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Vol. 145, No. 13 — March 26, 2011

Statutory authority

Aeronautics Act

Sponsoring department

Department of Transport

REGULATORY IMPACT
ANALYSIS STATEMENT

For the Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement, see the Airport Zoning Regulations Respecting Nine Airports in the Nunavut Territory.

PROPOSED REGULATORY TEXT

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to subsection 5.5(1) (see footnote a) of the Aeronautics Act (see footnote b), that the Governor in Council, pursuant to paragraphs 5.4(2)(b) (see footnote c) and (c) (see footnote d) of that Act, proposes to make the annexed Kugaaruk Airport Zoning Regulations.

Interested persons may make representations concerning the proposed Regulations to the Minister of Transport within 60 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 sent to Wayne Woloshyn, Regional Manager, Aerodrome Safety and Air Navigation, Department of Transport, 344 Edmonton Street, 2nd Floor, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2L4 (tel.: 204-984-7243; fax: 204-983-0281; email: wayne. woloshyn@tc.gc.ca).

Ottawa, March 10, 2011

JURICA ČAPKUN
Assistant Clerk of the Privy Council

KUGAARUK AIRPORT ZONING REGULATIONS

INTERPRETATION

Definitions

1. The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

“airport” « aéroport »

“airport” means the Kugaaruk Airport, in the vicinity of Kugaaruk, in Nunavut.

“airport reference point” « point de référence de l’aéroport »

“airport reference point” means the point described in Part 1 of the schedule.

“approach surface” « surface d’approche »

“approach surface” means an imaginary inclined surface that extends upward and outward from each end of the strip surface, and that is described in Part 2 of the schedule.

“outer surface” « surface extérieure »

“outer surface” means the imaginary surface that is located above and in the immediate vicinity of the airport and that is described in Part 3 of the schedule.

“strip surface” « surface de bande »

“strip surface” means the imaginary surface that is associated with the airport runway and that is described in Part 4 of the schedule.

“transitional surface” « surface de transition »

“transitional surface” means an imaginary inclined surface that extends upward and outward from the lateral limits of the strip surface and its approach surfaces, and that is described in Part 5 of the schedule.

“zoning plan” « plan de zonage »

“zoning plan” means Plan No. E 3302, prepared by the Department of Public Works and Government Services and dated December 1, 2008.

APPLICATION

Lands near airport

2. These Regulations apply in respect of all lands that are adjacent to or in the vicinity of the airport within the limit described in Part 6 of the schedule. For greater certainty, the lands include lands under water and public road allowances.

BUILDING RESTRICTIONS

Prohibition — maximum height

3. A person must not place, erect or construct, or permit to be placed, erected or constructed, on any of the lands, a building, structure or object, or an addition to an existing building, structure or object, any part of which would penetrate any of the following surfaces:

(a) an approach surface;

(b) the outer surface; or

(c) a transitional surface.

INTERFERENCE WITH COMMUNICATION

Prohibition — interference

4. A person must not use or develop, or permit another person to use or develop, any of the lands that are under the outer surface in a manner that causes interference with any signal or communication to and from an aircraft or to and from any facility used to provide services relating to aeronautics.

NATURAL GROWTH

Prohibition — maximum height

5. A person must not permit any object of natural growth that is on any of the lands to grow in such a manner as to penetrate any of the following surfaces:

(a) an approach surface;

(b) the outer surface; or

(c) a transitional surface.

WILDLIFE HAZARD

Prohibition — activities or uses

6. (1) A person must not use or permit another person to use any of the lands for activities or uses that attract wildlife — particularly birds — that may create a hazard for aviation safety.

Exception

(2) Despite subsection (1), a person may use or permit another person to use any of the lands as a site for an open water storage reservoir for a period of 48 hours or less.

COMING INTO FORCE

Requirements — s. 5.6(2) of the Aeronautics Act

7. These Regulations come into force on the day on which the requirements prescribed in subsection 5.6(2) of the Aeronautics Act are met.

SCHEDULE
(Sections 1 and 2)

In this schedule, all grid coordinates are in metres (m) and refer to the 1983 North American Datum, Zone 16, Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) projection. Grid coordinates have been computed using a combined average scale factor of 0.99975895.

In this schedule, all elevation values are in metres (m) and are based on the Canadian Geodetic Vertical Datum (CGVD28).

PART 1

AIRPORT REFERENCE POINT

The airport reference point, as shown on the zoning plan, is the geometric centre of the runway thresholds, at grid coordinates 7 605 223.935 N, 385 471.969 E (latitude 68°32′09″ N, longitude 89°48′19″ W). It is located on the centre line of the strip surface at a distance of 823.55 m from the end of the strip surface associated with runway 05-23, and its assigned elevation is 10.63 m above sea level.

