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Version of document from 2021-06-23 to 2024-05-01:

Vessel Safety Certificates Regulations

SOR/2021-135

CANADA SHIPPING ACT, 2001

Registration 2021-06-10

Vessel Safety Certificates Regulations

P.C. 2021-532 2021-06-10

Whereas the annexed Vessel Safety Certificates Regulations set out an amendment to the Navigation Safety Regulations, 2020, which establishes additional or complementary standards to those set out in the International Convention for the Safety of Life At Sea of 1974 and the Protocol of 1988 relating to the Convention, and the Administrator in Council is satisfied that those standards meet the objectives of the Convention and Protocol;

Therefore, His Excellency the Administrator of the Government of Canada in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Transport and the Minister of Natural Resources with respect to the provisions of the annexed Regulations other than sections 21 to 27, on the recommendation of the Minister of National Revenue with respect to that section 21, of the Minister of Labour with respect to those sections 22 to 24 and of the Minister of Transport with respect to those sections 25 to 27, makes the annexed Vessel Safety Certificates Regulations pursuant to

Interpretation

Marginal note:Definitions

 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

Act

Act means the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. (Loi)

inland voyage

inland voyage means a voyage that is not a sheltered waters voyage and is

  • (a) on the inland waters of Canada; or

  • (b) on the inland waters of Canada together with any part of a lake or river forming part of the inland waters of Canada that lies within the United States, or on Lake Michigan. (voyage en eaux internes)

inland waters of Canada

inland waters of Canada means all the rivers, lakes and other navigable fresh waters within Canada, and includes the St. Lawrence River as far seaward as a straight line drawn

  • (a) from Cap-des-Rosiers to Pointe Ouest, Anticosti Island; and

  • (b) from Anticosti Island to the north shore of the St. Lawrence River along longitude 63°W. (eaux internes du Canada)

Minister

Minister means the Minister of Transport. (ministre)

near coastal voyage, Class 1

near coastal voyage, Class 1 means a voyage

  • (a) that is not a sheltered waters voyage, an inland voyage or a near coastal voyage, Class 2;

  • (b) that is between places in Canada, the United States (except Hawaii), Saint Pierre and Miquelon, the West Indies, Mexico, or Central America, or on the northeast coast of South America, including on any navigable waters connected with that coast; and

  • (c) during which a vessel is always

    • (i) north of latitude 6°N, and

    • (ii) 200 nautical miles or less from shore or above the continental shelf. (voyage à proximité du littoral, classe 1)

near coastal voyage, Class 2

near coastal voyage, Class 2 means a voyage

  • (a) that is not a sheltered waters voyage or an inland voyage; and

  • (b) during which a vessel is always

    • (i) 25 nautical miles or less from shore in waters contiguous to Canada, the United States (except Hawaii) or Saint Pierre and Miquelon, and

    • (ii) 100 nautical miles or less from a place of refuge. (voyage à proximité du littoral, classe 2)

sheltered waters voyage

sheltered waters voyage means a voyage that is

  • (a) in Canada on a river above tidal waters or on a lake, where it is impossible for a vessel to be more than 2.5 nautical miles from the closest shore;

  • (b) on the waters listed in column 1 of Schedule 1 during the period specified in column 2; or

  • (c) made by a ferry between two or more points listed in column 1 of Schedule 2 during the period specified in column 2. (voyage en eaux abritées)

SOLAS

SOLAS means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, and the Protocol of 1988 relating to the Convention, as amended from time to time. (SOLAS)

unlimited voyage

unlimited voyage means a voyage that is not a sheltered waters voyage, an inland voyage, a near coastal voyage, Class 2 or a near coastal voyage, Class 1. (voyage illimité)

Marginal note:Interpretation

  •  (1) For the purpose of interpreting the provisions of SOLAS that are incorporated by reference into these Regulations,

    • (a) “should” is to be read as “must” and any recommendation or suggestion is to be read as an obligation;

    • (b) “Administration” is to be read as “Minister”;

    • (c) “ship” is to be read as “vessel”; and

    • (d) “survey” is to be read as “inspection”.

  • Marginal note:Inconsistency

    (2) In the event of an inconsistency between a provision in SOLAS and a provision in these Regulations, the provision in these Regulations prevails to the extent of the inconsistency.

Application and Prescribed Class

Marginal note:Canadian vessels and foreign vessels

  •  (1) These Regulations apply in respect of Canadian vessels everywhere and foreign vessels in Canadian waters.

  • Marginal note:Activities relating to oil or gas

    (2) These Regulations apply in respect of a vessel referred to in subsection (1) that is capable of engaging in the drilling for, or the production, conservation or processing of, oil or gas.

Marginal note:Prescribed class — section 119 of the Act

 A Canadian vessel in respect of which these Regulations apply is a vessel of a prescribed class for the purposes of section 119 of the Act.

PART 1Canadian Vessels

DIVISION 1Safety Convention Vessels

Marginal note:Application

 This Division applies in respect of Canadian vessels that are Safety Convention vessels.

Marginal note:Safety certificate

 A vessel must hold the applicable safety certificates issued under section 7 to engage on a voyage.

Marginal note:Issuance of safety certificate

  •  (1) On application by the authorized representative of a vessel, the Minister must issue the applicable safety certificates referred to in SOLAS to the vessel if the vessel meets the requirements of regulations made under Part 4 of the Act in respect of the following that apply to the vessel when it is engaged in its intended service:

    • (a) the vessel’s structure and its main and auxiliary machinery, boilers and other pressure vessels;

    • (b) watertight subdivision arrangements and details;

    • (c) subdivision load lines;

    • (d) structural fire protection, fire safety systems and appliances and fire control plans;

    • (e) life-saving appliances and equipment for lifeboats, life rafts and rescue boats;

    • (f) line-throwing appliances and radio installations used in life-saving appliances;

    • (g) radio installations;

    • (h) shipborne navigational equipment, means of embarkation for pilots, and nautical charts and publications; and

    • (i) lights, shapes and means of making distress and sound signals.

  • Marginal note:Inspections and endorsements

    (2) The authorized representative of a vessel that holds a safety certificate must ensure that

    • (a) the vessel undergoes all inspections required in respect of the applicable certificate under Part B of Chapter I of SOLAS; and

    • (b) if Part B of Chapter I of SOLAS requires that the certificate be endorsed following the inspection, the certificate is endorsed by the Minister, in accordance with that Part, to indicate that the requirements for the issuance of the certificate continue to be met.

Marginal note:Exemption certificate

 On application by the authorized representative of a vessel, the Minister must issue an exemption certificate to the vessel if an exemption has been granted by the Marine Technical Review Board in accordance with section 28 of the Act in respect of the requirements that must be met for the issuance of a safety certificate under section 7.

Marginal note:Continuous synopsis record

  •  (1) On application by the authorized representative of a vessel for a continuous synopsis record referred to in Regulation 5 of Chapter XI-1 of SOLAS, the Minister must issue the record to the vessel in accordance with that Regulation.

  • Marginal note:Required information in application

    (2) The application must contain the information referred to in Regulation 5.3 of Chapter XI-1 of SOLAS.

  • Marginal note:Update to information

    (3) If there is a change that affects the information that is contained in the continuous synopsis record, the authorized representative must, as soon as feasible,

    • (a) inform the Minister in writing of the change;

    • (b) submit a new application for an updated version of the continuous synopsis record; and

    • (c) in respect of the information referred to in Regulations 5.3.4 to 5.3.12 of Chapter XI-1 of SOLAS, amend the continuous synopsis record to reflect the change.

