664(1)(a)Continuing to angle during any day for salmon in the specified waters after having caught and retained the specified quota250
11764(1)(b)Continuing to angle during any day for salmon in the specified waters after having caught and released the specified quota250
11864(2)Continuing to angle during any year for salmon in the specified waters after having caught and retained the specified quota250
11965(1)(a)Continuing to angle during any day for salmon in the specified waters after having caught and retained the specified quota250
12065(1)(b)Continuing to angle during any day for salmon in the specified waters after having caught and released the specified quota250
12165(2)Continuing to angle during any year for salmon in the specified waters after having caught and retained the specified quota250
12267(1)Failing to forthwith securely lock or seal a salmon tag on the caught and retained salmon in accordance with the design of the tag200
12368Importing a salmon into a province without the specified tag400 plus 300 per fish not tagged
12469Having a salmon to which a blue salmon tag is affixed on board any vessel for which a registration card has been issued400
12570(1)Possessing a salmon without a salmon tag affixed400 plus 300 per fish not tagged
12672Fishing for shad by a prohibited method500
12773(1)(a)Engaging in recreational fishing for shad in the specified waters during yearly close time250
12873(1)(b)Engaging in recreational fishing for shad in the specified waters during specified weekly close time250
12973(1.1)(a)Engaging in commercial fishing for shad in the specified waters during the specified yearly close time350
13073(1.1)(b)Engaging in commercial fishing for shad in the specified waters during the specified weekly close time350
13173(2)Fishing for shad in the inland waters of Nova Scotia by a prohibited method from sunset to sunrise250
13273.1Catching and retaining in any day in the specified waters more shad than the specified quota200 plus 50 for each fish in excess of quota
13374Fishing for shad with a gill net that has a mesh size of less than 127 mm200
13475Fishing for silversides by a prohibited method500
13576Fishing for silversides by a prohibited method250
13677Fishing for silversides with a trap net that has a mesh size of more than 65 mm200
13779Fishing for smallmouth bass by a prohibited method500
13880Fishing for smallmouth bass in the specified waters during specified close time250
13981(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more smallmouth bass than the specified quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
14081(b)Catching and retaining from the specified waters any smallmouth bass less than the specified minimum length or more than the specified maximum length200 plus 100 per fish less than minimum length or more than maximum length
14183Fishing for smelt by a prohibited method500
14284Fishing for smelt with gear that has a mesh size of less than 31 mm200
14385Fishing for smelt with a bag net or box net having a leader that is more than 31 m in length200
14486Fishing for smelt in the inland or tidal waters of Prince Edward Island with a bag net that has a leader200
14587Catching and retaining in any day using specified methods more smelt than the specified quota200 plus 1 per fish exceeding quota
14688Fishing for smelt in the specified waters during specified close time250
14790Fishing for striped bass by a prohibited method500
14891(a)Fishing for striped bass in specified waters during specified yearly close time250
14991(b)Fishing for striped bass in the specified waters with a bow net during the specified weekly close time250
15092Fishing for striped bass with a bow net that has a mesh size of less than 127 mm200
15193(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters using specified methods more striped bass than the specified quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
15293(b)Catching and retaining from the specified waters any striped bass less than the specified minimum length or more than the specified maximum length200 plus 100 per fish less than minimum length or more than maximum length
15394Fishing for sturgeon by a prohibited method500
15495Fishing for sturgeon in the specified waters during specified close time250
15596Fishing for sturgeon with a gill net that has a mesh size of less than 330 mm200
15697
  • (a) Catching and retaining a sturgeon that is less than the specified length

200 plus 100 per fish less than specified length
  • (b) Possessing a sturgeon that is less than the specified length

200 plus 100 per fish less than specified length
15799Fishing for tomcod by a prohibited method500
158100Fishing for tomcod with gear that has a mesh size of less than 31 mm200
159101Fishing for tomcod with a bag net or box net having a leader that is more than 31 m in length200
160102Fishing for tomcod in the inland or tidal waters of Prince Edward Island with a bag net that has a leader200
161103Fishing for tomcod in the specified waters during specified close time250
162105Fishing for trout by a prohibited method500
163106Fishing for trout in the specified waters during specified close time250
164107(1)(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more trout of a specified species than the specified quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
165107(1)(b)Catching and retaining from the specified waters trout of a specified species less than the specified minimum length or more than the specified maximum length200 plus 100 per fish less than minimum length or more than maximum length
166107(2)(a)Catching and retaining in any day from any combination of the specified waters more trout than the specified aggregate quota 200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
167107(2)(b)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more trout than the specified aggregate quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
168107.11Fishing for whitefish by a prohibited method500
169107.12Fishing for whitefish in the specified waters during specified close time250
170107.13(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more whitefish than the specified quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
171107.13(b)Catching and retaining from the specified waters any whitefish less than the specified minimum length or more than the specified maximum length200 plus 100 per fish less than minimum length or more than maximum length
172107.21Fishing for white perch by a prohibited method500
173107.22Fishing for white perch in the specified waters during specified close time250
174107.23(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more white perch than the specified quota200
175107.23(b)Catching and retaining from the specified waters any white perch less than the specified minimum length or more than the specified maximum length200
176107.31Fishing for yellow perch by a prohibited method500
177107.32Fishing for yellow perch in the specified waters during specified close time250
178107.33(a)Catching and retaining in any day from the specified waters more yellow perch than the specified quota200
179107.33(b)Catching and retaining in the specified waters any yellow perch less than the specified minimum length or more than the specified maximum length200
180109Fishing other than through a man-made hole in the ice or from shore through a natural opening in the ice200
181110(1)Fishing with more than five set lines200 plus 50 per line exceeding limit
182110(2)
  • (a) Leaving set fishing lines unattended

200
  • (b) Failing to maintain an unobstructed view of set fishing lines

200
183111Fishing during the specified period250
184112Fishing in Lac Baker, Madawaska County, on the specified days250
185113Fishing during the specified period200
186114(1)(a)Catching and retaining in any day more fish of a specified species than the specified quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
187114(1)(b)Catching and retaining fish of a specified species less than the specified minimum length200 plus 100 per fish less than minimum length
188114(2)Catching and retaining in any day more sport fish and striped bass than the specified aggregate quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
189115(a)Fishing in Nictau Lake, Restigouche County, with more than one set line200 plus 50 per line exceeding limit
190115(b)Fishing in Nictau Lake, Restigouche County, using fish as bait200
191115(c)Catching and retaining in Nictau Lake, Restigouche County, any landlocked salmon less than the specified minimum length or more than specified maximum length200 plus 100 per fish less than minimum length or more than maximum length
192115(d)Catching and retaining in Nictau Lake, Restigouche County, any brook trout less than specified minimum length200 plus 100 per fish less than the minimum length
193115(e)Catching and retaining in any day in Nictau Lake, Restigouche County, more landlocked salmon than the specified quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
194115(f)Continuing to fish in Nictau Lake, Restigouche County, on any day after catching and retaining the specified quota of sport fish200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
195117(1)(a)Fishing for sport fish or whitefish by a prohibited method500
196117(1)(b)Fishing for smelt by a prohibited method500
197118(1)Fishing with more than five set lines200 plus 50 per line exceeding limit
198118(2)
  • (a) Leaving set fishing lines unattended

200
  • (b) Failing to maintain an unobstructed view of set fishing lines

200
199119(1)Fishing during the specified period250
200119(3)Fishing during the specified hours of the specified period200
201120(1)Catching and retaining in any day during the specified period more fish of a specified species than the specified quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
202120(2)Catching and retaining in any day during the specified period more sport fish than the specified aggregate quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
203120(3)Catching and retaining in any day during the specified period more fish of a specified species than the specified quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
204120(4)Catching and retaining in any day during the specified period more sport fish than the specified aggregate quota200 plus 100 per fish exceeding quota
205121Catching and retaining a fish of a specified species less than the specified minimum length200 plus 100 per fish less than minimum length

PART II

Ontario Fishery Regulations, 2007

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of the Ontario Fishery Regulations, 2007Short-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)(a)Fishing without a licence125
23(1)(b)
  • (a) Shipping live fish, other than baitfish, without a licence

200
  • (b) Transporting live fish, other than baitfish, without a licence

200
  • (c) Attempting to ship live fish, other than baitfish, without a licence

200
  • (d) Attempting to transport live fish, other than baitfish, without a licence

200
33(1)(c)
  • (a) Depositing into a body of water, without a licence, live fish that were caught elsewhere

300
  • (b) Attempting to deposit into a body of water, without a licence, live fish that were caught elsewhere

