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  1. Special Economic Measures (Russia) Regulations - SOR/2014-58 (SCHEDULE 1 : Persons)

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    PART 1

    Individuals — Grave Breach of International Peace and Security

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    • 104 Vladimir Vasilyevich USTINOV (born on February 25, 1953)
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    • 488 Pavel Arkadyevich ROTENBERG (born on February 29, 2000)
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    • 501 Petr Mikhailovich FRADKOV (born on February 7, 1978)
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    • 573 Andrey Alexanderovich BAZILEVSKY (born on February 24, 1967)
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    • 602 Tatyana Anatolyevna GIGEL (born on February 27, 1960)
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    • 613 Arsen Bashirovich KANOKOV (born on February 22, 1957)
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    • 624 Nina Germanovna KULIKOVSKIH (born on February 5, 1961)
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    • 633 Vladimir Igorevich KOZHIN (born on February 28, 1959)
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    • 654 Viktor Feodosyevich NOVOZHILOV (born on February 16, 1965)
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    • 672 Grigoriy Alekseevich RAPOTA (born on February 5, 1944)
    • 673 Irina Valeryevna RUKAVISHNIKOVA (born on February 3, 1973)
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    • 686 Lenar Rinatovich SAFIN (born on February 11, 1969)
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    • 701 Alexander Alexandrovich VAINBERG (born on February 2, 1961)
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    • 724 Igor Olegovich KOSTYUKOV (born on February 21, 1961)
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    • 726 Galina Evgenyevna PUMPYANSKAYA (born on February 10, 1966)
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    • 821 Aleksei Viktorovich PIMANOV (born on February 9, 1962)
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    • 885 Andrey Nikolaevich IVANOV (born on February 26, 1981)
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    • 903 Alexander Vasilievich BOGOMAZ (born on February 23, 1961)
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    • 912 Andrei Alexandrovich TRAVNIKOV (born on February 1, 1971)
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    • 919 Oleg Aleksandrovich KUVSHINNIKOV (born on February 2, 1965)
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    • 926 Dmitry Andreyevich ARTYUKHOV (born on February 17, 1988)
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    • 932 Nikolai Anatolevich VOLOBUEV (born on February 24, 1952)
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    • 945 Vasily Yuryevich BROVKO (born on February 6, 1987)
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    • 953 Evgeniya Nikolaevna VASILEVA (born on February 20, 1979)
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    • 977 Andrei Stanislavovich DOBROV (born on February 28, 1969)
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    • 1002 Tatyana Aleksandrovna KOVALCHUK (born on February 8, 1968)
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    • 1004 Nikolay Dmitrievich PESKOV (born on February 3, 1990)
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    • 1021 Tigran Garikovich KHACHATUROV (born on February 7, 1979)
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    • 1045 Denis Valentinovich MANTUROV (born on February 23, 1969)
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    • 1052 Aleksandr Sergeevich IVANNIKOV (born on February 16, 1966)
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    • 1067 Sergey Ivanovich KUZNETS (born on February 5, 1970)
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    • 1089 Nikolay Vyacheslavovich RASTORGUYEV (born on February 21, 1957)
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    • 1122 Tatyana Alekseyevna GOLIKOVA (born on February 9, 1966)
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    • 1140 Valery Dmitrievich ZORKIN (born on February 18, 1943)
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    • 1159 Alexey Vasilievich GORDEYEV (born on February 28, 1955)
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    • 1176 Oleg Anatolievich MATVEICHEV (born on February 1, 1970)
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    • 1186 Victor Vitalievich PINSKY (born on February 6, 1964)
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    • 1228 Vladislav Andreyevich DAVANKOV (born on February 25, 1984)
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    • 1232 Amir Makhsudovich KHAMITOV (born on February 4, 1975)
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    • 1268 Aleksandr Dmitrievich KHARICHEV (born on February 8, 1966)
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    • 1274 Sergey Gennadyevich NOVIKOV (born on February 20, 1962)
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    • 1312 Ivan Mikhailovich KAMENSKIKH (born on February 3, 1946)
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    • 1328 Natalia Vasilievna STREBKOVA (born on February 23, 1960)
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    • 1330 Nikita Vladimirovich NAGORNY (born on February 12, 1997)
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    • 1335 Danilo Aleksandrovich TRUBITSYN (born on February 24, 1980)
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    • 1351 Fyodor Aleksandrovich LUKYANOV (born on February 1, 1967)
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    • 1365 Alexander Yevgenyevich KONKOV (born on February 11, 1982)
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    • 1367 Dmitry Vyacheslavovich SUSLOV (born on February 15, 1979)
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    • 1382 Mikhail Mikhialovich KNYAZEV (born on February 14, 1961)

