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  1. Assessable Activities, Exceptions and Executive Committee Projects Regulations - SOR/2005-379 (SCHEDULE 1 : Activities and Specific Exceptions)
    Assessable Activities, Exceptions and Executive Committee Projects Regulations

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    PART 5

    Wildlife

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    7 Other than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, taking, possessing or capturing and banding a non-migratory bird for scientific or educational purposes Other than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, taking, possessing or capturing and banding a non-migratory bird for scientific or educational purposes as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species of non-migratory bird that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)
    8 Other than in a national park, national park reserve, national historic site and on Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, taking, possessing or capturing and releasing of wildlife, other than a bird, for scientific or educational purposes Other than in a national park, national park reserve, national historic site and on Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, taking, possessing or capturing and releasing of wildlife, other than a bird, for scientific or educational purposes as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species of wildlife that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)
    9 On other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, culling from a population of a species of wildlife, or destroying an entire population of a species of wildlife, for the purpose of protecting or enhancing the population levels of another species of wildlife On other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, culling from a population of a species of wildlife, or destroying an entire population of a species of wildlife, for the purpose of protecting or enhancing the population levels of another species of wildlife as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)
    15 On other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, an activity that threatens, either directly or through the alteration of habitat, the continued existence of a population of a species of plant, mammal, amphibian, reptile, bird, fish, insect or invertebrate, that is wild by nature in an ecoregion delineated on a map deposited with the Board for the purpose of this item by the Regional Director General, Yukon Region of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development on August 29, 2005 On other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, an activity that threatens, either directly or through the alteration of habitat, the continued existence of a population of a species of plant, mammal, amphibian, reptile, bird, fish, insect or invertebrate, that is wild by nature in an ecoregion delineated on a map deposited with the Board for the purpose of this item by the Regional Director General, Yukon Region of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development on August 29, 2005, as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)

    PART 6

    Transportation

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    3 Flying military fixed-wing jet aircraft as part of a training program at an altitude below 330 m above ground level

    Flying military fixed-wing jet aircraft as part of a training program at an altitude below 330 m above ground level if

    [...]

    9 Construction or modification, on a railway right of way, of a stationary bulk storage facility for anhydrous ammonia or liquefied natural gas Construction or modification, on a railway right of way, of a stationary bulk storage facility for anhydrous ammonia or liquefied natural gas if its storage capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than 9092.18 L of water measured at 15.5°C and if the facility complies with the Anhydrous Ammonia Bulk Storage Regulations or the Liquefied Petroleum Gases Bulk Storage Regulations, as the case may be

    PART 8

    Contaminants and Waste

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    4 On other than an Indian reserve, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a facility used exclusively for the treatment, incineration, disposal, recycling or storage of special waste

    On other than an Indian reserve, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a facility used exclusively for the treatment, incineration, disposal, recycling or storage of special waste, if

    • (a) its treatment, incineration, disposal or recycling capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than

      • [...]

      • (ii) 10 t/year of special waste, other than waste oil, generated as a result of the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles, or

    • (b) its storage capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than

      • [...]

      • (ii) 10 t of special waste, other than waste oil, generated as a result of the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles, or

    9 Incineration, disposal or recycling of toxic chemicals or their precursors set out in Schedules 1 to 3 to the Annex on Chemicals in the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on Their Destruction (United Nations), signed at Paris, France on January 13, 1993, as amended from time to time pursuant to Article XV of that Convention
    10 Incineration, disposal or recycling of the microbial or other biological agents or toxins referred to in item 1 of Article 1 of the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction (United Nations), signed at London, Moscow and Washington on April 10, 1972, as amended from time to time, as well as the weapons, equipment or means of delivery to use those agents or toxins

    PART 9

    Water

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    8 Watercourse training — such as that for the purpose of erosion control or that which is by means of a channel or bank alteration, artificial accretion, spur, culvert or dock — but not including the diversion of a watercourse

