SCHEDULE 1(Sections 1 and 2, paragraph 3(a) and section 4)Activities and Specific Exceptions

PART 1

Mining

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ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1On other than an Indian reserve, exploration for the purpose of quartz mining, or other activity in relation to exploration for the purpose of quartz mining, on a quartz grant

On other than an Indian reserve, a quartz exploration program if the activities do not take place under, or within 40 m of, an oil or natural gas pipeline, and do not involve any of the following activities:

  • (a) construction of a structure with a foundation, or the construction of a structure without a foundation intended for use for a period of more than 12 consecutive months;

  • (b) construction of an underground structure in which 500 t or more of rock is moved to the surface;

  • (c) use of a campsite by more than 10 persons at the same time;

  • (d) use of a campsite for more than 250 person-days;

  • (e) storage of petroleum fuel in a container with a capacity of more than 2000 L;

  • (f) storage of petroleum fuel if the total amount stored on all of the quartz grants in the program is more than 5000 L at any one time;

  • (g) cutting a line, for the purpose of carrying out a geophysical, geological or engineering survey, of more than 1.5 m in width or other than by hand or with hand-held tools;

  • (h) construction of a corridor of more than 5 m in width;

  • (i) construction of corridors if the combined length of the corridors on all of the quartz grants in the program is more than 0.5 km;

  • (j) establishing a road, re-establishing a road that has not been usable for more than five years by vehicles that it was originally designed to serve, modifying a road to provide usability for vehicles that are of different types than those it was originally designed to serve or any other upgrading or modifying of a road, other than for maintenance, repair or erosion control;

  • (k) on other than category A settlement land and category B settlement land, establishing a trail that is not a temporary trail;

  • (l) on category A settlement land or category B settlement land, establishing a trail, including a temporary trail, or using a temporary trail that was established for another program;

  • (m) on other than category A settlement land and category B settlement land, establishing a temporary trail or using a temporary trail that was established for another program, if

    • (i) the trail is 7 m or more in width or more than 1 m wider than the width of the equipment required for the program, or

    • (ii) the trail is used for purposes other than moving sampling equipment between test sites;

  • (n) on other than category A settlement land and category B settlement land, establishing a temporary trail, or using a temporary trail that was established for another program, if the combined length of those temporary trails on all of the quartz grants in the program is more than 3 km;

  • (o) trenching, for the purpose of obtaining geological information, of a total volume of

    • (i) more than 1200 m3 for each combination of three adjoining quartz grants in the program provided no quartz grant in the program forms part of more than one combination of grants, or

    • (ii) more than 400 m3 per quartz grant that is not part of a combination of three adjoining grants referred to in subparagraph (i);

  • (p) establishing a clearing, other than a corridor, that involves the removal of the vegetative mat within 30 m of a water body;

  • (q) establishing a clearing, other than a corridor, that results in more than eight clearings that are not corridors, including existing clearings, on any one of the quartz grants in the program;

  • (r) establishing a clearing, other than a corridor and other than for a helicopter landing pad or camp, having a surface area of more than 200 m2;

  • (s) establishing a clearing for a helicopter landing pad or a camp having a surface area of more than 500 m2;

  • (t) establishing a clearing having a surface area of more than 200 m2 for a helicopter landing pad or a camp that results in more than the following numbers of clearings of that size — including existing clearings — on any one of the quartz grants in the program:

    • (i) two clearings for helicopter landing pads,

    • (ii) two clearings for camps, or

    • (iii) one clearing for a helicopter landing pad and one for a camp;

  • (u) use of a vehicle off a road or trail, other than in winter, that applies more than 35 kPa of pressure to the ground;

  • (v) use of a vehicle, on a road or trail, with a gross vehicle weight

    • (i) that exceeds the design parameters of the road or trail, or

    • (ii) if the design parameters of the road or trail are unknown, that exceeds 40 t on a road or 20 t on a trail;

  • (w) use of vehicles, off a road or trail in winter, that have gross vehicle weights of more than 40 t and apply more than 35 kPa of pressure to the ground, over a distance of more than 15 km in total on all of the quartz grants in the program; or

  • (x) use of a total of more than 1000 kg of explosives in any 30-day period on all of the quartz grants in the program

2On other than an Indian reserve, placer mining, or other activity in relation to placer mining, on a placer grant

On other than an Indian reserve, a placer mining operation if the activities do not take place under, or within 40 m of, an oil or natural gas pipeline, and do not involve any of the following activities:

  • (a) construction of a structure with a foundation, or the construction of a structure without a foundation intended for use for a period of more than 12 consecutive months;

  • (b) use of a campsite by more than 10 persons at the same time;

  • (c) use of a campsite for more than 250 person-days in a 12-month period;

  • (d) storage of petroleum fuel in a container with a capacity of more than 2000 L;

  • (e) storage of petroleum fuel if the total amount stored on all of the placer grants in the operation is more than 5000 L at any one time;

  • (f) cutting a line, for the purpose of carrying out a geophysical, geological or engineering survey, of more than 1.5 m in width or other than by hand or with hand-held tools;

  • (g) construction of a corridor or trail of more than 5 m in width;

  • (h) construction of corridors or trails if the combined length of both the corridors and the trails on all of the placer grants in the operation is more than 0.5 km;

  • (i) establishing a road, re-establishing a road that has not been usable for more than five years by vehicles that it was originally designed to serve, modifying a road to provide usability for vehicles that are of different types than those it was originally designed to serve or any other upgrading or modifying of a road, other than for maintenance, repair or erosion control;

  • (j) creation of overburden piles of more than 3 m in height;

  • (k) trenching, for the purpose of obtaining geological information, of a total volume, in a 12-month period, of