  • Marginal note:Prohibition from altering continuous synopsis record

    (4) Subject to paragraph (3)(c), the authorized representative must ensure that the continuous synopsis record is not altered or defaced and that any information contained in it is not modified or removed.

  • Marginal note:Vessel transferred — continuous synopsis record on board

    (5) The authorized representative must ensure that the continuous synopsis record is left on board when the vessel is transferred to the flag of another state, is sold or another company assumes the responsibility for its operation.

  • Marginal note:Vessel transferred — information to Minister

    (6) If a vessel is transferred to the flag of another state, the authorized representative must, as soon as feasible after the transfer, inform the Minister of the name of the state to allow the Minister to forward to that state a copy of each continuous synopsis record issued by the Minister to that vessel.

Marginal note:Responsibilities of authorized representative

 The authorized representative of a vessel that holds a safety certificate must ensure that

  • (a) all safety certificates that are required by section 6 are kept on board;

  • (b) any document that is required to be attached to the certificates under SOLAS and the regulations made under Part 4 of the Act is kept on board;

  • (c) any exemption certificate that is referred to in section 8 is kept on board; and

  • (d) if the authorized representative has applied for an updated continuous synopsis record under paragraph 9(3)(b) and the authorized representative has not yet received the updated record, a copy of the application is kept on board.

DIVISION 2Vessels that are not Safety Convention Vessels

Marginal note:Application

  •  (1) This Division applies in respect of the following Canadian vessels that are not Safety Convention vessels:

    • (a) vessels of 15 gross tonnage or less that carry more than 12 passengers; and

    • (b) vessels of more than 15 gross tonnage.

  • Marginal note:Non-application

    (2) This Division does not apply in respect of

    • (a) pleasure craft;

    • (b) vessels to which the Special-purpose Vessel Regulations apply;

    • (c) human-powered vessels; or

    • (d) a vessel that does not have a mechanical means of propulsion and does not carry persons, dangerous chemicals in bulk or oil in bulk on board.

  • Marginal note:Definition of dangerous chemical

    (3) For the purposes of paragraph (2)(d), dangerous chemical has the same meaning as in subsection 1(1) of the Vessel Pollution and Dangerous Chemicals Regulations.

Marginal note:Safety certificate

 A vessel must hold the applicable safety certificates issued under section 13 to engage on a voyage.

Marginal note:Issuance of safety certificate

  •  (1) On application by the authorized representative of a vessel, the Minister must issue the applicable safety certificates to the vessel if the vessel meets the requirements of regulations made under Part 4 of the Act in respect of the following that apply to the vessel when it is engaged in its intended service:

    • (a) the vessel’s structure and its main and auxiliary machinery, boilers and other pressure vessels;

    • (b) watertight subdivision arrangements and details;

    • (c) subdivision load lines;

    • (d) structural fire protection, fire safety systems and appliances and fire control plans;

    • (e) life-saving appliances and equipment for lifeboats, life rafts and rescue boats;

    • (f) line-throwing appliances and radio installations used in life-saving appliances;

    • (g) shipborne navigational equipment, means of embarkation for pilots, and nautical charts and publications; and

    • (h) lights, shapes and means of making distress and sound signals.

  • Marginal note:Inspections and endorsements

    (2) The authorized representative of a vessel that holds a safety certificate that is valid for more than one year must ensure that

    • (a) the vessel is inspected no later than a date that is

      • (i) determined by the Minister after considering the vessel’s type and size and the class of voyage on which the vessel may engage, and

      • (ii) indicated on the certificate at the time it is issued; and

    • (b) the certificate is endorsed by the Minister following the inspection to indicate that the requirements for the issuance of the certificate continue to be met.

Marginal note:Inland voyage safety certificate

  •  (1) A vessel that holds a safety certificate for an inland voyage may also engage on a sheltered waters voyage that is within the waters described in paragraphs (a) and (b) of the definition inland voyage.

  • Marginal note:Near coastal voyage, Class 2 safety certificate

    (2) A vessel that holds a safety certificate for a near coastal voyage, Class 2 may also engage on a sheltered waters voyage and an inland voyage.

  • Marginal note:Near coastal voyage, Class 1 safety certificate

    (3) A vessel that holds a safety certificate for a near coastal voyage, Class 1 may also engage on

    • (a) a sheltered waters voyage;

    • (b) an inland voyage; and

    • (c) a near coastal voyage, Class 2.

  • Marginal note:Unlimited voyage safety certificate

    (4) A vessel that holds a safety certificate for an unlimited voyage may also engage on

    • (a) a sheltered waters voyage;

    • (b) an inland voyage;

    • (c) a near coastal voyage, Class 2; and

    • (d) a near coastal voyage, Class 1.

Marginal note:Responsibilities of authorized representative

 The authorized representative of a vessel that holds a safety certificate must ensure that

  • (a) all safety certificates that are required by section 12 are kept on board; and

  • (b) any document that is required to be attached to the certificates under the regulations made under Part 4 of the Act is kept on board.

Marginal note:Terms and conditions

 If the Minister determines that terms and conditions on a safety certificate issued to a vessel are necessary based on the vessel’s construction, equipment, stability and design criteria, the Minister may impose terms and conditions that

  • (a) restrict a vessel’s intended service; and

  • (b) limit the voyage on which the vessel may engage after considering the following criteria with respect to the vessel’s intended area of operation:

    • (i) wave height,

    • (ii) wind velocity,

    • (iii) current,

    • (iv) visibility,

    • (v) proximity to assistance, a place of refuge or shore,

    • (vi) navigation hazards,

    • (vii) communications coverage,

    • (viii) average depth of the water,

    • (ix) water temperature,

    • (x) air temperature,

    • (xi) maximum tide range, and

    • (xii) ice conditions.

DIVISION 3Reports and Inspections

Marginal note:Reports

  •  (1) The authorized representative of a Canadian vessel must

    • (a) if an inspection report indicates that a requirement referred to in subsection 7(1) or 13(1) has not been met and a period is set out in the inspection report to comply with the requirement, submit to the Minister, within that period,

      • (i) a report, in the form specified by the Minister, that specifies the measures taken to comply with the requirement, and

      • (ii) documents demonstrating the measures taken; and

    • (b) if a modification or an alteration made to the vessel, or damage caused to the vessel, results in the vessel no longer meeting all of the requirements referred to in subsection 7(1) or 13(1), submit to the Minister, without delay,

      • (i) a report, in the form specified by the Minister, that describes the modification, alteration or damage and specifies the measures subsequently taken to comply with the requirements, and

      • (ii) documents demonstrating the measures taken.

  • Marginal note:Confirmation from Minister

    (2) Following the submission of the report and the documents, the authorized representative must ensure that they receive a written confirmation from the Minister that the requirements for the issuance of the certificate continue to be met.

  • Marginal note:Review and inspection

    (3) In order to provide the confirmation, the Minister must review the report and the documents provided by the authorized representative and, if the Minister determines that it is necessary, inspect the vessel.