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    PART 10

    Fisheries

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    3 Deposit of a deleterious substance, as those terms are defined in subsection 34(1) of the Fisheries Act, into Canadian fisheries waters, within the meaning of section 2 of that Act, or in any other place under conditions in which the deleterious substance, or any deleterious substance that results from the deposit, may enter those waters

    PART 12

    National Parks, National Park Reserves and National Historic Sites

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    3 In a national park or national park reserve, a recreational activity that is a business within the meaning of section 1 of the National Parks of Canada Businesses Regulations In a national park or national park reserve, a recreational activity that is a business within the meaning of section 1 of the National Parks of Canada Businesses Regulations, if the activity is the same as an activity carried out in the same location for which an assessment had been conducted in accordance with the Act and if less than five years have elapsed since the date of the last assessment
    8 In a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, the damage or destruction of a member of an endangered species, a threatened species or a species listed as one of special concern in Part 4 of Schedule 1 to the Species at Risk Act
    9 Removal, from a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, of a member of an endangered species, a threatened species or a species listed as one of special concern in Part 4 of Schedule 1 to the Species at Risk Act

    PART 13

    Miscellaneous

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    14

    Industrial development in any of the following locations:

    • (a) a park established under the Parks and Land Certainty Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 165, as a wilderness preserve, ecological reserve, recreational park or natural environmental park or as a park of any other type prescribed by regulation under that Act;

    27 On land under the administration and control of the Commissioner of Yukon or on settlement land, the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a structure, facility or installation for the purpose of agriculture, commercial recreation, public recreation, tourist accommodation, telecommunications, trapping or guiding persons hunting members of a species prescribed as a species of big game animal by a regulation made under the Wildlife Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 229
    • (1) On land under the administration and control of the Commissioner of Yukon, or on settlement land, in a municipality — including those settlement lands encircled by the municipality — the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a structure, facility or installation for the purpose of agriculture, commercial recreation, public recreation, tourist accommodation, telecommunications, trapping or guiding persons hunting members of a species prescribed as a species of big game animal by a regulation made under the Wildlife Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 229

    • (2) In a local advisory area or mapped community, on land under the administration and control of the Commissioner of Yukon or on settlement land, the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a structure, facility or installation used for the purpose of agriculture, commercial recreation, public recreation, tourist accommodation, telecommunications, trapping or guiding persons hunting members of a species prescribed as a species of big game animal by a regulation made under the Wildlife Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 229, if there is another structure, facility or installation located on the same parcel that is already being used in the same undertaking

    30 Application of a control product that has a product class designation of “RESTRICTED” on the label as required by the Pest Control Products Regulations Other than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, application of Bacillus thuringiensis spp. to water that contains mosquito or black fly larvae and that is not a direct source of drinking water for human beings

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  2. Assessable Activities, Exceptions and Executive Committee Projects Regulations - SOR/2005-379 (Section 1)
    Assessable Activities, Exceptions and Executive Committee Projects Regulations
    •  (1) The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

      Class II nuclear facility

      Class II nuclear facility  has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Class II Nuclear Facilities and Prescribed Equipment Regulations. (installation nucléaire de catégorie II)

      Class II prescribed equipment

      Class II prescribed equipment  has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Class II Nuclear Facilities and Prescribed Equipment Regulations. (équipement réglementé de catégorie II)

      control product

      control product  means any product, device, organism, substance or thing that is manufactured, represented, sold or used as a means for directly or indirectly controlling, preventing, destroying, mitigating, attracting or repelling any injurious, noxious or troublesome animal, plant or other organism, including any injurious, noxious or troublesome organic function of an animal, plant or other organism, and includes

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      effective dose

      effective dose  has the same meaning as in subsection 1(1) of the Radiation Protection Regulations. (dose efficace)

      exemption quantity

      exemption quantity  has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Nuclear Substances and Radiation Devices Regulations. (quantité d’exemption)

      food or beverage processing facility

      food or beverage processing facility  means a facility established for the processing of food or beverages for commercial purposes and includes