250
44(2)Failing to comply with terms and conditions in a licence200
55(a)Bringing crayfish or salamanders into Ontario for use as bait250
65(b)Bringing live fish or leeches into Ontario for use as bait250
76(1)Possessing, transporting or releasing members of an invasive species without a licence250
88(1)Fishing in a fish sanctuary during close time250
99(1)(a)Fishing with a hook so as to pierce or hook a fish other than in the mouth200
109(1)(b)Fishing with a gaff200
119(1)(c)Fishing with a snare200
129(1)(d)Fishing with a snagger200
139(1)(e)Fishing with a spear gun200
1410(1)Possessing specified equipment in any waters or within 30 m of any water’s edge200
1510(2)Possessing a spear for fishing in any waters or within 30 m of any water’s edge200
1611Using an artificial light to attract fish200
1715
  • (a) Angling for fish during close time

200
  • (b) Catching by angling and retaining fish during close time

200 plus 50 per fish
1816(a)
  • (a) Catching and retaining more than sport fishing licence specified quota of fish

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
  • (b) Possessing more than sport fishing licence specified quota of fish

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
  • (c) Catching and retaining fish of a prohibited size under a sport fishing licence

100 plus 50 per fish
  • (d) Possessing fish of a prohibited size under a sport fishing licence

100 plus 50 per fish
1916(b)
  • (a) Catching and retaining more than conservation fishing licence specified quota of fish

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
  • (b) Possessing more than conservation fishing licence specified quota of fish

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
  • (c) Catching and retaining fish of a prohibited size under a conservation fishing licence

100 plus 50 per fish
  • (d) Possessing fish of a prohibited size under a conservation fishing licence

100 plus 50 per fish
2017Possessing more than specified limit of fish from all zones100 plus 50 per fish exceeding limit
2118(a)
  • (a) Catching and retaining more than 5 trout or salmon in the aggregate under a sport fishing licence

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
  • (b) Possessing more than 5 trout or salmon in the aggregate under a sport fishing licence

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
2218(b)
  • (a) Catching and retaining more than 2 trout or salmon in the aggregate under a conservation fishing licence

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
  • (b) Possessing more than 2 trout or salmon in the aggregate under a conservation fishing licence

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
2319
  • (a) Catching and retaining more than specified daily quota of fish under a specified licence

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
  • (b) Catching and retaining fish of a prohibited size under a specified licence

100 plus 50 per fish
2420(a)
  • (a) Non-resident catching and retaining more than specified daily quota of fish under a specified licence

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
  • (b) Non-resident catching and retaining fish of a prohibited size under a specified licence

100 plus 50 per fish
2520(b)(i)Non-resident catching and retaining more than 2 walleye or sauger in the aggregate100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
2620(b)(ii)Non-resident catching and retaining more than 2 walleye or sauger in the aggregate that are from different waters100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
2721
  • (a) Non-resident catching and retaining more than specified quota of fish under a specified licence

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
  • (b) Non-resident possessing more than specified quota of fish under a specified licence

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
  • (c) Non-resident catching and retaining fish of a prohibited size under a specified licence

100 plus 50 per fish
  • (d) Non-resident possessing fish of a prohibited size under a specified licence

100 plus 50 per fish
2825(1)Possessing live brook trout or live lake trout caught by angling50 plus 50 per fish
2926Possessing live fish, other than baitfish, caught by angling50 plus 50 per fish
3027(1)Non-resident possessing more fish on board a fishing vessel than specified quota100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
3129(1)
  • (a) Using as bait an invasive species or a live fish that is not baitfish

200
  • (b) Possessing for use as bait an invasive species or a live fish that is not baitfish

200
3229(2)(a)
  • (a) Using live baitfish as bait

200
  • (b) Possessing live baitfish for use as bait

200
3329(2)(c)(i)
  • (a) Using a fish as bait

200
  • (b) Possessing a fish for use as bait

200
3429(2)(c)(ii)
  • (a) Using a fish as bait during specified period

200
  • (b) Possessing a fish for use as bait during specified period

200
3529(2)(d)
  • (a) Using rainbow smelt as bait

200
  • (b) Possessing rainbow smelt for use as bait

200
3630Angling within 25 m of a pound net or cage in which fish are held for culture200
3731(1)Angling with a line having more than four hooks50 plus 50 per hook exceeding limit
3831(2)(a)Angling using a hook other than a barbless hook50
3931(2)(b)Angling using a line having more than one barbless hook50 plus 50 per hook exceeding limit
4031(3)(a)(i)Angling using a hook other than a barbless hook50
4131(3)(a)(ii)Angling using a hook other than a barbless hook during specified period50
4231(3)(b)Angling using anything other than an artificial lure200
4331(3)(c)Angling using anything other than an artificial lure while ice fishing200
4431(3)(d)Angling using anything other than an artificial fly200
4531(4)(a)Angling for lake trout using a hook other than a single barbless hook50
4631(4)(b)Angling for lake trout using a line having more than one barbless hook50 plus 50 per hook exceeding limit
4731(4)(c)Angling for lake trout using anything other than an artificial lure200
4831(5)(a)Angling using a hook other than a barbless hook50
4931(5)(b)Angling for lake trout in specified waters using a line having more than one barbless hook50 plus 50 per hook exceeding limit
5032Angling with more than permitted number of lines50 plus 50 per line exceeding limit
5133(a)Angler being more than 60 m from any hole in ice through which they are angling50
5233(b)Failing to maintain a clear and unobstructed view of a line used for angling through ice50
5334(1)Sport fishing between sunset and sunrise100
5435(1)(a)(i)Sport fishing using an oversized angular dip net100
5535(1)(a)(ii)Sport fishing using an oversized circular dip net100
5635(1)(b)Sport fishing using an oversized seine net100
5735(1)(c)Sport fishing using an oversized baitfish trap100
5835(1)(d)Sport fishing using more than one dip net, baitfish trap or seine net50 plus 50 per net or trap exceeding limit
5935(1)(e)Sport fishing using a baitfish trap that is not properly marked50
6035(2)(a)
  • (a) Catching and retaining more than specified quota of fish while sport fishing other than by angling

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
  • (b) Possessing more than specified quota of fish while sport fishing other than by angling

100 plus 50 per fish exceeding quota
6135(2)(b)Sport fishing, other than by angling, for listed species using gear other than specified gear200
6235(2)(c)
  • (a) Sport fishing, other than by angling, for listed species during close time

200
  • (b) Catching, by means other than angling, and retaining listed species during close time

200 plus 50 per fish
62.135(2)(d)
  • (a) Sport fishing, other than by angling, for listed species in waters not specified

200
  • (b) Catching, by means other than angling, and retaining listed species from waters not specified

200
62.235(2)(e)
  • (a) Sport fishing, other than by angling, for species not listed

200
  • (b) Catching, by means other than angling, and retaining species not listed

200
6336(1)(a)
  • (a) Catching and retaining more than specified quota of baitfish while sport fishing other than by angling

200
  • (b) Possessing more than specified quota of baitfish while sport fishing other than by angling

200
6436(1)(b)Sport fishing for baitfish not using specified gear200
6536(1)(c)Sport fishing other than by angling for baitfish during close time200
6636(2)
  • (a) Non-resident sport fishing for baitfish other than by angling

100
  • (b) Non-resident catching and retaining baitfish other than by angling

100
6737(1)
  • (a) Placing in waters while sport fishing a live holding box or impounding device that is not properly marked

100
  • (b) Using in waters while sport fishing a live holding box or impounding device that is not properly marked

100
6838(1)Using a stringer, impounding device or live holding box while sport fishing100
6939(1)
  • (a) Skinning fish so that species cannot easily be identified

100
  • (b) Skinning fish so that number cannot easily be counted

100
  • (c) Cutting fish so that species cannot easily be identified

100
  • (d) Cutting fish so that number cannot easily be counted

100
  • (e) Packing fish so that species cannot easily be identified

100
  • (f) Packing fish so that number cannot easily be counted

100
7039(2)
  • (a) Possessing fish that have been skinned so that species cannot easily be identified

100
  • (b) Possessing fish that have been skinned so that number cannot easily be counted

100
  • (c) Possessing fish that have been cut so that species cannot easily be identified

100
  • (d) Possessing fish that have been cut so that number cannot easily be counted

100
  • (e) Possessing fish that have been packed so that species cannot easily be identified

100
  • (f) Possessing fish that have been packed so that number cannot easily be counted

100
7139(3)Failing to keep fish in a manner that allows size to be easily measured100
7240(a)Commercial fishing for baitfish using an oversized angular dip net150
7340(b)Commercial fishing for baitfish using an oversized circular dip net150
7441(1)Commercial fishing for baitfish using a baitfish trap that is not properly marked100
7541(2)
  • (a) Holder of a commercial fishing licence placing a live holding box or impounding device that is not properly marked