    • (i) more than 1200 m3 for each combination of three adjoining placer grants in the operation provided no placer grant in the operation forms part of more than one combination of grants, or

    • (ii) more than 400 m3 per placer grant that is not part of a combination of three adjoining grants referred to in subparagraph (i);

  • (l) construction of ditches or drains having a total volume on a placer grant of more than 250 m3 in a 12-month period;

  • (m) removing trees, brush and vegetative mat from a total area on a placer grant of more than 600 m2 in a 12-month period;

  • (n) use of a vehicle off a road or trail, other than in winter, that applies more than 35 kPa of pressure to the ground;

  • (o) use of a vehicle, on a road or trail, with a gross vehicle weight

    • (i) that exceeds the design parameters of the road or trail, or

    • (ii) if the design parameters of the road or trail are unknown, that exceeds 40 t on a road or 20 t on a trail;

  • (p) use of vehicles, off a road or trail in winter, that have gross vehicle weights of more than 40 t and that apply more than 35 kPa of pressure to the ground, over a distance of more than 15 km in a 12-month period in total on all of the placer grants in the operation; or

  • (q) use of a total of more than 1000 kg of explosives in any 30-day period on all of the placer grants in the operation

3On other than an Indian reserve, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a mine — other than a coal or placer mine — but not including exploration for the purpose of quartz mining or other activity in relation to exploration for the purpose of quartz mining
4On an Indian reserve, exploration for or mining of, or other activity in relation to the exploration for or mining of, minerals, other than oil, natural gas or specified substances
5On other than an Indian reserve, exploration for coal, or other activity in relation to exploration for coal, or the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a coal mine

On other than an Indian reserve, exploration for coal, or other activity in relation to exploration for coal, or the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a coal mine, if the activities do not take place under, or within 40 m of, an oil or natural gas pipeline and do not involve any of the following activities:

  • (a) use of more than 50 kg of explosives in a 30-day period;

  • (b) use of a vehicle, of more than 5 t net vehicle weight or that applies more than 35 kPa of pressure to the ground, off a public road or off a road or trail maintained by a first nation;

  • (c) earth drilling using power-driven machinery that has an operating weight of more than 500 kg, excluding the weight of drill rods or stems, bits, pumps and any other ancillary equipment;

  • (d) hydraulic prospecting, moving earth or clearing land using a stationary power-driven machine other than a power saw;

  • (e) moving earth or clearing land using a self-propelled power-driven machine;

  • (f) establishment of a campsite for use by more than two persons at a time for more than 100 person-days;

  • (g) establishment of a petroleum fuel storage facility that has more than one container and a capacity of more than 4000 L;

  • (h) storage of petroleum fuel in a container that has a capacity of more than 2000 L; or

  • (i) levelling, grading, clearing, cutting or snow ploughing of

    • (i) a trail that is more than 1.5 m in width,

    • (ii) a right of way that is more than 1.5 m in width and is the right of way of a power line, pipeline, railway line or road, other than that of a public road, or

    • (iii) a route that is more than 1.5 m in width and provides access to land for the purposes of a geophysical, geological or engineering survey

PART 2

Industrial Activities

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ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a pulp mill or pulp and paper product mill
2

Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to,

  • (a) a magazine, within the meaning of section 2 of the Explosives Act;

  • (b) an explosives factory;

  • (c) a facility for the manufacture of lead-acid batteries;

  • (d) a metal smelter;

  • (e) a facility for the commercial production of non-ferrous metals or light metals by pyrometallurgy or high temperature electrometallurgy;

  • (f) a facility for the production of primary steel;

  • (g) a facility for the manufacture of chemical products;

  • (h) a facility for the production of pharmaceutical products;

  • (i) a facility for the manufacture of wood products that are pressure-treated with chemical products;

  • (j) a facility for the manufacture of plywood or particle board;

  • (k) a tannery;

  • (l) a facility for the manufacture of primary textiles; or

  • (m) a facility for the production of respirable natural mineral fibres

3Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a sawmill or a facility for the production of wood chips

Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to,

  • (a) a sawmill, if its production capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than 20 000 m3/year; or

  • (b) a facility for the production of wood chips, if its production capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than 20 000 m3/year

4Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, an abattoir or a food or beverage processing facilityConstruction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a food or beverage processing facility if the facility is, and in the case of a modification remains, producing less than 800 m3/day of wastewater
5Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a metal mill

PART 3

Oil and Natural Gas

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ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1On other than an Indian reserve, exploration for oil or natural gas, or other activity in relation to exploration for oil or natural gas
  • (1) On other than an Indian reserve, exploration for oil or natural gas, or other activity in relation to exploration for oil or natural gas, using an aeromagnetic survey

  • (2) On other than an Indian reserve, exploration for oil or natural gas, or other activity in relation to exploration for oil or natural gas, if the activities do not take place under, or within 40 m of, an oil or natural gas pipeline, and do not involve any of the following activities:

    • (a) use of more than 50 kg of explosives in a 30-day period;

    • (b) use of a vehicle, of more than 5 t net vehicle weight or that applies more than 35 kPa of pressure to the ground, off a public road or off a road or trail maintained by a first nation;

    • (c) earth drilling using power-driven machinery that has an operating weight of more than 500 kg, excluding the weight of drill rods or stems, bits, pumps and any other ancillary equipment;

    • (d) hydraulic prospecting, moving earth or clearing land using a stationary power-driven machine other than a power saw;

    • (e) moving earth or clearing land using a self-propelled power-driven machine;

    • (f) establishment of a campsite for use by more than two persons at a time for more than 100 person-days;

    • (g) establishment of a petroleum fuel storage facility that has more than one container and a capacity of more than 4000 L;

