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Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations

SOR/2008-120

CANADA SHIPPING ACT, 2001

Registration 2008-04-17

Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations

P.C. 2008-774 2008-04-17

Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, pursuant to sections 136Footnote a and 207 of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001Footnote b, hereby makes the annexed Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations.

Interpretation

 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

electrical propulsion

electrical propulsion means a mode of propulsion provided by a main propelling machinery that is an electric motor powered by electric cells. (propulsion électrique)

engine power

engine power means the engine power, in kilowatts, calculated in accordance with International Standard ISO 8665, Small Craft — Marine Propulsion Engines and Systems — Power Measurements and Declarations, second edition, August 1, 1994. (puissance motrice)

local authority

local authority means a government of a municipality, township, parish, county or regional district, any other government constituted under the laws of a province or territory, or a department of a provincial or territorial government or of the federal government. (administration locale)

Minister

Minister means the Minister of Transport. (ministre)

personal watercraft

personal watercraft means a water-jet driven vessel with an enclosed hull and no cockpit that is designed to be used by one or more persons who are straddling, sitting, standing or kneeling. (motomarine)

power-driven

power-driven means a mode of propulsion provided by a main propelling machinery that is an internal combustion engine or a steam engine. (propulsion mécanique)

provincial authority

provincial authority means a department of the government of a province designated by that government to process requests to impose restrictions on the operation of vessels in respect of waters within that province. (autorité provinciale)

rivers and lakes

rivers and lakes includes all those waters of any river upstream of a line between the most seaward extremities of the shore of the river at high tide but does not include the waters of the St. Lawrence River east of 70°53′ W longitude. (fleuves, rivières et lacs)

Restrictions

Operation of Vessels

  •  (1) No person shall operate a vessel in any of the waters described in Schedule 1, except as indicated in that Schedule.

  • (2) No person shall operate a power-driven vessel or a vessel driven by electrical propulsion in any of the waters described in Schedule 2, except as indicated in that Schedule.

  • (3) No person shall operate a power-driven vessel in any of the waters described in Schedule 3, except as indicated in that Schedule.

  • (4) No person shall operate a power-driven vessel or a vessel driven by electrical propulsion that has an engine power greater than the maximum engine power set out in column 4 of Schedule 4 in waters in public parks and controlled access bodies of water described in columns 1 to 3 of that Schedule.

  • (5) No person shall operate a power-driven vessel or a vessel driven by electrical propulsion in the waters described in columns 1 to 3 of Schedule 5 or 6 in excess of the maximum speed set out in column 4 of that Schedule, except as indicated in that Schedule.

  • (6) No person shall operate a power-driven vessel or a vessel driven by electrical propulsion in the waters described in Schedule 7 for the purpose of towing a person on water skis, a surf board or any other similar equipment, except during the permitted hours set out in that Schedule, if any.

  • (7) No person shall operate a power-driven vessel at a speed in excess of 10 km/h within 30 m of the shore in the following waters:

    • (a) the waters of Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta;

    • (b) the rivers and lakes in British Columbia;

    • (c) Nitinat River and Nitinat Lake, upstream of Nitinat Bar, in British Columbia;

    • (d) the rivers and lakes in Nova Scotia; and

    • (e) Bras d’Or Lake in Nova Scotia, inland of a line drawn between Coffin Point and Red Head in Great Bras d’Or Channel and the inland end of St. Peters Canal.

  • (8) Subsection (7) does not apply

    • (a) in respect of a vessel that is operated for the purpose of towing a person on water skis, a surf board or any other similar equipment if

      • (i) the vessel follows a trajectory perpendicular to the shore, and

      • (ii) the operation takes place within an area designated by buoys as an area in which that operation is permitted; or

    • (b) in respect of a power-driven vessel that is operated

      • (i) in rivers that are less than 100 m in width or in canals or buoyed channels, or

      • (ii) in any waters referred to in Schedule 5 or 6 in respect of which a maximum speed is set out.

  • (9) Subsections (5) and (7) do not apply to a vessel that is required to comply with another speed limit established under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 or the Canada Marine Act.

  •  (1) Subsections 2(1) to (4) do not apply to

    • (a) a person who occupies a waterfront property that is not accessible by road and operates a vessel solely for the purpose of gaining access to that property; or

    • (b) a person who holds a provincial fishing permit and whose livelihood depends on fishing.

  • (2) Subsections 2(1) to (5) and (7) do not apply to

    • (a) an enforcement officer acting within the scope of their duties;

    • (b) an employee or agent or mandatary of Her Majesty in right of Canada or a province, or of a county, municipality or regional district, acting within the scope of their duties;

    • (c) a person rescuing someone or preventing damage to property; or

    • (d) a person who operates a safety boat for surveillance, rendering assistance and lifeguarding within the scope of regular activities carried out by a recreational institution or a teaching or racing organization established under provincial, federal or international laws.

 If a local authority seeks, in respect of certain waters, the imposition of a restriction that is of the same nature as a restriction imposed by section 2 or 11, the local authority shall submit to the provincial authority in the province for which the restriction is proposed, or to the Minister if no provincial authority exists, a request together with a report that specifies the location of the waters, the nature of the proposed restriction, information regarding the public consultations held, particulars regarding the implementation of the proposed restriction and any other information that is necessary to justify regulatory intervention.

Signs

 No person shall place a sign anywhere for the purpose of restricting the operation of any vessel in Canadian waters unless

  • (a) the placement has been authorized by the Minister under subsection 6(1) and the sign complies with sections 8 and 9, except in the case of a sign that provides information with respect to a restriction under subsection 2(7) or section 14; or

  • (b) the placement is authorized under an Act of Parliament other than the Canada Shipping Act, 2001.

  •  (1) The Minister may authorize in writing any person or class of persons to place a sign in an area for the purpose of indicating that a restriction on the operation of vessels has been established by subsections 2(1) to (6) or section 11 in respect of that area.

  • (2) The person who places the sign shall

    • (a) bear all costs of construction, placing, maintenance and removal; and

    • (b) maintain the sign in the form required by sections 8 and 9 while the sign is in place.

  • (3) If a restriction in any of the schedules is removed, the Minister shall cancel the authorization and inform the person of the cancellation.

  • (4) On being so informed by the Minister, the person who placed the sign shall immediately remove it as well as any support erected for it.

 A person who is informed by the Minister that the person has placed an unauthorized sign shall remove it immediately.

  •  (1) A person authorized to place a sign shall ensure that the sign is in one of the following forms, according to the restriction applied:

    • (a) the symbol shown under letter C of Table 1 to Schedule 9, to indicate an area in which vessels are prohibited;

    • (b) a disc bordered by a band coloured international orange, as shown in Figure 1 of Table 3 to Schedule 9, in conjunction with two of the symbols shown in Table 1 to that Schedule, to indicate a single restriction;

    • (c) an elongated circle bordered by a band coloured international orange, as shown in Figure 4 of Table 3 to Schedule 9, in conjunction with two or more of the symbols shown in Table 1 to that Schedule, to indicate multiple restrictions; or

    • (d) a half-disc bordered by a band coloured international orange above a black line surmounting a half-rectangle bordered by a band coloured green, as shown in Figure 5 of Table 3 to Schedule 9, in conjunction with, in the half-disc, the appropriate symbols shown in Table 1 to that Schedule and, in the half-rectangle, the symbols shown in Table 2 to that Schedule, to indicate the applicable conditions to the restriction.

  • (2) A directional disc bordered by a band coloured international orange, as shown in Figure 2 or 3 of Table 3 to Schedule 9, may be substituted for the disk referred to in paragraph (1)(b) to indicate the boundary of the waters to which the restriction applies and, by means of the directional disc pointer, the side on which the restriction applies.

  • (3) An information rectangle bordered by a band coloured international orange, as shown in Figure 6 of Table 3 to Schedule 9, may be placed underneath the sign referred to in subsection (1) to provide any additional information on the restriction indicated on that sign.

  • (4) The width of the band coloured international orange referred to in this section shall be one twelfth of the width or diameter of the sign.

  • (5) A sign that is authorized by the Minister, or one that was authorized under the Boating Restriction Regulations and that is replaced, shall be marked at the lower edge in black with the words “TRANSPORT CANADA” and “TRANSPORTS CANADA”.

  •  (1) Where it appears on a sign referred to in section 8,

    • (a) the diagonal bar shown under letter B of Table 1 to Schedule 9 crossing behind one of the other symbols shown in that Table indicates a prohibition of the usage or activity indicated by the symbol being crossed by the diagonal bar;

    • (b) the propeller symbol shown under letter D of Table 1 to Schedule 9 in conjunction with the diagonal bar shown under letter B of that Table indicates that no power-driven vessel or vessel driven by electrical propulsion shall be operated on the waters in respect of which the sign has been placed;

    • (c) the symbol shown under letter E of Table 1 to Schedule 9, consisting of a propeller superimposed by a gas pump in conjunction with the diagonal bar shown under letter B of that Table, indicates that no power-driven vessel shall be operated on the waters in respect of which the sign has been placed;

    • (d) the symbol consisting of a number shown under letter A of Table 1 to Schedule 9 above the expression “MAX kW” shown under letter F of that Table indicates that no power-driven vessel with an engine whose power exceeds the power in kilowatts represented by that number shall be operated on the waters in respect of which the sign has been placed;

    • (e) the symbol consisting of a number shown under letter A of Table 1 to Schedule 9 above the expression “MAX km/h” shown under letter G of that Table indicates that no power-driven vessel shall be operated at a speed in excess of the speed over the ground, in kilometres per hour, represented by that number on the waters in respect of which the sign has been placed; and

    • (f) the symbol consisting of the word “SKI” shown under letter H of Table 1 to Schedule 9 in conjunction with the diagonal bar shown under letter B of that Table indicates that no power-driven vessel shall be operated for the purpose of towing a person on water skis, a surf board or any other similar equipment on the waters in respect of which the sign has been placed.

  • (2) If a prohibition referred to in subsection (1) applies only during specified periods, the following symbols shall appear on a sign referred to in section 8:

    • (a) if the prohibition applies to certain hours of the day, the clock shown under letter A of Table 2 to Schedule 9, to indicate, in red, the hours during which the prohibition applies and, in green, the hours during which it is permitted to practise the activity otherwise prohibited by the sign;

    • (b) if the prohibition applies to certain days of the week, the series of seven squares shown under letter B of Table 2 to Schedule 9 in which appears in English and in French the first letter in white of each day of the week, to indicate, in red, the days on which the prohibition applies and, in green, the days on which it is permitted to practise the activity otherwise prohibited by the sign; and

    • (c) if the prohibition applies to certain months of the year, the series of eight squares shown under letter C of Table 2 to Schedule 9 in which appears the first letter in white of the months of April to November inclusive, to indicate, in red, the months during which the prohibition applies and, in green, the months during which it is permitted to practise the activity otherwise prohibited by the sign.

  • (3) If a prohibition referred to in subsection (1) applies only to a sector of a body of water from a marked geographical point or line in the cardinal direction of that sector, the person authorized by the Minister to place a sign shall place it at that point or line together with an additional sign bearing the black compass rose shown under letter D of Table 2 to Schedule 9 within a square, with one or more sections coloured international orange.

  • (4) For the purpose of subsection (3), the following sections of the compass rose, coloured international orange, indicate the cardinal directions of the sector to which the prohibition applies:

    • (a) upper right and left corners, north;

    • (b) upper right corner, northeast;

    • (c) upper and lower right corners, east;

    • (d) lower right corner, southeast;

    • (e) lower left and right corners, south;

    • (f) lower left corner, southwest;

    • (g) upper and lower left corners, west; and

    • (h) upper left corner, northwest.

  • (5) If a sign authorized by the Minister is placed directly on a buoy, a horizontal band shall be marked immediately above and immediately below the sign such that each band

    • (a) is one twelfth of the sign width;

    • (b) is coloured international orange; and

    • (c) extends all around the buoy.

 No person shall

  • (a) remove any authorized sign unless the authorization has been cancelled;

  • (b) alter, conceal, damage or destroy any authorized sign; or

  • (c) use any authorized sign or any support erected for it as a mooring.

Special Events or Activities

  •  (1) No person shall hold a sporting, recreational or public event or activity in waters other than those described in Schedule 8 in a manner or at a place that would unreasonably interfere with the safe and efficient navigation of vessels.

  • (2) No person shall hold a sporting, recreational or public event or activity in the waters described in Schedule 8 unless the person is authorized to do so by a permit issued under subsection 12(1).

  • (3) No person shall hold, in the waters described in subsection 2(7) or in Schedule 5 or 6, a sporting, recreational or public event or activity, during which vessels will be operated at a speed that exceeds the maximum speed prescribed by these Regulations in respect of those waters unless the person is authorized by a permit issued under subsection 12(2).

  •  (1) The Minister may issue a permit that authorizes a person to hold a sporting, recreational or public event or activity in the waters described in Schedule 8 and that sets out conditions

    • (a) to minimize risk to the safety of persons and interference with the safe and efficient navigation of vessels; and

    • (b) to protect the public interest.

  • (2) The Minister may issue a permit authorizing a person to hold, in the waters described in subsection 2(7) or in Schedule 5 or 6, a sporting, recreational or public event or activity during which vessels will be operated at a speed that exceeds the maximum speed prescribed by these Regulations in respect of those waters, and that sets out conditions

    • (a) to minimize risk to the safety of persons and interference with the safe navigation of vessels; and

    • (b) to protect the public interest.

  • (3) The person in whose name a permit to hold a sporting, recreational or public event or activity is issued and all persons taking part in the event or activity shall comply with the conditions set out in the permit.

  • (4) The Minister may cancel a permit if the person in whose name the permit was issued or persons taking part in the event or activity do not comply with the conditions set out in the permit.

  • (5) If the permit is cancelled, the Minister shall give notice of the cancellation to the person in whose name the permit was issued.

Anchorage in False Creek

 In section 14, anchor includes securing a vessel to a mooring buoy or attaching it to another vessel that is anchored.

  •  (1) No person shall, unless the person holds a permit issued by the Minister, anchor a vessel within the waters of False Creek in the City of Vancouver that are east of a line drawn 45° true from Kitsilano Point to the north shore of False Creek

    • (a) for a cumulative period of more than eight hours between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.; or

    • (b) any time between 11:00 p.m. of one day and 9:00 a.m. of the following day.

  • (2) The Minister shall issue a permit for a maximum period set out in subsection (3) or (4) if

    • (a) the owner or operator of a vessel submits to the Minister a signed application providing the following information:

      • (i) the number of days that the vessel would be anchored,

      • (ii) the name and permanent address of the applicant,

      • (iii) the telephone number or the place where the applicant may be contacted during the period of the permit, and

      • (iv) the vessel’s identification;

    • (b) the vessel is seaworthy; and

    • (c) there is space available to anchor the vessel.

  • (3) A permit is valid for a maximum period of

    • (a) 14 days for a permit issued during the summer, being the period beginning on April 1 and ending on September 30; and

    • (b) 21 days for a permit issued during the winter, being the period beginning on October 1 and ending on March 31.

  • (4) The owner or operator of a vessel may apply for another permit to anchor the vessel for a maximum period, calculated as follows:

    • (a) for permits issued during the summer, 14 days less the number of full or partial days that the vessel was anchored during the 30 days before the day of the application; and

    • (b) for permits issued during the winter, 21 days less the number of full or partial days that the vessel was anchored during the 40 days before the day of the application.

  • (5) This section does not apply to the following persons acting within the scope of their duties:

    • (a) an enforcement officer; or

    • (b) an employee or agent or mandatary of Her Majesty in right of Canada or a province, or of a county, municipality or regional district.

Safe Operation

[SOR/2008-120, err., Vol. 142, No. 10]
  •  (1) A person who operates a vessel shall do so in a safe manner and

    • (a) shall take into account any circumstances that could pose a danger to the vessel or to other vessels; and

    • (b) shall avoid endangering the safety of persons involved in any activity in any waters.

  • (2) In order to ensure the safety of persons during a sporting, recreational or public event or activity for which a permit has been issued, a person who operates a vessel shall do so in a manner that does not interfere with the event or activity.

Enforcement

 For the purpose of ensuring compliance with sections 2 to 15, the persons or classes of persons set out in the table to this section are appointed or specified as enforcement officers.

TABLE

Column 1Column 2
ItemPersons or classes of personsGeographic location, if applicable
1A member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
2A member of any harbour or river police force
3A member of any provincial, county or municipal police force
4A marine safety inspector
5A pleasure craft safety inspector
6A person employed as park warden by Parks Canada and appointed under the Canada National Parks Act
7A person employed as marine conservation area warden by Parks Canada and appointed under the Canada National Marine Conservation Areas Act
8A person employed as conservation officer by the National Capital Commission
9A person employed as fishery officer by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans in British Columbia and YukonIn British Columbia, Yukon and their adjacent waters
10A member of the British Columbia Conservation Officer Service appointed under the British Columbia Environmental Management Act, S.B.C. 2003, c. 53
11A conservation officer appointed under the Alberta Government Organization Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. G-10
12A forest officer appointed under the Alberta Forests Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. F-22
13A wildlife officer appointed under the Alberta Wildlife Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. W-10
14A bylaw enforcement officer employed by the Town of Chestermere, in AlbertaIn Alberta
15A community peace officer — Level 1, employed by the Alberta Special Areas Board and appointed under the Alberta Peace Officer Act, S.A. 2006, c. P-3.5
16A special constable employed by the Wascana Centre Authority and appointed under The Wascana Centre Act, R.S.S. 1978, c. W-4, Saskatchewan
17A person employed as conservation officer by the Saskatchewan Department of Environment and appointed as special constable under The Police Act, 1990, S.S. 1990-1991, c. P-15.01
18

A special constable or municipal inspector for the following entities in Quebec:

Municipality of Austin, Municipality of Ayer’s Cliff, Township Municipality of Potton, Township Municipality of Stanstead, Township of Hatley, Municipality of Hatley, City of Magog, Regional Municipality of Memphrémagog, Town of North Hatley, Municipality of Ogden, Municipality of Sainte-Catherine-de-Hatley, Municipality of Adstock, Municipality of Lambton, Municipality of Saint-Romain, Municipality of Saint-Joseph-de-Coleraine, Municipality of Sainte-Praxède, Municipality of Stornoway, City of Lac-Brome and Municipality of Saint-Ferdinand

19A person employed as conservation officer by the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources
20A peace officer or special constable appointed under the Nova Scotia Police Act, S.N.S. 2004, c. 31, who operates in the Halifax Regional Municipality in Nova ScotiaIn the Halifax Regional Municipality
21A park ranger appointed under the British Columbia Park Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 344
  • SOR/2009-213, s. 1

 An enforcement officer may

  • (a) direct or prohibit the movement of any vessel; and

  • (b) stop and board any vessel at any reasonable time, and

    • (i) direct any person to put into operation or cease operating any equipment on board the vessel,

    • (ii) ask any pertinent questions of, and demand all reasonable assistance from, any person on board the vessel, and

    • (iii) require that any person on board the vessel provide to the enforcement officer, for examination, any document or information that is in the person’s possession.

Age Restrictions

 Sections 19 to 21 apply in respect of a pleasure craft that is operated for recreational purposes in Canadian waters, other than in the waters of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

 No person who is under 12 years of age shall operate, and no person shall allow a person who is under 12 years of age to operate, a pleasure craft, other than a personal watercraft, propelled by a motor with an engine power greater than 7.5 kW, unless the person is accompanied and directly supervised in the pleasure craft by a person who is 16 years of age or older.

 No person who is under 16 years of age shall operate, and no person shall allow a person who is under 16 years of age to operate, a pleasure craft, other than a personal watercraft, propelled by a motor with an engine power greater than 30 kW, unless the person is accompanied and directly supervised in the pleasure craft by a person who is 16 years of age or older.

 No person who is under 16 years of age shall operate, and no person shall allow a person who is under 16 years of age to operate, a personal watercraft.

Repeal

 [Repeal]

Coming into Force

 These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are registered.

SCHEDULE 1(Subsection 2(1))Waters on Which All Vessels Are Prohibited

PART 1

Alberta

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Alberta Land Titles Act Reference System)
Southern Region
1Elkwater Lake, as indicated by signs23,25-8-3-W4
2Outpost Lake, as indicated by signsPolice Lake1-26-W4
3Beauvais Lake, as indicated by signs29-5-1-W5
4Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsPark Lake9,10-22-W4
5Lee Lake, as indicated by signs7,8-7-2-W5
6St. Mary Reservoir, as indicated by signs4-24,25-W4
7Newell Lake, as indicated by signs17-15-W4
8Travers Reservoir, as indicated by signs31-14-21-W4
9Keho Lake, as indicated by signs11-22,23-W4
10Stafford Reservoir, as indicated by signsChin Lakes9-19-W4
11Beaver Mines Lakes, as indicated by signs11-5-3-W5
12Milk River Ridge Reservoir, as indicated by signsRidge Reservoir5-20-W4
13Chain Lakes, as indicated by signs14,15-2-W5
14That portion of the Oldman River between the Bitango Bridge in 30-7-29-W4 and the Oldman River Dam Project access bridge in 16-7-29-W427-11-13-W4
Central Region
1Little Fish Lake, as indicated by signs28-16-W4
2Bow River at Carseland Weir, as indicated by signs31,32-21-25-W4
3Unnamed lakeSikome Lake25-1-22-W5
4Unnamed reservoirCipperley’s Reservoir8-32-1-W5
5Unnamed reservoirHwy No. 2 (Harris) Reservoir36-44-25-W4
6Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsLacombe Experimental Farm Pond24-40-27-W4
7Unnamed reservoirPonoka Centennial Park Reservoir43-25-W4
8Unnamed reservoirSimpson Reservoir12-35-6-W4
9Gull Lake, as indicated by signs41-28-W4
10Gooseberry Lake, as indicated by signs36-5,6-W4
11Miquelon Lakes, as indicated by signs49-20,21-W4
12Buffalo Lake, as indicated by signs25-40-21-W4
13Pine Lake, as indicated by signs36-24,25-W4
14Unnamed reservoirTees Reservoir25-40-24-W4
15Unnamed reservoirHwy No. 2 Reservoir22-42-26-W4
16Unnamed lakePrins’ Pond25-40-28-W4
17Unnamed lakeOwen’s Pond28-45-10-W4
18Unnamed lakeWallace Park Pond44-6-W4
19Unnamed lakeMonitor Pond6-35-4-W4
20Sylvan Lake, as indicated by signs39-1-2-W5
21Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsHardisty Lake1-43-10-W4
22Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsKeivers Lake25-31-26-W4
23Red Deer Lake, as indicated by signs43-21,22-W4
24Twin Lakes West, as indicated by signs9-46-3-W5
25Bow River at Western Irrigation District Weir Calgary, as indicated by signs13-24-1-W5
26Buck Lake, as indicated by signs46-6-W5
27Pigeon Lake, as indicated by signs47-1-W5
28Gleniffer Lake, as indicated by signsDickson Reservoir35-2,3-W5
29Red Deer River, as indicated by signs36-2-W5
East Slopes Region
1Jarvis Lake, as indicated by signs52-26-W5
2Gregg Lake, as indicated by signs52,53-26-W5
3Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsBear Lake10-55-15-W5
4McLeod Lake, as indicated by signsCarson Lake61-11,12-W5
5Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsPegasus Lake61-11-W5
6Goose Lake, as indicated by signs61-8-W5
7Wolf Lake, as indicated by signs49-14-W5
8Unnamed lakeRocky Fish and Game Pond33-39-7-W5
Northeast Region
1Garner Lake, as indicated by signs60-12-W4
2Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsLong Lake63-19-W4
3Moose Lake, as indicated by signs60,61-6,7-W4
4Lac la Biche, as indicated by signs68-15-W4
5Unnamed reservoir, as indicated by signsVermilion Reservoir50-6-W4
6Gregoire Lake, as indicated by signs13-86-8-W4
7Whitney Lake, as indicated by signs16,17-56-4-W4
8Cold Lake, as indicated by signs63,65-1,2-W4
9Touchwood Lake, as indicated by signs67-10-W4
10Beaver Lake, as indicated by signs66-12,13-W4
11Manatokan Lake, as indicated by signs63-7-W4
12Namur Lake, as indicated by signs97-17-W4
13Lower Thérien Lake, as indicated by signs57-10-W4
14Floatingstone Lake, as indicated by signsBoyne Lake60-11-W4
15Thunder Lake59-5,6-W5
16Wabamun Lake, as indicated by signs52,53-4,5-W5
17Jack Fish Lake, as indicated by signs52-2-W5
18Lac Ste. Anne, as indicated by signs54,55-3,4-W5
19Lac la Nonne, as indicated by signs57-2,3-W5
20Steele Lake, as indicated by signsCross Lake65-25,26-W4
21Calling Lake, as indicated by signs33-72-22-W4
22Halfmoon Lake, as indicated by signs58-23-W4
23Unnamed lakeMorinville Pond5-56-25-W4
24Unnamed lakeWestlock Pond31-59-25-W4
25Unnamed lakeNamepi Reservoir14-58-20-W4
26Sandy Lake, as indicated by signs55,56-1-W5
27Isle Lake, as indicated by signs53,54-5,6-W5
28Dillberry Lake, as indicated by signs41,42-1-W4
29Wizard Lake, as indicated by signs48-27,28-W4
30Shorncliffe Lake, as indicated by signs40-6,7-W4
31Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsHasse Lake13-52-2-W5
32Lac Santé, as indicated by signsBig Fish Lake56-11-W4
33Vincent Lake, as indicated by signs59-9,10-W4
34Bonnie Lake, as indicated by signs59,60-13-W4
35Fork Lake, as indicated by signs63-11-W4
36North Buck Lake, as indicated by signs66-17-W4
37Hanmore Lake, as indicated by signs61-17,18-W4
38Jackfish Lake, as indicated by signs67-21-W4
39Moore Lake, as indicated by signs64-4-W4
40Skeleton Lake, as indicated by signs65-18,19-W4
41Camp Lake, as indicated by signs10-48-11-W4
42Long Island Lake, as indicated by signs63-25,26-W4
43Muriel Lake, as indicated by signs59,60-5-W4
44Ross Lake53°50′
110°30′
45Half Moon LakeHalf Moon Lake53°35′
113°28′
46Baptiste Lake, as indicated by signsBaptiste Lake66-24-W4
Peace River Region
1Cardinal Lake, as indicated by signsCardinal Lake83-24-W5
2Lesser Slave Lake, as indicated by signs19-75-12-W5
3Saskatoon Lake, as indicated by signs72-7,8-W6
4Sturgeon Lake, as indicated by signs70-23-W5
5Winagami Lake, as indicated by signs76,77-18,19-W5
6Mirage Lake, as indicated by signsMoonshine Lake79-8-W6
7Musreau Lake, as indicated by signs64-5-W6
8Rycroft Pond15-78-5-W6
9Grimshaw Agricultural Society Pond # 127-83-23-W5
10Lesser Slave River, as indicated by signs73-5-W5
11Fawcett Lake, as indicated by signs73-26-W4

PART 2

Ontario

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionSpecific LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1

That part of the Niagara River that lies within Canada and that is between

  • (a) a straight line joining the end of the breakwater at the mouth of the Welland River to the westerly side of the mouth of Gill Creek at Niagara Falls, New York; and

  • (b) the crest of the Horseshoe Falls at Niagara Falls, Ontario

43°16′ 79°03′
2That part of Wilcox Lake that is a zone extending 75 m into the lake, commencing at a point where a stream enters the lake on the northeast shore, having as a reference 43°57′00″ N and 79°25′50″ W, thence following the shoreline in a southerly and easterly direction to a point opposite the end of the 5th side road (Bethesda Road), having as a reference 43°56′45″ N and 79°25′40″ W43°57′ 79°26′
3

That part of the Thames River that is within the City of London, Ontario, and its environs, between

  • (a) Fanshawe Dam on the north branch;

  • (b) the Hamilton Road bridge on the south branch; and

  • (c) downstream, beyond the junction of the north and south branches to the Delaware Bridge on Hwy 2

Note: Closed only during high water periods when the water level is at an elevation of 226.5 m G.D.C. or higher, measured at the Byron gauge

42°59′ 81°14′42°19′ 82°27′
4

That part of Big Tub Harbour, Tobermory, enclosed by the following positions:

45°15′19.5″ N 81°40′51″ W, 45°15′19.5″ N 81°40′54″ W, 45°15′17″ N 81°40′54″ W and 45°15′17″ N 81°40′51″ W

45°16′ 81°41′
5That part of Tobermory Harbour adjacent to the shore near the lighthouse on Lighthouse Point and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°15′29″ N 81°40′23″ W to 45°15′29″ N 81°40′20″ W to 45°15′26″ N 81°40′20″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′26″ N 81°40′25″ W45°16′ 81°40′
6That part of Tobermory Harbour adjacent to the shore along the east side and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°15′25″ N 81°39′44″ W to 45°15′35″ N 81°39′44″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′35″ N 81°39′39″ W45°16′ 81°40′
7

That part of Lake Huron on the northwest bank and enclosed by the following positions:

45°16′12″ N 81°45′00″ W, 45°16′18″ N 81°45′00″ W, 45°16′18″ N 81°45′18″ W and 45°16′08″ N 81°45′18″ W

45°17′ 81°45′
8That part of Lake Huron adjacent to the easterly shore of Russel Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°15′59″ N 81°41′17″ W to 45°15′59″ N 81°41′12″ W to 45°15′54″ N 81°41′12″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′54″ N 81°41′23″ W45°16′ 81°42′
9That part of Lake Huron adjacent to the northerly shore of Russel Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°16′06″ N 81°41′45″ W to 45°16′09″ N 81°41′45″ W to 45°16′09″ N 81°41′54″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°16′05″ N 81°41′54″ W45°16′ 81°42′
10That part of Lake Huron adjacent to the westerly shore of Russel Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°16′02″ N 81°42′30″ W to 45°16′06″ N 81°42′30″ W to 45°16′06″ N 81°42′42″ W to 45°15′54″ N 81°42′42″ W to 45°15′54″ N 81°42′30″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′59″ N 81°42′30″ W45°16′ 81°42′
11That part of Lake Huron adjacent to the southwesterly shore of Russel Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°15′36″ N 81°42′09″ W to 45°15′33″ N 81°42′09″ W to 45°15′33″ N 81°42′18″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′38″ N 81°42′18″ W45°16′ 81°42′
12That part of Georgian Bay adjacent to the shore at Dunks Point (park land base) and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°15′53″ N 81°38′36″ W to 45°16′00″ N 81°38′36″ W to 45°16′00″ N 81°37′54″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′36″ N 81°38′12″ W45°16′ 81°38′
13That part of Georgian Bay adjacent to the western shore of Bears Rump Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°18′36″ N 81°34′12″ W to 45°18′24″ N 81°34′12″ W to 45°18′24″ N 81°34′36″ W to 45°18′36″ N 81°34′36″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°18′36″ N 81°34′24″ W45°19′ 81°33′
14That part of Georgian Bay adjacent to the eastern shore of Bears Rump Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°19′06″ N 81°33′33″ W to 45°19′06″ N 81°33′30″ W to 45°18′54″ N 81°33′30″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°18′54″ N 81°33′42″ W45°19′ 81°33′
15That part of Georgian Bay adjacent to the eastern shore of Cove Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°19′30″ N 81°44′03″ W to 45°19′30″ N 81°43′54″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°19′06″ N 81°43′54″ W45°17′ 81°44′
16That part of Georgian Bay adjacent to the eastern shore of Cove Island, within the cove identified as Tecumseh Cove and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°17′49″ N 81°42′30″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°17′34″ N 81°42′30″ W45°18′ 81°43′
17That part of Georgian Bay enclosed by the following positions: 45°18′54″ N 81°40′12″ W, 45°18′36″ N 81°40′12″ W, 45°18′36″ N 81°40′30″ W and 45°18′54″ N 81°40′30″ W45°15′ 80°45′
18That part of Lake Erie in front of Port Dover in the vicinity of Walker Street extending from shore 202 m to the west limit and 154 m to the east limit, enclosed within the positions described in column 3, as indicated by buoys42°46.872′ N
80°12.140′ W to
42°46.904′ N
80°12.391′ W
19That part of Lake Ontario that is the intake channel for the Ontario Hydro Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, that is north of a line drawn between the southernmost ends of the east and west intake channel groynes (armoured embankments). The groyne endpoints are located at the coordinates set out in column 243°48′22″ N43°45′ 78°00′
79°04′17″ W and
43°48′22″ N
79°04′13″ W
20That part of Lake Ontario that is near the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station and lies within the points described in column 2 (see Note 1)43°51′59″ N43°45′ 78°00′
78°44′46″ W,
43°51′58″ N
78°43′46″ W,
43°51′03″ N
78°43′48″ W,
43°51′05″ N
78°44′48″ W
21That part of Lake Nipissing that is adjacent to the government dock, running south along the shore of that lake and Memorial Drive to Lee Park, in the City of North Bay, lying within the points described in column 2 (see Note 2)46°16′57″ N46°17′ 80°00′
79°07′12″ W,
46°17′03″ N
79°29′32″ W,
46°18′25″ N
79°30′58″ W,
46°19′21″ N
79°29′48″ W
22The part of Lake Ontario that is part of Port Dalhousie harbour, from the Heywood Generating Station on the west side of the harbour to the east shore of the harbour, and all waters lying south of a line drawn from the “all vessels prohibited” sign located on the west side of the harbour, 24 m north of the Heywood Generating Station, to the “all vessels prohibited” symbol located on the east side of the harbour, 70 m north of the existing damLake Ontario43°45′ 78°00′
Port Dalhousie harbour43°12′ 79°16′
23That part of Lake Huron directly in front of Port Elgin, in the Town of Saugeen Shores, that is north of a line drawn from a point adjacent to the facility known as the First Base Restaurant, thence northwesterly across the water to the southernmost tip of the southwest breakwall44°26′0.5″ N44°30′ 82°15′
81°24′30″ W
24That part of the Ottawa River known as the Des Joachims Generating Station Tailrace Channel, from a line drawn through points marked by sign buoys at coordinates 46°11′44.82″ 77°40′56.10″ and 46°11′43.08″ 77°40′57.12″, upstream to the Des Joachims Generating Station dam46°11′43.95″ N46°11′ 77°41′
77°40′56.61″ W
to 46°10′55″ N
77°41′50″ W
25

That part of the Otonabee River that is

  • (a) described as a municipal beach owned by the Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield Twp;

  • (b) approximately 135 m in length and 45 m in depth; and

  • (c) indicated by buoys and signs

44°09′ 78°14′

Note 1: This prohibition does not apply to vessels carrying out duties for Ontario Hydro.

