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Vol. 145, No. 8 — February 19, 2011

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to section 127 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, Disposal at Sea Permit No. 4543-2-03525 authorizing the loading for disposal and the disposal of waste or other matter at sea is approved.

 1. Permittee: BelPacific Excavating & Shoring Limited Partnership, Burnaby, British Columbia.

 2. Waste or other matter to be disposed of: Inert, inorganic geological matter.

2.1. Nature of waste or other matter: Inert, inorganic geological matter; all wood, topsoil, asphalt and other debris must be segregated for disposal by methods other than disposal at sea.

 3. Duration of permit: Permit is valid from March 21, 2011, to March 20, 2012.

 4. Loading site(s):

  • (a) Various approved excavation sites in British Columbia, at approximately 49°16.35′ N, 123°06.70′ W (NAD83); and
  • (b) Out-loading facility, Vancouver, British Columbia, at approximately 49°12.05′ N, 123°08.44′ W (NAD83).

 5. Disposal site(s): Point Grey Disposal Site, within a one nautical mile radius of 49°15.40′ N, 123°21.90′ W (NAD83).

 6. Method of loading: Loading will be carried out using land-based heavy equipment, trucks or conveyor belts.

 7. Route to disposal site(s) and method of transport: Most direct navigational route from the out-loading facility to the disposal site via hopper scow or towed scow.

 8. Method of disposal: Disposal will be carried out by bottom dumping or end dumping.

 9. Total quantity to be disposed of: Not to exceed 200 000 m3 place measure.

10. Approvals: The Permittee shall obtain from the permit-issuing office a letter of approval for each loading and disposal activity prior to undertaking the work, and conduct these activities in accordance with the relevant letter of approval.

11. Fees: The fee prescribed by the Disposal at Sea Permit Fee Regulations shall be paid by the Permittee in accordance with those Regulations.

12. Inspection:

12.1. By accepting this permit, the Permittee and their contractors accept that they are subject to inspection pursuant to Part 10 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

12.2. The Permittee shall ensure that records of all loading and disposal activities are kept on site for the duration of the permit and are available for inspection for two years following the expiry of the permit by any enforcement officer or analyst.

12.3. Ships operating under the authority of this permit shall carry and display a radar-reflecting device at all times mounted on the highest practical location.

13. Contractors:

13.1. The loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit shall not be carried out by any person without written authorization from the Permittee.

13.2. The Permittee shall ensure that all persons involved in the loading, transport or disposal activities authorized by this permit conduct these activities in accordance with the relevant permit conditions.

14. Reporting and notification:

14.1. The Permittee shall provide the following information at least 48 hours before loading and disposal activities commence: name or number of ship, platform or structure used to carry out the loading and/or disposal, name of the contractor including corporate and on-site contact information, and expected period of loading and disposal activities. The above-noted information shall be submitted to Environment Canada’s Environmental Enforcement Division, Pacific and Yukon Region, 604-666-9059 (fax) or das.pyr@ec.gc.ca (email).

14.2. The Permittee shall submit a written report to the Minister, as represented by the Regional Director of the Environmental Protection Operations Directorate, Pacific and Yukon Region, 201–401 Burrard Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 3S5, 604-666-5928 (fax) or das.pyr@ec.gc.ca (email), within 30 days of either the completion of the work or the expiry of the permit, whichever comes first. This report shall contain the following information: a list of all work completed pursuant to the permit, including the location of the loading and disposal sites used, the quantity of matter disposed of at the disposal site(s), and the dates on which disposal activities occurred.

14.3. At all times, a copy of this permit and of documents and drawings referenced in this permit shall be available at the loading site and on all powered ships directly engaged in the loading and disposal operations.

15. Special precautions:

15.1. The loading and disposal at sea referred to under this permit shall be carried out in accordance with the mitigation measures summarized in the report titled “Environmental Assessment Report — BelPacific Excavating and Shoring Limited Partnership — Loading of Inert, Inorganic Geological Matter resulting from Excavation at Various Sites in the City of Vancouver and Adjacent Municipalities and Subsequent Disposal at Sea 4543-2-03525” (February 2011).

DANIEL WOLFISH
Regional Director
Environmental Protection Operations Directorate
Pacific and Yukon Region
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to section 127 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, Disposal at Sea Permit No. 4543-2-04365 authorizing the loading for disposal and the disposal of waste or other matter at sea is approved.

 1. Permittee: Department of Public Works and Government Services, Quebec.

 2. Waste or other matter to be disposed of: Dredged material.

2.1. Nature of waste or other matter: Dredged material consisting of gravel, sand, silt, clay and colloids.

 3. Duration of permit: Permit is valid from March 21, 2011, to December 31, 2011.

3.1. The loading and disposal at sea activities are restricted to the followings periods: from March 21 to May 4, 2011, from June 11 to June 30, 2011, and from September 1 to December 31, 2011. The Permittee may modify the duration of the restriction periods with the written approval of the Department of the Environment.

 4. Loading site(s): Pointe-Basse Harbour, Quebec, 47°23.36′ N, 61°47.45′ W (NAD83), with the exception of the zone of exclusion described in the Annex 1 of the addendum (2011) of the screening report titled “Dragage d’entretien du havre de Pointe-Basse, Îles-de-la-Madeleine,” February 2009, by the Department of Public Works and Government Services and approved by the Department of the Environment, submitted in support of the permit application.

 5. Disposal site(s):

  • (a) PB-8b, 47°22.05′ N, 61°47.75′ W (NAD83). The disposal site is located at approximately 2.5 km south from the loading site; and
  • (b) Pointe-Basse Harbour, 47°23.36′ N, 61°47.45′ W (NAD83).

 6. Method of loading: Dredging will be carried out using a clamshell dredge or a hydraulic shovel.

 7. Route to disposal site(s) and method of transport: Most direct navigational route from the loading site to the disposal site via towed scow.

 8. Method of disposal: Disposal will be carried out by bottom dumping and levelling of the seabed by a steel beam, a scraper blade, or a hydraulic shovel.

 9. Total quantity to be disposed of: Not to exceed 14 000 m3 scow measure.

10. Fees: The fee prescribed by the Disposal at Sea Permit Fee Regulations shall be paid by the Permittee in accordance with those Regulations.

11. Inspection: By accepting this permit, the Permittee and their contractors accept that they are subject to inspection pursuant to Part 10 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

11.1. The Permittee shall ensure that records of all loading and disposal activities are kept on site for the duration of the permit and are available for inspection for two years following the expiry of the permit by any enforcement officer or analyst.

12. Contractors: The loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit shall not be carried out by any person without written authorization from the Permittee.

12.1. The Permittee shall ensure that all persons involved in the loading, transport or disposal activities authorized by this permit conduct these activities in accordance with the relevant permit conditions.

