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SOR/2017-124 June 9, 2017

CANADA SHIPPING ACT, 2001

Regulations Amending the Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations

P.C. 2017-708 June 9, 2017

His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Transport, pursuant to subsection 136(1) (see footnote a) and section 207 (see footnote b) of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 (see footnote c), makes the annexed Regulations Amending the Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations.

Regulations Amending the Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations

Amendments

1 (1) Subsection 2(5) of the Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations (see footnote 1) is replaced by the following:

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

(2) Subparagraph 2(8)(b)(ii) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

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

2 Subsection 11(3) of the French version of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

(3) Il est interdit à toute personne de tenir dans les eaux visées à l’un ou l’autre des paragraphes 2(1) à (7) une activité ou un événement sportifs, récréatifs ou publics au cours duquel des bâtiments seraient utilisés contrairement à ce que prévoient ces paragraphes, à moins d’y être autorisée par un permis délivré en vertu du paragraphe 12(1).

3 Subsection 12(1) of the French version of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

12 (1) Le ministre délivre un permis autorisant une personne à tenir dans les eaux visées à l’un ou l’autre des paragraphes 2(1) à (7) et 11(2) une activité ou un événement sportifs, récréatifs ou publics au cours duquel des bâtiments seront utilisés d’une manière contraire à ce que prévoient ces paragraphes si le ministre est en mesure d’assortir le permis de conditions pour protéger l’intérêt public et l’environnement et réduire au minimum le risque pour la sécurité des personnes et les entraves à la sécurité et à l’efficacité de la navigation des bâtiments.

4 Paragraph 14(1)(b) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

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

5 Subsection 15(2) of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

(2) A person who operates a vessel during a sporting, recreational or public event or activity for which a permit has been issued shall do so in a manner that does not interfere with the event or activity.

6 The table to section 16 of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

TABLE

 

Column 1

Column 2

Item

Persons or classes of persons

Geographic location

1

A member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Across Canada

2

A member of any harbour
or river police force

Across Canada

3

A member of any provincial, county or municipal police force

Across Canada

4

A marine safety inspector

Across Canada

5

A pleasure craft safety inspector

Across Canada

6

A person employed as park warden by Parks Canada
and appointed under the Canada National Parks Act

Across Canada

7

A person employed as marine conservation area warden by Parks Canada and appointed under the Canada National Marine Conservation Areas Act

Across Canada

8

A person employed as conservation officer by the National Capital Commission

National Capital Region

9

A person employed as fishery officer by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans in British Columbia and Yukon

British Columbia, Yukon and their adjacent waters

10

A member of the British Columbia Conservation Officer Service appointed under the British Columbia Environmental Management Act, S.B.C. 2003, c. 53

British Columbia

11

A conservation officer appointed under the Alberta Government Organization Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. G-10

Alberta

12

A forest officer appointed under the Alberta Forests Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. F-22

Alberta

13

A wildlife officer appointed under the Alberta Wildlife Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. W-10

Alberta

14

A bylaw enforcement officer employed by the Town of Chestermere, in Alberta

Alberta

15

A community peace officer — Level 1, employed by the Alberta Special Areas Board and appointed under the Alberta Peace Officer Act, S.A 2006, c. P-3.5

Alberta

16

A special constable employed by the Wascana Centre Authority and appointed under the Saskatchewan The Wascana Centre Act, R.S.S. 1978, c. W-4, Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan

17

A person employed as conservation officer by the Saskatchewan Department of Environment and appointed as special constable under the Saskatchewan The Police Act, 1990, S.S. 1990-91, c. P-15.01

