A-18.1, r. 0.01 - Regulation respecting the sustainable development of forests in the domain of the State

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3. No forest development activity may be carried out in the following places and territories:
(1)  a protected area, proposed or permanent, of Category I, II or III of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, constituted in accordance with the Natural Heritage Conservation Act (chapter C-61.01) or the Parks Act (chapter P-9) and entered in the register of protected areas, unless the carrying out of the activity is authorized under one of those Acts or pursuant to them;
(2)  an outdoor recreation centre;
(3)  a scenic outlook;
(4)  a developed campground;
(5)  a wilderness campground;
(6)  an accommodation centre;
(7)  a rest area;
(8)  an island whose area is less than 250 ha;
(9)  an observatory;
(10)  a public beach;
(11)  a water intake;
(12)  an archeological site;
(13)  a dock site with a boat ramp;
(14)  a restaurant or accommodation site;
(15)  a burial site;
(16)  a complementary vacation site;
(17)  an isolated vacation site or other land leased under section 47 of the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State (chapter T-8.1);
(18)  a grouped vacation site;
(19)  a projected site or place, referred to in subparagraphs 2 to 4, 6, 10, 13, 14, 16, 18 and 20, and indicated in a regional plan for the development of the public territory – recreation and tourism sector - or in a regional plan for integrated land and resource development;
(20)  a downhill skiing station;
(21)  a fish hatchery.
The first paragraph does not apply to archeological sites where the Minister has allowed, under the Sustainable Forest Development Act (chapter A-18.1), forest development activities to be carried out. The person carrying out the activities must however leave the soil intact. Furthermore, that person must harvest trees when the ground is frozen at a depth of at least 35 cm.
Before allowing forest development activities to be carried out on an archaeological site other than a site located in a classified or declared heritage site entered in the cultural heritage register referred to in section 5 of the Cultural Heritage Act (chapter P-9.002), the Minister consults the Minister responsible for the administration of that Act to obtain his or her opinion on the cultural interest of the site.
The carrying out of forest development activities on a classified or declared heritage site requires the authorizations provided for in the Cultural Heritage Act.
473-2017O.C. 473-2017, s. 3.
In force: 2018-04-01
3. No forest development activity may be carried out in the following places and territories:
(1)  a protected area, proposed or permanent, of Category I, II or III of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, constituted in accordance with the Natural Heritage Conservation Act (chapter C-61.01) or the Parks Act (chapter P-9) and entered in the register of protected areas, unless the carrying out of the activity is authorized under one of those Acts or pursuant to them;
(2)  an outdoor recreation centre;
(3)  a scenic outlook;
(4)  a developed campground;
(5)  a wilderness campground;
(6)  an accommodation centre;
(7)  a rest area;
(8)  an island whose area is less than 250 ha;
(9)  an observatory;
(10)  a public beach;
(11)  a water intake;
(12)  an archeological site;
(13)  a dock site with a boat ramp;
(14)  a restaurant or accommodation site;
(15)  a burial site;
(16)  a complementary vacation site;
(17)  an isolated vacation site or other land leased under section 47 of the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State (chapter T-8.1);
(18)  a grouped vacation site;
(19)  a projected site or place, referred to in subparagraphs 2 to 4, 6, 10, 13, 14, 16, 18 and 20, and indicated in a regional plan for the development of the public territory – recreation and tourism sector - or in a regional plan for integrated land and resource development;
(20)  a downhill skiing station;
(21)  a fish hatchery.
The first paragraph does not apply to archeological sites where the Minister has allowed, under the Sustainable Forest Development Act (chapter A-18.1), forest development activities to be carried out. The person carrying out the activities must however leave the soil intact. Furthermore, that person must harvest trees when the ground is frozen at a depth of at least 35 cm.
Before allowing forest development activities to be carried out on an archaeological site other than a site located in a classified or declared heritage site entered in the cultural heritage register referred to in section 5 of the Cultural Heritage Act (chapter P-9.002), the Minister consults the Minister responsible for the administration of that Act to obtain his or her opinion on the cultural interest of the site.
The carrying out of forest development activities on a classified or declared heritage site requires the authorizations provided for in the Cultural Heritage Act.
473-2017O.C. 473-2017, s. 3.