100
  • (b) Holder of a commercial baitfishing licence placing a live holding box or impounding device that is not properly marked

100
  • (c) Holder of a commercial fishing licence using a live holding box or impounding device that is not properly marked

100
  • (d) Holder of a commercial baitfishing licence using a live holding box or impounding device that is not properly marked

100
7642
  • (a) Holder of a commercial fishing licence setting a hookline or net that does not meet the specified requirements

200
  • (b) Holder of a commercial fishing licence using a hookline or net that does not meet the specified requirements

200
  • SOR/2003-416, s. 1
  • SOR/2005-111, s. 2
  • SOR/2007-57, ss. 1 to 3
  • SOR/2007-62, s. 2(F)
  • SOR/2009-166, s. 1
  • SOR/2012-198, s. 1
  • SOR/2015-159, ss. 1(F), 2(E), 3(E), 4, 5(F), 6(F)
  • SOR/2016-299, ss. 8, 9

SCHEDULE III(Sections 1 to 3)Government Property Traffic Act

PART I

Airport Traffic Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Airport Traffic RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
15(1)(a)
  • (a) Operate a motor vehicle without required licence

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operate a motor vehicle without required permit

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
25(1)(b)
  • (a) Operate an unregistered motor vehicle

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operate an improperly equipped motor vehicle

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
36(1)Operate a motor vehicle in contravention of provincial or municipal lawAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
49Failure to obey traffic sign or device75
510(a)Drive motor vehicle off the road25
610(b)Drive over-snow vehicle without permission25
711(1)Failure to comply with traffic directions75
812(a)Failure to produce permit on demand25
912(b)Failure to produce driver’s licence or permit on demand25
1012(c)Failure to produce certificate of registration on demand25
1113(a)Failure to report accident forthwith100
1213(b)Failure to report accident where Crown property damaged100
1314(a)
  • (a) Operate motor vehicle on apron without permission

50
  • (b) Parking motor vehicle on apron without permission

50
1414(b)
  • (a) Operate motor vehicle in restricted area without valid identification

50
  • (b) Parking motor vehicle in restricted area without valid identification

50
1515
  • (a) Failure to acknowledge instructions of apron traffic control unit

100
  • (b) Failure to obey instructions of apron traffic control unit

100
1616 and 40(1)(a)(i)Parking where prohibited by sign at Schedule I airport25
1716 and 40(1)(a)(ii)Parking where prohibited by sign at Schedule II (asterisked) airport15
1816 and 40(1)(a)(iii)Parking where prohibited by sign at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport10
1917 and 40(1)(g)(i)
  • (a) Parking on grass at Schedule I airport

25
  • (b) Parking in area not intended for motor vehicles at Schedule I airport

25
2017 and 40(1)(g)(ii)
  • (a) Parking on grass at Schedule II (asterisked) airport

15
  • (b) Parking in area not intended for motor vehicles at Schedule II (asterisked) airport

15
2117 and 40(1)(g)(iii)
  • (a) Parking on grass at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport

10
  • (b) Parking in area not intended for motor vehicles at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport

10
2218 and 40(1)(b)(i)Parking in loading area at Schedule I airport30
2318 and 40(1)(b)(ii)Parking in loading area at Schedule II (asterisked) airport20
2418 and 40(1)(b)(iii)Parking in loading area at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport15
2519 and 40(1)(g)(i)Load passengers in commercial passenger vehicle in undesignated area at Schedule I airport25
2619 and 40(1)(g)(ii)Load passengers in commercial passenger vehicle in undesignated area at Schedule II (asterisked) airport15
2719 and 40(1)(g)(iii)Load passengers in commercial passenger vehicle in undesignated area at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport10
2819 and 40(1)(g)(i)Unload passengers in commercial passenger vehicle in undesignated area at Schedule I airport25
2919 and 40(1)(g)(ii)Unload passengers in commercial passenger vehicle in undesignated area at Schedule II (asterisked) airport15
3019 and 40(1)(g)(iii)Unload passengers in commercial passenger vehicle in undesignated area at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport10
3120(b) and 40(1)(c)(i)Parking in designated reserved area without displaying permit at Schedule I airport25
3220(b) and 40(1)(c)(ii)Parking in designated reserved area without displaying permit at Schedule II (asterisked) airport15
3320(b) and 40(1)(c)(iii)Parking in designated reserved area without displaying permit at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport10
3420(c) and 40(1)(c)(i)Parking contrary to terms of permit at Schedule I airport25
3520(c) and 40(1)(c)(ii)Parking contrary to terms of permit at Schedule II (asterisked) airport15
3620(c) and 40(1)(c)(iii)Parking contrary to terms of permit at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport10
3721 and 40(1)(d)(i)Parking in excess of time indicated by sign at Schedule I airport15
3821 and 40(1)(d)(ii)Parking in excess of time indicated by sign at Schedule II (asterisked) airport10
3921 and 40(1)(d)(iii)Parking in excess of time indicated by sign at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport5
4022 and 40(1)(g)(i)Parking during prohibited hours at Schedule I airport25
4122 and 40(1)(g)(ii)Parking during prohibited hours at Schedule II (asterisked) airport15
4222 and 40(1)(g)(iii)Parking during prohibited hours at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport10
4323 and 40(1)(g)(i)Failure to pay parking fee at Schedule I airport25
4423 and 40(1)(g)(ii)Failure to pay parking fee at Schedule II (asterisked) airport15
4523 and 40(1)(g)(iii)Failure to pay parking fee at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport10
4624 and 40(1)(d)(i)Parking in excess of paid time in pay-in-advance parking area at Schedule I airport15
4724 and 40(1)(d)(ii)Parking in excess of paid time in pay-in-advance parking area at Schedule II (asterisked) airport10
4824 and 40(1)(d)(iii)Parking in excess of paid time in pay-in-advance parking area at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport5
4925(1)Parking in area reserved for handicapped50
5025(2)Parking in reserved area25
5126 and 40(1)(e)(i)Parking in a manner that obstructs traffic at Schedule I airport30
5226 and 40(1)(e)(ii)Parking in a manner that obstructs traffic at Schedule II (asterisked) airport20
5326 and 40(1)(e)(iii)Parking in a manner that obstructs traffic at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport15
5427 and 40(1)(g)(i)Parking other than wholly within parking space at Schedule I airport25
5527 and 40(1)(g)(ii)Parking other than wholly within parking space at Schedule II (asterisked) airport15
5627 and 40(1)(g)(iii)Parking other than wholly within parking space at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport10
5728 and 40(1)(g)(i)Failure to pay fee for each space occupied by vehicle at Schedule I airport25
5828 and 40(1)(g)(ii)Failure to pay fee for each space occupied by vehicle at Schedule II (asterisked) airport15
5928 and 40(1)(g)(iii)Failure to pay fee for each space occupied by vehicle at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport10
6029(1) and 40(1)(g)(i)Parking oversized vehicle in other than designated area at Schedule I airport25
6129(1) and 40(1)(g)(ii)Parking oversized vehicle in other than designated area at Schedule II (asterisked) airport15
6229(1) and 40(1)(g)(iii)Parking oversized vehicle in other than designated area at Schedule II (non-asterisked) airport10
6333SpeedingAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
6434Drive on apron in excess of 25 km/h (15 mph)50
6535
  • (a) Drive dangerously on apron

400
  • (b) Drive dangerously on manoeuvring area

400
6637Allow animal to be at large50
6741
  • (a) Enter restricted area without valid identification

50
  • (b) Remain in restricted area without valid identification

50
6843
  • (a) Failure to cross road within cross-walk

20
  • (b) Failure to cross apron within cross-walk

20
6944
  • (a) Failure to use sidewalk

20
  • (b) Failure to use path

20
7045Failure to walk on left side or shoulder of road20
7146Obstruct apron traffic50
7247Failure to yield right-of-way75
7348
  • (a) Failure to obey traffic sign or device

75
  • (b) Failure to comply with traffic directions of constable

75
7449(a)(i)
  • (a) Smoke on apron

75
  • (b) Smoke in an area contiguous to apron

75
  • (c) Carry or deposit lighted tobacco products or lighted matches on apron

75
  • (d) Carry or deposit lighted tobacco products or lighted matches in an area contiguous to apron

75
  • (e) Carry naked flame on apron

75
  • (f) Carry naked flame in an area contiguous to apron

75
74.149(a)(ii)
  • (a) Smoke in an area where smoking is prohibited by a sign

75
  • (b) Carry or deposit lighted tobacco products or lighted matches in an area where smoking is prohibited by a sign

75
  • (c) Carry naked flame in an area where smoking is prohibited by a sign

75
74.249(a)(iii)
  • (a) Smoke under circumstances that may or might be likely to endanger persons or property

