Vessel Certificates Regulations (SOR/2007-31)

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Vessel Certificates Regulations

SOR/2007-31

CANADA SHIPPING ACT, 2001

Registration 2007-02-15

Vessel Certificates Regulations

P.C. 2007-183 2007-02-15

Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities and the Minister of Natural Resources, pursuant to paragraph 35(1)(d) and section 120 of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001Footnote a, hereby makes the annexed Vessel Certificates Regulations.

INTERPRETATION

 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

“Act”

“Act” means the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. (Loi)

“Minister”

“Minister” means the Minister of Transport. (ministre)

“near coastal voyage, Class 1”

“near coastal voyage, Class 1” means a voyage

  • (a) that is not a sheltered waters voyage or a near coastal voyage, Class 2;

  • (b) that is between places in Canada, the United States (except Hawaii), Saint Pierre and Miquelon, the West Indies, Mexico, Central America or the northeast coast of South America; and

  • (c) during which the vessel engaged on the voyage is always

    • (i) north of latitude 6°N, and

    • (ii) within 200 nautical miles from shore or above the continental shelf. (voyage à proximité du littoral, classe 1)

“near coastal voyage, Class 2”

“near coastal voyage, Class 2” means a voyage

  • (a) that is not a sheltered waters voyage; and

  • (b) during which the vessel engaged on the voyage is always

    • (i) within 25 nautical miles from shore in waters contiguous to Canada, the United States (except Hawaii) or Saint Pierre and Miquelon, and

    • (ii) within 100 nautical miles from a place of refuge. (voyage à proximité du littoral, classe 2)

“sheltered waters voyage”

“sheltered waters voyage” means a voyage

  • (a) that is in Canada on a lake, or a river above tidal waters, where a vessel can never be further than one nautical mile from the closest shore;

  • (b) that is on the waters listed in column 1 of an item of Schedule 1 during the period specified in column 2 of that item; or

  • (c) that is made by a ferry between two or more points listed in column 1 of an item of Schedule 2 during the period specified in column 2 of that item. (voyage en eaux abritées)

“SOLAS”

“SOLAS” means the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, and the Protocol of 1988 relating to the Convention, as amended from time to time. (SOLAS)

“unlimited voyage”

“unlimited voyage” means a voyage that is not a sheltered waters voyage, a near coastal voyage, Class 2 or a near coastal voyage, Class 1. (voyage illimité)

APPLICATION

  •  (1) These Regulations apply in respect of Canadian vessels everywhere and foreign vessels in Canadian waters.

  • (2) These Regulations apply in respect of vessels that are capable of engaging in the drilling for, or the production, conservation or processing of, oil or gas.

CANADIAN VESSEL CERTIFICATES — REGULATION 12 OF CHAPTER I OF SOLAS

Passenger Ship Safety Certificates

  •  (1) On application by the authorized representative of a Canadian vessel, the Minister shall issue a Passenger Ship Safety Certificate to the vessel if the applicable requirements under the Act regarding the following are met:

    • (a) the vessel’s structure and its main and auxiliary machinery, boilers and other pressure vessels;

    • (b) watertight subdivision arrangements and details;

    • (c) subdivision load lines;

    • (d) structural fire protection, fire safety systems and appliances and fire control plans;

    • (e) life-saving appliances and the equipment of the lifeboats, life rafts and rescue boats;

    • (f) line-throwing appliances and radio installations used in life-saving appliances;

    • (g) radio installations;

    • (h) shipborne navigational equipment, means of embarkation for pilots and charts and nautical publications; and

    • (i) lights, shapes, means of making sound signals and distress signals.

  • (2) The authorized representative of a Canadian vessel that holds a Passenger Ship Safety Certificate shall ensure that the vessel undergoes the inspections required by regulation 7(a)(iii) of Chapter I of SOLAS.

Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificates

  •  (1) On application by the authorized representative of a Canadian vessel, the Minister shall issue a Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate to the vessel if the applicable requirements under the Act regarding the following are met:

    • (a) fire safety systems and appliances and fire control plans;

    • (b) life-saving appliances and the equipment of the lifeboats, life rafts and rescue boats;

    • (c) the provision of line-throwing appliances and radio installations used in life-saving appliances;

    • (d) shipborne navigational equipment, means of embarkation for pilots and charts and nautical publications; and

    • (e) lights, shapes, means of making sound signals and distress signals.

  • (2) The authorized representative of a Canadian vessel that holds a Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate shall ensure that

    • (a) the vessel undergoes the inspections required by regulation 8(a)(iii) to (v) of Chapter I of SOLAS; and

    • (b) the Certificate is endorsed as required by regulation 8(c) of that Chapter.

Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificates

  •  (1) On application by the authorized representative of a Canadian vessel, the Minister shall issue a Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate to the vessel if the applicable requirements under the Act regarding the following are met:

    • (a) the vessel’s structure and its main and auxiliary machinery, boilers and other pressure vessels;

    • (b) watertight subdivision arrangements and details; and

    • (c) structural fire protection.

  • (2) The authorized representative of a Canadian vessel that holds a Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate shall ensure that

    • (a) the vessel undergoes the inspections required by regulation 10(a)(iii) to (vi) of Chapter I of SOLAS; and

    • (b) the Certificate is endorsed as required by regulation 10(c) of that Chapter.

Exemption Certificates

 On application by the authorized representative of a Canadian vessel, the Minister shall issue an Exemption Certificate to the vessel if an exemption has been granted in respect of requirements under the Act that are required to be met for the issuance of a certificate under any of sections 3 to 5.

Records of Equipment

  •  (1) The Minister shall include with the certificates issued under sections 3 and 4 records of equipment in the form set out in the Appendix to SOLAS.

  • (2) The master of a vessel that holds a certificate issued under section 3 or 4 shall ensure that the record of equipment included with the certificate is permanently attached to it.

FOREIGN VESSELS

  •  (1) The authorized representative of a foreign vessel in Canadian waters shall ensure that

    • (a) the documents required to be carried on board by an international convention, protocol or resolution listed in Schedule 1 to the Act are on board; and

    • (b) the requirements that were to be met for the issuance of those documents are met.

  • (2) The authorized representative of a foreign vessel shall ensure that the vessel is crewed in accordance with the vessel’s Safe Manning Document or an equivalent document.

  • (3) The authorized representative of a foreign vessel that holds a document required by subsection (1) shall ensure that the vessel undergoes any periodic inspections required in respect of the document under an international convention, protocol or resolution that is listed in Schedule 1 to the Act and, if the convention, protocol or resolution requires that the document be endorsed following such an inspection, that the document is endorsed as required.

  • (4) This section does not apply in respect of international ship security certificates or interim international ship security certificates.

CANADIAN VESSEL INSPECTION CERTIFICATES

Application

  •  (1) Sections 10 and 11 apply in respect of the following Canadian vessels if they are not Safety Convention vessels:

    • (a) vessels of 15 gross tonnage or less that carry more than 12 passengers;

    • (b) vessels of more than 15 gross tonnage;

    • (c) vessels fitted with a boiler that operates at a pressure in excess of 103 kPa; and

    • (d) vessels fitted with an unfired pressure vessel.

  • (2) Sections 10 and 11 do not apply in respect of

    • (a) pleasure craft; or

    • (b) inflatable vessels, other than motorized rigid-hull inflatable vessels, that carry persons on an excursion in Canadian waters for remuneration and are controlled by a guide.

Certificates

  •  (1) No vessel shall engage on a voyage unless it holds a certificate issued under subsection (2).

  • (2) On application by the authorized representative of a vessel, the Minister shall issue an inspection certificate to the vessel if the requirements under the Act that apply in respect of the vessel when engaged in its intended service are met.