PART 2Foreign Vessels

Marginal note:Safety Convention vessels

  •  (1) The authorized representative of a foreign vessel that is a Safety Convention vessel must

    • (a) ensure that

      • (i) all safety certificates that are required by SOLAS are kept on board,

      • (ii) any document that is required by SOLAS to be attached to a safety certificate is kept on board,

      • (iii) any exemption certificate that is referred to in Regulation 12(a)(vii) of Part B of Chapter I of SOLAS is kept on board, and

      • (iv) if the authorized representative has applied to its flag state for an updated continuous synopsis record and the authorized representative has not yet received the updated record, a copy of the application is kept on board; and

    • (b) be able to demonstrate that the requirements for the issuance of the certificates and documents referred to in subparagraphs (a)(i) to (iii) continue to be met.

  • Marginal note:Responsibilities of authorized representative

    (2) The authorized representative of a foreign vessel that holds a safety certificate that is required by SOLAS must ensure that

    • (a) the vessel undergoes all inspections required in respect of the applicable certificate under Part B of Chapter I of SOLAS; and

    • (b) if Part B of Chapter I of SOLAS requires that the certificate be endorsed following the inspection, the certificate is endorsed, in accordance with that Part, to indicate that the requirements for the issuance of the certificate continue to be met.

Marginal note:Vessels that are not Safety Convention vessels

 The authorized representative of a foreign vessel that is not a Safety Convention vessel must

  • (a) ensure that a document issued by or under the authority of the vessel’s flag state that indicates that the vessel complies with the safety requirements of its flag state is kept on board;

  • (b) be able to demonstrate that the requirements for the issuance of that document continue to be met; and

  • (c) ensure that the vessel’s design, construction and equipment meet a level of safety that is equivalent to or higher than that required by regulations made under Part 4 of the Act for Canadian vessels that are of a similar size and type.

PART 3Transitional Provision, Consequential and Related Amendments, Repeals and Coming into Force

Transitional Provision

Marginal note:Certificates issued under Vessel Certificates Regulations

 A certificate issued under the Vessel Certificates Regulations that is valid immediately before the day on which these Regulations come into force is deemed to have been issued under these Regulations.

Consequential Amendments

Canada Pension Plan

Canada Pension Plan Regulations

 [Amendments]

Canada Labour Code

Maritime Occupational Health and Safety Regulations

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992

Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

Canada Shipping Act, 2001

Fishing Vessel Safety Regulations

 [Amendments]

Load Line Regulations

 [Amendments]

Marine Personnel Regulations

 [Amendments]

Vessel Clearance Regulations

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

Vessel Registration and Tonnage Regulations

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

Cargo, Fumigation and Tackle Regulations

 [Amendments]

Administrative Monetary Penalties and Notices (CSA 2001) Regulations

 [Amendments]

Fire and Boat Drills Regulations

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

Small Vessel Regulations

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

Vessel Pollution and Dangerous Chemicals Regulations

 [Amendments]

Vessel Fire Safety Regulations

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

Navigation Safety Regulations, 2020

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

Related Amendments

Canada Shipping Act, 2001

Board of Steamship Inspection Scale of Fees

 [Amendments]

Hull Construction Regulations

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

Large Fishing Vessel Inspection Regulations

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

Marine Machinery Regulations

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

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 [Amendments]

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 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

 [Amendments]

Repeals

 The following regulations are repealed:

Coming into Force

Marginal note:Publication

 These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are published in the Canada Gazette, Part II.

SCHEDULE 1(Section 1)Sheltered Waters Voyages — Waters

PART 1

Ontario

ItemColumn 1Column 2
WatersPeriod
Lake Huron and Georgian Bay Region
1North Channel in Lake Huron east of a line drawn from Bruce Mines to De Tour Reef Light, Michigan, and west of a line drawn from Red Rock Point at the east end of Killarney to Cape Smith on Manitoulin IslandMay 15 to October 15
2The waters of Parry Sound and the waters off the Thirty Thousand Islands east of a line drawn from the southwest end of Franklin Island to the northeast end of Sandy Island and from the southwest end of Sandy Island to the east side of Fryingpan IslandMay 15 to October 15
3Colpoy’s Bay southwest of a line drawn from Cameron Point to Gravelly PointMay 15 to October 15
4Georgian Bay east of a line drawn to the north from at a point at 44°51.5′N, 80°00.5′W to the southern tip of Giants Tomb Island and south of a line drawn from the northern tip of Giants Tomb Island to Cognashene Point, including the waters of Severn Sound and the harbours of Penetanguishene and MidlandMay 1 to October 31
5Lake Huron south of the U.S. navigation light #7 (Lake Huron Cut), west of longitude 82°24′W and north of the Fort Gratiot Light, MichiganMay 15 to October 15
6St. Clair River and Detroit River south of Fort Gratiot Light and north of latitude 42°03′N at Bar Point, but not including Lake St. ClairJanuary 1 to December 31
7St. Marys River south of a line drawn from North Gros Cap to Point Iroquois, Michigan, and north of a line drawn from De Tour Village, Michigan, to Barbed Point on Drummond Island, Michigan, but not east of a line drawn from Chippewa Point on Drummond Island to Big Point on St. Joseph IslandMay 15 to October 15
Lake Erie Region
8Inner Bay and Long Point Bay west of a line drawn from Port Dover Harbour to the southern tip of Long Point (42°33′N, 80°03′W)May 1 to October 31
Lake Ontario Region
9The waters between the mainland shore and Toronto Island (Toronto Inner Harbour) bounded in the west by the Western Gap by a line drawn from a point at 43°37.86′N, 79°24.13′W to a point at 43°37.82′N, 79°24.08′W, and bounded in the east by the Eastern Gap by a line drawn from a point at 43°37.87′N, 79°20.96′W to a point at 43°37.99′N, 79°20.83′WJanuary 1 to December 31
10Lake Ontario, excluding the waters referred to in item 9, north of a line drawn from a point at 43°36.99′N, 79°28.59′W to a point at 43°35.95′N, 79°23.13′W and thence to a point at 43°36.78′N, 79°20.65′WMay 1 to October 31
11Presqu’ile Bay near Brighton west of a line drawn north from Presqu’ile PointJanuary 1 to December 31
12Bay of Quinte and North Channel, including connecting waters, bounded in the east by a line drawn from Pleasant Point on the Cressy Point peninsula to Pig Point on Amherst Island, thence along the shoreline to the eastern end of Amherst Island (44°10.8′N, 76°37.1′W), thence to Salmon Island and thence to Carruthers Point near KingstonJanuary 1 to December 31
13Lake Ontario near Wolfe Island
  • (a) east of a line drawn from Nine Mile Point on Simcoe Island to Long Point on Wolfe Island and thence to Bear Point on Wolfe Island; and

  • (b) west of a line drawn from Staley Point in Boat Channel northwest to a point at 44°09.91′N, 76°31.16′W on Simcoe Island

May 1 to October 31
14St. Lawrence River, other than the portions of Lake St. Francis that are in Quebec,
  • (a) northeast of a line drawn from Carruthers Point near Kingston, to Salmon Island, thence to Snake Island and thence to Nine Mile Point on Simcoe Island;

  • (b) northeast of a line drawn from Staley Point in Boat Channel northwest to a point at 44°09.91′N, 76°31.16′W on Simcoe Island; and

  • (c) north of a line drawn from the southern point of Wolfe Island at Bear Point to Tibbetts Point, United States