75
  • (b) Carry or deposit lighted tobacco products or lighted matches under circumstances that may or might be likely to endanger persons or property

75
  • (c) Carry naked flame under circumstances that may or might be likely to endanger persons or property

75
7549(b)
  • (a) Throw on a road material that may damage an aircraft or a motor vehicle

20
  • (b) Throw on an apron material that may damage an aircraft or a motor vehicle

20
  • (c) Throw on a manoeuvring area material that may damage an aircraft or a motor vehicle

20
  • (d) Deposit on a road material that may damage an aircraft or a motor vehicle

20
  • (e) Deposit on an apron material that may damage an aircraft or a motor vehicle

20
  • (f) Deposit on a manoeuvring area material that may damage an aircraft or a motor vehicle

20
  • (g) Knowingly leave on a road material that may damage an aircraft or a motor vehicle

20
  • (h) Knowingly leave on an apron material that may damage an aircraft or a motor vehicle

20
  • (i) Knowingly leave on a manoeuvring area material that may damage an aircraft or a motor vehicle

20
7649(c)
  • (a) Throw on an airport any form of trash or garbage except in containers provided for that purpose

20
  • (b) Deposit on an airport any form of trash or garbage except in containers provided for that purpose

20
  • (c) Knowingly leave on an airport any form of trash or garbage except in containers provided for that purpose

20
7754Operate unregistered equipment100
7865(a)(i)Failure to maintain continuous watch on radio frequencies designated for apron communications200
7965(a)(ii)Failure to maintain watch for visual instructions from apron traffic control unit200
8065(b)Failure to observe other apron traffic200
8166Operate an aircraft dangerously400
8267(1)
  • (a) Move aircraft contrary to clearance or instructions

100
  • (b) Park aircraft contrary to clearance or instructions

100
8367(2)Failure to acknowledge clearance or instructions100
8468Park aircraft beyond the time limit100
8569(2)Failure to comply with airport manager’s instructions or orders100

PART II

Government Property Traffic Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Government Property Traffic RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
15(1)(a)
  • (a) Operating a vehicle without required licence

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operating a vehicle without required permit

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
25(1)(b)
  • (a) Operating an unregistered vehicle

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operating an improperly equipped vehicle

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
2.15(2)(a)
  • (a) Operating a vehicle on South Klondike Highway without required licence

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the Yukon Territory, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operating a vehicle on South Klondike Highway without required permit

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the Yukon Territory, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
2.25(2)(b)
  • (a) Operating an unregistered vehicle on South Klondike Highway

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the Yukon Territory, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operating an improperly equipped vehicle on South Klondike Highway

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the Yukon Territory, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
2.35(3)(a)
  • (a) Operating a vehicle on the Confederation Bridge without required licence

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the province of Prince Edward Island, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operating a vehicle on the Confederation Bridge without required permit

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the province of Prince Edward Island, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
2.45(3)(b)
  • (a) Operating an unregistered vehicle on the Confederation Bridge

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the province of Prince Edward Island, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operating an improperly equipped vehicle on the Confederation Bridge

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the province of Prince Edward Island, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
36(1)Operating a vehicle in contravention of provincial or municipal lawAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
3.16(2)Operating a vehicle on South Klondike Highway in contravention of Yukon lawsAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the Yukon Territory, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
3.26(3)Operating a vehicle on the Confederation Bridge in contravention of Prince Edward Island lawsAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the province of Prince Edward Island, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
49
  • (a) Failure to obey traffic sign

50
  • (b) Failure to obey traffic device

50
511Failure to comply with directions of constable50
612(a)Failure to produce permit50
712(b)
  • (a) Failure to produce driver’s licence

50
  • (b) Failure to produce driver’s permit

50
812(c)Failure to produce vehicle registration50
8.113(1)Failure to report accident forthwith as required by the laws of the province in which the accident occurredAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
8.213(2)Failure to report accident on South Klondike Highway forthwith as required by the laws of the Yukon TerritoryAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the Yukon Territory, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
8.313(2.1)Failure to report accident on Confederation Bridge forthwith as required by the laws of the province of Prince Edward IslandAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the province of Prince Edward Island, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
8.413(3)Failure to report accident forthwith where property of Her Majesty damaged100
914Parking in prohibited area25
1015
  • (a) Parking without a permit

25
  • (b) Failure to expose attached parking label on vehicle

25
  • (c) Failure to display parking label in accordance with permit

25
1116Parking for longer than indicated on sign25
1217(1)Parking in an area reserved for a class of persons, other than disabled persons25
12.117(2)Parking in an area reserved for disabled persons without required permit50
1320SpeedingAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500

PART III

Traffic on the Land Side of Airports Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Traffic on the Land Side of Airports RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
15SpeedingAn amount equal to the fine for an offence under the equivalent law of the province or municipality in which the airport is located, if the offence is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of 500
26(a)Operating a vehicle without required licence, permit or certificateAn amount equal to the fine for an offence under the equivalent law of the province or municipality in which the airport is located, if the offence is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of 500
36(b)
  • (a) Operating an unregistered vehicle

An amount equal to the fine for an offence under the equivalent law of the province or municipality in which the airport is located, if the offence is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of 500
  • (b) Operating an improperly equipped vehicle

An amount equal to the fine for an offence under the equivalent law of the province or municipality in which the airport is located, if the offence is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of 500
47(1)Operating a vehicle elsewhere than on a road or in a parking area75
58(1)(a)Failing to obey instructions displayed on a traffic sign75
68(1)(b)Failing to obey instructions given by an enforcement officer75
78(3)Operating a vehicle in contravention of provincial or municipal lawAn amount equal to the fine for the offence under the law of the province or municipality in which the airport is located, if the offence is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of 500
89(1)(a)Parking outside a parking areain the case of a Schedule 1 airport — 30; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 1 — 40; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 2 — 50
99(1)(b)Stopping a vehicle outside a parking areain the case of a Schedule 1 airport — 30; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 1 — 40; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 2 — 50
109(2)
  • (a) Parking in a manner that obstructs traffic

in the case of a Schedule 1 airport — 40; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 1 — 50; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 2 — 75
  • (b) Stopping a vehicle in a manner that obstructs traffic

in the case of a Schedule 1 airport — 40; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 1 — 50; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 2 — 75
1111
  • (a) Parking in a reserved parking area without a permit

in the case of a Schedule 1 airport — 30; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 1 — 40; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 2 — 50
  • (b) Parking in a reserved parking area contrary to the permit

in the case of a Schedule 1 airport — 30; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 1 — 40; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 2 — 50
1212(1)Parking so as to occupy more than one parking spacein the case of a Schedule 1 airport — 30; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 1 — 40; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 2 — 50
1312(2)(a)Parking during prohibited hoursin the case of a Schedule 1 airport — 30; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 1 — 40; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 2 — 50
1412(2)(b)
  • (a) Parking for a period greater than period indicated on sign

in the case of a Schedule 1 airport — 30; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 1 — 40; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 2 — 50
  • (b) Parking for a period greater than period paid for

in the case of a Schedule 1 airport — 30; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 1 — 40; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 2 — 50
1512(3)(a)Parking in a parking area reserved for specified persons or vehiclesin the case of a Schedule 1 airport — 30; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 1 — 40; in the case of a Schedule 2 airport in parking fine category 2 — 50
1612(3)(b)Parking in a parking area reserved for persons with disabilities100
1713Failing to produce a permit, licence or certificate at the request of an enforcement officer50
1814Failing to report an accident involving a vehicle as required by provincial or municipal lawAn amount equal to the fine for the offence under the law of the province or municipality in which the airport is located, if the offence is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of 500
1916(1)(a)Pedestrian or person using a wheelchair or similar device failing to obey instructions displayed on a sign50
2016(1)(b)Pedestrian or person using a wheelchair or similar device failing to obey instructions given by an enforcement officer50
2117(a)Pedestrian or person using a wheelchair or similar device failing to use sidewalk, marked portion of road or designated area50
2217(b)Pedestrian or person using a wheelchair or similar device failing to use shoulder of the road and face oncoming traffic50
2318Pedestrian or person using a wheelchair or similar device failing to yield right-of-way to vehicles50
2419(1)Permitting an animal to be at large50
2520
  • (a) Throwing trash or garbage other than in a garbage container

75
  • (b) Depositing trash or garbage other than in a garbage container

75
  • (c) Leaving trash or garbage other than in a garbage container

75
  • SOR/97-161, ss. 4(F), 5 to 8
  • SOR/97-541, s. 1
  • SOR/2000-381, s. 9
  • SOR/2006-121, s. 1

