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Coastal Fisheries Protection Regulations

Version of section 2 from 2006-03-22 to 2014-06-05:


 In these Regulations,

Act

Act means the Coastal Fisheries Protection Act; (Loi)

applicant

applicant means a person signing an application for a licence pursuant to section 6; (requérant)

CASPO Convention

CASPO Convention means the Convention for the Conservation of Anadromous Stocks in the North Pacific Ocean; (convention CPAPN)

crew

crew means, in relation to a foreign fishing vessel, any person on board that vessel other than a protection officer, observer or other representative of the Government of Canada on board the vessel in the course of his duties; (membre de l’équipage)

Division 3L

Division 3L means Division 3L as described in paragraph 4(b) of Note A of Schedule III to the Atlantic Fishery Regulations, 1985; (division 3L)

Division 3M

Division 3M means Division 3M as described in paragraph 4(b) of Note A of Schedule III to the Atlantic Fishery Regulations, 1985; (division 3M)

Division 3N

Division 3N means Division 3N as described in paragraph 4(b) of Note A of Schedule III to the Atlantic Fishery Regulations, 1985; (division 3N)

Division 3NO

Division 3NO means Division 3NO as described in section 3 of note B of Schedule III to the Atlantic Fishery Regulations, 1985; (division 3NO)

Division 3O

Division 3O means Division 3O as described in paragraph 4(b) of Note A of Schedule III to the Atlantic Fishery Regulations, 1985; (division 3O)

Fishing Zone 4

Fishing Zone 4, Fishing Zone 5 or Fishing Zone 6 means the area of the sea described as Fishing Zone 4, Fishing Zone 5 or Fishing Zone 6 in the Fishing Zones of Canada (Zones 4 and 5) Order and the Fishing Zones of Canada (Zone 6) Order; (Zone de pêche 4, Zone de pêche 5, Zone de pêche 6)

flag state

flag state of a foreign fishing vessel means the state in which the vessel is registered or, where the vessel is not registered, the state whose flag the vessel is entitled to fly; (État du pavillon)

International Code of Signals

International Code of Signals means the International Code of Signals published by the Department of Transport; (Code international de signaux)

licence

licence means a licence issued pursuant to section 5; (licence)

master

master includes every person having command or charge of a fishing vessel but does not include a pilot; (capitaine)

NAFO

NAFO means the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization; (OPAN)

NAFO Measures

NAFO Measures means the Conservation and Enforcement Measures adopted by NAFO, as amended from time to time; (mesures de l’OPAN)

observer

observer means

  • (a) for the purposes of sections 37 and 38, a person placed on board a fishing vessel of a participating state pursuant to Measure VI.A of the NAFO Measures, or

  • (b) for any other purpose, a person who is designated as such by a Regional Director-General and is in possession of an identification card indicating that designation; (observateur)

permit

permit[Repealed, SOR/85-527, s. 1]

pilot ladder

pilot ladder means a pilot ladder as described in the Pilot Ladder Regulations; (échelle de pilote)

processing

processing includes cleaning, filleting, tubing, icing, packing, canning, freezing, smoking, salting, cooking, pickling, drying, or preparing fish for market in any other manner; (traitement)

Regional Director-General

Regional Director-General means the Director-General of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans for the Pacific, Quebec, Gulf, Scotia-Fundy or Newfoundland Region, as may be appropriate; (Directeur général régional)

round weight

round weight means with respect to fish, the weight of whole unprocessed fish as it is taken from the water; (poids entier)

Signal L

Signal L means the signal prescribed in the International Code of Signals to mean “You should stop your vessel instantly.”; (signal L)

Signal SQ 1

Signal SQ 1 means the signal prescribed in the International Code of Signals to mean “You should stop or heave to, otherwise I shall open fire on you.”; (signal SQ 1)

Signal SQ 3

Signal SQ 3 means the signal prescribed in the International Code of Signals to mean “You should stop, or heave to; I am going to board you”.; (signal SQ 3)

sport fishing

sport fishing means fishing for pleasure and not for sale or barter; (pêche sportive)

Subarea

Subarea has the same meaning as the Atlantic Fishery Regulations. (sous-zone)

  • SOR/79-713, s. 1
  • SOR/81-729, s. 1
  • SOR/83-264, s. 1
  • SOR/85-527, s. 1
  • SOR/86-939, s. 1(E)
  • SOR/94-362, ss. 1, 4(F), 7(F)
  • SOR/99-313, s. 1
  • SOR/2004-110, s. 1
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