    • (h) storage of petroleum fuel in a container that has a capacity of more than 2000 L; or

    • (i) levelling, grading, clearing, cutting or snow ploughing of

      • (i) a trail that is more than 1.5 m in width,

      • (ii) a right of way that is more than 1.5 m in width and is the right of way of a power line, pipeline, railway line or road, other than that of a public road, or

      • (iii) a route that is more than 1.5 m in width and provides access to land for the purposes of a geophysical, geological or engineering survey

2On other than an Indian reserve, drilling, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, an oil or natural gas well or a seismic shot hole, but not including a hole drilled to obtain geological information
3On an Indian reserve, exploration for or production of, or other activity in relation to exploration for or production of, oil or natural gas
4Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a natural gas processing plant
5Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a plant for the liquefaction or storage of natural gas or re-gasification of liquefied natural gas
6Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, an oil or natural gas field facility
7Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, an oil or natural gas pipeline
8

Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to,

  • (a) an oil refinery;

  • (b) a facility for the production of liquid hydrocarbon products from coal;

  • (c) a heavy oil or oil sands processing facility; or

  • (d) an oil sands mine

PART 4

Energy and Telecommunications

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ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1Construction, installation, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a power line or a telecommunications line
2

Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to,

  • (a) a hydroelectric generating station;

  • (b) a fossil fuel-fired electrical generating station;

  • (c) a wind-powered electrical generating station;

  • (d) a wood-fired electrical generating station; or

  • (e) a wood-fuelled heating facility for the commercial sale of heat

Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a wind-powered electrical generating station if its production capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, 50 kW or less

PART 5

Wildlife

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ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1Establishment, operation or expansion of a game farm within the meaning of the Game Farm Regulations, Yukon O.I.C. 1995/015Operation of a game farm if the operation is consistent with conditions set out in a licence issued for that farm, under the Game Farm Regulations, Yukon O.I.C. 1995/015, that is in effect on the day on which these Regulations come into force, whether or not the licence remains in effect
2The introduction into Yukon, from outside Canada, for the purpose of sport, acclimatization or release from captivity, of a species of migratory bird not indigenous to Canada
3Collecting eiderdown
4Depositing oil, oil wastes or any other substance harmful to migratory birds in waters, or any area frequented by migratory birds, for scientific purposes
5For scientific or educational purposes, killing a migratory bird, taking or capturing and banding a migratory bird or taking its nest or eggsCapturing and banding a migratory bird for scientific or educational purposes
6At an aerodrome, killing an endangered species of migratory bird if the bird is considered to be a danger to aircraft
7Other than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, taking, possessing or capturing and banding a non-migratory bird for scientific or educational purposesOther than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, taking, possessing or capturing and banding a non-migratory bird for scientific or educational purposes as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species of non-migratory bird that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)
8Other than in a national park, national park reserve, national historic site and on Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, taking, possessing or capturing and releasing of wildlife, other than a bird, for scientific or educational purposesOther than in a national park, national park reserve, national historic site and on Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, taking, possessing or capturing and releasing of wildlife, other than a bird, for scientific or educational purposes as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species of wildlife that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)
9On other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, culling from a population of a species of wildlife, or destroying an entire population of a species of wildlife, for the purpose of protecting or enhancing the population levels of another species of wildlifeOn other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, culling from a population of a species of wildlife, or destroying an entire population of a species of wildlife, for the purpose of protecting or enhancing the population levels of another species of wildlife as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)
10On Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, taking or destroying a plant, mammal, amphibian, reptile, bird, fish, insect or invertebrate, of a species that is wild by nature, in accordance with a management plan approved by that Minister
11

In a wildlife area, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of

  • (a) an electrical generating station or electrical transmission line;

  • (b) a dam, dike, reservoir or other structure for the diversion of water;

  • (c) an oil or natural gas facility or oil or natural gas pipeline;

  • (d) a mine or mill;

  • (e) a nuclear facility;

  • (f) an industrial undertaking;

  • (g) a marine terminal;

  • (h) a railway line or public road;

  • (i) an aerodrome; or

  • (j) a waste management facility

12In a wildlife area, removing or damaging plants, carrying out an agricultural activity or removing or disturbing soil
13Importing wildlife from outside Canada that are to be introduced into the natural environment
14Transporting from Yukon live wildlife that are indigenous to Yukon and that are an endangered species or a threatened speciesTransporting from Yukon live wood bison
15On other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, an activity that threatens, either directly or through the alteration of habitat, the continued existence of a population of a species of plant, mammal, amphibian, reptile, bird, fish, insect or invertebrate, that is wild by nature in an ecoregion delineated on a map deposited with the Board for the purpose of this item by the Regional Director General, Yukon Region of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development on August 29, 2005On other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, an activity that threatens, either directly or through the alteration of habitat, the continued existence of a population of a species of plant, mammal, amphibian, reptile, bird, fish, insect or invertebrate, that is wild by nature in an ecoregion delineated on a map deposited with the Board for the purpose of this item by the Regional Director General, Yukon Region of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development on August 29, 2005, as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)

PART 6

Transportation

Column 1Column 2
ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1Construction, modification or decommissioning of an aerodrome
2Construction, installation, modification or decommissioning of aircraft manoeuvring lights or navigation aids for aircraft
3Flying military fixed-wing jet aircraft as part of a training program at an altitude below 330 m above ground level

Flying military fixed-wing jet aircraft as part of a training program at an altitude below 330 m above ground level if

  • (a) the number of flying hours planned is 25 hours or less in a calendar year; and

  • (b) the flying is on an aerial route established by the Minister of National Defence or the Chief of the Defence Staff for flying training under paragraph 4.2(f) of the Aeronautics Act before January 19, 1995

4Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a railway line, road crossing or utility crossingConstruction of a railway line across another railway line, or of a road crossing or utility crossing, in accordance with an agreement referred to in subsection 99(1) or 101(1) of the Canada Transportation Act
5Abandonment of freight operations on a railway line
6

Construction, modification or use, on a railway right of way, of a storage facility for ammonium nitrate or fertilizers containing ammonium, other than a storage facility for

  • (a) nitrocarbonitrates or other ammonium nitrate blasting agents; or

  • (b) fertilizers containing less than 60% ammonium nitrate by weight and not containing iron oxide, chromic oxide, inorganic salts of chromium, copper or manganese, powdered metals, sulphur, potassium chloride or any other ingredient in quantities that will appreciably sensitize or otherwise increase the hazard of ammonium nitrate

Construction, modification or use, on a railway right of way, of a storage facility for ammonium nitrate or fertilizers containing ammonium if its storage capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, 1360.79 kg or less, and if the facility is not a storage facility for

  • (a) nitrocarbonitrates or other ammonium nitrate blasting agents; or

  • (b) fertilizers containing less than 60% ammonium nitrate by weight and not containing iron oxide, chromic oxide, inorganic salts of chromium, copper or manganese, powdered metals, sulphur, potassium chloride or any other ingredient in quantities that will appreciably sensitize or otherwise increase the hazard of ammonium nitrate

7Construction, modification or use, on a railway right of way, of a chlorine tank car unloading facilityConstruction or modification, on a railway right of way, of a chlorine tank car unloading facility that complies with Parts II to V of the Chlorine Tank Car Unloading Facilities Regulations
8Construction, operation or modification, on a railway right of way, of a stationary bulk storage facility for flammable liquids
  • (1) Construction or modification, on a railway right of way, of a stationary bulk storage facility for flammable liquids that complies with the Flammable Liquids Bulk Storage Regulations

  • (2) Operation, on a railway right of way, of a stationary bulk storage facility for flammable liquids if its storage capacity is less than 13 638.27 L of water measured at 15.5°C and if the facility complies with the Flammable Liquids Bulk Storage Regulations

9Construction or modification, on a railway right of way, of a stationary bulk storage facility for anhydrous ammonia or liquefied natural gasConstruction or modification, on a railway right of way, of a stationary bulk storage facility for anhydrous ammonia or liquefied natural gas if its storage capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than 9092.18 L of water measured at 15.5°C and if the facility complies with the Anhydrous Ammonia Bulk Storage Regulations or the Liquefied Petroleum Gases Bulk Storage Regulations, as the case may be
10Construction, modification or decommissioning of a public road, including a public road used only in winter
11Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a bridgeOther than for placer mining, the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a bridge across a watercourse C other than a navigable watercourse C that is, at the point of the crossing, less than 5 m wide at its ordinary high-water mark

PART 7

Nuclear Facilities and Nuclear Substances

Column 1Column 2
ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1Preparation of a site for, or construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, a nuclear facility
  • (1) Construction, installation, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of

    • (a) a subcritical nuclear assembly;

    • (b) Class II prescribed equipment;

    • (c) a radiation device affixed to a nuclear facility; or

    • (d) a Class II nuclear facility, other than a Class II nuclear facility that employs a pool-type irradiator in which the form and composition of the nuclear substance in the sealed source is such that the nuclear substance would be readily dispersed in air or easily dissolved in water if the source encapsulation were ruptured

  • (2) Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a facility for the processing of nuclear substances, or for the manufacture of sealed sources, if the activity of the annual throughput of nuclear substances is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than 1 PBq (1015 Bq)

  • (3) Modification of any electrical, heating, fire-prevention, plumbing or security system, but not including a system that is intended to produce goods or energy, within a nuclear facility if the modification

    • (a) is not being carried out in, on or within 30 m of a water body; and

    • (b) is not likely to involve the release of a polluting substance into a water body

  • (4) Construction, installation, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of monitoring, safety or security equipment that is affixed or adjacent to a nuclear facility

2

Abandonment, disposal or release into the environment of a nuclear substance, if

  • (a) the nuclear substance is readily removable from and is not distributed throughout a substance, material, a device or equipment, and the quantity of the nuclear substance exceeds its exemption quantity; or

  • (b) the nuclear substance is distributed throughout and is not readily removable from the substance, material, device or equipment, and the concentration of the nuclear substance delivers an effective dose that exceeds 1% of the effective dose limit set out in column 3 of item 3 of the table to subsection 13(1) of the Radiation Protection Regulations

3Possession or use of, or other activity in relation to the possession or use of, a nuclear substance that is an unsealed source in a quantity exceeding 1 Pbq (1015 Bq)
4

Abandonment or disposal of a substance, material, a device or equipment the surface of which is contaminated with a nuclear substance that is not readily removable from the surface, if

  • (a) the contamination exceeds 3 Bq/cm2 averaged over a surface of not more than 100 cm2; and

  • (b) the dose rate at the surface of the substance, material, device or equipment exceeds 1 µSv/h

PART 8

Contaminants and Waste

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ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a land treatment facilityConstruction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a land treatment facility if its treatment capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than 3000 m3 of materials containing contaminants
2Removing, destroying or containing, or any other activity intended to reduce the exposure of human beings, animals and plants to, materials containing a contaminant found on a contaminated site

On other than Crown land administered by a Minister of the Government of Canada, removing, destroying or containing, or any other activity intended to reduce the exposure of human beings, animals and plants to, materials containing a contaminant found on a contaminated site if

  • (a) the activity takes place at a land treatment facility located on a site other than where the materials were found or, if the activity takes place on the site where the materials were found, involves less than 3000 m3 of those materials; and