SCHEDULE III.01(Sections 1 to 3)Migratory Birds Convention Act, 1994

PART I

Migratory Birds Convention Act, 1994

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Migratory Birds Convention Act, 1994Short-Form DescriptionFine ($)
15(a)
  • (a) Unlawfully possess a migratory bird

200 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (b) Unlawfully possess a migratory bird’s nest

200 plus 50 per additional nest
25(b)
  • (a) Unlawfully buy a migratory bird

300 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (b) Unlawfully sell a migratory bird

300 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (c) Unlawfully exchange a migratory bird

300 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (d) Unlawfully give a migratory bird

300 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (e) Unlawfully make a migratory bird the subject of a commercial transaction

300 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (f) Unlawfully buy a migratory bird’s nest

300 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (g) Unlawfully sell a migratory bird’s nest

300 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (h) Unlawfully exchange a migratory bird’s nest

300 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (i) Unlawfully give a migratory bird’s nest

300 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (j) Unlawfully make a migratory bird’s nest the subject of a commercial transaction

300 plus 50 per additional nest
36(6)
  • (a) Knowingly make a false statement to a game officer

300
  • (b) Knowingly make a misleading statement to a game officer

300
  • (c) Wilfully obstruct a game officer

300

PART II

Migratory Birds Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Migratory Birds RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
14(2)(b)Fail to affix habitat conservation stamp on permit100
24(3)Fail to furnish Minister with information related to permit100
34(5)Fail to comply with condition of permit150
44(6)(a)(i)Fail to have migratory game bird hunting permit while hunting100
54(6)(a)(ii)Fail to have migratory game bird hunting permit while in possession of a migratory game bird100
64(6)(b)Fail to show migratory game bird hunting permit to game officer on request100
74(10)Fail to make required report within 30 days of expiration of permit200
84(11)(a)(i)
  • (a) Fail to have scientific or special permit when attempting to take a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (b) Fail to have scientific or special permit when attempting to take a migratory bird’s nest

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (c) Fail to have scientific or special permit when attempting to take a migratory bird’s egg

150 plus 50 per additional egg
94(11)(a)(ii)
  • (a) Fail to have scientific or special permit when in possession of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (b) Fail to have scientific or special permit when in possession of a migratory bird’s nest

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (c) Fail to have scientific or special permit when in possession of a migratory bird’s egg

150 plus 50 per additional egg
104(11)(b)Fail to show scientific or special permit to game officer on request100
115(1)Hunt a migratory bird without a permit200 plus 50 per additional bird
125(3)Hunt a migratory game bird without a permit200 plus 50 per additional bird
135(4)Hunt a migratory bird in prescribed area during a closed season200 plus 50 per additional bird
145(9)Hunt unlawfully in a migratory bird sanctuary500
156(a)
  • (a) Unlawfully disturb a migratory bird’s nest

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (b) Unlawfully disturb a migratory bird’s egg

150 plus 50 per additional egg
  • (c) Unlawfully disturb a migratory bird’s nest shelter

150 plus 50 per additional shelter
  • (d) Unlawfully disturb a migratory bird’s eider duck shelter

150 plus 50 per additional shelter
  • (e) Unlawfully disturb a migratory bird’s duck box

150 plus 50 per additional box
  • (f) Unlawfully destroy a migratory bird’s nest

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (g) Unlawfully destroy a migratory bird’s egg

150 plus 50 per additional egg
  • (h) Unlawfully destroy a migratory bird’s nest shelter

150 plus 50 per additional shelter
  • (i) Unlawfully destroy a migratory bird’s eider duck shelter

150 plus 50 per additional shelter
  • (j) Unlawfully destroy a migratory bird’s duck box

150 plus 50 per additional box
  • (k) Unlawfully take a migratory bird’s nest

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (l) Unlawfully take a migratory bird’s egg

150 plus 50 per additional egg
  • (m) Unlawfully take a migratory bird’s nest shelter

150 plus 50 per additional shelter
  • (n) Unlawfully take a migratory bird’s eider duck shelter

150 plus 50 per additional shelter
  • (o) Unlawfully take a migratory bird’s duck box

150 plus 50 per additional box
166(b)
  • (a) Unlawfully possess a live migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (b) Unlawfully possess a migratory bird carcass

150 plus 50 per additional carcass
  • (c) Unlawfully possess a migratory bird skin

150 plus 50 per additional skin
  • (d) Unlawfully possess a migratory bird nest

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (e) Unlawfully possess a migratory bird egg

150 plus 50 per additional egg
177Exceed the daily bag limit of migratory birds200 plus 50 per bird over limit
188Exceed highest daily bag limit of migratory birds200 plus 50 per bird over limit
199Hunt migratory game bird after killing the permitted number200 plus 50 per bird over permitted number
2010(1)Possess on first day of open season carcasses of migratory birds in excess of daily bag limit200 plus 50 per carcass over limit
2110(2)Possess carcasses of migratory birds of any species in excess of possession limit200 plus 50 per carcass over limit
2210(3)
  • (a) Possess, without required tag, migratory game bird carcass belonging to another person

100 plus 50 per additional carcass
  • (b) Possess, without required tag, migratory game bird carcass taken by another person

100 plus 50 per additional carcass
2311(1)
  • (a) Possess a migratory bird without at least one fully feathered wing attached

100 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (b) Transport a migratory bird without at least one fully feathered wing attached

100 plus 50 per additional bird
2412(1)
  • (a) Unlawfully sell migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (b) Unlawfully expose for sale migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (c) Unlawfully offer for sale migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (d) Unlawfully trade migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (e) Unlawfully barter migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (f) Unlawfully buy migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (g) Unlawfully sell the egg of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional egg
  • (h) Unlawfully expose for sale the egg of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional egg
  • (i) Unlawfully offer for sale the egg of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional egg
  • (j) Unlawfully trade the egg of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional egg
  • (k) Unlawfully barter the egg of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional egg
  • (l) Unlawfully buy the egg of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional egg
  • (m) Unlawfully sell the nest of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (n) Unlawfully expose for sale the nest of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (o) Unlawfully offer for sale the nest of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (p) Unlawfully trade the nest of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (q) Unlawfully barter the nest of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (r) Unlawfully buy the nest of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional nest
  • (s) Unlawfully sell the carcass of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional carcass
  • (t) Unlawfully expose for sale the carcass of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional carcass
  • (u) Unlawfully offer for sale the carcass of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional carcass
  • (v) Unlawfully trade the carcass of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional carcass
  • (w) Unlawfully barter the carcass of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional carcass
  • (x) Unlawfully buy the carcass of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional carcass
  • (y) Unlawfully sell the skin of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional skin
  • (z) Unlawfully expose for sale the skin of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional skin
  • (z.1) Unlawfully offer for sale the skin of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional skin
  • (z.2) Unlawfully trade the skin of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional skin
  • (z.3) Unlawfully barter the skin of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional skin
  • (z.4) Unlawfully buy the skin of a migratory bird

150 plus 50 per additional skin
2512.1(2)
  • (a) Unlawfully purchase the feathers of migratory birds

150
  • (b) Unlawfully sell the feathers of migratory birds

150
  • (c) Unlawfully barter the feathers of migratory birds

150
  • (d) Unlawfully offer to purchase the feathers of migratory birds

150
  • (e) Unlawfully offer to sell the feathers of migratory birds

150
  • (f) Unlawfully offer to barter the feathers of migratory birds

150
2613(1)
  • (a) Ship a migratory bird in an improperly marked package or container

150
  • (b) Transport a migratory bird in an improperly marked package or container

150
  • (c) Offer for shipment a migratory bird in an improperly marked package or container

150
  • (d) Offer for transport a migratory bird in an improperly marked package or container

150
  • (e) Ship a migratory bird’s nest in an improperly marked package or container

150
  • (f) Transport a migratory bird’s nest in an improperly marked package or container

150
  • (g) Offer for shipment a migratory bird’s nest in an improperly marked package or container

150
  • (h) Offer for transport a migratory bird’s nest in an improperly marked package or container

150
  • (i) Ship a migratory bird’s egg in an improperly marked package or container

150
  • (j) Transport a migratory bird’s egg in an improperly marked package or container

150
  • (k) Offer for shipment a migratory bird’s egg in an improperly marked package or container

150
  • (l) Offer for transport a migratory bird’s egg in an improperly marked package or container

150
2713(2)
  • (a) Ship carcass of migratory bird not taken during the open season

150
  • (b) Transport carcass of migratory bird not taken during the open season

150
  • (c) Ship carcass of migratory bird taken in excess of the number specified

150
  • (d) Transport carcass of migratory bird taken in excess of the number specified

