Transportation Information Regulations (SOR/96-334)

Regulations are current to 2014-06-12 and last amended on 2013-11-20. Previous Versions

 A class I rail carrier, class II rail carrier or class III rail carrier must provide to the Minister once a year, before the end of 90 days after the end of the calendar year, a geospatial database or timetables depicting its network, including

  • (a) the names of the subdivisions;

  • (b) the length of the subdivisions;

  • (c) the number of tracks;

  • (d) the speed limitations, and the mile-posts between which they apply;

  • (e) the ability of the subdivisions to accommodate double-stacked container trains;

  • (f) the weight capacity of the tracks, and the mile-posts between which it applies; and

  • (g) the location of, and the type of warning system for, each grade crossing.

  • SOR/2013-196, s. 9.

PART IIIMARINE CARRIERS

Interpretation

 The following definitions apply in this Part.

“Canadian domiciled marine carrier”

“Canadian domiciled marine carrier” means a marine carrier that is incorporated under the laws of Canada or a province and that operates in Canada or between Canada and another country. (transporteur maritime domicilié au Canada)

“domestic marine carrier”

“domestic marine carrier” means a foreign marine carrier or a Canadian domiciled marine carrier that transports passengers or cargo by ship between a port in a province and a port in any other province. (transporteur maritime intérieur)

“ferry boat operator”

“ferry boat operator” means a domestic marine carrier or international marine carrier that operates a ferry boat. (exploitant de traversier)

“international marine carrier”

“international marine carrier” means a foreign marine carrier or a Canadian domiciled marine carrier that transports passengers or cargo by ship between a port in Canada and a port outside Canada. (transporteur maritime international)

“marine operator”

“marine operator” means a Canadian domiciled marine carrier, domestic marine carrier, ferry boat operator, international marine carrier or tug boat operator. (exploitant maritime)

“mode of operation”

“mode of operation” means, in respect of a vessel, the operating profile of the vessel, such as being underway, in manoeuvres, in hotelling, at anchor or in dry dock. (mode d’exploitation)

“tug boat operator”

“tug boat operator” means a domestic marine carrier or a foreign marine carrier that operates a tug boat for the purpose of pulling or pushing barges, scows, self-propelled vessels and log booms. (exploitant de remorqueur)

  • SOR/2013-196, s. 10.