Note 2: This prohibition applies from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm on the Saturday and Sunday of Civic Holiday weekend in any year.

PART 3

British Columbia

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionGeneral Location (Where Necessary)Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1That part of Howe Sound north of Porteau Cove extending 300 m from the shoreline of Lot 280849.123 NE
2That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Traders Cove Regional Park Beach, approximately 195 m in length and 30 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsBear Creek49°56′ 119°30′
3That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Okanagan Centre Community Park Beach, approximately 100 m in length and 15 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsOkanagan Centre50°03′ 119°27′
4That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Pritchard Community Park Beach, approximately 45 m in length and 23 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsWestbank49°50′ 119°34′
5That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Kalamoir Community Park Beach, approximately 75 m in length and 20 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°51′ 119°32′
6That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Killiney Community Park Beach, approximately 300 m in length and 30 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsVernon50°12′ 119°29′
7That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Powers Creek Community Park Beach, approximately 100 m in length and 30 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsWestbank49°49′ 119°36′
8That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Bertram Creek Regional Park Beach, approximately 77 m in length and 24 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°47′ 119°33′
9That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Westside Aquatic Community Park Beach, approximately 48 m in length and 50 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsWestbank49°49′ 119°36′
10That part of Kalamalka Lake that is known as Kaloya Regional Park Beach, approximately 200 m in length and 24 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsOyama50°07′ 119°22′
11Those parts of Alouette Lake designated as swimming areas, described as part of the campers’ beach at the north end of the lake and an area at the south end of the lake opposite the day-use area, as indicated by buoys and signsnortheast of Maple Ridge49°20′ 122°25′
12That part of Okanagan Lake known as Boyce Gyro Park, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°52′ 119°29′
13That part of Okanagan Lake known as Sarsons Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°51′ 119°29′
14That part of Okanagan Lake known as Lakeshore Road Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°54′ 119°29′
15That part of Okanagan Lake known as Rotary Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°52′ 119°29′
16That part of Okanagan Lake known as Kinsmen Park Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°53′ 119°29′
17That part of Okanagan Lake known as Strathcona Park Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°53′ 119°29′
18That part of Campbell River from Elk Falls to the John Hart Dam power houseCampbell River50°02′ 125°19′
19That part of Skaha Lake known as Sudbury Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°27′ 119°35′
20That part of Skaha Lake known as Airport Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°27′ 119°35′
21That part of Skaha Lake known as Skaha Lake Main Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°27′ 119°35′
22That part of Okanagan Lake known as Farmers’ Market Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°30′ 119°36′
23That part of Okanagan Lake known as Three Mile Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°32′ 119°34′
24That part of Okanagan Lake known as Okanagan Lake Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°30′ 125°15′
25That part of Kalamalka Lake known as Kal Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsColdstream50°13′ 119°15′
26That part of Okanagan Lake known as Paddlewheel Park, as indicated by buoys and signsOkanagan Landing50°14′ 119°22′
27That part of Kalamalka Lake known as Kirkland Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsColdstream50°13′ 119°15′
28That part of Kalamalka Lake known as Pumphouse Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsColdstream50°13′ 119°16′
29That part of Kalamalka Lake known as Kalavista Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsColdstream50°13′ 119°15′
30That part of Okanagan Lake known as Kin Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsOkanagan Landing50°15′ 119°21′
31The parts of Cultus Lake as indicated by buoys and signsapproximately 11 km south of Chilliwack49°03′ 121°58′
32That part of Osoyoos Lake known as Lions Park, as indicated by buoys and signsOsoyoos49°02′ 119°27′
33That part of Osoyoos Lake known as Gyro Park, as indicated by buoys and signsOsoyoos49°02′ 119°27′
34That part of Osoyoos Lake known as Legion Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsOsoyoos49°02′ 119°27′
35That part of Osoyoos Lake known as Sandy Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsOsoyoos49°02′ 119°27′
36That part of Osoyoos Lake known as Motel Row, as indicated by buoys and signsOsoyoos49°02′ 119°27′
37That part of Okanagan Lake known as Waterfront Park Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°53′ 119°29′
38That part of Okanagan Lake known as Bluebird Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°50′ 119°29′
39That part of Okanagan Lake known as Cedar Creek Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°48′ 119°31′
40During any event requiring swimming that has been authorized by the Minister under these Regulations, that part of Elk Lake that is situated east of a line connecting a point at coordinates 48°32′04″, 123°23′33″ and a point at coordinates 48°31′32″, 123°23′23″northwest of Victoria48°N 123° W
41That part of Kalamalka Lake known as Tamarack Park Beach at the foot of Tamarack Drive, as indicated by buoys and signsColdstream50°13′ 119°16′

PART 4

Manitoba

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1St-Georges Pond50°30′52″
96°13′45″
2Pine Pond53°58′57″
101°15′25″
3Spruce Pond53°59′11″
101°15′31″
4Cedar Pond53°59′38″
101°15′53″
5Fir Pond54°01′48″
101°17′13″
6Aspen Pond53°42′33″
101°13′25″
7Birch Pond53°40′10″
101°16′30″
8Camperville Pond51°53′03″
100°08′05″

PART 5

Saskatchewan

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1That part of Wascana Lake and Wascana Creek forming the Regina Reservoir as shown on Plan of Record No. U14916 in the Land Titles Office for the Regina Land Registration District and located east of the bridge forming part of the highway known as Wascana Parkway and formerly known as Broad Street or New Broad Street50°26′ 104°36′
2That reach of the South Saskatchewan River between the positions described in column 352°08′33″
106°38′13″ and
52°08′88″
106°38′30″
3That part of Codette Lake forming a small bay lying immediately to the south of the François-Finlay Dam described as being inside a line commencing at a point on the south side of the dam southeasterly along the water′s edge to the natural shoreline of the lake, thence southwest along the shoreline a distance of 1.5 km to a metal post, thence projecting 1 km north to a point intersecting the north shore of the lake marked by a metal post, thence northeasterly a distance of 300 m to the northern edge of the lakeshore, thence southeasterly to the point of commencement at the François-Finlay Dam structure53°16′ 104°17′
4That part of Iroquois Lake known as Pelican Cove lying adjacent to lots 4a, 4b, 4c and 4d, all in Block 3 as shown on Registered Plan No. 84B13418, extending a distance of 75.06 m between the north and south boundaries of said lot parcels, and extending 100 m into the waters of Iroquois Lake from the easterly boundary of said lot parcels53°10′ 107°01′
5Douglas LakeCreighton Lake54°44′ 101°55′

PART 6

Quebec

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Répertoire toponymique du Québec or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Répertoire toponymique du Québec, Reference System)
1Grenier LakeLac Grenier46°03′ 74°01′
2Castor LakeLac Castor46°01′ 74°02′
3Davis LakeLac Davis46°01′ 74°19′
4Petit lac des SablesLac Grignon46°01′ 74°18′
5D’Amours LakeLac D’Amours49°02′ 64°31′
6Leamy Lake, the north passage linking the lake to the Gatineau River and the northern half of the south passage linking the lake to De la Carrière Lake, from 10:00 a.m. on the day of any fireworks display at Leamy Lake until 10:00 a.m. on the following dayLac Leamy45°27′ 75°43′
7Les Trois Lacs Lake in the beach and swimming areas, that part extending perpendicularly from the shore to a point at coordinates 45°47′35″ N 71°53′30″ W, thence to a point at coordinates 45°47′46″ N 71°53′25″ W, and thence extending perpendicularly to the shoreLes Trois Lacs45°48′ 71°54′
8An area of the Saint-Maurice River delineated by the south shore of Île Saint-Quentin Island and a line drawn from point E on that shore at position 46°21′7.7″ N 72°31′49.2″ W to point A at a position 46°21′4.5″ N 72°31′27.7″ W to point B at a position 46°21′2.3″ N 72°31′27.6″ W to point C at a position 46°21′1.3″ N 72°31′44.6″ W to point D on that shore at a position 46°21′6.0″ N 72°31′51.6″ W and ending at point E described aboveRivière Saint-Maurice, in a specific area delineated by Saint-Quentin Island46°21′ 72°31′

SCHEDULE 2(Subsection 2(2))Waters on Which Power-driven Vessels and Vessels Driven by Electrical Propulsion Are Prohibited

PART 1Alberta

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Alberta Land Titles Act Reference System)
Southern Region
1Unnamed lakeBurmis Lake13-7-3-W5
2Unnamed reservoirGold Springs Reservoir6-2-15-W4
3Henderson Lake33-8-21-W4
4Unnamed reservoirLehto’s Reservoir2-13-21-W4
5Unnamed reservoirSpruce Coulee Reservoir26-8-2-W4
6Unnamed lakeTaber Fish and Game Pond1-10-17-W4
7Unnamed reservoirGranlea Reservoir33-8-9-W4
8Unnamed reservoirUniversity Reservoir25-8-2-W4
9Unnamed lakeNicholas Sheran Park Lake26-8-22-W4
10Unnamed reservoirDucks Unlimited Reservoir18-15,16-W4
11Unnamed lakeBathing Lake12-4-1-W5
12Unnamed lakeBovin Lake19-3-1-W5
13Unnamed lakeLittle Beaverdam Lake34-1-28-W4
14Unnamed lakePhillips Lake18-8-5-W5
15Unnamed reservoirAllison Reservoir27-8-5-W5
Central Region
1Unnamed reservoirAnderson’s Reservoir No. 225-28-21-W4
2Unnamed reservoirAnderson’s Reservoir No. 324-28-21-W4
3Unnamed lakeDewitt Pond31-26-1-W5
4Unnamed reservoirHanna-Mattis Reservoir19-31-12-W4
5Unnamed reservoirHilton Reservoir19-24-23-W4
6Unnamed reservoirParks Reservoir14-31-2-W4
7Unnamed reservoirStarland Reservoir26-32-21-W4
8Unnamed reservoirStrathmore Children’s Pond14-24-25-W4
9Langdon Reservoir23-23-27-W4
10Unnamed reservoirBraconnier’s Reservoir20-31-23-W4
11Unnamed reservoirClark’s Reservoir21-30-1-W5
12Unnamed reservoirHansen’s Reservoir29-38-3-W5
13Unnamed reservoirHiller’s Reservoir13-32-29-W4
14Unnamed reservoirMidway Centennial Reservoir16-30-27-W4
15Unnamed lakeSedgewick Lake16-44-12-W4
16Unnamed reservoirNeimala Reservoir1-39-3-W5
17Unnamed lakeTreasure Island20-46-19-W4
18Unnamed reservoirPrimus Reservoir28-39-23-W4
19Unnamed reservoirPofiango Reservoir1-44-26-W4
20Unnamed lakeRosalind Gravel Pit31-43-17-W4
21Unnamed reservoirDonalda Pond20-42-19-W4
22Unnamed reservoirHugh Bower Pond17-38-27-W4
23Pigeon Lake, as indicated by signs22-46-28-W4
24Unnamed lakeWest Stettler Fish Pond6-39-19-W4
25That part of the Elbow River commencing at the west boundary of Section 4, Township 24, Range 2, west of the 5th Meridian where it enters the City of Calgary, and continuing downstream to its confluence with the Bow River in Section 14, Township 24, Range 1, west of the 5th MeridianElbow Riverdownstream of
04-24-02-W5 to
14-24-1-W5
26That part of the Bow River commencing at the west boundary of Section 5, Township 25, Range 2, west of the 5th Meridian and continuing downstream to the point where it exits the City of Calgary at the south boundary of Section 20, Township 22, Range 29, west of the 4th MeridianBow Riverdownstream of
05-25-02-W5 to
20-22-29-W4
East Slopes Region
1Unnamed lakeRuby Lake22-44-22-W5
2Mystery Lake48-26-W5
3Unnamed reservoirPedley Reservoir2-52-24-W5
4Unnamed lakeCrystal Lake31-59-18-W5
5Smoky Riverupstream of
NW 1/4
18-56-8-W6
6Berland Riverupstream of
1-55-4-W6
7Unnamed lakeLambert Pond8-53-17-W5
8Unnamed lakeElbow Lake26-19-8-W5
9Unnamed lakeSibbald Lake14,15-24-7-W5
10Chilver Lake28-24-8-W5
11Shunda Creek31-40-14-W5
12Unnamed lakeCow Lake6,7-28-7-W5
13Crimson Lake, as indicated by signs40-8-W5
14Gap Lake5-39-13-W5
15Pinto Lake36-21-W5
16Job Lake20-39-20-W5
17Unnamed lake near SundreEagle Lake11-32-11-W5
Northeast Region
1Unnamed lakeDore Lake12-113-7-W4
2Unnamed lakeMaqua Lake13-85-9-W4
3Wolf Lake, as indicated by signs66-6,7-W4
4Unnamed lakeCrow Lake32-78-14-W4
5George Lake28-57-1-W5
6Islet Lakethat portion being in sectors 1 & 2-52-20-W4
7Beaverhill Lake51,52-17,18-W4
8Unnamed lakeCoyote Lake49-4-W5
9Bennet Lake35-52-21-W4
10Unnamed reservoirLeduc Reservoir27-49-25-W4
11Unnamed lakeHappy Hollow Lake64-4-W4
12Unnamed lakeProvost Reservoir18-39-2-W4
Peace River Region
1Nose Lake16-64-11-W6
2Unnamed lakeMotto Lake4-87-3-W6
3Unnamed lakeBird’s Pond22-79-8-W6
4Two Lakes (North)29-62-12-W6
5Unnamed lakeLong Lake62-6-W6
6Sandhill Lake82,83-4-W6

PART 2British Columbia

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameGeneral LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1All waters in Bowron Lake Park, including Bowron Slough (that portion of the Bowron River and its tributaries that connects Swan and Bowron Lakes), except Bowron LakeProvincial Park east and south of Bowron Lake, Cariboo District53.121 SE
2The Kispiox River and all its tributariesflows southeast into Skeena River, north of Bulkley River, Cassiar District55.127 SW
3Duck Lakesouth of Kootenay Lake, Kootenay District49.116 SW
4Jim Smith Lakehead of Jim Smith Creek, southwest of Cranbrook, Kootenay District49.115 SW
5Tsitniz Lakeexpansion of Tsitniz Creek, Cariboo District53.122 NE
6Kemp Lakewest of Sooke harbour, Sooke48.123 SW
7Nancy Greene LakeSheep Lakenear Kinnaird49.117 SW
8Cecil Lakenear Fort St. John56.120 SW
9Unnamed lakeAntler Lakenear Gold River49.126 NE
10Champion Lakesnear Trail49.117 SW
11Bridal Lakenear Creston49.117 SE
12Norbury LakesPeckhams Lake and Garbutts Lakenear Cranbrook49.115 NE
13Bear LakeCrooked River Provincial Park, Cariboo District54.122 SW
14Unnamed lakeSquaw Lakewest of Crooked River, Cariboo District54.122 SW
15Burnaby Lakenear New Westminster49.122 SW
16Deer Lakenear Burnaby49.122 SW
17Blackburn LakeSaltspring Island48.123 NE
18Lightning LakeManning Park49.120 SW
19Mike LakeGolden Ears Park49.122 SW
20Rolley LakeRolley Lake Park49.122 SE
21Alice LakeAlice Lake Park49.123 NE
22Browning Lakeeast of Watts Point, Howe Sound49.123 NE
23Davis LakeDavis Lake Park49.122 SE
24The southern tip of Mara Lake that lies to the south of the CPR Line and BridgeRosamund Lakeeast of Salmon Arm50.119 NE
25Glen Lakenear Victoria48.123 SW
26Horseshoe Lakesoutheast of Fort Steel49.115 NW
27Kathlyn LakeKathlyn Lakenear Smithers54.127 NE
28Ispah Lakenear Prince George53.122 NE
29Trout LakeSasquatch Provincial Park49.121 SW
30Lower Elk LakeElk Lake Provincial Park50.115 NE
31Upper Elk LakeElk Lake Provincial Park50.115 NE
32Donner LakeStrathcona Provincial Park49.125 NW
33Unnamed lakeHidden LakeKikomun Creek Provincial Park49.115 SE
34Seymour Lakenear Smithers54.127 NE
35Hush Lakenear Quesnel53.122 SE
36Stein Lakenear Lytton50.122 SE
37Rosebud Lakenear Salmo49.117 SE
38Unnamed lakeGrace Lakenorthwest of Harrison Hot Springs49.121 SW
39Unnamed lakeFrancis Lakenorthwest of Harrison Hot Springs49.121 SW
40Unnamed lakeBear Lakenortheast of Harrison Hot Springs49.121 SW
41Unnamed lakeWood Lakenortheast of Harrison Hot Springs49.121 SW
42Unnamed lakeWolf Lakenortheast of Harrison Hot Springs49.121 SW
43Michael Lakenear Ladysmith49.123 SW
44Cranberry Lakenear Powell River49.124 NW
45Prior Lakenear Victoria48.123 SE
46McKenzie Lakenear Victoria48.123 SE
47Alces Lakeeast of Canal Flats50.115 SW
48Surveyor’s LakeKikomun Creek Park49.115 SE
49Unnamed lakeKikomun Creek Park49.115 SE
50Unnamed lakeKikomun Creek Park49.115 SE
51Unnamed lakeKikomun Creek Park49.115 SE
52Spider Lakewest of Qualicum Beach49.124 SW
53Illusion Lakewest of Qualicum Beach49.124 SW
54Fly Lakenorth of 100 Mile House51.121 NE
55Jackfish Lakesoutheast of Fort Nelson55.121 NW
56That part of the Dean River between the 4 km bridge and the boundary signs at approximately the 8 km point on the river (see Note 1)approximately 80 km north of Bella Coola51.126 NW
57Kitimat Rivernorth of Kitimat Arm54.128 SW
58Holland Lakesoutheast of Ladysmith48.123 NW
59Provost Damsoutheast of Ladysmith48.123 NW
60Stocking Lakesoutheast of Ladysmith48.123 NW
61Emerald Lakeapproximately 60 km north of Prince George
62Yakoun RiverQueen Charlotte Islands53°39′ 132°12′
63Lakelse RivertTerrace54°25′ 128°40′
64Radar LakeDawson Creek55°40′ 120°21′
65La Salle LakesMcBride53°31′ 120°40′
66Sasamat Lake (see Note 2)Port Moody49°19′ 122°54′
67That part of the Okanagan River between Skaha Lake and Okanagan LakePenticton49°24′ 119°36′
68Echo Lakesouth of Fort St. James54°13′ 124°13′
69Ferguson Lake, southeast of Nukko and Swamp Lakes, northwest of Prince GeorgePrince George54°02′ 122°51′
70Unnamed lake; a small lake northwest of Moberly Lake, between Chetwynd and Hudson HopeSouth Cameron LakeMoberly Lake Chetwynd55°53′ 121°52′
71Stellako River, from the egress of François Lake downstream approximately 7 km to the waterfall above Fraser LakeFraser Lake, west of Prince George54°03′ 124°53′
72Tyee Pool, a rectangular area located off Tyee Spit near Campbell River, bounded by the following points: 50°03′10″ and 125°15′08″ in the northeast, 50°02′47″ and 125°14′43″ in the southeast, 50°02′42″ and 125°14′55″ in the southwest and 50°03′03″ and 125°15′17″ in the northwest (See Note 3)Tyee Spit, Campbell River50°03′10″
125°15′08″ to
50°02′42″
125°14′55″
73That part of Boundary Bay from the point of Blackie Spit to Sullivan Point, then south from the point to Maple StreetCrescent BeachSurrey49°03′ 122°53′
74Little Heffley LakeKamloops50°51′ 120°06′
75That part of the Coquitlam River from approximately 2 km south of Port Coquitlam to the Fraser RiverCoquitlam49°14′ 122°48′
76Whonnock LakeMaple Ridge49°13′ 122°27′
77Alouette RiverPitt Meadows49°16′ 122°42′
78North Alouette RiverPitt Meadows49°16′ 122°42′
79Kwitzil Lakewest of Prince George53°51′ 123°15′
80All waters within Strathcona Provincial Park, except Gold, Upper, Campbell and Buttle Lakeswest of Campbell River49°40′ 125°40′
81Unnamed lake, known as Boulder Lakesouth of Chetwynd55°20′ 121°38′
82McArthur Island Slough (from westerly entrance to 12th St. entrance to Park)Kamloops50°41′ 120°23′
83Widgeon CreekPitt Lake, east of Vancouver, north of Pitt Meadows40°21′ 122°38′
84Salmon River (from confluence with the White River upstream)Sayward50°23′ 125°57′
85Lower Moyie River (from the bridge at the south end of Moyie Lake to the U.S. border)south of Cranbrook49°00′ 116°11′
86Effective November 1 to April 30 and during any event requiring swimming for which a permit has been issued under these Regulations, Beaver Lake and that part of Elk and Beaver Lakes in the interlake area that is situated south of a line connecting a point at coordinates 48°31′31″ 123°23′29″ and a point at coordinates 48°31′58″ 123°24′03″ except the following parts to which the restriction set out in item 19 of Part 1 of Schedule 4 applies:Elk and Beaver Lakesnear Victoria48°32′ 123°24′
(a) that part delineatedby a line drawn from a point at coordinates 48°31′35″ 123°23′49″ to 48°31′36″ 123°23′55″, thence to 48°31′21″ 123°23′40″, thence to 48°31′23″ 123°23′36″;
(b) that part delineated by a line drawn from a point at coordinates 48°31′22″ 123°23′33″ to 48°31′32″ 123°23′31″, thence to 48°31′32″ 123°23′34″, thence to 48°31′23″ 123°23′36″;
(c) that part delineated by a line drawn from a point at coordinates 48°31′21″ 123°23′40″ to 48°31′14″ 123°23′40″, thence to 48°31′37″ 123°23′37″, thence to 48°31′15″ 123°23′33″, thence to 48°31′22″ 123°23′33″, thence to 48°31′23″ 123°23′36″; and
(d) that part delineated by a line drawn from a point at coordinates 48°31′14″ 123°23′40″ to 48°30′59″ 123°23′48″, thence to 48°30′58″ 123°23′46″, thence to 48°31′37″ 123°23′37″
87Rosen LakeRead Island50°09′ 125°08′
88Donnely Lake100 Mile House51°45′ 120°40′
89Unnamed (Snag) lake100 Mile House51°40′ 121°44′
90Grassy Lake100 Mile House49°05′ 120°55′
91Unnamed (Bluff) lake100 Mile House51°45′ 124°43′
92Harrison River (small bay)Harrison Lake49°13′ 121°57′
93Adams RiverSorrento50°54′ 119°53′
94Dahl LakePrince George53°47′ 123°18′
95Powell Lakearea known as One Mile BayPowell River49°53′ 124°33′
96Chilko Lakearea known as Big LagoonChilko Lake51°16′ 124°04′
97Gold RiverGold River49°41′ 126°06′
98Natadesleen Lake and the Iskut River, between Natadesleen Lake and Kinaskan Lakenorthwest B.C., Hwy 3757°29′ 130°15′
99The Atnarko River from the foot bridge at 52°20′ 19″ N 125°46′08″ W just above the junction with Goat Creek at the outflow of Stillwater Lake downstream to the junction where the Atnarko and Talchako rivers meetAtnarko River52°22′ 126°06′
100The waters of the Columbia River and its tributaries lying within the flood plain of the Columbia River north of 50º21′10″ N (approximately 1.6 km northwest of Fairmont Hot Springs) and south and east of a point at 51º28′48″ N 117º09′33″ W, on the northernmost tip of a small island, approximately 1.8 km south of the Trans Canada Highway bridge at Donald, British Columbia, but excluding the waters of Windermere Lake and the main channel of the Columbia River and its tributaries (see Note 3)Columbia WetlandsFairmont Hot Springs to Golden48°59′59″ N
117°37′59″ W

Note 1: The prohibition applies during the period beginning on August 1 and ending on August 31.

Note 2: The prohibition applies during the period beginning on May 1 and ending on September 30.

Note 3: The prohibition does not apply to a person engaged in commercial trapping activities who holds a permit issued by the Province of British Columbia to engage in those activities or to a person engaged in subsistence hunting or trapping.

PART 3Ontario

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionSpecific LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1That part of the Rouge River that lies between its mouth and Hwy 40143°47′30″43°48′ 79°07′
79°07′00″ to
43°48′ 79°08′
2That part of Rideau Lake known as Hoggs Bay and lying within Lots 8 to 11, Concession 4, Tay Valley Twp, Lanark County44°46′ 76°13′
3Loon Lake in Tay Valley Twp, Lanark County44°47′ 76°14′
4Bow Lake in Lanark Highlands Twp, Lanark County45°09′ 76°28′
5That part of the Detroit River that is within the waters of Peche Island Provincial Park, enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 42°20′41″ N 82°55′50″ W to 42°20′37″ N 82°55′46″ W to 42°20′39″ N 82°55′36″ W to 42°20′42″ N 82°55′32″ W to another point on shore at approximately 42°20′43″ N 82°55′28″ W42°03′ 83°09′
6That part of Lake Huron that is within 335 m of shore in front of Lot 1, Lake Range, West Concession, Village of Grand Bend, Lambton County43°19′ 81°45′44°30′ 82°15′
7That part of Long Point Bay of Lake Erie in front of Lot 13 of Norfolk County in the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 42°41′30.7″ N 80°19′37.2″ W to 42°41′30.2″ N 80°19′35.8″ W to 42°41′21.1″ N 80°19′39.4″ W to another point on shore at approximately 42°41′21.6″ N 80°19′40.8″ W
8Mirror LakePart of Lots 15 & 16, Concession 13, Minden Twp Haliburton County45°03′ 78°42′
9Chalk Lake, Scugog Twp, Regional Municipality of Durham44°01′ 79°03′
10Neebing McIntyre Floodway, within the City of Thunder Bay, located as set out in column 248°23′51″ N48°23′ 89°13′
89°15′50″ W to
48°23′59″ N
89°13′06″ W
11Doctor Lake44°52′ 76°14′
12That part of Chandos Lake in Lot 21, Concession 11, North Kawartha Twp, that is a zone extending 150 m into the lake, commencing at a point on the shoreline that is 415 m west of the mouth of the Deer River, thence following the shoreline in a westerly direction for 150 m44°49′ 78°00′
13Joselin Lake, Seguin Twp, Parry Sound District (see Note 1)45°14′ 79°50′
14That part of Twenty Mile Creek in the Town of Lincoln from a point approximately 90 m south of the metal railway bridge located at 43°09′52″ 79°21′14″, thence south along the west channel (also known as the Blind Channel) and thence, to the east channel of Twenty Mile Creek43°09′52″43°10′ 79°22′
79°21′14″
15That part of Twenty Mile Creek in the Town of Lincoln south of the 21st Street Bridge located at 43°09′07″ 79°21′44″43°09′07″43°10′ 79°22′
79°21′44″
16Maki Lake, District of Algoma46°38′ 84°17′
17That part of Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, adjacent to Centennial Beach, between the shore and a line drawn from a point at coordinates 44°22′45.30″ N 79°41′20.42″ W to 44°22′45.84″ N 79°41′17.16″ W, thence to 44°22′57.00″ N 79°41′17.88″ W and thence to 44°22′56.41″ N 79°41′22.39″ W44°23′24″ N
79°36′21″ W
18That part of Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, adjacent to Johnson Beach, between the shore and a line drawn from a point at coordinates 44°23′34.65″ N 79°39′26.35″ W to 44°23′33.36″ N, 79°39′26.64″ W, thence to 44°23′35.16″ N 79°39′30.60″ W and thence to 44°23′36.42″ N 79°39′30.56″ W44°23′24″ N
79°36′21″ W
19That part of Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, near the Tiffin Street boat launch, within 30 m of the dive buoy at 44°22′40.08″ N 79°41′11.76″ W (see Note 2)44°23′24″ N
79°36′21″ W
20That part of Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, adjacent to Minet’s Point Beach, between the shore and a line drawn from a point at coordinates 44°22′35.37″ N 79°40′04.75″ W to 44°22′36.48″ N 79°40′06.96″ W, thence to 44°22′33.96″ N 79°40′08.76″ W and thence to 44°22′33.42″ N 79°40′07.35″ W44°23′24″ N
79°36′21″ W
21That part of Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, known locally as the Gables property, between the shore and a line drawn from a point at coordinates 44°22′30.2″ N 79°39′28.46″ W to 44°22′33.31″ N 79°39′29.16″ W, thence to 44°22′33.96″ N 79°39′39.19″ W and thence to 44°22′31.04″ N 79°39′38.42″ W44°23′24″ N
79°36′21″ W
22That part of Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, adjacent to Tyndale Beach, between the shore and a line drawn from a point at coordinates 44°22′26.88″ N 79°38′33.96″ W to 44°22′28.20″ N 79°38′32.28″ W, thence to 44°22′29.64″ N 79°38′34.44″ W and thence to 44°22′28.48″ N 79°38′36.05″ W44°23′24″ N
79°36′21″ W
23That part of Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, in the vicinity of Dock Road, between the shore and a line drawn from a point at coordinates 44°22′17.04″ N, 79°38′21.21″ W to 44°22′17.40″ N, 79°38′19.68″ W, then to 44°22′18.48″ N, 79°38′20.04″ W and then to 44°22′18.27″ N, 79°38′21.52″ W44°23′24″ N
79°36′21″ W
24That part of Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, adjacent to Hewitt’s Beach and Wilkins Beach, between the shore and a line drawn from a point at coordinates 44°22′11.88″ N 79°37′57.05″ W to 44°22′13.80″ N 79°37′57.36″ W, thence to 44°22′12.36″ N 79°38′01.68″ W and thence to 44°22′10.52″ N 79°38′01.18″ W44°23′24″ N
79°36′21″ W

Note 1: The prohibition applies during the period beginning on June 15 and ending on September 1.

Note 2: Item 19 does not apply in respect of vessels assisting divers.