150
2814(1)Hunt migratory game bird within 400 m of bait250
2914(3)
  • (a) Deposit bait during the prohibited period without obtaining, at least 30 days prior, written consent of every landowner of land located within 400 m

250
  • (b) Deposit bait during the prohibited period without obtaining, at least 30 days prior, written consent of every lessee of land within 400 m

250
  • (c) Deposit bait during the prohibited period without obtaining, at least 30 days prior, written consent of every tenant of land within 400 m

250
  • (d) Deposit bait during the prohibited period without obtaining, at least 30 days prior, written consent of the Regional Director

250
  • (e) Deposit bait during the prohibited period without obtaining, at least 30 days prior, written consent of the chief game officer or other authorized game officer

250
  • (f) Deposit bait during the prohibited period without posting, at least 30 days prior, satisfactory signs in designated location

250
3015(1)(a)Hunt a migratory bird with shotgun larger than 10 gauge200
3115(1)(b)Hunt a migratory bird by the use or aid of live bird200
3215(1)(c)Hunt a migratory bird by the use or aid of recorded bird calls200
3315(1)(d)Hunt a migratory bird with an unplugged shotgun200
3415(1)(e)
  • (a) Hunt a migratory bird from an aircraft

200
  • (b) Hunt a migratory bird from a sailboat

200
  • (c) Hunt a migratory bird from a power boat

200
  • (d) Hunt a migratory bird from a motorized vehicle

200
  • (e) Hunt a migratory bird from a vehicle to which a draught animal is attached

200
34.115.1(1)(a)Possess, for the purpose of hunting a migratory game bird, shot other than non-toxic shot200
34.215.1(1)(b)Hunt a migratory game bird by the use of shot other than non-toxic shot200
3515(2)Have more than one loaded shotgun while hunting migratory birds200
3615(3)Hunt a migratory bird using a rifle or shotgun loaded with a single bullet200
3716(1)Hunt a migratory bird without adequate means of retrieval of birds killed, crippled or injured200
3816(1.1)(a)Fail to immediately make every reasonable effort to retrieve a killed, crippled or injured migratory bird200
3916(1.1)(b)
  • (a) Fail to immediately kill a retrieved crippled or injured migratory bird

200
  • (b) Fail to include in daily bag limit a migratory bird that has been retrieved and killed

200
4017(a)Hunt a migratory bird north of the 60th north parallel during the prohibited time200
4117(b)Hunt a migratory bird south of the 60th north parallel during the prohibited time200
4219(3)(a)Fail to make required report within 30 days from expiration of scientific permit200
4319(3)(b)Fail to keep required record during the currency of scientific permit200
4419(3)(c)Fail to provide information required by Minister100
4519(4)Fail to dispose of birds that are dead as a result of banding operations in accordance with conditions of scientific permit150
4620(1)(a)
  • (a) Unlawfully buy live migratory bird or its egg for avicultural purposes

150 plus 50 per additional bird or egg
  • (b) Unlawfully sell live migratory bird or its egg for avicultural purposes

150 plus 50 per additional bird or egg
  • (c) Unlawfully possess live migratory bird or its egg for avicultural purposes

150 plus 50 per additional bird or egg
  • (d) Unlawfully transport live migratory bird or its egg for avicultural purposes

150 plus 50 per additional bird or egg
4720(1)(b)Unlawfully take migratory bird or its egg from the wild for avicultural purposes200 plus 100 per additional bird or egg
4820(1)(c)
  • (a) Kill migratory bird bought pursuant to avicultural permit

150
  • (b) Kill migratory bird sold pursuant to avicultural permit

150
  • (c) Kill migratory bird taken pursuant to avicultural permit

150
  • (d) Kill migratory bird possessed pursuant to avicultural permit

150
  • (e) Kill migratory bird transported pursuant to avicultural permit

150
4920(3)(a)Fail to keep correct books and records150
5020(3)(b)Fail to make required yearly report150
5120(4)Release into the wild, without Minister’s authorization, a migratory bird held under avicultural permit500
51.122300
300
300
5224(3)
  • (a) Kill migratory bird while scaring it

150 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (b) Wound migratory bird while scaring it

150 plus 50 per additional bird
  • (c) Take migratory bird while scaring it

150 plus 50 per additional bird
52.126(4)Fail to carry written nomination while hunting on the land of the holder of a permit100
52.226(5)(a)Fail to return, within the required period, cancelled or expired permit to the game officer or office that issued it150
52.326(5)(b)Fail to report to a game officer required information within the required period150
53[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 39]
5427(2)Use concealment device while acting under the authority of a permit200
5527(3)(a)Shoot migratory bird in prohibited area150 plus 50 per additional bird
5627(3)(b)Discharge firearm within 50 m of water area150
5727(5)Hunt in a lure crop area or a bait station area in closed season150
5827(6)Enter a lure crop area or a bait station area without written authorization of chief game officer or Regional Director150
5929Possess carcass of migratory bird without required permit300
6030
  • (a) Receive migratory bird or its egg without written statement from owner

150 plus 50 per additional bird or egg
  • (b) Accept migratory bird or its egg without written statement from owner

150 plus 50 per additional bird or egg
6131(1)Fail to keep required books and records150
6231(2)Fail to permit game officer to examine required books and records150
62.132(3)Fail to leave sufficient eiderdown in nest300
6333Introduce into Canada without written consent of Director a species of migratory bird not indigenous to Canada for purpose of sport, acclimatization or release from captivity300
6434
  • (a) Destroy a poster, notice or sign

150
  • (b) Tear down a poster, notice or sign

150
  • (c) Deface a poster, notice or sign

150
  • (d) Damage a poster, notice or sign

150
65[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 40]
6637(3)Hunt species for which a Ministerial notice prohibiting hunting has been given200

PART III

Migratory Birds Sanctuary Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Migratory Birds Sanctuary RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(2)(a)Hunt migratory birds without permit150
23(2)(b)
  • (a) Disturb nest of migratory bird without permit

150
  • (b) Destroy nest of migratory bird without permit

150
  • (c) Take nest of migratory bird without permit

150
33(2)(c)
  • (a) Possess live migratory bird without permit

150
  • (b) Possess carcass of migratory bird without permit

150
  • (c) Possess skin of migratory bird without permit

150
  • (d) Possess nest of migratory bird without permit

150
  • (e) Possess egg of migratory bird without permit

150
44(1)(a)Possess a firearm300
54(1)(b)Unlawfully possess hunting appliance300
65(1)
  • (a) Permit dog to run at large

200
  • (b) Permit cat to run at large

200
76
  • (a) Climb cliff on north or east side of Bonaventure Island during May to August inclusive

200
  • (b) Attempt to climb cliff on north or east side of Bonaventure Island during May to August inclusive

200
  • (c) Climb cliff on north or east side of Percé Rock during May to August inclusive

200
  • (d) Attempt to climb cliff on north or east side of Percé Rock during May to August inclusive

200
88Use, without permit, boat or other floating device equipped with means of propulsion other than sails or oars in Vaseux Lake Bird Sanctuary200
99(2)Fail to furnish requested information to Minister100
1010(1)
  • (a) Unlawfully carry on activity harmful to migratory birds

200
  • (b) Unlawfully carry on activity harmful to the eggs of migratory birds

200
  • (c) Unlawfully carry on activity harmful to the nests of migratory birds

200
  • (d) Unlawfully carry on activity harmful to the habitat of migratory birds

200
  • SOR/97-469, s. 4
  • SOR/98-426, s. 2
  • SOR/2001-517, ss. 5 to 9
  • SOR/2016-200, ss. 39, 40, 51

SCHEDULE III.02(Sections 1 to 3)The National Battlefields at Quebec Act, 1914

National Battlefields Park By-Law

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Battlefields Park By-lawShort-form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)(a)
  • (a) Displacing any property of the Commission in the Park

100
  • (b) Defacing any property of the Commission in the Park

200
  • (c) Soiling any property of the Commission in the Park

200
  • (d) Polluting any property of the Commission in the Park

200
  • (e) Damaging any property of the Commission in the Park other than by displacing, defacing, soiling or polluting it

200
23(1)(b)
  • (a) Polluting water in the Park

200
  • (b) Throwing any object into any water in the Park

100
  • (c) Depositing any object into water in the Park

100
  • (d) Bathing in any water in the Park

200
  • (e) Permitting any animal brought into the Park to be in any water in the Park

200
34(1)(a)Riding a bicycle in the Park other than on a public road or on a path designated for that purpose100
44(1)(b)
  • (a) Riding on a skateboard in the Park other than in an area designated for that purpose

100
  • (b) Riding on roller skates in the Park other than in an area designated for that purpose

100
  • (c) Riding on in-line skates in the Park other than in an area designated for that purpose

