National Capital Commission Traffic and Property Regulations (C.R.C., c. 1044)

Regulations are current to 2019-06-20

PART IOperation of Vehicles (continued)

General Prohibitions (continued)

  •  (1) No person shall construct any private road, entranceway, gate or other structure or facility as a means of access to any driveway except with the consent in writing of the Commission and in accordance with such conditions as are specified by the Commission.

  • (2) No person operating a vehicle shall enter upon a driveway except at a place at which public access to the driveway is provided.

  • (3) Subsection (2) does not apply to prohibit entrance upon a driveway from any private road or entranceway constructed

    • (a) on or before September 30, 1960; or

    • (b) after September 30, 1960 with the consent in writing of the Commission.

 [Repealed, SOR/2002-165, s. 1]

  •  (1) No person shall ride a bicycle on property of the Commission other than a driveway or on a bicycle path set aside by the Commission for the purpose.

  • (2) No person shall ride a bicycle on a driveway abreast of another bicycle or vehicle.

 Unless authorized by the Commission, no person shall race any vehicle or animal on property of the Commission.

 No person shall use any blasphemous or indecent language, or behave in an offensive manner, upon any property of the Commission.

 No person shall throw, deposit or leave on a driveway any glass, nails, tacks or scraps of metal or other material that may be injurious to the tires of vehicles using the driveway.

General

 A peace officer, upon finding a vehicle parked contrary to these Regulations, may, at the expense of the owner thereof, cause that vehicle to be moved or taken to and placed or stored in a suitable place.

 Except as provided by these Regulations, no person shall remove, alter or deface any traffic sign or device erected by the Commission.

  •  (1) The Chairman, General Manager, Chief Engineer or Secretary of the Commission may order the erection on or removal from property of the Commission of traffic signs and devices.

  • (2) The Superintendent of Gatineau Park may order the erection or removal of traffic signs and devices within the area of the Park.

  • (3) Any traffic sign or device erected by order of a person mentioned in subsections (1) and (2) shall be deemed to be erected by order of the Commission.

  • (4) Any traffic sign or device erected on property of the Commission shall, unless the contrary is established, be presumed to have been erected by order of the Commission.

 [Repealed, SOR/95-445, s. 1]

PART IIProtection of Commission Property

 No person shall enter on property of the Commission other than property on which the public is permitted entry.

 No person shall throw, deposit or leave any refuse or debris on property of the Commission other than in such places as are specifically designated for that purpose.

 No person shall, without the authority of the Commission,

  • (a) cut, break, injure, deface or defile any building, fence, bridge, sign, light or other work that is the property of the Commission;

  • (b) cut, break, injure, deface or defile any rock, tree, shrub, plant, flower or turf on property of the Commission;

  • (c) remove any thing described in paragraphs (a) and (b) or any soil, gravel or other part of the property of the Commission, or cause or permit such removal; or

  • (d) have in his possession any property of the Commission.

 No person shall disturb or injure, or cause or permit to be disturbed or injured, any wild animal or any bird, bird’s nest or bird’s eggs on property of the Commission.

 No person shall throw stones or fire or discharge any missile, firearm, airgun, B.B. gun, fireworks or torpedo on any property of the Commission except in areas specifically designated by the Commission for that purpose.

 No person, other than a peace officer engaged in the discharge of his duties, shall, without the written approval of the commission, carry any firearm or other weapon or any trap on property of the Commission otherwise than in a vehicle.

  • SOR/86-260, s. 1

 No person shall make, light or feed a fire on any property of the Commission not specifically designated for that purpose and no person shall leave a fire unattended.

 No person shall bathe in any waters on property of the Commission except as permitted by the Commission, and no person shall make use of any property of the Commission for the purpose of bathing in waters not on property of the Commission, except in such places as are specifically designated for such use.

 No person shall sell or offer or expose for sale any drink, goods or wares, or post or display any signs, placards, flags or advertising devices, or solicit subscriptions or contributions on or in any property of the Commission without first obtaining permission in writing from the Commission to do so.

 No person shall expose on or in any property of the Commission any cards, dice, table, wheel or other device upon, with or by which any game of chance may be played, and no person shall play any such game upon, with or by such device on or in any property of the Commission.

 No person shall play at golf, tennis, baseball, football or soccer on any property of the Commission except in those parts thereof that have been designated by the Commission for that purpose.

  •  (1) No person shall hunt, take or kill any game or fish on property of the Commission except in those parts thereof that have been designated by the Commission for that purpose.

  • (2) No person shall hunt, take or kill any game, or fish for any fish or engage in any activity relating to hunting or fishing in any designated area referred to in subsection (1) otherwise than in accordance with the laws of the province in which that area is situated.

 No person shall have liquor in his possession on or in the property of the Commission other than in accordance with the laws of the province in which the Commission property is situated.

 Except with the written approval of the Commission, no person shall obstruct any stream or body of water on the property of the Commission.

  • SOR/98-389, s. 2

 No person shall camp, picnic or erect a tent on any property of the Commission not specifically designated by the Commission for that purpose.

  •  (1) The following definitions apply in this section.

    Commission land

    Commission land means real property or immovables owned by the Commission or under the control and management of the Commission. (terrain de la Commission)

    domestic animal

    domestic animal means an animal of a species of vertebrates, other than fish, that has been domesticated by humans so as to live in a tame condition and depend on humans for survival. (animal domestique)

    keeper

    keeper means the owner of a domestic animal or the person having charge of the animal, except where the owner or the person is a minor, in which case keeper means the father or mother of the minor or another adult responsible for the minor. (responsable)

    leased recreational property

    leased recreational property means Commission land, of which the Commission is the lessor, that is leased for recreational purposes to a municipality. (terrain récréatif loué)

  • (2) Subject to subsection (3), no person who is the keeper of a domestic animal shall have the animal on Commission land except in accordance with the bylaws of the municipality in which the Commission land is situated.

  • (3) Subsection (2) does not apply to

  • SOR/2002-165, s. 2

PART IIIPenalties

[SOR/95-445, s. 2]

 Every person who contravenes a provision of these Regulations is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $500 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months, or to both.

  • SOR/98-389, s. 3

 [Repealed, SOR/95-445, s. 3]

 
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