January 1 to December 31
15Cook’s Bay on Lake Simcoe south of a line drawn from Jacksons Point to the northern tip of Fox Island and thence to Leonards Beach (44°20.3′N, 79°32′W)May 1 to October 31
16Kempenfelt Bay on Lake Simcoe west of a line drawn from a point at 44°26.1′N, 79°31.5′W to Big Bay PointMay 1 to October 31
17Rice Lake and Lake Couchiching on the Trent-Severn WaterwayMay 1 to October 31
Lake Superior Region
18Lake of the Woods north of latitude 49°NMay 15 to October 15
19Thunder Bay Harbour (48°25′N, 89°12′W)May 15 to October 15
20Black Bay (48°41′N, 88°26′W)May 15 to October 15
21Nipigon Bay (48°52′N, 88°06′W)May 15 to October 15
22Trout Lake (51°12′N, 93°19′W)May 15 to October 15
23Big Trout Lake (51°00′N, 94°30′W)May 15 to October 15
24North Caribou Lake (52°47′N, 90°44′W)May 15 to October 15
25Lake St. Joseph (51°05′N, 90°22′W)May 15 to October 15
26Weagamow Lake (52°54′N, 91°21′W)May 15 to October 15
27Windigo Lake (52°34′N, 91°30′W)May 15 to October 15
28Winisk Lake (52°52′N, 87°16′W)May 15 to October 15
29Wunnumin Lake (52°55′N, 89°08′W)May 15 to October 15

PART 2

Quebec

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1Missisquoi Bay on Lake Champlain north of latitude 45°01′NJanuary 1 to December 31
2Deux Montagnes Lake (45°30′N, 74°12′W)January 1 to December 31
3Mégantic Lake (45°30′N, 70°53′W)January 1 to December 31
4Memphrémagog Lake (45°01′N, 72°14′W)January 1 to December 31
5Lake St. Francis (45°13′N, 74°14′W)January 1 to December 31
6Lake Saint-Louis (45°24′N, 73°50′W)January 1 to December 31
7St. Lawrence River between Trois-Rivières and Saint-Jean-de-l’Île-d’Orléans, bounded in the west by longitude 72°40′W and in the east by longitude 70°53′WJanuary 1 to December 31
8Saguenay River west of a line drawn from Pointe Noire (48°07.433′N, 69°42.979′W) to Pointe Rouge (48°08.098′N, 69°42.08′W)January 1 to December 31
9Lake Saint-Pierre bounded in the west by longitude 72°58′W and in the east by longitude 72°40′WJanuary 1 to December 31
10Mingan Archipelago bounded in the west by longitude 64°14′W, in the east by longitude 63˚27′W and in the south by latitude 50°10′NMay 1 to September 30
11Sept Îles Bay bounded by a line drawn from a point at 50°08.5′N, 66°31.5′W to a point at 50°04.5′N, 66°23.5′W, thence to a point at 50°08′N, 66°15′W and thence to a point at 50°12.8′N, 66°13.5′WJanuary 1 to December 31
12Havre aux Maisons Lagoon (Magdalen Islands)April 1 to December 31
13Grande Entrée Bay (Magdalen Islands), including Grande Entrée Lagoon, bounded by a line drawn from the northern light on the wharf at Grande-Entrée (47°33.377′N, 61°33.793′W) to the eastern edge of Dune du Sud (47°33.547′N, 61°35.454′W)April 1 to December 31
14Plaisance Bay (Magdalen Islands) bounded in the east by a line drawn from Moine-Qui-Prie Cape (47°23.434′N, 61°46.395′W) to the northern end of La Black Head Point on Île d’Entrée (47°17.295′N, 61°41.396′W), thence along the west shore of Île d’Entrée to the wharf at point 47°16.643′N, 61°43.1′W and thence to the northeastern tip of Dune Sandy Hook (47°16.135′N, 61°46.779′W)May 1 to September 30
15The waters lying within a radius of five nautical miles from the wharf at Percé (48°31.219′N, 64°12.652′W)May 1 to September 30
16Gaspé Harbour bounded in the east by longitude 64°24.8′W from f Sandy Beach Point to the north shore of Gaspé HarbourApril 1 to October 31
17Gaspé Bay bounded in the east by longitude 64°10′WJune 1 to October 31
18Chaleur Bay, including the Restigouche River, bounded in the east by longitude 66°05′WMay 1 to October 31

PART 3

Nova Scotia

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1Bras d’Or Lake, Great Bras d’Or Channel and connecting waters
  • (a) inside a line drawn from Carey Point (46°17.6′N, 60°25′W) to Noir Point (46°17.45′N, 60°24.8′W);

  • (b) inside a line drawn from Point Aconi (46°18.72‘N, 60°17.23′W) to Alder Point (46°18.67‘N, 60°16.97‘W); and

  • (c) north of the seaward end of St. Peters Canal (45°39.2′N, 60°52.15′W)

May 1 to October 31
2Annapolis Basin and Digby Gut inside a line drawn from Point Prim Lighthouse (45°41.5′N, 65°47.2′W) to Victoria Beach at the entrance to Digby Gut (45°41.3′N, 65°45.5′W)May 1 to October 31
3Halifax Harbour and the waters inside a line drawn from the triangulation station on Osborne Head (44°36.75′N, 63°25.35′W) to the eastern end of Chebucto Head (44°30.15′N, 63°31.2′W)January 1 to December 31
4LaHave River north of a line drawn from a point at 44°16.03′N, 64°19.83′W to a point at 44°15.8′N, 64°22.1′WMay 1 to August 31
5The waters inside a line drawn from the eastern end of Country Harbour Head (45°07.42′N, 61°38.73′W) to a point at Harbour Island (45°08.2′N, 61°37′W) and a line drawn from 45°08.3′N, 61°36.16′W, near Burke Point, to the light near Darby PointMarch 1 to November 30
6St. Anns Harbour inside a line drawn from Bar Point (46°17.8′N, 60°31.91′W) to a point at St. Anns Beach (46°17.72′N, 60°32.52′W), including the waters of Jersey CoveMarch 1 to October 31
7Inner Sydney Harbour south of a line drawn from Amelia Point (46°09.04′N, 60°13.26′W) to Battery Point (46°09.05′N, 60°12.2′W)May 1 to October 31
8St. Margarets Bay north of a line drawn from Tilley Point (44°32.3′N, 64°01′W) to Mackerel Point (44°32.118′N, 63°56.8′W)May 1 to September 30

PART 4

New Brunswick

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1Saint John Harbour inside the southern breakwater and inside a line drawn from the southern end of the northern breakwater (45°15.42′N, 66°02.72′W) to the eastern point of Partridge Island (45°14.42′N, 66°03.08′W)January 1 to December 31
2Shediac Harbour west of a line drawn from Pointe-du-Chêne (46°14.48′N, 64°30.7′W) to Caissie Cape (46°18.75′N, 64°30.6′W)April 1 to December 31
3Miramichi Bay west of a line drawn from the eastern shore of Neguac Beach (47°13.1′N, 65°01.3′W) to the eastern shores of Portage and Fox islands and thence to the western point of Preston Beach (47°04.45′N, 64°57.05′W)April 1 to December 31
4Nepisiguit Bay inside a line drawn from Youghall Point (47°39.3′N, 65°37.42′W) to Carron Point (47°39.1′N, 65°37.39′W)April 1 to December 31
5Dalhousie Harbour and Restigouche River west of a line drawn from Miguasha Point (48°04.06′N, 66°17.6′W), Quebec, to the mouth of the Charlo River (47°59.3′N, 66°17.2′W)January 1 to December 31
6Shippegan Bay inside the breakwater at Shippegan Gully (47°43.1′N, 64°39.85′W) and south of a line drawn from Canot Point (47°48.6′N, 64°42.3′W) to Pokesudie Point (47°48.8′N, 64°44.8′W)April 1 to December 31
7Miscou Harbour east of a line drawn from Black Point (47°53.2′N, 64°37.7′W) to Mark Point (47°53.9′N, 64°35.5′W)April 1 to December 31
8Passamaquoddy Bay as far as Campobello Island and inside a line drawn at the northern entrance to that bay from East Quoddy Head (44°57.5′N, 66°53.9′W) to Deadmans Head (45°02.45′N, 66°47.05′W)January 1 to December 31
9Little Shemogue Harbour inside a line drawn from a point at 46°10.201′N, 64°04.048′W on the east side of that harbour to a point at 46°10.241′N, 64°05.091′W on the west side of that harbourApril 1 to December 31
10Shemogue Harbour inside a line drawn from Shemogue Head (46°11′N, 64°07.2′W) to Little Cape (46°10.879′N, 64°08.503′W)April 1 to December 31
11L’Aboiteau Harbour inside a line drawn from a point at 46°13.885′N, 64°17.875′W on the east side of that harbour to a point at 46°13.889′N, 64°17.951′W on the west side of that harbourApril 1 to December 31
12Kouchibouguac River inside a line drawn from a point at 46°13.35′N, 64°21.933′W on the east side of that river to Robichaud wharf (46°13.889′N, 64°23′W)April 1 to December 31
13Aboujagane River inside a line drawn from Robichaud wharf (46°13.889′N, 64°23′W) to a point at 46°13.510′N, 64°23.552′W on the west side of that riverApril 1 to December 31
14Shediac Bay inside a line drawn from Pointe-du-Chêne (46°14.5′N, 64°30.8′W) to Pointe Grande-Digue (46°17.404′N, 64°32.064′W)April 1 to December 31
15Cocagne Harbour inside a line drawn from Pointe aux Renards (46°22.026′N, 64°33.733′W) to a point at 46°22.466′N, 64°34.9′W on the east side of Cocagne Island and a line drawn from a point at 46°23.972′N, 64°36.666′W on the northwest side of Cocagne Island to Cormierville wharf (46°24.5′N, 64°36.933′N)April 1 to December 31
16Buctouche Harbour and connecting waters inside a line drawn from a point at 46°27.633′N, 64°36.716′W on the southeast side of Buctouche Dune to Saint-Thomas-de-Kent wharf (46°26.855′N, 64°38.215′W)April 1 to December 31
17Richibucto Harbour and connecting waters inside a line drawn from a point at 46°42.583′N, 64°47.383′W on South Richibucto Beach to a point at 46°42.933′N, 64°47.383′W on North Richibucto DuneApril 1 to December 31
18Saint-Louis Bay and connecting waters inside a line drawn from a point at 46°46.999′N, 64°51.594′W on North Richibucto Dune to a point at 46°46.966′N, 64°52.382′W on South Richibucto DuneApril 1 to December 31
19Kouchibouguac Bay and connecting waters inside a line drawn from a point at 46°50.221′N, 64°54.599′W on South Kouchibouguac Dune to a point at 46°50.633′N, 64°54.833′W on North Kouchibouguac DuneApril 1 to December 31
20Rivière du Portage inside a line drawn from a point at 46°54.974′N, 64°53.365′W on the south side of that river to a point at 46°55.017′N, 64°53.326′W on the north side of that riverApril 1 to December 31
21Escuminac River inside a line drawn from a point at 47°03.467′N, 64°49.533′W on the south side of that river to a point at 47°03.485′N, 64°49.494′W on the north side of that riverApril 1 to December 31

PART 5

Manitoba

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1Churchill River and connecting waters extending to an area five nautical miles in radius seaward of Merry Rock (58°47.5′N, 94°12.2′W) located at the mouth of the riverJuly 1 to August 31
2Bolton Lake (54°16′N, 95°47′W)May 1 to September 30
3Joint Lake (54°22.55′N, 95°24.766′W)May 1 to September 30
4Munroe Lake (59°11.8′N, 98°33.25′W)June 1 to September 30

PART 6

British Columbia

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1Vancouver Harbour east of a line drawn from Point Atkinson to the “QA” buoy (49°16.6′N, 123°19.3′W), thence to the west end of the North Arm Jetty and thence to Point Grey, including False Creek Inlet and Indian ArmJanuary 1 to December 31
2Fraser River east of a line drawn from Point Grey to the west end of the North Arm Jetty and along the western coasts of Iona Island and Sea Island, including the causeway between Iona Island and Sea Island, to a point on the south side of Sea Island at 49°11.2′N, 123°12.2′W, thence along a line drawn from 49°11.2′N, 123°12.2′W to a point at 49°11.2′N, 123°12′W, thence south to a point at 49°07.85′N, 123°12′W, thence to a point at 49°08.3′N, 123°14′W, thence to a point at 49°06.15′N, 123°19.3′W, thence to a point at 49°05.4′N, 123°19.3′W, thence to a point at 49°07.4′N, 123°14′W, thence to Pelly Point (49°06.6′N, 123°11.2′W), thence south along the west coast of Westham Island to longitude 123°10′W, thence along that line of longitude south to latitude 49°04′N and thence east along that line to the mainland shoreJanuary 1 to December 31
3Juan de Fuca Strait inside a line drawn south from the mainland coast along longitude 123°18.3′W to the southern edge of the Trial Islands (48°23.7′N, 123°18.3′W) and thence to the southern edge of Albert Head (48°23.08′N, 123°28.9′W), including Esquimalt Harbour, Selkirk Water Inlet and the navigable streams flowing into Victoria HarbourJanuary 1 to December 31
4Alberni Inlet and the eastern channel of Barkley Sound bounded in the west by a line drawn from Aguilar Point (48°50.28′N, 125°08.45′W) near Bamfield Inlet to the northern point on Helby Island (48°51.28′N, 125°10.20′W), thence to the southern point of the Deer Group islands (48°51.90′N, 125°10.10′W) and thence to the northern side of Junction Passage (48°57.28′N, 125°01.75′W)January 1 to December 31
5Nanaimo Harbour, including the waters inside a line drawn from Horswell Bluff (49°12.7′N, 123°56.45′W) to Malaspina Point on Gabriola Island (49°11.5′N, 123°52.4′W), across Gabriola Island to the eastern edge of False Narrows (49°08.1′N, 123°46.75′W) and thence west along latitude 49°08.1′N to the western edge of Dodd NarrowsJanuary 1 to December 31
6Okanagan LakeJanuary 1 to December 31
7The waters of the Strait of Georgia, Burrard Inlet and the Fraser River that are not included in items 1, 2 and 8 that are north of the border between Canada and the United States at the 49th parallel and east of longitude 123°22.666′W, but excluding Boundary BayJanuary 1 to December 31
8Howe Sound north of a line drawn from Gower Point to Cape Roger Curtis on Bowen Island, thence across Bowen Island to Point Cowan and thence to Point AtkinsonJune 1 to September 30
9Quatsino Sound and connecting waters as far west as Koprino HarbourJanuary 1 to December 31
10Jervis Inlet inside a line drawn from Thunder Point to Ball Point and the connecting waters that are not seaward of Fox Island in Telescope Passage, including the Agamemnon Channel and Pender Harbour, inside a line drawn from Fearney Point to Moore PointJanuary 1 to December 31
11Near Prince Rupert,
  • (a) the waters of Chatham Sound that are north of latitude 54°08.583′N and east of longitude 130°26.883′W;