    PART 1.1

    Individuals — Gross Human Rights Violations

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    • 8 Andrey Veniaminovich YARIN (born on February 13, 1970)
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    • 16 Andrei Gennadievich SEDYSHEV (born on February 11, 1977)
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    • 32 Kirill Yuryevich VASILIEV (born on February 22, 1973)
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    • 57 Vasily Petrovich UMNOV (born on February 9, 1956)
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    • 59 Arkady Alexandrovich GOSTEV (born on February 11, 1961)
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    • 96 Evgeniy Leonidovich ZABARCHUK (born on February 12, 1957)
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    • 100 Boris Georgievich LOKTIONOV (born on February 17, 1957)

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  2. Wildlife Area Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1609 (SCHEDULE I : Wildlife Areas)

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    • 7 Big Glace Bay Lake National Wildlife Area

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      All that certain parcel of land and land covered with water situated in the vicinity of Big Glace Bay Lake and lying partly in the Town of Glace Bay and within the County of Cape Breton, Province of Nova Scotia and being comprised of that land and land covered with water shown on a plan titled “Showing Lands to be Expropriated by the Province of Nova Scotia for the Purpose of Encouraging the Development of Industry within the Province of Nova Scotia”, signed by Walter E. Servant, P.L.S., dated July 15, 1964, said plan being recorded October 29, 1964 as Expropriation Plan GB138 and which said lands may be more particularly described as follows:

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      Being and intended to comprise all of the waters of Big Glace Bay Lake and all of the remaining waters of Big Glace Bay which are contained within the Expropriation shown on a plan titled “Showing Lands to be Expropriated by the Province of Nova Scotia for the Purposes of Encouraging the Development of Industry within the Province of Nova Scotia”, signed by Walter E. Servant, P.L.S., dated July 15, 1964 and filed February 10, 1978 at the Registry of Deeds in Sydney, Nova Scotia as Plan No. M1373E,

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    • 1 Tintamarre National Wildlife Area

      • (1) Jolicure Unit

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        And including those same lands as described in an Indenture dated February 6, 1970, from Margaret Beal to H.M. in right of Canada, registered March 19, 1970 in Book 270 at Pages 158-160 as document No. 291870.

        And including those same lands as described in an Indenture dated February 20, 1970, from Bliss E. Beal et ux. to H.M. in right of Canada, registered March 25, 1970 in Book 270 at Pages 440-442 as document No. 291940.

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        And including those same lands as described in an Indenture dated February 2, 1972, from Muriel Dobson to H.M. in right of Canada, registered February 9, 1972 in Book 323 at Pages 505-508 as document No. 305943.

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        And including those lands as described in Order in Council 72-204, dated March 8, 1972, registered February 26, 1973 in Book 362 at Pages 841-842 as document No. 315896 and by Federal acceptance P.C. 1972-2971, dated December 12, 1972, registered February 26, 1973 as document No. 315896A and being more particularly as follows:

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        Excluding those same lands as described in a Notice of Abandonment dated December 6, 1972, registered February 28, 1973 in Book 363 at Pages 115-116 as No. 315984 and being those same lands as shown on Department of Public Works Plan MT-0882, entitled “Property to be Abandoned by Department of Environment (C.W.S.) at Jolicure”, dated August 24, 1972.

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      • (2) Hog Lake Unit

        All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land, being situated at Hog Lake Section, near Midgic, in the Parish of Sackville, County of Westmorland, Province of New Brunswick, shown on Department of Public Works Plan S-172, dated February 27, 1973, and titled “Plan of Tintamarre National Wildlife Area, Hog Lake Section, Showing Properties Required by Department of Environment, (C.W.S.)”, as signed by Jean-Louis Veilleux, registered February 28, 1973, as plan number 8009, said lands being more particularly described as follows:

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    • 1 Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area

      All those parcels of land, in the parishes of Saint-Joachim and Saint-Tite, in the Registration Division of Montmorency and described under Firstly to Seventhly as follows:

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      Fifthly, parcels I and II containing parts of lots 4 Ptie and 5 Ptie as shown on Public Works Canada, Real Estate Services plan BM-91-7302 of February 14, 1991;

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      Sixthly, parcels I to V and parcel VIII containing parts of lots and lots 68 Ptie, 71 Ptie, 107 Ptie, 108 Ptie, 109 Ptie, 110 Ptie, 111 Ptie, 114 Ptie, 115 Ptie, 116 Ptie, 118 Ptie, 127 Ptie, 128 Ptie, 129 Ptie, 130 Ptie, 134 Ptie, 135 Ptie, 69-1, 70, 112, 113, 117, 119, 125, 126, 131 and an old road shown in its original state; as shown on Public Works Canada, Real Estate Services plan AM-92-7485 of February 23, 1992;

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    • 3 Îles de la Paix National Wildlife Area

      Being all those islands, in the Counties of Châteauguay and Beauharnois, in the St. Lawrence River, more particularly described under Firstly and Secondly as follows:

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      except Lucas Island, being Lot 380 of the cadastre of the Parish of Sainte-Martine, of which the expropriation annulment document was registered in said office as 123993 on February 23, 1970.

    • 4 Lake Saint-François National Wildlife Area

      All those parcels of land, in the County of Huntingdon, in the Township of Dundee, in the Broken Front Range and described under Firstly to Thirty-fifthly as follows:

      Firstly, the whole of lots 25B and 26B and the part of lot 25A described in a deed between Hubert and Gérald Lalumière and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in the Office of the Registration Division of Huntingdon at Huntingdon as 74381 on February 15, 1971;

      Secondly, those parts of lots 29A, 30A and 30B described in a deed between Claude Dupuis and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in said office as 74382 on February 15, 1971;

      Thirdly, that part of lot 33A described in a deed between Mrs. Yvonne Legault and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in said office as 74389 on February 16, 1971;

      Fourthly, those parts of lots 21A, 21B, 22A, 22B, 23A, 23B, 24A and 24B described in a deed between Kenneth Fraser and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in said office as 74413 on February 24, 1971;

      Fifthly, those parts of lots 19B and 20B described in a deed between Donald Fraser and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in said office as 74417 on February 24, 1971;

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      Twenty-fourthly, the whole of lots 8 and 9 described in a deed between Victor Quenneville and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in said office as 75673 on February 7, 1972;

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      As well as those parcels of land, in the County of Huntingdon, in the Township of Dundee, in the range between Aux Saumons River, Pike Creek and Bittern Creek and described under Firstly and Secondly as follows:

      Firstly, the whole of lots 4 and 6 described in a deed between Mrs. Lena Margaret Morris, Mrs. Gladys Calista Morris and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in said office as 75688 on February 14, 1972;

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    • 8 Pointe-au-Père National Wildlife Area

      All those parts of original lots, in the Parish of Saint-Germain-de-Rimouski, numbers 25 to 30 inclusive on the plan and book of reference of the Cadastre of the Parish of Saint-Germain-de-Rimouski, Registration Division of Rimouski, more particularly described under Firstly and Secondly as follows:

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      Secondly, two parcels of land known and designated as parts of original lot number 27 (27 ptie) on said plan and book of reference of the said cadastre, and registration division; the first parcel as mentioned in Her Majesty’s title in right of Canada, registered in the said registration division on September 24, 1906 under number 36630, the second parcel as mentioned in Her Majesty’s title in right of Canada, registered in the said registration division on April 1st, 1913 under number 41456;

      said parts of lots and lots mentioned under Firstly being shown on Public Works Canada, Real Estate Services plans MM-84-5871 of February 7, 1984 and DM-89-7052 of June 28, 1989;

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    • 1 Big Creek National Wildlife Area

      • (1) Big Creek Unit

        Being all those parcels of land, in the regional municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, in the township of Norfolk, formerly in the geographic township of South-Walsingham, County of Norfolk, particularly described under Firstly to Fifthly as follows:

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        Less that part of the reserve described under Fourthly above lying within a parcel vested in the Dominion of Canada by Order in Council dated February 22, 1902; the parcels described under “Firstly” and “Fifthly” above containing together 1,500 acres, more or less and the parcels described under “Secondly”, “Thirdly” and “Fourthly” above containing together about 80 acres.