PART 4Manitoba

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1Unnamed lakeNoble Lake49°35′ 99°38′
2That portion of Lake Minnewasta that is north of a line that is parallel to, and 366 m north of, the south boundary of section 6-3-5W49°11′ 98°08′
3Lake One50°02′ 95°13′
4Lake Two50°02′ 95°13′
5LaSalle RiverLaSalle River49°43′53″
97°10′05″
to
49°45′22″
97°08′28″
6Seine RiverSeine River49°46′45″
97°02′34″
to
49°54′01″
97°06′34″
7Sturgeon CreekSturgeon Creek49°55′23″
97°19′53″
to
49°53′02″
97°16′13″
8Omand’s CreekOmand’s Creek49°55′44″
97°13′44″
to
49°52′43″
97°11′27″
9Retention ponds, except South Transcona Retention PondRetention pondsWithin City of Winnipeg limits

PART 5Saskatchewan

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1That part of Wascana Lake and Wascana Creek forming the Regina Reservoir as shown on Plan of Record No. U14916 in the Land Titles Office for the Regina Land Registration District and located east of the bridge forming part of the highway known as Wascana Parkway and formerly known as Broad Street or New Broad Street50°26′ 104°36′
2Condie Reservoir50°34′ 104°43′
3That part of Wascana Lake and Wascana Creek forming the Regina Reservoir as shown on Plan of Record No. V14916 in the Land Titles Office for the Regina Land Registration District and located west of the bridge forming part of the highway known as Wascana Parkway and formerly known as Broad Street or New Broad Street50°26′ 104°36′
4That reach of the South Saskatchewan River between 52°07′14″ 106°40′17″ and 52°05′50″ 106°41′25″
5Burton Lake52°16′ 105°07′
6Muenster Pond52°11′ 104°14′
7Buffalo Pound Trout Pond50°35′ 105°25′
8Candle Lake Trout Pond53°49′ 150°20′
9Fisher Creek (between Hwy 265 and Candle Lake)53°47′ 105°19′
10Emerald Lake54°43′ 105°41′
11Unnamed lakeNisbet Pond53°13′ 105°54′
12Unnamed lakeSteistol or Hill Lake52°35′ 103°26′

PART 6Quebec

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Répertoire toponymique du Québec or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Répertoire toponymique du Québec Reference System)
1Bouchette LakeLac Bouchette45°56′ 74°15′
2Sainte-Marie LakeLac Sainte-Marie47°41′ 70°17′
3Des Hauteurs LakeLac des Hauteurs48°27′ 78°11′
4Croche LakeLac Croche46°02′ 74°43′
5That part of the Quillians River from a point located at its mouth at coordinates 45°16′ 72°30′ to a point upstream at coordinates 45°17′ 72°28′Rivière Quillians
6That part of the Plage Tiffany River from a point located at its mouth at coordinates 45°15′ 72°30′ to a point upstream at coordinates 45°15′ 72°28′Rivière Plage Tiffany
7That part of the Pearson River from a point located at its mouth at coordinates 45°14′ 72°31′ to a point upstream at coordinates 45°13′ 72°31′Rivière Pearson
8That part of the Coldbrook River from a point located at its mouth at coordinates 45°14′ 72°31′ to a point upstream at coordinates 45°13′ 72°30′Rivière Coldbrook
9Aux Brochets LakeLac aux Brochets46°44′ 79°05′
10Unnamed lakeLac à la Vase46°54′ 71°36′
11Unnamed lake, between the shore of Lake Saint-Joseph and the points at coordinates 46°52′25″ 71°37′13″ and 46°52′27″ 71°37′04″Lac Saint-Joseph46°52′25″
71°37′13″
to
46°52′27″
71°37′04″
12Unnamed lake, between the shore of Lake Saint-Joseph and the points at coordinates 46°52′37″ 71°36′52″ and 46°52′59″ 71°36′52″Lac Saint-Joseph46°52′37″
71°36′52″
to
46°52′59″
71°36′52″
13Unnamed lake, between the shore of Lake Saint-Joseph and the points at coordinates 46°54′11″ 71°37′23″ and 46°54′17″ 71°37′26″Lac Saint-Joseph46°54′11″
71°37′23″
to
46°54′17″
71°37′26″
14Unnamed lake, between the shore of Lake Saint-Joseph and the points at coordinates 46°52′23″ 71°37′23″ and 46°52′24″ 71°37′10″Lac Saint-Joseph46°52′23″
71°37′23″
to
46°52′24″
71°37′10″
15À Bob LakeLac Bob45°57′ 73°49′
16Ménard LakeLac Ménard46°07′ 74°11′
17Lake Mégantic, zone R at coordinates 45°27′ 70°53′ (see Note)Lac Mégantic45°32′ 70°53′
18Lake Mégantic, zone S at coordinates 45°33′ 70°56′ (see Note)Lac Mégantic45°32′ 70°53′
19Écho LakeLac Écho45°53′ 74°15′
20Saint-Louis LakeLac Saint-Louis45°53′ 74°17′
21Aux Araignées Lake, within a radius of 200 m from its outlet at point C, at coordinates 45°27′35″ 70°51′00″, at the southwest extremity of the lakeLac aux Araignées45°28′ 70°49′
22Lake Memphrémagog, within the following zones of Magog Bay:Lac Memphrémagog45°08′ 72°16′
(a) Zone A: within 100 m of the shore, between a line connecting a point at coordinates 45°16′06″ 72°09′41″ and a point at coordinates 45°15′59″ 72°10′05″, and a line connecting a point at coordinates 45°16′18″ 72°10′02″ and a point at coordinates 45°16′13″ 72°10′02″;
(b) Zone B: within 100 m of the shore, between a line connecting a point at coordinates 45°16′14″ 72°10′26″ and a point at coordinates 45°16′10″ 72°10′26″, and a line connecting a point at coordinates 45°16′13″ 72°10′46″ and a point at coordinates 45°16′09″ 72°10′45″;
(c) Zone C: within 100 m of the shore, between a line connecting a point at coordinates 45°15′58″ 72°09′38″ and a point at coordinates 45°15′57″ 72°09′43″, and a line connecting a point at coordinates 45°16′03″ 72°09′40″ and a point at coordinates 45°16′01″ 72°09′43″
23Berthier Lake, west of a line connecting point A, at coordinates 46°15′58″ 73°27′50″, and point B, at coordinates 46°16′08″ 73°28′00″Lac Pelletier46°16′ 73°28′
24Godon LakeLac Godon46°09′ 73°47′
25Lake Saint-François, within a zone of Aux Rats Musqués Bay, between point C at coordinates 45°58′40″ 71°10′30″, point D at coordinates 45°58′35″ 71°10′35″, point E at coordinates 45°58′45″ 71°10′20″ and point F at coordinates 45°58′50″ 71°10′10″Lac Saint-François45°55′ 71°10′
26Matagami Lake, within a zone between point E at coordinates 49°53′23″ 77°16′04″, point F at coordinates 49°53′23″ 77°16′06″, point G at coordinates 49°53′19″ 77°16′06″ and point H at coordinates 49°53′19″ 77°16′04″Lac Matagami49°53′ 77°30′
27Blondin LakeLac Blondin46°22′ 73°26′
28Solbec LakeLac Solbec45°49′ 71°16′
29Gustave LakeLac Gustave45°51′ 74°20′
30Leamy Lake, the north passage linking the lake to the Gatineau River and the northern half of the south passage linking the lake to De la Carrière Lake, except the part of Lake described in item 193 of Part 3 of Schedule 6 during the period beginning on the Friday preceding Victoria Day and ending on Thanksgiving DayLac Leamy45°27′ 75°43′
31Richer LakeLac Richer45°47′ 74°29′
32Larder LakeLac Larder48°11′ 77°32′
33Memphrémagog LakeLac Memphrémagog45°08′ 72°16′
(a) within 30 m of shore from a point at coordinates 45°01′23″ 72°13′00″ (Cedarville wharf) to a point at coordinates 45°01′22″ 72°12′53″ (southeast limit of Weir Park); and
(b) in a triangular area delineated by points at coordinates 45°05′31″ 72°17′38″ (northeast tip of Vale Perkins wharf), 45°05′32″ 72°17′41″ and 45°05′32″ 72°17′38″
34Longue Pointe StreamCours d’eau de la Longue Pointe45°51′ 71°22′
35Coleraine RiverRivière Coleraine45°55′ 71°23′
36Fiddler LakeLac Fiddler45°48′ 74°14′
37Vert LakeLac Vert46°15′ 73°32′
38Des Soeurs LakeLac des Soeurs48°10′50″
77°43′20″
39Nairne Lake, between the shore and a line drawn from a point at coordinates 47°41.164′ N 70°20.085′ W to 47°41.133′ N 70°20.160′ W and thence to 47°41.047′ N 70°20.108′ WLac Nairne47°41′09″ N
70°20′57″ W

Note: This prohibition applies during the period beginning on April 15 and ending on August 15.

PART 7Nova Scotia

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1The part of Mushamush Lake delineated by the shoreline of Mushamush beach and a line drawn from point A on the shore at coordinates 44°28′33″ N 64°31′49″ W to point B at coordinates 44°28′34″ N 64°31′51″ W to point C at coordinates 44°28′32″ N 64°31′53″ W and to point D on the shore at coordinates 44°28′31″ N 64°31′52″ WMushamush Lake44°28′32″
64°31′51″
  • SOR/2009-213, ss. 2 to 6, 7(E), 8

SCHEDULE 3(Subsection 2(3))Waters on Which Power-driven Vessels Are Prohibited

PART 1British Columbia

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameGeneral LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1Hague LakeCortes Island near south end, Sayward District50.124 SW
2Gunflint LakeCortes Island near south end, Sayward District50.124 SW
3Alpha Lakenear Alta Lake50.123 SE
4Nita Lakenear Alta Lake50.122 SW
5Unnamed lakeLost Lakenear Alta Lake50.122 SW
6Tugulnuit Lakenear Oliver49.119 SW
7Hope Sloughnear Chilliwack49.121 SW
8Schkam LakeLake of the Woodsnear Hope49.121 SE
9Garden Bay Lakenear Pender Harbour49.124 NE
10Paq LakeLillies Lakenear Pender Harbour49.124 NE
11Hotel Lakenear Pender Harbour49.124 NE
12Mixal LakeBear Lakenear Pender Harbour49.124 NE
13North LakeSechelt Peninsula49.123 NW
14Klein LakeKillarney LakeSechelt Peninsula49.123 NW
15Waugh LakeWorm LakeSechelt Peninsula49.123 NW
16Unnamed lakeTrout LakeSechelt Peninsula49.123 NW
17Unnamed lakeKokomo LakeSechelt Peninsula49.124 NE
18Lajoie LakeLittle Gun Lakenear Lillooet, Lillooet District50.122 NW
19Lucille Lakenear Garibaldi49.123 NE
20Langford Lakenear Esquimalt48.123 SW
21Stowell LakeSaltspring Island48.123 NE
22Chicadee LakeDenman Island49.124 NW
23Graham LakeDenman Island49.124 NW
24Echo Lakenear Campbell River49.125 NE
25Jackpine Lakenear Peachland49.119 NW
26Diver Lakenear Nanaimo49.124 SE
27Green Lakenear Nanaimo49.124 SE
28Kwotlenemo LakeFountain Lakenear Lillooet50.121 NW
29Elk Lakenear Williams Lake52.122 SE
30108 Mile Lake100 Mile House51.121 NE
31Sepa Lake100 Mile House51.121 NE
32Clear LakeQuadra Island50.125 SE
33Little Main LakeQuadra Island50.125 SE
34Stramberg LakeQuadra Island50.125 SE
35Morte LakeQuadra Island50.125 SE
36Durrance Lakenear Victoria48.123 SE
37Thetis LakeUpper and Lower Thetisnear Victoria48.123 SE
38Wowo Lakenear Campbell River49.125 NE
39Box Lakenear Nakusp50.117 SW
40Loon Lakenear Grasmere49.115 SE
41Unnamed lakeEdward Lakenear Grasmere49.115 SE
42Garnet Lakenear Summerland49.119 NW
43Twin Lakesnear Keremeos49.119 SW
44Thirsk Lakenear Princeton49.120 NW
45Dougan Lakenear Cowichan Bay48.123 NW
46Foley Lakeeast of Chilliwack49.121 SW
47Snowshoe Lakenear Edgewood49.118. NE
48Valentine Lakenear 100 Mile House50.119 NW
49Tumuch Lakenorthwest of McBride53.121 NE
50Slim Lakenorthwest of McBride53.121 NE
51Shandy Lakenorthwest of McBride53.121 NE
52Ernest Lakesouth of Kamloops50.120 SE
53That part of Roche Lake south of a line bearing true 244° from a point on the southern tip of the largest island in the south arm of Roche Lake to the westerly shoreline and conversely 64° to the easterly shorelinesouth of Kamloops50.120 SE
54Lizard Lakenear Port Renfrew48.124 SW
55Glimpse Lakenortheast of Merritt50.120 SE
56Gantahaz LakeMackenzie55.123 SE
57Botts Lakewest of Brisco50.116 NE
58Cub Lakewest of Brisco50.116 NE
59Topaz Lakewest of Brisco50.116 NE
60Baird Lakenear Enderby50.118 NW
61Hall Lakewest of Brisco50.116 NE
62Twin Lakeswest of Brisco50.116 NE
63Lead Queen Lakewest of Brisco50.116 NE
64Steamboat Lakewest of Brisco50.116 NE
65Upper Halgravewest of Brisco50.116 NE
66Lower Halgravewest of Brisco50.116 NE
67Sam’s Folley Lakewest of Brisco50.116 NE
68Jade Lakewest of Brisco50.116 NE
69Silver Lakenorthwest of Peachland49.119 NW
70South Morfee LakeMackenzie55.123 SE
71Haslam Lakenear Powell River49.124 NE
72Brooke Lakenear Brookmere50.121 SE
73Andy Lakenear Brookmere50.121 SE
74Greenlee Lakewest of Canim Lake, Lillooet District51.120 NW
75Lillian Lakenear Invermere50.116 NE
76Beaver Lakenorth of Roseberry52.121 SW
77Caribou Lakeswest of Nakusp52.121 NE
78Cottonwood LakeCottonwood Provincial Park49.117 SE
79Cusheon Lakeeast side of Saltspring Island48.123 NE
80Idleback Lakeeast side of Okanagan Lake49.119 NW
81Maxwell Lakewest side of Saltspring Island48.123 NW
82Weston Lakeeast side of Saltspring Island48.123 NE
83Whitestone Lakewest of Hart Lake52.122 SE
84Trout Lakenortheast of Yellow Lake49.119 SW
85Unnamed lakeBlue Lakenear Soda Creek52.122 SE
86Unnamed lakeJackson’s Potholeeast of McLeese Lake52.122 SE
87Deer LakeSasquatch Provincial Park49.121 SW
88Stewart Lakesouth of Sayward50.126 SE
89Tlowils Lakesouth of Sayward50.125 SW
90Lynx Lakesouth of Prince George53.122 NW
91St. Mary LakeSaltspring Island48.123 NW
92Heart Lakesouth of Chetwynd55°29′ 122°34′
93Lodgepole Lakesouth of Kamloops50°31′ 120°31′
94Skulow Lakenortheast of Williams Lake52°18′ 121°54′
95Flapjack LakeLittle Fort51°34′ 120°25′
96Logan LakeKamloops50°40′ 120°40′
97Sasamat Lake (See Note)Port Moody49°19′ 122°54′
98Ross LakeRoss Lake Provincial Park55°16′ 127°31′
99Tepee Lakeswest of Peachland49°47′ 120°16′
100Lost Lakeeast of Oyama119°11′ 50°05′
101Eleanor LakeBlue River52°07′ 119°18′
102Fuller LakeChemainus48°54′ 123°43′
103Miami CreekHarrison Hot Springs49°18′ 121°48′
104Irish Lakeapproximately 15 km southeast of 100 Mile House51°33′ 121°10′
105Eena LakeApproximately 15 km northwest of Prince George54°03′ 123°01′
106Glen Lake, south of Langford Lake, east of Mount Wells, Esquimalt DistrictGlen LakeVictoria-Langford48°26′ 123°31′
107Hammer Lakenear Bonaparte Lake51°14′ 120°42′
108Meridian Lakenear 100 Mile House51°35′ 120°34′
109Unnamed lakeWindy Point Lakesouthwest of Mackenzie55°06′ 122°58′
110Unnamed lakeDina Lake #2north of Mackenzie55°32′ 123°17′
111Levette Lakenorthwest of Brackendale49°50′ 123°11′
112Tupper Lakesouthwest of Logan Lake50°26′ 120°53′
113Abbott Lakenortheast of Williams Lake52°20′ 121°30′
114Amanita Lakenortheast of Prince George54°09′ 121°50′
115Matheson Lakesouthwest of Victoria48°22′ 123°36′
116Baynes Lakesouth of Fernie49°14′ 115°13′
117Gracie Lakewest of Port Alberni49°13′ 125°05′
118Higgins Lakeeast of 100 Mile House51°38′ 120°53′
119Link Lakenortheast of Princeton49°42′ 120°14′
120Alces Lakeeast of Canal Flats50°07′ 115°32′
121Sayres Lakenorthwest of Mission40°19′ 122°20′
122Alexis Lakewest of Williams Lake52°16′ 123°31′
123Little Alexis Lakewest of Williams Lake52°16′ 123°31′
124One Lakewest of Williams Lake52°16′ 123°31′
125Two Lakewest of Williams Lake52°16′ 123°31′
126Fawn Lake100 Mile House51°33′ 120°59′
127The West Road RiverQuesnel (Blackwater) River (area between posted signs)53°19′ 122°52′
128Lambly (Bear) LakeWestbank49°57′ 119°42′
129Islaht (Horseshoe) LakeWestbank49°59′ 119°48′
130Dobbin LakeWestbank49°59′ 119°49′
131Jimmy LakeKamloops50°20′ 119°49′
132Plateau LakeKamloops50°19′ 120°16′
133Lolo LakeKamloops51°38′ 120°10′
134Chataway LakeKamloops50°22′ 120°55′
135Gypsum LakeKamloops50°21′ 120°51′
136Morris Creek and LakeHarrison Lake49°18′ 121°53′
137Maple LakeCourtenay49°38′ 125°01′
138Loon LakePort Alberni49°15′ 124°42′
139Pinantan LakeKamloops50°43′ 120°01′
140Robertson LakeAspen Grove49°44′ 120°40′
141Harvey Hall LakeAspen Grove49°44′ 120°41′
142Tommy Lee LakeAspen Grove49°44′ 120°40′
143Stony LakeAspen Grove49°45′ 120°42′
144Goose LakeAspen Grove49°45′ 120°44′
145Johnny LakeAspen Grove49°45′ 120°45′
146Rickey LakeAspen Grove49°45′ 120°44′
147Clifford LakeAspen Grove50°25′ 120°53′
148Larry LakeAspen Grove49°07′ 125°26′
149Cedar LakeGolden51°16′ 116°59′
150Big Horn ReservoirKelowna49°54′ 119°34′
151Rose Valley ReservoirKelowna49°54′ 119°34′
152Dunalter Lake (Irrigation)Houston54°28′ 126°45′
153Seeley LakeNew Hazelton55°10′ 127°40′
154Hart LakeHart Lakeeast of Crooked River, Cariboo District54°28.02′ 122°39.00′
155Kidd LakeKidd LakeMerritt49°55′ 120°37′
156Cameron SloughCameron Lake30 km east of Kimberly49°46′ 115°44′
157That part of the Elk River between points at coordinates 50°33′30″ N 115°05′20″ W and 49°11′57″ N 115°08′51″ WElk RiverRegional District of East Kootenay50°00′

Note: The prohibition applies during the period beginning on October 1 and ending on April 30.

PART 2Ontario

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionSpecific LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1Basshaunt Lake, the united townships of Dysart, Dudley, Harcourt, Guilford, Harburn, Bruton, Havelock, Eyre and Clyde, Haliburton County45°07′ 78°28′
2White Lake, Central Frontenac Twp, Frontenac County44°47′ 76°45′
3Atkins Lake, Town of Bracebridge, Muskoka District45°07′ 79°14′
4Green Lake, Algoma District48°20′55″ N
84°33′40″ W
5Samally Lake, Admaston/Bromley Twp, Renfrew County45°26′47″ N to45°26′ 76°52′
45°26′20″ N and
76°51′37″ W to
76°51′57″ W
6Big Hardings Lake, Municipality of Highlands East, Haliburton County45°01′ 78°06′
7Tamarack Lake, Municipality of Highlands East, Haliburton County44°53′ 78°22′
8Cyprus Lake (see Note)45°14′ 81°32′
9Brewster’s Lake, Municipality of Grey Highlands, Grey County44°20′ 80°18′
10Irish Lake, Municipality of Grey Highlands, Grey County44°16′ 80°39′

Note: The prohibition applies during the period beginning on June 15 and ending on September 15.

PART 3Alberta

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference Alberta Land Titles Act Reference System)
Southern Region
1Unnamed reservoirMichelle Reservoir5-7-3-W4
2Unnamed lakeReesor Lake20-8-1-W4
3Unnamed lakeMcQuillan Lake13-8-19-W4
4Unnamed lakeRound Lake16,17-1,2-W4
5Beaverdam Lake1,2-27,28-W4
6Cochrane Lake30-4-27-W4
7Unnamed reservoirBullshead Reservoir28,29-8-4-W4
8Unnamed lakeEmerald Lake8-8-5-W5
9Unnamed lakeBrooks Aqueduct Pond15-18-14-W4
Central Region
1Unnamed reservoirDobson Reservoir12-30-8-W4
2Unnamed reservoirFyten Reservoir9-30-24-W4
3Unnamed reservoirMichichi Reservoir19-30-18-W4
4Unnamed reservoirSevern Creek Reservoir11-26-22-W4
5Unnamed lakeStafford Lake (Brooks Children′s Pond)4-19-14-W4
6Unnamed reservoirTilley A Reservoir8-18-12-W4
7Unnamed reservoirTilley B Reservoir31-18-12-W4
8Unnamed reservoirHuber Reservoir36-37-13-W4
9Unnamed reservoirMound Red Reservoir11-45-28-W4
10Unnamed lakeSardine Lake32-48-4-W5
11Unnamed lakesTwin Lakes46-3-W5
12Unnamed lakeShort Hills (Cran) Pond2-42-19-W4
13Unnamed lakeWindsor Lake10-42-22-W4
14Unnamed lakeAshland Dam32-48-4-W5
15Unnamed lakeGooseberry Park Pond22-36-6-W4
16Unnamed lakeWinchell Lake2-29-5-W5
17Unnamed lakeFish Lake2-43-10-W4
18Unnamed reservoirBigelow Reservoir34-25-W4
19Unnamed reservoirMirror Reservoir29-40-22-W4
20Lacombe LakeLacombe Lake52°26′ 113°48′
21Unnamed reservoirCoronation Reservoir24-36-11-W4
East Slopes Region
1Unnamed lakeEccles Pond8-53-24-W5
2Cache Lake52-26-W5
3Donald Lake4-53-1-W6
4Unnamed lakeEmerald Lake5-62-11-W5
5Unnamed lakesEmerson Lakes52-21-W5
6Graveyard Lake52-26-W5
7Joachim Lakes18-57-3-W6
8Kinky Lake50-26-W5
9Unnamed lakeLaura Lake32-61-11-W5
10Mary Gregg Lake48-24-W5
11À la Pêche Lake33-55-6-W6
12Wildhorse Lakes49-26-W5
13Unnamed lakeMillers Lake8-53-19-W5
14Sang LakeSurprise Lake9-53-15-W5
15Unnamed lakeSchuman Lake61-8-W5
16Unnamed lakeMargaret Lake15-28-9-W5
17Unnamed lakeRat Lake11-38-9-W5
18Peppers Lake30-35-12-W5
19Unnamed lakeGoldeye Lake14-40-16-W5
20Shunda LakeFish Lake40-15-W5
21Unnamed lakeTay Lake6-36-8-W5
22Unnamed lakePhyllis Lake17-36-7-W5
23Unnamed lakeMitchell Lake36-37-8-W5
24Unnamed lakeAlford Lake4-36-8-W5
25Pierre Greys Lakes6-57-4-W6
26Unnamed reservoirOpen Creek Reservoir31-42-4-W5
27Unnamed lakeDunn Lake7-54-25-W5
28Unnamed lakePetite Lake12-54-26-W5
29Unnamed lakeUpper Moose Horn Lake31-50-1-W6
30Unnamed lakeLower Moose Horn Lake6-51-1-W6
31Kia Nea Lake49-26-W5
32Unnamed lakePeanut Lake9-55-15-W5
33Unnamed lakePegasus Lake61-11-W5
34Victor Lake35-56-8-W6
35Unnamed lake near CarolineBeaver Lake16-35-6-W5
Northeast Region
1Unnamed lakeBlack Nugget Mine Pit2,11-49-18-W4
2Eden Lake13-53-2-W5
3Chickakoo Lake34-53-1-W5
4Hubbles Lake9-53-1-W5
5Unnamed lakeLower Chain Lake17,18-69-23-W5
6Unnamed lakeSauer Lake33-53-1-W5
7Unnamed lakeStar Lake20-52-2-W5
8Unnamed lakeMile 18 Lake18-71-13-W4
9Hamilton Lake59-13,14-W4
10Unnamed lakeAshland Dam20-48-3-W5
11Unnamed lakeShuster Lake35-43-5-W4
Peace River Region
1Unnamed lakeFigure Eight Lake20-84-25-W5
2Mirage Lake79-8-W6
3Unnamed lakeRunning Lake34-88-7-W6
4Unnamed lakeSpring Lake23-75-11-W6
5Unnamed lakeStoney Lake31-86-3-W6
6Unnamed lakeOle Lake30-84-12-W6
7Unnamed lakeTwin Lake97-22-W5
8Unnamed lakeHilltop Lake75-7-W6
9Unnamed lakeMachaeisis Lake23,27-107-16-W5
10Swan LakeSwan Lake70-25,26-W5

PART 4Manitoba

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameGeneral LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1Kenton Reservoirsoutheast of Kenton49°59′ 100°37′
2Chain Lakenortheast of Roblin51°19′ 101°05′
3St. Malo LakeSt. Malo Reservoir area49°19′ 96°55′
4Vermillion ReservoirVermillion Reservoir51°00′35″
100°10′00″

PART 5Quebec

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Répertoire toponymique du Québec or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Répertoire toponymique du Québec Reference System)
1Montjoie LakeLac Montjoie45°24′ 72°06′
2Yamaska River from point A at position 45°17′ 72°58′ upstream to point B at position 45°16.5′ 72°57.5′Rivière Yamaska45°17′ 72°58′
45°16.5′ 72°57.5′
3Morency LakeLac Morency45°56′ 74°02′
4Lac en Coeur LakeLac en Coeur45°58′ 74°01′
5Brochet LakeLac Brochet46°33′ 75°35′
6Paradis LakeLac Paradis46°33′ 75°37′
7René LakeLac Thouin46°38′ 75°41′
8Unnamed lakeLac Clair46°37′ 75°41′
9Unnamed lakeLac Portage46°38′ 75°42′
10Des Sitelles LakeLac des Sitelles45°15′ 72°16′
11Webster LakeLac Webster45°16′ 72°16′
12Malaga LakeLac Malaga45°15′ 72°16′
13Étang O’Malley LakeLac O’Malley45°17′ 72°15′
14Gilbert LakePlace Pond45°13′ 72°18′
15Trousers LakeLac Trousers45°15′ 72°21′
16Étang Libby LakeLac Libby45°17′ 72°22′
17Rawdon LakeLac Rawdon46°03′ 73°42′
18Laviolette LakeLac Laviolette46°00′ 74°08′
19Marelle LakeLac Marelle46°00′ 74°07′
20Deauville LakeLac Deauville45°59′ 74°06′
21Pas de Poisson LakeLac Pas de Poisson46°01′ 74°07′
22Lake LenoreLac Lenore46°00′ 74°07′
23Tondohar LakeLac Tondohar46°00′ 74°07′
24Quévillon LakeLac Quévillon46°00′ 74°06′
25Lake MimiLac Mimi46°00′ 74°09′
26Gascon LakeLac Gascon45°59′ 74°08′
27Lake Sainte-AdèleLac Sainte-Adèle45°57′ 74°09′
28Millette LakeLac Millette45°58′ 74°11′
29Bouthiller LakeLac Bouthiller45°57′ 74°13′
30Renaud LakeLac Renaud45°56′ 74°12′
31Matley LakeLac Matley45°57′ 74°11′
32Richer LakeLac Richer45°57′ 74°12′
33Lake ArthurLac Arthur48°37′ 78°10′
34Lake AliceLac Alice46°02′ 74°08′
35Ashton LakeLac Ashton46°04′ 73°58′
36Angemma LakeLac Croche46°04′ 74°00′
37Beaudrias LakeLac Beaudrias46°00′ 74°04′
38Bonny LakeLac Rond46°05′ 74°06′
39Bourgoin LakeLac aux Oies46°04′ 74°04′
40Brunet LakeLac Brunet46°04′ 74°04′
41Clair LakeLac Clair46°05′ 74°04′
42Cochand LakeLac Cochand46°01′ 74°07′
43Creux LakeLac Creux46°06′ 74°06′
44Lake DenisLac Denis46°04′ 74°04′
45Dorion LakeLac Cambell46°03′ 74°04′
46Élevé LakeLac Saint-Louis46°05′ 74°08′
47Guénette LakeLac Jumeau46°05′ 74°06′
48Goulet LakeLac Goulet46°05′ 73°59′
49Grenier LakeLac Grenier46°03′ 74°01′
50Lacroix LakeLac Lacroix46°02′ 74°06′
51Laframboise LakeLac Laframboise46°00′ 74°05′
52Lucerne LakeLac Lucerne46°00′ 74°06′
53Moreau LakeLac Marier46°05′ 74°06′
54Ovale LakeLac Chardonneau46°03′ 74°04′
55Piché LakeLac Piché46°01′ 74°05′
56Pitt LakeLac Castor46°01′ 74°02′
57De La Roche LakeLac de La Roche46°02′ 74°05′
58Sanguinet LakeLac Noir46°06′ 74°04′
59Sauvage LakeLac Sauvage46°01′ 74°05′
60Des Scouts LakeLac des Scouts46°03′ 74°10′
61Séguin LakeLac Séguin46°00′ 74°05′
62Du Serpent LakeLac du Serpent46°06′ 74°06′
63Des Sommets LakeLac des Sommets46°05′ 74°04′
64Spring LakeLac Spring46°02′ 74°07′
65Trente-Cinq LakeLac Trente-Cinq46°05′ 74°05′
66Violon LakeLac Violon46°06′ 74°05′
67Walfred LakeLac Walfred46°03′ 74°04′
68Du Brochet LakeLac du Brochet46°03′ 74°43′
69Stoke LakeLac Stoke45°31′ 71°49′
70Du Gros Brochet LakeLac du Gros Brochet46°35′ 74°50′
71Du Petit Brochet LakeLac du Petit Brochet46°36′ 74°50′
72Blanc LakeLac Blanc46°29′ 74°50′
73Sumas LakeLac Sumas46°31′ 74°50′
74Lake FrancisLac Francis46°32′ 74°54′
75Brisebois LakeLac à Brisebois46°31′ 74°52′
76Dorus LakeLac Dorus46°31′ 74°53′
77Cola LakeLac Cola46°35′ 74°53′
78Leclerc LakeLac Leclerc46°36′ 74°49′
79Delisle LakeLac Delisle46°36′ 74°49′
80De la Mine LakeLac de la Mine46°31′ 74°49′
81Meilleur LakeLac Meilleur46°30′ 74°49′
82Ovale LakeLac Ovale46°04′ 74°27′
83De la Rouge LakeLac Rougeau46°06′ 74°25′
84Nantel LakeLac Nantel46°07′ 74°24′
85Sauvage LakeLac Sauvage46°03′ 74°31′
86Caché LakeLac Caché46°03′ 74°27′
87Caché LakeLac Caché46°06′ 74°29′
88Cornu LakeLac Cornu46°05′ 74°26′
89Long LakeLac Larin46°04′ 74°27′
90Paquette LakeLac Pascalet46°08′ 74°27′
91Renversi LakeLac Renversi46°03′ 74°29′
92Du Cordon LakeLac du Cordon46°03′ 74°29′
93De la Grosse LakeLac Bonnet46°02′ 74°29′
94À la Truite LakeLac Troissy46°02′ 74°29′
95Fournelle LakeLac Fournelle45°55′ 74°02′
96De la Cabane LakeLac de la Cabane45°59′ 74°18′
97De la Montagne LakeLac de la Montagne45°59′ 74°19′
98Vingt Sous LakeLac Vingt Sous45°57′ 74°22′
99À la Barbotte LakeLac à la Barbotte46°04′ 71°06′
100Parker LakeLac Parker45°20′ 72°19′
101Montaubois LakeLac Montaubois45°55′ 74°04′
102Desjardins LakeLac Desjardins45°55′ 74°04′
103Tracy LakeLac Tracy45°56′ 74°04′
104Beaver LakeLac Beaver45°55′ 74°04′
105Trécarré LakeLac Trécarré45°55′ 74°04′
106Byette LakeLac Byette46°02′ 74°17′
107Aux Castors RiverRivière aux Castors46°01′ 74°17′
108Moffat LakeLac Moffat45°34′ 71°19′
109Hughes LakeLac Hughes45°48′ 74°15′
110Solar LakeLac Solar45°46′ 74°15′
111Lake CarolineLac Caroline45°46′ 74°14′
112Beauchamp LakeLac Beauchamp46°18′ 74°12′
113Stevens LakeLac Stevens46°10′ 73°39′
114Boucané LakeLac Boucané45°52′ 74°09′
115Breton LakeLac Breton45°52′ 74°14′
116Millette LakeLac Millette45°52′ 74°10′
117Duffy LakeLac Duffy46°01′ 73°55′
118Aux Sables RiverRivière aux Sables48°27′ 71°15′
119Lake NickLac Nick45°13′ 72°20′
120Long Pond LakeLac Long45°15′ 72°20′
121Étang Olive LakeÉtang Olive45°13′ 72°20′
122Georges PondÉtang Georges45°10′ 72°19′
123Du Pin Rouge LakeLac du Pin Rouge45°58′ 74°03′
124À la Truite LakeLac à la Truite45°21′ 72°09′
125Rose LakeLac Rose46°21′ 72°10′
126Lafrenière LakeLac Lafrenière46°23′ 73°30′
127Malo LakeLac Malo46°26′ 74°50′
128Cloche LakeLac Cloche46°27′ 74°50′
129Lake GeorgesLac Georges46°54′ 72°19′
130Charest LakeLac Charest46°50′ 72°19′
131Des Pins LakeLac des Pins46°53′ 72°15′
132De la Blanche LakeLac de la Blanche46°05′ 74°27′
133Lake LéonardLac Léonard45°51′ 74°11′
134Beckwith LakeLac Ricard45°45′ 76°11′
135Guindon LakeLac Guindon45°52′ 74°07′
136Des Seigneurs LakeLac des Seigneurs45°52′ 74°07′
137Lake Saint-AmourLac Saint-Amour45°51′ 74°07′
138Marois LakeLac Marois45°51′ 74°08′
139Ouimet LakeLac Ouimet45°50′ 74°10′
140Lake JohanneLac Johanne45°50′ 74°08′
141Ouimet LakeLac Ouimet46°10′ 74°35′
142Lake Saint-DenisLac Saint-Denis45°56′ 74°19′
143À la Truite LakeLac à la Truite45°56′ 74°31′
144Mohawk LakeLac Mohawk45°56′ 74°21′
145Noir LakeLac Noir45°56′ 74°22′
146Lake RaymondLac Raymond46°00′ 74°10′
147Du Nord River between the points at coordinates 46°01′06″ 74°11′57″ and 46°00′22″ 74°09′07″Rivière du Nord46°01′06″
74°11′57″ to
46°00′07″
74°08′53″
148Doncaster River between the points at coordinates 74°03′ 45°59′ and 74°06′ 45°57′Rivière Doncaster74°03′ 45°59′ to
74°06′ 45°57′
149Du Nord River between the points at coordinates 74°06′ 45°57′ and 74°07′ 45°56′Rivière du Nord74°06′ 45°57′ to
74°07′ 45°56′
150Violon LakeLac Violon45°57′ 74°05′
151Bellevue LakeLac Bellevue45°58′ 74°04′
152Pilon LakeLac Pilon46°00′ 74°01′
153Asch LakeLac Asch45°59′ 74°04′
154Pinsonneault LakeLac Pinsonneault45°58′ 74°05′
155Des Atacas LakeLac des Atacas45°57′ 74°04′
156De la Poche LakeLac de la Poche45°59′ 74°02′
157Des Pères LakeLac des Pères45°58′ 74°02′
158Du Moulin LakeLac du Moulin45°59′ 74°03′
159Lake JimmyLac Jimmy45°59′ 74°02′
160Long LakeLac Long45°59′50″
74°00′30″
161Campbell LakeLac Campbell46°00′20″
74°01′30″
162Grande Ligne LakeLac Grande Ligne46°00′50″
74°00′30″
163Thomson LakeLac Thomson46°00′ 74°02′
164Du Camp LakeLac du Camp46°01′45″
74°00′
165Du Raquetteur LakeLac du Raquetteur46°04′ 74°28′
166Berry LakeLac Berry48°47′ 78°22′
167Filion LakeLac Filion48°50′ 78°24′
168Magny LakeLac Magny48°51′ 78°23′
169Joly LakeLac Jally46°46′ 70°17′
170Charlebois LakeLac Charlebois46°05′ 74°03′
171Lake JosephLac Joseph-Nateldas46°11′ 74°19′
172Gélinas LakeLac Gélinas46°10′ 74°38′
173Desmarais LakeLac Desmarais46°11′ 74°39′
174Cornu LakeLac Cornu45°53′ 74°00′
175À l’Ours LakeLac à l’Ours45°58′ 74°03′
176Bélanger LakeLac Bélanger46°27′ 73°11′
177Beaulne LakeLac Beaulne46°02′ 73°57′
178Paré LakeLac Paré46°09′ 73°56′
179Des Trois Frères LakeLac des Trois Frères45°59′ 74°22′
180Des Pins LakeLac des Pins46°12′ 73°40′
181Loyer LakeLac Loyer46°12′ 73°40′
182Lake LouiseLac Louise46°12′ 73°43′
183Lake Notre-DameLac Notre-Dame45°52′ 74°22′
184Dawson LakeLac Dawson45°45′ 74°15′
185Des Français LakeLac des Français45°26′ 72°13′
186À la Loutre LakeLac à la Loutre46°05′ 74°54′
187Little Lanthier LakePetit lac Lanthier46°26′ 74°51′
188Grand lac des Sept Lacs LakeGrand lac des Sept Lacs et lac Fleuriault48°28′ 68°11′
189Couture LakeLac Clair46°10′ 73°47′
190Caribou LakeLac du Caribou46°01′ 71°19′
191Brême LakeLac Brême45°40′ 76°17′
192Little Saint-François LakePetit lac Saint-François45°32′ 72°02′
193D’Argent LakeLac d’Argent45°19′ 72°19′
194Burton LakeLac Burton46°03′ 73°56′
195Héroux LakeLac Héroux46°32′ 72°54′
196Des Six LakeLac des Six46°32′ 72°54′
197Little Noir LakePetit lac Noir45°52′ 74°27′
198Aux Cerises River, on that part of the river located between the points at coordinates 45°16′19″ 72°10′15″ and 45°17′22″ 72°10′08″Rivière aux Cerises45°16′ 72°10′
199Petite Nation River, on a section located between a point at coordinates 46°01′59″ N 75°04′41″ W and a point at coordinates 46°00′26″ N 75°01′59″ WRivière de la Petite Nation45°35′ 75°06′
200Preston River, on a section located between a point at coordinates 46°00′59″ N 75°03′44″ W and a point at coordinates 46°00′35″ N 75°04′05″ WRivière Preston46°00′ 75°05′
201Vert LakeLac Vert46°34′ 72°56′
202Des Érables LakeLac des Érables46°35′ 72°53′
203Bixley LakeLac Bixley45°46′ 74°20′
204Travers LakeLac Travers46°01′ 74°24′
205Petite Décharge River, on a section 5 km in length from the mouth of the Bédard River at a point at coordinates 48°33′37″ N 71°43′02″ W downstream to the dam at Sainte-Anne Island at a point at coordinates 48°33′19″ N 71°39′35″ WRivière Petite Décharge48°32′ 71°37′
206Long LakeLac Long46°25′ 73°17′
207Rond LakeLac Rond46°01′ 71°15′
208Pauzé LakeLac Pauzé46°08′ 73°59′
209Bob LakeLac Bob45°41′ 76°18′
210Monette LakeLac Monette45°42′ 76°02′
211À Piché LakeLac à Piché45°42′ 76°02′
212Renaud LakeLac Forget46°07′ 74°38′
213Dufour LakeLac du Cinq46°08′ 74°38′
214Fortier LakeLac Brière46°06′ 74°38′
215Gilman LakeLac Gilman49°55′ 74°20′
216Carillon LakeLac Carillon46°51′ 72°12′
217Vert LakeLac Vert45°51′ 74°30′
218Lake Pierre-PaulLac Pierre-Paul46°41′ 70°42′
219Elgin Lake OutletLac Elgin, Décharge du45°47′ 71°21′
220Bell LakeLac Bell45°38′56″ ′
75°58′08′
221Fraser LakeLac Fraser45°39′01″
75°58′30″
222Canard LakeLac Canard45°51′ 74°07′
223Castor LakeLac Castor45°50′ 74°06′
224Colette LakeLac Colette45°50′ 74°07′
225Loiselle LakeLac Loiselle45°52′ 74°09′
226Melançon LakeLac Melançon49°50′ 74°06′
227Parent LakeLac Parent45°50′ 74°06′
228Pelletier LakeLac Pelletier45°51′ 74°07′
229Rochon LakeLac Rochon45°52′ 74°09′
230Lake SuzanneLac Suzanne45°50′ 74°07′
231Gagnon LakeLac Gagnon46°11′ 74°21′
232Durocher LakeLac Durocher46°14′ 74°20′
233Veillette LakeLac Veillette46°53′ 72°23′
234Rochemaure LakeLac Rochemaure46°22′ 74°10′
235Gareau LakeLac Gareau46°33′ 72°57′
236Little Gareau LakePetit lac Gareau46°33′ 72°57′
237Delage LakeLac Delage46°57′33″
71°24′17″
238Mooney LakeLac Mooney46°04′12″
73°56′24″
239Munich LakeLac Munich45°58′09″
74°30′09″
240Charest LakeLac Charest45°58′10″
74°30′51″
241Du Brochet LakeLac du Brochet45°57′32″
74°32′37″
242Verdure LakeLac Verdure46°01′ 74°28′
243Noiret LakeLac Noiret45°52′24″
74°18′10″
244Lambert LakeLac Lambert46°26′19
73°13′47″
245À la Perchaude LakeLac à la Perchaude46°45′ 72°18′
246Simon LakeLac Simon46°53′ 72°01′
247Des Pins LakeLac des Pins45°55′34″
74°29′41″
248Beaulne LakeLac Beaulne45°51′ 74°09′
249Violon LakeLac Violon45°52′ 74°08′
250Hotte LakeLac Hotte45°47′33″
75°03′21″
251Caribou LakeLac Caribou46°02′ 74°27′
252Bleu Lake, within 20 m of the shore near the Club des familles de demain, along a line drawn between points at coordinates 45°53′05.20″ N 73°58′56.79″ W, 45°53′03.95″ N 73°58′57.76″ W and 45°53′03.13″ N 73°58′57.24″ WLac Bleu45°53′08″ N
73°59′04″ W