Terms and Conditions

  •  (1) The Minister may impose terms and conditions in an inspection certificate issued to a vessel that

    • (a) reflect requirements under the Act that apply in respect of the vessel when engaged in its intended service, including restricting the vessel to its intended service; or

    • (b) set out limits determined in accordance with subsection (2).

  • (2) The certificate shall set out terms and conditions that limit the sheltered waters voyages, near coastal voyages, Class 2, near coastal voyages, Class 1 or unlimited voyages on which the vessel may engage, if the Minister determines that the limits are necessary based on the vessel’s construction, equipment and stability and design criteria taking into consideration the following criteria in the vessel’s intended area of operation:

    • (a) the wave height;

    • (b) the wind velocity;

    • (c) the current;

    • (d) the visibility;

    • (e) the proximity to assistance, to a place of refuge or to shore;

    • (f) the navigation hazards;

    • (g) the communications coverage;

    • (h) the average depth of the water;

    • (i) the water temperature;

    • (j) the air temperature; and

    • (k) the maximum tide range.

COMING INTO FORCE

Footnote * These Regulations come into force on the day on which section 2 of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001, chapter 26 of the Statutes of Canada, 2001, comes into force.

SCHEDULE 1(Section 1)SHELTERED WATERS VOYAGES — WATERS

PART 1

ONTARIO

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
Lake Huron and Georgian Bay Region
1.The waters of the North Channel in Lake Huron east of a line drawn from Bruce Mines to De Tour Light, Michigan, in the United States and west of a line drawn from Red Rock Point at the east end of Killarney to Cape Smith on Manitoulin IslandBeginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
2.The waters of Parry Sound (sound) and the waters off Thirty Thousand Islands east of a line drawn from the southwest end of Franklin Island to the northeast end of Sandy Island and from the southwest end of Sandy Island to the east side of Fryingpan IslandBeginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
3.The waters of Colpoy’s Bay southwest of a line drawn from Cameron Point to Gravelly PointBeginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
4.The waters of Georgian Bay east of a line drawn in a northerly direction from the mainland at 44°51.5′N, 80°0.5′W to the southern tip of Giants Tomb Island and south of a line drawn from the northern tip of Giants Tomb Island to the mainland at Cognashene Point, including the waters of Severn Sound and Penetanguishene and Midland HarboursBeginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
5.The waters of Lake Huron south of light #7 (Lake Huron Cut) and west of longitude 82°24′W and the waters of the St. Clair River and the Detroit River north of latitude 42°3′N at Bar Point, but not including Lake St. ClairBeginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
6.The waters of Saint Marys River south of a line drawn from North Gros Cap, Ontario, to Point Iroquois, Michigan, in the United States and north of a line from De Tour Village, Michigan, in the United States to Barbed Point on Drummond Island, Michigan, in the United States, and not east of a line drawn from Chippewa Point on Drummond Island to Big Point on St. Joseph IslandBeginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
Lake Erie Region
7.The waters of Inner Bay and Long Point Bay west of a line from Port Dover harbour to the southern tip of Long Point (42°33′N, 80°3′W)Beginning on May 1 and ending on October 31
Lake Ontario Region
8.The waters of Toronto Outer HarbourBeginning on May 1 and ending on October 31
9.The waters of Presqu’ile Bay (off Brighton) not seaward of Presqu’ile Point in the west, including all of the waters of the Murray Canal, the Bay of Quinte, Big Bay, Muscote Bay, Long Reach, Adolphus Reach and the waters of the North Channel, including Collins Bay, north of a line drawn from Amherst Island (44°10.8′N, 76°37.1′W) to Salmon Island, thence to Snake Island and thence to Nine Mile Point on Simcoe IslandBeginning on May 1 and ending on October 31
10.The waters east of a line drawn one mile west of Nine Mile Point on Simcoe Island to Long Point on Wolfe Island and thence to Bear Point on Wolfe IslandBeginning on May 1 and ending on October 31
11.The waters of the St. Lawrence Seaway east of a line joining Bear Point to 44°6.1′N, 76°23.6′W and thence to Dablon Point (44°0.7′N, 76°21.6′W), including all of the St. Lawrence River up to the Ontario and Quebec borderBeginning on May 1 and ending on October 31
12.The waters of Cook’s Bay on Lake Simcoe south of a line drawn from Jacksons Point to the north tip of Fox Island and continuing to a point at Leonards Beach (44°20.3′N, 79°32′W)Beginning on May 1 and ending on October 31
13.The waters of Kempenfelt Bay on Lake Simcoe west of a line drawn from 44°26.1′N, 79°31.5′W to Big Bay PointBeginning on May 1 and ending on October 31
14.The waters of Rice Lake and Lake Couchiching on the Trent-Severn WaterwayBeginning on May 1 and ending on October 31
Lake Superior Region
15.The waters of Lake of the Woods north of latitude 49°NBeginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
16.Thunder Bay HarbourBeginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
17.Black BayBeginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
18.Nipigon BayBeginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
19.Trout Lake (51°12′N, 93°19′W)Beginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
20.Big Trout Lake (51°0′N, 94°30′W)Beginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
21.North Caribou Lake (52°47′N, 90°44′W)Beginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
22.Lake St. Joseph (51°5′N, 90°22′W)Beginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
23.Weagamow Lake (52°54′N, 91°21′W)Beginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
24.Windigo Lake (52°34′N, 91°30′W)Beginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
25.Winisk Lake (52°52′N, 87°16′W)Beginning on May 15 and ending on October 15
26.Wunnumin Lake (52°55′N, 89°8′W)Beginning on May 15 and ending on October 15

