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Newfoundland Regulation 2000


NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 59/00

NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 59/00

Wild Life Regulations (Amendment)
under the
Wild Life Act
(O.C. 99-225)

(Filed August 22, 2000)

Under the authority of section 7 of the Wild Life Act, the Minister of Forest Resources and Agrifoods, with the approval of the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, makes the following regulations.

Dated at St. John’s, August 22, 2000.

Kevin Aylward
Minister of
Forest Resources and Agrifoods

John R. Cummings, Q.C.
Deputy Clerk of the Executive Council

REGULATIONS

Analysis


        1.   S.111.1 Amdt.
Non-resident hunting


CNR 1156/96
as amended

      1. (1) Paragraph 111.1(1)(a) of the Wild Life Regulations is amended by adding immediately after the word "camp" wherever it occurs, the words "or a cottage".

             (2)  Subsection 111.1(1) of the regulations is amended by adding immediately after paragraph (b) the following:

          (b.1)  "cottage" means a cabin, cottage, country home, vacation home or other similar structure which is not a primary residence and which is owned by a resident of the province but does not include a co-operative camp or a property owned by a corporate person;

             (3)  Section 111.1 of the regulations is amended by adding immediately after subsection (7) the following:

             (8)  Notwithstanding subsection (5), north of 52° north latitude, a non-resident who is a paying guest of a commercial tourist establishment licensed under the Tourist Establishment Regulations enacted under the Tourist Establishments Act may angle for fish in inland waters provided that he or she

             (a)  returns to that tourist establishment each night;

             (b)  utilizes the services of a licensed guide; and

             (c)  does not fish within 2 kilometres, or a distance which the minister may establish, of an existing licensed outfitter camp site, lodge, cabin and related facilities.

             (9)  Notwithstanding subsection (5), a non-resident who is a guest of a resident of the province at a cottage located in Labrador may angle for fish in inland waters provided that he or she

             (a)  fishes in waters adjacent to that cottage;

             (b)  is accompanied by a licensed guide; and

             (c)  a fee is not charged and remuneration is not paid for the guide service or for lodging, accommodations or meals at that cottage.