PART 6Saskatchewan

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1Birch Lake49°49′ 102°13′
2Jackfish Lake51°39′ 101°35′
3Fox Lake54°11′ 104°47′
4Topaz Lake54°12′ 104°49′
5Jade Lake54°11′ 104°48′
6Opal Lake54°11′ 104°48′
7Diamond Lake54°11′ 104°48′
8Sapphire Lake54°11′ 104°48′
9Pearl Lake54°11′ 104°48′
10Willows DamWillows Dam49°37′ 105°59′
11Melville DamMelville Reservoir (Crescent Creek Reservoir)50°55′ 102°48′
  • SOR/2009-213, ss. 9(E), 10

SCHEDULE 4(Subsection 2(4))Waters in Public Parks and Controlled Access Bodies of Water on Which Power-driven Vessels and Vessels Driven by Electrical Propulsion Are Subject to an Engine Power Limit

PART 1

British Columbia

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionGeneral LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Engine Power in Kilowatts
1Hicks LakeSasquatch Provincial Park49°20′ 121°42′7.5
2Unnamed lake, locally known as Boot Lake, approximately 70 km south of Dawson CreekDawson Creek, Peace River Regional District55°11′27″7.45
120°27′28″
3Unnamed lake, locally known as Dina Lake #1north of Mackenzie55°31′ 123°18′7.45
4Chute Lakenortheast of Penticton49°42′ 119°32′7.45
5That part of the Cowichan River from the Greendale Road trestle in the village of Lake Cowichan to the Island Highway bridge in DuncanDuncan48°46′ 123°38′7.45
6That part of the Nanaimo River from the Island Highway bridge to the mouth of the riversouth of Nanaimo49°04′ 123°52′7.45
7The Somass River, from the Paper Mill Dam to the confluence of the Sprout River and the Stamp RiverPort Alberni49°14′ 124°49′7.45
8The Stamp River, from the confluence of the Somass River and the Sprout River to Great Central LakePort Alberni49°18′ 124°53′7.45
9Weaver Lakenorthwest of Harrison Hot Springs49°21′ 121°52′7.45
10Pillar LakeFalkland50°35′ 119°38′7.45
11Stewart Lakenorthwest of Dawson Creek55°58′ 121°10′7.45
12Hawkins Lakenortheast of 100 Mile House51°51′ 120°55′7.45
13Nahmint Lakewest of Port Alberni49°10′ 125°02′7.45
14Casey Lakewest of Fraser Lake54°03′ 125°03′7.45
15Tunkwa Lakesouthwest of Kamloops50°36′ 120°51′7.45
16Red Lakenorthwest of Kamloops50°53′ 120°47′7.45
17Main LakeQuadra Island50°12′ 125°10′7.45
18Mine LakeQuadra Island50°12′ 125°10′7.45
19Except where the prohibition set out in item 40 of Part 3 of Schedule 1 or in item 86 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 applies, Elk and Beaver Lakes and all that part of Elk and Beaver Lakes in the interlake area except that part of Elk Lake that is delineated by a line drawn from a point at coordinates 48°31′58″ 123°24′03″ to 48°31′37″ 123°23′34″, thence to 48°31′45″ 123°23′37″, thence to 48°32′04″ 123°24′00″, and that is situated south of a 30 m shore zone between a line drawn on an azimuth of 210° passing through a point at coordinates 48°32′16″ 123°24′12″ and a line drawn on an azimuth of 180° passing through a point at coordinates 48°32′03″ 123°24′00″ and on all of Elk and Beaver Lakes and the interlake area during a rowing event for which a permit has been issued under these Regulationsnorthwest of Victoria48° N 123° W7.5
20Dutch LakeClearwater51°00′ 120°00′7.45
21French Lake100 Mile House51°35′ 120°45′7.45
22West King Lake100 Mile House51°30′ 120°30′7.45
23East King Lake100 Mile House51°30′ 120°30′7.45
24Peach Lake100 Mile House52°00′ 121°10′7.45
25Kentucky LakeAspen Grove49°55′ 120°40′7.45
26Alleyne LakeAspen Grove49°55′ 120°40′7.45
27Forest Lake100 Mile House52°10′ 122°00′7.45
28Headwaters #1 LakePeachland49°49′ 120°00′7.45
29Inland LakePowell River49°57′ 124°30′7.45
30Niskonlith LakeChase50°45′ 119°52′7.45
31Birch LakeKamloops51°27′ 120°30′7.45
32Hihium LakeKamloops51°03′ 121°06′7.45
33Village Bay LakeQuadra Island50°14′ 125°10′7.45
34Osprey LakePeachland49°42′ 120°11′7.45
35Cartwright LakeBriscoe50°50′ 116°10′7.45
36Howard LakeCanim Lake52°00′ 121°00′7.45
37Yellow LakePenticton49°10′ 119°00′7.45
38Chubb LakePrince George53°30′ 122°00′7.45
39Cleland LakeBriscoe50°50′ 116°10′7.45
40Gardom LakeEnderby50°00′ 119°00′7.45
41Squakum LakeHarrison Bay49°15′ 122°00′7.45
42Fairy LakePort Renfrew48°30′ 124°20′7.45
43Bunting LakeWilliams Lake52°00′ 122°00′7.45
44Conkle LakeWestbridge49°05′ 119°05′7.45
45Greeny LakeTimothy Lake51°00′ 121°00′7.45
46Big Fish LakeBriscoe50°50′ 116°10′7.45
47Chain LakePrinceton49°30′ 120°30′7.45
48Star LakeClearwater51°00′ 120°00′7.45
49McCullock ReservoirKelowna49°45′ 119°00′7.45
50Hatheume LakePeachland49°59′ 120°02′7.45
51Stony LakeDawson Creek54°50′ 120°35′7.45
52Trapping LakePrince George53°35′ 122°35′7.45
53Paska LakeKamloops50°31′ 120°39′7.45
54Pressy Lake70 Mile House51°23′ 121°59′7.45
55Raven LakeWilliams Lake52°00′ 122°50′7.45
56Jewel LakeGreenwood49°10′ 118°37′7.45
57Vivian LakePrince George54°02′ 123°06′7.45
58Inga Lakesouth of Alaska Highway56°37′ 121°38′7.45
59Dry LakePrinceton49°39′ 120°37′7.45
60Carbon LakeHudson Hope55°58′ 122°34′7.45
61Elk and Beaver LakesVictoria48°00′ 123°24′7.45
62Main LakeQuadra Island50°14′ 125°10′7.45
63Mine LakeQuadra Island50°14′ 125°10′7.45

PART 2

Saskatchewan

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionGeneral LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Engine Power in Kilowatts
1Loch LevenCypress Hills Provincial Park49°40′ 109°30′3.75
2Pike LakePike Lake Provincial Park51°54′ 106°49′7.5
3Burtlein Lake54°15′ 104°38′3.75
4Nipawin Lake54°03′ 104°38′3.75
5Mitten Lake53°58′ 104°39′3.75
6Pine Lake54°01′ 104°40′3.75
7Mackie Lake56°21′ 105°29′3.75

PART 3

Ontario

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionGeneral LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Engine Power in Kilowatts
1Wilcox Lake, Municipality of Grey Highlands, Grey County44°14′ 80°33′7.5
2Unnamed lake, locally known as Spar Lake, Minden Hills Twp, Haliburton County44°46′15″7.5
78°46′57″

SCHEDULE 5(Subsection 2(5), subparagraph 2(8)(b)(ii) and subsections 11(3) and 12(2))Waters on Which Power-driven Vessels and Vessels Driven by Electrical Propulsion Are Subject to a Maximum Speed Limit

PART 1Alberta

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Alberta Land Titles Act Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
Southern Region
1Heninger’s Reservoir16-3-12-W412
2Outpost LakePolice Lake1-26-W412
3Beauvais Lake29-5-1-W512
4Elkwater Lake, as indicated by signs23,25-8-3-W412
5Unnamed lakePark Lake9-10-22-W412
6Lee Lake7,8-7-2-W512
7Tyrrell Lake, as indicated by signs5-17,18-W412
8Unnamed reservoirLouisiana #13 Reservoir17-11-W412
9Newell Lake, as indicated by signs17-15-W412
10Travers Reservoir, as indicated by signs31-14-21-W412
11Stonehill Lake14-15-17-W412
12Unnamed reservoirCavan Lake Reservoir30-11-3-W412
13Unnamed reservoirKitsim Reservoir17-15,16-W412
14Beaver Mines Lake11-5-3-W512
15Stafford Reservoir, as indicated by signsChin Lakes9-19-W412
16Chain Lakes, as indicated by signs14,15-2-W512
17Milk River Ridge Reservoir, as indicated by signsRidge Reservoir5-20-W412
Central Region
1Chestermere Lake (north of Highway 1A)24-28-W412
2Unnamed lakeWinchell Lake2-29-5-W512
3Little Fish Lake, as indicated by signs28-16-W412
4Gull Lake, as indicated by signs16-41-28-W412
5Gooseberry Lake, as indicated by signs36-5,6-W412
6Miquelon Lakes, as indicated by signs49-20,21-W412
7Pigeon Lake, as indicated by signs47-1-W512
8Buffalo Lake, as indicated by signs25-40-21-W412
9Pine Lake, as indicated by signs36-24,25-W412
10Chain Lakes6-42-24-W412
11Sylvan Lake, as indicated by signs39-1,2-W512
12Battle Lake46-2-W512
13Battle River at the Forestburg Power Plant29-40-15-W412
14Buck Lake, as indicated by signs46-6-W512
East Slopes Region
1Fairfax Lake17-46-18-W512
2Muskiki Lake5-45-20-W512
3Jarvis Lake, as indicated by signs52-26-W512
4Gregg Lake52,53-26-W512
5Wolf Lake, as indicated by signs49-14-W512
6McLeod LakeCarson Lake61-11,12-W512
7Obed Lake, as indicated by signs11-53-22-W512
8Bear Lake, as indicated by signs55-15-W512
9Fickle Lake, as indicated by signs31-51-19-W512
10Shiningbank Lake, as indicated by signs56-14-W512
11Gosling Lake14,23-44-6-W512
12Unnamed lakeJackfish Lake6-41-11-W512
13Unnamed lakeKlein Lake33-30-10-W512
14Twin Lakes6-40-7-W512
15Swan Lake36-9-W512
16Crimson Lake, as indicated by signs40-8-W512
17Medicine Lake43,44-6-W512
18Goose Lake, as indicated by signs61-8-W512
19Upper Kananaskis Lake, as indicated by signs19-9-W512
20Lower Kananaskis Lake, as indicated by signs19,20-9-W512
21Barrier Lake, as indicated by signs24-8-W512
22Spray Lakes23-10-W512
23Unnamed lakeStrubel Lake25-37-8-W512
24Hanmore Lake61-17,18-W412
Northeast Region
1Unnamed lakeJackfish Lake20-53-9-W412
2Garner Lake, as indicated by signs60-12-W412
3Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsLong Lake63-19-W412
4Moose Lake, as indicated by signs60,61-6,7-W412
5Lac La Biche, as indicated by signs68-15-W412
6Unnamed reservoir, as indicated by signsVermilion Reservoir50-6-W412
7Unnamed lakeBellis Lake59-15-W412
8Gregoire Lake, as indicated by signs13-86-8-W412
9Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsLittle Fish Lake63-10-W412
10Ethel Lake, as indicated by signs64-3-W412
11Whitney Lake, as indicated by signs16,17-56-4-W412
12Chatwin Lake4-61-6-W412
13Unnamed lakeShemeluk Lake25-60-17-W412
14Cold Lake, as indicated by signs63,65-1,2-W412
15Lac DelormeGeorge’s Lake5-57-8-W412
16The SnyeSnye Inlet89-9-W412
17Chickenhill Lake59-8-W412
18Unnamed lakeHasse Lake13-52-2-W512
19Mink Lake28-52-2-W512
20Nakamun Lake, as indicated by signs56-2-W512
21Unnamed lakePeanut Lake58-3-W512
22Spring LakeCottage Lake30-52-1-W512
23Thunder Lake, as indicated by signs59-5,6-W512
24Wabamun Lake, as indicated by signs52,53-4,5-W512
25Muir Lake32-53-27-W412
26Mere Lake32-53-1-W512
27Jack Fish Lake, as indicated by signs52-2-W512
28Mayatan Lake52-3-W512
29Whitewood Lake20-53-4-W512
30Lac Ste. Anne, as indicated by signs54,55-3,4-W512
31Lac la Nonne, as indicated by signs57-2,3-W512
32Steele Lake, as indicated by signsCross Lake65-25,26-W512
33Calling Lake, as indicated by signs33-72-22-W412
34Ghost Lake68-24-W412
35Clear Lake, as indicated by signs60-6-W512
36Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsSandy Lake56-13-W412
37Sandy Lake, as indicated by signs55,56-1-W512
38Wizard Lake, as indicated by signs48-27,28-W412
39Unnamed lakeCap Eyre Lake30-38-5-W412
40Isle Lake, as indicated by signs53,54-5,6-W512
41Lac Santé, as indicated by signsBig Fish Lake56-11-W412
42Unnamed lakeLittle Moose Lake12,14-56-13-W412
43Hope Lake65-18-W412
44Long Lake, as indicated by signsNarrow Lake64,65-25-W412
45North Buck Lake, as indicated by signs66-17-W412
46Skeleton Lake, as indicated by signs65-18,19-W412
47Dillberry Lake, as indicated by signs41,42-1-W412
48Jackfish Lake, as indicated by signs67-21-W412
49Camp Lake, as indicated by signs10-48-11-W412
50Long Island Lake, as indicated by signs63-25,26-W412
51Muriel Lake, as indicated by signs59,60-5-W412
Peace River Region
1Unnamed lakeSulphur Lake7-89-2-W612
2Cardinal Lake, as indicated by signsCardinal Lake83-24-W512
3Two Lakes (South)29-62-12-W612
4Lesser Slave Lake, as indicated by signs19-75-12-W512
5Saskatoon Lake, as indicated by signs72-7,8-W612
6Sturgeon Lake, as indicated by signs31-70-23-W512
7Winagami Lake, as indicated by signs76,77-18,19-W512
8Cutbank Lake26-72-8-W612
9Musreau Lake, as indicated by signs13-64-5-W612
10Fawcett Lake, as indicated by signs73-26-W412
11Peerless Lake, as indicated by signs24-88-5-W512
12North Wabasca Lake, as indicated by signs1-81-26-W412
13Unnamed lakeChrystina Lake8-67-8-W512

PART 2British Columbia

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionGeneral Location (Where Necessary)Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
1That part of Pendrell Sound that lies north of a line joining position 50°15′12″ N 124°43′50″  W and position 50°14′47″ N 124°43′21″ WEast Redonda Island50.124 SW6
2Alta Lakeat Alta Lake50.122 SW12
3West LakeNelson Island49.124 NE12
4Sicamousbetween Shuswap and Mara Lakes50.118 NW8
5(1) The following parts of Hatzic Lake:north of Fraser River, New Westminster District49.122 SE8
(a) the area extending 30 m into the lake from the lakeshore; and
(b) the area bounded on the south by the Lougheed Highway and on the north by a line drawn parallel to that highway commencing at a point on the extreme western shore 300 m north of the bridge to Hatzic Island, thence in a northeasterly direction across the lake to the extreme eastern shore
(2) All that part of Hatzic Lake not described in subitem (1)50
6Lac Le Jeunesouth of Kamloops50.120 SE20
7The following parts of Shawnigan Lake:near Victoria48.123 NW
(a) the area extending 30 m into the lake from the shore; and8
(b) all other areas of the lake65
8The following part of Kalamalka Lake: the area extending 75 m into the lake from shore, commencing at the northwestern corner of Lot 12, Plan 10525, thence following the shoreline in a northerly direction to the easterly boundary of Lot 1, Plan 20911near Vernon50.119 SE8
9The following part of Cowichan Lake and River: commencing at pilings designated by sign at the eastern end of Cowichan Lake near the entrance to the Cowichan River, and adjacent to Lot 8, Sec. 3, Lake Cowichan, thence downstream on the Cowichan River to the lower end of the area known locally as the “Big Pool” and designated by a sign, including all parts of Cowichan Lake and River thereinnear Duncan, Vancouver Island48.124 NE8
10Hatzic SloughHatzic Lake49.122 SE8
11Chilqua SloughHatzic Lake49.122 SE8
12The following part of Osoyoos Lake: the area passing through the barriers at Haynes Point and at the Highway No. 3 BridgeOsoyoos49.119 SE8
13Jewel Lakenear Greenwood49.118 SW8
14The following part of Nicomekl River: from the railway trestle at Mud Bay to the dam west of the King George HighwaySurrey49.122 SW16
15Watch Lakeeast of 70 Mile House51.121 SE8
16Lazy Lakenortheast of Wasa49.115 NW8
17The following part of the Courtenay River: from the marina at 20th Street to the northern tidal limitsCourtenay49.124 NW8
18That part of the Oak Bay breakwater between a line bearing 270° true from the southern tip of the breakwater on Mary Todd Island to the Turkey Head breakwater, and a line bearing 310° true from the northwestern tip of Mary Todd Island through the pile supporting the tide gauge, thence to the shorelineOak Bay48.123 SE8
19All of Tsehum Harbour extending eastward to a line drawn from Armstrong Point to Curteis Point and an area from Curteis Point to Kamaree Point along the western shoreline of Fernie Island to the northern tip of Fernie Island and thence due north to Goudge Island and along the western shoreline of Goudge Island to the northern tip, thence in a westerly direction to Swartz HeadNorth Saanich48.123 NE8
20That portion of Premier Lake south of a line extending from the southeast corner of Lot 11021 to the northwest corner of Lot 11869northeast of Wasa49.115 NW16
21All of Todd Inlet and Brentwood Bay as far westward as a line drawn from the northeast corner of Gowlland Tod Provincial Park at Morning Dew Road to the Brentwood Bay Ferry Terminalnear Victoria48.123 NE8
22(1) Subject to subitem (2), all of Prospect Lakenear Victoria48.123 NE8
(2) That interior part of Prospect Lake 91 m from the shoreline, as designated by marker buoys, between 10:00 a.m. and one half-hour before sunset60
23Heffley Lake, the narrows and small bays at each end of the lake as designated by appropriate signsnortheast of Kamloops50.120 NE15
24Long LakeNanaimo49.124 SE60
25Brannen LakeNanaimo49.124 SE60
26Quennell Lake, except for the area in the most northerly and westerly arm of the lake as designated by appropriate signsNanaimo49.123 SW8
27Williams Lake, the area in the west end of the lake in the vicinity of Scout Island as designated by appropriate signsWilliams Lake52.122 SE8
28Birds Eye CoveMaple Bay48°49′ 123°37′8
29Strawberry Slougheast of Mission49°09′ 122°10′8
30Marshall LakeGold Bridge50°55′ 122°35′15
31Nicomen Slough (except for the portion between the Dewdney and DeRoche bridges)Mission49°12′ 122°02′8
32That part of Alouette Lake south of a line drawn in a southeasterly direction from the west side of the lake at the north boat ramp to the signs on the east side of the lakenortheast of Maple Ridge49°20′ 122°25′8
33That part of Okanagan Lake known as Lakeshore Boat Launch, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°52′ 119°29′8
34That part of Okanagan Lake known as City Park Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°54′ 119°29′8
35That part of Okanagan Lake known as the vessel passage sections of the Okanagan Lake bridgeKelowna49°53′ 119°30′8
36That part of Skaha Lake known as Skaha Marina Harbour, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°27′ 119°35′8
37That part of Okanagan Lake known as Okanagan Lake Marina, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°30′ 119°36′8
38Little lac des RochesBridge Lake51°29′ 120°34′20
39Harrison River (small bay)Harrison Lake49°17′ 121°51′10
40Chilko River (that part of the river from Chilko Lake downstream to water survey station, as signed)Chilko Lake52°00′ 124°10′5

