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Contraventions Regulations (SOR/96-313)

Regulations are current to 2024-02-06 and last amended on 2023-12-08. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE I.2(Sections 1 to 4)Canada Wildlife Act

PART I

Wildlife Area Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Wildlife Area RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)(a)Introducing into a wildlife area a living organism likely to result in harm to wildlife or degradation of wildlife residence or habitat300
23(1)(b)Hunting, fishing or trapping in a wildlife area200
33(1)(c)Possessing, in a wildlife area, equipment that could be used for hunting, fishing, or trapping200
43(1)(d)Possessing lead sinkers or lead jigs while fishing in a wildlife area200
53(1)(e)
  • (a) Possessing, in a wildlife area, wildlife or a carcass or any part of those things

200
  • (b) Possessing, in a wildlife area, a nest or egg or any part of those things

150 plus 50 per additional nest or egg
63(1)(f)Carrying on agricultural activity, grazing livestock or harvesting a natural or cultivated crop in a wildlife area300
73(1)(g)Bringing a domestic animal with hooves into a wildlife area200
83(1)(h)Allowing a domestic animal to run at large or keeping it on a leash longer than 3 m in a wildlife area300
93(1)(i)Carrying on a recreational activity in a wildlife area150
103(1)(j)Participating in a group meal or event of 15 or more people in a wildlife area200
113(1)(k)Lighting or maintaining a fire in a wildlife area300
123(1)(l)Operating a conveyance in a wildlife area200
133(1)(m)Conducting take-off or landing of an aircraft in a wildlife area200
143(1)(n)Operating or setting in motion a self-propelled device in a wildlife area200
153(1)(o)Removing, damaging or destroying a poster or sign, or a fence, building or other structure, in a wildlife area200
163(1)(p)Selling or offering for sale goods or services in a wildlife area300
173(1)(q)Carrying on industrial activity in a wildlife area300
183(1)(r)Disturbing or removing soil, sand, gravel or other material in a wildlife area300
193(1)(s)Dumping or depositing, in a wildlife area, a specified waste material or substance300
203(1)(t)Removing, damaging or destroying an artifact or natural object in a wildlife area200
213(1)(u)Carrying out, in a wildlife area, an activity likely to disturb, damage, destroy or remove any wildlife, wildlife residence or wildlife habitat300
223(2)Hunting or fishing from outside a wildlife area, without a permit, for wildlife located in the wildlife area200
233.1(3)Carrying out a specified activity outside of the specified period200
243.3(1)Entering a specified wildlife area without a permit100
253.3(2)Entering a specified wildlife area without a permit during the specified period100
263.8(4)Entering a wildlife area that is temporarily closed100
275(a)Failure to possess a copy of the specified permit in a wildlife area100
285(b)Failure to show a copy of the specified permit on request100
298.1(3)Failure to comply with permit conditions100
308.2Unauthorized hunting of migratory game birds in the Cap-Tourmente National Wildlife Area300

PART II

Scott Islands Protected Marine Area Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Scott Islands Protected Marine Area RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
12(1)(a)Carrying out activity likely to disturb, damage, destroy or remove wildlife or habitat in the Protected Marine Area300
22(1)(b)Dumping or discharging waste material or substance likely to harm wildlife or degrade wildlife habitat in the Protected Marine Area300
32(1)(c)Introducing a living organism likely to harm wildlife or degrade wildlife habitat in the Protected Marine Area300
42(1)(d)Flying aircraft above the flight restriction zone at altitude below 3500 feet above mean sea level300
52(1)(e)Being within 300 m of the low mater mark of the specified islands300
62(1)(f)Anchoring a specified vessel within one nautical mile of the low water mark of the specified islands300
 

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