PART 2

QUEBEC

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1.Lake Champlain, in the waters of Missisquoi Bay north of latitude 45°1′NBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
2.Deux Montagnes Lake (45°30′N, 74°12′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
3.Mégantic Lake (45°30′N, 70°53′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
4.Memphrémagog Lake (45°1′N, 72°14′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
5.Lake Saint-François (45°13′N, 74°14′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
6.Lake Saint-Louis (45°24′N, 73°50′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
7.The waters of the St. Lawrence River between Trois-Rivières and Saint-Jean, île d’Orléans, west as far as longitude 72°40′W and east as far as longitude 70°53′WBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
8.The waters of the Saguenay River west of a line running between Pointe Noire (48°7.433′N, 69°42.979′W) and Pointe Rouge (48°8.098′N, 69°42.08′W)Beginning on May 1 and ending on October 31
9.The waters of Lake Saint-Pierre west as far as longitude 72°58′W and east as far as longitude 72°40′WBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
10.The waters of the Mingan Archipelago west as far as longitude 64°14′W, east as far as longitude 64°27′W and south as far as latitude 50°10′NBeginning on May 1 and ending on August 31
11.The waters of Sept Îles Bay as far as a line drawn between the following coordinates: 50°8.5′N, 66°31.5′W to 50°4.5′N, 66°23.5′W thence to 50°8′N, 66°15′W and thence to 50°12.8′N, 66°13.5′WBeginning on May 1 and ending on September 30
12.The waters of Havre aux Maisons Lagoon (Magdalen Islands)Beginning on April 1 and ending on December 31
13.The waters of Grande Entrée Bay (Magdalen Islands), including Grande Entrée Lagoon, as far as a line drawn from the northern light on the wharf at Grande-Entrée (47°33.377′N, 61°33.793′W) to the eastern tip of Sud Dune (47°33.547′N, 61°35.454′W)Beginning on April 1 and ending on December 31
14.In the waters of Plaisance Bay (Magdalen Islands) as far as a line drawn from the western tip of the wharf at Cap-aux-Meules (47°22.594′N, 61°51.405′W) to the wharf at L’Île-d’Entrée (47°16.643′N, 61°43.1′W) and thence to the northeastern tip of Dune Sandy Hook (47°16.135′N, 61°46.779′W)Beginning on May 1 and ending on September 30
15.The waters lying within a radius of five nautical miles from the wharf at Percé (48°31.219′N, 64°12.652′W)Beginning on May 1 and ending on September 30
16.The waters of Gaspé Harbour east as far as longitude 64°24.8′W from the tip of Sandy Beach Point to the north shore of Gaspé HarbourBeginning on April 1 and ending on October 31
17.The waters of Gaspé Bay east as far as longitude 64°10′WBeginning on June 1 and ending on October 31
18.The waters of Chaleur Bay, including the Restigouche River, east as far as longitude 66°5′WBeginning on May 1 and ending on October 31