PART 3Ontario

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionSpecific LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
Chatham Area
1The Sydenham River from its junction with the Channel Ecarté to Libby Street42°33′40″8
82°24′39″
2The Channel Ecarté from its junction with the St. Clair River to its junction with Lake St. Clair42°28′ 82°29′8
3The Johnston Channel from its junction with the Channel Ecarté to 42°34′ N42°29′ 82°30′8
4That part of the Sydenham River from Libby Street to McKee Street and 16th Side Road42°33′40″8
82°24′39″
5The Thames River from its junction with McGregor Creek to its junction with Lake St. Clair42°19′ 82°27′8
6That part of the Detroit River that is inland waters within Peche Island Provincial Park, enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 42°20′35″ N 82°55′44″ W to 42°20′37″ N 82°55′46″ W to 42°20′39″ N 82°55′36″ W to 42°20′42″ N 82°55′32″ W to another point on shore at approximately 42°20′43″ N 82°55′28″ W42°03′ 83°09′6
7That part of the Ruscom River from its junction with the CPR right-of-way to the mouth of that river42°18′ 82°37′9
8That part of Cedar Creek from the eastern limit of Lot 17 to the western limit of Lot 19, Western Division, Town of Kingsville, Essex County42°01′ 82°46′9
9That part of Cedar Creek from its intersection with Heritage Road, eastward to its intersection with 3rd Blvd on Cedar Island Drive and the channel between Heritage Road and Cedar Island Road that leads to the public boat ramp from that creek42°00′47″42°01′ 82°46′6
82°45′51″
10That part of Lake Erie fronting the Municipality of Leamington from the federal public dock to the eastern boundary of the Leamington Marina as indicated by signs42°01′30″ N42°01′ 82°36′7
82°36′00″ W
London Area
1That part of Kettle Creek from the King George Bridge north to the village limit of Port Stanley, Southwold Twp, Elgin County42°38′ 81°13′9
2That part of Catfish Creek from its mouth in Lake Erie upstream to a municipal bridge known as the Jamestown Crossing, a distance of approximately 5.59 km, all within Malahide Twp, Elgin County42°39′ 81°00′6
Niagara-Simcoe Area
1That part of Black Creek from its mouth in the Niagara River to a point 2.4 km south at the bridge at the Queen Elizabeth Way42°58′45″42°58′ 79°02′6
79°01′30″
to
42°57′50″
79°01′15″
2That part of Black Creek, Norfolk County from its juncture with the Lynn River, upstream to the Black Creek Bridge, between Concessions 1 and 2, former Twp of Woodhouse42°47′23″6
80°11′53″
3That part of the Welland River from its mouth in the Niagara River to a point 160 m west of the Greater Niagara Boating Club43°03′50″43°04′ 79°03′12
79°02′44″
to
43°02′49″
79°04′17″
4That part of the Lynn River, Norfolk County from the northern limit of Federal Harbour in the City of Nanticoke upstream to Misner’s Dam42°47′04″6
80°11′56″
Toronto Area
1That part of Lake Ontario within 150 m of the shore between the westerly projection of the R.C. Harris Water Filtration Plant and the mouth of the Rouge River43°40′00″43°45′ 78°00′9
79°16′30″
to
43°47′30″
79°07′00″
2That part of Lake Ontario within 150 m of the shore between the mouth of Etobicoke Creek and the mouth of the Humber River43°35′00″43°45′ 78°00′9
79°32′40″
to
43°38′00″
79°28′30″
3That part of Wilcox Lake in the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, York County, lying between latitudes 43°56′35″ N and 43°57′00″ N, and between longitudes 79°25′00″ W and 79°26′50″ W, except for the “no boating” area43°57′ 79°26′9
4Bronte Harbour and that part of Twelve Mile Creek from Bronte harbour upstream to a point 1.7 km from Lake Ontario, all lying in the town of Oakville as described in column 243°23′33″ NBronte Harbour 43°23′ 79°42′; Twelve Mile Creek 43°11′ 79°17′9
79°42′23″ W
to
43°23′43″ N
79°43′22″ W
5Oakville Harbour and that part of Sixteen Mile Creek from Oakville Harbour upstream to a point 3.2 km from Lake Ontario, all lying in the town of Oakville, as described in column 243°26′21″ N43°26′ 79°40′9
79°39′58″ W
to
43°27′00″ N
79°42′12″ W
Kingston-Cornwall Area
1That part of Old Mill Creek flowing through parts of Lots 23, 24 and 25, Concession 9 of Rideau Lakes Twp, Leeds and Grenville County, from Highway 42 to its confluence with Lower Beverly Lake44°38′ 75°49′9
2That part of the Raisin River in South Glengarry Twp, United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, from a point 45 m south of the Highway 2 bridge, extending in a northwesterly direction upstream to the westerly limits of Lot V, Concession 1 SSR45°08′ 74°30′9
3That part of Collins Bay in Kingston Twp, lying northeast of a line connecting the boundary between Lots 1 and 2 in Concessions 1 and 2 of that township44°14′ 76°37′9
4That part of the St. Lawrence River known locally as the Canadian Middle Channel, commencing at the eastern extremity of Wood Island at the charted location of red spar buoy H-16, thence southwesterly along that channel between Ash and Wallace Islands to the southwestern extremity of Ash Island at the charted location of green spar buoy H-17, all lying as described in column 244°21′33.5″ N45°12′ 74°20′18
75°59′33.5″ W
to
44°20′56.5″ N
76°00′21.5″ W
5That part of the St. Lawrence River known as The Lost Channel, commencing at the eastern end of The Lost Channel to the north of Sunset Island, thence southwesterly along The Lost Channel to the south of Georgina Island under the Thousand Islands International Bridge, thence between Constance Island and Island 92, thence between Rabbit and Tom Thumb Islands, thence west-southwesterly between Hill and Wallace Islands to the north of Needle Island and thence between Palm and Butts Islands and terminating at the southwestern extremity of Butts Island as described in column 244°21′45″ N44°22′ 75°59′15
75°58′36″ W
to
44°20′54″ N
76°00′09″ W
6That part of the St. Lawrence River commencing at a point between the northern extremities of Pine and Reveille Islands, thence southerly, thence west-southwesterly between Weiser and Kittner Islands, Carnegie and Hill Islands, and Reciprocity and Hill Islands, thence under the Thousand Islands International Bridge, thence between Trois and Hill Islands, thence along Bensons Rift between Rabbit and Hill Islands and terminating at the westerly extremity of Rabbit Island, as described in column 244°21′48″ N44°21′ 75°59′9
75°58′06″ W
to
44°21′21″ N
75°59′08″ W
7That part of the St. Lawrence River known as the Needle’s Eye, between the southerly shore of Needles Eye Island and the western extremity of Hill Island, as described in column 244°21′00″ N44°21′ 76°00′9
75°59′53″ W
8That part of the St. Lawrence River known as the Gananoque Narrows, commencing at a line between Princess Charlotte and Blueberry Islands at the charted location of green spar buoy J1, thence northwesterly between Prince Regent Green Light L.L. 365 and the Gananoque Narrows East Red Light L.L. 364.9, thence westerly between the charted location of red spar buoy J2 and Prince Regent Island to a point midway between the Gananoque Narrows West Light L.L. 365.2 and the shore of Prince Regent Island, as described in column 244°19′26″ N44°20′ 76°05′15
76°04′44.5″ W
to
44°19′24″ N
76°05′12″ W
9That part of the St. Lawrence River commencing at a point 100 m north of the charted location of red spar buoy JE10 between Hay and Forsyth Islands, thence southerly between the charted location of red spar buoy I-2 and Hay Island, thence southwesterly between the charted locations of red spar buoy JE14 and green spar buoy JE13, as described in column 244°18′40″ N44°18′ 76°09′24
76°09′30″ W
to
44°18′22″ N
76°09′37″ W
10That part of the St. Lawrence River known as Wanderers Channel commencing at a line between White Calf Island and the charted location of green spar buoy JE-8, thence west-southwesterly between Little White Calf Island and Island D, thence between Water Lily and Burnt Islands, thence between Stonesthrow and Pitchpine Islands, thence between Lindsay and Sagastaweka Islands, thence along the northerly shore of Bostwick Island between Bostwick and Indiana Islands and terminating on a line between the southwesterly extremities of Aubrey and Mermaid Islands, as described in column 244°18′52″ N44°18′ 76°11′9
76°09′44″ W
to
44°17′38″ N
76°11′30″ W
11Graham Lake in the Twp of Front of Yonge, Leeds County (see Note 1)44°34′ 75°53′50
12Graham Lake in the Twp of Front of Yonge, Leeds County (see Note 2)44°34′ 75°53′8
13That part of the St. Lawrence River known as Raft Narrows, extending westerly between Club Island and the mainland, thence between Hill Island and the mainland to a point under the Thousand Islands International Bridge, as described in column 2 (see Note 3)44°22′30″ N44°22′ 75°58′40
75°55′54″ W
to
44°21′48″ N
75°59′00″ W
14That part of the St. Lawrence River known as the Canadian Small Vessel Channel commencing at the charted location of green spar buoy U-17 and extending southwesterly between Goose and Grenadier Islands, thence between Van Buren and Grenadier Islands, thence between Tar and Grenadier Islands, thence between Tar and Buck Islands, thence between Tar and Little Grenadier Islands, thence between Tar and Doctor Islands and terminating at the flashing intermittent red light, all located within the positions 44°22′46″ N 75°55′20″ W, as described in column 2 (see Note 3)44°24′30″ N45°12′ 74°20′40
75°53′06″ W
to
44°22′46″ N
75°55′20″ W
15That part of the St. Lawrence River known as the Tar Island Narrows, commencing at the northeast extremity of Tar Island and extending southwesterly between Tar Island and the mainland to the southwest extremity of Tar Island, as described in column 2 (see Note 3)44°24′12″ N44°24′ 75°55′40
75°54′00″ W
to
44°22′48″ N
75°55′36″ W
16That part of the St. Lawrence River within the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands, Leeds County, as described in column 2 (see Note 4)44°22′03″ N44°24′ 75°55′8
75°58′16″ W
to
44°20′38″ N
75°57′57″ W
to
44°24′34″ N
75°51′09″ W
to
44°26′12″ N
75°52′30″ W
17Belleville Harbour, being all those waters within the area commencing at the southeast breakwater of the Meyers Pier, proceeding westerly to the southeast point of Zwick’s Centennial Park, north to the CPR bridge, east to the inner harbour of Victoria Park, south along the east shore of Victoria Harbour, east along the shoreline of the Anchorage property to the Meyers Pier44°09′ 77°23′9
Owen Sound Area
1That part of the Sauble River from Lake Huron to Sauble Falls in Town of South Bruce Peninsula, Bruce County44°39′ 81°15′9
Georgian Bay Area
1That part of Georgian Bay between the islands and the Honey Harbour shoreline from a point 365 m south of the day beacon at the north end of Picnic Island to a submerged rock crib at the north end of that channel known locally as the Delawana Channel, all enclosed within the following coordinates: 44°52′25″ N 79°49′24″ W; 44°52′01″ N 79°49′26″ W; 44°51′56″ N 79°49′33″ W; 44°51′48″ N 79°49′36″ W; 44°51′45″ N 79°49′40″ W; 44°51′47″ N 79°49′44″ W; 44°52′11″ N 79°49′48″ W; 44°52′18″ N 79°49′37″ W; and 44°52′20″ N 79°49′30″ W45°15′ 80°45′9
2That part of the Key River in the vicinity of Key Harbour45°53′13″45°53′ 80°44′9
80°43′28″
to
45°53′15″
80°43′57″
3That part of the main channel lying between the rock marked by a black spar buoy off Minnehaha Point and a red day beacon south of Deer Island44°53′15″44°53′ 79°50′9
79°50′03″
to
44°53′00″
79°49′40″
4That part of North Bay lying 365 m south and 640 m north of Woods Landing44°53′39″44°53′ 79°48′9
79°47′17″
to
44°54′04″
79°46′49″
5That part of Honey Harbour on the north side of Mermaid Island, crossing the entrance to Pratt Bay, and eastward past the eastern tip of Mermaid Island44°52′31″44°52′ 79°49′9
79°48′20″
to
44°52′37″
79°48′40″
6The narrow channel of Twelve Mile Bay fronting Lots 14, 15, 16, and 17, Plan M312, Twp of Georgian Bay, Muskoka District45°04′52″45°05′ 80°00′9
79°58′00″
to
45°04′52″
79°57′45″
7That part of the Canoe Channel lying between Squaw Island and Lots 74 and 75, Concession 10, in Carling Twp45°21′17″45°21′ 80°18′8
80°17′50″
to
45°21′19″
80°17′35″
8That part of the Ukuwaube Channel lying between Snug Island and Lot 41, Concession 1, in Carling Twp45°22′35″45°23′ 80°19′8
80°18′50″
to
45°22′46″
80°18′55″
9That part of Georgian Bay known as the Freddy Channel and adjoining waters from the northwest extremity of Kenebec Island and Wabena Point to the northwest extremity of Portage Island44°55′49″44°56′ 79°54′9
79°55′03″
and
44°55′49″
79°54′44″
to
44°56′22″
79°53′45″
10That part of the Black River from Gloucester Pool (44°48′55″ N 79°40′34″ W) to McLean Lake (44°49′00″ N 79°40′00″ W)44°49′ 79°41′9
11Entrance to Mannings Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District commencing at 45°01′45″ N 79°51′22″ W, thence westerly a distance of approximately 100 m to 45°01′45″ N 79°51′26″ W45°02′ 79°52′40
12Flat Rapids in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, commencing at 44°59′22″ N 79°50′10″ W, thence northwesterly a distance of approximately 300 m to 44°59′30″ N 79°50′20″ W45°00′ 79°50′40
13That part of the Go Home River, Georgian Bay Twp, commencing at 45°01′15″ N 79°51′54″ W, thence southwesterly a distance of approximately 2000 m to 45°00′59″ N 79°53′18″ W45°00′ 79°58′60
14Four Seasons Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, commencing at 44°59′39″ N 79°59′48″ W, thence northwesterly a distance of approximately 1500 m to 45°00′10″ N 79°51′42″ W45°00′ 79°51″60
15Haunted Narrows in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, commencing at 45°00′47″ N 79°51′22″ W, thence northerly a distance of approximately 100 m to 45°00′50″ N 79°51′22″ W45°01′ 79°51′40
16That part of Go Home Lake known locally as the New Cut, Georgian Bay Twp, Muskoka District, commencing at 45°00′47″ N 79°50′51″ W, thence northwesterly a distance of approximately 100 m to 45°00′50″ N 79°50′55″ W45°01′ 79°51′9
17That part of Minors Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, commencing at 44°59′25″ N 79°48′30″ W, thence southwesterly a distance of approximately 1200 m to 44°59′10″ N 79°49′20″ W44°59′ 79°49′60
18That part of Minors Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, commencing at 44°59′10″ N 79°49′20″ W, thence southwesterly a distance of approximately 380 m to 44°59′06″ N 79°49′35″ W44°59′ 79°49′40
19Echo Bay and Stumpy Bay in Go Home Lake, and part of Musquash River in Georgian Bay Twp, all in Muskoka District, commencing at 44°58′56″ N 79°50′25″ W, thence westerly and southerly a distance of approximately 1800 m to 44°58′12″ N 79°50′42″ WEcho Bay60
44°59′ 79°51′
Stumpy Bay
44°59′ 79°51′
Musquash River
44°57′ 79°52′
20Keyhole Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, being within the waters of Keyhole Bay west of 45°00′11″ N 79°50′51″ W45°00′ 79°51′60
21Heart Bay and Crystal Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, and that part of Go Home Lake lying southwesterly of Rabbit Island, Georgian Bay Twp, Muskoka District, commencing at 45°01′00″ N 79°51′30″ W, thence northwesterly 500 m to 45°01′10″ N 79°51′35″ WHeart Bay60
45°00′ 79°52′
Crystal Bay
45°01′ 79°52′
Go Home Lake
45°01′ 79°51′
22That part of the Nottawasaga River within the Town of Wasaga Beach44°32′19″ N44°32′ 80°00′50
80°00′37″ W
to
44°29′20″ N
79°58′59″ W
23The body of water between Collins Bay and Deep Bay known as Collins Channel, as described in column 245°23′00″ N8
80°12′30″ W
to
45°23′38″ N
80°13′22″ W
24That part of Georgian Bay known as Skerryvore Bay and the channel lying between Hunters Island and Lots 33 and 34, Concession 9, The Archipelago Twp, as described in column 245°32′08″ N45°15′ 80°45′8
80°23′03″ W
to
45°32′04″ N
80°23′02″ W
25That part of Georgian Bay, on the west shore of Tiny Township from Concession 1 (County Rd 27) to Concession 16 (Lafontaine Rd), extending 300 m from shore, enclosed within the positions described in column 244°33′33″ N44°42′ 79°56′10
79°59′42″ W
to
44°44′30″ N
80°05′30″ W
Muskoka-Parry Sound Area
1The part of the North Branch Muskoka River between Hunters Bay on Lake Vernon and Fairy Lake45°20′ 79°14′45°02′ 79°19′9
2The part of the North Branch Muskoka River from Mary Lake to Fairy Lake45°17′ 79°14′45°02′ 79°19′9
to
45°19′ 79°12′
3The canal between Fairy Lake and Peninsula LakeFairy Lake to Peninsula Lake45°20′ 79°11′9
45°20′ 79°06′
4The part of the North Branch Muskoka River from Bracebridge Falls upstream to Mary Lake45°02′ 79°18′45°02′ 79°19′9
to
45°13′ 79°16′
5The part of the South Branch Muskoka River from its intersection with the North Branch Muskoka River to the northerly boundary of Concession 3 of Central Frontenac Twp, except for the part of that River known as Orillia Lake45°02′ 79°18′45°02′ 79°19′9
to
45°07′ 79°08′
6Lake Muskoka (see Note 5)45°00′ 79°25′9
7Lake Joseph (see Note 5)45°10′ 79°44′9
8Lake Rosseau (see Note 5)45°10′ 79°35′9
9Little Lake Joseph (see Note 5)45°13′ 79°41′9
10Joseph River connecting Lake Joseph to Lake Rosseau from the Ames Point entrance to Joseph River Shoal, as described in column 2 (see Note 6)45°09′58″ N45°08′ 79°39′9
79°41′42″ W
to
45°08′28″ N
79°38′50″ W
11Shadow River45°15′ 79°39′9
12Indian River, including Mirror Lake, Muskoka Lakes Twp, Muskoka District (see Note 6)45°06′ 79°34′9
13Walker Lake, Muskoka District45°22′52″12
79°05′11″
14That part of the Oxtongue River in Lake of Bays Twp, Muskoka District, from Lake of Bays upstream to Marshs Falls on old Highway 3545°19′ 79°01′9
15That part of the Magnetawan River from the dam (45°37′ N 79°25′ W) downstream to the Highway 11 bypass bridge (45°38′ N 79°25′ W)45°37′ 79°25′45°46′ 80°37′9
16That part of the Magnetawan River from the Highway 11 bridge south of Katrine, including the access creek into Doe Lake (45°34′ N 79°21′ W), to the fork of the west-flowing section of that river located north of the village of Burk′s Falls45°34′ 79°21′45°46′ 80°37′9
to
45°38′ 79°24′
17That part of the Magnetawan River fronting the Village of Magnetawan, Municipality of Magnetawan, Parry Sound District45°39′40″45°46′ 80°37′9
79°38′50″
to
45°40′00″
79°38′20″
18The narrows in Whitestone Lake opposite Lots 30 and 31, Concession 7, Municipality of Whitestone45°37′47″45°39′ 79°52′15
79°51′45″
to
45°37′40″
79°51′24″
19The narrows in Whitestone Lake between the coordinates set out in column 245°38′52″45°39′ 79°52′9
79°51′20″
to
45°38′46″
79°51′09″
20That part of the Severn River from Wasdell Falls to the Trent-Severn Waterway below Lock 42, adjacent to the City of Orillia, Simcoe County, and the Town of Gravenhurst, Muskoka District44°48′ 79°43′9
21Little Lake in Baxter Twp, Muskoka District, and Tay Twp, Simcoe County as indicated by signs44°49′ 79°43′9
22The narrow channel lying between the coordinates set out in column 2 in Parry Sound District45°24′26″9
79°42′00″
to
45°24′20″
79°42′08″
23Healey Lake, The Archipelago Twp, Parry Sound District45°10′ 79°55′80
24That part of Parry Sound Harbour, known locally as the “Inner Harbour”, lying north of a line connecting Bob’s Point and Champaigne Street, Parry Sound, Parry Sound District45°20′ 80°03′9
25Lake of Bays (see Note 7)45°15′ 79°04′9
26That part of the South Branch Muskoka River from Lake of Bays to the Baysville Dam in the village of Baysville (see Note 7)45°02′ 79°19′9
27That part of Hassard Lake and Perry Lake from 400 m north of the highway bridge to 800 m south of the bridge within the Town of Kearney, as described in column 245°33′07″ NHassard Lake9
79°13′05″ W45°34′ 79°13′
to
45°33′04″ N
79°13′06″ W
28Kahshe Lake44°50′ 79°18′70
29Bass Lake in Muskoka District44°52′18″70
79°12′28″
30Blackstone Lake in The Archipelago Township, Parry Sound District (see Note 3)45°14′ 79°53′70
31Blackstone Lake in The Archipelago Township, Parry Sound District (see Note 7)45°14′ 79°53′9
32That part of the Manitouwabing River in Lot 22, Concessions 4 and 5, McKellar Township, Parry Sound District, as described in column 245°27′42″ N45°28′ 79°51′9
79°51′20″ W
to
45°28′02″ N
79°51′50″ W
Haliburton Area
1Ox Narrows, Kushhog Lake, in Algonquin Highlands Twp, Haliburton County45°07′ 78°49′45°04′ 78°47′9
2The narrows between Kashagawigamog Lake and Soyers Lake, in Minden Hills Twp, Haliburton CountySoyers Lake to Kashagawigamog Lake45°01′ 78°37′9
44°59′ 78°36′
3That part of the narrows between Paudash Lake in the Municipality of Highlands East, Haliburton County, and Lower Paudash Lake, within 100 m of the McGillivray Road Bridge44°58′ 78°02′8
4The narrows between Little Boshkung Lake in Minden Hills Twp, and Boshkung Lake in Algonquin Highlands Twp, Haliburton County42°02′38″45°02′ 78°44′9
to
45°02′52″45°04′ 78°44′
and
78°43′19″
to
78°43′07″
5That part of the Gull River between the boundaires of Algonquin Highlands Twp and the united townships of Dysart, Dudley, Harcourt, Guilford, Harburn, Bruton, Havelock, Eyre and Clyde (45°02′ N 78°33′ W) and Maple Lake in Algonquin Highlands Twp (45°06′ N 78°40′ W), all within Haliburton County45°02′ 78°33′44°38′ 78°49′9
to
45°06′ 78°40′
6That part of the Gull River from the bridge on King’s Highway 35 in Minden Hills Twp, southerly to Gull Lake in Minden Hills Twp, all lying within Haliburton County44°56′ 78°43′44°38′ 78°49′16
to
45°51′ 78°47′
7That part of the Gull River from the outflow of Moore Lake in Minden Hills Twp, Haliburton County, southerly to the dam at Norland in the City of Kawartha Lakes44°48′ 78°48′44°38′ 78°49′16
to
44°43′ 78°49′
8That part of the Gull River between Beech Lake (45°05′ N 78°42′ W) and Boshkung Lake (45°04′ N 78°44′ W) in Algonquin Highlands Twp, Haliburton County44°38′ 78°49′9
Lindsay-Peterborough Area
1That part of the Gull River from the dam in the City of Kawartha Lakes to the entrance of Shadow Lake44°43′ 78°48′44°38′ 78°49′9
to
44°44′ 78°47′
2That part of the Gull River from Shadow Lake to Silver Lake, in the City of Kawartha Lakes44°41′45″44°38′ 78°49′9
78°47′50″
to
44°41′48″
78°47′50″
3That part of the Gull River from Silver Lake to Lot 41, Front Range, in the City of Kawartha Lakes44°40′07″44°38′ 78°49′9
78°47′42″
to
44°40′54″
78°47′42″
4That part of Big Bald Lake in Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Twp, Peterborough County, within the positions set out in column 244°34′46″ N44°34′ 78°23′9
78°22′35.5″ W
to
44°35′01″ N
78°22′15″ W
5That part of Pigeon Lake lying between an unnamed island and the north shore of Snake Island, a distance of approximately 150 m44°34′ 78°26′44°27′ 78°30′9
6That part of Deer Bay Creek north of Lower Buckhorn Lake, a distance of approximately 800 m, in Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Twp44°34′ 78°16′9
Lake Simcoe and Surrounding Area
1Pefferlaw Brook in the Town of Georgina, from its mouth to a point 800 m below the community of Pefferlaw44°20′ 79°13′44°20′ 79°13′9
to
44°19′30″
79°12′30″
2Black River in the Town of Georgina, from its mouth to the government dock at Sutton Dam44°19′30″44°19′ 79°21′9
79°21′00″
to
44°18′30″
79°21′00″
3The Jersey River in the Town of Georgina, from its mouth to the Jersey River at Don Mills Road44°13′30″44°14′ 79°28′9
79°28′30″
to
44°13′30″
79°28′00″
4That part of the canal sections south of Cook Bay in the Town of Georgina up to Ravenshoe Road44°12′ 79°29′44°15′ 79°31′9
to
44°11′30″
79°29′00″
Sudbury Area
1That part of Maskinonge Creek in St. Charles Twp lying between its mouth and the first bridge upstream from that mouth46°17′ 80°23′9
North Bay Area
1That part of the South River that is in Nipissing Twp lying between the west boundary of Lot 13, Concession 11, and the extension of the northwestern boundary of Concession B46°08′ 79°34′9
2That part of the La Vase River that is in the City of North Bay lying between Riverbend Road and Lake Nipissing46°14′ 79°26′9
3That part of the Sturgeon River, in the Municipality of West Nipissing lying between the Sunbeam Hotel-Motel and the Starlite Marina46°21′00″46°19′ 79°58′9
79°58′30″
Kenora Area
1That part of Lake of the Woods known as Portage Bay and Keewatin Bay north of the Highway 17 bridge49°46′ 94°33′9
2Laurensons Creek49°26′ 94°29′9
Dryden Area
1That part of the Wabigoon River between the Duke Street Bridge and the westerly projection of Ross Street in the City of Dryden, as described in column 249°46′17.5″ N50°15′ 93°56′9
92°50′50″ W
to
49°46′55″ N
92°50′30″ W
Kirkland Lake Area
1That part of Long Lake within the limits of the Municipality of Charlton and Dack, as described in column 247°48′37″ N47°50′16″9
79°59′54″ W80°09′53″
to
47°48′36″ N
80°00′10″ W
Pembroke Area
1That part of the Madawaska River in Lot 6, Concession 7, Madawaska Township, County of Renfrew, as described in column 245°23′03″ N45°27′ 76°21′8
77°37′37″ W
to
45°22′30″ N
77°37′37″ W

Note 1: This restriction applies to a vessel that is more than 45 m from shore.

Note 2: This restriction applies to a vessel that is within 45 m of the shore.

Note 3: This restriction applies to a vessel that is more than 30 m from shore.

Note 4: This restriction applies to a vessel that is within 30 m of the shore.

Note 5: This restriction applies to a vessel that is within 30 m of the shore or of a dock, pier, raft, floating platform or another vessel that is anchored, moored or under way, and does not apply to a vessel moving perpendicularly away from the shore while it is being used for water-skiing or kite flying while the water-skier or kite flyer is in the process of taking off.

Note 6: This restriction applies to a vessel that is within 30 m of the shore or a dock, pier, raft, floating platform, or another vessel that is anchored, moored or under way.

Note 7: This restriction applies to a vessel that is within 30 m of the shore, and does not apply to a vessel moving perpendicularly away from the shore while it is being used for water-skiing or kite flying while the water-skier or kite flyer is in the process of taking off.

PART 4Manitoba

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
1Netley Creek from its junction with the Red River, extending 800 m upstream50°17′ 96°52′9
2Paint Lake — in areas indicated by signs around the marina55°28′ 97°57′10
3Assiniboine RiverAssiniboine River49°51′58″sunrise to
97°20′18″sunset, 37
tosunset to
49°53′08″sunrise, 10
97°07′36″(see Note)
4Red RiverRed River49°57′45″sunrise to
97°04′13″sunset, 70
to(see Note)
49°44′14″sunset to
97°07′44″sunrise, 50
(see Note)

Note: Approach within 100 m of public docks, marinas, boat clubs, public boat launches at not more than 9 km/h

PART 5Nova Scotia

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionSpecific Location (Where Necessary)Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
1Tidnish River, upstream from Irwins Point45°59′ 64°03′15

PART 6Quebec

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
1Châteauguay River from point A at position 45°21′ 73°45′ to point B at position 45°23′ 73°45′Rivière Châteauguay45°21′ 73°45′13
45°23′ 73°45′
2Châteauguay River from point B at position 45°23′ 73°45′ to point C at position 45°23′ 73°46′Rivière Châteauguay45°23′ 73°45′13
45°23′ 73°46′
3Châteauguay River from point B at position 45°23′ 73°45′ to point D at position 45°24′ 73°45′Rivière Châteauguay45°23′ 73°45′13
45°24′ 73°45′
4Within 60 m of the shore of Masson LakeLac Masson46°03′ 74°02′6
5Within 60 m of the shore of North LakeBaie North46°03′ 74°02′6
6Within 60 m of the shore of Dupuis LakeLac Dupuis46°02′ 74°01′6
7Under the bridge between Dupuis Lake and Masson Lake and 120 m on either side of the bridge46°02′ 74°01′6
8Under the bridge between North Lake and Masson Lake and 120 m on either side of the bridge46°03′ 74°02′6
9Lake FrançoisLac François46°30′ 75°18′25
10Little Lake FrançoisPetit lac François46°29′ 75°19′25
11Elmina LakeLac Elmina46°28′ 75°27′25
12Du Bois Clair LakeLac du Bois Clair46°27′ 75°26′25
13Pilon LakeLac Pilon46°26′ 75°25′25
14Latreille LakeLac Latreille46°27′ 75°24′25
15Tomkin LakeLac Tomkin46°21′ 75°28′25
16Valiquette LakeLac Valiquette46°22′ 75°26′25
17Scattolin LakeLac Scattolin46°29′ 75°22′25
18Aqueduc LakeLac Aqueduc46°29′ 75°21′25
19Aux Quenouilles LakeLac aux Quenouilles46°28′ 75°21′25
20Lake HélèneLac Hélène46°28′ 75°20′25
21Brûlé LakeLac Brûlé46°28′ 75°19′25
22Bisson LakeLac Bisson46°29′ 75°18′25
23À la Truite LakeLac à la Truite46°26′ 75°19′25
24Des Coeurs LakeLac des Coeurs46°28′ 75°17′25
25Little Lake LyonPetit lac Lyon46°15′ 75°25′25
26Tinon LakeLac Tinon46°17′ 75°24′25
27Bénac LakeLac Bénac46°16′ 75°24′25
28Puant LakeLac Puant46°16′ 75°24′25
29Youville LakeLac Youville46°28′ 75°16′25
30Snyder LakeLac Snyder46°27′ 75°15′25
31Gaston LakeLac Gaston46°26′ 75°15′25
32Allet LakeLac Allet46°25′ 75°18′25
33Des Mauves LakeLac des Mauves46°25′ 75°18′25
34Deschamps LakeLac Deschamps46°24′ 75°17′25
35Iberville LakeLac Iberville46°23′ 75°16′25
36Wagon LakeLac Wagon46°25′ 75°14′25
37Sonis LakeLac Sonis46°25′ 75°14′25
38Steel LakeLac Steel46°23′ 75°15′25
39Du Diable LakeLac du Diable46°28′ 75°16′25
40Perdu LakeLac Perdu46°26′ 75°21′25
41Duffy LakeLac Duffy46°18′ 75°26′25
42Noir LakeLac Noir46°22′ 75°14′25
43Coulon LakeLac Coulon46°21′ 75°24′25
44Longeau LakeLac Longeau46°17′ 75°27′25
45Perras LakeLac Perras46°16′ 75°27′25
46Chef LakeLac Chef46°16′ 75°27′25
47Rolleau LakeLac Rolleau46°21′ 75°14′25
48Caché LakeLac Caché46°26′ 75°18′25
49Small Flood LakeLac Small Flood46°18′ 75°27′25
50Canard LakeLac Canard46°14′ 75°26′25
51Brochet LakeLac Brochet46°27′ 75°19′25
52À la Vase LakeLac à la Vase46°27′ 75°20′25
53Des Zouaves LakeLac des Zouaves46°23′ 75°14′25
54Guibort LakeLac Guibort46°21′ 75°14′25
55Hull LakeLac Hull46°20′ 75°14′25
56Fos LakeLac Fos46°20′ 75°15′25
57Gaucher LakeLac Gaucher46°20′ 75°27′25
58Mitchell LakeLac Mitchell46°20′ 75°25′25
59Little Du Chevreuil LakePetit lac du Chevreuil46°20′ 75°25′25
60Berneuil LakeLac Berneuil46°14′ 75°26′25
61Within a perimeter of 60 m from the shore of Charlebois LakeLac Charlebois46°05′ 74°03′6
62Charlebois LakeLac Charlebois46°05′ 74°03′60
63Poulin LakeLac Poulin46°06′ 70°49′65
64De l’Achigan LakeLac de l’Achigan45°56′ 74°58′67
65Des Seize Îles LakeLac des Seize Îles45°54′ 74°28′56 (between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.)
66Des Seize Îles LakeLac des Seize Îles45°54′ 74°28′40 (between 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m.)
67Des Seize Îles Lake, between a point at coordinates 45°55′ 74°28′ and Hawthorne Island at coordinates 45°55′ 74°28′Lac des Seize Îles45°54′ 74°28′8
68Within a perimeter of 23 m from the shore of Des Seize Îles LakeLac des Seize Îles45°54′ 74°28′8
69Des Seize Îles Lake, between Hawthorne Island at coordinates 45°55′ 74°28′ and Drinkell Island at coordinates 45°55′ 74°28′Lac des Seize Îles45°54′ 74°28′16
70Des Seize Îles Lake, in the channel between Sparling and Amsden Islands at coordinates 45°53′ 74°28′Lac des Seize Îles45°53′ 74°28′16
71Des Seize Îles Lake, in the channel between Cunningham and Myers Islands at coordinates 45°54′ 74°28′Lac des Seize Îles45°54′ 74°28′16
72Rivière Yamaska Centre between a point located at the mouth of the river at coordinates 45°16′ 72°30′ and a point upstream at coordinates 45°18′ 72°35′Rivière Yamaska Centre10
73Within a perimeter of 150 m from the shore of Lac Brome and Eagle IslandLac Brome45°15′ 72°30′10
74Lake Memphrémagog, in an area known as Verte Bay at coordinates 45°11′ 72°18′Lac Memphrémagog45°11′ 72°16′10
75Lake Memphrémagog, in the narrows of Fitch Bay, between a point at coordinates 45°05′ 72°13′ and a point at coordinates 45°06′ 72°11′La Passe45°08′ 72°16′10
76Magog River between a point located at the mouth of that river at coordinates 45°15′ 72°10′ and a point at coordinates 45°15′ 72°08′45°15′ 72°08′10
77Within a perimeter of 100 m from the shore of Lake Massawippi within the confines of North Hatley Village between a point at coordinates 45°16′ 72°00′ and a point at coordinates 45°16′ 71°59′Lac Massawippi45°13′ 72°00′10
78Lake Massawippi within the confines of North Hatley Village between a point at coordinates 45°16′ 72°00′ and a point at coordinates 45°16′ 71°59′Lac Massawippi45°13′ 72°00′70
79Massawippi River, between a point located at the mouth of that river at coordinates 45°17′ 71°59′ and a point upstream at coordinates 45°17′ 71°59′Rivière Massawippi5
80Saint-François Bay (see Note)Baie Saint-François45°15′ 74°09′15

Note: This restriction does not apply during the regattas held during the period beginning on July 1 and ending on July 15.