Saskatchewan

18

A special constable or municipal inspector for the following entities in Quebec: Municipality of Austin, Municipality of Ayer’s Cliff, Potton Township, Stanstead Township, Hatley Township, Municipality of Hatley, City of Magog, Regional County Municipality of Memphrémagog, Municipality of the Village of North Hatley, Municipality of Ogden, Municipality of Sainte-Catherine-de-Hatley, Municipality of Adstock, Municipality of Lambton, Municipality of
Saint-Romain,
Municipality of
Saint-Joseph-de-Coleraine, Municipality of
Sainte-Praxède, Municipality of Stornoway, City of Lac-Brome, Municipality of Saint-Ferdinand, Municipality of
Saint-Adolphe-d’Howard, City of Estérel, City of
Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Township Municipality of Orford and Municipality of Saint-Hippolyte

Quebec

19

A person employed as conservation officer by the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources

Nova Scotia

20

A peace officer or special constable appointed under the Nova Scotia Police Act, S.N.S. 2004, c. 31, who operates in the Halifax Regional Municipality in
Nova Scotia

Halifax Regional Municipality

21

A park ranger appointed under the British Columbia Park Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 344

British Columbia

22

A First Nations Constable appointed under the Ontario Police Services Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.15

Ontario

23

A peace officer appointed under section 7 of the Alberta Peace Officer Act, S.A. 2006, c. P-3.5, and employed by Leduc County or Parkland County, Alberta

Alberta

24

A firefighter employed by the Calgary Fire Department, Calgary, Alberta

Alberta

7 Section 18 of the Regulations is replaced by the following:

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

8 The portion of item 3 of Part 2 of Schedule 1 to the Regulations in column 2 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2

Specific Location

3

43°02′30″

 

81°10′55″

 

to

 

42°58′07″

 

81°09′00″

 

to

 

42°54′21″

 

81°25′28″

9 The portion of item 19 of Part 2 of Schedule 1 to the Regulations in column 2 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2

Specific Location

19

43°48′22″

 

79°04′16″

 

to

 

43°48′22″

 

79°04′10″

10 The portion of items 1 to 23 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

1

53°11′00″

 

121°02′00″

2

55°20′33″

 

127°41′36″

3

49°14′08″

 

116°38′20″

4

49°28′49″

 

115°50′54″

5

53°40′52″

 

122°10′42″

6

48°22′45″

 

123°46′51″

7

49°15′12″

 

117°56′40″

8

56°20′13″

 

120°36′07″

9

49°48′17″

 

126°03′06″

10

49°11′06″

 

117°36′48″

11

49°03′37″

 

117°02′24″

12

49°31′57″

 

115°28′54″

13

54°28′37″

 

122°40′36″

14

54°29′00″

 

122°42′00″

15

49°14′35″

 

122°56′46″

16

49°14′10″

 

122°58′19″

17

48°49′19″

 

123°29′04″

18

49°02′58″

 

120°50′25″

19

49°16′29″

 

122°32′26″

20

49°14′42″

 

122°23′11″

21

49°46′43″

 

123°07′18″

22

49°38′39″

 

123°12′22″

23

49°17′55″

 

122°14′33″

11 The portion of item 24 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in columns 2 and 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2

Local Name

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

24

Rosemond Lake

50°42′48″

   

119°03′20″

12 The portion of items 25 to 40 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

25

48°26′13″

 

123°31′19″

26

49°34′22″

 

115°31′09″

27

54°49′27″

 

127°12′21″

28

53°39′59″

 

122°09′39″

29

49°20′55″

 

121°44′19″

30

50°33′02″

 

115°05′20″

31

50°33′09″

 

115°06′30″

32

49°43′11″

 

125°54′06″

33

49°15′06″

 

115°14′26″

34

54°44′35″

 

127°09′34″

35

53°09′09″

 

122°21′37″

36

50°09′41″

 

122°11′04″

37

49°02′51″

 

117°16′00″

38

49°19′57″

 

121°51′47″

39

49°20′39″

 

121°51′01″

40

49°19′05″

 

121°44′03″

13 The portion of items 41 and 42 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in columns 3 and 4 is replaced by the following:

 

Column 3

Column 4

Item



General Location

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

41

northwest of Harrison Hot Springs

49°27′30″

 

121°51′21″

42

northwest of Harrison Hot Springs

49°19′40″

 