PART 3

NOVA SCOTIA

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1.Bras d’Or Lake, Great Bras d’Or and all waters connected thereto inside a line joining Carey Point (46°17.6′N, 60°25′W) and Noir Point (46°17.45′N, 60°24.8′W) and northwards of the seaward end of St. Peters Canal (45°39.2′N, 60°52.15′W)Beginning on May 1 and ending on October 31
2.The waters of Annapolis Basin and Digby Gut inside a line drawn between Prim Point lighthouse (45°41.5′N, 65°47.2′W) and Victoria Beach at the entrance to Digby Gut (45°41.3′N, 65°45.5′W)Beginning on May 1 and ending on October 31
3.Halifax Harbour and the waters inside a line joining the triangulation station on Osborne Head (44°36.75′N, 63°25.35′W) and the eastern extremity of Chebucto Head (44°30.15′N, 63°31.2′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31

PART 4

NEW BRUNSWICK

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1.The waters of Saint John Harbour inside the southern breakwater and inside a line drawn between the southern extremity of the northern breakwater (45°15.42′N, 66°2.72′W) and the most easterly point of Partridge Island (45°14.42′N, 66°3.08′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
2.The waters of Shediac Harbour westward of a line drawn between Cape Chêne (46°14.48′N, 64°30.7′W) and Cape Caissie (46°18.75′N, 64°30.6′W)Beginning on April 1 and ending on December 31
3.The waters of Miramichi Bay westward of a line drawn from the eastern shore of Neguac Beach (47°13.1′N, 65°1.3′W) to the eastern shores of Portage and Fox Islands and thence to the western point of Preston Beach (47°4.45′N, 64°57.05′W)Beginning on April 1 and ending on December 31
4.The waters of Nepisiguit Bay inside a line drawn between Youghall Point (47°39.3′N, 65°37.42′W) and Carron Point (47°39.1′N, 65°37.39′W)Beginning on April 1 and ending on December 31
5.The waters of Dalhousie Harbour and the Restigouche River westward of a line drawn from Miguasha Point (48°4.06′N, 66°17.6′W) in the Province of Quebec to the mouth of the Charlo River (47°59.3′N, 66°17.2′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
6.The waters of the Shippigan Bay inside the breakwater at Shippigan Gulley (47°43.1′N, 64°39.85′W) and south of a line drawn between Canot Point (47°48.6′N, 64°42.3′W) and Pokesudie Point (47°48.8′N, 64°44.8′W)Beginning on April 1 and ending on December 31
7.The waters of Miscou Harbour east of a line drawn between Black Point (47°53.2′N, 64°37.7′W) and Mark’s Point (47°53.9′N, 64°35.5′W)Beginning on April 1 and ending on December 31
8.The waters of Passamaquoddy Bay as far as Campobello Island and inside a line drawn at the northern entrance to that bay between East Quoddy Head (44°57.5′N, 66°53.9′W) and Deadmans Head (45°2.45′N, 66°47.05′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31

PART 5

MANITOBA

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1.The Churchill River and approaches, extending to an area five miles in radius seaward of Merry Rock (58°47.5′N, 94°12.2′W) located at the mouth of the riverBeginning on July 1 and ending on August 31

