22. Where a camping permit has been cancelled, the Superintendent shall give notice of the cancellation to the holder of the permit by mailing a copy of the notice to the holder or by posting a copy of the notice of cancellation in the vicinity of the entrance to any structure or vehicle used for camping in the area in respect of which the permit was issued, and the cancellation takes effect on the date the notice was so mailed or posted.
- SOR/88-538, s. 2(E).
23. (1) The holder of a camping permit shall, before the expiration of the permit or, where the permit is cancelled, on receipt of the notice of cancellation, remove from the area in respect of which the permit was issued, any trailer or other vehicle or any structure, chattel or article that the holder placed in that area.
(2) The Superintendent may remove any trailer or other vehicle or any structure, chattel or article left in a Park in violation of subsection (1).
- SOR/88-538, s. 3(E).
24. No person shall, in a Park, kindle or maintain any fire except
(a) in a fireplace provided by the Superintendent;
(b) in a portable stove burning fuel other than wood or charcoal; or
(c) in a charcoal or gas-fired barbecue.
25. Notwithstanding section 24, the Superintendent may, by written authorization, permit a person to kindle and maintain a fire and may stipulate the terms and conditions under which the fire shall be kindled and maintained.
26. No person shall, in a Park, be in possession of more than five gallons of gasoline or other inflammable liquid, unless the gasoline or other inflammable liquid is stored in the tank of a motor vehicle, a motor-driven boat or an aircraft or unless a permit has been obtained for possession of the gasoline or other inflammable liquid.
27. No person shall, in a Park,
(a) allow a fire to spread beyond the confines of the fireplace, portable stove or barbecue;
(b) discard a lighted cigar, cigarette, match or other burning substance, except in a receptacle provided for that purpose by the Superintendent;
(c) discard any unused match or any article or substance that could cause the kindling of a fire, except in a receptacle provided for that purpose by the Superintendent;
(d) operate any machine or equipment that may cause the kindling of a fire, unless precautions satisfactory to the Superintendent have been taken to prevent the kindling of a fire;
(e) when removing or disposing of brush or any inflammable material, allow such material to be accumulated, stored, handled, transported or disposed of in a manner other than in a manner satisfactory to the Superintendent; or
(f) leave any fire unattended.
28. (1) Subject to subsection (4), no person shall, except in accordance with a permit issued pursuant to subsection (2), have in their possession, store or use any explosive or bring any explosive into a Park.
(2) A Superintendent may issue a permit authorizing a person described in subsection (3) to have in their possession, store or use any explosive in a Park, where that person is authorized under the Explosives Act to have in their possession, store, use, make, manufacture or sell such an explosive in any other part of Canada.
(3) A permit referred to in subsection (2) may be issued to the following persons:
(a) a person engaged in construction or demolition work who requires the explosive for their work;
(b) a person representing an organization retained by written agreement with the Director to present a reenactment of a historic event or other program for the education or entertainment of the public; and
(c) a person in the employ of Her Majesty in right of Canada whose duties include the presentation of programs for the education or entertainment of the public.
(4) Notwithstanding subsection (1), any person may
(a) transport explosives through a Park in accordance with the Explosives Act or any provincial regulation respecting explosives; or
(b) possess flares or fuses for use as safety equipment for motor vehicles, trains or boats in accordance with any federal or provincial requirements.
- SOR/2011-217, s. 6(E).
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