  • (b) the materials were contaminated after April 1, 2003 or, if they were contaminated on or before that date, the materials do not come from one of the following sites:

    • (i) a site listed in section C, D or G of Appendix H to the Yukon Northern Affairs Program Devolution Transfer Agreement concluded on October 29, 2001, or

    • (ii) a newly-discovered site that is a site requiring remediation, within the meaning of that Agreement

3Operating or testing mobile equipment that destroys polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) by thermal or chemical means
4On other than an Indian reserve, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a facility used exclusively for the treatment, incineration, disposal, recycling or storage of special waste

On other than an Indian reserve, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a facility used exclusively for the treatment, incineration, disposal, recycling or storage of special waste, if

  • (a) its treatment, incineration, disposal or recycling capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than

    • (i) 20 t/year of waste oil,

    • (ii) 10 t/year of special waste, other than waste oil, generated as a result of the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles, or

    • (iii) 5 t/year of special waste not described in subparagraphs (i) and (ii); and

  • (b) its storage capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than

    • (i) 20 t of waste oil,

    • (ii) 10 t of special waste, other than waste oil, generated as a result of the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles, or

    • (iii) 5 t of special waste not described in subparagraphs (i) and (ii)

5On an Indian reserve, operation of a garbage dump or the disposal, storage or burning of garbage, liquid or semi-liquid substances, land-fill or scrap of any kind, or any combination of those activities
6On other than an Indian reserve, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of equipment for the incineration of special waste, excluding waste oil
7On other than an Indian reserve, open burning of solid wasteOn other than an Indian reserve, open burning of less than 50 kg of solid waste per day
8On other than an Indian reserve, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a solid waste disposal facilityOn other than an Indian reserve, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a solid waste incinerator if its burning capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, according to the manufacturer’s specifications, less than 100 kg of solid waste per day
9Incineration, disposal or recycling of toxic chemicals or their precursors set out in Schedules 1 to 3 to the Annex on Chemicals in the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on Their Destruction (United Nations), signed at Paris, France on January 13, 1993, as amended from time to time pursuant to Article XV of that Convention
10Incineration, disposal or recycling of the microbial or other biological agents or toxins referred to in item 1 of Article 1 of the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction (United Nations), signed at London, Moscow and Washington on April 10, 1972, as amended from time to time, as well as the weapons, equipment or means of delivery to use those agents or toxins

PART 9

Water

Column 1Column 2
ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1Drilling, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a well for the extraction of groundwater
  • (1) Operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity — other than drilling — in relation to, a well that is for the extraction of groundwater for domestic purposes

  • (2) On Crown land or settlement land in a municipality — including those settlement lands encircled by the municipality — a local advisory area, or a mapped community, drilling a well that is for the extraction of groundwater for domestic purposes

  • (3) On Crown land or settlement land, drilling a well that is for the extraction of groundwater using power-driven machinery that has an operating weight of 500 kg or less, excluding the weight of drill rods or stems, bits, pumps and any other ancillary equipment

2Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a facility or installation — other than a well — that is for the extraction of groundwaterConstruction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a facility or installation — other than a well — that is for the extraction of groundwater for domestic purposes
3Direct use of water
  • (1) Other than for an electrical power undertaking, the direct use of less than 100 m3/day of water that is from a source other than an artificial reservoir with no natural inflow if the use is for

    • (a) an industrial undertaking — other than exploration for the purpose of quartz mining on a quartz grant, quartz mining on a quartz grant and placer mining on a placer grant; or

    • (b) a community undertaking

  • (2) The direct use of less than 300 m3/day of water that is from a source other than an artificial reservoir with no natural inflow if the use is for an undertaking that is not

    • (a) an industrial undertaking — other than exploration for the purpose of quartz mining on a quartz grant, quartz mining on a quartz grant not involving milling of ore or production leaching and placer mining on a placer grant;

    • (b) an electrical power undertaking; or

    • (c) a community undertaking

  • (3) The direct use of water from a watercourse for the construction of an ice bridge across the watercourse if the use is for an undertaking that is not

    • (a) an industrial undertaking;

    • (b) an electrical power undertaking; or

    • (c) a community undertaking

4Construction, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a watercourse crossing, other than one that is a bridge or is across navigable waterOther than for placer mining, the construction, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a watercourse crossing — other than one that is a bridge or is across navigable water — of a watercourse that is, at the point of the crossing, less than 5 m wide at its ordinary high-water mark
5Construction, installation, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a work within the meaning of section 3 of the Navigable Waters Protection Act — other than a bridge — that is on, over, under or through navigable water
6Removal or destruction of a wreck, vessel or other thing pursuant to section 16 of the Navigable Waters Protection Act
7Removal of a vessel or other thing pursuant to section 20 of the Navigable Waters Protection Act
8Watercourse training — such as that for the purpose of erosion control or that which is by means of a channel or bank alteration, artificial accretion, spur, culvert or dock — but not including the diversion of a watercourse
  • (1) Other than for placer mining, watercourse training, other than a diversion, of an intermittent watercourse

  • (2) Other than for placer mining, watercourse training, other than a diversion, of a watercourse that is, at the point of training, less than 5 m wide at its ordinary high-water mark

  • (3) Other than for placer mining, watercourse training that involves the removal or placement of less than 100 m3 of material and does not change the cross-sectional area of the watercourse at the point of removal or placement

9Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a structure for flood controlOther than for placer mining, construction of, or other activity in relation to the construction of, a structure for flood control that is to be in place for no more than 12 consecutive months
10Diverting a watercourse or increasing the diversion capacity of an existing diversionOther than for placer mining, diverting a watercourse that is, at the point of diversion, less than 2 m wide at its ordinary high-water mark
11Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a dam or dike, or other activity in relation to the alteration of flow or storage of water by means of a dam or dike
12Other than for an electrical power undertaking, the deposit of waste into water or in any other place under conditions in which the waste, or any other waste that results from the deposit, may enter water
  • (1) Other than for an electrical power undertaking, the deposit — above the ordinary high-water mark of a watercourse — of waste related to quarrying for an industrial undertaking, under conditions in which the waste, or any waste that results from the deposit, cannot enter surface water

  • (2) The deposit of waste related to an industrial undertaking — other than an electrical power undertaking, exploration for the purpose of quartz mining on a quartz grant, quartz mining on a quartz grant and placer mining on a placer grant — if the deposit is into water or any other place under conditions in which the waste, or any waste that results from the deposit, can enter water and is

    • (a) related to the cleaning or hydrostatic testing of a storage tank or pipeline that has never been used; or

    • (b) related to a cooling system and the waste does not contain biocides or conditioners

  • (3) The deposit — that is not into surface water or is not in any other place under conditions in which the waste, or any waste that results from the deposit, can enter surface water — of waste, if

    • (a) the deposit is related to placer mining in which chemicals are not used during the mineral recovery process;

    • (b) the deposit is related to exploration for the purpose of quartz mining or quartz mining and the waste is not from milling; or

    • (c) the deposit is related to a community undertaking, other than an electrical power undertaking, and the waste is deposited by means of a disposal system that serves 50 persons or less and is installed in accordance with the Sewage Disposal Systems Regulations, Yukon O.I.C. 1999/82

13Construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a facility or installation for the development or utilization of Dominion water-powers, within the meaning of section 2 of the Dominion Water Power Act

PART 10

Fisheries

Column 1Column 2
ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1Destruction of fishDestruction of fish by means of fishing
2Destruction, disruption or harmful alteration of fish habitat
3Deposit of a deleterious substance, as those terms are defined in subsection 34(1) of the Fisheries Act, into Canadian fisheries waters, within the meaning of section 2 of that Act, or in any other place under conditions in which the deleterious substance, or any deleterious substance that results from the deposit, may enter those waters
4Release of live fish into a fish habitat
  • (1) Immediate release of live fish into water from which they were caught

  • (2) A release of a species of live fish into a pothole lake, for the purpose of stocking the lake for public use, if a licence for a release of the same species of fish into that lake, issued under section 56 of the Fishery (General) Regulations, is in effect on the day on which these Regulations come into force, whether or not the licence remains in effect

5Transfer of live fish into a facility for the natural or artificial propagation of fishA transfer of a species of live fish into a facility for the natural or artificial propagation of fish if a licence for a transfer of the same species of fish into that facility, issued under subsection 4(2) of the Yukon Territory Fishery Regulations, is in effect on the day on which these Regulations come into force, whether or not the licence remains in effect
6

At a slide, dam or other obstruction to the free passage of fish, constructed on a river, an activity providing

  • (a) a sufficient flow of water over the spillway or crest of the obstruction to permit the safe and unimpeded descent of fish; or

  • (b) a sufficient quantity of water into the river bed below the obstruction so the fish below are safe and the spawning grounds below are flooded

7During a period of construction of an obstruction impeding the free passage of fish, an activity providing free passage for both upstream and downstream migration of fish

PART 11

Air Emissions

Column 1Column 2
ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1On other than an Indian reserve, quarrying, crushing or screening of mineralsOn other than an Indian reserve, quarrying, crushing or screening of minerals in an excavation covering an area of 4 ha or less
2Operation of equipment capable of generating, burning or using heat energyOperation of equipment that is not capable of generating, burning or using, according to the manufacturer’s specifications, heat energy of 5 000 000 Btu/h or more
3Use of fuel, having a concentration of more than 1.1% sulphur, for heating purposes, for generating steam or electricity or for combustion in an industrial process

PART 12

National Parks, National Park Reserves and National Historic Sites

Column 1Column 2
ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1In a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a structure, facility or installation
2In a national park or national park reserve, for the management of the park or park reserve or for scientific purposes, culling from or destruction of a population of a species of mammal, amphibian, reptile, bird, fish, insect or invertebrate that is wild by nature, including the eggs and embryos of such species
3In a national park or national park reserve, a recreational activity that is a business within the meaning of section 1 of the National Parks of Canada Businesses RegulationsIn a national park or national park reserve, a recreational activity that is a business within the meaning of section 1 of the National Parks of Canada Businesses Regulations, if the activity is the same as an activity carried out in the same location for which an assessment had been conducted in accordance with the Act and if less than five years have elapsed since the date of the last assessment
4In a national park or national park reserve, taking water from a watercourse or well for business purposes
5Supplying water from a national park or national park reserve to a community or resident of land adjacent to the park or park reserve
6In a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, establishment, expansion or relocation of a trail, campsite or day-use area
7Manipulation of an ecosystem function in a national park, national park reserve or national historic site
8In a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, the damage or destruction of a member of an endangered species, a threatened species or a species listed as one of special concern in Part 4 of Schedule 1 to the Species at Risk Act
9Removal, from a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, of a member of an endangered species, a threatened species or a species listed as one of special concern in Part 4 of Schedule 1 to the Species at Risk Act
10In a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, the damage, destruction or removal of fossils, archaeological resources or other heritage resources
11In a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, an activity that threatens, either directly or through the alteration of habitat, the continued existence of a population of a species of plant, mammal, amphibian, reptile, bird, fish, insect or invertebrate, that is wild by nature
12In a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, modification of a shoreline, stabilization of a slope or an activity to control erosion or drainage
13Removal of trees or shrubs for the purpose of establishing a viewscape in, or delineating the boundary of, a national historic site
14In a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, application by aircraft of a control product
15In a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, establishment, expansion, relocation or closure of a site for the disposal of garbage
16In a national park or national park reserve, cutting standing or fallen trees or removing fallen or cut treesIn a national park or national park reserve, cutting standing or fallen trees not exceeding 20 trees of a diameter at chest height of 15 cm or more per square kilometre, or removing that amount of that diameter of fallen or cut trees
17Landing or taking off of an aircraft in an area declared to be a wilderness area pursuant to subsection 14(1) of the Canada National Parks ActIn an area declared to be a wilderness area pursuant to subsection 14(1) of the Canada National Parks Act, dropping off or picking up persons or goods by aircraft, for management of the area