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    • 5 Vaseux-Bighorn National Wildlife Area

      Being all those parcels of land, in Similkameen Division, Yale District and in Kettle River Assessment District, being more particularly described as follows:

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      • (b) C. of T. No. F5547F dated 24 February, 1971. Firstly: That portion of that part of District Lot 292, outlined red on plan “B” 3130, shown as Parcel “A” on plan “A” 1226, outlined green on plan “M” 8265. Secondly: That portion of those parts of District Lots 292 and 647 “S” shown outlined red on plan “B” 3130, lying to the west of plan “A” 1266 and to the east of plan “A” 1533, shown outlined green on plan “M” 8265. Subject to charges Numbers R.W.73986E and R.W.73987E both dated 4 April, 1958.

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      • (f) C. of T. No. G24437F dated 19 June, 1972. Firstly: Sub-Lot 16, less, that part included in plan “B” 7059. Secondly: Sub-Lot 28. Thirdly: The North 1/2 of Sub-Lot 40. Together with easement No. 49752E. Subject to charges Nos. R.W.11126E dated 23 June, 1922, R.46463E dated 25 March, 1908, R.46464E dated 1 February, 1913, R.46465E, and R.W.117446E dated 2 June, 1965.

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      • (k) C. of T. No. M21526F dated 19 April, 1977. Lot “A”, District Lot 292, Plan 27827. Together with a right-of-way over that part of District Lot 292; except those parts within the boundaries of plans “B” 1738, “B” 3130, “A” 429, “A” 1266, “A” 1533 and 27827; shown outlined in red on a right-of-way plan prepared on the basis of a survey completed on 18 July, 1977 by Philip Motchman, B.C.L.S. and sworn on 22 July, 1977. Subject to charges Nos. R.W.68293E dated 13 February, 1957, M69780E dated 4 June, 1957, R.W. D3074S dated 28 October, 1969, E. E35946 dated 1 December, 1970 and R.W. M4853 dated 26 January, 1977.

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  3. Migratory Birds Regulations, 2022 - SOR/2022-105 (SCHEDULE 3 : Open Seasons, Limits and Special Measures)

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    TABLE 1

    Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Newfoundland and Labrador

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
    Item Area Species Possession Limit Open Season Daily Bag Limit
    1 Northwestern Coastal Newfoundland Zone

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    12 November 1 to February 14 6
    • (iii) the Sunday after the third Saturday of December to February 14, for Eiders only

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    • (iv) the first Saturday of January to the last day of February, for Eiders only

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    • (b) February 2 to March 10

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    TABLE 1

    Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in New Brunswick

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
    Item Area Species Possession Limit Open Season Daily Bag Limit
    • (iii) February 1 to February 24 (not an open season for Eiders)

    6 (not more than 4 may be Scoters)

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    TABLE 1

    Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Quebec

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    Item Area Species Possession Limit Open Season Daily Bag Limit
    • (vi) January 15 to February 5, only for Eiders and Long-tailed Ducks in locations on the North Shore that are west of the Natashquan River

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    • (iii) December 27 to February 14 (only for Eiders and Long-tailed Ducks)

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    TABLE 1

    Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Ontario

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
    Item Area Species Possession Limit Open Season Daily Bag Limit
    • (iv) the fourth Saturday in February to the following Saturday, excluding Sundays, in municipalities where hunting with guns on Sunday is not permitted by provincial regulations (not an open season in Wildlife Management Unit 94)

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    • (ii) the fourth Saturday in February to the following Saturday, excluding Sundays, in municipalities where hunting with guns on Sunday is not permitted by provincial regulations

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    Special Measures for Overabundant Species in Ontario

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    Item Area Species Possession Limit Open Season Daily Bag Limit Additional Hunting Method or Equipment
    • (b) the fourth Saturday in February to the following Saturday, excluding Sundays, in municipalities where hunting with guns on Sundays is not permitted by provincial regulations

    20 Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is open season may be hunted

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    TABLE 1

    Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in British Columbia

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
    Item Area Species Possession Limit Open Season Daily Bag Limit
    • (vi) in a year that is not a leap year, February 10 to March 10 (only in Provincial Management Units 1-1, 1-2 and 1-4 to 1-7)

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    • (vii) in a leap year, February 11 to March 10 (only in Provincial Management Units 1-1, 1-2 and 1-4 to 1-7)

    10
    • (iv) in a year that is not a leap year, February 10 to March 10

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    • (v) in a leap year, February 11 to March 10

