National Parks of Canada Camping Regulations (SOR/80-127)

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National Parks of Canada Camping Regulations

SOR/80-127

CANADA NATIONAL PARKS ACT

Registration 1980-02-11

National Parks of Canada Camping Regulations

P.C. 1980-418 1980-02-08

His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of the Environment, pursuant to subsection 7(1) of the National Parks Act, is pleased hereby to revoke the National Parks Camping Regulations, C.R.C., c. 1116, and to make the annexed Regulations governing the use of public lands in the National Parks of Canada for camping purposes, in substitution therefor.

 [Repealed, SOR/2009-322, s. 12]

INTERPRETATION

 In these Regulations,

“camping permit”

“camping permit” means a permit issued pursuant to section 4; (permis)

“campsite”

“campsite” means an area of land in a public campground designated by the superintendent for use by the holders of camping permits; (emplacement de camping)

“Category A public campground”

“Category A public campground”[Revoked, SOR/91-236, s. 1]

“Category B public campground”

“Category B public campground”[Revoked, SOR/91-236, s. 1]

“Category C public campground”

“Category C public campground”[Revoked, SOR/91-236, s. 1]

“Minister”

“Minister”[Revoked, SOR/91-236, s. 1]

“Park”

“Park”[Revoked, SOR/91-236, s. 1]

“portable cabin”

“portable cabin” means a structure mounted on skids designed for use as living quarters; (chalet transportable)

“public campground”

“public campground” means an area in a Park designated by the superintendent for use by the public for camping purposes; (terrain de camping public)

“public picnic ground”

“public picnic ground” means an area in a Park designated by the superintendent for use by the public for picnic purposes; (terrain de pique-nique public)

“seasonal camping”

“seasonal camping” means the occupancy of a campsite by the use of a portable cabin or trailer for a period not exceeding 24 weeks during a calendar year; (camping saisonnier)

“serviced public campground”

“serviced public campground” means a public campground having central fixed structures equipped with cooking, washing and toilet facilities; (terrain de camping public aménagé)

“Superintendent”

“Superintendent”[Revoked, SOR/91-236, s. 1]

“tent”

“tent” means a portable and collapsible shelter made from

  • (a) canvas, cloth, synthetic or similar materials and supported by a pole, poles or ropes, or

  • (b) a pliable membrane that achieves and maintains its shape and support by internal air pressure; (tente)

“trailer”

“trailer” means a vehicle that is designed to be attached to or drawn by another vehicle, and is licensed under the laws of a province or under the laws of a country other than Canada and includes any vehicle that is designed, constructed or equipped to be used as living quarters or a sleeping place either permanently or temporarily; (roulotte)

“vehicle”

“vehicle” means a device in, on or by which any person or property may be transported or drawn on land. (véhicule)

  • SOR/85-427, s. 1;
  • SOR/86-706, s. 1;
  • SOR/89-142, s. 1;
  • SOR/91-236, s. 1;
  • SOR/93-166, ss. 9(E), 10(F).