PART 13

Miscellaneous

Column 1Column 2
ItemActivitySpecific Exception
1Use of explosivesUse of 50 kg or less of explosives in a 30-day period more than 30 m from an oil or natural gas pipeline
2Use of a vehicle off a public road or off a road or trail maintained by a first nationUse of a vehicle, of 5 t net vehicle weight or less or that applies 35 kPa or less of pressure to the ground, off a public road or off a road or trail maintained by a first nation
3Earth drilling using power-driven machinery, other than that for the extraction of groundwaterEarth drilling, other than that for the extraction of groundwater, using power-driven machinery that has an operating weight of 500 kg or less, excluding the weight of drill rods or stems, bits, pumps and any other ancillary equipment
4Construction of a facility or installation across, on, along or under an oil or natural gas pipeline
5Excavation using power-operated equipment 30 m or less from an oil or natural gas pipeline
6Other than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, and except for a military field camp or a troop concentration in a designated area established on January 18, 1995 by the Minister of National Defence under section 4 of the National Defence Act, the establishment of a campsite

Other than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, and except for a military field camp or a troop concentration in a designated area established on January 18, 1995 by the Minister of National Defence under section 4 of the National Defence Act, the establishment of a campsite intended to be used

  • (a) by no more than two persons at a time or by more than two persons at a time for 100 person-days or less;

  • (b) for trapping or non-commercial gathering, hunting or fishing;

  • (c) on settlement land, for activities of a traditional cultural or spiritual nature; or

  • (d) on settlement land, to hold a political assembly or gathering

7Construction or modification of an aboveground storage tank system for dangerous goods, within the meaning of section 2 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992, other than petroleum productsConstruction or expansion of an aboveground storage tank system for dangerous goods, within the meaning of section 2 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992, other than petroleum products, if its capacity is, and in the case of an expansion remains, less than 4000 L
8On other than Crown land and settlement land, the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a storage tank system for petroleum productsOn other than Crown land and settlement land, the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a storage tank system for petroleum products if its capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, 100 000 L or less
9On Crown land or settlement land, the establishment of a petroleum fuel storage facilityOn Crown land or settlement land, the establishment of a petroleum fuel storage facility that has more than one container and a capacity of 4000 L or less
10On Crown land or settlement land, the storage of petroleum fuel in a containerOn Crown land or settlement land, the storage of petroleum fuel in a container that has a capacity of 2000 L or less
11On Crown land or settlement land, hydraulic prospecting, moving earth or clearing land using a stationary power-driven machine other than a power saw

On settlement land, moving earth or clearing land using a stationary power-driven machine other than a power saw if the activity is related to the construction or modification of one of the following buildings:

  • (a) a building used in relation to non-commercial gathering, hunting or fishing;

  • (b) a building used primarily for residential purposes and located in a municipality — including those settlement lands encircled by the municipality — a local advisory area or a mapped community; or

  • (c) a building used for an undertaking other than an industrial undertaking if there is another building located on the same, or on a contiguous, parcel that is already being used in the same undertaking

12On Crown land or settlement land, moving earth or clearing land using a self-propelled power-driven machine

On settlement land, moving earth or clearing land using a self-propelled power-driven machine if the activity is related to the construction or modification of one of the following buildings:

  • (a) a building used in relation to non-commercial gathering, hunting or fishing;

  • (b) a building used primarily for residential purposes and located in a municipality — including those settlement lands encircled by the municipality — a local advisory area or a mapped community; or

  • (c) a building used for an undertaking other than an industrial undertaking if there is another building located on the same, or on a contiguous, parcel that is already being used in the same undertaking

13

On Crown land or settlement land, levelling, grading, clearing, cutting or snow ploughing of

  • (a) a trail;

  • (b) the right of way of a power line, pipeline, railway line or road; or

  • (c) a route that provides access to land for the purposes of a geophysical, geological or engineering survey

  • (1) On Crown land or settlement land, levelling, grading, clearing, cutting or snow ploughing of

    • (a) a trail that is 1.5 m or less in width;

    • (b) a right of way that is 1.5 m or less in width and is the right of way of a power line, pipeline, railway line or road;

    • (c) a route that is 1.5 m or less in width and provides access to land for the purposes of a geophysical, geological or engineering survey; or

    • (d) the right of way of a public road

  • (2) On settlement land, levelling, grading, clearing, cutting or snow ploughing of a trail, the right of way of a power line, pipeline, railway line or road, or a route that provides access to land for the purposes of a geophysical, geological or engineering survey, if the activity is related to the construction or modification of one of the following buildings:

    • (a) a building used in relation to non-commercial gathering, hunting or fishing;

    • (b) a building used primarily for residential purposes and located in a municipality — including those settlement lands encircled by the municipality — a local advisory area or a mapped community; or

    • (c) a building used for an undertaking other than an industrial undertaking if there is another building located on the same, or on a contiguous, parcel that is already being used in the same undertaking

14

Industrial development in any of the following locations:

