S-3.1.01 - Dam Safety Act

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4. The following dams are considered to be high-capacity dams:
(1)  dams 1 metre or more in height having an impounding capacity greater than 1,000,000 m3;
(2)  dams 2.5 metres or more in height having an impounding capacity greater than 30,000 m3;
(3)  dams 7.5 metres or more in height, regardless of impounding capacity;
(4)  regardless of their height, retaining works and works appurtenant to a dam referred to in paragraph 1, 2 or 3, and works intended to retain all or part of the water stored by such a dam.
2000, c. 9, s. 4.