PART 6

BRITISH COLUMBIA

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1.The waters of Vancouver Harbour east of a line drawn from Point Atkinson to the “QA” buoy (49°16.6′N, 123°19.3′W), thence to the western end of the North Arm Jetty and thence to Point Grey, including False Creek and Indian ArmBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
2.The waters of the Fraser River east of a line drawn from Point Grey to the western end of the North Arm Jetty and following the western coasts of Iona Island and Sea Island, including the causeway between Iona Island and Sea Island, to a point on the south side of Sea Island at 49°11.2′N, 123°12.2′W, thence following a line from 49°11.2′N, 123°12.2′W to a position at 49°11.2′N, 123°12′W, thence south to a position at 49°7.85′N, 123°12′W, thence to a position at 49°8.3′N, 123°14′W, thence to a position at 49°6.15′N, 123°19.3′W, thence to a position at 49°5.4′N, 123°19.3′W, thence to a position at 49°7.4′N, 123°14′W, thence to Pelly Point (49°6.6′N, 123°11.2′W) and south following the west coast of Westham Island to the line of longitude 123°10′W and following that line of longitude south to a position at 49°4′N, and thence eastwards along the line of latitude 49°4′N to the mainland coastBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
3.All the navigable waters of Juan de Fuca Strait inside a line drawn due south from the mainland following the line of longitude 123°18.3′W to the southern tip of Trial Island (48°23.7′N, 123°18.3′W) and thence to the southern extremity of Albert Head (48°23.6′N, 123°28.8′W), including Esquimalt Harbour, Selkirk Water and the navigable streams flowing into Victoria HarbourBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
4.The waters of Alberni Inlet and the eastern channel of Barclay Sound as far west as Bamfield InletBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
5.The waters of Nanaimo Harbour, including all the waters enclosed by a line from Horsewell Bluff (49°12.7′N, 123°56.45′W) to Malaspina Point on Gabriola Island (49°11.5′N, 123°52.4′W), over Gabriola Island to the eastern extremity of False Narrows (49°8.1′N, 123°46.75′W), then west following the line of latitude 49°8.1′N to the western edge of Dodd NarrowsBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
6.Okanagan LakeBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
7.The waters east of a line drawn between Point Cowan (49°20.1′N, 123°21.6′W) on Bowen Island and a position at 49°14′N, 123°19.3′W off Sturgeon Bank, thence south following the line of longitude 123°19.3′W to the border between Canada and the United States at the 49th parallelBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
8.The waters of Howe Sound north of a line drawn from Gower Point to Cape Roger Curtis on Bowen Island, thence across Bowen Island to Point Cowan, thence from Point Cowan to a point at 49°17.8′N, 123°18′W and thence to Point AtkinsonBeginning on June 1 and ending on September 30
9.Quatsino Sound and all waters connected therewith as far west as Koprino HarbourBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
10.Jervis Inlet inside a line drawn between Thunder Point and Ball Point and all waters connected therewith not seaward of Fox Island in Telescope Passage, including the Agamemnon Channel and Pender Harbour, inside a line drawn between Fearney Point and Moore PointBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
11.Prince Rupert Harbour as far south as Charles PointBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
12.All of the bays, channels, inlets, and passages in the Gulf Islands west of a line starting in the north at the western edge of Dodd Narrows, thence east following the line of latitude 49°8.1′N to the eastern extremity of False Narrows (49°8.1′N, 123°46.75′W), thence along the western shore of Gabriola Island to Josef Point, thence to Cordero Point on Valdes Island, thence along the western shore of Valdes Island to Vernaci Point, thence to Race Point, thence along the western shore of Galiano Island to Rip Point, thence to Georgina Point on Mayne Island, thence along the western shore of Mayne Island to Campbell Point, thence to Grainger Point on Samuel Island, thence along the western shore to the eastern extremity of Samuel Island, thence to Winter Point on Saturna Island, thence along the western shore of Saturna Island to East Point, thence along a line in a south-westerly direction to Point Fairfax on Moresby Island, thence in a southerly direction to the eastern extremity of Gooch Island, thence continuing in a southerly direction to Wymond Point on Sidney Island, thence to Sallas Rocks and thence in a westerly direction to the northern extremity of Cordova Spit on Vancouver IslandBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
13.The waters of Clayoquot Sound east of a line drawn from Sharp Point (49°20.9′N, 126°15.6′W) to Cox Point (49°5.8′N, 125°53.3′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
14.The waters of Sooke Harbour, Sooke Basin, Sooke Inlet and Sooke Bay landward of a line from Otter Point to Possession Point on Vancouver IslandBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31