PART 7Saskatchewan

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
1That portion of the South Saskatchewan River between 52°07′14″ 106°40′17″ and 52°05′50″ 106°41′25″ and within 30 m of the east bank30
2That portion of the South Saskatchewan River east of the south boundary of that portion of Section 4, Township 35, Range 6, west of the 3rd Meridian of Saskatchewan lying west of the river to 52°05′50″ 106°41′25″30
3That portion of the South Saskatchewan River east of the boundary of Section 35, Township 38, Range 4, west of the 3rd Meridian to 52°08′33″ 106°38′13″30

SCHEDULE 6(Subsection 2(5), subparagraph 2(8)(b)(ii) and subsections 11(3) and 12(2))Waters on Which Power-driven Vessels and Vessels Driven by Electrical Propulsion Are Subject to a Speed Limit

PART 1British Columbia

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionGeneral Location (Where Necessary)Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
1Southern portion of Harrison Lake, as indicated by buoys and signsHarrison Hot Springs49°33′ 121°50′10
2Pender Canalchannel between North and South Pender Islands48°46′ 123°15′10
3Stump Lake, expansion of Stump Lake Creek, northeast of Nicola Lake, approximately 30 km south of KamloopsMerritt-Kamloops50°23′ 120°20′70
4Unnamed bay on the west side of James Island, locally known as the Gunkhole, located southeast of Sidney and northeast of Victoriawest side of James Island54°36′ 123°21′10
5That part of Osoyoos Lake known as Solana Bay, as indicated by buoys and signsOsoyoos49°02′ 119°27′10
6Parts of Green Lake as indicated by signsWhistler50°09′ 122°57′10
7Big Bar Lakenear Clinton51°19′ 121°48′10
8Nanaimo Harbour, within 150 m of any shore except that of Dodd NarrowsNanaimo49°10′ 123°54′10
9Widgeon SloughPitt Lake, east of Vancouver, north of Pitt Meadows49°21′ 122°39′5
10Hardy Bay (inner harbour)Port Hardy50°43′ 127°29′5
11Sicamous Narrowsbetween Shuswap and Mara Lakes50°50′ 118°59′5
12Grant NarrowsPitt Lake, east of Vancouver, north of Pitt Meadows49°21′ 122°37′10
13Eagle RiverSicamous50°51′ 119°00′5
14Bedford ChannelLangley City49°10′ 122°35′10
15Salmon River (Estuary to confluence with the White River)Sayward50°23′ 125°57′10
16Ganges HarbourSaltspring Island48°51′ 123°28′10
17That part of Okanagan Lake known as Lakeshore Boat Launch, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°50′ 119°29′10
18That part of Okanagan Lake known as Water Street Boat Launch, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°53′ 119°29′10
19Bedford Channel, from the northern tip of Bray Island (Tavistock Point) to the Glover Road crossing (Jacob Haldi Bridge)Langley City49°10′ 122°35′10
20Cowichan Lake, within 60 m from shoreLake Cowichan, Vancouver Island48°51′13″10
124°12′10″
21Cultus Lake, entrance to Main Beach, north of a line drawn from point A at coordinates 49°04′10″ 121°58′43.6″ to point B at coordinates 49°04′19.0″ 121°59′0.5″, as indicated by buoys and signs49°04′ 121°59′5
22False Creek east of a line drawn from Kitsilano Point at coordinates 49°16′39″ N 123°9′8″ W in a direction of 45° (True) to a point at coordinates 49°17′01″ N 123°08′34″ WFalse Creek49°16′ 123°08′10
23In Columbia Lake, that part of the channel connecting Columbia Lake to Mud Lake, from a point at coordinates 50°21′10″ N 115°52′47″ W to a line drawn between points at coordinates 50°18′02″ N 115°51′47″ W and 50°18′08″ N 115°50′49″ W, as indicated by signs, and within 100 m from the shore on the east side of the lake, between lines running in an east-west direction through points at coordinates 50°16′05″ N 115°51′16″ W and 50°12′39″ N 115°50′34″ W, as indicated by buoys and signs, and south of a line drawn between points at coordinates 50°10′44″ N 115°50′50″ W and 50°10′44″ N 115°48′54″ W, as indicated by buoys and signsColumbia Lake, south of Invermere50°15′ 115°50′10

PART 2Ontario

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionSpecific LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
Trent-Severn Waterway
1That part of the Murray Canal from Sherwood Point to Twelve O’Clock Point44°03′ 77°38′10
2That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway from a point above CPR bridge No. 3 to a point above Lock No. 1 (km 1.61–.74)44°28′04″ N10
78°14′02″ W
to 44°28′20″ N
78°14′51″ W
3That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway from a point below Lock No. 3 to a point below Lock No. 4 (km 6.28–7.40)44°31′44″ N10
78°43′19″ W
to 44°32′14″ N
78°44′43″ W
4That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway from a point below Lock No. 6 to the emergency gate below Sill Island (km 11.75–13.04)44°49′14″ N10
79°23′33″ W
to 44°49′33″ N
79°24′04″ W
5That part of the Trent River from Danger Narrows to a point above Lock No. 7 (km 20.76–23.01)44°06′ 77°34′10
6That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway from a point below Lock No. 8 to a point above Lock No. 9 (km 40.72–42.33)44°14′08″ N10
77°46′56″ W
to 44°14′53″ N
77°48′00″ W
7That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway from a point below Lock No. 10 to Meyers Island (km 45.06–46.35)44°16′03″ N10
77°47′39″ W
to 44°16′41″ N
77°47′46″ W
8That part of the Trent River from a point below Lock No. 11/12 to the dam above Lock No. 13 (km 47.96–52.46)44°06′ 77°34′10
9That part of the Trent River from Coles Point to a point above Lock No. 16/17 (km 57.78–58.90)44°06′ 77°34′10
10That part of the Trent River known as Northumberland Narrows, between Burnt Point Bay and Seymore Lake (km 62.44–63.09)44°24′ 77°49′10
11That part of the Trent River from the northern tip of Graham Island at spar buoy T322 to Highway 30 bridge, crossing the river (km 68.56–70.01)44°06′ 77°34′10
12That part of the Trent River above Preston Island to the railway bridge above Lock No. 18 (km 81.27–82.88)44°06′ 77°34′10
13That part of Rice Lake in the vicinity of Margaret Island (km 94.31–95.11)44°12′ 78°10′10
14That part of the Otonabee River from Bridge No. 21A (Peterborough Bypass) to a point below Lock No. 19 (km 140.50–142.75)44°09′ 78°14′10
15That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway in the vicinity of Lock No. 20 (km 144.20–147.42)44°17′56″ N10
78°18′16″ W
to 44°19′43″ N
78°18′15″ W
16That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway in the vicinity of Nassau (km 149.67–150.31)44°20′49″ N10
78°17′42″ W
to 44°21′11″ N
78°17′34″ W
17That part of the Otonabee River from the approach wall above Lock No. 24 to the lower approach wall at Lock No. 25 (km 155.15–156.49)44°09′ 78°14′10
18That part of the Otonabee River from a point below Lock No. 26 to Haig Point (km 158.84–160.77)44°09′ 78°14′10
19That part of Katchewanooka Lake in the vicinity of Second Island and the mainland (km 161.74–162.22)44°27′ 78°16′10
20That part of Katchewanooka Lake in the vicinity of Douglas Island (km 165.60–165.92)44°27′ 78°16′10
21That part of Katchewanooka Lake in the vicinity of Polly Island (km 167.21–167.37)44°27′ 78°16′10
22That part of Clear Lake in the vicinity of Young′s Point (km 168.18–168.66)44°30′ 78°12′10
23That part of the main channel of the Trent-Severn Waterway in the vicinity of Hells Gate channel, from an unnamed island near buoy C178 to the tip of Hitchins Island (km 176.46–177.74)44°32′ 78°09′10
24That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway from the approach wall above Lock No. 28 to Scow Rock (km 181.85–183.05)44°33′33″ N44°33′ 78°13′10
78°12′31″ W
to 44°33′19″ N
78°13′17″ W
25That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway from Starboard Daybeacon C278 near Johnsons Point on Lower Buckhorn Lake to the lower approach wall at Lock No. 31 (km 192.71–194.35)44°33′30.1″ N44°33′ 78°20′10
78°19′43.6″ W
to 44°33′21″ N
78°20′45.1″ W
26That part of Chemong Lake that is within 224 m of either side of the causeway bridge at Bridgenorth, located as described in column 244°23′17″ N44°24′ 78°23′10
78°23′10″ W
to 44°23′01″ N
78°23′15″ W
27That part of Buckhorn Lake at Gannon Narrows (km 208.98–210.43)44°29′ 78°23′10
28That part of Big Bob Channel from North River Point at Bobcaygeon to a point above Cottage Point at Bobcaygeon (km 221.12–224.02)44°32′ 78°32′10
29That part of the Scugog River, in the vicinity of Lindsay, from the old railway bridge abutment at buoy CP68 to the Highway 7 and Highway 35 bridge (km 248.54–255.89)44°24′ 78°45′10
30That part of the Fenelon River from Sturgeon Lake to Cameron Lake (km 245.58–247.52)44°32′ 78°44′10
31That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway from Cameron Lake to Balsam Lake (km 252.02–254.76)44°34′08″ N10
78°46′05″ W
to 44°34′24″ N
78°47′53″ W
32That part of the Gull River from the bridge on Highway 35 at Coboconk southwesterly to the narrows of that river, a distance of approximately 2 km44°38′ 78°49′10
33That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway from Balsam Lake to Canal Lake (km 263.29–273.43)44°34′37″ N10
78°53′37″ W
to 44°35′09″ N
79°00′04″ W
34That part of the Talbot River from Canal Lake to Lake Simcoe (km 281.47– 293.22)44°28′ 79°10′10
35That part of the Holland River from its confluence with the Holland River East Branch to a point approximately 400 m upstream, located as described in column 244°09′56″ N44°12′ 79°31′10
79°31′00″ W
36That part of the Holland River East Branch from its confluence with the Holland River to the Queensville Side Road at River Drive Park, as set out in column 244°09′56″ N44°10′ 79°31′10
79°31′00″ W
to 44°07′36″ N
79°30′18″ W
37That part of the Holland River from Highway 11 downstream approximately 1 800 m, located as set out in column 244°06′47″ N44°12′ 79°31′10
79°32′47″ W
38That part of Lake Simcoe, in the vicinity of Atherley Narrows, from a point adjacent to the Orchard Point public wharf to a point halfway between buoy S308 and buoy S310 (km 317.53–318.60)44°25′ 79°20′10
39That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway from Lake Couchiching to Sparrow Lake (km 334.74–344.40)44°44′36″ N10
79°20′25″ W
to 44°48′01″ N
79°23′34″ W
40That part of Sparrow Lake in the vicinity of Grand View Point (km 346.97–347.62)44°47′ 79°24′10
41That part of the Severn River in the vicinity of First Cut, also called Sparrow Lake Chute (km 352.93–353.41)44°48′ 79°43′10
42That part of the Severn River in the vicinity of Second Cut, also called McDonald’s Cut (km 355.99–356.47)44°48′ 79°43′10
43That part of the Severn River in the vicinity of Hydro Glen (km 357.31–358.40)44°48′ 79°43′10
44That part of the Severn River in the vicinity of Severn Falls (km 366.29–366.93)44°48′ 79°43′10
45That part of the Severn River from the charted location of starboard buoy S106 to the upper approach wall at the Big Chute marine railway (km 373.00–374.06)44°48′ 79°43′10
46That part of the Severn River in the vicinity of Little Chute (km 375.46–376.58)44°48′ 79°43′10
47That part of Gloucester Pool between Deer Island and Porcupine Island, as set out in column 244°51′16″ N44°51′ 79°42′10
79°41′33″ W
to 44°51′30″ N
79°41′21″ W
48That part of Gloucester Pool called The Narrows (km 383.51–384.15)44°49′ 79°42′10
49That part of the Trent-Severn Waterway from the vicinity of Calf Island on Little Lake to the Highway 69 bridge below Lock No. 45 (km 386.24–387.44)44°48′40″ N10
79°43′12″ W
to 44°47′01″ N
79°43′22″ W
50That part of the Holland River that begins 90 m upstream of and ends 90 m downstream of Halfway Haven Marina, as set out in column 244°09′00″ N44°12′ 79°31′10
79°31′53″ W
51That part of Stony Lake in the vicinity of Juniper Island and Big Otter Island, contained within the positions as indicated by buoys or signs, located as set out in column 244°32′59″ N44°33′10
78°09′01″ W78°06′
44°32′57″ N
78°08′46″ W
44°32′47″ N
78°08′55″ W
44°32′45″ N
78°08′59″ W
44°32′54″ N
78°09′12″ W
Kingston-Cornwall Area
1That part of Bobs Lake being the 100 m channel between Green Bay and the main body of Bobs Lake, located as set out in column 244°40′16″ N44°41′ 76°35′10
76°35′39″ W
2That part of Bobs Lake being the 10 m channel between Crow Bay and the main body of Bobs Lake, located as set out in column 244°40′27″ N44°41′ 76°35′10
76°36′20″ W
3The 20 m channel between Crow Lake and Crow Bay of Bobs Lake, located as set out in column 244°40′45″ N44°42′ 76°35′10
76°37′02″ W44°41′ 76°37′
4That part of Bobs Lake being the 200 m channel between Buck Bay and the main body of Bobs Lake, located as set out in column 244°38′28″ N44°41′ 76°35′10
76°37′34″ W
5That part of Little Silver Lake from the boat launch at the south end of the south arm of the lake to the narrows at the island at the north end of the south arm of the lake, all within the coordinates set out in column 244°47′24″ N44°48′ 76°30′10
76°30′16″ W
to 44°48′22″ N
76°29′50″ W
6That part of the St. Lawrence River known as the Bateau Channel commencing at a line between Grog Island light at 44°18′14.5″ N 76°14′58″ W and Cooks Point at 44°17′58″ N 76°15′09″ W, thence westerly for approximately 1.4 km to a line between the north shore of the channel at 44°18′18.5″ N 76°16′04″ W and the south shore of the channel at 44°18′7.5″ N 76°16′04″ W44°17′ 76°16′10
Georgian Bay Area
1Snug Harbour, Carling Twp, Parry Sound District45°22′ 80°18′10
2That part of Hangdog Channel from the northwest corner of Island 104 southeasterly a distance of approximately 500 m, located as set out in column 244°56′54″ N44°56′ 79°55′10
79°55′54″ W
to 44°56′30″ N
79°55′44″ W
3That part of Georgian Bay known as the South Channel, between Parry Island and Rose Point, extending northeasterly 130 m and southwesterly 120 m from the centre line of the Wasauksing swing bridge45°18′08″ N45°19′ 80°02′5
80°02′06″ W
to 45°19′00″ N
80°02′08″ W
Kenora Area
1Golf Course Bay in the City of Kenora, Kenora District49°45′00″ N49°45′ 94°29′10
94°28′40″ W
Pembroke Area
1Virgin Lake (formerly Dempseys Lake), Greater Madawaska Twp45°16′06″ N45°16′ 76°40′10
76°39′30″ W
2That part of the Madawaska River from its confluence with the Ottawa River upstream to the Ontario Hydro Dam, all within the Town of Arnprior as described in column 245°26′08″ N45°27′ 76°21′10
76°21′05″ W
to 45°26′32″ N
76°21′00″ W
3White Lake in Lanark Highlands Twp and the Town of Mississippi Mills, Lanark County, and in Greater Madawaska Twp and McNab/Braeside Twp, Renfrew County45°18′ 76°31′70
4That part of the Bonnechere River upstream from Golden Lake for a distance of 250 m, in North Algoma Wilberforce Twp, Renfrew County, as set out in column 245°36′06″ N45°31′ 76°33′10
77°23′16″ W
to 45°36′13″ N
77°23′02″ W
5That part of the Bonnechere River from Round Lake to the Bailey bridge east of the Tramore Dam in the Twp of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards, located as set out in Column 245°37′30″ N45°31′ 76°33′10
77°28′14″ W
to 45°37′23″ N
77°27′10″ W
Thunder Bay Area
1That part of the Kaministiquia River in the City of Thunder Bay from the 20th Side Road downstream to the western boundary of Lot 14, Concession 1, S.K.R., located as set out in column 248°20′58″ N48°24′ 89°13′10
89°21′35″ W
to 48°21′02″ N
89°19′58″ W
2That part of the Nipigon River that is Water Lot location TW 152 and that is opposite Lots 12 and 13, Concession 1, Nipigon Twp, Thunder Bay District and that is known locally as Nipigon Harbour48°57′ 88°14′10
Haliburton Area
1That part of the Head River between Head Lake and Fishog Lake, City of Kawartha Lakes, located as set out in column 244°45′30″ N44°44′ 79°15′10
78°54′00″ W
to 44°46′30″ N
78°53′10″ W
2That part of the Redstone River between Little Redstone Lake and Redstone Lake, in the united townships of Dysart, Dudley, Harcourt, Guilford, Harburn, Bruton, Havelock, Eyre and Clyde, Haliburton County, located as set out in column 245°13′20″ N45°07′ 78°38′10
78°33′30″ W
to 45°13′15″ N
78°33′00″ W
3That part of the Redstone River between Pelaw Lake and Little Redstone Lake, in the united townships of Dysart, Dudley, Harcourt, Guilford, Harburn, Bruton, Havelock, Eyre and Clyde, Haliburton County, located as set out in column 245°13′00″ N45°07′ 78°38′10
78°33′30″ W
to 45°13′20″ N
78°33′00″ W
4The expansion of Horseshoe Lake, known locally as Mirror Lake, Minden Hills Twp, Haliburton County44°59′ 78°41′10
5That part of the Kennisis River that flows through Lots 16 and 17 in Concessions 7 and 8, Algonquin Highlands Twp, Haliburton County45°07′ 78°44′10
Toronto Area
1That part of Whitby Harbour within the area bounded by the buoys located at the coordinates set out in column 243°50′58″ N43°52′ 78°56′10
78°55′40″ W
to 43°50′57″ N
78°55′37″ W
2That part of Carruthers Creek, in the Town of Ajax, from Shoal Point Road Bridge south to Lake Ontario43°51′ 79°02′10
3That part of Duffins Creek, in the Town of Ajax, from the John Mills Bridge at Bayly Street West south to Lake Ontario43°48′ 79°02′10
4Frenchman’s Bay, in the City of Pickering43°49′ 79°05′10
5That part of the Credit River in the City of Mississauga, known as Port Credit Harbour, lying between the mouth of that river and the Queen Elizabeth Way44°33′ N44°33′ 79°35′10
79°35′ W to
43°33′ N
79°36′ W
Chatham Area
1That part of the Detroit River from the most northeastern point of Fighting Island, thence eastward approximately 600 m to the westerly shore of the Township of LaSalle (Concession 1, Part of Lot 34), thence southward along the Township of LaSalle shoreline approximately 6 000 m to the most southern boundary of Concession 1, Part of Lot 3, thence westward across the waters of the Detroit River approximately 1 000 m to the most southeastern point of Fighting Island, thence northward along the Fighting Island eastern shoreline approximately 2 200 m, thence eastward across the waters of the Detroit River approximately 600 m to the most southwestern point of Grass Island, thence northward along the western shore of Grass Island a distance of approximately 1 900 m to its most northwestern point, thence westward across the waters of the Detroit River to the eastern shore of Fighting Island, thence northward approximately 1 900 m along the eastern shore of Fighting Island to the point of origin, all lying within th42°14′37″ N42°03′ 83°09′10
83°06′50″ W
to 42°11′25″ N
83°06′53″ W
2That part of the Ausable River from the mouth of the harbour to the south boundary of the Village of Grand Bend43°19′00″ N43°18′ 81°45′10
81°46′38″ W
to 43°18′00″ N
81°44′30″ W
3That part of Port Dalhousie harbour, from the outer lighthouse south to a line drawn from the “all vessels prohibited” sign located 24 m north of the Heywood Generating Station on the west side of the harbour to the “all vessels prohibited” sign located on the east side of the harbour 70 m north of the control structure dam43°12′34.5″43°12′ 79°15′10
79°15′50″ to
43°11′55″
79°15′53″ to
43°11′55″
79°15′51″
4That part of the Ausable River from the mouth of the river at Lake Huron, through Port Franks, to a point 250 m east of the Port Franks Conservation Area boat launch43°14′03″43°14′ 81°54′10
81°54′17″ to
43°14′00″
81°53′10″
5That part of Promenade Launch Basin in the City of Mississauga from a line drawn between the signs at the mouth of the basin, located on the east and west headlands at the coordinates set out in column 243°33.79′ N43°33′10
79°33.61′ W to79°33′
43°33.95′ N
79°33.74′ W
6That part of Lakefront Promenade Basin/harbour in the City of Mississauga, from a line drawn between the signs at the mouth of the harbour, located on the north and south break walls at the coordinates set out in column 243°33.80′ N49°33′10
79°33.36′ W to79°33′
43°34.03′ N
79°33.31′ W
Rideau Canal Area
1That part of the Rideau Canal from the upstream side of the Plaza Bridge near the Ottawa Locks to the downstream entrance to the Hogs Back Locks (km 0.35–8.45)45°25′26″ N44°53′ 76°00′10
75°41′38″ W
to 45°22′16″ N
75°42′02″ W
2That part of the Rideau Canal between Hogs Back and Black Rapids, including Mooneys Bay, located as set out in column 245°22′12″ N44°53′ 76°00′10
75°41′57″ W
to 45°20′54″ N
75°41′59″ W
3That part of the Rideau Canal immediately upstream and downstream of the Manotick Bridge (km 25.35–26.28)44°53′ 76°00′10
4That part of the Rideau Canal in the vicinity of a marina south of Collins Point, City of Ottawa (km 30.6–30.4), located as set out in column 245°12′10″ N44°53′ 76°00′10
75°38′45″ W
to 45°12′08″ N
75°38′33″ W
5That part of the Rideau Canal immediately upstream of “The Catchall” in the Rideau River to the downstream entrance to the Burritts Rapids Lock (km 59.06– 62.65)45°00′16.5″ N44°53′ 76°00′10
75°45′17.5″ W
to 44°58′57″ N
75°47′08″ W
6That part of the Rideau Canal from the upstream entrance to the Burritts Rapids Lock to immediately upstream of Burritts Rapids Island (km 62.65–64.78)44°53′ 76°00′10
7That part of the Rideau Canal between Lower Nicholsons Lock (No. 18) and the approach channel above Upper Nicholsons Lock (No. 19) (km 67.32–68.11)44°53′ 76°00′10
8That part of the Rideau Canal cut upstream of the Merrickville Locks (km 71.86–72.61)44°53′ 76°00′10
9That part of the Rideau Canal cut upstream of the Kilmarnock Lock (km 84.81–85.30)44°53′ 76°00′10
10That part of the Rideau Canal cut above Edmonds Lock (km 90.44–90.64)44°53′ 76°00′10
11That part of the Rideau Canal beginning near the downstream entrance to Old Slys Lock to the CNR bascule bridge immediately above the upstream entrance to the Smiths Falls Detached Lock (km 90.77–95.06)44°53′ 76°00′10
12That part of the Rideau Canal consisting of the cut at the Poonamalie Lock (km 97.45–99.17)44°53′ 76°00′10
13That part of the Tay Canal between the upstream and the downstream entrances to the canal cut at the Beveridges Locks (km 105.73–107.99)44°53′ 76°08′10
14That part of the Tay Canal from immediately downstream of the Craig Street Bridge to the upstream end of the canal basin at Gore Street in the Town of Perth (km 114.96–115.74)44°53′ 76°08′10
15That part of Big Rideau Lake in the vicinity of Rideau Ferry bounded by lines drawn parallel to the Rideau Ferry Bridge at a distance of 535 m downstream and 650 m upstream from the centre line of that bridge44°51′00″ N44°51′ 76°09′10
76°08′09″ W
to 44°50′39″ N
76°08′50″ W
16That part of Big Rideau Lake at the approaches to Adams Lake (Lot 3, Concession 5, Tay Valley Twp, Lanark County) from a line drawn from headland to headland at the channel entrance from Big Rideau Lake, thence northwestward to the beginning of Adams Lake, a distance of 300 m44°48′23″ N44°46′ 76°13′10
76°12′07″ W
to 44°48′39″ N
76°12′22″ W
17That part of Big Rideau Lake at the entrance to Hoggs Bay on Rideau Lake, from a line drawn in a southwesterly direction from the southerly tip of Island No. 228 to the mainland at the boat launching ramp in Murphys Point Provincial Park44°46′41″ N44°46′ 76°13′10
76°13′03″ W
to 44°46′48″ N
76°13′03″ W
18That part of Big Rideau Lake between the north and south ends of Fancy Free Island44°44′57″ N44°46′ 76°13′10
76°12′45″ W
to 44°44′37″ N
76°12′43″ W
19That part of Big Rideau Lake, south of Colonel By Island, formerly known as Livingstone Island and adjacent to Long Island, contained within the coordinates set out in column 244°44′04″ N44°46′ 76°13′10
76°13′28″ W
to 44°43′47″ N
76°13′28″ W
to 44°44′01″ N
76°12′52″ W
to 44°44′25″ N
76°12′56″ W
20That part of Big Rideau Lake at Portland harbour and Mill Bay lying within an area enclosed by the shoreline and a line drawn from Amis Point to the south end of Sheep Island and from Sheep Island to the mainland at Mill Bay, located as set out in column 244°20′02″ N44°42′ 76°11′10
76°11′39″ W
to 44°42′13″ N
76°11′21″ W
21That part of Big Rideau Lake from a line drawn from headland to headland at the entrance to Muskrat Hole extending 100 m into Big Rideau Lake44°43′56″ N44°46′ 76°13′10
76°14′58″ W
to 44°43′50″ N
76°15′05″ W
22Muskrat Hole44°44′ 76°15′5
23That part of the Rideau Canal side channel to Westport, in the vicinity of the public wharf in the Village of Westport (km 137.0–137.32)44°53′ 76°00′10
24That part of the Rideau Canal consisting of the canal cut at the Newboro Locks (km 133.90–136.38)44°53′ 76°00′10
25That part of the Rideau Canal from the north end of Goat Island to the south entrance to the Elbow Channel (km 140.42–140.93)44°53′ 76°00′10
26That part of the Rideau Canal from a point off the northeast end of Scott Island to a point off the southwest end of Scott Island at the isthmus (km 141.93–142.27)44°53′ 76°00′10
27That part of the Rideau Canal from the north end of Rocky Island in Indian Lake to the downstream entrance to the canal cut at Chaffeys Locks (km 143.79–145.32)44°53′ 76°00′10
28That part of the Rideau Canal from Freed Island in Sand Lake to a point between Hog Island and Goose Island in Whitefish Lake (km 153.88–156.59)44°53′ 76°00′10
29That part of the Rideau Canal in Little Cranberry Lake from the upstream entrance to Murphys Narrows to Haskins Point (km 159.94–162.75)44°28′ 76°15′10
30That part of the Rideau Canal side channel to Seeleys Bay between the junction of the main channel and the branch channel to the public wharf at Seeleys Bay (km 162.35–163.40)44°29′04″ N44°53′ 76°00′10
76°14′43″ W
to 44°28′44″ N
76°14′17″ W
31That part of the Cataraqui River from “The Round Tail” at the southern exit from Cranberry Lake to the northern entrance to the Styx River (km 170.91–188.13)44°14′ 76°28′10
32That part of the Cataraqui River from Charon Point to Harriet Point (km 187.33–188.13)44°14′ 76°28′10
33That part of the Cataraqui River from the downstream entrance to the Kingston Mills Lock to the downstream side of the piers of the high-level bridge at Highway 401 (km 191.53–192.41)44°14′ 76°28′10
Lindsay-Peterborough Area
1That part of the Burnt River from Lot 11, Concessions 6 and 7, to the entrance to Goose Lake, Lot 24, Concession 1, all lying within the City of Kawartha Lakes44°41′ N44°35′ 78°46′10
78°42′ W to
44°35′ N
78°46′ W
2Catchacoma Lake, except for that part of Catchacoma Lake lying between the mainland and the easterly side of McGee Island, Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Twp, Peterborough County44°45′ 78°19′70
3Mississagua Lake in Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Twp, except for that part known as Catchacoma Narrows, in Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Twp, Peterborough County44°42′ 78°19′70
4Beaver Lake in Cavendish and Anstruther Twps, Peterborough County44°44′ 78°17′70
5Gold Lake in Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Twp and North Kawartha Twp, except that part known as Cavendish Narrows, in Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Twp, Peterborough County44°43′ 78°17′70
6Cavendish Lake in  Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Twp, Peterborough County44°44′ 78°17′70
7Catchacoma Narrows, Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Twp, Peterborough County44°43′ 78°18′10
8The narrows between Beaver Lake and Catchacoma Lake, known locally as McGinnis Lake, Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Twp, Peterborough CountyBeaver Lake44°44′ 78°17′10
and
Catchacoma Lake44°45′ 78°19′
9That part of Beaver Creek within the Municipality of Marmora and Lake, Hastings County, from the mouth of the creek at the Crowe River, upstream to Fidlar Rapids as set out in column 244°29′43″44°30′ 77°42′10
77°42′10″ toto
44°31′30″44°32′ 77°42′
77°42′02″
10That part of the Crowe River within the Municipality of Marmora and Lake, Hastings County, from the lot line between Lots 11 and 12, Concession 3, upstream and into Crowe Lake to a line drawn northeastward where the lake widens to 100 m, drawn from a point at coordinates 44°30′18″ 77°42′42″ and a point at coordinates 44°30′15″ 77°42′40″44°30′10″44°29′ 77°44′10
77°42′38″ to
44°30′11″
77°42′34″ to
44°30′15″
77°42′42″ to
44°30′18″
77°42′40″
11That part of Chandos Lake known as Gilmour Bay Narrows44°47.23′44°47′ 78°57′10
77°57.54′ to
44°47.66′
77°57.40′
12That part of Stoney Lake, north of Boshing Narrows, from the mainland to and including the navigation channel between points as set out in column 244°33.56′44°33′ 78°07′10
78°07.13 ′to
44°33.80′
78°06.70′
13That part of Jack Lake known as Jack Lake Narrows44°41.82′44°41′ 78°01′10
78°01.22′ to
44°41.58′
78°01.51′
Muskoka-Parry Sound Area
1That part of the North Branch Muskoka River from Bracebridge Falls to its confluence with the South Branch Muskoka River45°02′ 79°19′5
2The Muskoka River from its confluence with the North Branch Muskoka River and the South Branch Muskoka River to the mouth of the river at Lake Muskoka45°01′ 79°23′10
3Moot Lake, in the Township of Lake of Bays, Muskoka District45°09′ 79°10′10
London Area
1That part of the Thames River that is within the limits of the City of London (see Note)42°19′ 82°27′10
2That part of the North Thames River that is within the limits of the City of London (see Note)42°59′ 81°15′10
Niagara-Simcoe Area
1That part of Big Creek in Norfolk County from the mouth of the creek at Long Point Bay in Norfolk County upstream to the creek’s second intersection with Highway 59 in Lot 12, Concession 7, Norfolk County located as set out in column 242°35′45″ N42°36′ 80°27′5
80°27′13″ W
to 42°41′22″ N
80°32′46″ W
2That part of Twenty Mile Creek in the Town of Lincoln from a point approximately 90 m south of the metal railway bridge, thence south along the east channel to the 21st Street bridge43°09′52″43°10′ 79°22′5
79°21′14″ to
43°09′07″
79°21′44″
Lake Simcoe and Surrounding Area
1That part of Lake Simcoe from the outer end of the breakwater at the development known as Lagoon City up to and including all the man-made canals in that development located in Lots 14 and 15, Concessions 4 and 5, Corporation of the Township of Ramara, Simcoe County44°25′ 79°20′10
2That part of the Severn River known locally as the East Branch of the Severn River (and also known as the Green River) from the most southern CNR bridge near Lake Couchiching downstream to the confluence with the main flow of the Severn River that forms the municipal boundary, all lying within the Corporation of the Township of Ramara as set out in column 244°44′17.5″ N44°48′ 79°43′10
79°20′04.5″ W
to
44°45′15.6″ N
79°19′07.4″ W
3That part of the Black River from the Switch Road bridge downstream to the confluence with the Severn River, lying within the Corporation of the Township of Ramara as set out in column 244°43′35″ N44°42′ 79°19′10
79°18′34.4″ W
to
44°45′09.1″ N
79°18′43.5″ W
4That part of an unnamed creek known locally as Murphy Creek from the mouth of the creek at Lake Simcoe to the Muley Point Road crossing44°34′53″44°35′ 79°18′10
79°18′46″ to
44°35′25″
79°18′06″
5That part of Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, adjacent to the Tiffin Street boat launch, between the shore and a line drawn from a point at coordinates 44°22′31.08″ N 79°41′06.72″ W to 44°22′42.96″ N 79°41′15.36″ W44°23′24″ N10
79°36′21″ W

Note: This restriction does not apply to special events such as water-ski competitions that are endorsed or sanctioned by the City of London.