121°51′36″

14 The portion of items 43 to 46 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

43

49°02′25″

123°48′36″

44

49°52′03″

124°30′56″

45

48°28′35″

123°28′01″

46

48°28′55″

 

123°28′50″

15 Item 47 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations is repealed.

16 The portion of item 48 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

48

49°14′44″

 

115°14′08″

17 The portion of items 49 to 51 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in columns 2 and 4 is replaced by the following:

 

Column 2

Column 4

Item



Local Name

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

49

Stink Lake

49°14′27″

115°14′23″

50

Fisher Lake

49°14′20″

115°14′59″

51

Muskrat Lake

49°14′10″

   

115°13′59″

18 The portion of item 52 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada
Reference System)

52

49°20′37″

 

124°37′42″

19 The portion of item 53 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in columns 1 and 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1


Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 4


Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

53

Illusion Lakes

49°21′09″

   

124°38′16″

20 The portion of items 54 to 57 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

54

51°54′23″

121°18′53″

55

55°48′02″

121°30′27″

56

52°48′18″

126°58′06″

57

54°00′39″

 

128°39′44″

21 The portion of items 58 to 60 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in columns 3 and 4 is replaced by the following:

 

Column 3

Column 4

Item

General Location

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

58

southwest of Ladysmith

48°56′53″

123°51′55″

59

southwest of Ladysmith

48°55′58″

123°54′37″

60

southwest of Ladysmith

48°57′35″

 

123°49′31″

22 The portion of item 9 of Part 3 of Schedule 2 to the Regulations in column 2 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2

Specific Location

9

44°01′23″

 

79°02′43″

23 The portion of item 14 of Part 3 of Schedule 2 to the English version of the Regulations in column 2 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2

Specific Location

14

43°09′54″

 

79°22′14″

24 The portion of item 36 of Part 6 of Schedule 2 to the English version of the Regulations in column 3 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 3

Location Reference (
Répertoire toponymique du Québec Reference System)

36

45°48′23″

 

74°13′38″

25 The portion of items 1 to 7 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

1

50°03′42″

 

124°58′07″

2

50°04′16″

 

124°57′16″

3

50°05′32″

 

123°00′15″

4

50°05′58″

 

122°59′43″

5

50°07′42″

 

122°56′14″

6

49°11′55″

 

119°32′25″

7

49°10′50″

 

121°52′10″

26 The portion of item 7 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 of the French version to the Regulations in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Article

Colonne 1

Nom indiqué dans le Répertoire géographique du Canada ou description

7

Hope Slough

27 The portion of items 8 to 40 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

8

49°24′38″

 

121°26′50″

9

49°38′36″

 

124°01′14″

10

49°36′45″

 

124°01′20″

11

49°38′23″

 

124°02′42″

12

49°39′04″

 

124°02′19″

13

49°44′54″

 

123°58′12″

14

49°43′45″

 

123°58′07″

15

49°44′37″

 

123°56′38″

16

49°30′29″

 

123°52′33″

17

49°41′37″

 

124°03′16″

18

50°50′16″

 

122°54′24″

19

49°57′52″

 

123°09′47″

20

48°26′53″

 

123°31′49″

21

48°46′54″

 

123°26′37″

22

49°33′36″

 

124°48′53″

23

49°30′41″

 

124°45′27″

24

49°59′12″

 

125°24′37″

25

49°54′58″

 

119°48′28″

26

49°12′14″

 

124°00′49″

27

49°13′51″

 

124°03′39″

28

50°39′53″

 

121°48′23″

29

52°28′18″

 

122°03′30″

30

51°44′32″

 

121°21′44″

31

51°44′04″

 

121°21′10″

32

50°13′33″

 

125°14′42″

33

50°12′35″

 

125°15′11″

34

50°11′25″

 

125°14′50″

35

50°08′40″

 

125°17′56″

36

48°32′53″

 

123°28′40″

37

48°28′04″

 

123°28′14″

38

49°51′26″

 

