Government of Canada / Gouvernement du Canada
Symbol of the Government of Canada

Search

Coastal Fisheries Protection Regulations (C.R.C., c. 413)

Regulations are current to 2020-10-05 and last amended on 2019-06-17. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE I(Subsections 5(2) and 8(6))Licence Fees for Foreign Fishing Vessels

PART I

Licences Authorizing Fishing, Processing, Transshipping or Support Activities

ItemColumn IColumn IIColumn III
VesselsLicence FeeFee for Amendment
1All vessels not otherwise provided for in this Schedule in Canadian fisheries waters of the Atlantic Ocean other than Subarea 0.

$3.77 per ton, gross tonnage and

  • (a) $0.46 per ton, gross tonnage, per day on ground when licensed for any species other than cod, squid and tuna,

  • (b) $0.63 per ton, gross tonnage, per day on ground when licensed for cod,

  • (c) $0.39 per ton, gross tonnage, per day on ground when licensed for squid.

$594
2All vessels not otherwise provided for in this Schedule in Canadian fisheries waters of the Pacific Ocean.$3.77 per ton, gross tonnage, and $0.46 per ton, gross tonnage, per day when fishing.594
3Vessels, other than vessels of the United States, fishing for tuna in any Canadian fisheries waters.$9,889 per vessel.$594
4Vessels of France registered in Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, in Divisions 4R, 4S, Subdivisions 3Pn or 4Vn.$0.23 per ton, gross tonnage, per day on ground when fishing.528
5Vessels of the United States in any Canadian fisheries waters.NilNil
6Vessels of flag states that are not members of the European Economic Community other than the United States in Canadian fisheries waters in Subarea 0 in respect of which
  • (a) a licence to fish has not been issued in respect of Canadian fisheries waters not in Subarea 0.

  • (a) $2,473 and $3.77 per ton, gross tonnage.

(a) 594
  • (b) a licence to fish has been issued in respect of Canadian fisheries waters not in Subarea 0.

(b) 594
7Vessels of flag states that are members of the European Economic Community in Canadian fisheries waters in Subarea 0.NilNil
8Scientific and research vessels engaged in fisheries research of material benefit to Canada or the United States.NilNil
9Vessels engaged in developmental arrangements of material benefit to Canada.NilNil
10Vessels authorized to load, unload or transship fish or fish products at a Canadian port.NilNil
  • NOTE: In this part day on ground means any day during which a foreign fishing vessel has its licence on board and that vessel is in Canadian fisheries waters but does not include a day during which that vessel

    • (a) is in a Canadian port;

    • (b) transits to a Canadian port as a result of a medical emergency;

    • (c) embarks or disembarks observers upon request of a Regional Director-General;

    • (d) proceeds to a specified position for the purpose of an inspection upon request of a Regional Director-General or a protection officer;

    • (e) enters Canadian fisheries waters after 2300 Greenwich mean time;

    • (f) leaves Canadian fisheries waters prior to 0100 Greenwich mean time; or

    • (g) is under seizure by a protection officer.

PART II[Repealed, SOR/86-939, s. 5]

PART III

Licences Authorizing Activities other than Fishing, Processing, Transhipping or Support Activities

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemVesselsLicence FeeAmendment Fee
1Vessels of any flag stateNilNil

PART IVExemption from Amendment Fees

  • 1 No fee shall be charged for an amendment to a licence where the amendment results from any of the following circumstances:

    • (a) non-arrival of a vessel into Canadian fisheries waters due to extenuating circumstances;

    • (b) early or late arrival of a vessel into Canadian fisheries waters within 14 days of the originally requested starting date on the initial entry of that vessel each year;

    • (c) sea accident while in Canadian fisheries waters affecting ship safety;

    • (d) allocations of quotas after the issuing of the licence;

    • (e) closure of a fishery on scientific advice for the conservation of fish stocks;

    • (f) port visits for less than 24 hours for other than routine reasons;

    • (g) port visits for emergency vessel repairs related to ship safety;

    • (h) port visits for less than 24 hours for the embarkation or disembarkation of an observer;

    • (i) entry of a vessel into a special project with a Canadian company where the project is of a material benefit to Canada;

    • (j) loss of fishing days as a result of court action resulting in an acquittal; and

    • (k) amendments initiated by the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans.

PART V

Licences Authorizing the Activity Set out in Paragraph 5(1)(b) of These Regulations

Column 1Column 2
ItemLicenceLicence Fee
1Authorizing the activity set out in paragraph 5(1)(b) of these Regulations$1,500
  • SOR/78-447, s. 2
  • SOR/78-795, s. 3
  • SOR/79-713, s. 12
  • SOR/80-186, s. 7
  • SOR/81-729, s. 2
  • SOR/82-289, s. 3
  • SOR/83-264, s. 2
  • SOR/85-527, s. 15
  • SOR/86-939, s. 5
  • SOR/86-1091, s. 1
  • SOR/89-34, ss. 1 to 3
  • SOR/90-55, s. 1
  • SOR/90-57, ss. 1, 2
  • SOR/94-362, ss. 4(F), 5(F), 8(F)
  • SOR/94-444, s. 3
 
Date modified: