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Contraventions Regulations (SOR/96-313)

Regulations are current to 2019-08-28 and last amended on 2019-06-17. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE I.01(Sections 1 to 3)Canada National Parks Act

PART I[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 12]

PART I.001

Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada Snowshoe Hare Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada Snowshoe Hare RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
15Snaring snowshoe hare without a permit200
26Possessing snowshoe hare without a permit100
38(3)Failing to sign a permit on receipt50
411(a)
  • (a) Transferring a permit

50
  • (b) Assigning a permit

50
511(b)Using a snare other than one that is constructed of metallic wire100
611(c)Setting a snare in a manner capable of capturing an animal other than a snowshoe hare200
711(d)Setting more snares than the maximum number of snowshoe hares that may be snared100 plus 10 per snare exceeding maximum
811(e)Baiting a snare100
911(f)
  • (a) Cutting flora while snaring

100
  • (b) Damaging flora while snaring

100
1011(g)Leaving a snare unattended for more than 48 hours100
1111(h)Snaring snowshoe hare in a closed area200
1211(i)Removing the tag attached to the snowshoe hare before the hare is prepared for human consumption50
1312(a)
  • (a) Failing to carry a permit when snaring snowshoe hare

50
  • (b) Failing to carry a permit when in possession of snowshoe hare

50
1412(b)Failing to immediately produce for examination snares, snowshoe hares in their possession or snare permit200
1512(c)Failing to attach a tag to each snowshoe hare using specified method50 plus 10 per snowshoe hare not tagged using specified method
1612(d)Failing to report, without delay, any accidental capture100
1712(e)Failing to reduce the number of snares100
1813(1)
  • (a) Failing to remove snares when the limit of snowshoe hare has been reached or within 48 hours after expiry of the permit

200
  • (b) Failing to remove snaring line indicators and trail indicators when the limit of snowshoe hare has been reached or within 48 hours after expiry of the permit

150
1914(1)Failing to return permit within 60 days after its expiry100
2014(2)Failing to record the prescribed information on the back of the permit100

PART I.002

National Historic Parks General Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Historic Parks General RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)
  • (a) Disturbing an archaeological site or a historical resource

300
  • (b) Removing an archaeological site or a historical resource

300
  • (c) Defacing an archaeological site or a historical resource

300
  • (d) Damaging an archaeological site or a historical resource

300
  • (e) Destroying an archaeological site or a historical resource

300
24(1)
  • (a) Removing flora, fauna or a natural object

300
  • (b) Defacing flora, fauna or a natural object

300
  • (c) Damaging flora, fauna or a natural object

300
  • (d) Destroying flora, fauna or a natural object

300
35
  • (a) Removing a structure, signboard, sign or notice

200
  • (b) Defacing a structure, signboard, sign or notice

200
  • (c) Damaging a structure, signboard, sign or notice

200
  • (d) Destroying a structure, signboard, sign or notice

200
46
  • (a) Depositing matter outside of a specified place

200
  • (b) Depositing matter outside of a specified time

200
  • (c) Depositing matter contrary to specified conditions

200
57Polluting a watercourse500
68
  • (a) Obstructing a watercourse

500
  • (b) Diverting a watercourse

500
  • (c) Interfering with a watercourse

500
712(5)
  • (a) Engaging in a restricted activity contrary to prescribed terms and conditions

200
  • (b) Entering a restricted area contrary to prescribed terms and conditions

200
813(5)Carrying on a designated activity without being the holder of an authorization200
913(6)Failing to produce an authorization on request200
1015(1)
  • (a) Using land without a permit

100
  • (b) Occupying land without a permit

100
  • (c) Residing in a park without a permit

100
  • (d) Camping without a permit

100
  • (e) Erecting a structure without a permit

100
  • (f) Using a structure without a permit

100
  • (g) Parking a vehicle for the purpose of camping without a permit

100
1117
  • (a) Permitting another person to use land for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (b) Permitting another person to occupy land for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (c) Permitting another person to reside in a park for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (d) Permitting another person to camp for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (e) Permitting another person to erect a structure for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (f) Permitting another person to use a structure for valuable consideration or gain

