Gros Morne National Park of Canada Timber Harvesting Regulations (SOR/2005-204)

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Gros Morne National Park of Canada Timber Harvesting Regulations

SOR/2005-204

CANADA NATIONAL PARKS ACT

Registration 2005-06-28

Gros Morne National Park of Canada Timber Harvesting Regulations

P.C. 2005-1270 2005-06-28

Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of the Environment, pursuant to section 17 of the Canada National Parks ActFootnote a, hereby makes the annexed Gros Morne National Park of Canada Timber Harvesting Regulations.

INTERPRETATION

 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

“Act”

“Act” means the Canada National Parks Act. (Loi)

“authorized person”

“authorized person” means the person specified in a timber harvesting permit in accordance with paragraph 9(1)(b). (personne autorisée)

“Chief Executive Officer”

“Chief Executive Officer” has the same meaning as in subsection 2(1) of the Parks Canada Agency Act. (directeur général)

“child”

“child” means a son or daughter of a person or an individual adopted in fact by a person. (enfant)

“community”

“community” means any of the following communities in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, namely, Birchy Head, Cow Head, Curzon Village, Glenburnie, Neddy Harbour, Norris Point, Rocky Harbour, St. Pauls, Sally's Cove, Shoal Brook, Trout River, Winter House Brook and Woody Point. (collectivité)

“designated area”

“designated area” means the area or areas of land specified in a timber harvesting permit in accordance with subparagraph 9(1)(f)(iii). (zone désignée)

“harvest”

“harvest” includes any or all of the following, namely, the cutting, sawing, chopping, splitting and de-limbing of timber in the park. (récolte)

“harvesting season”

“harvesting season” means the period beginning on October 15 of one year and ending on April 30 of the following year. (saison de récolte)

“park”

“park” means Gros Morne National Park of Canada. (parc)

“possession”

“possession” has the same meaning as in subsection 4(3) of the Criminal Code. (possession)

“special timber”

“special timber” means timber that is especially suited for the construction of boats. (bois spécial)

“superintendent”

“superintendent” means the superintendent of the park. (directeur)

“temporary shelter”

“temporary shelter” means a structure that is constructed in such a manner and with such materials that it may readily be dismantled and removed, the sole purpose of which is to provide daytime temporary shelter from the elements during harvesting. (abri temporaire)

“timber”

“timber” means all trees — living, dying, dead, standing or fallen — that have grown in the park, and includes parts of those trees. (bois)

“timber harvesting permit”

“timber harvesting permit” means a permit issued under section 8. (permis de récolte de bois)

“waterbody”

“waterbody” means any permanent pond, lake or other body of standing water that is represented on a National Topographic Series (NTS) 1:50,000 map. (étendue d'eau)

“watercourse”

“watercourse” means any permanent river, stream, brook, creek or other flowing water that is represented on a National Topographic Series (NTS) 1:50,000 map. (cours d'eau)