PART 7

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1.The waters of Charlottetown Harbour inside a line drawn between Canseaux Point (46°12.35′N, 63°08.42′W) and Battery Point (46°12.48′N, 63°7.58′W)Beginning on April 1 and ending on December 31
2.The waters of Summerside Harbour inside a line drawn between Phelan Point (46°23.4′N, 63°49.9′W) and Indian Spit breakwater (46°22.8′N, 63°49.05′W)Beginning on April 1 and ending on December 31
3.The waters of Cardigan Bay inside a line drawn between Panmure Head (46°8.7′N, 62°28′W) and Red Point (46°12.42′N, 62°28.25′W)Beginning on April 1 and ending on December 31

PART 8

SASKATCHEWAN

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1.Lake DiefenbakerBeginning on June 1 and ending on November 30
2.Redberry LakeBeginning on May 1 and ending on September 30

PART 9

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1.The waters of Humber Arm east of a line drawn from Frenchman’s Head triangulation station (49°3.7′N, 58°9.85′W) to McIver’s Point triangulation station (49°4.6′N, 58°8.7′W)Beginning on May 1 and ending on October 31

PART 10

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

Column 1Column 2
ItemWatersPeriod
1.The waters of Kugmallit Bay south of a line drawn from Skiff Point on its western shore to a point at 69°30′N latitude on its eastern shoreBeginning on June 1 and ending on October 31

SCHEDULE 2(Section 1)SHELTERED WATERS VOYAGES MADE BY A FERRY

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ItemPointsPeriod
1.Cochenour and McKenzie Island on Red Lake (51°4.3′N, 93°48.5′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
2.Glenora and Adolphustown (44°2.5′N, 77°3′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
3.Kingston (44°13.5′N, 76°28.3′W) and Marysville (44°11.4′N, 76°26.3′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
4.Kingston (44°13.5′N, 76°28.3′W) and Dawson Point (44°12.5′N, 76°25.2′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
5.Wolfe Island (44°8.6′N, 76°21.2′W) and Cape Vincent, New York, the United States (44°7.4′N, 76°20.1′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
6.Wolfe Island (44°10′N, 76°30′W) and Simcoe Island (44°10.5′N, 76°30′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
7.Millhaven (44°11.3′N, 76°44.2′W) and Stella (44°10.1′N, 76°42.1′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
8.At the east end of Howe IslandFootnote for

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, a point at 44°18.2′N, 76°11.3′W and a point at 44°18.3′N, 76°11.5′W
Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
9.At the west end of Howe IslandFootnote for

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, a point at 44°16.4′N, 76°19.4′W and a point at 44°16.2′N, 76°19.3′W
Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
10.Abitibi RiverFootnote for

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, a point at 49°17.5′N, 81°3.6′W and a point at 49°17.5′N, 81°3.7′W
Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
11.Moosonee (51°16′N, 80°37′W) and Moose Factory Island (51°15.5′N, 80°37′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
12.Cedar Point (44°48.3′N, 80°7.1′W) and Christian Island (44°49′N, 80°10.2′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
13.Virginia Beach (44°19′N, 79°17′W) and Georgina Island (44°21′N, 79°18′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
14.Any two or more of the following Toronto Transit Commission docks: the dock at Hanlan’s Point, the dock at Ward’s Island, the dock at Centre Island and the dock on the mainlandBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
15.The ferry berth on Bathurst Street at the Western Gap and the ferry berth at the Toronto Island AirportBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
16.The Royal Canadian Yacht Club ferry berth and Centre IslandBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
17.The Toronto Island Marina ferry berth and Centre IslandBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
18.The Queen City Yacht Club ferry berth and Centre IslandBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
19.The Island Yacht Club ferry berth and Centre IslandBeginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
20.Sombra, Ontario (42°42.5′N, 82°28.5′W) and Marine City, Michigan, in the United States (42°42.5′N, 82°29.2′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
21.Any two or more of the following: the Ontario terminal of Walpole Island (42°37′N, 82°30.5′W), Algonac, Michigan, in the United States (42°37′N, 82°31′W), and Russell Island, Michigan, in the United States (42°36′N, 82°31′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
22.Amherstburg (42°6′N, 83°6.5′W) and Bois Blanc Island (42°6′N, 83°7′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31