100
  • (g) Permitting another person to park a vehicle for valuable consideration or gain

100
1220Failing to maintain an area to which a camping permit applies in a satisfactory condition100
1323(1)Failing to remove a trailer, vehicle, structure, chattel or article from the area in respect of which a camping permit was issued100
1424
  • (a) Unlawfully kindling a fire

200
  • (b) Unlawfully maintaining a fire

200
1527(a)Allowing a fire to spread beyond the confines of a fireplace, portable stove or barbecue200
1627(b)Discarding a burning substance except in a receptacle provided for that purpose100
1727(c)Discarding an unused match or an article or substance that could cause the kindling of a fire, except in a receptacle provided for that purpose100
1827(d)Operating without satisfactory precautions a machine or equipment that could kindle a fire100
1927(e)
  • (a) Allowing brush or inflammable material to accumulate in an unsatisfactory manner

100
  • (b) Allowing brush or inflammable material to be stored in an unsatisfactory manner

100
  • (c) Allowing brush or inflammable material to be handled in an unsatisfactory manner

100
  • (d) Allowing brush or inflammable material to be transported in an unsatisfactory manner

100
  • (e) Allowing brush or inflammable material to be disposed of in an unsatisfactory manner

100
2027(f)Leaving a fire unattended100
2129
  • (a) Taking off, without authorization, in an aircraft, sail plane, glider, body kite, hang glider or other device

500
  • (b) Landing, without authorization, in an aircraft, sail plane, glider, body kite, hang glider or other device

500
  • (c) Depositing persons, without authorization, from an aircraft, sail plane, glider, body kite, hang glider or other device

500
  • (d) Depositing objects, without authorization, from an aircraft, sail plane, glider, body kite, hang glider or other device

500
2230(1)Operating or using on or under a watercourse, without authorization, a motorized vessel, water-skiing equipment or subsurface diving equipment200
2330(3)
  • (a) Draining waste or refuse from a vessel into a watercourse

500
  • (b) Dumping waste or refuse from a vessel into a watercourse

500
  • (c) Discharging waste or refuse from a vessel into a watercourse

500
2431Mooring a vessel in the approach to or in the lee of a wharf in a manner that obstructs the free flow of vessels100
2533(1)Undertaking an underwater activity without placing a clearly visible diver’s marker200
2633(2)Failing to operate a vessel in the vicinity of a diver’s marker with due caution and at a slow speed300
2735
  • (a) Displaying an advertisement or a handbill without a permit

30
  • (b) Distributing an advertisement or a handbill without a permit

30
2836(1)(a)Causing excessive noise200
2936(1)(b)Unreasonably disturbing other persons200
3036(1)(c)Unreasonably interfering with fauna or a park’s natural beauty200
3136(1)(d)Threatening historic resources500
3236(1)(e)
  • (a) Creating a nuisance

200
  • (b) Causing a nuisance

200
3336(3)
  • (a) Entering without permission a park within one year of removal

300
  • (b) Attempting to enter without permission a park within one year of removal

300

PART I.01

National Historic Parks Wildlife and Domestic Animals Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Historic Parks Wildlife and Domestic Animals RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
14(a)
  • (a) Disturbing wildlife

500
  • (b) Hunting wildlife

500
  • (c) Capturing wildlife

500
  • (d) Destroying wildlife

500
24(b)Possessing wildlife killed or procured within a park500
34(c)Possessing wildlife during a closed season for that wildlife500
44(d)
  • (a) Touching wildlife

200
  • (b) Feeding wildlife

300
  • (c) Enticing wildlife to approach by holding out food-stuffs or bait

300
55(2)Holder of a scientific purpose permit removing taken or killed wildlife without permission300
66(1)Unlawfully possessing a firearm500
77(1)
  • (a) Using a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug to capture wildlife

500
  • (b) Using a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug to injure wildlife

500
  • (c) Using a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug to destroy wildlife

500
  • (d) Possessing a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug that may be used to capture wildlife