  • (b) Prince Rupert Harbour and connecting waters, east of a line drawn from Straith Point (54°18.483′N, 130°28.4′W) to Observation Point (54°20.13′N, 130° 27.7′W); and

  • (c) Inverness Passage north of Osborn Point (54°09.034′N, 130°09.292′W) on Smith Island

January 1 to December 31
12The bays, channels, inlets, and passages in the Gulf Islands west of a line drawn from the western edge of Dodd Narrows to the east along latitude 49°08.1′N, thence to the eastern edge of False Narrows (49°08.1′N, 123°46.75′W), thence along the western shore of Gabriola Island to Josef Point, thence to Cordero Point on Valdes Island, thence along the western shore of Valdes Island to Vernaci Point, thence to Race Point, thence along the western shore of Galiano Island to Rip Point, thence to Georgina Point on Mayne Island, thence along the western shore of Mayne Island to Campbell Point, thence to Grainger Point on Samuel Island, thence along the western shore to the eastern point of Samuel Island, thence to Winter Point on Saturna Island, thence along the western shore of Saturna Island to East Point, thence southwest along a line drawn to Point Fairfax on Moresby Island, thence south to the eastern tip of Gooch Island, thence south to Wymond Point on Sidney Island, thence to Sallas Rocks and thence west to the northern point of Cordova Spit on Vancouver IslandJanuary 1 to December 31
13Clayoquot Sound east of a line drawn from Sharp Point (49°20.9′N, 126°15.6′W) to Cox Point (49°05.8′N, 125°53.3′W)January 1 to December 31
14Sooke Harbour, Sooke Basin, Sooke Inlet and Sooke Bay, inside a line drawn from Otter Point to Possession Point on Vancouver IslandJanuary 1 to December 31
15The waters that are
  • (a) in Lama Passage north of a line drawn east from Napier Point (52°07.90′N, 128°08.03′W) on Campbell Island to the Denny Island shore;

  • (b) in Gunboat Passage south and west of a line drawn from Georgie Point (52°11.12′N, 127°53.08′W) on Denny Island to Madigan Point (52°11.36′N, 127°53.65′W) on Cunningham Island;

  • (c) in Troup Passage south of Troup Narrows;

  • (d) in Seaforth Channel east of a line drawn from Christiansen Point (52°14.21′N, 128°10.88′W) to Lay Point (52°12.78′N, 128°10.36′W); and

  • (e) connected to the waters referred to in paragraphs (a) to (d)

January 1 to December 31
16Kitimat Arm and Kildala Arm north of a line drawn from Hilton Point (53°48.9′N, 128°52.266′W) through Louis Point (53°49.133′N, 128°45.633′W) on Coste Island to Steel Point (53°49.883′N, 128°42.333′W)January 1 to December 31
17Portland Canal near Stewart, British Columbia, north of a line drawn from Glacier Point (55°49.133′N, 130°06.633′W) to Engineers Point on the opposite shoreJanuary 1 to December 31
18Nootka Sound, Muchalat Inlet, Tlupana Inlet, Tahsis Inlet, Zeballos Inlet, Hecate Channel and connecting waters
  • (a) east of a line drawn from Steamer Point (49°53.183′N, 126°47.883′W) northwest to the opposite shore; and

  • (b) north of a line drawn from Yuquot Point on Nootka Island east to Burdwood Point on the Vancouver Island shore

January 1 to December 31
19Comox Harbour west of a line drawn from the light on Goose Spit (49°39.618′N, 124°55.505′W) south to the Vancouver Island shoreJuly 1 to October 31

PART 7

Prince Edward Island

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1Charlottetown Harbour inside a line drawn from Canceaux Point (46°12.35′N, 63°08.42′W) to Battery Point (46°12.48′N, 63°7.58′W)April 1 to December 31
2Summerside Harbour inside a line drawn from Phelan Point (46°23.4′N, 63°50′W) to Indian Spit breakwater (46°22.8′N, 63°49.05′W)April 1 to December 31
3Cardigan Bay inside a line drawn from Panmure Head (46°08.7′N, 62°28′W) to Red Point (46°12.42′N, 62°28.25′W)April 1 to December 31
4South Lake inside a line drawn from a point at 46°24.45′N, 62°03.466′W to a point at 46°24.3′N, 62°03.766′WApril 1 to December 31
5Colville Bay and Souris River inside a line drawn from Lobster Point (46°20.6′N, 62°16.2′W) to Swanton Point (46°20.533′N, 62°14.4′W)April 1 to December 31
6Rollo Bay inside a line drawn from Howe Point (46°18.266′N, 62°20′W) to Sheep Head (46°20.033′N, 62°17.7′W)April 1 to December 31
7Howe Bay inside a line drawn from Durell Point (46°16.55′N, 62°21.4′W) to Howe Point (46°18.266′N, 62°20′W)April 1 to December 31
8Spry Cove inside a line drawn from Spry Point (46°15.045′N, 62°22.53′W) to Durell Point (46°16.55′N, 62°21.4′W)April 1 to December 31
9Boughton River inside a line drawn from Solander Point (46°14.55′N, 62°25.25′W) to Spry Point (46°15.045′N, 62°22.53′W)April 1 to December 31
10Georgetown Harbour and connecting waters inside a line drawn from Launching Point (46°12.766′N, 62°24.466′W) to Boughton Spit (46°11.766′N, 62°25.9′W) and thence to Panmure Head (46°08.7′N, 62°28′W)April 1 to December 31
11Murray Harbour inside a line drawn from Sable Point (46°01.366′N, 62°29′W) to Old Store Point (46°01.3′N, 62°28.733′W) and a line drawn from a point at 46°02.15′N, 62°29.01′W to a point at 46°01.912′N, 62°29.256′WApril 1 to December 31
12Belle River inside a line drawn from a point at 45°58.45′N, 62°50.75′W to a point at 45°58.4′N, 62°50.72′WApril 1 to December 31
13Flat River inside a line drawn from Big Point (46°00.05′N, 62°53.616′W) to a point at 46°00.894′N, 62°53.818′WApril 1 to December 31
14Pinette Harbour and connecting waters inside a line drawn from Pond Point (46°03.3′N, 62°57.333′W) to Pinette Point (46°02.55′N, 62°56.483′W)April 1 to December 31
15Orwell Bay inside a line drawn from Point Prim (46°03.166′N, 63°02.383′W) to Gallas Point (46°07.333′N, 62°57.733′W)April 1 to December 31
16Pownal Bay inside a line drawn from Gallas Point (46°07.333′N, 62°57.733′W) to Pownal Point (46°10.483′N, 62°59.2′W)April 1 to December 31
17West Hillsborough Bay inside a line drawn from Holland Cove Point (46°10.911′N, 63°08.22′W) to North Point on St. Peters Island (46°07.7′N, 63°10.4′W) and thence to Rice Point (46°07.883′N, 63°13.25′W)April 1 to December 31
18Tryon River inside a line drawn from Birch Point (46°12.116′N, 63°31.666′W) to Tryon Head (46°12.343′N, 63°32.749′W)April 1 to December 31
19Cape Traverse inside a line drawn from Bells Point (46°13.22′N, 63°39.279′W) to a point at 46°13.96′N, 63°39.228′WApril 1 to December 31
20Summerside Harbour and connecting waters inside a line drawn from Graham Head (46°20.35′N, 63°48.933′W) to Phelan Point (46°23.4′N, 63°50′W)April 1 to December 31
21Miscouche Cove inside a line drawn from Phelan Point (46°23.4′N, 63°50′W) to Ives Point (46°23.56′N, 63°53.166′W)April 1 to December 31
22Sunbury Cove inside a line drawn from Ives Point (46°23.56′N, 63°53.166′W) to Sunbury Point (46°24.02′N, 63°56.475′W)April 1 to December 31
23The waters inside a line drawn from Maximeville (46°25.816′N, 64°08.45′W) to Rocky Point (46°31.333′N, 64°06.75′W)April 1 to December 31
24Percival Bay inside a line drawn from Rocky Point (46°31.333′N, 64°06.75′W) to Grande Digue Point (46°35.097′N, 64°06.564′W)April 1 to December 31
25West Egmont Bay inside a line drawn from a point at 46°36.95′N, 64°11.45′W to the West Point wharf breakwater (46°37.083′N, 64°22.333′W)April 1 to December 31
26Miminegash River and connecting waters inside a line drawn from a point at 46°52.774′N, 64°14.028′W to a point at 46°52.753′N, 64°14.032′WApril 1 to December 31
27Skinners Pond inside a line drawn from a point at 46°57.931′N, 64°07.507′W to a point at 46°57.912′N, 64°07.537′WApril 1 to December 31
28The waters of Tignish inside a line drawn from the northern breakwater (46°57′N, 63°59.7′W) to the southern breakwater (46°56.9′N, 63°59.7′W)April 1 to December 31
29The waters of Little Tignish Run inside a line drawn from a point at 46°56.163′N, 63°59.509′W to a point at 46°56.147′N, 63°59.486′WApril 1 to December 31
30Kildare Creek inside a line drawn from Creek Point (46°51.282′N, 64°00.494′W) to a point at 46°51.216′N, 64°00.666′WApril 1 to December 31
31Alberton Harbour, Cascumpec Bay, Conway Narrows, Malpeque Bay, and connecting waters,
  • (a) inside a line drawn from Kildare Point (46°48.233′N, 64°02′W) to Cascumpeque Lighthouse (46°48.016′N, 64°02.161′W);