13. Reporting and notification: The Permittee shall provide the following information at least 48 hours before loading and disposal activities commence: name or number of ship, platform or structure used to carry out the loading and/or disposal, name of the contractor including corporate and on-site contact information, and expected period of loading and disposal activities. The above-noted information shall be submitted to the Regional Director, Environmental Protection Operations Directorate, Department of the Environment, Quebec Region, 105 McGill Street, 4th Floor, Montréal, Quebec H2Y 2E7, 514-496-6982 (fax), immersion.dpe@ec.gc.ca (email).

13.1. The Permittee must complete the Register of Disposal at Sea Operations as provided by the Department of the Environment. This register must, at all times, be kept aboard any vessel involved with the disposal operations and be accessible to enforcement officers designated under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

13.2. At all times, a copy of this permit, documents and drawings referenced in this permit shall be available at the loading site and on all powered ships directly engaged in the loading and disposal operations.

13.3. The Permittee must keep a written register of the time of departure of the vessel to the disposal site and advise the Canadian Coast Guard station once per day of the departure times entered in the register. The Permittee must record these communications in the register mentioned in the paragraph 13.1.

13.4. The Permittee shall submit a written report to the Minister, as represented by the Regional Director identified in paragraph 13, within 30 days of either the completion of the work or the expiry of the permit, whichever comes first. This report shall contain the following information: a list of all work completed pursuant to the permit, including the names of the loading and disposal sites used, the quantity of matter disposed of at the disposal site(s), the dates on which disposal activities occurred and the Register of Disposal at Sea Operations.

JEAN-PIERRE DES ROSIERS
Regional Director
Environmental Protection Operations Directorate
Quebec Region
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment

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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

CANADA—GREECE TAX CONVENTION ACT, 2010

Coming into force of a tax treaty

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 6 of the Canada—Greece Tax Convention Act, 2010 (see footnote a), that the Tax Convention between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Hellenic Republic and its Protocol, which were signed on June 29, 2009, and are set out, respectively, in Schedules 1 and 2 to the Act, entered into force on December 16, 2010.

Ottawa, February 10, 2011

JAMES M. FLAHERTY
Minister of Finance

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

CONTROLLED DRUGS AND SUBSTANCES ACT

Notice to interested parties — Proposal regarding the addition of Salvia divinorum and salvinorin A to Schedule III to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act

This notice provides interested stakeholders with the opportunity to provide comments on Health Canada’s proposal to add the plant Salvia divinorum (S. divinorum) and its main active ingredient salvinorin A to Schedule III to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA). Stakeholders may also identify themselves for inclusion in any future consultation.

The plant S. divinorum is a species of sage belonging to the mint family. Its leaves are generally chewed or smoked to obtain psychotropic effects. While uncertainty remains surrounding the health risks of S. divinorum, known effects are reported to be short-acting in nature and include hallucinations, dysphoria, out-of-body experiences, unconsciousness and short-term memory loss. The effects, which vary from person to person, are also often described as unpleasant. Neither S. divinorum nor salvinorin A are currently included in any of the schedules to the CDSA.

Recently there have been reports suggesting that Canadian teens and young adults are using S. divinorum for its ability to produce hallucinations. S. divinorum is widely touted as a “legal” hallucinogen on the Internet, and has also been reported to be one of the most prevalent herbal products used as an alternative to illicit drugs. (see footnote 1) Results from the Canadian Alcohol and Drug Use Monitoring Survey (CADUMS) reveal that, in 2009, 1.6% of Canadians aged 15 years and older reported having used S. divinorum at least once in their lifetime, with a much higher rate of use (7.3%) in youth aged 15–24 years. The results from the Canadian 2008–2009 Youth Smoking Survey also show that 5% of 15-year-olds have used S. divinorum in the past year. Moreover, the 2009 Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey (OSDUHS) indicated that 5.4% of Ontario students in grades 7–12 reported ever using S. divinorum and 4.4% of these students reported using this substance in the past year. Because its psychoactive effects resemble those of other substances included in Schedule III to the CDSA such as lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) and psilocybin, Health Canada is concerned that the ready availability and use of S. divinorum poses a risk to the health and safety of Canadians, particularly youth.

While S. divinorum and salvinorin A are not currently included in any of the United Nations drug control conventions, a number of countries have chosen to regulate one or both as controlled substances. Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Spain and Sweden have all placed controls on the import and/or sale of S. divinorum and/or salvinorin A. Some American states have also implemented laws restricting their use, sale and/or distribution.

Including these substances within Schedule III to the CDSA would prohibit possession, trafficking, possession for the purpose of trafficking, importation, exportation, possession for the purpose of exportation, and production (or cultivation). The scheduling of S. divinorum and salvinorin A under the CDSA will also enable law enforcement agencies to take action against suspected illegal activities involving these substances.

As this action is not intended to interfere with the use and availability of S. divinorum and/or salvinorin A for legitimate medical, scientific or industrial purposes, Health Canada is seeking information from stakeholders on whether there are any such uses in Canada. Information received in response to this notice will be instrumental in determining appropriate regulation under the CDSA.

The publication of this notice begins a 30-day comment period. There will be additional opportunities to provide comments as the federal regulatory process progresses.

If you are interested in this process or have comments on this proposal, please contact Stephanie Chandler, Regulatory Policy Division, Office of Controlled Substances, Address Locator: 3503D, 123 Slater Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 1B9, by fax at 613-946-4224 or by email at OCS.Policy.and.Regulatory.Affairs@hc-sc.gc.ca.

February 4, 2011

CATHY A. SABISTON
Director General
Controlled Substances and
Tobacco Directorate

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

FOOD AND DRUGS ACT

Food and Drug Regulations — Amendments

Interim Marketing Authorization

The addition of nutrients to foods sold in Canada is regulated under the Food and Drug Regulations (the Regulations). The current regulatory provisions list the types of foods that can be fortified, which nutrients can be added and the levels permitted in the particular food. Provision currently exists in the Regulations for the addition of vitamin D to products such as skim milk, partly skimmed milk, margarine and liquid whole eggs.

Health Canada has received a submission to permit the optional addition of vitamin D2-yeast to yeast-leavened bakery products at a level of 90 I.U. (2.25 µg) per 100 g. Health Canada has completed the safety assessment of the proposal to fortify yeast-leavened bread and unstandardized yeast-leavened bakery products such as pizza crust, bread mix, donuts, croissants and bagels. Evaluation of available data has demonstrated that the addition of vitamin D to the foods described above at a level of up to 90 I.U. (2.25 µg) per 100 g of product, as consumed, is safe. The evaluation also concluded that the source of vitamin D need not be limited to a yeast source.