PART 2

QUEBEC

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1.The wharf at Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive (47°26.926′N, 70°21.91′W) and the wharf at Île-aux-Coudres (47°25.26′N, 70°23.546′W)Beginning on June 1 and ending on March 31
2.The wharf at Montmagny (46°59.41′N, 70°33.216′W) and the wharf at Aux Grues Island (47°3.3′N, 70°31.894′W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
3.The wharf of the municipality of L’Isle-Verte (48°1.5′N, 69°20.983′W) and the public wharf at La Richardière (48°2.363′N, 69°24.368′W)Beginning on March 1 and ending on November 30

PART 3

BRITISH COLUMBIA

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1.Quathiaski Cove (50°02′32.01″N, 125°13′01.08″W) and Campbell River (50°01′41.61″N, 125°14′32.31″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
2.Skidegate Landing (53°14′46.96″N, 132°00′31.60″W) and Alliford Bay (53°12′41.45″N, 131°59′18.43″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
3.Any two or more of the following: Port McNeill (50°35′31″N, 127°5′15″W) on Vancouver Island, Sointula (50°38′N, 127°1′30″W) on Malcolm Island, and Alert Bay (50°35′12″N, 126°55′50″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
4.Any two or more of the following: Swartz Bay (48°41′21.86″N, 123°24′27.95″W), Montague Harbour (48°53′30.22″N, 123°23′23.11″W), Sturdies Bay (48°52′36.09″N, 123°18′54.80″W), Village Bay (48°50′40.46″N, 123°19′29.00″W), Otter Bay (48°48′01.66″N, 123°18′37.35″W), and Lyall Harbour (48°47′53.63″N, 123°11′42.45″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
5.Any two or more of the following: Preedy Harbour (48°58′52.65″N, 123°40′46.05″W), Telegraph Harbour (48°58′12.21″N, 123°39′33.95″W) and Chemainus (48°55′33.59″N, 123°42′50.07″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
6.Nanaimo Harbour (49°10′00.36″N, 123°55′51.54″W) and Descanso Bay (49°10′40.12″N, 123°51′32.33″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
7.McPhail Point (48°36′50.44″N, 123°30′59.23″W) and Brentwood Bay (48°34′38.47″N, 123°27′53.26″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
8.Snug Cove (49°22′47.96″N, 123°19′45.73″W) and Horseshoe Bay (49°22′36.00″N, 123°16′09.74″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
9.Saltery Bay (49°46′52.24″N, 124°10′37.54″W) and Earls Cove (49°45′12.81″N, 124°00′30.33″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
10.Crofton (48°51′56.86″N, 123°38′17.89″W) and Vesuvius Bay (48°52′52.50″N, 123°34′22.41″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
11.Fulford Harbour (48°46′07.62″N, 123°26′51.50″W) and Swartz Bay (48°41′21.86″N, 123°24′27.95″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
12.Langdale (49°25′54.72″N, 123°28′16.42″W) and Horseshoe Bay (49°22′36.00″N, 123°16′09.74″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
13.Buckley Bay (49°31′32.50″N, 124°50′52.78″W) and Denman Island (49°32′05.39″N, 124°49′24.18″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31
14.Gravelly Bay (49°29.58″N, 124°42′30″W) and Hornby Island (49°30′45″N, 124°42′20″W)Beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31