Pacific Aquaculture Regulations (SOR/2010-270)

Regulations are current to 2014-09-15 and last amended on 2010-12-18. Previous Versions

INCIDENTAL CATCH

 Unless the retention of incidental catch is expressly authorized by an aquaculture licence, every person who catches a fish incidentally must immediately return it, if it is alive, to waters outside the aquaculture facility in a manner that causes it the least harm.

KEEPING AND PRODUCING LICENCE

 Every holder of an aquaculture licence must

  • (a) keep the licence or a copy of it in the aquaculture facility and produce it on the demand of a fishery officer or fishery guardian; and

  • (b) when engaged in activities authorized by the licence outside the facility, produce the licence or a copy of it on the demand of a fishery officer or fishery guardian.

PROHIBITION

 A person must not engage in aquaculture or prescribed activities except under the authority of an aquaculture licence.

CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS

Fishery (General) Regulations

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Pacific Fishery Regulations, 1993

 [Amendment]

Marine Mammal Regulations

 [Amendment]

COMING INTO FORCE

 These Regulations come into force on December 18, 2010.