The addition of vitamin D to yeast-leavened bread and unstandardized yeast-leavened bakery products will benefit consumers by providing additional sources of vitamin D thereby permitting higher intakes of this vitamin. It will also benefit industry by allowing the production of a broader range of products fortified with vitamin D.

Therefore, it is the intention of Health Canada to recommend that the Regulations be amended to permit the optional addition of vitamin D to bread, enriched bread, raisin bread, whole wheat bread, brown bread and unstandardized yeast-leavened bakery products at a level of up to 90 I.U. (2.25 µg) per 100 g of bakery product, as consumed.

As a means to improve the responsiveness of the regulatory system, an Interim Marketing Authorization (IMA) is being issued to permit the immediate optional addition of vitamin D to bakery products while the regulatory process is undertaken to amend the Regulations. The standardized foods described above are exempted from the application of sections 6 and 6.1 of the Food and Drugs Act, paragraphs B.01.042(a), B.13.022(c) and sections B.13.021, B.13.025, B.13.026, B.13.027, D.01.009 and D.03.002 of the Regulations only with respect to the optional addition of vitamin D. The unstandardized foods are exempted from sections B.13.029, D.01.009 and D.03.002 of the Regulations only with respect to the optional addition of vitamin D.

Interested persons may make representations, with respect to Health Canada’s intention to amend the Regulations, within 75 days after the date of publication of this notice. All such representations must cite the Canada Gazette, Part I, and the date of publication of this notice, and be addressed to the contact person identified below.

Contact

Rick O’Leary, Acting Associate Director, Bureau of Food Regulatory, International and Interagency Affairs, Health Canada, 251 Sir Frederick Banting Driveway, Address Locator 2203B, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0K9, 613-957-1750 (telephone), 613-941-6625 (fax), sche-ann@hc-sc.gc.ca (email).

February 7, 2011

MEENA BALLANTYNE
Assistant Deputy Minister
Health Products and Food Branch

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DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT

CANADA PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACT

2010-2011 Calls for Bids: Central Mackenzie Valley and Beaufort Sea/Mackenzie Delta

This notice is made pursuant to subsection 14(1) and section 19 of the Canada Petroleum Resources Act, R.S. 1985, c. 36 (2nd Supp.).

The Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development hereby calls for the submission of bids in respect of 11 parcels in the Central Mackenzie Valley as well as 3 parcels in the Beaufort Sea/Mackenzie Delta and comprising the following lands:

Parcel CMV2011-01
(82 643 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $2,250.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

64°10′ N

124°15′ W

068-070, 078-080

64°10′ N

124°30′ W

008-010

64°20′ N

124°15′ W

061-065, 071-075

64°20′ N

124°30′ W

001-010, 012-020, 022-030, 034-040, 044-050, 054-060, 064-070, 076-080

64°20′ N

124°45′ W

006-010, 020, 030, 040, 050

64°30′ N

124°30′ W

001-080

64°30′ N

124°45′ W

001-008, 011-018, 021-029, 031-050, 052-060, 062-070, 072-080

64°30′ N

125°00′ W

002-010, 014-020, 024-030, 034-040, 044-050, 056-060, 066-070, 076-080

64°30′ N

125°15′ W

008-009

Parcel CMV2011-02
(87 948 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $1,750.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

64°40′ N

125°00′ W

001-080

64°40′ N

125°15′ W

001-010, 014-020, 025-030, 035-040, 044-050, 056-060, 066-070, 076-080

64°40′ N

125°30′ W

006-010, 016-020, 026-030, 036, 037, 046-047, 056-058, 066-070, 076-080

64°40′ N

125°45′ W

006-010, 016-020, 026-030, 036-040, 046-050, 056-060, 066-070, 076-080

64°50′ N

125°00′ W

001-005, 011-015, 021-025, 031-035, 041-045, 051-055, 061-065, 071-075

64°50′ N

125°15′ W

001-005, 011-015, 021-025, 031-035, 041-045, 051-055, 061-065, 071-075

64°50′ N

125°30′ W

001-005, 011-015, 021-025, 031-035, 041-045, 051-055, 064-065, 074-075

Parcel CMV2011-03
(88 848 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $1,250.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

64°40′ N

126°00′ W

001-080

64°40′ N

126°15′ W

001-080

64°40′ N

126°30′ W

001-080

64°50′ N

126°30′ W

041-048, 051-058, 061-068, 071-078

64°50′ N

126°45′ W

001-008, 011-018, 021-028, 031-038, 041-044, 051-054, 061-064, 071-074

Parcel CMV2011-04
(87 748 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $1,250.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

64°50′ N

125°45′ W

001-033, 039-043, 049-053, 058-063, 068-080

64°50′ N

126°00′ W

001-080

64°50′ N

126°15′ W

001-008, 011-018, 021-028, 031-038, 041-048, 051-058, 061-068, 071-078

64°50′ N

126°30′ W

001-008, 011-018, 021-028, 031-038

65°00′ N

126°00′ W

001-080

Parcel CMV2011-05
(86 602 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $1,250.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

65°00′ N

125°45′ W

001-006, 010-080

65°10′ N

125°15′ W

006-010, 016-020, 026-030, 036-040, 046-050, 056-060, 066-070, 076-080

65°10′ N

125°30′ W

006-010, 016-020, 026-030, 036-040, 046-050, 056-060, 066-070, 076-080

65°10′ N

125°45′ W

001-080

65°10′ N

126°00′ W

001-080

Parcel CMV2011-06
(87 034 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $2,000.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

64°50′ N

126°15′ W

009-010, 019-020, 029-030, 039-040, 049-050, 059-060, 069-070, 079-080

64°50′ N

126°30′ W

009-010, 019-020, 029-030, 039-040, 049-050

65°00′ N

126°15′ W

001-080

65°00′ N

126°30′ W

001-050

65°10′ N

126°15′ W

001-080

65°10′ N

126°30′ W

001-050

65°20′ N

126°15′ W

051-054, 061-064, 071-074

65°20′ N

126°30′ W

001-004, 011-014, 021-024, 031-034, 041-044

Parcel CMV2011-07
(87 117 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $2,250.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

65°00′ N

127°15′ W

070, 079-080

65°00′ N

127°30′ W

008-010, 016-020, 026-029

65°10′ N

127°15′ W

009-010, 015-020, 024-030, 034-040, 043-080

65°10′ N

127°30′ W

001-020, 023-030, 033-040, 043-050, 053-060, 063-070, 073-080

65°10′ N

127°45′ W

005-010, 015-020, 026-030, 036-040, 046-050, 056-060, 066-070, 076-080

65°20′ N

127°00′ W

071-072

65°20′ N

127°15′ W

001-002, 011-012, 021-022, 031-036, 041-046, 051-056, 061-066, 071-076

65°20′ N

127°30′ W

001-006, 011-016, 021-026, 031-036, 041-046, 051-056, 061-066, 071-076

65°20′ N

127°45′ W

001-006, 011-016, 021-026, 031-036, 041-046, 051-056, 061-066, 071-077

Parcel CMV2011-08
(87 495 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $2,750.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