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    • (ii) in a year that is not a leap year, February 20 to March 10

    10 (not more than 5 may be Ross’s Geese). An additional 5 Geese may be killed or taken in Provincial Management Units 2-4 and 2-5
    • (iii) in a leap year, February 21 to March 10

    10 (not more than 5 may be Ross’s Geese). An additional 5 Geese may be killed or taken in Provincial Management Units 2-4 and 2-5
    • (iii) in a year that is not a leap year, February 21 to March 10

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    • (iv) in a leap year, February 22 to March 10

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  4. Income Tax Regulations - C.R.C., c. 945 (SCHEDULE II : Capital Cost Allowances)

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    Property not included in any other class that is

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    • (j) a railway locomotive that is acquired after May 25, 1976 and before February 26, 2008 and that is not an automotive railway car;

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    Property that is

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    • (h) subject to an election made under subsection 1103(2i), property acquired after February 27, 2000 that is

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    • (i) property that is acquired after February 27, 2000 (other than property included in paragraph (y) of Class 10), that is a railway locomotive and that is not an automotive railway car;

    • (j) pumping or compression equipment, including equipment ancillary to pumping and compression equipment, acquired after February 22, 2005 if the equipment pumps or compresses petroleum, natural gas or a related hydrocarbon for the purpose of moving it

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    • (k) pumping or compression equipment that is acquired after February 25, 2008, including equipment ancillary to pumping and compression equipment, that is on a pipeline and that pumps or compresses carbon dioxide for the purpose of moving it through the pipeline.

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    Property not included in Class 1, 2, 7, 9, 11, 17 or 30 that is

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    • (d) a building or other structure, acquired after February 19, 1973, that is designed for the purpose of preserving ensilage on a farm;

    • (e) a building or other structure, acquired after February 19, 1973, that is

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    Property not included in any other class that is

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    • (y) a railway locomotive that is not an automotive railway car and that was not used or acquired for use for any purpose by any taxpayer before February 26, 2008.

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    Property acquired before May 26, 1976 that is

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    property acquired after February 15, 1984 that is

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    Property that would otherwise be included in another class in this Schedule that is

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    • (a.1) property (other than a building or other structure) acquired after February 27, 2000 that has not been used for any purpose before February 28, 2000 and is

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    Property that would otherwise be included in Class 1, 2 or 8

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    • (e) that is

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      • (v) a fixed location device acquired after February 25, 1986, that is a wind energy conversion system designed to produce electrical energy, consisting of a wind-driven turbine, generating equipment and related equipment, including control and conditioning equipment, support structures, a powerhouse complete with equipment ancillary thereto, and transmission equipment, but not including distribution equipment, equipment designed to store electrical energy or property included in Class 10 or 17,

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    • (j) property acquired by the taxpayer after February 21, 1994 other than

      • (i) property acquired by the taxpayer

        • (A) pursuant to an agreement of purchase and sale in writing entered into by the taxpayer before February 22, 1994,

        • (B) in order to satisfy a legally binding obligation entered into by the taxpayer in writing before February 22, 1994 to sell electricity to a public power utility in Canada,

        • (C) that was under construction by or on behalf of the taxpayer on February 22, 1994, or

        • (D) that is machinery or equipment that is a fixed and integral part of a building, structure or other property that was under construction by or on behalf of the taxpayer on February 22, 1994, and

      • (ii) property acquired by the taxpayer before 1996

        • (A) pursuant to an agreement of purchase and sale in writing entered into before 1995 to acquire the property from a person or partnership in circumstances where

          • (I) the property was part of a project that was under construction by the person or partnership on February 22, 1994, and

        • (B) pursuant to an agreement in writing entered into before 1995 by the taxpayer with a person or partnership where the taxpayer agrees to assume a legally binding obligation entered into by the person or partnership before February 22, 1994 to sell electricity to a public power utility in Canada, or

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    Property acquired after 1987 and before February 26, 1992 that is not included in Class 29, but that would otherwise be included in that Class if that Class were read without reference to subparagraphs (b)(iii) and (v) and paragraph (c) thereof.

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    Property that is

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    • (b) telephone, telegraph or data communication equipment that is a wire or cable (other than a cable included in this class because of paragraph (a)), acquired after February 22, 2005, and that has not been used, or acquired for use, for any purpose before February 23, 2005.