PART 3Quebec

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Répertoire toponymique du Québec or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Répertoire toponymique du Québec Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
1Des Sables Lake outside the zones described in items 2 to 4Lac des Sables46°02′ 74°18′55
2Within 30.5 m of the shore of Des Sables LakeLac des Sables46°02′ 74°18′5
3Major Bay of Des Sables LakeLac des Sables46°02′ 74°17′5
4Centre-Ville Bay of Des Sables LakeLac des Sables46°02′ 74°17′5
5Archambault Lake outside the zone described in item 27Lac Archambault46°19′ 74°15′55
6Baribeau Lake outside the zone described in item 28Lac Baribeau46°21′ 74°10′55
7Beauchamp Lake outside the zone described in item 29Lac Beauchamp46°18′ 74°12′55
8Bouillon Lake outside the zone described in item 30Lac Bouillon46°16′ 74°11′55
9La Clef Lake outside the zone described in item 31Lac la Clef46°23′ 74°13′55
10Croche LakeLac Croche46°21′ 74°06′55
11Des Aulnes Lake (Isidore and Garon) outside the zone described in item 32Lac des Aulnes46°22′ 74°11′55
12Léon Lake outside the zone described in item 33Lac Léon46°22′ 74°16′55
13Major Lake outside the zone described in item 34Lac Major46°21′ 74°12′55
14De la Montagne Noire Lake outside the zone described in item 35Lac de la Montagne Noire46°12′ 74°16′55
15Ouareau Lake outside the zone described in item 36Lac Ouareau46°17′ 74°09′55
16Du Pimbina LakeLac du Pimbina46°23′ 74°14′55
17Perreault Lake outside the zone described in item 37Lac Perreault46°20′ 74°07′55
18Provost LakeLac Provost46°24′ 74°16′55
19Raquette Lake outside the zone described in item 38Lac Raquette46°15′ 74°20′55
20Rochemaure Lake outside the zone described in item 39Lac Rochemaure46°22′ 74°10′55
21Saint-Onge Lake outside the zone described in item 40Lac Saint-Onge46°22′ 74°08′55
22Sombre Lake outside the zone described in item 41Lac Sombre46°20′ 74°05′55
23Sylvère Lake outside the zone described in item 42Lac Sylvère46°21′ 74°04′55
24Saint-Michel River (Michel) outside the zone described in item 43Rivière Saint‑Michel (Michel)46°18′ 74°16′55
25Noir Creek outside the zone described in item 44Ruisseau Noir46°23′ 74°16′55
26Du Pimbina Creek outside the zone described in item 45Ruisseau du Pimbina46°21′ 74°14′55
27Within 100 m of the shore of Archambault LakeLac Archambault46°19′ 74°15′10
28Within 100 m of the shore of Baribeau LakeLac Baribeau46°21′ 74°10′10
29Within 100 m of the shore of Beauchamp LakeLac Beauchamp46°18′ 74°12′10
30Within 100 m of the shore of Bouillon LakeLac Bouillon46°16′ 74°11′10
31Within 100 m of the shore of La Clef LakeLac la Clef46°23′ 74°13′10
32Within 100 m of the shore of Des Aulnes Lake (Isidore and Garon)Lac des Aulnes46°22′ 74°11′10
33Within 100 m of the shore of Léon LakeLac Léon46°22′ 74°16′10
34Within 100 m of the shore of Major LakeLac Major46°21′ 74°12′10
35Within 100 m of the shore of De la Montagne Noire LakeLac de la Montagne Noire46°12′ 74°16′10
36Within 100 m of the shore of Ouareau LakeLac Ouareau46°17′ 74°09′10
37Within 100 m of the shore of Perreault LakeLac Perreault46°20′ 74°07′10
38Within 100 m of the shore of Raquette LakeLac Raquette46°15′ 74°20′10
39Within 100 m of the shore of Rochemaure LakeLac Rochemaure46°22′ 74°10′10
40Within 100 m of the shore of Saint-Onge LakeLac Saint-Onge46°22′ 74°08′10
41Within 100 m of the shore of Sombre LakeLac Sombre46°20′ 74°05′10
42Within 100 m of the shore of Sylvère LakeLac Sylvère46°21′ 74°04′10
43Within 100 m of the shore of the Saint-Michel River (Michel)Rivière Saint‑Michel (Michel)46°18′ 74°16′10
44Within 100 m of the shore of Noir CreekRuisseau Noir46°23′ 74°16′10
45Within 100 m of the shore of Du Pimbina CreekRuisseau du Pimbina46°21′ 74°14′10
46Du Château Bay of Archambault LakeLac Archambault46°19′ 74°15′10
47Blanc Lake outside the zone described in item 48Lac Blanc46°20′ 74°13′55
48Within 50 m of the shore of Blanc LakeLac Blanc46°20′ 74°13′10
49Pimodan LakeLac Pimodan46°23′ 75°18′25
50Manitou Lake outside the zones described in items 51 to 53Lac Manitou46°54′ 74°22′55
51Within 23 m of the shore of Manitou LakeLac Manitou46°54′ 74°22′10
52Manitou Lake between Nord Bay and Adams PointLac Manitou46°54′ 74°22′10
53Manitou Lake in the channels of the island locally known as McCall IslandLac Manitou46°54′ 74°22′10
54Bleu LakeLac Bleu Inc.45°53′ 73°59′40
55Bowker Lake outside the zones described in items 56 and 57Lac Bowker45°25′ 72°13′55
56Within the bay of Bowker LakeLac Bowker45°25′ 72°13′10
57Within 75 m of the shore of Bowker LakeLac Bowker46°25′ 72°13′10
58Des Écorces Lake outside the zone described in item 59Lac des Écorces46°00′ 74°32′55
59Within 23 m of the shore of Des Écorces LakeLac des Écorces46°00′ 72°32′5
60L’Assomption River between point A at coordinates 46°01′ 73°27′ and point B at coordinates 46°03′ 73°28′Rivière L’Assomption46°01′ 73°27′25
46°03′ 73°28′
61Lake McGregor including Mud Bay, Courville Bay, and Martin BayLac McGregor45°38′ 75°39′70
62Massawippi Lake outside the zone described in item 63Lac Massawippi45°13′ 72°00′70
63Within 100 m of the shore of Massawippi LakeLac Massawippi45°13′ 72°00′10
64Tomifobia River between point A at coordinates 45°11′ 72°02′ and point B at coordinates 45°10′ 72°02′Rivière Tomifobia45°11′ 72°02′5
45°10′ 72°02′
65Massawippi River between point A at coordinates 45°17′ 71°58′ and point B at coordinates 45°18′ 72°55′Rivière Massawippi45°17′ 71°58′5
45°18′ 72°55′
66Maskinongé Lake outside the zone described in item 67Lac Maskinongé46°19′ 73°23′70
67Within 150 m of the shore of Maskinongé LakeLac Maskinongé46°19′ 73°23′10
68The St. Lawrence River between the points at coordinates 45°35′ 73°28′ and 45°39′ 73°26′ lying south of the Boucherville IslandsFleuve Saint-Laurent45°35′ 73°28′70
45°39′ 73°26′
69The St. Lawrence River within 50 m south of the Boucherville Islands between the points at coordinates 45°35′ 73°28′ and 45°38′ 73°27′Fleuve Saint-Laurent45°35′ 73°28′10
45°38′ 73°27′
70The St. Lawrence River within 100 m north of the City of Boucherville between the points at coordinates 45°35′ 73°28′ and 45°39′ 73°26′Fleuve Saint-Laurent45°35′ 73°28′10
45°39′ 73°26′
71That part of the St. Lawrence River known as La Grande Rivière between Saint-Jean Island and Sainte-Marguerite Island between the points at coordinates 45°35′ 73°29′ and 45°36′ 73°28′Fleuve Saint-Laurent45°35′ 73°29′10
45°36′ 73°28′
72That part of the St. Lawrence River known as Bras Nord de La Grande Rivière between Saint-Jean Island and À Pinard Island between the points at coordinates 45°36′ 73°29′ and 45°36′ 73°28′Fleuve Saint-Laurent45°36′ 73°29′10
45°36′ 73°28′
73That part of the St. Lawrence River known as La Passe between De la Commune Island and Grosbois Island between the points at coordinates 45°37′ 73°28′ and 45°37′01″ 73°28′01″Fleuve Saint-Laurent45°37′ 73°28′10
45°37′01″
73°28′01″
74Lake Saint-Joseph outside the zone described in item 77Lac Saint-Joseph45°58′ 74°20′70
75Lake Sainte-Marie outside the zone described in item 78Lac Sainte-Marie45°56′ 74°25′70
76Petite River connecting Lake Sainte-Marie to Lake Saint-Joseph, outside the zone described in item 79La Petite Rivière45°58′ 74°19′70
77Within 30 m of the shore of Lake Saint-JosephLac Saint-Joseph45°58′ 74°20′10
78Within 30 m of the shore of Lake Sainte-MarieLac Sainte-Marie45°56′ 74°25′10
79Within 30 m of the shore of the La Petite River connecting Lake Sainte-Marie to Lake Saint-JosephLa Petite Rivière45°58′ 74°19′10
80Little Cerf Lake outside the zone described in item 85Petit lac du Cerf46°16′ 75°30′70
81Big Cerf Lake outside the zone described in item 86Grand lac du Cerf46°16′ 75°31′70
82Lefebvre Lake outside the zone described in item 87Lac Lefebvre46°16′ 75°29′70
83Mallone Lake outside the zone described in item 88Lac Mallone46°19′ 75°31′70
84À Dick Lake outside the zone described in item 89Lac à Dick46°20′ 75°30′70
85Within 60 m of the shore of Little Cerf LakePetit lac du Cerf46°16′ 75°30′10
86Within 60 m of the shore of Big Cerf LakeGrand lac du Cerf46°16′ 75°31′10
87Within 60 m of the shore of Lefebvre LakeLac Lefebvre46°16′ 75°29′10
88Within 60 m of the shore of Mallone LakeLac Mallone46°19′ 75°31′10
89Within 60 m of the shore of À Dick LakeLac à Dick46°20′ 75°30′10
90Lake Saint-AugustinLac Saint-Augustin46°45′ 71°23′55
91Guindon LakeLac Guindon45°52′ 74°07′10
92Guindon LakeLac Guindon46°45′ 71°23′55
93Des Seigneurs LakeLac des Seigneurs45°52′ 74°07′10
94Lake Saint-AmourLac Saint-Amour45°51′ 74°07′10
95Marois LakeLac Marois45°51′ 74°08′10
96Ouimet LakeLac Ouimet45°50′ 74°10′10
97Lake JohanneLac Johanne45°50′ 74°08′10
98Fraser LakeLac Fraser45°23′ 72°11′10
99Lake Saint-Joseph outside the zone described in item 100Lac Saint-Joseph45°54′ 71°38′70
100Within 100 m of the shore of Lake Saint-JosephLac Saint-Joseph45°54′ 71°38′10
101Lake Saint-Joseph (see Note 1)Lac Saint-Joseph45°54′ 71°38′40
102Aux Pins RiverRivière aux Pins46°54′00″5
71°37′28″
103Within 50 m of the line of buoys between the points at coordinates 46°52′25″ 71°37′13″ and 46°52′27″ 71°37′04″Lac Saint-Joseph46°52′25″10
71°37′13″
46°52′27″
71°37′04″
104Within 50 m of the line of buoys between the points at coordinates 46°52′37″ 71°36′52″ and 46°52′59″ 71°36′52″Lac Saint-Joseph46°52′37″10
71°36′52″
46°52′59″
71°36′52″
105Within 50 m of the lines of buoys between the points at coordinates 46°54′11″ 71°37′23″ and 46°54′17″ 71°37′26″Lac Saint-Joseph46°54′11″10
71°37′23″
46°54′17″
71°37′26″
106Within 50 m of the line of buoys between the points at coordinates 46°52′23″ 71°37′23″ and 46°52′24″ 71°37′10″Lac Saint-Joseph46°52′23″10
71°37′23″
46°52′24″
71°37′10″
107Lake Connelly outside the zone described in item 108Lac Connelly45°54′ 73°58′70
108Within 50 m of the shore of Lake ConnellyLac Connelly45°54′ 73°58′25
109Magog River-west tributary: from the dam at point A at coordinates 46°16′23″ 72°09′22″ to Magog Lake bounded by a line connecting point D at coordinates 45°16′38″ 72°03′26″ and point E at coordinates 45°16′52″ 72°03′29″Rivière Magog46°16′23″25
72°09′22″
to
45°16′38″
72°03′26″
to
45°16′52″
72°03′29″
110Magog Lake outside the zones described in items 111 and 112Lac Magog45°18′ 72°02′70
111Within 100 m from the shore of Magog LakeLac Magog45°18′ 72°02′10
112Magog Lake, south of a line connecting point B at coordinates 45°16′18″ 72°03′47″ and point C at coordinates 45°16′04″ 72°02′55″Lac Magog45°16′18″10
72°03′47″
and
45°16′04″
72°02′55″
113Magog River-east tributary (outlet): from Magog Lake a distance of 1 km eastward to a line connecting point G at coordinates 45°20′25″ 72°00′49″ and point F at coordinates 45°20′22″ 72°00′47″Rivière Magog45°20′25″10
72°00′49″
and
45°20′22″
72°00′47″
114Magog River-east tributary (outlet): east of a line connecting point G at coordinates 45°20′25″ 72°00′49″ and point F at coordinates 45°20′22″ 72°00′47″Rivière Magog45°20′25″55
72°00′49″
and
45°20′22″
72°00′47″
115Tremblant Lake outside the zone described in item 116Lac Tremblant46°15′ 74°38′55
116Within 60 m of the shore of Tremblant Lake (see Note 2)Lac Tremblant46°15′ 74°38′10
117Aux Quenouilles Lake outside the zone described in item 118Lac aux Quenouilles46°10′ 74°23′55
118Within 60 m of the shore of Aux Quenouilles Lake (see Note 2)Lac aux Quenouilles46°10′ 74°23′5
119Auberge du Petit Bonheur BayLac aux Quenouilles46°10′ 74°23′10
120Lyster Lake, outside the zones described in items 121 and 122Lac Lyster45°02′ 71°54′55
121Lyster Lake, within 100 m of its shorelineLac Lyster45°02′ 71°54′10
122Lyster Lake, north of a line drawn from point A at coordinates 45°01′ 71°55′ to point B at coordinates 45°02′ 71°54′Lac Lyster45°02′ 71°54′10
123De la Petite Nation River, between the canal bridge at coordinates 45°35′50″ 75°06′15″ and the Highway 148 bridge at coordinates 45°36′20″ 75°07′45″Rivière de la Petite Nation45°36′ 75°07′10
124Lake MéganticLac Mégantic45°32′ 70°53′55 from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
125Lake Mégantic outside the zones described in items 126 to 132Lac Mégantic45°32′ 70°53′70 from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
126Lake Mégantic within 100 m of its shorelineLac Mégantic45°32′ 70°53′10
127The marsh at the head of Lake Mégantic, zone R at coordinates 42°27′ 70°53′ (see Note 3)Lac Mégantic45°32′ 70°53′5
128The marsh of the Victoria River, zone S at coordinates 45°32′ 70°53′ (see Note 3)Lac Mégantic45°32′ 70°53′5
129Lake Mégantic within the Des Sables Bay sector, north of a line connecting point J at coordinates 45°34′45″ 70°55′20″ and point K at coordinates 45°35′ 70°55′Lac Mégantic45°32′ 70°53′15
130Lake Mégantic east of the federal dock, at the marina, zone L at coordinates 45°34′ 70°53′Lac Mégantic45°32′ 70°53′5
131Lake Mégantic, within the Des Joncs Lake sector, zone Q at coordinates 45°27′ 70°51′Lac des Joncs45°32′ 70°53′10
132Lake Mégantic, in the Du lac des Joncs River sector, between point M at coordinates 45°29′ 70°52′ and point N at coordinates 45°27′ 70°51′Rivière du lac des Joncs45°32′ 70°53′10
133Arnold River between point O at coordinates 45°27′ 70°52′ and point P at coordinates 45°26′ 70°52′Rivière Arnold45°32′ 70°52′10
134Victoria River between point T at coordinates 45°32′ 70°56′ and point U at coordinates 45°32′ 70°57′Rivière Victoria45°33′ 70°56′10
135Viceroi Lake, outside the zone described in item 136Lac Vert45°51′ 75°06′55, except from 9:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m., when a speed limit of 25  applies
136Viceroi Lake, within 70 m of its shoreline, excluding the Saint-Pierre Bay Narrows (see Note 2)Lac Vert45°51′ 75°06′10
137Lake AlainLac Alain46°57′ 71°50′10
138Brompton LakeLac Brompton45°26′ 72°09′30, except from 8:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
139Brompton Lake, north of a line connecting point A at coordinates 45°24′25″ 72°08′41″ and point B at coordinates 45°24′26″ 72°08′24″Lac Brompton45°26′ 72°09′70
140Brompton Lake, within 100 m of its shoreline (see Note 2)Lac Brompton45°26′ 72°09′10
141Brompton Lake, south of a line connecting point A at coordinates 45°24′25″ 72°08′41″ and point B at coordinates 45°24′26″ 72°08′24″Lac Brompton45°26′ 72°09′10
142Brompton Lake, within 100 m of the shores of Mitchell and Allen Islands and an island indicated by point C at coordinates 45°25′53″ 72°09′30″Lac Brompton45°26′ 72°09′10
143Barrière Lake, outside the zone described in item 144Lac Barrière45°53′ 75°06′70
144Barrière Lake, within 70 m of its shoreline (see Note 2)Lac Barrière45°53′ 75°06′25
145The narrows between Dasserat and Desvaux LakesLac Dasserat and lac Desvaux48°16′ 79°25′10
48°12′ 79°25′
146Papineau Lake, outside the zones described in item 147Lac Papineau46°08′ 74°19′70, except from 9:00 p.m. to 8:30 a.m., when a speed limit of 10  applies
147Papineau Lake, within 23 m of its shore and within 23 m of the shore of its islandsLac Papineau46°08′ 74°19′10
148À la Loutre LakeLac à la Loutre46°05′ 74°54′10
149De l’Achigan Lake, outside the zone described in item 150Lac de l’Achigan46°56′ 73°58′70
150De l’Achigan Lake, within 75 m of its shore and within 75 m of the shore of its islandsLac de l’Achigan46°56′ 73°58′10
151Beaudette River, between point A at coordinates 45°12′30″ 74°19′00″ and point B at coordinates 45°13′50″ 74°22′30″Rivière Beaudette45°12′ 74°19′5
152The Ottawa River, between point A at coordinates 45°33′50″ 74°22′31″ and point B at coordinates 45°33′58″ 74°22′30″Barrage de Carillon45°34′ 74°23′10
153Lovering Lake, outside the zone described in item 154Lac Lovering45°10′ 72°09′70
154Lovering Lake, within 100 m of its shoreLac Lovering45°10′ 72°09′10
155Aux Araignées Lake, outside the zones described in items 156 to 160Lac aux Araignées45°28′ 70°49′50
156Aux Araignées Lake, within 100 m of its shore and east of a line connecting point A at coordinates 45°28′45″ 70°47′45″ and point B at coordinates 45°27′50″ 70°47′45″Lac aux Araignées45°28′ 70°49′10
157Aux Araignées Lake, within the marsh sector of the Aux Araignées RiverMarécage de la rivière aux Araignées45°28′ 70°49′5
158Aux Araignées Lake, within the marsh sector of the Des Indiens RiverMarécage de la rivière des Indiens45°29′ 70°48′5
159That part of Aux Araignées Lake in the Aux Araignées RiverRivière aux Araignées45°28′ 70°52′10
160That part of Aux Araignées Lake in the Indiens RiverRivière des Indiens45°29′ 70°48′10
161Lake Memphrémagog, in Magog Bay, in the zone delimited on the north by the shore and the southern limit of Zones A and C described in item 22 of Part 6 of Schedule 2 and on the south by a line drawn from a point on Cabana Point at coordinates 45°15′10″ 72°10′14″ to the navigation buoy at coordinates 45°15′59″ 72°10′05″, thence to a point located on Merry Point at coordinates 45°15′52″ 72°09′44″, excluding a 100 m wide, marked channel located to the southeast of a line drawn from that navigation buoy to a point on the shore at coordinates 45°16′06″ 72°09′41″Lac Memphrémagog45°08′ 72°16′10
162Lake Memphrémagog, in that part of Magog Bay within 100 m of the shore of Charest Island, located at coordinates 45°15′46″ 72°09′42″Lac Memphrémagog45°08′00″10
72°16′11″
163Aux Sables LakeLac aux Sables46°53′ 72°22′25
164Cap Rouge River, east of Gaudaville Bridge at coordinates 46°45′21″ 71°20′58″ up to its confluence with the St. Lawrence RiverRivière du Cap Rouge46°45′ 71°21′10
165Cap Rouge River, in an area located at its confluence with the St. Lawrence River (a part of Lots 288 and 292) bounded to the south by a line drawn 30 m south of the Cap-Rouge marina wharf at coordinates 46°44′47″ 71°20′34″, to the north by the high water line and the Galarneau Bridge, to the east by Lots 291 and 71-31, and to the west by Lot 71-49Rivière du Cap Rouge46°45′ 71°21′10
166Lake Saint-François, in the Aux Rats Musqués Bay, west of a line joining point A at coordinates 45°57′55″ 71°11′05″ and point B at coordinates 45°57′50″ 71°10′50″Lac Saint-François45°55′ 71°10′10
167Matagami Lake, in an area bounded by point A at coordinates 49°53′26″ 77°16′04″, point B at coordinates 49°53′25″ 77°16′12″, point C at coordinates 49°52′58″ 77°16′24″ and point D at coordinates 49°52′54″ 77°16′21″Lac Matagami49°53′ 77°30′5
168Supérieur LakeLac Supérieur46°12′ 74°28′10
169De la Grande Fourche Lake, within 60 m of shoreLac de la Grande Fourche47°46′ 69°12′10
170Du Moine Channel, between points at coordinates 46°03′54″ 73°01′37″ and 46°03′45″ 73°01′09″Chenal du Moine46°05′ 72°58′5
171Du Moine Channel, between points at coordinates 46°03′45″ 73°01′09″ and 46°05′10″ 72°57′21″Chenal du Moine46°05′ 72°58′10
172Channels between Chenail-du-Moine Road and Létourneau Island and Aux Fantômes Island, between points at coordinates 46°04′15″ 72°59′16″ and 46°04′42″ 72°58′14″Chenal de l’Île Létourneau and chenal de l’Île aux Fantômes46°04′ 72°59′5
173D’Embarras ChannelChenal d’Embarras46°05′ 72°58′5
174Du Doré ChannelChenal du Doré46°05′ 72°57′10
175À Côté ChannelChenal à Côté46°05′ 72°57′10
176Aux Corbeaux Channel between points at coordinates 46°04′37″ 73°02′12″ and 46°06′11″ 73°00′07″Chenal aux Corbeaux46°05′ 73°01′10
177Île à Lapierre BayBaie de l’Île à Lapierre46°06′ 73°00′5
178Île de Grâce Bay ReserveBaie de l’Île de Grâce46°06′ 73°01′5
Vieille Baie
Baie de l’Île aux Corbeaux
179Jacques-Cartier River between points at coordinates 46°51′47″ 71°32′46″ and 46°53′57″ 71°30′46″Rivière Jacques-Cartier46°40′ 71°45′25
180Lake Saint-François, in areas other than the waters described in items 181 to 188Lac Saint-François45°55′ 71°10′70
181Lake Saint-François, in Sauvage Bay, within 100 m of the shore on the major part of the circumference of the lake in those areas other than those described at items 182 and 183Lac Saint-François45°50′ 71°10′10
182Lake Saint-François, in Sauvage Bay, within 35 m of the shore between points at coordinates 45°50′19″ 71°08′57″ and 45°50′20″ 71°08′41″Lac Saint-François45°50′ 71°10′10
183Lake Saint-François, in Sauvage Bay, within 50 m of the shore between points at coordinates 45°50′06″ 71°09′34″ and 45°49′53″ 71°09′34″Lac Saint-François45°50′ 71°10′10
184Lake Saint-François, within 100 m of the shore of three islands between points at coordinates 45°52′35″ 71°09′27″, 45°48′12″ 71°08′57″ and 45°47′36″ 71°08′51″Lac Saint-François45°50′ 71°10′10
185Lake Saint-François, within an area located within points at coordinates 45°49′03″ 71°09′56″, 45°49′12″ 71°09′37″, 45°50′41″ 71°08′50″ and 45°50′20″ 71°08′40″Lac Saint-François45°50′ 71°10′40
186Lake Saint-François, within an area located within points at coordinates 45°49′03″ 71°09′56″, 45°49′12″ 71°09′37″ and 45°47′26″ 71°08′20″Lac Saint-François45°50′ 71°10′25
187Lake Saint-François, in the Ashberham River, between points at coordinates 45°58′34″ 71°15′35″ and 45°58′21″ 71°15′09″Lac Saint-François45°50′ 71°10′10
188Lake Saint-François, in the Aux Bleuets River, between points at coordinates 45°55′45″ 71°07′26″, 45°56′44″ 71°08′48″ and 45°55′48″ 71°08′59″Lac Saint-François45°50′ 71°10′10
189Des Deux Montagnes Lake, within 600 m of the shore of the Municipality of Saint-PlacideLac des Deux Montagnes45°27′ 74°00′10
190Des Deux Montagnes Lake, Vaudreuil Bay, in the area located to the west of a straight line joining the northern limit of Du Club Street at a point at coordinates 45°23′29″ 74°00′47″ and a point on Lot 2257 at coordinates 45°24′55″ 74°00′45″Lac des Deux Montagnes45°27′ 74°00′10
191Lake Simon:Lac Simon45°58′ 75°05′
(a) within 70 m of the high water mark; and25
(b) at more than 70 m from the high water mark70
192Gagnon Lake:Lac Gagnon46°11′ 74°21′
(a) within 70 m of the high water mark (see Note 2); and25
(b) at more than 70 m from the high water mark70
193The Leamy Lake navigation channel that is, that portion of Leamy Lake, the north passage linking Leamy Lake to the Gatineau River and the northern half of the south pasage linking Leamy Lake to De la Carrière Lake, as indicated by navigation buoys and signsLac Leamy45°27′ 75°43′10
194Ernest River:Rivière Ernest46°08′ 75°08′
(a) on a section located between a point at coordinates 46°08′18″ 75°09′32″ and a point at coordinates 46°08′18″ 75°07′30″; and5
(b) on a section located between a point at coordinates 46°08′18″ 75°07′30″ and a point at coordinates 46°08′23″ 75°07′30″10
195De la Petite Nation River, on a section located between a point at coordinates 46°04′04″ 75°05′54″ and a point at coordinates 46°01′59″ 75°04′41″Rivière de la Petite Nation45°35′ 75°06′10
196Preston River, on a section located between a point at coordinates 46°00′35″ 75°04′05″ and a point at coordinates 46°00′07″ 75°05′05″Rivière Preston46°00′ 75°05′10
197Grenville Channel, on a section located between a point at coordinates 45°37′04″ 74°35′14″ and a point at coordinates 45°37′51″ 74°36′34″, and along the southwestern shore of the island forming the southwestern side of Grenville Channel and extending to a distance of 50 m from that shore into the Gatineau River, between a line drawn in a westerly direction and passing through a point at coordinates 45°37′51″ 74°36′34″ and a line drawn in a southerly direction and passing through a point at coordinates 45°37′04″ 74°35′14″ and a point at coordinates 45°37′02″ 74°35′15″45°37′ 74°36′10
45°20′ 73°55′
198Les Trois Lacs Lake:Les Trois Lacs45°48′ 71°54′
(a) up to 50 m from the shoreline and in the connecting channels; and10
(b) on the remaining part of the lake55
199Southwest Nicolet River:Rivière Nicolet Sud-Ouest46°13′ 72°36′10
(a) from the Les Trois Lacs Lake exit at a point at coordinates 45°48′10″ 71°54′40″ to the existing dam at a point at coordinates 45°47′50″ 71°55′00″; and
(b) from the entrance to Les Trois Lacs Lake at a point at coordinates 45°47′32″ 71°52′15″ to La Petite Island at a point at coordinates 45°47′37″ 71°51′47″Rivière Parenteau
200Windsor Lake45°39′ 71°53′10
201Lake Saint-Louis within 300 m of shore, in that part of the lake located between a line drawn from the wharf of Saint-Louis Park to the western limit of René-Lévesque Park and a line drawn in the direction of and extending from 6th Avenue in LachineLac Saint-Louis45°26′ 73°42′10
202Pearson Creek, from its mouth at a point at coordinates 45°14′ 72°31′ to a point at coordinates 45°13′ 72°31′Ruisseau Pearson45°14′ 72°32′5
203Chambly Basin:Bassin de Chambly45°27′ 73°17′
(a) within 125 m of the shore, in an area delineated by a line drawn between points at the following coordinates: 45°26′59″ 73°16′39″, 45°26′56″ 73°17′25″, 45°27′50″ 73°17′24″ and 45°27′56″ 73°16′36″; and10
(b) on the remaining part of the basin40
204Ouareau River:Rivière Ouareau45°56′ 73°25′
(a) between Blanc Lake and Ouareau Lake, in the buoyed channel between a point at coordinates 46°19′43″ 74°12′38″ and the end of the buoyed channel at a point at coordinates 46°18′12″ 74°10′15″; and25
(b) outside the channel10
205Croche Lake, within 50 m of the shoreLac Croche46°21′ 74°06′10
206Du Pimbina Lake, within 50 m of the shoreLac du Pimbina46°23′ 74°14′10
207Provost Lake, within 50 m of the shoreLac Provost46°24′ 74°16′10
208Simoneau Lake:Lac Simoneau45°24′ 72°11′
(a) within 30 m of the shore; and10
(b) on the remaining part of the lake40
209Leclerc LakeLac Leclerc45°24′ 72°12′10
210Des Monts Lake:Lac des Monts45°24′ 72°11′
(a) within 30 m of the shore; and10
(b) on the remaining part of the lake40
211Bran de Scie Lake:Lac des Monts45°24′ 72°12′
(a) within 30 m of the shore; and10
(b) on the remaining part of the lake40
212Waterloo LakeLac Waterloo45°20′ 72°31′10
213Matambin Lake:Lac Matambin46°19′50″ ′
73°32′20′
(a) within 30 m of the shore; and10
(b) on the remaining part of the lake55
214Aylmer Lake:Lac Aylmer45°49′ 71°21′
(a) within 75 m of the high water mark on the entire perimeter of the lake located on the north side of the Aylmer dam located at a point at coordinates 45°45′35″ 71°24′20″ (see Note 2);10
(b) in Bullfrog Bay, adjacent to Domaine-Saint-Laurent, west of a line drawn from point A at coordinates 45°46′30″ 71°23′15″ to point B at coordinates 45°47′00″ 71°22′30″;10
(c) in Ward Bay, in Domaine-Saint-Laurent, west of longitude 71°23′05″, between latitudes 45°47′45″ and 45°47′55″, and at the confluence of the Coulombe River and Aylmer Lake, west of longitude 71°23′30″ and north of latitude 45°49′25″, and still in Ward Bay, in an area east of longitude 71°22′00″, between latitudes 45°48′45″ and 45°49′25″;10
(d) in Moose Bay, in the area of the mouth of the Longue Pointe River located west of a line drawn between point A at coordinates 45°51′15″ 71°21′30″ and point B at coordinates 45°51′45″ 71°21′45″ up to the confluence of the Longue Pointe River and Aylmer Lake, at a point at coordinates 45°51′10″ 71°22′05″;10
(e) in that part of the mouth of the Maskinongé River located east of longitude 71°21′00″ and south of latitude 45°49′25″, up to the confluence of the Maskinongé River and Aylmer Lake at a point at coordinates 45°47′00″ 71°20′45″;10
(f) in the mouth of the Troisième River, east of longitude 71°20′00″ and between latitudes 45°50′10″ and 45°50′20″;10
(g) in the mouth of the Jackman River, east of longitude 71°20′20″ and between latitudes 45°50′40″ and 45°50′50″;10
(h) inside the marina basin area between latitudes 45°53′25″ and 45°53′55″, and from the bridge at Highway 112 to the Saint-François River rapids at latitude 45°54′15″;10
(i) in the area located between the entrance to Pansu Road at latitude 45°55′10″ and the mouth of the Coleraine River at latitude 45°56′50″;10
(j) within 100 m of the municipal wharfs, one located north of latitude 45°49′50″ between longitudes 71°23′05″ and 71°23′25″ and the other one located east of longitude 71°20′15″ between latitudes 45°48′15″ and 45°48′30″; and10
(k) within 200 m of the shore of the sand beaches at10

(i) beach 1, east of longitude 71°20′20″ between latitudes 45°49′10″ and 45°50′10″,

(ii) beach 2, east of longitude 71°21′50″ between latitudes 45°46′50″ and 45°47′10″,

(iii) beach 3, south of latitude 45°46′20″ between longitudes 71°22′25″ and 71°22′50″,

(iv) beach 4, adjacent to Bellerive Park, west of longitude 71°22′45″ and north of latitude 45°49′45″, and

(v) beach 5, adjacent to Camping Lachance, east of longitude 71°22′10″ and north of latitude 45°49′35″

215Lake Memphrémagog:Lac Memphrémagog45°08′ 72°16′
(a) within 100 m of the shore (see Note 2); and10
(b) the remaining part of the lake70
216Des Prairies River:Rivière des Prairies45°33′ 73°41′
(a) between a point at coordinates 45°31′32″ 73°53′45″ at Roussin Island and a point at coordinates 45°41′51″ 73°31′25″, at Moulin Island (see Note 2)

(i) within 30 m of the shore, and

10

(ii) at more than 30 m from the shore, between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.;

25
(b) the portion of the river between the eastern tip of the Island of Montréal at the confluence of the St. Lawrence River and the Des Prairies River at a point at coordinates 45°42′12″ 73°28′33″ and the Highway 40 bridge at a point at coordinates 45°41′58″ 73°30′31″ (see Note 2)

(i) within 50 m of the shore of the Island of Montréal, and

10

(ii) at more than 50 m from the shore of the Island of Montréal, between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.;

25
(c) the portion of the river from the Highway 40 bridge at a point at coordinates 45°41′58″ 73°30′31″ to the confluence of the Des Prairies River and Des Deux Montagnes Lake at a point at coordinates 45°28′17″ 73°56′20″ (see Note 2)

(i) within 30 m of the shore of the Island of Montréal, and

10

(ii) at more than 30 m from the shore of the Island of Montréal, between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.;

25
(d) within 50 m of the shore of Bizard Island between a point at coordinates 45°31′14″ 73°52′51″ and a point at coordinates 45°28′30″ 73°56′34″;10
(e) within 30 m of the shore of the following islands:10

(i) the unnamed islands with their centroids at points at coordinates 45°28′13″ 73°55′03″, 45°28′02″ 73°54′56″, 45°28′42″ 73°52′49″, 45°28′31″ 73°52′49″, 45°32′17″ 73°42′53″, 45°30′24″ 73°51′26″, 45°38′17″ 73°36′30″ and 45°28′06″ 73°54′51″,

(ii) Gagné Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°38′34″ 73°36′25″,

(iii) Jasmin Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°29′56″ 73°51′26″,

(iv) Lapierre Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°38′11″ 73°36′42″,

(v) Mercier Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°29′00″ 73°52′35″,

(vi) Ménard Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°29′26″ 73°51′37″,

(vii) Perry Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°32′51″ 73°41′51″,

(viii) Rochon Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°38′12″ 73°36′54″,

(ix) Aux Chats Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°30′58″ 73°45′13″,

(x) Roxboro Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°30′48″ 73°49′11″,

(xi) La Visitation Islandwith its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°34′46″ 73°39′40″, and

(xii) Du Cheval de Terre Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°35′09″ 73°39′20″;

(f) within 50 m of the shore of the following islands (see Note 2):10

(i) Bonfoin Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°42′05″ 73°29′54″, and

(ii) Haynes Island with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°41′52″ 73°30′06″; and

(g) outside the areas referred to in paragraphs (a) to (f), between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.25
217The St. Lawrence River:49°40′ 64°30′
(a) within 300 m of the shore between points at coordinates 45°25′47″ 73°41′36″ and 45°25′29″ 73°39′58″ (see Note 2);10
(b) within 50 m of the shore between points at coordinates 45°25′29″ 73°39′57″ at the eastern point of the Island of Montréal and 45°42′12″ 73°28′33″ at the confluence of the St. Lawrence River and the Des Prairies River (see Note 2);10
(c) within 50 m of the shore of the section of the river where the following islands are located and within 50 m of the shore of those islands (see Note 2):10

(i) Jos-Ouellet Island with its centroid located at a point at coordinates 45°25′15.3″ 73°35′53.1″,

(ii) Aux Chèvres Island with its centroid located at a point at coordinates 45°25′32.3″ 73°34′46.1″,