64°50′ N

126°30′ W

059-060, 069-070, 079-080

64°50′ N

126°45′ W

009-010, 019-020

65°00′ N

126°30′ W

051-080

65°00′ N

126°45′ W

001-020, 022-030, 034-040, 045-050, 056-060, 066-070, 076-080

65°00′ N

127°00′ W

005-010, 015-020, 026-030, 036-040, 048-050, 059-060

65°10′ N

126°30′ W

051-057, 060-066, 071-076

65°10′ N

126°45′ W

001-006, 011-016, 021-027, 031-038, 041-080

65°10′ N

127°00′ W

001-058

65°20′ N

126°30′ W

051-054, 061-064, 071-074

65°20′ N

126°45′ W

001-004, 011-014, 021-024, 031-033, 041-043, 051-053, 061-063, 071-073

65°20′ N

127°00′ W

001-003, 011-013, 021-023, 031-032, 041

Parcel CMV2011-09
(85 288 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $2,250.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

65°20′ N

127°00′ W

010, 020, 030, 038-040, 048-050, 058-060, 067-070, 077-080

65°20′ N

127°15′ W

007-010, 017-020, 027-030, 037-040, 047-050, 057-060, 067-070, 077-080

65°20′ N

127°30′ W

007-010, 017-020, 027-030, 037-040, 047-050, 057-060, 067-070, 077-080

65°20′ N

127°45′ W

010, 020

65°30′ N

127°00′ W

001-005, 011-015, 021-025, 031-035, 041-045, 051-055, 061-065, 071-075

65°30′ N

127°15′ W

001-005, 011-015, 021-025, 031-035, 041-044, 051-054, 061-064, 071-074

65°30′ N

127°30′ W

001-004, 011-014, 021-026, 031-037, 041-047, 051-057, 061-068, 071-078

65°30′ N

127°45′ W

001-080

65°40′ N

127°45′ W

011, 021-023, 031-033, 041-044, 051-054, 061-064, 071-074

Parcel CMV2011-10
(26 533 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $1,250.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

65°10′ N

127°00′ W

059-060, 063-070, 073-080

65°10′ N

127°15′ W

003 E-P, 004-008, 013 N/2, 014

65°20′ N

126°45′ W

025 A-L, 025 N-P, 034, 035 A-L, 044, 045 A-L, 054-055, 064-065, 066 B-E, 068 C-H, 068 K-L, 074-075, 076 A-H, 076 J-L, 076 M-N, 077 O, 077 W/2, 078 A-O, 079 B-P

65°20′ N

127°00′ W

004-009, 014-019, 024-029, 033-037, 042-047, 051-057, 061-066, 073-076

65°20′ N

127°15′ W

003-006, 013-016, 023-026

Parcel CMV2011-11
(90 632 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $2,500.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

64°00′ N

124°15′ W

079-080

64°00′ N

124°30′ W

008-010, 017-020, 027-030, 037-040, 047, 057, 067-068, 077-079

64°00′ N

124°45′ W

007-010, 017-020, 027-030, 037-040, 047-050, 057-060, 067-070, 077-080

64°00′ N

125°00′ W

007-010, 017-020, 027-030, 037-040, 047-050, 057-060, 067-070, 077-080

64°00′ N

125°15′ W

007-010, 017-020, 027-030, 037-040, 047-050, 057-060, 067-070, 077-080

64°10′ N

124°15′ W

071-077

64°10′ N

124°30′ W

001-007, 011-017, 021-027, 031-037, 041-047, 052-057, 063-067, 074-077

64°10′ N

124°45′ W

001, 003 A-H, 004-007, 011-017, 021-027, 031-037, 041-047, 051-057, 061-067, 071-077

64°10′ N

125°00′ W

001-007, 011-017, 021-027, 031-035, 041-045, 051-055, 061-065, 071-075

64°10′ N

125°15′ W

001-005, 011-015, 021-025, 031-035, 041-045, 051-055, 061-066, 071-076

Parcel BSMD2011-01
(90 381 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $1,250.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

69°20′ N

136°00′ W

004-010, 011-020, 021-030, 031-040, 041-050, 051-060

69°20′ N

136°15′ W

001-060

69°30′ N

136°00′ W

001-060

69°30′ N

136°15′ W

001-060

69°40′ N

136°00′ W

001-060

Parcel BSMD2011-02
(120 814 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $1,250.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

70°00′ N

135°00′ W

009-010, 012-020, 022-030, 032-040, 041-050, 051-060

70°00′ N

135°15′ W

001-060

70°00′ N

135°30′ W

001-060

70°10′ N

135°00′ W

001-100

70°10′ N

135°30′ W

001-100

Parcel BSMD2011-03
(175 072 hectares, more or less) 
Issuance fee: $2,000.00

Latitude

Longitude

Section

77°50′ N

117°00′ W

001-080

77°50′ N

117°30′ W

001-080

77°50′ N

118°00′ W

001-080

77°50′ N

118°30′ W

001-080

78°00′ N

117°00′ W

001-080

78°00′ N

117°30′ W

001-080

78°00′ N

118°00′ W

001-080

78°00′ N

118°30′ W

001-080

The following is a summary of the official Calls for Bids:

1. Sealed bids must be delivered either by registered mail or in person to the following address, no later than noon (Mountain Time), on June 21, 2011: Compliance Information Analyst, Frontier Information Office, National Energy Board, 444 Seventh Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta T2P 0X8.

2. Bids will only be accepted in relation to an entire parcel. Any submission of a bid shall be made on the understanding that the terms and conditions are accepted and agreed to by the bidder, including specific terms and conditions relating to the environment, requirements under land claims, and requirements for northern benefits.

3. Selection of the successful bid will be made on the basis of a single criterion, namely, the total amount of money that the bidder proposes to spend doing exploratory work on each parcel within Period 1 of the term of the exploration licence (work proposal bid). Work proposal bids of less than one million dollars for each parcel will not be considered.

4. Each bid must be accompanied by a bid deposit for the specific parcel in the amount of $10,000.00. Bid deposits will be returned to unsuccessful bidders, without interest, following announcement of the winning bidder(s). The successful bidder will be required to post 25% of the work proposal bid as security for the performance of work within 15 working days. The bid deposit will be returned to the winning bidder once the work deposit is received by the Rights Administrator.