125°22′49″

39

50°12′35″

 

117°43′00″

40

49°06′49″

 

115°06′23″

28 The portion of item 41 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in columns 2 and 4 is replaced by the following:

 

Column 2

Column 4

Item

Local Name

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

41

Edwards Lake

49°05′35″

   

115°06′00″

29 The portion of items 42 to 62 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

42

49°41′18″

 

119°47′03″

43

49°18′43″

 

119°44′23″

44

49°42′43″

 

120°05′33″

45

48°42′54″

 

123°36′48″

46

49°07′38″

 

121°34′38″

47

49°55′04″

 

118°10′42″

48

51°35′08″

 

121°27′02″

49

53°43′10″

 

121°28′43″

50

53°44′48″

 

121°24′33″

51

53°42′00″

 

121°29′00″

52

50°28′28″

 

120°06′25″

53

50°28′20″

 

120°09′10″

54

48°36′22″

 

124°13′25″

55

50°14′47″

 

120°16′29″

56

55°22′50″

 

123°08′45″

57

50°47′52″

 

116°21′45″

58

50°49′41″

 

116°22′38″

59

50°50′02″

 

116°24′25″

60

50°34′07″

 

118°47′34″

61

50°44′56″

 

116°19′10″

62

50°47′06″

 

116°21′41″

30 The portion of item 63 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in columns 1 and 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

63

Leadqueen Lake

50°45′38″

116°22′52″

31 The portion of item 64 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

64

50°44′52″

 

116°17′31″

32 The portion of items 65 and 66 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in columns 1 and 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1


Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 4


Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

65

Upper Halgrave Lake

50°44′01″

116°16′49″

66

Lower Halgrave Lake

50°43′44″

   

116°17′05″

33 The portion of items 67 to 69 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

67

50°00′00″

116°00′00″

68

50°49′18″

116°22′37″

69

49°49′45″

 

119°50′19″

34 The portion of item 70 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in columns 1 and 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1


Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 4


Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

70

Morfee Lakes

55°20′55″

   

123°04′35″

35 The portion of item 71 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

71

49°54′45″

 

124°25′00″

36 The portion of items 72 and 73 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in columns 1 and 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1


Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 4


Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

72

Brook Lake

49°44′52″

120°56′31″

73

Andys Lake

49°44′46″

   

120°55′41″

37 The portion of items 74 to 76 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

74

51°50′27″

 

120°53′09″

75

50°30′30″

 

116°05′48″

76

52°27′22″

 

121°49′21″

38 The portion of item 77 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in columns 1 and 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1


Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 4


Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

77

Caribou Lake

51°01′50″

   

120°28′27″

39 The portion of items 78 to 91 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in column 4 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 4

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

78

49°25′43″

 

117°15′11″

79

48°48′57″

 

123°28′02″

80

49°30′29″

 

119°17′42″

81

48°49′24″

 

123°32′36″

82

48°47′05″

 

123°25′28″

83

52°27′16″

 

122°02′29″

84

49°20′47″

 

119°43′02″

85

52°19′58″

 

122°14′18″

86

52°25′44″

 

122°04′15″

87

49°22′02″

 

121°40′22″

88

50°02′47″

 

126°00′28″

89

50°15′33″

 

125°59′54″

90

53°37′29″

 

122°54′24″

91

48°53′30″

 

123°32′44″

40 The portion of item 125 of Part 5 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in column 3 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 3

Location Reference (R
épertoire toponymique du Québec Reference System)

125

46°20′56″

 

72°09′18″

41 The portion of item 176 of Part 5 of Schedule 3 to the Regulations in column 3 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 3

Location Reference (Répertoire toponymique du Québec Reference System)

176

46°27′39″

 

73°11′10″

42 The portion of item 2 of Part 3 of Schedule 4 to the Regulations in columns 2 and 3 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2


General Location

Column 3


Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

2

44°46′34″

44°46′33″

 