PART 2

APPROACH SURFACES

The approach surfaces, as shown on the zoning plan, are described as follows:

(a) an imaginary inclined surface abutting the end of the strip surface associated with runway approach 05 and ascending, from an assigned elevation of 17.70 m above sea level, at a ratio of 1 m measured vertically to 25 m measured horizontally, to an imaginary horizontal line drawn at right angles to the projected centre line of the strip surface and distant 2 500 m measured horizontally from the end of the strip surface; the outer ends of the imaginary horizontal line being 280 m from the projected centre line and 100 m above the assigned elevation at the end of the strip surface associated with runway approach 05; and

(b) an imaginary inclined surface abutting the end of the strip surface associated with runway approach 23 and ascending, from an assigned elevation of 8.32 m above sea level, at a ratio of 1 m measured vertically to 25 m measured horizontally, to an imaginary horizontal line drawn at right angles to the projected centre line of the strip surface and distant 2 500 m measured horizontally from the end of the strip surface; the outer ends of the imaginary horizontal line being 280 m from the projected centre line and 100 m above the assigned elevation at the end of the strip surface associated with runway approach 23.

The elevation of an approach surface at any point is equal to the elevation of the nearest point on the centre line of that approach surface. The elevation of an approach surface centre line is calculated from the elevation of the abutting end of the strip surface, and increases at the constant ratios set out in this Part.

PART 3

OUTER SURFACE

The outer surface, as shown on the zoning plan, is an imaginary surface extending outward from the airport reference point to a radius of 4 000 m. It is situated at a constant elevation of 45 m above the airport reference point, but at 9 m above the ground when that elevation would place the outer surface at less than 9 m above the ground.

PART 4

STRIP SURFACE

The elevation of a strip surface at any point is equal to the elevation of the nearest point on the centre line of that strip surface. The elevation of the strip surface centre line between the strip surface end and the closest strip surface threshold is equal to the elevation of the strip surface end. The strip surface centre line between the strip surface thresholds is divided into segments, each of which has a slope that increases or decreases at the constant ratio set out in Column 7 of the table below. The elevation of any point along a segment is calculated using the data set out in that table.

The strip surface, as shown on the zoning plan, is an imaginary rectangular surface described as follows:

the strip surface associated with runway 05-23 is 60 m in total width, being 30 m on either side of the centre line of the runway. The strip surface commences 60 m to the southwest of threshold 05 and ends 60 m to the northeast of threshold 23, having a total length of 1 647.10 m. The 05 end of the strip surface has an assigned elevation of 17.70 m and the 23 end of the strip surface has an elevation of 8.32 m. The azimuth of the centre line of runway 05-23 is N 51°11′57″ E. Threshold 05 has grid coordinates of 7 604 745.60 N and 384 877.06 E, and threshold 23 has grid coordinates of 7 605 702.27 N and 386 066.88 E.

DATA FOR CALCULATING ELEVATION BETWEEN THRESHOLDS ALONG CENTRE LINE OF RUNWAY 05-23

Column 1



Segment

Column 2



Starting point of segment

Column 3


Assigned elevation of starting point (m)

Column 4



End point of segment

Column 5
Distance between starting and end points of segment (m)

Column 6


Assigned elevation of end point (m)

Column 7
Constant ratio for calculating elevation of any point along segment

1.

Threshold 05

17.70

Intermediate point A

763.55

10.63

-1 : 107.9986

2.

Intermediate point A

10.63

Threshold 23

763.55

8.32

-1 : 330.5411

PART 5

TRANSITIONAL SURFACES

Each transitional surface, as shown on the zoning plan, is an imaginary inclined surface ascending at a ratio of 1 m measured vertically to 5 m measured horizontally at right angles to the centre line and projected centre line of the strip surface, extending upward and outward from the lateral limits of the strip surface and its approach surfaces to the intersection with the outer surface.

The elevation of a point on the lower edge of a transitional surface abutting a strip surface is equal to the elevation of the nearest point on the centre line of the abutting strip surface. The elevation of a point on the lower edge of a transitional surface abutting an approach surface is equal to the elevation of the nearest point on the centre line of the abutting approach surface.

PART 6

LIMIT OF AREA CONTAINING LANDS TO WHICH THESE REGULATIONS APPLY

The limit of the area containing the lands to which these Regulations apply is defined by a circle with a radius of 4 000 m centred on the airport reference point, as shown on the zoning plan.

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Footnote a
R.S., c. 33 (1st Supp.), s. 1

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

Footnote c
R.S., c. 33 (1st Supp.), s. 1

Footnote d
R.S., c. 33 (1st Supp.), s. 1