5. Issuance fees of $250.00 per grid or portion thereof must be submitted with the bid.

6. The term for exploration licences issued from the 2010–2011 Calls for Bids in the Central Mackenzie Valley Region and Beaufort Sea/Mackenzie Delta Region will be nine years consisting of two consecutives periods of five and four years.

7. Exploration licences are subject to the payment of Environmental Studies Research Fund (ESRF) levies in accordance with section 81 of the Canada Petroleum Resources Act.

8. The drilling of one exploratory or delineation well prior to the end of Period 1 is a condition precedent to obtaining tenure to Period 2. Such a well shall be drilled to a depth sufficient to evaluate a defined geological objective.

9. Rentals will be payable during Period 2 at a rate of $3.00 per hectare in respect of the first year, $5.50 in respect of the second year and $8.00 in respect of the third and fourth years.

The full text of these Calls for Bids is available from the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development’s Web site (www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/nth/og/) or by request from Rights Administration, Oil and Gas Management Directorate, Northern Oil and Gas Branch, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H4, 819-997-0877 (telephone), 819-953-5828 (fax), Rights@inac.gc.ca (email).

February 19, 2011

JOHN DUNCAN, P.C., M.P.
Minister of Indian Affairs and
Northern Development

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR GENERAL

Appointments

Name and position

Order in Council

Ballantyne, Ron

2011-161

Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation

 

Director of the Board of Directors

 

Beaton, The Hon. Carole A.

2011-186

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia

 

Judge

 

Nova Scotia Court of Appeal

 

Judge ex officio

 

Boothe, Paul

2011-98

Canada School of Public Service

 

Governor of the Board of Governors

 

Bragdon, Richard

 

National Council of Welfare

 

Member

2011-111

Canada Pension Plan

 

Review Tribunal

 

Members

 

Daifallah, Elizabeth Jean — Ottawa
Donald, Richard Harry — North York
Doucet, Charles Philippe — Moncton
Eadie, Dennis Beecher — Barrie
Healey, Clyde Edward — Sault Ste. Marie
Lavoie-Côté, Micheline — Edmundston
Mallet, Robert — Bathurst
Marotta, Brian Karl — St. Catharines
Matthews, Ruth Lillian — Kitchener
Nawaz, Neil Parvaiz — Toronto
Pellerin, Donald André — Moncton
Picard, Luc Tom — Québec
Robichaud, Liza Anne — Bathurst
Scott, John Gordon — Newcastle
Woof, Elaine Margaret — Red Deer

2011-118
2011-125
2011-116
2011-112
2011-122
2011-124
2011-119
2011-114
2011-113
2011-115
2011-117
2011-200
2011-123
2011-121
2011-120

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

 

Directors of the board of directors

 

Bourne, Ian
Choquette, Pierre
Goldberg, Michael A.
Hendrick, Peter
Hopkins, Nancy E.
Wallace, Murray

2011-130
2011-129
2011-127
2011-128
2011-131
2011-126

Canadian Air Transport Security Authority

 

Directors of the board of directors

 

Kaldeway, John
McLean, Gene

2011-164
2011-163

Canadian Human Rights Commission

 

Part-time members

 

Baird, Robin
Bell, Sandra Marie
Fournier, Roch A.

2011-150
2011-151
2011-152

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal

 

Part-time members

 

Bélanger, Réjean
Craig, Wallace Gilby
Lustig, Edward Peter

2011-155
2011-153
2011-154

Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

 

Temporary members

 

Beaudet, Jocelyne
Pereira, Joseph Kenneth

2011-156
2011-157

Charlton, Mary-Lynn

2011-147

National Film Board

 

Member

 

Citizenship Act

 

Citizenship judges — Part-time basis

 

Gilleshammer, Harold
Minor, Dane
Smeaton, William

2011-134
2011-133
2011-132

Dubé, J. Paul

2011-87

Minister of National Revenue

 

Special adviser to be known as the Taxpayers’ Ombudsman

 

Employment Insurance Act

 

Chairpersons of the Boards of Referees

 

British Columbia

 

Dirksen, Mary Jean — Lower Mainland
Goodman, Gayle Dorothy Jane — Nanaimo

2011-107
2011-103

Manitoba

 

Foster, Elizabeth Mary — Winnipeg
Reimer, Jack Frank — Winnipeg
Wiens, John Buddy — Winnipeg

2011-106
2011-105
2011-102

New Brunswick

 

Legere, Gerald — Bathurst

2011-100

Nova Scotia

 

Seyffert Hamblin, Mary De Witt — Halifax

2011-104

Ontario

 

Groulx, Marie Anne Louise Hélène — Sault Ste. Marie
Qiao, Shuang — Toronto

2011-101
2011-109

Quebec

 

Mercier-Giguère, Wolfgang — Rouyn-Noranda
Morin, Normand — Québec
Poulin, Côme — Québec

2011-108
2011-110
2011-199

Ernst & Young LLP

2011-158

Chicken Farmers of Canada

 

Auditor

 

Eveleigh, Julie

2011-86

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Board

 

Member

 

Forrestall, William

2011-148

Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board

 

Member

 

Gingras, Pierre

2011-146

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

 

Director of the Board of Directors

 

Her Majesty’s Court of Queen’s Bench for Manitoba

 

Associate Chief Justice

 

Burnett, The Hon. William J.

2011-182

Chief Justice

 

Joyal, The Hon. Glenn D.

2011-181

Judges

 

Cameron, Diana M.
Perlmutter, Shane I.

2011-183
2011-184

Hohol, Linda

2011-179

Export Development Canada

 

Director of the Board of Directors

 

Houle, Michel

2011-30

Canadian Museum of Nature

 

Acting Director

 

Immigration and Refugee Board

 

Full-time members

 

Andrachuk, Rose
Badowski, John M.
Delisle, Ruth
Dolin, Benjamin R.
Forest, Normand
Hilling, Carol M. N.
Kular, Susan S.
Robitaille, Paule
Setton, Dominique
Short, William T.
Volpentesta, Berto

2011-135
2011-144
2011-142
2011-145
2011-139
2011-140
2011-137
2011-141
2011-138
2011-143
2011-136

Lan, Xue

2011-89

International Development Research Centre

 

Governor of the Board of Governors

 

Langille, Roger, Q.C.

2011-88

Veterans Review and Appeal Board

 

Permanent member

 

Lynn, John K.

2011-24

Entreprise Cape Breton Corporation

 

Chief Executive Officer

 

(see footnote 2) McCloskey, Maureen Marion

2011-76

Federal Court of Appeal or the Federal Court

 

Commissioner to administer oaths

 

Mithani, Siddika

2011-162

Great Lakes Fishery Commission

 

Member

 

Monnin, The Hon. Marc M.

