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Vol. 145, No. 8 — April 13, 2011

Registration

SOR/2011-91 March 25, 2011

FISHERIES ACT

P.C. 2011-455 March 25, 2011

His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, pursuant to paragraph 38(9)(a) of the Fisheries Act (see footnote a), hereby makes the annexed Deposit Out of the Normal Course of Events Notification Regulations.

DEPOSIT OUT OF THE NORMAL COURSE OF EVENTS NOTIFICATION REGULATIONS

1. (1) For the purpose of subsection 38(4) of the Fisheries Act, the following persons are prescribed:

  1. (a) those providing 24-hour emergency telephone service provided by the office set out in column 2 of the schedule for the province, set out in column 1, where the occurrence of the deposit of a deleterious substance out of the normal course of events or the serious and imminent danger of such a deposit takes place; or
  2. (b) the pollution prevention officer referred to in paragraph 5(8)(a) or subsection 5(9) of the Pollutant Discharge Reporting Regulations, 1995.

(2) Any person required by subsection 38(4) of the Fisheries Act to report the occurrence of a deposit of a deleterious substance out of the normal course of events or the serious and imminent danger of such a deposit shall without delay notify

  1. (a) in all cases other than those mentioned in paragraph (b), an inspector or a person referred to in paragraph (1)(a) at the applicable telephone number set out in column 3 of the schedule; or
  2. (b) in the case of the master of a vessel, the owner of a vessel or the operator of an oil handling facility to whom the Pollutant Discharge Reporting Regulations, 1995 apply, an inspector or the person referred to in paragraph (1)(b).

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

SCHEDULE
(Section 1)

NOTIFICATION OF DEPOSIT OUT OF THE NORMAL COURSE OF EVENTS



Item

Column 1

Province

Column 2

Office

Column 3
Telephone number

1.

Ontario

Spills Action Centre
Ontario Ministry of the Environment

416-325-3000 or
1-800-268-6060*

2.

Quebec

Environmental Protection Operations Directorate – Quebec
Environment Canada

514-283-2333 or
1-866-283-2333*

3.

Nova Scotia

Maritimes Regional Office
Canadian Coast Guard
Fisheries and Oceans Canada

902-426-6030 or
1-800-565-1633*

4.

New Brunswick

Maritimes Regional Office
Canadian Coast Guard
Fisheries and Oceans Canada

902-426-6030 or
1-800-565-1633*

5.

Manitoba

Manitoba Department of Conservation

204-944-4888

6.

British Columbia

British Columbia Provincial Emergency Program
Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General

1-800-663-3456

7.

Prince Edward Island

Maritimes Regional Office
Canadian Coast Guard
Fisheries and Oceans Canada

902-426-6030 or
1-800-565-1633*

8.

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment

1-800-667-7525

9.

Alberta

Alberta Ministry of Environment

780-422-4505 or
1-800-222-6514*

10.

Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador Regional Office
Canadian Coast Guard
Fisheries and Oceans Canada

709-772-2083 or
1-800-563-9089*

11.

Yukon

Yukon Department of Environment

867-667-7244

12.

Northwest Territories

Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Government of the Northwest Territories

867-920-8130

13.

Nunavut

Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Government of the Northwest Territories

867-920-8130

* Telephone number accessible only within the respective province.

N.B. The Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement for these Regulations appears following SOR/2011-90, Release and Environmental Emergency Notification Regulations

Footnote a
R.S., c. F-14