78°46′46″

78°46′45″

43 Schedule 5 to the Regulations is repealed.

44 Part 1 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 23:

Item

Column 1





Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2



General Location
(Where Necessary)

Column 3

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4



Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

24

That part of Pendrell Sound that extends north of a line drawn from point A at coordinates 50°15′12″ 124°43′50″ to point B at coordinates 50°14′47″ 124°43′21″

East Redonda Island

50°15′05″

6

 

124°43′25″

25

Alta Lake

Alta Lake

50°06′53″

12

 

122°58′55″

26

West Lake

Nelson Island

49°43′49″

12

 

124°05′31″

27

(1) The following parts of Hatzic Lake:

  • (a) the area extending 30 m into the lake from the shore; and
  • (b) the area bounded on the south by the Lougheed Highway and on the north by a line drawn parallel to that highway, commencing at a point on the extreme western shore 300 m north of the bridge to Hatzic Island, thence in a northeasterly direction across the lake to the extreme eastern shore

north of the Fraser River, New Westminster District

49°09′37″

8

122°14′22″

 

(2) All that part of Hatzic Lake not described in subitem (1)

   

50

28

Lac Le Jeune

south of Kamloops

50°28′59″

20

 

120°28′44″

29

The following parts of Shawnigan Lake:

  • (a) the area extending 30 m into the lake from the shore; and
  • (b) all other areas of the lake

near Victoria

48°37′54″

 

123°38′25″

8

   

65

30

The following part of Kalamalka Lake: the area extending 75 m into the lake from the shore, commencing at the northwestern corner of Lot 12, Plan 10525, thence following the shoreline in a northerly direction to the eastern boundary of Lot 1, Plan 20911

near Vernon

50°10′25″

8

 

119°19′48″

31

The following part of Cowichan Lake and River: commencing at pilings as indicated by signs at the eastern end of Cowichan Lake near the entrance to the Cowichan River, and adjacent to Lot 8, Sec. 3, Lake Cowichan, thence downstream on the Cowichan River to the lower end of the area known locally as the “Big Pool” and indicated by signs, including all parts of Cowichan Lake and River therein

near Duncan, Vancouver Island

48°52′30″

8

 

124°15′36″

32

Hatzic Slough

Hatzic Lake

49°11′22″

8

 

122°14′51″

33

Chilqua Slough

Hatzic Lake

49°10′12″

8

 

122°13′08″

34

The following part of Osoyoos Lake: the area passing through the barriers at Haynes Point and at the Highway No. 3 Bridge

Osoyoos

49°02′40″

8

 

119°27′30″

35

Jewel Lake

near Greenwood

49°10′28″

8

 

118°36′36″

36

The following part of Nicomekl River: from the railway trestle at Mud Bay to the dam west of the King George Highway

Surrey

49°03′29″

16

 

122°52′10″

37

Watch Lake

east of 70 Mile House

51°27′41″

8

 

121°06′18″

38

Lazy Lake

northeast of Wasa

49°49′27″

8

 

115°37′24″

39

The following part of the Courtenay River: from the marina at 20th Street to the northern tidal limits

Courtenay

49°40′49″

8

 

124°58′31″

40

That part of the Oak Bay breakwater between a line bearing 270° true from the southern tip of the breakwater on Mary Tod Island to the Turkey Head breakwater, and a line bearing 310° true from the northwestern tip of Mary Tod Island through the pilings supporting the tide gauge, thence to the shoreline

Oak Bay

48°25′52″

8

 

123°18′01″

41

All that part of Tsehum Harbour extending easterly to a line drawn from Armstrong Point to Curteis Point and an area from Curteis Point to Kamaree Point along the western shoreline of Fernie Island to the northern tip of Fernie Island and thence due north to Goudge Island and along the western shoreline of Goudge Island to the northern tip, thence in a westerly direction to Swartz Head

North Saanich

48°40′20″

8

 

123°24′40″

42

That portion of Premier Lake south of a line extending from the southeast corner of Lot 11021 to the northwest corner of Lot 11869

northeast of Wasa

49°56′31″

16

 