2011-180

Court of Appeal for Manitoba

 

Judge of Appeal

 

Her Majesty’s Court of Queen’s Bench for Manitoba

 

Judge ex officio

 

National Parole Board

 

Full-time members

 

Gunn, Gerald William
Green, Goldie Martha Shea
Kaye, Thomas James

2011-175
2011-174
2011-173

Part-time members

 

Aust, William David
Bourque, Marie Barbara-Ann
Parrent, Damian J.
Wesolowski, Frederick N.

2011-177
2011-176
2011-197
2011-178

Vice-Chairperson

 

Tufnell, William Frederick Kerr

2011-172

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

 

Members

 

Blatz, James A.
Hébert, J. Diane
Ponting, Arlene I.

2011-92
2011-91
2011-198

Nunavut Court of Justice

2011-71

Deputy judges

 

Brown, The Hon. Michael F.
Kenny, The Hon. Colleen L.
O’Connor, The Hon. Terrance P.
Smith, The Hon. G. Patrick

 

O’Neil, The Hon. Lawrence I.

2011-185

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia — Family Division

 

Associate Chief Justice

 

Nova Scotia Court of Appeal

 

Judge ex officio

 

Pentefountas, Athanasios

2011-149

Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission

 

Full-time member and Vice-Chairperson

 

Pollard, John

2011-99

First Nations Statistical Institute

 

Director of the board of directors

 

Popp, Alfred H. E., Q.C.

2011-167

Ship-source Oil Pollution Fund

 

Administrator

 

Port Authority

 

Directors

 

Armitage, James E. — Prince Rupert
Hawkins, Kerry L. — Prince Rupert
Morley, B. Sean L. — Toronto
Rix, Craig Stuart — Toronto

2011-165
2011-166
2011-171
2011-170

Shaw, W. A. Sam

2011-97

Standards Council of Canada

 

Member and Vice-Chairperson

 

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

 

Members

 

Bates, Paul K.
Jenkins, P. Thomas
Manfredi, Christopher
Michaud, Nelson

2011-94
2011-93
2011-95
2011-96

Superior Court for the district of Montréal, in the Province of Quebec

 

Puisne Judges

 

Gouin, Louis J.
Schrager, Mark
Stober, Michael

2011-193
2011-194
2011-195

Superior Court of Justice in and for the Province of Ontario

 

Judges

 

Court of Appeal for Ontario

 

Judges ex officio

 

Bondy, Christopher
Brown, Carole J.
Hainey, Glenn A.
Reid, Robert B.

2011-188
2011-191
2011-187
2011-189

Superior Court of Justice in and for the Province of Ontario — Family Court

 

Judges

 

Court of Appeal for Ontario

 

Judges ex officio

 

Abrams, Brian W.
Mitrow, Victor

2011-196
2011-190

The Canadian Wheat Board

 

Director of the Board of Directors

 

Carefoot, David

2011-160

President

 

White, Ian

2011-159

Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada

 

Part-time members

 

Caldwell, Bradley Morris
Jain, Trevor Nirmal

2011-169
2011-168

Wagner, The Hon. Richard

2011-192

Court of Appeal of the Province of Quebec

 

Puisne Judge

 

Welsh, The Hon. B. Gale

2011-70

Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

 

Administrator

 

February 10 to 13, 2011

 

Wood, David S.

2011-90

National Research Council of Canada

 

Member/Conseiller

 

February 11, 2011

DIANE BÉLANGER
Official Documents Registrar

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR GENERAL

Appointments

Name and position

Order in Council

Parliamentary Secretaries to the

2011-32

Brown, Lois

 

Minister of International Cooperation

 

Glover, Shelly

 

Minister of Finance

 

Gourde, Jacques

 

Minister of Public Works and Government Services and Minister for Status of Women; Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages

 

Lukiwski, Tom

 

Leader of the Government in the House of Commons

 

McLeod, Cathy

 

Minister of National Revenue; Minister of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and Minister for the Atlantic Gateway

 

Obhrai, Deepak

 

Minister of Foreign Affairs

 

Rickford, Greg

 

Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians and Minister of the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency

 

Warawa, Mark

 

Minister of the Environment

 

February 11, 2011

DIANE BÉLANGER
Official Documents Registrar

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT

AERONAUTICS ACT

Interim Order No. 2 Respecting Passenger Identification and Behaviour Observation

Whereas the annexed Interim Order No. 2 Respecting Passenger Identification and Behaviour Observation is required to deal with an immediate threat to aviation security;

And whereas, pursuant to subsection 6.41(1.2) (see footnote b) of the Aeronautics Act (see footnote c), the Minister of Transport has consulted with the persons and organizations that the Minister considers appropriate in the circumstances concerning the annexed Interim Order No. 2 Respecting Passenger Identification and Behaviour Observation;

Therefore, the Minister of Transport, pursuant to subsection 6.41(1) (see footnote d) of the Aeronautics Act (see footnote e), hereby makes the annexed Interim Order No. 2 Respecting Passenger Identification and Behaviour Observation.

Ottawa, February 9, 2011

CHUCK STRAHL
Minister of Transport

INTERIM ORDER NO. 2 RESPECTING PASSENGER IDENTIFICATION AND BEHAVIOUR OBSERVATION

INTERPRETATION

Definitions

1. (1) The following definitions apply in this Interim Order.

“access document”
« document d’accès »

“access document” means

  • (a) a boarding pass, a ticket or any other document issued by an air carrier that confirms the status of the person to whom it was issued as a passenger on a flight;
  • (b) a stand-by pass, a ticket or any other document issued by an air carrier that confirms the status of the person to whom it was issued as a stand-by passenger for a flight; or
  • (c) a passenger escort form that is issued by an air carrier.

“prohibited item”
« article interdit »

“prohibited item” means any good that

  • (a) is listed or described in the general list of prohibited items or, if applicable, in the specific list of prohibited items; or
  • (b) poses an immediate threat to aviation security.

Terminology: Canadian Aviation Security Regulations

(2) Unless the context requires otherwise, words and expressions used in this Interim Order have the same meaning as in section 1 of the Canadian Aviation Security Regulations.

APPLICATION

Identity screening

2. (1) Sections 4 to 7 apply at a passenger screening checkpoint at an aerodrome that is listed in the schedule to the CATSA Aerodrome Designation Regulations if there is a heightened risk condition that can be mitigated by carrying out identity screening at that checkpoint.

Notification

(2) A screening authority must notify the Minister before carrying out identity screening under subsection (1) at a passenger screening checkpoint.

Behaviour observation

3. Section 8 applies on a trial basis at a passenger screening checkpoint that is at Vancouver International Airport if the screening authority has the operational capacity to carry out behaviour observation at that checkpoint.

