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  1. National Historic Parks General Regulations - SOR/82-263 (Section 12)
    General Regulations Respecting the Control and Management of the National Historic Parks of Canada
    •  (1) The Superintendent of a Park shall designate any activity or area in the Park as restricted if it is necessary for the preservation, control or management of the Park.

    • (2) Where the Superintendent of a Park designates any activity or area as restricted pursuant to subsection (1), he or she shall so inform the public by the posting, at all information offices or centres located in the Park, of notices describing the activity and of maps showing the area.

    • (3) The Superintendent of a Park may, on application to him or her by any person, authorize that person to engage in an activity in the Park or to enter an area of the Park that has been designated as restricted pursuant to subsection (1) on such terms and conditions as the Superintendent may prescribe.

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    • (5) No person shall engage in an activity or enter an area that has been designated as restricted pursuant to subsection (1) except in accordance with the terms and conditions prescribed by the Superintendent.

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  2. National Historic Parks General Regulations - SOR/82-263 (Section 32)
    General Regulations Respecting the Control and Management of the National Historic Parks of Canada
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    • (2) The Superintendent may designate any wharf or area in the Park or any portion thereof as a wharf or area where mooring is allowed or where mooring is allowed only

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  3. National Historic Parks General Regulations - SOR/82-263 (Section 31)
    General Regulations Respecting the Control and Management of the National Historic Parks of Canada

     No person shall moor any vessel in the approach to or in the lee of any wharf in a Park in such a manner as to obstruct the free flow of vessels to and from the wharf.


  4. National Historic Parks General Regulations - SOR/82-263 (Section 29)
    General Regulations Respecting the Control and Management of the National Historic Parks of Canada

     Except as authorized by the Superintendent for the control or management of the Park, no person shall, in a Park, take off or land or deposit persons or objects from any aircraft, sail plane, glider, body kite, hang glider or other device designed or used to carry persons or objects through the air in powerless flight.


  5. National Historic Parks General Regulations - SOR/82-263 (Section 28)
    General Regulations Respecting the Control and Management of the National Historic Parks of Canada
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    • (4) Notwithstanding subsection (1), any person may

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      • (b) possess flares or fuses for use as safety equipment for motor vehicles, trains or boats in accordance with any federal or provincial requirements.

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