P-9.3, r. 2 - Regulation respecting permits and certificates for the sale and use of pesticides

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15. A Class D “Non-Remunerated Work Permit” covers activities involving the use of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, carried on without remuneration and included in Subclasses D1 to D11 described below:
(1)  Subclass D1 “Aerial Application” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide by means of an aircraft, for any purpose and over any space to which an aircraft has legal access;
(2)  Subclass D2 “Aquatic Application” covers the application above water of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide on a boat’s hull and the application, using an application method other than by aircraft, of such pesticide in the sea, a gulf, a river, a watercourse, a lake, a pond, a swamp, a marsh, an ornamental lake or pond or a facility immersed therein, in order to destroy or control vegetation or an aquatic organism developing therein, except stinging insect larvas;
(3)  Subclass D3 “Application on Raw Land” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, using an application method other than by aircraft, in road, rail and energy transportation corridors, related service areas or accessory spaces, parking areas or outdoor storing areas, as well as on raw land, in order to destroy or control the vegetation growing thereon;
(4)  Subclass D4 “Application in Ornamental Horticulture” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, using an application method other than by aircraft; fumigation of a gas mentioned in Subclass D6 is not covered by this Subclass:
(a)  in every location where decorative or ornamental plants are cultivated, except in a building, in order to destroy or control plants and animals harmful to those plants, to control the growth of those plants or to protect them from parasitic diseases;
(b)  in pedestrian areas, or parking or sports areas, in order to eliminate plants growing therein; or
(c)  in ornamental lakes and ponds without a surface outlet flowing towards a drainage basin, in order to control or eliminate plants growing therein;
(5)  Subclass D5 “Application for Extermination” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, using an application method other than by aircraft, in order to destroy or control harmful vertebrate animals in places where they occur, to destroy or control invertebrate animals that attack harvested plants or parts thereof or to prevent and fight the parasitic diseases of those plants, and to destroy or control harmful invertebrate animals in the space enclosed by tarpaulins and in vehicles, containers, buildings and the areas around buildings, except for invertebrates harmful to plants; fumigation of a gas mentioned in Subclass D6 and pesticide application to control or destroy undesirable fish in an aquatic environment, to destroy or control invertebrate animals that attack seeds or to prevent and fight seed parasitic diseases are not covered by this Subclass;
(6)  Subclass D6 “Application by Fumigation covers the application of the following gases, for any purpose, by means of fumigation in a closed or confined space: methyl bromide, carbon dioxide, sulfuryl fluoride, ethylene oxide and phosphine;
(7)  Subclass D7 “Application in Forest Areas” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, using an application method other than by aircraft, in order to destroy or control animals, vegetation or parasitic diseases in forest areas, farm woodlots and other wooded spaces or spaces reserved for reforestation or the field production of plants intended for reforestation, and to eliminate or control plants on forest roads;
(8)  Subclass D9 “Application for Control of Stinging Insects” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, using an application method other than by aircraft, in an aquatic environment, in order to destroy stinging insect larvas, or in the atmosphere, in order to control adult stinging insects;
(9)  Subclass D10 “Application in Buildings for Ornamental Horticulture Purposes” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, except fumigation of the gases referred to in Subclass D6,
(a)  on ornamental or decorative plants cultivated in a building, in order to destroy or control plants and animals harmful to them, to control the growth of those plants or to protect them from parasitic diseases;
(b)  in any ornamental lake or pond located in a building, in order to control or eliminate the plants growing therein; or
(c)  on a strip not exceeding 1 m in width around a green house, in order to control or eliminate the harmful vegetation or animals in that strip;
(10)  Subclass D11 “Other Applications” covers the application of a Class D pesticide that is not included in Subclasses D1 to D10 and for which the application method, the purpose and the place of application are specified in the permit.
O.C. 305-97, s. 15; 71-2018O.C. 71-2018, s. 6.
15. A Class D “Non-Remunerated Work Permit” covers activities involving the use of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, carried on without remuneration and included in Subclasses D1 to D10 described below:
(1)  Subclass D1 “Aerial Application” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide by means of an aircraft, for any purpose and over any space to which an aircraft has legal access;
(2)  Subclass D2 “Aquatic Application” covers the application above water of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide on a boat’s hull and the application, using an application method other than by aircraft, of such pesticide in the sea, a gulf, a river, a watercourse, a lake, a pond, a swamp, a marsh, an ornamental lake or pond or a facility immersed therein, in order to destroy or control vegetation or an aquatic organism developing therein, except stinging insect larvas;
(3)  Subclass D3 “Application on Raw Land” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, using an application method other than by aircraft, in road, rail and energy transportation corridors, related service areas or accessory spaces, parking areas or outdoor storing areas, as well as on raw land, in order to destroy or control the vegetation growing thereon;
(4)  Subclass D4 “Application in Ornamental Horticulture” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, using an application method other than by aircraft; fumigation of a gas mentioned in Subclass D6 is not covered by this Subclass:
(a)  in every location where decorative or ornamental plants are cultivated, except in a building, in order to destroy or control plants and animals harmful to those plants, to control the growth of those plants or to protect them from parasitic diseases;
(b)  in pedestrian areas, or parking or sports areas, in order to eliminate plants growing therein; or
(c)  in ornamental lakes and ponds without a surface outlet flowing towards a drainage basin, in order to control or eliminate plants growing therein;
(5)  Subclass D5 “Application for Extermination” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, using an application method other than by aircraft, in order to destroy or control harmful vertebrate animals in places where they occur, to destroy or control invertebrate animals that attack harvested plants or parts thereof or to prevent and fight the parasitic diseases of those plants, and to destroy or control harmful invertebrate animals in the space enclosed by tarpaulins and in vehicles, containers, buildings and the areas around buildings, except for invertebrates harmful to plants; fumigation of a gas mentioned in Subclass D6 and pesticide application to control or destroy undesirable fish in an aquatic environment are not covered by this Subclass;
(6)  Subclass D6 “Application by Fumigation covers the application of the following gases, for any purpose, by means of fumigation in a closed or confined space: methyl bromide, carbon dioxide, ethylene oxide and phosphine;
(7)  Subclass D7 “Application in Forest Areas” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, using an application method other than by aircraft, in order to destroy or control animals, vegetation or parasitic diseases in forest areas, farm woodlots and other wooded spaces or spaces reserved for reforestation or the field production of plants intended for reforestation, and to eliminate or control plants on forest roads;
(8)  Subclass D9 “Application for Control of Stinging Insects” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, using an application method other than by aircraft, in an aquatic environment, in order to destroy stinging insect larvas, or in the atmosphere, in order to control adult stinging insects;
(9)  Subclass D10 “Application in Buildings for Ornamental Horticulture Purposes” covers the application of a Class 1 to Class 3 pesticide, except fumigation of the gases referred to in Subclass D6,
(a)  on ornamental or decorative plants cultivated in a building, in order to destroy or control plants and animals harmful to them, to control the growth of those plants or to protect them from parasitic diseases;
(b)  in any ornamental lake or pond located in a building, in order to control or eliminate the plants growing therein; or
(c)  on a strip not exceeding 1 m in width around a green house, in order to control or eliminate the harmful vegetation or animals in that strip;
(10)  Subclass D11 “Other Applications” covers the application of a Class D pesticide that is not included in Subclasses D1 to D10 and for which the application method, the purpose and the place of application are specified in the permit.
O.C. 305-97, s. 15.