IDENTITY SCREENING

Required identification

4. The required identification for access to a sterile area is

  • (a) one piece of government-issued photo identification that shows the holder’s name, date of birth and gender;
  • (b) two pieces of government-issued identification at least one of which shows the holder’s name, date of birth and gender; or
  • (c) a restricted area identity card.

Identity screening

5. (1) A screening authority must not allow a person to pass beyond a passenger screening checkpoint into a sterile area unless the screening authority screens the person by looking at the person, and in particular their entire face, to determine if they appear to be 18 years of age or older.

Idem

(2) A screening authority must not allow a person who appears to be 18 years of age or older to pass beyond a passenger screening checkpoint into a sterile area unless the screening authority screens the person

  • (a) by comparing the person, and in particular their entire face, against the required identification; and
  • (b) by comparing the name on the person’s access document with the required identification.

Lost or stolen identification

6. (1) If a person who appears to be 18 years of age or older presents documentation issued by a government or a police service and attesting to the loss or theft of the required identification, a screening authority must not allow the person to pass beyond a passenger screening checkpoint into a sterile area unless the screening authority

  • (a) screens the person’s identity using alternative forms of identification; and
  • (b) carries out an additional screening of the person, and of any goods in their possession or control, for prohibited items.

Examples

(2) Alternative forms of identification include but are not limited to employee identity cards, public transit passes and baptismal certificates.

Refusal of entry

7. (1) A screening authority must not allow a person who appears to be 18 years of age or older to pass beyond a passenger screening checkpoint into a sterile area if

  • (a) the person presents a piece of photo identification and does not resemble the photograph;
  • (b) the person does not appear to be the age indicated by the date of birth on the identification they present;
  • (c) the person does not appear to be of the gender indicated on the identification they present;
  • (d) the person presents more than one form of identification and there is a major discrepancy between those forms of identification; or
  • (e) there is a major discrepancy between the name on the identification presented by the person and the name on their access document.

Medical exceptions

(2) A screening authority may allow a person who presents a piece of photo identification but does not resemble the photograph to pass beyond a passenger screening checkpoint into a sterile area if

  • (a) the person’s appearance changed for medical reasons after the photograph was taken and the person presents the screening authority with a document signed by a health care professional and attesting to that fact; or
  • (b) the person’s face is bandaged for medical reasons and the person presents the screening authority with a document signed by a health care professional and attesting to that fact.

BEHAVIOUR OBSERVATION

Observation requirement

8. (1) A screening authority must observe persons who are at a passenger screening checkpoint.

Unusual behaviour

(2) If the screening authority observes that a person at the passenger screening checkpoint is exhibiting behaviour that appears unusual in the context of pre-board screening, the screening authority must not allow the person to pass beyond the checkpoint into a sterile area unless the screening authority

  • (a) engages the person in conversation; and
  • (b) screens the person’s identity in accordance with sections 4 to 7.

Additional screening

(3) If the screening authority concludes, on the basis of a conversation with the person or the behaviour exhibited by the person, that the person’s behaviour is unusual in the context of pre-board screening, the screening authority must not allow the person to pass beyond the passenger screening checkpoint into a sterile area unless the screening authority carries out an additional screening of the person, and of any goods in their possession or control, for prohibited items.

RECORDS

Identity screening

9. A screening authority must

  • (a) keep a record that sets out the dates and times when, and the reasons why, the screening authority carries out identity screening at a passenger screening checkpoint in accordance with this Interim Order; and
  • (b) make the record available to the Minister on reasonable notice given by the Minister.

CESSATION OF EFFECT

Cessation of effect

10. If this Interim Order is approved under subsection 6.41(2) of the Act, sections 3 and 8 cease to have effect eight months after the day on which this Interim Order is made.

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT

AERONAUTICS ACT

Interim Order No. 8 Respecting Mail, Cargo and Baggage

Whereas the annexed Interim Order No. 8 Respecting Mail, Cargo and Baggage is required to deal with an immediate threat to aviation security;

And whereas, pursuant to subsection 6.41(1.2) (see footnote f) of the Aeronautics Act (see footnote g), the Minister of Transport has consulted with the persons and organizations that the Minister considers appropriate in the circumstances concerning the annexed Interim Order No. 8 Respecting Mail, Cargo and Baggage;

Therefore, the Minister of Transport, pursuant to subsection 6.41(1) (see footnote h) of the Aeronautics Act (see footnote i), hereby makes the annexed Interim Order No. 8 Respecting Mail, Cargo and Baggage.

Ottawa, February 4, 2011

CHUCK STRAHL
Minister of Transport

INTERIM ORDER NO. 8 RESPECTING MAIL, CARGO AND BAGGAGE

INTERPRETATION

Terminology — Canadian Aviation Security Regulations

1. Unless the context requires otherwise, words and expressions used in this Interim Order have the same meaning as in section 1 of the Canadian Aviation Security Regulations.

MAIL AND CARGO

Yemen

2. An air carrier must not transport on a flight to Canada mail or cargo that originates in Yemen or has transited through Yemen.

Somalia

3. An air carrier must not transport on a flight to Canada mail or cargo that originates in Somalia or has transited through Somalia.

PRINTER OR TONER CARTRIDGES

Prohibition — passengers

4. A passenger must not transport any of the following goods as checked baggage on board a flight operated by an air carrier from an aerodrome listed in the schedule to the CATSA Aerodrome Designation Regulations:

  • (a) a printer cartridge that weighs 500 g (17.6 oz) or more; and
  • (b) a toner cartridge that weighs 500 g (17.6 oz) or more.

Prohibition — air carriers

5. An air carrier must not transport any of the following goods as cargo on board a passenger-carrying flight that departs from an aerodrome listed in the schedule to the CATSA Aerodrome Designation Regulations if the passengers are screened before boarding for weapons, explosive substances, incendiary devices or their components or other dangerous items that could be used to jeopardize the security of an aerodrome or an aircraft:

  • (a) a printer cartridge that weighs 500 g (17.6 oz) or more; and
  • (b) a toner cartridge that weighs 500 g (17.6 oz) or more.

Prohibition — screening authorities

6. A screening authority at an aerodrome listed in the schedule to the CATSA Aerodrome Designation Regulations must not allow a person in possession or control of any of the following goods to pass beyond a screening checkpoint into a sterile area intended for passengers for flights to the United States:

  • (a) a printer cartridge that weighs 500 g (17.6 oz) or more; and
  • (b) a toner cartridge that weighs 500 g (17.6 oz) or more.

DESIGNATED PROVISIONS

Designation

7. (1) Sections 2 to 6 of this Interim Order are designated as provisions the contravention of which may be dealt with under and in accordance with the procedure set out in sections 7.7 to 8.2 of the Act.

