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11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (subparagraph revoked);

(2) (subparagraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:

(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt × | (L × A) | × C + Ke × (S × P); |

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $23.34/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $75.71/year.

For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $63.66;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5

The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $16.97;

(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;

(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (subparagraph revoked);

(2) (subparagraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:

(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt × | (L × A) | × C + Ke × (S × P); |

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $22.70/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $73.65/year.

For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $61.93;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5

The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $16.51;

(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;

(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (subparagraph revoked);

(2) (subparagraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:

(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt × | (L × A) | × C + Ke × (S × P); |

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $22.04/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $71.50/year.

For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $60.13;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5

The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $16.03;

(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;

(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (paragraph revoked);

(2) (paragraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:

(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt x (L x A) x C + Ke x (S x P);

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $21.38/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $69.35/year.(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $58.32;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $15.55;

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (paragraph revoked);

(2) (paragraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:

(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt x (L x A) x C + Ke x (S x P);

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $21.23/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $68.87/year.(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $57.91;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $15.44;

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (paragraph revoked);

(2) (paragraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:

(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt x (L x A) x C + Ke x (S x P);

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $20.81/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $67.52/year.(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $56.77;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $15.14;

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (paragraph revoked);

(2) (paragraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt x (L x A) x C + Ke x (S x P);

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $20.30/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $65.87/year.For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $55.39;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $14.77;

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (paragraph revoked);

(2) (paragraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt x (L x A) x C + Ke x (S x P);

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $20.10/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $65.22/year.For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $54.84;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $14.62;

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (paragraph revoked);

(2) (paragraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt x (L x A) x C + Ke x (S x P);

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $19.80/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $64.26/year.For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $54.03;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $14.40;

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (paragraph revoked);

(2) (paragraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt x (L x A) x C + Ke x (S x P);

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $19.61/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $63.63/year.For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $53.49;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $14.26;

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (paragraph revoked);

(2) (paragraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt x (L x A) x C + Ke x (S x P);

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $19.15/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $62.14/year.For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $52.24;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $13.93;

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (paragraph revoked);

(2) (paragraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt x (L x A) x C + Ke x (S x P);

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $18.92/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $61.40/year.For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $51.62;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $13.76;

11. The annual rent for a lease of exclusive rights is fixed as follows for each of the exclusive rights in the lease:

(1) (paragraph revoked);

(2) (paragraph revoked);

(3) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for outfitting purposes:(a) fishing in a salmon river or in a part thereof referred to in the Québec Fishery Regulations (1990) (SOR/90-214); the amount is calculated by applying the following formula:

Kt x (L x A) x C + Ke x (S x P);

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(b) fishing in a territory other than the territory referred to in clause a: $18.64/km2

(4) Lease of exclusive fishing rights, for purposes other than those of outfitting: $60.49/year.For the purposes of calculating the rent fixed in clause a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the first part of the formula expresses the intrinsic value of the territory where:(A): the accessibility of the territory on a scale from 1 to 6 (1 for rivers not accessible by road, up to 6 for rivers along asphalted roads);

(Kt): the territorial constant, equivalent to $50.86;

(L): the length of the river under lease, in kilometres;

(C): the residence of the holder of an outfitter’s licence;

Factor

i. for the holder of a resident outfitting licence: 1

ii. for the holder of a non-resident outfitting licence: 5The second part of the formula expresses the quantitative and qualitative value of the resource, where:(S): the annual average number of salmon taken, calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average;(P): the average annual weight of salmon calculated over a 10-year period ending in the year preceding the billing of the rent, where an average weight of 2 kilos or less is given a rating of 1, and where each 0.5 kilo exceeding 2 kilos increases the rating by 0.1. Years in which no salmon were taken do not figure in the calculation of the average.

(Ke): the resource development constant, equivalent to $13.56;