  • (b) inside a line drawn from the north side of Palmer Inlet (46°45.233′N, 64°00.533′W) to the south side of Palmer Inlet (46°44.846′N, 64°00.304′W);

  • (c) inside a line drawn from the north side of Hardys Channel (46°39.616′N, 63°52.75′W) to the south side of that channel (46°39.416′N, 63°52.183′W); and

  • (d) inside a line drawn from a point at 46°34.433′N, 63°42.533′W on Fish Island to Profitts Point (46°34.074′N, 63°40.056′W)

April 1 to December 31
32New London Bay inside a line drawn from a point at 46°30.853′N, 63°29.068′W on the west side of that bay to a point at 46°30.636′N, 63°28.073′W on the east side of that bayApril 1 to December 31
33Rustico Bay inside a line drawn from a point at 46°27.416′N, 63°17.266′W on the west side of that bay to a point on the west end of Robinsons Island (46°27.533′N, 63°15.35′W) and a line drawn from a point on the east end of that island (46°26.033′N, 63°14.033′W) to Brackley Point (46°25.911′N, 63°13.843′W)April 1 to December 31
34Covehead Bay inside a line drawn from a point at 46°25.798′N, 63°08.878′W on the west side of that bay to Cape Stanhope (46°25.803′N, 63°08.791′W)April 1 to December 31
35Tracadie Bay inside a line drawn from a point at 46°24.833′N, 63°02.616′W on Dalvay Beach to a point at 46°24.883′N, 63°02.3′W on the east side of that bayApril 1 to December 31
36Savage Harbour inside a line drawn from a point at 46°25.972′N, 62°50.07′W on the west side of that harbour to the light at the breakwater at that harbour (46°26.02′N, 62°49.941′W)April 1 to December 31
37St. Peters Bay inside a line drawn from a point at 46°26.616′N, 62°44.466′W on the west side of that bay to a point at 46°26.71′N, 62°43.75′W on the east side of that bayApril 1 to December 31
38North Lake inside a line drawn from a point at 46°28.12′N, 62°04.129′W on the west side of North Lake Run to a point at 46°28.112′N, 62°04.091′W on the east side of North Lake RunApril 1 to December 31

PART 8

Saskatchewan

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1Lake Diefenbaker (51°41.10′N, 107°09.30′W)June 1 to November 30
2Redberry Lake (52°60.30′N, 106°39.30′W)May 1 to September 30
3Candle Lake (53°49.67′N, 105°18.802′W)May 1 to November 30

PART 9

Newfoundland and Labrador

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1Humber Arm east of a line drawn from Frenchman’s Head triangulation station (49°03.7′N, 58°09.85′W) to McIver’s Point triangulation station (49°04.6′N, 58°08.7′W)May 1 to October 31
2Bull Arm inside a line drawn from Stanton Point (47°47.51′N, 53°50.34′W) to Stock Cove Point (47°46.78′N, 53°51.62′W)April 1 to October 31

PART 10

Northwest Territories

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1Kugmallit Bay south of a line drawn from Skiff Point on its western shore to a point at latitude 69°30′N on its eastern shoreJune 1 to October 31
2Cli Lake (61°59′N, 123°18.083′W)June 1 to September 30
3Duncan Lake (62°51′N, 113°58.066′W)June 1 to September 30
4Kasba Lake (60°18′N, 102°7.016′W)June 1 to August 31
5Lac La Martre (63°15′N, 117°55.083′W)June 1 to September 30
6MacKay Lake (63°55.066′N, 110°25.05′W)July 1 to September 30
7Mosquito Lake (62°36′N, 103°22.033′W)July 1 to September 30
8Nonacho Lake (61°59′N, 109°28.05′W)June 1 to September 30
9Point Lake (65°15.016′N, 113°4.066′W)July 1 to September 30
10Stark Lake (62°28′N, 110°20.05′W)June 1 to September 30
11Christie Bay on Great Slave Lake northeast of a line drawn from Utsingi Point (62°21.116′N, 111°40.774′W) true south to a point on the north shore of Etthen Island at 62°20.049′N, 111°40.776′W and a line drawn from the southwest point of Etthen Island (62°09.709′N, 111°52.536′W) to Pekanatui Point (62°08.12′N, 111°38.633′W) and thence east to a point on the mainland shore at 62°08.113′N, 111°36.337′WJune 1 to September 30
12Great Slave Lake and its outflow into the Mackenzie River west of longitude 116°25′W and east of the Deh Cho BridgeJune 1 to September 30
13Mackenzie River, including Mills Lake, downstream of the Deh Cho Bridge and upstream of a line drawn across the river near kilometre 140 from a point on the north shore at 61°19.174′N, 118°33.083′W to a point on the south shore near Axe Point at 61°18.352′N, 118°32.197′WJune 1 to September 30
14Great Slave Lake near Taltheilei Narrows, east of a line drawn from the southwestern end of Sachowia Point (62°22.559′N, 111°43.931′W) to Utsingi Point (62°21.115′N, 111°40.774′W) and west of longitude 111°21.75′WJune 1 to September 30
15The North Arm of Great Slave Lake northwest of a line drawn from Whitebeach Point (62°28.159′N, 115°15.138′W) to a point on the opposite shore at 62°30.583′N, 115°10.25′WJune 1 to October 31
16Great Slave Lake south of the Yellowknife River Bridge and north of a line drawn from a point at 62°17.328′N, 114°12.242′W on the mainland shore at the mouth of Wool Bay, thence to the southern tip of Ruth Island (62°17.372′N, 114°14.219′W), thence to a point at 62°15.967′N, 114°28.117′W in the West Mirage Islands and thence northwest to a point on the mainland shore at 62°21′N, 114°35′WJune 1 to October 31