Maximum amounts

(2) The maximum amount payable in respect of a contravention of a designated provision referred to in subsection (1) is

  • (a) $5,000, in the case of an individual; and
  • (b) $25,000, in the case of a corporation.

Notice

8. A notice referred to in subsection 7.7(1) of the Act must specify

  • (a) the particulars of the alleged contravention;
  • (b) that the person on whom the notice is served or to whom it is sent has the option of paying the amount specified in the notice or filing with the Tribunal a request for a review of the alleged contravention or the amount of the penalty;
  • (c) that payment of the amount specified in the notice will be accepted by the Minister in satisfaction of the amount of the penalty for the alleged contravention and that no further proceedings under Part I of the Act will be taken against the person on whom the notice in respect of that contravention is served or to whom it is sent;
  • (d) that the person on whom the notice is served or to whom it is sent will be provided with an opportunity consistent with procedural fairness and natural justice to present evidence before the Tribunal and make representations in relation to the alleged contravention if the person files a request for a review with the Tribunal; and
  • (e) that the person on whom the notice is served or to whom it is sent will be deemed to have committed the contravention set out in the notice if the person fails to pay the amount specified in the notice and fails to file a request for a review with the Tribunal within the prescribed period.

REPEAL

9. Interim Order No. 7 Respecting Mail, Cargo and Baggage is repealed.

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT

CANADA MARINE ACT

Saguenay Port Authority — Supplementary letters patent

BY THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORT

WHEREAS Letters Patent were issued by the Minister of Transport (“Minister”) for the Saguenay Port Authority (“Authority”), under the authority of the Canada Marine Act, effective May 1, 1999;

WHEREAS in support of port operations, the Authority wishes to acquire from Marcel Maltais the real property described in the Schedule hereto;

WHEREAS Schedule C of the Letters Patent describes the real property, other than federal real property, held or occupied by the Authority;

WHEREAS the board of directors of the Authority has requested that the Minister issue Supplementary Letters Patent to add to Schedule C of the Letters Patent the real property described in the Schedule hereto;

NOW THEREFORE, under the authority of section 9 of the Canada Marine Act the Letters Patent of the Authority are amended by adding to Schedule C of the Letters Patent the real property described in the Schedule hereto.

These Supplementary Letters Patent are to be effective on the date of registration in the Land register of Quebec, Registration Division of Chicoutimi, of the deed of sale evidencing the transfer of the real property described in the Schedule hereto from Marcel Maltais to the Authority.

ISSUED under my hand this 26th day of January 2011.

______________________________
Chuck Strahl, P.C., M.P.
Minister of Transport

SCHEDULE

Description of the real property, other than federal real property, acquired and managed by the Saguenay Port Authority and nature of the act of transfer of ownership.

Nature of the Act of Transfer of Ownership

Name and Capacity of Parties

Description of Real Property Acquired

Deed of Sale

Mr. Marcel Maltais, Vendor

Saguenay Port Authority, Purchaser

Immovable known and described as consisting of lot four million twelve thousand four hundred and thirty-seven (4 012 437) and of part of lot four million twelve thousand four hundred and fifty-two (4 012 452) all registered in the Cadastre of Quebec, Registration Division of Chicoutimi.

The immovable was known, before the cadastral reform, as being a part of lots 30, 31, 32, 33 and 89 at the official Cadastre of the Parish of St. Alphonse.

A technical description prepared at Saguenay on the twenty-first day of January two thousand and ten (January 21, 2010), under number 114 of the minutes of Mathieu Tremblay, Land Surveyor, describes and situates the above immovable.

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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT

CANADA MARINE ACT

Trois-Rivières Port Authority — Supplementary letters patent

BY THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORT

WHEREAS Letters Patent were issued by the Minister of Transport (“Minister”) for the Trois-Rivières Port Authority (“Authority”), under the authority of the Canada Marine Act, effective May 1, 1999;

WHEREAS in support of port operations, the Authority wishes to acquire from Les Gestions Michel Laroche the real property described in the Schedule hereto;

WHEREAS Schedule C of the Letters Patent describes the real property, other than federal real property, held or occupied by the Authority;

WHEREAS the board of directors of the Authority has requested that the Minister issue Supplementary Letters Patent to add to Schedule C of the Letters Patent the real property described in the Schedule hereto;

NOW THEREFORE, under the authority of section 9 of the Canada Marine Act the Letters Patent of the Authority are amended by adding to Schedule C of the Letters Patent the real property described in the Schedule hereto.

These Supplementary Letters Patent are to be effective on the date of registration in the Land register of Quebec, Registration Division of Trois-Rivières, of the deed of sale evidencing the transfer of the real property described in the Schedule hereto from Les Gestions Michel Laroche to the Authority.

ISSUED under my hand this 26th day of January 2011.

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Chuck Strahl, P.C., M.P.
Minister of Transport

SCHEDULE

Description of the real property, other than federal real property, acquired and managed by the Trois-Rivières Port Authority and nature of the act of transfer of ownership.

Nature of the Act of Transfer of Ownership

Name and Capacity of Parties

Description of Real Property Acquired

Deed of Sale

Les Gestions Michel Laroche, Vendor

Trois-Rivières Port Authority, Purchaser

Immovable known and described as consisting of lot one million nineteen thousand and ninety-nine (1 019 099), lot one million nineteen thousand two hundred and thirty (1 019 230) and lot three million four hundred seventy-seven thousand seven hundred and four (3 477 704) all registered in the Cadastre of Quebec, Registration Division of Trois-Rivières.

With buildings thereon erected, bearing civic numbers 2600 to 2620 Rue Notre-Dame Centre, in Trois-Rivières.

A certificate of location prepared at Trois-Rivières on the tenth day of September two thousand and ten (September 10, 2010), under number 2362 of the minutes of Michel Plante, Land Surveyor, describes and situates the above immovable.

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Footnote 1
Dennehy C. E., Tsourounis C., Miller A. E. “Evaluation of Herbal Dietary Supplements Marketed on the Internet for Recreational Use.” Annals of Pharmacotherapy 39, 10 (October 2005):1634–9.

Footnote 2
Correction

Footnote a
S.C. 2010, c. 15, s. 3

Footnote b
S.C. 2004, c. 15, s. 11(1)

Footnote c
R.S., c. A-2

Footnote d
S.C. 2004, c. 15, s. 11(1)

Footnote e
R.S., c. A-2

Footnote f
S.C. 2004, c. 15, s. 11(1)

Footnote g
R.S., c. A-2

Footnote h
S.C. 2004, c. 15, s. 11(1)

Footnote i
R.S., c. A-2