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  1. Cargo, Fumigation and Tackle Regulations - SOR/2007-128 (Section 151)
    •  (1) A passenger vessel that is engaged on a sheltered waters voyage, a near coastal voyage, Class 2 or an inland voyage may carry a motor vehicle, other than a recreational vehicle, that has fuel in its fuel tank or is carrying fuel outside the fuel tank to propel the vehicle if

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      • (b) the fuel tank is not so full as to be likely to spill because of an increase in volume from temperature changes;

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    • (3) A passenger vessel that is engaged on a sheltered waters voyage, a near coastal voyage, Class 2 or an inland voyage may carry a trailer, including one carrying containers of gasoline, that is being used to carry a motorboat or a total of not more than two motorbikes, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles and personal watercraft that have gasoline in their fuel tanks or are carrying containers of gasoline outside their fuel tanks to propel them if

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      • (b) the fuel tanks are not so full as to be likely to spill because of an increase in volume from temperature changes; and

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    • (6) Subject to subsection (8), a passenger vessel that is engaged on a voyage other than a voyage described in subsection (1) may carry a motorized conveyance that has fuel in its fuel tank if

      • (a) when it is stowed on deck,

        • (i) its fuel tank is not so full as to be likely to spill because of an increase in volume from temperature changes, and


  2. Cargo, Fumigation and Tackle Regulations - SOR/2007-128 (Section 145)
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    • (2) Every person who packs dangerous goods in a cargo transport unit shall ensure that

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      • (j) if the unit is temperature controlled, it has machinery and a power supply that are of a type unable to create a hazard for the goods and are in good working order; and



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