9.1. The Government may also, by regulation,
(a) determine the cases in which an authorization issued by the Société is required to enter a park or to stay, travel or engage in activities in a park and the fees payable to obtain such authorization;
(b) exempt, in the cases it determines, any person or class or group of persons it identifies from all or part of the obligations imposed by section 6.1 or those prescribed in the regulation, on the basis, in particular, of a person’s age;
(c) confer on the employees of the Société or the other party to a contract made under section 8.1 or 8.1.1 any power or duty relating to the carrying out of section 6.1 and of the regulations made under this section;
(d) determine the obligations of persons who enter a park or stay, travel or engage in an activity in a park;
(e) determine which of the provisions of a regulation made under this section entail penalties under section 11.3 for their contravention.
The fees prescribed in subparagraph a of the first paragraph may vary according to the persons or classes or groups of persons which the Government may determine, in particular, on the basis of a person’s age.
The fees may also vary according to the times of the year or of the day determined by the Government at which persons enter the park, or stay, travel or engage in an activity in the park and, in the case of fishing, according to whether they hold a fishing licence for resident or for non-resident and according to the species to be fished.
Finally, the fees may vary according to the places frequented or the means used to enter or travel in such places, namely, on foot, in a vehicle or by boat or aircraft and, in the latter three cases, according to the type of vehicle, boat or aircraft or according to whether they are motorized or not.
1995, c. 40, s. 4; 1999, c. 36, s. 149; 2001, c. 63, s. 11.