PART 11

Nunavut

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1Outlet Bay, Dubawnt Lake, east of a line drawn from a point at 63°22.485′N, 101°06.517′W to a point at 63°20.054′N, 101°01.178′WJuly 1 to August 31

SCHEDULE 2(Section 1)Sheltered Waters Voyages Made by a Ferry

PART 1

Ontario

Column 1Column 2
ItemPointsPeriod
1Cochenour and McKenzie Island on Red Lake (51°04.3′N, 93°48.5′W)January 1 to December 31
2Glenora and Adolphustown (44°02.5′N, 77°03′W)January 1 to December 31
3Kingston (44°13.5′N, 76°28.3′W) and Marysville (44°11.4′N, 76°26.3′W)January 1 to December 31
4Kingston (44°13.5′N, 76°28.3′W) and Dawson Point (44°12.5′N, 76°25.2′W)January 1 to December 31
5Wolfe Island (44°08.6′N, 76°21.2′W) and Cape Vincent, New York (44°07.4′N, 76°20.1′W)January 1 to December 31
6Wolfe Island (44°10′N, 76°30′W) and Simcoe Island (44°10.5′N, 76°30′W)January 1 to December 31
7Millhaven (44°11.3′N, 76°44.2′W) and Stella (44°10.1′N, 76°42.1′W)January 1 to December 31
8At the east end of Howe IslandFootnote for PART 1 Ontario*, a point at 44°18.2′N, 76°11.3′W and a point at 44°18.3′N, 76°11.5′WJanuary 1 to December 31
9At the west end of Howe IslandFootnote for PART 1 Ontario*, a point at 44°16.4′N, 76°19.4′W and a point at 44°16.2′N, 76°19.3′WJanuary 1 to December 31
10Abitibi RiverFootnote for PART 1 Ontario*, a point at 49°17.5′N, 81°03.6′W and a point at 49°17.5′N, 81°03.7′WJanuary 1 to December 31
11Moosonee (51°16′N, 80°37′W) and Moose Factory Island (51°15.5′N, 80°37′W)January 1 to December 31
12Cedar Point (44°48.3′N, 80°07.1′W) and Christian Island (44°49′N, 80°10.2′W)January 1 to December 31
13Virginia Beach (44°19′N, 79°17′W) and Georgina Island (44°21′N, 79°18′W)January 1 to December 31
14Sombra (42°42.5′N, 82°28.5′W) and Marine City, Michigan (42°42.5′N, 82°29.2′W)January 1 to December 31
15Any two or more of the following: the Walpole Island ferry terminal (42°37′N, 82°30.5′W), Algonac, Michigan (42°37′N, 82°31′W), and Russell Island, Michigan (42°36′N, 82°31′W)January 1 to December 31
16Amherstburg (42°06′N, 83°06.5′W) and Bois Blanc Island (42°06′N, 83°07′W)January 1 to December 31

PART 2

Quebec

Column 1Column 2
ItemPointsPeriod
1The wharf at Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive (47°26.926′N, 70°21.91′W) and Île-aux-Coudres wharf (47°25.26′N, 70°23.546′W)January 1 to December 31
2The wharf at Montmagny (46°59.41′N, 70°33.216′W) and the wharf at Île aux Grues (47°03.3′N, 70°31.894′W)January 1 to December 31
3The wharf of the municipality of L’Isle-Verte (48°01.5′N, 69°20.983′W) and the public wharf at La Richardière (48°02.363′N, 69°24.368′W)January 1 to December 31
4The wharf at Saint-Augustin (51°13.5′N, 58°39.1′W) and the wharf at Pointe-à-la-Truite (51°10.9′N, 58°34.1′W)May 1 to November 30

PART 3

Nova Scotia

Column 1Column 2
ItemPointsPeriod
1The wharf at 46°17.4′N, 60°32.5′W and the wharf at 46°17.36′N, 60°32.348′W (Englishtown ferry route)January 1 to December 31
2The wharf at 45°59.53′N, 60°59.017′W and the wharf at 45°59.572′N, 60°59.163′W (Little Narrows ferry route)January 1 to December 31
3The wharf at 45°10.15′N, 61°42.178′W and the wharf at 45°10.476′N, 61°41.83′W (Country Harbour ferry route)January 1 to December 31
4The wharf at 44°17.754′N, 64°21.69′W and the wharf at 44°18.17′N, 64°21.56′W (LaHave River ferry route)January 1 to December 31

PART 4

British Columbia

Column 1Column 2
ItemPointsPeriod
1Quathiaski Cove (50°02.534′N, 125°13.018′W) and Campbell River (50°01.694′N, 125°14.538′W)January 1 to December 31
2Skidegate Landing (53°14.783′N, 132°00.527′W) and Alliford Bay (53°12.691′N, 131°59.307′W)January 1 to December 31
3Any two or more of the following: Port McNeill (50°35.517′N, 127°05.25′W) on Vancouver Island, Sointula (50°38′N, 127°01.5′W) on Malcolm Island and Alert Bay (50°35.2′N, 126°55.833′W) on Cormorant IslandJanuary 1 to December 31
4Any two or more of the following: Swartz Bay (48°41.364′N, 123°24.466′W), Montague Harbour (48°53.504′N, 123°23.385′W), Sturdies Bay (48°52.602′N, 123°18.913′W), Village Bay (48°50.674′N, 123°19.483′W), Otter Bay (48°48.028′N, 123°18.623′W) and Lyall Harbour (48°47.894′N, 123°11.708′W)January 1 to December 31
5Any two or more of the following: Preedy Harbour (48°58.878′N, 123°40.768′W), Telegraph Harbour (48°58.204′N, 123°39.566′W) and Chemainus (48°55.56′N, 123°42.835′W)January 1 to December 31
6Nanaimo Harbour (49°10.006′N, 123°55.859′W) and Descanso Bay (49°10.674′N, 123°51.539′W)January 1 to December 31
7McPhail Point (48°36.841′N, 123°30.987′W) and Brentwood Bay (48°34.641′N, 123°27.888′W)January 1 to December 31
8Snug Cove (49°22.799′N, 123°19.762′W) and Horseshoe Bay (49°22.6′N, 123°16.162′W)January 1 to December 31
9Saltery Bay (49°46.871′N, 124°10.626′W) and Earls Cove (49°45.214′N, 124°00.506′W)January 1 to December 31
10Crofton (48°51.948′N, 123°38.298′W) and Vesuvius Bay (48°52.875′N, 123°34.374′W)January 1 to December 31
11Fulford Harbour (48°46.127′N, 123°26.858′W) and Swartz Bay (48°41.364′N, 123°24.466′W)January 1 to December 31
12Langdale (49°25.912′N, 123°28.274′W) and Horseshoe Bay (49°22.6′N, 123°16.162′W)January 1 to December 31
13Buckley Bay (49°31.542′N, 124°50.88′W) and Denman Island (49°32.09′N, 124°49.403′W)January 1 to December 31
14Gravelly Bay (49°29.58′N, 124°42.5′W) and Hornby Island (49°30.75′N, 124°42.333′W)January 1 to December 31

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