100
  • (d) Riding on roller skis in the Park other than in an area designated for that purpose

100
  • (e) Riding on a device similar to a skateboard, roller skates, in-line skates or roller skis in the Park other than in an area designated for that purpose

100
54(1)(c)Engaging in any organized sport or game in the Park other than in an area designated for that purpose100
66(1)Bringing an animal into the Park that is not restrained by a leash that is not more than 3 m in length or that is not confined in a box, cage or vehicle75
76(2)Failing to collect and deposit in a waste receptacle the excrement of an animal brought into the Park75
  • SOR/2014-138, s. 1
  • SOR/2015-157, ss. 1, 2(E), 3(F), 4(E), 5

SCHEDULE III.1(Sections 1 to 3)National Capital Act

PART I

Leamy Lake Navigation Channel Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of the Leamy Lake Navigation Channel RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
14(a)Swimming or bathing in the channel75
24(b)Unreasonably interfering with another person’s use of the channel75
34(c)Behaving in a manner in the channel that endangers public safety150
44(d)Stopping a boat in the channel outside the waiting area150
54(e)Anchoring a boat in the channel150
64(f)Dumping sewage or other waste in the channel200
74(g)Dumping motor fuel or motor oil in the channel200
84(h)
  • (a) Selling motor fuel or motor oil in the channel

100
  • (b) Supplying a motorboat or a shuttle boat with motor fuel or motor oil in the channel

100
94(i)
  • (a) Fuelling a motorboat or a shuttle boat with motor fuel in the channel

100
  • (b) Adding motor oil to the engine of a motorboat or a shuttle boat in the channel

100
105(a)Operating in the channel a boat that could endanger public safety150
115(b)Operating in the channel a boat that could delay or obstruct navigation150
126(1)Failing to comply with the instructions of specified authorities while operating a boat in the channel100
136(2)Failing to obey the signal lights while operating a motorboat or shuttle boat in the channel150
147Failing to control a boat in a manner that minimizes its wake while operating the boat in the channel200
159Entering the channel from the Gatineau River without the permission of the control booth operator while operating a motorboat or shuttle boat100

PART II

National Capital Commission Animal Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Capital Commission Animal RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
14(1)Having an animal other than a domestic animal on unleased land100
24(2)Having more than two domestic animals on unleased land at one time100
36(1)Having a domestic animal on unleased land except in a specified location100
46(2)(a)Having a domestic animal on unleased land on a beach or its immediate environs150
56(2)(b)Having a domestic animal in a building located on unleased land150
66(2)(c)Having a domestic animal at LeBreton Flats campground150
76(2)(d)Having a domestic animal on unleased land in a picnic area, food concession area or outdoor restaurant150
86(2)(e)Having a domestic animal in a play structure area on unleased land150
96(2)(f)Having a domestic animal on unleased land within 3 m of the shoreline of a permanent body of water other than the Rideau Canal150
106(2)(g)Having a domestic animal in an area of unleased land in which an organized event is being held100
116(2)(h)Having a domestic animal on unleased land in an area where domestic animals are prohibited100
126(4)Having a domestic animal, other than a hoofed animal, on unleased land in an area where hoofed animals are permitted100
137(1)Failing to restrain a domestic animal on unleased land in the prescribed way100
147(2)(a)
  • (a) Skiing on unleased land while having a domestic animal on leash

100
  • (b) Rollerskating on unleased land while having a domestic animal on leash

100
  • (c) Rollerblading on unleased land while having a domestic animal on leash

100
157(2)(b)
  • (a) Riding a non-motorized vehicle, other than a wheelchair, on unleased land while having a domestic animal on leash

100
  • (b) Riding a non-motorized vehicle, other than a wheelchair, on unleased land while having a domestic animal attached to the vehicle

100
168Failing to immediately pick up and remove from unleased land any fecal matter deposited by a domestic animal100
179(2)Failing to keep under control a domestic animal that is in an off-leash area100
1810(2)Having a hoofed animal on unleased land except in an authorized location100
1910(3)Failing to restrain a hoofed animal on unleased land in the prescribed way100
2012(1)Using a domestic animal in an organized event on unleased land without the authorization of the Commission100
2112(2)Using a domestic animal to pull a conveyance on unleased land except as part of an organized event100
2213(a)
  • (a) Allowing a domestic animal on unleased land to chase a person or another animal

300
  • (b) Allowing a domestic animal on unleased land to attack a person or another animal

300
  • (c) Allowing a domestic animal on unleased land to bite a person or another animal

300
  • (d) Allowing a domestic animal on unleased land to injure a person or another animal

300
  • (e) Allowing a domestic animal on unleased land to fight with another animal

300
2313(b)Allowing a domestic animal on unleased land to damage property of the Commission150
2413(c)Allowing a domestic animal on unleased land to make noise for more than 15 minutes between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.100
2513(d)
  • (a) Allowing a domestic animal on unleased land to drink from a fountain or a permanent body of water

100
  • (b) Allowing a domestic animal on unleased land to get on a fountain

100
  • (c) Allowing a domestic animal on unleased land to get into a fountain or a permanent body of water

150
2614Leaving a domestic animal on unleased land unattended in a vehicle or container in excessive heat or cold300
2715(1)Having an animal other than a domestic animal on leased land100
2815(2)(a)
  • (a) Allowing a domestic animal on leased land to chase a person or another animal

300
  • (b) Allowing a domestic animal on leased land to attack a person or another animal

300
  • (c) Allowing a domestic animal on leased land to bite a person or another animal

300
  • (d) Allowing a domestic animal on leased land to injure a person or another animal

300
  • (e) Allowing a domestic animal on leased land to fight with another animal

300
2915(2)(b)Allowing a domestic animal on leased land to damage property of the Commission150
3015(2)(c)
  • (a) Allowing a domestic animal on leased land to enter a permanent body of water

150
  • (b) Allowing a domestic animal on leased land to drink from a permanent body of water

150
3115(3)Leaving a domestic animal on leased land unattended in a vehicle or container in excessive heat or cold300
3215(4)Having a domestic animal on leased land within 3 m of the shoreline of a permanent body of water150
3316Having a hoofed animal on leased residential property100
3417(1)Allowing more than three domestic animals, other than unweaned young, on leased residential property at one time100
3517(2)Allowing a domestic animal on leased residential property to make noise for more than 15 minutes between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.100
3617(3)Failing to pick up and dispose of any fecal matter deposited by a domestic animal on leased residential property100
3718Failing to restrain a domestic animal on leased residential property in the prescribed way100
3819Failing to use effective measures to keep a domestic animal within the limits of leased agricultural property100
3920(2)Failing to comply with an order of a peace officer to remove an animal from Commission land150
4021(4)Failing to comply with an order of a peace officer to restrain an animal in the prescribed way on Commission land or to remove it from Commission land150
4128(2)Failing to control an animal on Commission land in accordance with the terms of an authorization150

PART III

National Capital Commission Traffic and Property Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Capital Commission Traffic and Property RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(a)
  • (a) Operate a vehicle on driveway without required licence

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operate a vehicle on driveway without required permit

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
23(b)
  • (a) Operate an unregistered vehicle on driveway

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operate an improperly equipped vehicle on driveway

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
34(1)
  • (a) Operate a vehicle on driveway in contravention of provincial or municipal law

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Cause a vehicle that he or she has the right to control to be operated on driveway in contravention of provincial or municipal law

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (c) Permit a vehicle that he or she has the right to control to be operated on driveway in contravention of provincial or municipal law

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
44(2)Park a vehicle on driveway in contravention of provincial or municipal law25
55(1)Operate a vehicle on driveway at a rate of speed that is greater than the rate of speed postedAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
65(2)Operate a vehicle on driveway at a rate of speed greater than 60 km/h where no rate of speed is postedAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
75(3)Operate a vehicle on driveway at a speed other than that indicated by peace officer100
86
  • (a) Operate a vehicle on property of Commission otherwise than in accordance with traffic sign or device

25
  • (b) Park a vehicle on property of Commission otherwise than in accordance with traffic sign or device

25
  • (c) Permit a vehicle under his or her control to remain parked on property of Commission otherwise than in accordance with traffic sign or device

25
97Park a vehicle on property of Commission otherwise than in an area designated by sign or device25
109
  • (a) Failure by operator of vehicle on property of Commission to obey instructions of peace officer

100
  • (b) Failure by person in control of parked vehicle on property of Commission to obey instructions of peace officer

100
1110Failure by pedestrian to obey instructions on sign or device on property of Commission75
1211(1)Operate commercial vehicle on driveway without the Commission’s consent75
1312
  • (a) Failure of operator of vehicle involved in an accident to report accident forthwith to member of RCMP

