P-9 - Parks Act

Full text
9. The Government may make regulations, in respect of a park, to
(a)  ensure the protection and conservation of the natural environment, or any specific element thereof;
(b)  divide it into different zones;
(c)  determine to what extent and for what purposes the public may be admitted;
(d)  fix the conditions governing any person staying, travelling or engaging in an activity in a park;
(e)  prohibit or regulate the possession and transport of arms, hunting gear or fishing tackle;
(f)  prohibit or regulate the use of boats, aircraft or any type of vehicle, motorized or not;
(g)  absolutely or partially prohibit fishing and determine the conditions on which fishing may be allowed;
(h)  regulate the transportation and possession of animals or fish;
(i)  prohibit or regulate the posting of bills;
(j)  ensure that the park is kept clean and orderly and the persons enjoy peace and quiet;
(k)  prohibit certain outdoor activities;
(l)  fix the conditions for participation in outdoor activities;
(m)  determine the cases where a person may be refused admittance or ejected;
(n)  entrust the employees of the Société or the employees of the other party to a contract made under section 8.1 or 8.1.1 with any power or duty connected with admissions or activities;
(o)  prescribe the rules of procedure to be followed at public hearings;
(p)  determine which of the prescriptions of regulations made under this section entail penalties under section 11.3 for their contravention.
1977, c. 56, s. 9; 1985, c. 30, s. 63; 1995, c. 40, s. 3; 2001, c. 63, s. 10.
9. The Government may make regulations, in respect of a park, to
(a)  ensure the protection and conservation of the natural environment, or any specific element thereof;
(b)  divide it into different zones;
(c)  determine to what extent and for what purposes the public may be admitted;
(d)  fix the conditions governing any person staying, travelling or engaging in an activity in a park;
(e)  prohibit or regulate the possession and transport of arms, hunting gear or fishing tackle;
(f)  prohibit or regulate the use of boats, aircraft or any type of vehicle, motorized or not;
(g)  absolutely or partially prohibit fishing and determine the conditions on which fishing may be allowed;
(h)  regulate the transportation and possession of animals or fish;
(i)  prohibit or regulate the posting of bills;
(j)  ensure that the park is kept clean and orderly and the persons enjoy peace and quiet;
(k)  prohibit certain outdoor activities;
(l)  fix the conditions for participation in outdoor activities;
(m)  determine the cases where a person may be refused admittance or ejected;
(n)  entrust employees with any power or duty connected with admissions or activities;
(o)  prescribe the rules of procedure to be followed at public hearings;
(p)  determine which of the prescriptions of regulations made under this section entail penalties under section 11.3 for their contravention.
1977, c. 56, s. 9; 1985, c. 30, s. 63; 1995, c. 40, s. 3.
9. The Government may make regulations, in respect of a park, to
(a)  ensure the protection and conservation of the natural environment, or any specific element thereof;
(b)  divide it into different zones;
(c)  determine to what extent and for what purposes the public may be admitted;
(d)  fix the conditions governing any person staying, visiting or partaking in any activity there and the duties payable for fishing there according as he holds a fishing licence for resident or for non-resident and according to the species of fish sought;
(e)  prohibit or regulate the possession and transport of arms, hunting gear or fishing tackle;
(f)  prohibit or regulate the use of boats, aircraft, snowmobiles or any other vehicle;
(g)  absolutely or partially prohibit fishing and determine the conditions on which fishing may be allowed;
(h)  regulate the transportation and possession of animals or fish;
(i)  prohibit or regulate the posting of bills;
(j)  ensure that the park is kept clean and orderly and the persons enjoy peace and quiet;
(k)  prohibit certain outdoor activities;
(l)  fix the conditions for participation in outdoor activities;
(m)  determine the cases where a person may be refused admittance or ejected;
(n)  entrust employees with any power or duty connected with admissions or activities;
(o)  prescribe the rules of procedure to be followed at public hearings;
(p)  determine which of the prescriptions of regulations made under this section entail penalties under section 11.3 for their contravention.
1977, c. 56, s. 9; 1985, c. 30, s. 63.
9. The Government may make regulations to:
(a)  ensure the protection and conservation of the natural environment, or any specific element thereof;
(b)  determine to what extent and for what purposes the public may be admitted;
(c)  fix the conditions governing any person staying, visiting or partaking in any activity in a park and the duties payable therefor;
(d)  prohibit or regulate the possession and transport of arms, hunting gear or fishing tackle;
(e)  prohibit or regulate the use of boats, aircraft, snowmobiles or any other vehicle;
(f)  absolutely or partially prohibit fishing and determine the conditions on which fishing may be allowed;
(g)  regulate the transportation and possession of animals or fish;
(h)  prohibit or regulate the posting of bills;
(i)  ensure that the park is kept clean and orderly and that users enjoy peace and quiet;
(j)  determine the various recreational activities that may be prohibited;
(k)  fix the conditions for participation in recreational activities;
(l)  permit, on such conditions as he may determine, the leasing of immoveables to provide sleeping accommodations, food catering or supply outlets necessary to the users;
(m)  prohibit or regulate the operation of supply outlets;
(n)  determine the cases where a person may be refused admittance or ejected;
(o)  determine the powers and duties of the employees;
(p)  prescribe the formalities and procedures to be followed at the public hearings provided for in section 4.
1977, c. 56, s. 9.