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      but does not include a facility, such as a restaurant or bar, whose primary purpose is to prepare and serve food or beverages. (établissement de transformation d’aliments ou de fabrication de boissons)

      Indian reserve

      Indian reserve  has the same meaning as reserve  in subsection 2(1) of the Indian Act. (réserve indienne)

      irradiator

      irradiator  has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Class II Nuclear Facilities and Prescribed Equipment Regulations. (irradiateur)

      local advisory area

      local advisory area  has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Municipal Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 154. (collectivité locale)

      migratory birds

      migratory birds  has the same meaning as in the Convention set out in the schedule to the Migratory Birds Convention Act, 1994, as that Convention is amended from time to time. (oiseaux migrateurs)

      municipality

      municipality  means any part of Yukon established as a city or town under the Municipal Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 154, and any municipality continued under that Act. (municipalité)

      natural gas

      natural gas  includes all substances that are produced in association with natural gas, including solution gas, and any substance designated as a gas product by regulations made under section 130 of the National Energy Board Act. (gaz naturel)

      nuclear facility

      nuclear facility  has the same meaning as in section 2 of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act. (installation nucléaire)

      nuclear substance

      nuclear substance  has the same meaning as in section 2 of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act. (substance nucléaire)

      petroleum product

      petroleum product  has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Storage Tank Regulations, Yukon O.I.C. 1996/194. (produit pétrolier)

      radiation device

      radiation device  has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Nuclear Substances and Radiation Devices Regulations. (appareil à rayonnement)

      sealed source

      sealed source  has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Nuclear Substances and Radiation Devices Regulations. (source scellée)

      special waste

      special waste  has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Special Waste Regulations, Yukon O.I.C. 1995/047. (déchets spéciaux)

      temporary trail

      temporary trail  means a trail that is established or used as part of a quartz exploration program and that is required under a territorial or first nation law to be reclaimed and for which access is required, under that law, to be blocked at the end of the program. (sentier temporaire)

      unsealed source

      unsealed source  has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Nuclear Substances and Radiation Devices Regulations. (source non scellée)

      waste oil

      waste oil  means oil that has become unsuitable for its intended purpose owing to the presence of impurities or the loss of original properties, and includes oil used as lubrication oil, hydraulic fluid, metal-working fluid, insulating fluid or coolant fluid. (huile usée)

    • [...]

    • (3) A reference in these Regulations to an Act or Regulation of Yukon is a reference to that Act or Regulation as amended from time to time.

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  3. Assessable Activities, Exceptions and Executive Committee Projects Regulations - SOR/2005-379 (SCHEDULE 1 : Activities and Specific Exceptions)
    Assessable Activities, Exceptions and Executive Committee Projects Regulations

    [...]

    PART 5

    Wildlife

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    7 Other than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, taking, possessing or capturing and banding a non-migratory bird for scientific or educational purposes Other than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, taking, possessing or capturing and banding a non-migratory bird for scientific or educational purposes as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species of non-migratory bird that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)
    8 Other than in a national park, national park reserve, national historic site and on Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, taking, possessing or capturing and releasing of wildlife, other than a bird, for scientific or educational purposes Other than in a national park, national park reserve, national historic site and on Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, taking, possessing or capturing and releasing of wildlife, other than a bird, for scientific or educational purposes as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species of wildlife that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)
    9 On other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, culling from a population of a species of wildlife, or destroying an entire population of a species of wildlife, for the purpose of protecting or enhancing the population levels of another species of wildlife On other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, culling from a population of a species of wildlife, or destroying an entire population of a species of wildlife, for the purpose of protecting or enhancing the population levels of another species of wildlife as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)
    15 On other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, an activity that threatens, either directly or through the alteration of habitat, the continued existence of a population of a species of plant, mammal, amphibian, reptile, bird, fish, insect or invertebrate, that is wild by nature in an ecoregion delineated on a map deposited with the Board for the purpose of this item by the Regional Director General, Yukon Region of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development on August 29, 2005 On other than Crown land administered by the Minister of National Defence, an activity that threatens, either directly or through the alteration of habitat, the continued existence of a population of a species of plant, mammal, amphibian, reptile, bird, fish, insect or invertebrate, that is wild by nature in an ecoregion delineated on a map deposited with the Board for the purpose of this item by the Regional Director General, Yukon Region of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development on August 29, 2005, as part of any program, plan or study approved by the member of the Executive Council of Yukon responsible for the environment or, in the case of a local population of a species that inhabits the settlement land of a first nation, approved by that first nation, on condition that before final approval by that member or the first nation, as the case may be, a version of the program, plan or study was reviewed in accordance with either a final agreement by the Fish and Wildlife Management Board or a Renewable Resources Council, or the Agreement, as defined in subsection 90(1) of the Act, by the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope)