115°39′20″

43

All of Todd Inlet and Brentwood Bay in a westerly direction to a line drawn from the northeast corner of Gowlland Tod Provincial Park at Morning Dew Road to the Brentwood Bay Ferry Terminal

near Victoria

48°34′31″

8

 

123°28′14″

44

(1) Subject to subitem (2), all of Prospect Lake

near Victoria

48°30′48″

8

 

123°26′28″

 

(2) That interior part of Prospect Lake 91 m from the shoreline, as indicated by marker buoys, from 10:00 a.m. to one half-hour before sunset

   

60

45

The narrows and small bays at each end of Heffley Lake, as indicated by appropriate signs

northeast of Kamloops

50°49′55″

15

 

120°04′01″

46

Long Lake

Nanaimo

49°12′39″

60

 

124°00′54″

47

Brannen Lake

Nanaimo

49°12′51″

60

 

124°03′19″

48

Quennell Lake, except for the area in the most northerly and westerly arm of the lake, as indicated by appropriate signs

Nanaimo

49°04′02″

8

 

123°49′11″

49

That area in the western end of Williams Lake in the vicinity of Scout Island, as indicated by appropriate signs

Williams Lake

52°07′01″

8

 

122°04′19″

50

Birds Eye Cove

Maple Bay

48°48′04″

8

 

123°36′02″

51

Strawberry Slough

east of Mission

49°09′07″

8

 

122°10′19″

52

Marshall Lake

Gold Bridge

50°55′12″

15

 

122°35′05″

53

Nicomen Slough, except for the portion between the Dewdney and DeRoche bridges

Mission

49°10′50″

8

 

122°06′05″

54

That part of Alouette Lake south of a line drawn in a southeasterly direction from the western shore of the lake at the north boat ramp to the signs on the eastern shore of the lake

northeast of Maple Ridge

49°20′27″

8

 

122°24′14″

55

That part of Okanagan Lake known as City Park Beach, as indicated by buoys and signs

Kelowna

49°54′ 119°29′

8

56

That part of Okanagan Lake known as the vessel passage sections of the Okanagan Lake bridge

Kelowna

49°53′ 119°30′

8

57

That part of Skaha Lake known as Skaha Marina Harbour, as indicated by buoys and signs

Penticton

49°25′21″

8

 

119°35′16″

58

That part of Okanagan Lake known as Okanagan Lake Marina, as indicated by buoys and signs

Penticton

49°30′19″

8

 

119°35′19″

59

Lac des Roches

Bridge Lake

51°28′04″

20

 

120°34′02″

60

Harrison River (small bay)

Harrison Lake

49°13′44″

10

 

121°56′47″

61

Chilko River (that part of the river from Chilko Lake downstream to the water survey station, as indicated by signs)

Chilko Lake

52°05′42″

5

 

123°27′43″

45 The portion of item 4 under the heading “Trent-Severn Waterway” of Part 2 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations in columns 2 and 3 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2


Specific Location

Column 3


Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

4

44°11′52″

44°12′ 77°35′

 

77°35′28″

 
 

to

 
 

44°12′31″

 
 

77°35′37″

 

46 The portion of item 5 under the heading “Trent-Severn Waterway” of Part 2 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations in column 2 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2

Specific Location

5

44°16′09″

 

77°34′39″

 

to

 

44°15′52″

 

77°36′21″

47 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Kingston-Cornwall Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 6:

Item

Column 1





Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada
or Description

Column 2





Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4



Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

7

That part of Old Mill Creek flowing through parts of Lots 23, 24 and 25, Concession 9 of Rideau Lakes Township, Leeds and Grenville County, from Highway 42 to its confluence with Lower Beverly Lake

 

44°38′ 75°49′

9

8

That part of the Raisin River in South Glengarry Township, United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, from a point 45 m south of the Highway 2 bridge, extending in a northwesterly direction upstream to the western boundary of Lot V, Concession 1 SSR