500
  • (e) Possessing a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug that may be used to injure wildlife

500
  • (f) Possessing a poison, poisonous substance, gas or drug that may be used to destroy wildlife

500
88Shining a movable light having a voltage greater than 4.5 V between sunset and sunrise250
910(a)Failing to allow a peace officer to inspect a firearm200
1010(b)Failing to allow a peace officer to inspect a firearm permit200
1112(a)
  • (a) Bringing a domestic animal into a building

50
  • (b) Keeping a domestic animal in a building

50
1212(b)
  • (a) Bringing a domestic animal onto a beach where public swimming is allowed

50
  • (b) Keeping a domestic animal on a beach where public swimming is allowed

50
1312(c)
  • (a) Bringing a domestic animal into a prohibited area

50
  • (b) Keeping a domestic animal in a prohibited area

50
1413(1)
  • (a) Bringing a domestic animal that is not under physical control at all times into a park

75
  • (b) Failing to keep a domestic animal under physical control at all times

75
1515(a)Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not cause an unreasonable disturbance to persons150
1615(b)
  • (a) Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not bite or injure a person

500
  • (b) Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not attempt to bite or injure a person

150
1715(c)Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not have any contagious or dangerous disease150
1815(d)
  • (a) Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not harass wildlife or other domestic animals

150
  • (b) Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not chase wildlife or other domestic animals

150
  • (c) Failing to ensure that a domestic animal does not disturb wildlife or other domestic animals

150
1917
  • (a) Keeping in a park a domestic animal that is subject to a removal order

200
  • (b) Allowing a domestic animal that is subject to a removal order to remain in a park

200
2019Removing an impounded animal without paying the applicable fee100
2121Keeper of domestic animal failing to assist in capturing the animal100

PART I.02

National Parks of Canada Aircraft Access Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Aircraft Access RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
12(1)
  • (a) Take off an aircraft in an unauthorized park

500
  • (b) Land an aircraft in an unauthorized park

500
  • (c) Take off an aircraft from an unauthorized location

500
  • (d) Land an aircraft at an unauthorized location

500
22(2)
  • (a) Take off an aircraft in a prescribed park without a permit

500
  • (b) Land an aircraft in a prescribed park without a permit

500

PART I.1

National Parks of Canada Camping Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Camping RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)
  • (a) Camping on public land other than in accordance with a permit

50
  • (b) Residing on public land other than in accordance with a permit

50
25(3)
  • (a) Camping contrary to conditions prescribed by notice

75
  • (b) Camping contrary to prohibitions set out by notice

75
310(a)Using public building for sleeping25
410(b)
  • (a) Erecting a structure in a park

30
  • (b) Affixing material to a public building

30
510(c)Leaving personal effects on public facilities longer than required30
610(e)
  • (a) Kindling a fire

100
  • (b) Renewing or maintaining a fire

100
  • (c) Allowing a fire to burn in the open

100
710(f)Locating more than one portable cabin, tent or trailer on a campsite30
811(1)Using fuel, except in a public fireplace, barbecue, grill or portable stove30
917Entering a campground within 48 hours of cancellation of permit100
1018(1)Failure to remove articles from campsite50

PART II

National Parks of Canada Domestic Animals Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Domestic Animals RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)(a)
  • (a) Bringing into or keeping cattle in a park

100
  • (b) Bringing into or keeping a sheep in a park

100
  • (c) Bringing into or keeping a pig in a park

100
  • (d) Bringing into or keeping a goat in a park

100
  • (e) Bringing into or keeping live poultry in a park

100
23(2)(a)
  • (a) Keeping a dog without a permit

50
  • (b) Keeping a cat without a permit

50
  • (c) [Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 19]

33(2)(b)Bringing a domestic animal where not permitted without a permit50
43(2)(c)
  • (a) Grazing a horse without a permit

75
  • (b) Grazing a donkey without a permit

75
  • (c) Grazing a mule without a permit

75
  • (d) Grazing a llama without a permit

75
54(3)Failure to securely fix tag on domestic animal25
65Failure to have domestic animal under physical control50
75(a)
  • (a) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to chase a person