    PART 6

    Transportation

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    3 Flying military fixed-wing jet aircraft as part of a training program at an altitude below 330 m above ground level

    Flying military fixed-wing jet aircraft as part of a training program at an altitude below 330 m above ground level if

    [...]

    9 Construction or modification, on a railway right of way, of a stationary bulk storage facility for anhydrous ammonia or liquefied natural gas Construction or modification, on a railway right of way, of a stationary bulk storage facility for anhydrous ammonia or liquefied natural gas if its storage capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than 9092.18 L of water measured at 15.5°C and if the facility complies with the Anhydrous Ammonia Bulk Storage Regulations or the Liquefied Petroleum Gases Bulk Storage Regulations, as the case may be

    PART 8

    Contaminants and Waste

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    4 On other than an Indian reserve, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a facility used exclusively for the treatment, incineration, disposal, recycling or storage of special waste

    On other than an Indian reserve, construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of, or other activity in relation to, a facility used exclusively for the treatment, incineration, disposal, recycling or storage of special waste, if

    • (a) its treatment, incineration, disposal or recycling capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than

      • [...]

      • (ii) 10 t/year of special waste, other than waste oil, generated as a result of the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles, or

    • (b) its storage capacity is, and in the case of a modification remains, less than

      • [...]

      • (ii) 10 t of special waste, other than waste oil, generated as a result of the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles, or

    9 Incineration, disposal or recycling of toxic chemicals or their precursors set out in Schedules 1 to 3 to the Annex on Chemicals in the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on Their Destruction (United Nations), signed at Paris, France on January 13, 1993, as amended from time to time pursuant to Article XV of that Convention
    10 Incineration, disposal or recycling of the microbial or other biological agents or toxins referred to in item 1 of Article 1 of the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction (United Nations), signed at London, Moscow and Washington on April 10, 1972, as amended from time to time, as well as the weapons, equipment or means of delivery to use those agents or toxins

    PART 9

    Water

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    5 Construction, installation, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a work as defined in section 2 of the Canadian Navigable Waters Act — other than a bridge — that is in, on, over, under or through navigable water
    8 Watercourse training — such as that for the purpose of erosion control or that which is by means of a channel or bank alteration, artificial accretion, spur, culvert or dock — but not including the diversion of a watercourse

    [...]

    PART 10

    Fisheries

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    3 Deposit of a deleterious substance, as those terms are defined in subsection 34(1) of the Fisheries Act, into Canadian fisheries waters, within the meaning of section 2 of that Act, or in any other place under conditions in which the deleterious substance, or any deleterious substance that results from the deposit, may enter those waters