(iii) Aux Hérons Island with its centroid located at a point at coordinates 45°25′24″ 73°34′45″,

(iv) Des Soeurs Island with its centroid located at a point at coordinates 45°27′31.1″ 73°33′03.9″,

(v) Mud Pie Island with its centroid located at a point at coordinates 45°26′20.0″ 73°33′20.8″,

(vi) Notre-Dame Islandwith its centroid located at a point at coordinates 45°29′52.2″ 73°31′23.4″,

(vii) Rock Island with its centroid located at a point at coordinates 45°25′48.6″ 73°34′12.8″,

(viii) Sainte-Hélène Island with its centroid located at a point at coordinates 45°31′06.4″ 73°32′02.4″,

(ix) Les Sept Soeurs Islands with their centroids at points at coordinates 45°25′22.2″ 73°35′16.3″, 45°25′09.8″ 73°35′24.1″, 45°25′13.4″ 73°35′19.2″, 45°25′05.5″ 73°35′18.6″, 45°25′06.9″ 73°35′19.7″, 45°25′10.5″ 73°35′19.9″, 45°25′14.0″ 73°35′25.7″, 45°25′16.2″ 73°35′15.1″, 45°25′15.1″ 73°35′24.9″, 45°25′20.1″ 73°35′14.4″, 45°25′16.6″ 73°35′23.2″, 45°25′18.5″ 73°35′14.4″, 45°25′08.9″ 73°35′21.2″, and

(x) the unnamed islands with their centroids at points at coordinates 45°25′41.8″ 73°35′23.3″, 45°25′57.4″ 73°34′56.6″, 45°28′17.8″ 73°31′53.2″, 45°26′05.7″ 73°34′50.2″, 45°26′28.4″ 73°33′32.8″, 45°25′57.4″ 73°34′59.1″, 45°25′43.5″ 73°35′28.8″, 45°25′46.9″ 73°35′21.9″, 45°25′57.9″ 73°34′57.7″, 45°29′32.3″ 73°31′47.5″, 45°26′03.9″ 73°34′55.7″, 45°31′39.5″ 73°31′55.9″, 45°42′08.7″ 73°28′36.4″, 45°25′50.9″ 73°35′20.2″, 45°25′41.9″ 73°35′25.2″, 45°25′45.3″ 73°35′28.6″, 45°38′50.8″ 73°29′02.9″, 45°25′51.2″ 73°34′24.2″; and

(d) outside the areas referred to in paragraphs (a) to (c), between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.25
218Lake Saint-Louis:Lac Saint-Louis45°24′ 73°48′
(a) within 50 m of the shore, between points at coordinates 45°24′12″ 73°57′23″ (the Highway 20 bridge) and 45°25′55″ 73°41′37″;10
(b) within 50 m of the shores of the following islands (see Note 2):10

(i) Bushy Island, with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°25′57″ 73°44′03″,

(ii) Dixie Island, with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°25′54″ 73°43′27″,

(iii) Dorval Island, with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°25′56″ 73°44′31″,

(iv) the unnamed islands with their centroids at points at coordinates 45°24′10″ 73°55′35″, 45°25′24″ 73°51′35″, 45°25′30″ 73°50′06″, 45°25′22″ 73°51′40″, 45°25′55″ 73°40′45″, 45°24′12″ 73°55′44″, 45°25′32″ 73°50′05″ and 45°25′51″ 73°40′15″; and

(c) outside the areas referred to in paragraphs (a) and (b), between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.25
219Des Deux Montagnes Lake:Lac des Deux Montagnes45°27′ 74°00′
(a) within 50 m of the shores of the following islands (see Note 2):10

(i) the unnamed islands with their centroids at points at coordinates 45°24′44.0″ 73°57′55.1″, 45°28′13.3″ 73°56′23.7″, 45°24′20.0″ 73°57′29.7″, 45°24′14.6″ 73°57′21.2″, 45°27′37.5″ 73°56′46.3″, 45°24′50.8″ 73°58′05.8″, 45°27′59.3″ 73°56′36.0″, 45°27′17.7″ 73°56′41.4″, 45°25′08.6″ 73°58′12.7″, 45°25′09.2″ 73°58′17.5″, 45°25′05.7″ 73°58′10.8″, and 45°25′26.4″ 73°58′32.2″, and

(ii) Girwood Island, with its centroid at a point at coordinates 45°25′17.1″ 73°58′25.7″;

(b) within 50 m of the shore of the Island of Montréal between a point at coordinates 45°24′12″ 73°57′23″ and a point at coordinates 45°28′17″ 73°56′20″; and10
(c) outside the areas referred to in paragraphs (a) and (b), between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.25
220Beauregard Lake:Lac Beauregard46°09′ 73°59′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
221Lake Catherine:Lac Catherine46°09′ 74°00′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
222Des Cèdres Lake:Lac des Cèdres46°07′ 74°03′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
223Lake Délia:Lac Délia46°09′ 73°59′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
224Doux Lake:Lac Doux46°10′ 73°59′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
225Drummond Lake:Lac Drummond46°07′ 73°59′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
226Exérine Lake:Lac Exérine46°08′ 73°59′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
227À Foin Lake:Lac à Foin46°07′ 74°04′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
228Fouché Lake:Lac Fouché46°07′ 74°03′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
229À Gaby Lake:Lac à Gaby46°07′ 74°03′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
230Héroux Lake:Lac Héroux46°10′ 73°59′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
231Kenny Lake:Lac Kenny46°09′ 73°59′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
232Lafontaine Lake:Lac Lafontaine46°07′ 73°59′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
233À May Lake:Lac à May46°09′ 74°02′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
234Onésime Lake:Lac Onésime46°10′ 73°58′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
235Racette Lake:Lac Racette46°07′ 73°58′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
236Ritchie Lake:Lac Ritchie46°08′42″
73°59′30″
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
237Des Îles Lake:Lac des Îles46°06′ 74°02′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
238The parts of Orford Lake located to the west and southwest of the following coordinates: 45°17′39″ 72°16′32″, 45°17′46″ 72°16′22″ and 45°17′50″ 72°16′27″Lac Orford45°17′46″5
72°16′22″
(a) within 100 m of the shore, for the band not subject to more severe restrictions; and10
(b) for areas not subject to more severe restrictions70
239Saint-François RiverRivière Saint-FrançoisFrom point A at a position 46°05′ 72°53′ to point B at a position 46°05′ 72°52′40
240Lake Patrick:Lac Patrick46°05′ 73°59′
(a) within 30 m of shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from shore

(i) between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and

25

(ii) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

70
241Gatineau River, from Farmers Dam to Paugan DamRivière Gatineau45°28′ 75°44′
(a) within 30 m of either shore; and10
(b) at more than 30 m from either shore55
242Lake William:Lac William46°06′38″
within 90 m of shore71°34′04″10
243Bergeron Channel (Lake Saint-Louis):Chenal Bergeron45°19′06″
within 90 m of either shore73°51′02″10
244Munich LakeLac Munich45°58′09″10
74°30′09″
245Charest LakeLac Charest45°58′10″10
74°30′51″
246Du Brochet LakeLac du Brochet45°57′32″10
74°32′37″
247Des Pins LakeLac des Pins45°55′34″10
74°29′41″
248Verdure LakeLac Verdure46°01′ 74°28′10
249Kipawa Lake (in the unincorporated area of Laniel) within 30 m of the shore of the lake beginning on April 1 and ending on November 30 for the following areas:Lac Kipawa46°55′ 79°00′10
(a) MacAdam Bay, the part consisting of Lot 1, at civic address 901, to Lot 22, range A, at civic address 989 in the Township of Shehyn;
(b) Dorval Bay at the main entrance to the bay; from Block 33, civic address 163, to the south side of the end of the bay in the Township of Tabaret; and from Block 34, civic address 165, as well as the entire north shore of the bay in the Township of Tabaret; and
(c) other bays in Kipawa Lake, namely the sectors where dwellings are located, as well as the following tourist sites, namely, Canal Bay, Héronnière, Clermont Island and Du Huard Island
250Noire Sud RiverRivière Noire Sud46°12′23″5
73°33′44″
251Noir Lake, within 50 m of shoreLac Noir46°17′ 73°33′5
252Nairne Lake, within 200 m of Lot 142-2 (2 Chemin Dallaire) and north of Lot 282-P (7 Chemin Lavoie) and within 100 m from the northern limit of Lot 282-P (7 Chemin Lavoie) to the eastern limit of Lot 142-2 (2 Chemin Dallaire)Lac Nairne47°41′07″ N10
70°21′02″ W
253Vert Lake, within 50 m from shoreLac Vert46°11′03″ N10
73°43′07″ W
254Du Nord RiverRivière du Nord45°31′08″ N
(a) between the Bassin buoy at coordinates 45°33′31″ 74°20′09″ and André buoy at coordinates 45°33′13″ 74°20′07″; and74°20′12″ W5
(b) between André buoy at coordinates 45°33′13″ 74°20′07″ and HN-04 buoy at coordinates 45°31′00″ 74°20′12.5″10
255Saint-Germain LakeLac Saint-Germain45°47′11″ N10
75°48′04″ W
256Saint-François-Xavier Lake in the following areas:Lac Saint-François-Xavier45°52′53″ N10
74°21′32″ W
(a) that portion of the lake northeast of a line drawn through a point near Montfort Beach at coordinates 45°53′06.3″ N 74°20′41.7″ W and a point near the opposite shore at coordinates 45°53′07.4″ N 74°20′42.6″ W;
(b) the central portion of the lake, bounded on the northeast by a line drawn through a point near Blueberry Point at coordinates 45°52′53.5″ N 74°21′14.8″ W and a point near the opposite shore at coordinates 45°52′55.9″ N 74°21′16.8″ W and bounded on the southwest by a line drawn through a point near Newaygo at coordinates 45°52′51.3″ N 74°21′40.8″ W, and a point near the opposite shore at coordinates 45°52′53.5″ N 74°21′43.4″ W;
(c) that portion of the lake southwest of a line drawn through a point at coordinates 45°52′24.1″ N 74°22′27.6″ W and a point near the opposite shore at coordinates 45°52′28.2″ N 74°22′33.0″ W; and
(d) within 30 m of the shore
257Those portions of Saint-François-Xavier Lake not included in item 256 during the following periods:Lac Saint-François-Xavier45°52′53″ N40
74°21′32″ W
(a) between midnight and 1:30 p.m.;
(b) between 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.; and
(c) between 7:30 p.m. and midnight
258Bleu Lake, within 20 m of the shore except where power-driven vessels are prohibited in accordance with item 252 of Part 5 of Schedule 3 (see Note 4)Lac Bleu45°53′08″ N5
73°59′04″ W

Note 1: This restriction applies to power-driven vessels from one hour after sunset until sunrise.

Note 2: This restriction does not apply to a vessel moving perpendicularly away from the shore while it is being used to tow a person on water-skis who is in the process of taking off.

Note 3: This restriction applies during the period beginning on August 16 and ending on December 15.

Note 4: This restriction does not apply to a vessel moving perpendicularly away from the shore while it is being used to tow a person on water-skis, on a surfboard, or on any other similar equipment.

PART 4Saskatchewan

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
1The channel between Ranger Bay and Madge Lake51°38′ 101°40′5
2Lehman Creek, being the channel between Jackfish Lake and Murray Lake54°05′ 108°20′10
3Dredged channel between North Emma Lake and Middle Emma Lake53°37′ 105°56′10
4The channel between the easterly part of Anglin Lake at a point at coordinates 53°44′ 105°56′ and Jacobsen Bay in Anglin Lake53°44′ 105°56′10
5Smutse LakeAlvena Lake52°29′ 106°05′25
6Elbow Harbour Recreation Site marina on Diefenbaker LakeElbow Harbour Recreation Site marina on Diefenbaker Lake51°06′ 106°35′5
7Rowan’s Ravine Provincial Park Marina (Last Mountain Lake)49°59′ 105°11′5
8Lake DiefenbakerLake Diefenbaker50°40′ 107°57′5

PART 5Alberta

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Alberta Land Titles Act Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
Northeast Region
1Ross LakeRoss Lake11-56-4-W410
2Half Moon LakeHalf Moon Lake6-52-31-W410
Peace River Region
1That part of the Lesser Slave River commencing at the Town of Slave Lake’s raw water intake pumphouse located at the southeast quarter of Section 12, Township 73, Range 6, west of the 5th Meridian and continuing downstream to the Lesser Slave Weir located at the southeast quarter of Section 7, Township 73, Range 5, west of the 5th MeridianLesser Slave RiverDownstream of 12-73-6-W5 to 7-73-5-W510
Central Region
1Pigeon Lake, within 100 m of shorePigeon Lake47-1-W510

PART 6Manitoba

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
1Canada Creek (from Lake Metigoshe to Dromore Lake)Rural Municipality of Winchester10
2That part of the Red River from Parks Creek at coordinates 50°03′45″ 97°01′03″ to a power line located south of the Town of Selkirk at coordinates 50°17′29″ 96°50′55″, as follows:
(a) from sunrise to sunset; and70
(b) from sunset to sunrise50

PART 7Nova Scotia

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground
1Lake Banook and that portion of Mic Mac Lake that is within 100 m of the Circumferential Highway bridgeLake Banook44°41′ N10
63°34′ W
2Kearney Lake, southeast of a line drawn between 44°68.99′ N 63°68.90′ W off Saskatoon Drive and 44°69.08′ N 63°68.74′ W off Kearney Lake Road as indicated by buoys and signsKearney Lake44°42′ N10
63°42′ W
3Lake Mic Mac, within 50 m radius of the Braemar Drive boat launch, as indicated by buoys and signsLake Mic Mac44°42′ N10
63°34′ W
4Lake Mic Mac, north of a line drawn between 44°41.71′ N 63°33.58′ W off Highway 118 and 44°41.73′ N 63°33.17′ W off Waverly Road, as indicated by buoys and signsLake Mic Mac44°42′ N10
63°34′ W
  • SOR/2009-213, ss. 11 to 13

SCHEDULE 7(Subsection 2(6))Waters on Which a Power-driven Vessel Towing a Person on Water Skis, a Surf Board or Any Other Similar Equipment Is Prohibited Except During the Permitted Hours as Indicated

PART 1Alberta

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Alberta Land Titles Act Reference System)
Southern Region
1Paine LakeMami Lake2-28-W4
Central Region
1Unnamed reservoirBlood Indian Creek Reservoir17-26-9-W4
East Slopes Region
1Rock Lake52-2-W6
2Chain Lakes, as indicated by signs14,15-2-W5
Northeast Region
1Skeleton Lake, as indicated by signs65-18,19-W4

PART 2British Columbia

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionGeneral LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1Whiteswan LakeWhiteswan Lake Provincial Park50.115 SE
2That portion of Premier Lake south of a line extending from the southeast corner of Lot 11021 to the northwest corner of Lot 11869northeast of Wasa49.115 NW
3The Nicomekl River, from the railway trestle at Mud Bay to the dam west of King George HighwaySurrey49.122 SW
4Heffley Lake, the narrows and small bays at each end of the lake as designated by the signsnortheast of Kamloops50.120 NE
5Hidden Lakeeast of Enderby50.118 NW
6Whitetail Lakeapproximately 15 km northwest of Canal Flats50°13′ 116°02′
7Parts of Green Lake as signedWhistler50°09′ 122°57′
8Big Bar Lakenear Clinton51°19′ 121°48′
9Elk and Beaver Lakes and those parts of Elk and Beaver Lakes in the interlake area except between 11:00 a.m. and one hour before sunset unless a sporting, recreational or public event or activity for which a permit has been issued under these Regulations is being heldnorthwest of Victoria48°32′N
123°24′W
10The waters of the Columbia River and its tributaries lying within the flood plain of the Columbia River north of 50º21′10″ N (approximately 1.6 km northwest of Fairmont Hot Springs) and south and east of a point at 51º28′48″ N 117º09′33″ W, on the northernmost tip of a small island, approximately 1.8 km south of the Trans Canada Highway bridge at Donald, British Columbia, but excluding the waters of Windermere LakeColumbia River main channel48°59′59″ N
117°37′59″ W

PART 3Ontario

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionSpecific LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1North Branch Muskoka River from Bracebridge Falls to the mouth of the Muskoka River45°02′ 79°18′ to45°02′ 79°19′
45°02′ 79°24′
2Joseph River connecting Lake Joseph to Lake Rosseau from the Ames Point entrance at 45°09′58″ N 79°41′42″ W to Joseph River Shoal at 45°08′28″ N 79°38′50″ W45°08′ 79°39′
3Shadow River45°15′ 79°39′
4South Branch Muskoka River from the intersection with the Muskoka River to Muskoka Falls45°00′ 79°18′45°02′ 79°19′
5Indian River except for the part known as Mirror Lake45°06′ 79°34′
6The narrow channel of Twelve Mile Bay between the coordinates set out in column 2, in Muskoka District45°04′52″45°05 80°00′
79°58′00″ to
45°04′52″
79°57′45″
7That part of the Magnetawan River fronting the Village of Magnetawan, Municipality of Magnetawan45°39′40″45°46′ 80°37′
79°38′50″ to
45°40′00″
79°38′20″
8That part of the Burnt River, Somerville Twp, Victoria County, from Lot 11, Concessions 6 and 7, to the entrance of Goose Lake, Lot 24, Concession 1, all lying within Somerville Twp, Victoria County44°41′ 78°42′ to44°35′ 78°46′
44°35′ 78°46′
9That part of Robillard Lake known as Long Lake within the limits of the Municipality of Charlton and Dack, as described in column 247°48′37″ N47°49′ 80°08′
79°59′54″ W to
47°48′36″ N
80°00′10″ W

PART 4Nova Scotia

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionGeneral LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1Tidnish River, upstream from Irwins Point45°59′ 64°03′

PART 5Quebec

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Répertoire toponymique du Québec or DescriptionPermitted HoursLocation Reference (Répertoire toponymique du Québec Reference System)
1Châteauguay River from point A at coordinates 45°21′ 73°45′ to point B at coordinates 45°23′ 73°45′45°21′ 73°45′
45°23′ 73°45′
2Châteauguay River from point B at coordinates 45°23′ 73°45′ to point C at coordinates 45°23′ 73°46′45°23′ 73°45′
45°23′ 73°46′
3Châteauguay River from point B at coordinates 45°23′ 73°45′ to point D at coordinates 45°24′ 73°45′45°23′ 73°45′
45°24′ 73°45′
4Within a perimeter of 60 m from the shore of Lake Masson46°02′ 74°03′
5North Lake46°03′ 74°02′
6Dupuis Lake46°02′ 74°01′
7Laviolette Lake46°00′ 74°08′
8Marelle Lake46°00′ 74°07′
9Deauville Lake45°59′ 74°06′
10Pas de Poisson Lake46°01′ 74°07′
11Lake Lenore46°00′ 74°07′
12Long Lake45°59′ 74°05′
13Tondohar Lake46°00′ 74°07′
14Quévillon Lake46°00′ 74°06′
15Lake Mimi46°00′ 74°09′
16Gascon Lake45°59′ 74°08′
17Lake Sainte-Adèle45°57′ 74°09′
18Millette Lake45°58′ 74°11′
19Bouthiller Lake45°57′ 74°13′
20Renaud Lake45°56′ 74°12′
21Matley Lake45°57′ 74°11′
22Richer Lake45°57′ 74°12′
23Des Seize Îles Lakefrom 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.45°54′ 74°28′
24Within a perimeter of 60 m from the shore of Charlebois Lake46°05′ 74°03′
25Vingt Sous Lake45°57′ 74°22′
26Cornu Lake45°58′ 74°23′
27De la Montagne Lake45°59′ 74°19′
28Major Bay of Des Sables Lake46°02′ 74°17′
29Centre-Ville Bay of Des Sables Lake46°02′ 74°17′
30Within 100 m of the shore of Archambault Lake46°19′ 74°15′
31Within 100 m of the shore of Baribeau Lake46°21′ 74°10′
32Within 100 m of the shore of Beauchamp Lake46°18′ 74°12′
33Within 100 m of the shore of Bouillon Lake46°16′ 74°11′
34Within 100 m of the shore of La Clef Lake46°23′ 74°13′
35Within 100 m of the shore of Des Aulnes Lake (Isidore and Garon)46°22′ 74°11′
36Within 100 m of the shore of Lake Léon46°22′ 74°16′
37Within 100 m of the shore of Major Lake46°21′ 74°12′
38Within 100 m of the shore of De la Montagne Noire Lake46°12′ 74°16′
39Within 100 m of the shore of Ouareau Lake46°17′ 74°09′
40Within 100 m of the shore of Perreault Lake46°20′ 74°07′
41Within 100 m of the shore of Raquette Lake46°15′ 74°20′
42Within 100 m of the shore of Rochemaure Lake46°22′ 74°10′
43Within 100 m of the shore of Lake Saint-Onge46°22′ 74°08′
44Within 100 m of the shore of Sombre Lake46°20′ 74°05′
45Within 100 m of the shore of Sylvère Lake46°21′ 74°04′
46Within 100 m of the shore of the Saint-Michel River (Michel)46°18′ 74°16′
47Within 100 m of the shore of the Noir River46°23′ 74°16′
48Within 100 m of the shore of the Ouareau River46°19′ 74°11′
49Within 100 m of the shore of the Du Pimbina River46°21′ 74°14′
50Within 50 m of the shore of Blanc Lake46°20′ 74°13′
51Manitou Lakefrom 10:00 a.m. to noon and from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.46°54′ 74°22′
52Fraser Lake45°23′ 72°11′
53Berry Lake48°47′ 78°22′
54Filion Lake48°50′ 78°24′
55Magny Lake48°51′ 78°23′
56Brompton Lake, northwest of a line connecting point D at coordinates 45°28′23″ 72°08′53″ to point E at coordinates 45°28′26″ 72°08′48″ (Larochelle Bay)45°26′ 72°09′
57Brompton Lake, north of a line connecting point F at coordinates 45°28′13″ 72°08′04″ and point G at coordinates 45°28′10″ 72°08′06″ (Du Barrage Bay)45°26′ 72°09′
58Leamy Lake, the north passage linking the lake to the Gatineau River and the northern half of the south passage linking the lake to De la Carrière Lake45°27′ 75°43′
59Les Trois Lacs Lake:45°48′ 71°54′
(a) in the beach and swimming areas delineated by a line running perpendicular to the shore to a point at coordinates 45°47′45″ 71°53′25″, thence to a point at coordinates 45°47′35″ 71°53′30″, and thence returning perpendicularly to the shore; and
(b) on the remaining part of the lakefrom 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
60Southwest Nicolet River:46°13′ 72°36′
(a) from Les Trois Lacs Lake exit at a point at coordinates 45°48′10″ 71°54′40″ to the existing dam at a point at coordinates 45°47′50″ 71°55′00″; andfrom 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
(b) from the entrance to Les Trois Lacs Lake at a point at coordinates 45°47′32″ 71°52′15″ to a point at coordinates 45°47′37″ 71°51′47″from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
61Saint-Louis Lake, in that part of the lake located between a line drawn from the wharf of Saint-Louis Park to the western limit of René Lévesque Park and a line drawn in the direction of and extending from 6th Avenue in Lachine45°26′ 73°42′
62Ouareau River, between Blanc Lake and Ouareau Lake46°19′ 74°11′
63Croche Lake within 50 m of the shore, except where the vessel follows a trajectory perpendicular to the shore46°21′ 74°06′
64Du Pimbina Lake within 50 m of the shore, except where the vessel follows a trajectory perpendicular to the shore46°23′ 74°14′
65Provost Lake within 50 m of the shore, except where the vessel follows a trajectory perpendicular to the shore46°24′ 74°16′
66Those portions of Saint-François-Xavier Lake not included in item 256 of Part 3 of Schedule 6From 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.45°52′53″ N
74°21′32″ W

PART 6Manitoba

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1Assiniboine RiverAssiniboine River49°52′17″
97°26′50″ to
49°53′09″
97°07′41″
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SCHEDULE 8(Subsections 11(1) and (2) and 12(1))Waters for Which a Permit Is Required To Hold a Sporting, Recreational or Public Event or Activity

PART 1Ontario

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionSpecific LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1That part of the River Canard that lies within the Townships of LaSalle and Anderson, Essex County42°09′ 83°06′
2That part of Wilcox Lake lying between latitudes 43°56′35″ N and 43°57′00″ N and longitudes 79°25′00″ W and 79°26′50″ W with the exception of the no-boating area43°57′ 79°26′
3That part of Lake Ontario within 150 m of shore, between the mouth of Etobicoke Creek and the mouth of the Humber River43°35′00″43°45′ 78°00′
79°32′40″
to
43°38′00″
79°28′30″
4That part of Lake Ontario within 150 m of shore, between the westerly projections of the R.C. Harris Water Filtration Plant and the mouth of the Rouge River43°40′00″43°45′ 78°00′
79°16′30″
to
43°47′30″
79°07′00″
5That part of Parry Sound Harbour, known locally as the Inner Harbour, lying north of a line connecting Bob’s Point and Champaigne Street, Parry Sound, Parry Sound District45°20′ 80°03′

PART 2British Columbia

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionGeneral Location (Where Necessary)Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1Long LakeNanaimo49.124 SE
2Brannen LakeNanaimo49.124 SE
3Elk and Beaver Lakes and those parts of Elk and Beaver Lakes in the interlake areanorthwest of Victoria48°32′ N 123°24′ W
4False Creek east of a line drawn from Kitsilano Point at a position 49°16′39″ N 123°09′08″ W in a direction of 45° (True) to a position 49°17′01″ N 123°08′34″ WFalse Creek49°16′ N 123°8′ W

PART 3Quebec

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Répertoire toponymique du Québec or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Répertoire toponymique du Québec Reference System)
1Masson LakeLac Masson46°03′ 74°02′
2North LakeBaie North46°03′ 74°02′
3Dupuis LakeLac Dupuis46°02′ 74°01′
4Grenier LakeLac Grenier46°03′ 74°01′
5Castor LakeLac Castor46°01′ 74°02′
6Laviolette LakeLac Laviolette46°00′ 74°08′
7Marelle LakeLac Marelle46°00′ 74°07′
8Deauville LakeLac Deauville45°59′ 74°06′
9Pas de Poisson LakeLac Pas de Poisson46°01′ 74°07′
10Lake LenoreLac Lenore46°00′ 74°07′
11Long LakeLac Long45°59′ 74°05′
12Tondohar LakeLac Tondohar46°00′ 74°07′
13Quévillon LakeLac Quévillon46°00′ 74°06′
14Lake MimiLac Mimi46°00′ 74°09′
15Gascon LakeLac Gascon45°59′ 74°08′
16Lake Sainte-AdèleLac Sainte-Adèle45°57′ 74°09′
17Millette LakeLac Millette45°58′ 74°11′
18Bouthiller LakeLac Bouthiller45°57′ 74°13′
19Renaud LakeLac Renaud45°56′ 74°12′
20Matley LakeLac Matley45°57′ 74°11′
21Richer LakeLac Richer45°57′ 74°12′
22Masson LakeLac Masson46°02′ 74°03′
23Charlebois LakeLac Charlebois46°05′ 74°03′
24Vingt Sous LakeLac Vingt Sous45°57′ 74°22′
25Cornu LakeLac Cornu45°58′ 74°23′
26De la Montagne LakeLac de la Montagne45°59′ 74°19′
27De l’Achigan LakeLac de l’Achigan45°56′ 73°58′
28Des Seize Îles LakeLac des Seize Îles45°54′ 74°28′
29Brome LakeLac Brome45°15′ 72°30′
30Des Sables LakeLac des Sables46°02′ 74°18′
31Archambault LakeLac Archambault46°19′ 74°15′
32Baribeau LakeLac Baribeau46°21′ 74°10′
33Beauchamp LakeLac Beauchamp46°18′ 74°12′
34Blanc LakeLac Blanc46°20′ 74°13′
35Bouillon LakeLac Bouillon46°16′ 74°11′
36La Clef LakeLac la Clef46°23′ 74°13′
37Croche LakeLac Croche46°21′ 74°06′
38Des Aulnes Lake (Isidore and Garon)Lac des Aulnes46°22′ 74°11′
39Lake LéonLac Léon46°22′ 74°16′
40Major LakeLac Major46°21′ 74°12′
41De la Montagne Noire LakeLac de la Montagne Noire46°12′ 74°16′
42Ouareau LakeLac Ouareau46°17′ 74°09′
43Du Pimbina LakeLac du Pimbina46°23′ 74°14′
44Perreault LakeLac Perrault46°20′ 74°07′
45Provost LakeLac Provost46°24′ 74°16′
46Raquette LakeLac Raquette46°15′ 74°20′
47Rochemaure LakeLac Rochemaure46°22′ 74°10′
48Lake Saint-OngeLac Saint-Onge46°22′ 74°08′
49Sombre LakeLac Sombre46°20′ 74°05′
50Sylvère LakeLac Sylvère46°21′ 74°04′
51Saint-Michel River (Michel)Rivière Saint-Michel (Michel)46°18′ 74°16′
52Noir RiverRuisseau Noir46°23′ 74°16′
53Ouareau RiverRivière Ouareau46°19′ 74°11′
54Du Pimbina RiverRuisseau de la Pimbina46°21′ 74°14′
55Manitou LakeLac Manitou46°54′ 74°22′
56À la Truite LakeLac à la Truite45°21′ 72°09′
57Des Écorces LakeLac des Écorces46°00′ 74°32′
58Lake McGregorLac McGregor45°38′ 75°39′
59Little Du Cerf LakePetit lac du Cerf46°16′ 75°30′
60Big Du Cerf LakeGrand lac du Cerf46°16′ 75°31′
61Lefebvre LakeLac Lefebvre46°16′ 75°29′
62Mallone LakeLac Mallone46°19′ 75°31′
63À Dick LakeLac à Dick46°20′ 75°30′
64Fraser LakeLac Fraser45°23′ 72°11′
65Lake Saint-DenisLac Saint-Denis45°56′ 74°19′
66À la Truite LakeLac à la Truite45°56′ 74°31′
67Mohawk LakeLac Mohawk45°56′ 74°21′
68Noir LakeLac Noir45°56′ 74°22′
69Connelly LakeLac Connelly45°54′ 73°58′
70Berry LakeLac Berry48°47′ 78°22′
71Filion LakeLac Filion48°50′ 78°24′
72Magny LakeLac Magny48°51′ 78°23′
73Bleu LakeLac Bleu45°52′ 73°59′
74Barrière LakeLac Barrière45°53′ 75°06′
75De l’Achigan LakeLac de l’Achigan45°56′ 73°58′
76Des Français LakeLac des Français45°26′ 72°13′
77Des Deux Montagnes Lake, Vaudreuil Bay, in the area located to the west of a straight line joining the northern limit of Du Club Street at a point at coordinates 45°23′29″ 74°00′47″ and a point on Lot 2257 at coordinates 45°24′55″ 74°00′45″
78Simon LakeLac Simon45°58′ 75°05′
79Gagnon LakeLac Gagnon46°06′40″
75°05′59″
80Leamy Lake, the north passage linking the lake to the Gatineau River and the northern half of the south passage linking the lake to De la Carrière LakeLac Leamy45°27′ 75°43′
81Gilman LakeLac Gilman49°55′ 74°20′
82Nairne LakeLac Nairne47°41′09″
70°20′57″

PART 4Manitoba

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1Red RiverRed River49°44′27″
97°07′35″
to
50°57′41″
97°04′15″
2Assiniboine RiverAssiniboine River49°52′17″
97°26′50″
to
49°53′09″
97°07′41″

SCHEDULE 9 / ANNEXE 9(Sections 8 and 9 / Articles 8 et 9)

TABLE 1 / TABLEAU 1

Table 1 contains letters A to H. A contains a line of numbers 12345 on top of another line of numbers 67890. B contains a grey outline of a circle with a diagonal line running through it. C contains a grey outline of a diamond shape with two lines running through it bisecting each other. There is also a grey shade box signifying International Orange.
D contains a propeller symbol. E contains a propeller symbol superimposed by a gas pump. F contains the words MAX kW. G contains the words MAX km/h. H contains the word SKI. There is also a grey shade box signifying International Orange.

TABLE 2 / TABLEAU 2

Table 2 contains letters A to D. A contains a clock with dashes indicating every five minutes and a grey dotted portion marking from 10 minutes to about 24 minutes. B contains seven boxes in a row with the first letter of each of the days of the week in English and in French with Saturday and Sunday marked with grey dots. C contains eight boxes in a row with the first letter of each of the months of the year from April to November with April and November marked with grey dots. There is also a grey shade box signifying Green and a box with grey dots signifying Red.
D contains a black and white compass rose within an outline of a square. There is also a grey shade box signifying International Orange.

TABLE 3 / TABLEAU 3

FIGURE 1

Grey outline of a circle. There is also a grey shade box signifying International Orange.

FIGURE 2

Grey outline of a circle with an arrow pointing to the left. There is also a grey shade box signifying International Orange.

FIGURE 3

Grey outline of a circle with an arrow pointing to the right. There is also a grey shade box signifying International Orange.

FIGURE 4

Grey outline of an elongated circle. There is also a grey shade box signifying International Orange.

FIGURE 5

Grey outline of a half-circle above a black line surmounting an outline of a half-rectangle in a lighter shade of grey. There is also a grey shade box signifying International Orange and a lighter grey shade box signifying Green.

FIGURE 6

Grey outline of a square. There is also a grey shade box signifying International Orange.
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