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    Property acquired after February 25, 1992 that

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    Property, other than reconditioned or remanufactured equipment, that would otherwise be included in Class 1, 2, 8 or 48 or in Class 17 because of paragraph (a.1) of that Class

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    • (d) that is

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      • (ii) a hydro-electric installation of a producer of hydro-electric energy, where that installation

        • (A) has, if acquired after February 21, 1994 and before December 11, 2001, an annual average generating capacity not exceeding 15 megawatts upon completion of the site development, or, if acquired after December 10, 2001, a rated capacity at the hydro-electric installation site that does not exceed 50 megawatts, and

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      • (iii) an addition or alteration, which is acquired after February 21, 1994 and before December 11, 2001, to a hydro-electric installation that is described in subparagraph (ii) or that would be so described if that installation were acquired by the taxpayer after February 21, 1994, and which results in an increase in generating capacity, if the resulting annual average generating capacity of the hydro-electric installation does not exceed 15 megawatts,

      • (iii.1) an addition or alteration, which is acquired after December 10, 2001, to a hydro-electric installation that is described in subparagraph (ii) or that would be so described if that installation were acquired by the taxpayer after February 21, 1994, and which results in an increase in generating capacity, if the resulting rated capacity at the hydro-electric installation site does not exceed 50 megawatts,

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    Property that is acquired after February 22, 2005 and before 2025 (other than property that was included, before it was acquired, in another class in this Schedule by any taxpayer) and that is property that would otherwise be included in Class 43.1

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    Property that is

    • (a) transmission or distribution equipment (which may include for this purpose a structure) acquired after February 22, 2005 and that is used for the transmission or distribution of electrical energy, other than

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      • (ii) property that has been used or acquired for use for any purpose by any taxpayer before February 23, 2005; or

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    Property acquired after February 22, 2005 that is a combustion turbine (including associated burners and compressors) that generates electrical energy, other than

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    • (c) property that has been used or acquired for use for any purpose by any taxpayer before February 23, 2005.

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    Property that is a pipeline, including control and monitoring devices, valves and other equipment ancillary to the pipeline, that

    • (a) is acquired after February 22, 2005, is used for the transmission (but not the distribution) of petroleum, natural gas or related hydrocarbons, and is not

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      • (ii) property that has been used or acquired for use for any purpose by any taxpayer before February 23, 2005,

    • (b) is acquired after February 25, 2008, is used for the transmission of carbon dioxide, and is not

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    Property acquired by a taxpayer after January 27, 2009 and before February 2011 that

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  5. Proclamations Certifying Who Are the High Contracting Parties to the Warsaw Convention - SI/85-25 (SCHEDULE I)

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    The High Contracting Parties to the Convention and the Territories in respect of which they are respectively Parties (date on which the Convention came into force in respect of Parties is shown).

    High Contracting Parties to the Convention Territories in respect of which they are Parties Date Convention came into force in respect of Parties
    Brazil Brazil February 13, 1933
    Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia February 15, 1935
    France France and all territories subject to the sovereignty or authority of France February 13, 1933
    Philippines Philippines February 7, 1951
    Poland Poland February 13, 1933
    Romania Romania February 13, 1933
    Singapore (1) Singapore February 4, 1968
    Spain Spain and all territories subject to the sovereignty or authority of Spain February 13, 1933
    Sri Lanka Sri Lanka February 4, 1948
    Tunisia Tunisia February 13, 1964
    Yugoslavia Yugoslavia February 13, 1933

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    The High Contracting Parties to the Protocol signed at The Hague on September 28, 1955 (date on which the Protocol came into force in respect of Parties is shown).

    High Contracting Parties to The Hague Protocol Territories in respect of which they are Parties Date Protocol came Into force in respect of Parties
    Jordan Jordan February 13, 1974
    Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of February 2, 1981
    Morocco Morocco February 15, 1976
    Philippines Philippines February 28, 1967
    Singapore Singapore February 4, 1968
    Tunisia Tunisia February 13, 1964

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    The High Contracting Parties that have availed themselves of the Additional Protocol signed at Warsaw on October 12, 1929 (date on which the Protocol came into force in respect of Parties is shown).

    High Contracting Parties to the Additional Protocol Territories in respect of which they are Parties Date Additional Protocol came into force in respect of Parties
    Congo, People’s Republic of Congo, People’s Republic of February 13, 1933
    Philippines Philippines February 7, 1951
    Pakistan Pakistan February 18, 1935

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