6. (1) Every person to whom a permit is issued under these Regulations shall
(a) where the permit is issued authorizing the person or a vessel in the charge of the person to engage in an activity, ensure that the permit is carried
(i) on the person while the person is engaged in the activity, where the permit is issued under subsection 11(2), 14(2), 15(2), 16(2), 19(2), 22(2), 44(2) or 45(2), or
(ii) on board while the person or the vessel is engaged in the activity, where the permit is issued under subsection 13(2), 17(2), 39(2), 40(5), 42(2) or 43(2);
(b) produce the permit at the request of the superintendent or an employee;
(c) comply with the terms and conditions specified in the permit; and
(d) notify the superintendent of any corrections to information provided in an application to obtain the permit as soon as possible after learning of them.
(2) No permit is transferable to any other person or vessel.
(3) The superintendent may cancel a permit where
(a) the purpose for which the permit was issued no longer applies; or
(b) the person to whom the permit is issued
(i) contravenes or fails to comply with the terms and conditions of the permit or these Regulations, or
(ii) provides incorrect, false or misleading information to the superintendent in an application to obtain the permit.
(4) The superintendent may amend a permit at no cost to the applicant.
- SOR/2002-191, s. 5(E).
CONTROLLED ACTIVITIES AND AREAS
7. No person shall
(a) do anything that unreasonably disturbs or interferes with any person’s use or enjoyment of a historic canal;
(b) behave in a manner that endangers the safety of any person in a historic canal;
(c) cause excessive noise in a historic canal between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.;
(d) operate a lock, lift or swing bridge, dam or wasteweir in a historic canal, or the gates or sluices of those structures, unless authorized to do so; or
(e) fish within 10 m of a lock or approach wharf or from a bridge over a navigation channel.
8. Every person shall comply with any sign posted or traffic control device placed in a historic canal pursuant to subsection 4(2).
Restricted Activities and Areas
9. No person, other than a peace officer or an employee acting in the course of employment, shall, in a historic canal, engage in an activity that is restricted or enter into an area that is closed, where notice of the restriction or closure has been given in accordance with paragraph 4(2)(d).
10. Except at times and in areas designated by means of a sign or notice, no person shall
(a) in a navigation channel or within 100 m of a structure in a historic canal, water-ski, ride a tube or kneeboard, engage in any activity that involves being towed behind a vessel or operate a vessel towing a water-skier or person riding a tube or kneeboard;
(b) dive, jump, scuba-dive, swim or bathe in a navigation channel or within 40 m of a lock gate or a dam in a historic canal;
(c) dive or jump from a bridge over a historic canal, or from the abutments of such a bridge; or
(d) operate a vessel within 40 m of a dam in a historic canal, unless the vessel is in the navigation channel.
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