100
  • (b) Failure of operator of vehicle involved in an accident to furnish information concerning accident forthwith to member of RCMP

100
  • (c) Failure of owner of vehicle involved in an accident to report accident forthwith to member of RCMP

100
  • (d) Failure of owner of vehicle involved in an accident to furnish information concerning accident forthwith to member of RCMP

100
  • (e) Failure of person in charge of vehicle involved in an accident to report accident forthwith to member of RCMP

100
  • (f) Failure of person in charge of vehicle involved in an accident to furnish information concerning accident forthwith to member of RCMP

100
1413(a)Operate motor vehicle on property of Commission other than a driveway without the Commission’s authorization100
1513(b)Operate over-snow vehicle in undesignated areas100
1614(1)
  • (a) Construct private road without written consent of Commission

100
  • (b) Construct entranceway without written consent of Commission

100
  • (c) Construct gate without written consent of Commission

100
  • (d) Construct structure or facility without written consent of Commission

100
  • (e) Construct private road in contravention of conditions specified

100
  • (f) Construct entranceway in contravention of conditions specified

100
  • (g) Construct gate in contravention of conditions specified

100
  • (h) Construct structure or facility in contravention of conditions specified

100
1714(2)Entrance by vehicle operator upon a driveway at place at which public access not provided100
18[Repealed, SOR/2003-246, s. 4]
1916(1)Ride bicycle on property of Commission not set aside for that purpose75
2016(2)Ride bicycle on a driveway abreast of another bicycle or vehicle75
2117
  • (a) Race vehicle without authorization on property of Commission

100
  • (b) Race animal without authorization on property of Commission

100
2218
  • (a) Use blasphemous or indecent language on property of Commission

100
  • (b) Behave in offensive manner on property of Commission

100
2319
  • (a) Throw materials injurious to vehicle tires on a driveway

100
  • (b) Deposit materials injurious to vehicle tires on a driveway

100
  • (c) Leave materials injurious to vehicle tires on a driveway

100
2421
  • (a) Remove traffic sign or device erected by Commission

100
  • (b) Alter traffic sign or device erected by Commission

100
  • (c) Deface traffic sign or device erected by Commission

100
2524Enter on property of the Commission closed to the public75
2625
  • (a) Throw refuse in undesignated place

100
  • (b) Deposit refuse in undesignated place

100
  • (c) Leave refuse in undesignated place

100
2726(a)
  • (a) Cut work without authority

100
  • (b) Break work without authority

100
  • (c) Injure work without authority

100
  • (d) Defile work without authority

100
2826(b)
  • (a) Cut rock without authority

100
  • (b) Break rock without authority

100
  • (c) Injure rock without authority

100
  • (d) Defile rock without authority

100
  • (e) Cut flora without authority

100
  • (f) Break flora without authority

100
  • (g) Injure flora without authority

100
  • (h) Defile flora without authority

100
2926(c)
  • (a) Remove work without authority

100
  • (b) Remove rock without authority

100
  • (c) Remove flora without authority

100
  • (d) Remove soil, gravel or other part of the property without authority

100
  • (e) Cause removal of work without authority

100
  • (f) Cause removal of rock without authority

100
  • (g) Cause removal of flora without authority

100
  • (h) Cause removal of soil, gravel or other part of the property without authority

100
  • (i) Permit removal of work without authority

100
  • (j) Permit removal of rock without authority

100
  • (k) Permit removal of flora without authority

100
  • (l) Permit removal of soil, gravel or other part of the property without authority

100
3026(d)Possess property of the Commission without authority100
3127
  • (a) Disturb wild animal

75
  • (b) Cause wild animal to be disturbed

75
  • (c) Permit wild animal to be disturbed

75
  • (d) Disturb bird

75
  • (e) Cause bird to be disturbed

75
  • (f) Permit bird to be disturbed

75
  • (g) Disturb bird’s nest

75
  • (h) Cause bird’s nest to be disturbed

75
  • (i) Permit bird’s nest to be disturbed

75
  • (j) Injure wild animal

75
  • (k) Cause wild animal to be injured

75
  • (l) Permit wild animal to be injured

75
  • (m) Injure bird

75
  • (n) Cause bird to be injured

75
  • (o) Permit bird to be injured

75
3228
  • (a) Throw stones in undesignated area

100
  • (b) Fire missile in undesignated area

100
  • (c) Discharge firearm in undesignated area

100
  • (d) Discharge airgun in undesignated area

100
  • (e) Discharge B.B. gun in undesignated area

100
  • (f) Fire fireworks in undesignated area

100
3330
  • (a) Make a fire in undesignated area

75
  • (b) Light a fire in undesignated area

75
  • (c) Feed a fire in undesignated area

75
  • (d) Leave a fire unattended

75
3431
  • (a) Unlawful bathing on property of Commission

75
  • (b) Using property of Commission for unlawful bathing purposes

75
3532
  • (a) Sell drink without written permission from Commission

75
  • (b) Sell goods without written permission from Commission

75
  • (c) Sell wares without written permission from Commission

75
  • (d) Offer drink for sale without written permission from Commission

75
  • (e) Offer goods for sale without written permission from Commission

75
  • (f) Offer wares for sale without written permission from Commission

75
  • (g) Expose drink for sale without written permission from Commission

75
  • (h) Expose goods for sale without written permission from Commission

75
  • (i) Expose wares for sale without written permission from Commission

75
  • (j) Post signs without written permission from Commission

75
  • (k) Post placards without written permission from Commission

75
  • (l) Post flags without written permission from Commission

75
  • (m) Post advertising devices without written permission from Commission

75
  • (n) Display signs without written permission from Commission

75
  • (o) Display placards without written permission from Commission

75
  • (p) Display flags without written permission from Commission

75
  • (q) Display advertising devices without written permission from Commission

75
  • (r) Solicit subscriptions without written permission from Commission

75
  • (s) Solicit contributions without written permission from Commission

75
3633
  • (a) Expose game materials

75
  • (b) Play game of chance

75
3734
  • (a) Play golf in undesignated areas

75
  • (b) Play tennis in undesignated areas

75
  • (c) Play baseball in undesignated areas

75
  • (d) Play football in undesignated areas

75
  • (e) Play soccer in undesignated areas

75
3835(1)
  • (a) Hunt game in undesignated areas

500
  • (b) Hunt fish in undesignated areas

500
  • (c) Take game in undesignated areas

500
  • (d) Take fish in undesignated areas

500
  • (e) Kill game in undesignated areas

500
  • (f) Kill fish in undesignated areas

500
3935(2)
  • (a) Hunt game in contravention of provincial laws

100
  • (b) Take game in contravention of provincial laws

100
  • (c) Kill game in contravention of provincial laws

100
  • (d) Hunt fish in contravention of provincial laws

100
  • (e) Take fish in contravention of provincial laws

100
  • (f) Kill fish in contravention of provincial laws

100
  • (g) Engage in activity relating to hunting in contravention of provincial laws

100
  • (h) Engage in activity relating to fishing in contravention of provincial laws

100
4036Have liquor in his or her possession in contravention of provincial laws100
4137Obstruct stream or body of water without approval of Commission100
4238
  • (a) Camp in undesignated area

75
  • (b) Picnic in undesignated area

75
  • (c) Erect tent in undesignated area

75
4339(2)Having a domestic animal on Commission land except in accordance with the bylaws of the municipality in which the land is situated100
44[Repealed, SOR/2003-246, s. 5]
  • SOR/97-161, s. 9
  • SOR/98-353, s. 1
  • SOR/99-293, ss. 1, 2
  • SOR/2000-381, ss. 10 to 12
  • SOR/2003-246, ss. 1 to 5
  • SOR/2007-114, s. 1

SCHEDULE V(Sections 1 to 3)Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act

PART I

Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade ActShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
16(1)
  • (a) Import an animal taken in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (b) Import a plant taken in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (c) Import an animal possessed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (d) Import an animal distributed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (e) Import an animal transported in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (f) Import a plant possessed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (g) Import a plant distributed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (h) Import a plant transported in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (i) Import part of an animal possessed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (j) Import derivative of an animal possessed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (k) Import part of an animal distributed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (l) Import derivative of an animal distributed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (m) Import part of an animal transported in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (n) Import derivative of an animal transported in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (o) Import part of a plant possessed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (p) Import derivative of a plant possessed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (q) Import part of a plant distributed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (r) Import derivative of a plant distributed in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (s) Import part of a plant transported in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
  • (t) Import derivative of a plant transported in contravention of a foreign state’s law

300
26(2)
  • (a) Unlawfully import an animal

200
  • (b) Unlawfully import a plant

200
  • (c) Unlawfully import an animal part

100
  • (d) Unlawfully import an animal derivative