 

45°08′ 74°30′

9

9

That part of Collins Bay in Kingston Township, extending northeast of a line connecting the boundary between Lots 1 and 2 in Concessions 1 and 2 of that township

 

44°14′ 76°37′

9

10

That part of the St. Lawrence River known locally as the “Canadian Middle Channel”, commencing at the eastern tip of Wood Island at the charted location of red spar buoy H-16, thence southwesterly along that channel between Ash and Wallace Islands to the southwestern tip of Ash Island at the charted location of green spar buoy H-17, as described in column 2

44°21′33.5″

44°21′ 76°00′

18

75°59′33.5″

to

44°20′56.5″

76°00′21.5

11

That part of the St. Lawrence River known as The Lost Channel, commencing at the eastern end of The Lost Channel to the north of Sunset Island, thence southwesterly along The Lost Channel to the south of Georgina Island under the Thousand Islands International Bridge, thence between Constance Island and Island 92, thence between Rabbit and Tom Thumb Islands, thence west-southwesterly between Hill and Wallace Islands to the north of Needle Island and thence between Palm and Butts Islands and terminating at the southwestern tip of Butts Island, as described in column 2

44°21′45″

44°21′ 76°00′

15

75°58′36″

to

44°20′54″

76°00′09″

12

That part of the St. Lawrence River commencing at a point between the northern tips of Pine and Reveille Islands, thence southerly, thence west-southwesterly between Wiser and Kittner Islands, Carnegie and Hill Islands, and Reciprocity and Hill Islands, thence under the Thousand Islands International Bridge, thence between Trois and Hill Islands, thence along Bensons Rift between Rabbit and Hill Islands and terminating at the western tip of Rabbit Island, as described in column 2

44°21′48″

44°21′ 76°00′

9

75°58′06″

to

44°21′21″

75°59′08″

13

That part of the St. Lawrence River known as the Needle’s Eye, between the southern shore of Needles Eye Island and the western tip of Hill Island, as described in column 2

44°21′00″

44°21′ 76°00′

9

75°59′53″

14

That part of the St. Lawrence River known as the Gananoque Narrows, commencing at a line drawn between Princess Charlotte and Blueberry Islands at the charted location of green spar buoy J1, thence northwesterly between Prince Regent Green Light L.L. 365 and the Gananoque Narrows East Red Light L.L. 364.9, thence westerly between the charted location of red spar buoy J2 and Prince Regent Island to a point midway between the Gananoque Narrows West Light L.L. 365.2 and the shore of Prince Regent Island, as described in column 2

44°19′26″

44°20′ 76°05′

15

76°04′44.5″

to

44°19′24″

76°05′12″

15

That part of the St. Lawrence River commencing at a point 100 m north of the charted location of red spar buoy JE10 between Hay and Forsyth Islands, thence southerly between the charted location of red spar buoy I-2 and Hay Island, thence southwesterly between the charted locations of red spar buoy JE14 and green spar buoy JE13, as described in column 2

44°18′40″

44°18′ 76°09′

24

76°09′30″

to

44°18′22″

76°09′37″

16

That part of the St. Lawrence River known as Wanderers Channel, commencing at a line drawn between White Calf Island and the charted location of green spar buoy JE-8, thence west-southwesterly between Little White Calf Island and Island D, thence between Water Lily and Burnt Islands, thence between Stonesthrow and Pitchpine Islands, thence between Lindsay and Sagastaweka Islands, thence along the northern shore of Bostwick Island between Bostwick and Indiana Islands and terminating on a line drawn between the southwestern tips of Aubrey and Mermaid Islands, as described in column 2

44°18′52″

44°18′ 76°11′

9

76°09′44″

to

44°17′38″

76°11′30″

17

Graham Lake in Front of Yonge Township, Leeds County (see Note 1)

 

44°34′ 75°53′

50

18

Graham Lake in the Township of Front of Yonge, Leeds County (see Note 2)

 