75
  • (b) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to chase another domestic animal

75
  • (c) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to chase wildlife

75
  • (d) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to molest a person

75
  • (e) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to molest another domestic animal

75
  • (f) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to molest wildlife

75
  • (g) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to bite a person

75
  • (h) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to bite another domestic animal

75
  • (i) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to bite wildlife

75
  • (j) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to injure a person

75
  • (k) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to injure another domestic animal

75
  • (l) Keeper of domestic animal permitting it to injure wildlife

75
86Failure to pick up and remove fecal matter50

PART III

National Parks of Canada Fire Protection Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Fire Protection RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(2)(a)Entering an area or highway referred to in a notice100
23(2)(b)Smoking in an area referred to in a notice200
2.13(2)(c)Starting or maintaining a fire in an area referred to in a notice200
34(1)Starting or maintaining a fire100
44(2)Using fuel not suitable for fireplace or appliance75
54(4)Failure to extinguish fire200
65(3)(a)Allowing a fire to spread100
75(3)(b)Discarding a burning substance100
85(3)(f)Leaving a fire unattended100
96Failure to immediately report unattended fire100
10[Repealed, SOR/2016-200, s. 27]

PART IV

National Parks of Canada Fishing Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Fishing RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)(a)Fishing other than in accordance with a permit100
23(1)(b)
  • (a) Salmon fishing without licence

200
  • (b) Salmon fishing without unused tag

200
37Failure to carry and produce fishing permit, salmon licence, soft-shell clam permit or lake trout endorsement50
47.1(1)(a)Failure to register catch of salmon50
57.1(1)(b)Failure to maintain record of catch of salmon50
67.1(1)(c)Failure to submit record of catch of salmon50
77.3Failure to register daily catch in La Mauricie National Park50
89(2)Unlawful fishing100
910(1)(a)Catching and retaining prescribed species of fish in excess of prescribed daily limit50 plus 25 per fish over limit
9.110(1)(b)Catching and retaining prescribed species of fish outside prescribed overall length50 plus 25 per fish exceeding length limit
1010(2)(a)Possession of prescribed species of fish in excess of prescribed daily limit50 plus 25 per fish over limit
10.110(2)(b)Possession of prescribed species of fish outside prescribed overall length50 plus 25 per fish exceeding length limit
1111(a)Catching and retaining more than the prescribed daily limit50 plus 25 per fish over limit
1211(b)Possession of more than the prescribed daily limit50 plus 25 per fish over limit
1311(c)Fishing after having caught and retained daily limit75
1412Fishing in La Mauricie National Park after having caught and retained limit100
1515(1)Fishing by a method other than angling75
15.115(2)Possession of prohibited fishing equipment within 100 m of park waters100
1615(3)Possession of prohibited fishing equipment within limits of park100
1715(4)
  • (a) Fishing from a bridge

75
  • (b) Fishing from a structure that crosses park waters

75
1815(5)Possession of fishing equipment, other than inside a motor vehicle, without a fishing permit100
1915(6)Using an unauthorized artificial fly75
2015(7)
  • (a) Using a fish finder while fishing in Kejimkujik National Park

100
  • (b) Using a fish finder while fishing in La Mauricie National Park

100
2116Fishing by foul hooking75
2217(a)Using more than one fishing line50
22.117(b)Fishing with a fishing line having more than one artificial fly or other bait100
22.217(c)Fishing with a fishing line having an artificial fly with natural bait100
2317(d)Using hooks capable of catching more than one fish at a time50
23.117(e)Fishing with a fishing line having more than one type of lure100
23.217(f)
  • (a) Fishing with a lure having more than two single hooks

100
  • (b) Fishing with a lure having more than two gang-hooks

100
  • (c) Fishing with a lure having more than one single hook and one gang-hook

100
23.317(g)Fishing with a gang-hook having more than three hooks100
23.417(h)Fishing with a lead sinker or lead jig weighing less than 50 g100
23.517.1
  • (a) Fishing with a hook from which the barbs have not been removed or pinched to the shaft of the hook in Riding Mountain National Park