    PART 12

    National Parks, National Park Reserves and National Historic Sites

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    3 In a national park or national park reserve, a recreational activity that is a business within the meaning of section 1 of the National Parks of Canada Businesses Regulations In a national park or national park reserve, a recreational activity that is a business within the meaning of section 1 of the National Parks of Canada Businesses Regulations, if the activity is the same as an activity carried out in the same location for which an assessment had been conducted in accordance with the Act and if less than five years have elapsed since the date of the last assessment
    8 In a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, the damage or destruction of a member of an endangered species, a threatened species or a species listed as one of special concern in Part 4 of Schedule 1 to the Species at Risk Act
    9 Removal, from a national park, national park reserve or national historic site, of a member of an endangered species, a threatened species or a species listed as one of special concern in Part 4 of Schedule 1 to the Species at Risk Act

    PART 13

    Miscellaneous

    Column 1 Column 2
    Item Activity Specific Exception
    14

    Industrial development in any of the following locations:

    • (a) a park established under the Parks and Land Certainty Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 165, as a wilderness preserve, ecological reserve, recreational park or natural environmental park or as a park of any other type prescribed by regulation under that Act;

    27 On land under the administration and control of the Commissioner of Yukon or on settlement land, the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a structure, facility or installation for the purpose of agriculture, commercial recreation, public recreation, tourist accommodation, telecommunications, trapping or guiding persons hunting members of a species prescribed as a species of big game animal by a regulation made under the Wildlife Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 229
    • (1) On land under the administration and control of the Commissioner of Yukon, or on settlement land, in a municipality — including those settlement lands encircled by the municipality — the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a structure, facility or installation for the purpose of agriculture, commercial recreation, public recreation, tourist accommodation, telecommunications, trapping or guiding persons hunting members of a species prescribed as a species of big game animal by a regulation made under the Wildlife Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 229

    • (2) In a local advisory area or mapped community, on land under the administration and control of the Commissioner of Yukon or on settlement land, the construction, operation, modification, decommissioning or abandonment of a structure, facility or installation used for the purpose of agriculture, commercial recreation, public recreation, tourist accommodation, telecommunications, trapping or guiding persons hunting members of a species prescribed as a species of big game animal by a regulation made under the Wildlife Act, R.S.Y. 2002, c. 229, if there is another structure, facility or installation located on the same parcel that is already being used in the same undertaking

    30 Application of a control product that has a product class designation of “RESTRICTED” on the label as required by the Pest Control Products Regulations Other than in a national park, national park reserve and national historic site, application of Bacillus thuringiensis spp. to water that contains mosquito or black fly larvae and that is not a direct source of drinking water for human beings

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  4. Assessable Activities, Exceptions and Executive Committee Projects Regulations - SOR/2005-379 (SCHEDULE 3 : Projects to Be Submitted to the Executive Committee)
    Assessable Activities, Exceptions and Executive Committee Projects Regulations

    [...]

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    31 Flying of military fixed-wing jet aircraft as part of a training program at an altitude below 330 m above ground level if the number of flying hours planned is more than 25 hours in a calendar year.

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    39 Construction, decommissioning or abandonment of a facility used exclusively for the treatment, incineration, disposal, recycling or storage of special waste if

    • (a) its treatment, incineration, disposal or recycling capacity is

      • [...]

      • (ii) 10 t/year or more of special waste, other than waste oil, generated as a result of the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles, or

    • (b) its storage capacity is

      • [...]

      • (ii) 10 t or more of special waste, other than waste oil, generated as a result of the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles, or

    40 Expansion of a facility used exclusively for the treatment, incineration, disposal or recycling of special waste that increases its capacity by more than 35% if its treatment, incineration, disposal or recycling capacity is

    • [...]

    • (b) 10 t/year or more of special waste, other than waste oil, generated as a result of the repair and maintenance of motor vehicles; or

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  5. Assessable Activities, Exceptions and Executive Committee Projects Regulations - SOR/2005-379
    Assessable Activities, Exceptions and Executive Committee Projects Regulations

    Whereas the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development has consulted with the member of the Executive Council of Yukon designated by the Commissioner of Yukon as the territorial minister for the purposes of the Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment ActFootnote a and with the first nations, within the meaning of that Act;

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