  • (a) a park established under the Parks and Land Certainty Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 165, as a wilderness preserve, ecological reserve, recreational park or natural environmental park or as a park of any other type prescribed by regulation under that Act;

  • (b) an area set aside by a first nation law for purposes analogous to those set out in section 1 of the Parks and Land Certainty Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 165; or

  • (c) a wildlife area

15On Crown land or settlement land, other than an Indian reserve, the extraction of sand, gravel, stone, marl, loam, clay or volcanic ash

On Crown land or settlement land, other than an Indian reserve, the extraction

  • (a) for personal use and not for barter or sale, of less than 35 m3 of sand, gravel or stone per calendar year from land in relation to which the Governor in Council, a federal agency, the Commissioner of Yukon or a first nation has not granted any interest — other than an interest respecting minerals that are not specified substances — to a person other than the one who conducts the extraction;

  • (b) for personal use and not for barter or sale, of 15 m3 or less of loam per calendar year; or

  • (c) of sand, gravel, stone, marl, loam, clay or volcanic ash from a public pit or a pit subject to a lease issued under the Quarry Regulations, Yukon O.I.C. 1983/205

16Operation, decommissioning, abandonment or expansion of a gravel or sand pit or stone quarry

Operation, decommissioning, abandonment or expansion of a gravel or sand pit or stone quarry if the activities do not involve any of the following activities:

  • (a) use of more than 50 kg of explosives in a 30-day period or any use of explosives within 30 m of an oil or natural gas pipeline;

  • (b) use of a vehicle, of more than 5 t net vehicle weight or that applies more than 35 kPa of pressure to the ground, off a public road or off a road or trail maintained by a first nation;

  • (c) earth drilling using power-driven machinery that has an operating weight of more than 500 kg, excluding the weight of drill rods or stems, bits, pumps and any other ancillary equipment;

  • (d) hydraulic prospecting, moving earth or clearing land using a stationary power-driven machine other than a power saw;

  • (e) moving earth or clearing land using a self-propelled power-driven machine;

  • (f) establishment of a campsite for use by more than two persons at a time for more than 100 person-days;

  • (g) establishment of a petroleum fuel storage facility that has more than one container and a capacity of more than 4000 L;

  • (h) storage of petroleum fuel in a container that has a capacity of more than 2000 L; or

  • (i) levelling, grading, clearing, cutting or snow ploughing of

    • (i) a trail that is more than 1.5 m in width,

    • (ii) a right of way that is more than 1.5 m in width and is the right of way of a power line, pipeline, railway line or road, other than a public road, or

    • (iii) a route that is more than 1.5 m in width and provides access to land for the purposes of a geophysical, geological or engineering survey

17Extraction of specified substances from an Indian reserve
18On Crown land or settlement land, cutting standing or fallen trees or removing fallen or cut treesOn Crown land or settlement land, other than an Indian reserve and Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, cutting 1000 m3 or less of standing or fallen trees or removing that amount of fallen or cut trees
19Starting an open fire to burn forest debris that has been piled or gathered using machinery
20Use of lands on an Indian reserve for the purpose of Indian schools, the administration of Indian affairs, Indian burial grounds or Indian health projects
21Occupation or use of, or residence or exercise of rights on, an Indian reserve by a person who is not a member of the band for whose use the reserve was set apart
22Other than in a training area, test establishment or range established on January 18, 1995 for the testing of weapons by the Minister of National Defence under section 4 of the National Defence Act, testing of weapons for military purposes
23Other than in a training area or range established by the Minister of National Defence under section 4 of the National Defence Act, military field exercises or military field trainingOther than in a training area or range established by the Minister of National Defence under section 4 of the National Defence Act, military field exercises or military field training that does not involve more than 275 persons or more than 40 vehicles
24Construction of a training area, test establishment or range for the testing of weapons or for military training
25Construction, expansion or decommissioning of a military base or station
26On Crown land administered by a Minister of the Government of Canada other than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a structure, facility or installation
27On land under the administration and control of the Commissioner of Yukon or on settlement land, the construction, establishment, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a structure, facility or installation for the purpose of agriculture, commercial recreation, public recreation, tourist accommodation, telecommunications, trapping or guiding persons hunting members of a species prescribed as a species of big game animal by a regulation made under the Wildlife Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 229
  • (1) On land under the administration and control of the Commissioner of Yukon, or on settlement land, in a municipality — including those settlement lands encircled by the municipality — the construction, establishment, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a structure, facility or installation for the purpose of agriculture, commercial recreation, public recreation, tourist accommodation, telecommunications, trapping or guiding persons hunting members of a species prescribed as a species of big game animal by a regulation made under the Wildlife Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 229

  • (2) In a local advisory area or mapped community, on land under the administration and control of the Commissioner of Yukon or on settlement land, the construction, establishment, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a structure, facility or installation used for the purpose of agriculture, commercial recreation, public recreation, tourist accommodation, telecommunications, trapping or guiding persons hunting members of a species prescribed as a species of big game animal by a regulation made under the Wildlife Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 229, if there is another structure, facility or installation located on the same parcel that is already being used in the same undertaking

28A commercial wilderness tourism activity that involves horseback riding, or the use of rafts or motorized boats, for which the operator employs more than 10 guides in a 12-month period
29A commercial wilderness tourism activity that involves the use of off-road vehicles for which the operator employs more than five guides in a 12-month period
30Application of a control product that has a product class designation of “RESTRICTED” on the label as required by the Pest Control Products RegulationsOther than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, application of Bacillus thuringiensis spp. to water that contains mosquito or black fly larvae and that is not a direct source of drinking water for human beings
31On Crown land or settlement land, application of a control product to control pests or diseases that threaten forest resources
 
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