100
  • (b) Fishing with a hook from which the barbs have not been removed or pinched to the shaft of the hook in Point Pelee National Park

100
23.617.2Fishing with a hook from which the barbs have not been removed or pinched to the shaft of the hook in prohibited waters100
23.717.3
  • (a) Fishing prescribed species of fish with a lure other than an artificial fly in prescribed waters of Kejimkujik National Park

100
  • (b) Fishing prescribed species of fish with hook from which the barbs have not been removed in prescribed waters of Kejimkujik National Park

100
  • (c) Fishing prescribed species of fish with hook from which the barbs have not been pinched to the shaft of the hook in prescribed waters of Kejimkujik National Park

100
23.817.4Possession of lead jig or lead sinker weighing less than 50 g while fishing100
2418Leaving fishing line unattended50
2519(2)Possession of gaff-hook or tailer75
2620(a)Fishing in prohibited waters100
2720(c)Fishing in waters designated for swimming or as a marina50
2821(1)Fishing other than by artificial fly angling100
2922(1)Fishing during prohibited hours50
29.122(2)Fishing in waters of prescribed parks during prohibited hours100
3023
  • (a) Fishing for salmon fry

100
  • (b) Possession of salmon fry

100
  • (c) Fishing for parr

100
  • (d) Possession of parr

100
  • (e) Fishing for smolt

100
  • (f) Possession of smolt

100
  • (g) Fishing for spent salmon

100
  • (h) Possession of spent salmon

100
3124(1)
  • (a) Use of live fish eggs for bait

75
  • (b) Possession of live fish eggs

75
  • (c) Use of live minnows for bait

75
  • (d) Possession of live minnows

75
31.124.1
  • (a) Fishing soft-shelled clams with illegal equipment in Kejimkujik National Park

100
  • (b) Fishing soft-shelled clams with illegal equipment in Kouchibouguac National Park

100
3224(2)
  • (a) Use of live fish for bait

75
  • (b) Possession of live fish for use as bait

75
  • (c) Use of dead fish for bait

75
  • (d) Possession of dead fish for use as bait

75
  • (e) Use of parts of dead fish for bait

75
  • (f) Possession of parts of dead fish for use as bait

75
3324(3)
  • (a) Use of dead fish eggs for bait

75
  • (b) Possession of dead fish eggs

75
3426(1)Putting food for fish in waters75
3531.1
  • (a) Harassing fish

50
  • (b) Disturbing fish

50
  • (c) Chasing fish

50
3634(1)
  • (a) Failure to store fish in containers in ice-fishing area

50
  • (b) Failure to store offal in containers in ice-fishing area

50
  • (c) Failure to store refuse in containers in ice-fishing area

50
  • (d) Failure to store deleterious substances in containers in ice-fishing area

50
  • (e) Failure to remove containers from ice-fishing area

50
36.134(5)Ice fishing in flowing waters of Banff National Park50
3735(3)(a)Fishing in waters closed by notice100
3835(3)(b)Exceeding the extent of fishing set out in notice100
3937(a)Failure to register catch75
4037(b)Failure to maintain record of catch75
4137(c)Failure to submit record of catch75

PART V

National Parks of Canada Garbage Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks of Canada Garbage RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
14(a)Failure to provide and maintain sufficient containers50
24(b)Failure to place garbage in proper containers50
34(c)Failure to drain and wrap wet garbage50
44(d)Failure to set out containers as required50
54(e)Failure to remove containers within specified period50
64(f)Failure to securely close containers100
74(g)Failure to store garbage in approved enclosures100
84(h)Failure to securely tie combustible rubbish in bundles50
94(i)Failure to prepare yard rubbish50
104(j)Failure to extinguish ashes or coals50
114(k)Setting out bulky wastes at improper time50
124(l)Setting out waste not suitable for collection50
134(m)Failure to keep street, sidewalk or boulevard free of garbage50
145(2)Delivering waste other than in accordance with a permit50
156(1)Conveying garbage in improper vehicle100
168Unlawfully discarding or disposing of garbage100
179(1)Accumulating garbage on owner’s premises75

PART VI

National Parks General Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks General RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
15(2)Entering closed public recreational facilities50
26(3)(a)Failure to register prior to undertaking hazardous activity75
36(3)(b)Failure to register immediately on completing hazardous activity75
47(4)
  • (a) Engaging in a restricted activity other than in accordance with a permit

100
  • (b) Use of a restricted area other than in accordance with a permit

100
  • (c) Entering and travelling in a restricted area other than in accordance with a permit

100
57.1(4)Unlawfully engaging in a designated activity30
67.1(6)Failure to produce authorization for inspection50
710
  • (a) Removal of a natural object

100
  • (b) Defacing, damaging or destroying a natural object

100
813
  • (a) Removing a signboard

100
  • (b) Defacing, damaging or destroying a signboard

100
  • (c) Removing a sign or notice

100
  • (d) Defacing, damaging or destroying a sign or notice

100
9[Repealed, SOR/98-353, s. 3]
1016Polluting a watercourse200
1117Obstructing or diverting a watercourse100
1221
  • (a) Using motorized watercraft in prohibited area

75
  • (b) Using water-skiing equipment in prohibited area

75
  • (c) Using sub-surface diving equipment in prohibited area

75
1324(2)Mooring a watercraft50
1425(2)Mooring a watercraft in reserved area50
1526(2)Mooring a watercraft for period longer than specified30
1628
  • (a) Depositing snow

100
  • (b) Depositing leaves

100
  • (c) Depositing rubbish

100
  • (d) Depositing offensive matter

100
1732(1)(a)Causing excessive noise100
1832(1)(b)Unreasonable behaviour100
18.132(1)(c)Unreasonable interference with fauna or natural beauty of a Park100
18.232(3)Entering a Park without permission within one year following removal from that Park200
1933
  • (a) Displaying advertisement or handbill

30
  • (b) Distributing advertisement or handbill

50
19.135(1)Possession of explosives without permit100
2036(3)Entering closed area100

PART VII

National Parks Highway Traffic Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks Highway Traffic RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
13(1)Operating a vehicle off a highway in a park without a permit100
211(a)
  • (a) Operating a motor vehicle without required licence

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operating a motor vehicle without required permit

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
311(b)
  • (a) Operating an unregistered motor vehicle

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
  • (b) Operating an improperly equipped motor vehicle

An amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
3.111(c)Operating motor vehicle without wearing required equipmentAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
412(1)Operating motor vehicle in contravention of provincial lawsAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
515Disposing of waste matter on highway in a park200
616(3)Failure to obey instructions on traffic sign or device50
721Failure to comply with traffic directions50
822(a)
  • (a) Failure to stop motor vehicle on request of a peace officer in a park

75
  • (b) Failure to give information requested by a peace officer in a park

75
922(b)
  • (a) Failure to produce a licence or permit for inspection by a peace officer

75
  • (b) Failure to produce a pass for inspection by a peace officer

75
  • (c) Failure to produce a certificate for inspection by a peace officer

75
1023(2)(a)Parking in a designated area without permit25
1123(2)(b)Failure to expose attached parking permit label to motor vehicle25
1223(2)(c)Parking other than in accordance with the terms of parking permit25
1323(3)Exceeding parking period designated by sign25
1426(a)Abandoning a motor vehicle in a park75
1526(b)Parking a motor vehicle in a prescribed area for more than 48 hours without permission25
1627
  • (a) Parking a motor vehicle within 6 m of highway intersection

25
  • (b) Parking a motor vehicle within 3 m of water hydrant or fire plug

25
1728(2)Parking on a sidewalk without permission25
1828(3)
  • (a) Stopping a motor vehicle against direction of traffic without permission

25
  • (b) Stopping a motor vehicle not parallel with highway without permission

25
  • (c) Stopping a motor vehicle more than one foot from edge of highway without permission

25
  • (d) Parking a motor vehicle against direction of traffic without permission

25
  • (e) Parking a motor vehicle not parallel with highway without permission

25
  • (f) Parking a motor vehicle more than one foot from edge of highway without permission

25
1929
  • (a) Stopping a motor vehicle in a public lane

25
  • (b) Parking a motor vehicle in a public lane

25
2032(1)SpeedingAn amount equal to the amount of the fine for contravening a provincial or municipal law relating to the operation of a vehicle, applicable in the place where the contravention was committed, in the case where the contravention is enforced by means of a ticketing procedure, up to a maximum of $500
2133
  • (a) Driving a motor vehicle carelessly

250
  • (b) Riding a bicycle carelessly

100
  • (c) Riding a horse carelessly

100
  • (d) Riding an animal carelessly

100
2240(1)Driving a motor vehicle in a park without adequate snow tires or chains on snow or ice covered highway75
2341(1)(a)Operating an over-snow vehicle without written permission in a park75
2441(1)(b)
  • (a) Operating an over-snow vehicle not licensed as required in a park

75
  • (b) Operating an over-snow vehicle not registered as required in a park

75
  • (c) Operating an over-snow vehicle not equipped as required in a park

75
2541(1)(c)Operating an over-snow vehicle in a park other than in accordance with specified terms75
2641(1)(d)Operating an over-snow vehicle in a park while not wearing required equipment75
2741(2)Operating an all-terrain vehicle in a park without permission75
2845Failure to secure and bind load or place load in container to prevent escape100

PART VIII

National Parks Wildlife Regulations

Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemProvision of National Parks Wildlife RegulationsShort-Form DescriptionFine ($)
14(1)(a)Disturbing wildlife200
1.14(1)(c)Possession of wildlife killed or procured within a Park200
24(1)(e)
  • (a) Disturbing a nest

75
  • (b) Disturbing a lair

75
  • (c) Disturbing a den

75
  • (d) Disturbing a beaver house

75
  • (e) Disturbing a beaver dam

75
  • (f) Destroying a nest

150
  • (g) Destroying a lair

150
  • (h) Destroying a den

150
  • (i) Destroying a beaver house

150
  • (j) Destroying a beaver dam

150
34(1)(f)
  • (a) Touching wildlife

200
  • (b) Feeding wildlife

200
  • (c) Enticing wildlife to approach

200
418Possession of firearm in prohibited area150
520(1)Possession of loaded firearm200
6[Repealed, SOR/97-469, s. 24]
720(1)Possession in a Park of loaded firearm that is not encased or is not wrapped and tied150
820(3)(a)
  • (a) Having a loaded firearm in or on a vehicle

200
  • (b) Having a loaded firearm on a vessel

200
  • (c) Having a loaded firearm in an aircraft

200
920(5)
  • (a) Carrying a firearm outside a vehicle

250
  • (b) Carrying a firearm outside a vessel

250
  • (c) Carrying a firearm outside an aircraft

250
  • (d) Carrying a trap outside a vehicle

250
  • (e) Carrying a trap outside a vessel

250
  • (f) Carrying a trap outside an aircraft

250
9.120(7)
  • (a) Possession of firearm in prescribed Park

250
  • (b) Possession of device for capturing wildlife in prescribed Park

250
  • (c) Possession of device for destroying wildlife in prescribed Park

250
1021(a)
  • (a) Failure to allow inspection of firearm

150
  • (b) Failure to allow inspection of trap

150
1121(b)
  • (a) Failure to allow inspection of firearm permit

150
  • (b) Failure to allow inspection of trap permit

150
  • SOR/97-161, ss. 10(F), 11, 12
  • SOR/97-469, ss. 5 to 26
  • SOR/98-254, ss. 4, 5
  • SOR/98-255, s. 3
  • SOR/98-353, ss. 2, 3
  • SOR/98-383, ss. 3, 4
  • SOR/2001-517, s. 10
  • SOR/2003-7, ss. 1 to 3
  • SOR/2007-58, ss. 1, 2
  • SOR/2016-200, ss. 12 to 31
  • SOR/2016-299, ss. 2, 3
 
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