44°34′ 75°53′

8

19

That part of the St. Lawrence River known as Raft Narrows, extending westerly between Club Island and the mainland, thence between Hill Island and the mainland to a point under the Thousand Islands International Bridge, as described in column 2 (see Note 3)

44°22′30″

44°22′ 75°58′

40

75°55′54″

to

44°21′48″

75°59′00″

20

That part of the St. Lawrence River known as the Canadian Small Vessel Channel, commencing at the charted location of green spar buoy U-17 and, thence southwesterly between Goose and Grenadier Islands, thence between Van Buren and Grenadier Islands, thence between Tar and Grenadier Islands, thence between Tar and Buck Islands, thence between Tar and Little Grenadier Islands, thence between Tar and Doctor Islands and terminating at the flashing intermittent red light (44°22′46″ 75°55′20″) (see Note 3)

44°24′30″

44°24′ 75°55′

40

75°53′06″

to

44°22′46″

75°55′20″

21

That part of the St. Lawrence River known as the Tar Island Narrows, commencing at the northeastern tip of Tar Island and extending southwesterly between Tar Island and the mainland to the southwestern tip of Tar Island, as described in column 2 (see Note 3)

44°24′12″

44°24′ 75°55′

40

75°54′00″

to

44°22′48″

75°55′36″

22

That part of the St. Lawrence River within Leeds and the Thousand Islands Township, Leeds County, as described in column 2 (see Note 4)

44°22′03″

44°24′ 75°55′

8

75°58′16″

to

44°20′38″

75°57′57″

to

44°24′34″

75°51′09″

to

44°26′12″

75°52′30″

23

Belleville Harbour, being all those waters within the area commencing at the southeastern breakwater of the Meyers Pier, proceeding westerly to the southeastern point of Zwicks Centennial Park, northerly to the CPR bridge, easterly to the inner harbour of Victoria Park, southerly along the eastern shore of Victoria Harbour, easterly along the shoreline of the Anchorage property to the Meyers Pier

44°09′13″

44°09′ 77°23′

9

77°22′25″

to

44°09′09″

77°22′56″

to

44°10′36″

77°22′53″

48 The portion of item 3 under the heading “Georgian Bay Area” of Part 2 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations in column 2 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2

Specific Location

3

45°18′59″

 

80°02′32″

 

to

 

45°18′52″

 

80°02′42″

49 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Georgian Bay Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 3:

Item

Column 1





Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2





Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4



Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

4

That part of Georgian Bay between the islands and the Honey Harbour shore from a point 365 m south of the day beacon at the northern tip of Picnic Island to a submerged rock crib at the northern end of that channel known locally as the “Delawana Channel”, all enclosed within the following coordinates: 44°52′25″ 79°49′24″; 44°52′01″ 79°49′26″; 44°51′56″ 79°49′33″; 44°51′48″ 79°49′36″; 44°51′45″ 79°49′40″; 44°51′47″ 79°49′44″; 44°52′11″ 79°49′48″; 44°52′18″ 79°49′37″; 44°52′20″ 79°49′30″

 

44°52′ 79°49′

9

5

That part of the Key River in the vicinity of Key Harbour

45°53′13″

45°53′ 80°44′

9

80°43′28″

to

45°53′15″

80°43′57″

6

That part of the main channel from the rock marked by a black spar buoy off Minnehaha Point to a red day beacon south of Deer Island

44°53′15″

44°53′ 79°50′

9

79°50′03″

to

44°53′00″

79°49′40″

7

That part of North Bay that is 365 m south and 640 m north of Wood Landing

44°53′39″

44°53′ 79°48′

9

79°47′17″

to

44°54′04″

79°46′49″

8

That part of Honey Harbour on the northern shore of Mermaid Island, crossing the entrance to Pratt Bay, and eastward past the eastern tip of Mermaid Island

44°52′31″

44°52′ 79°49′

9

79°48′20″

to

44°52′37″

79°48′40″

9

The narrow channel of Twelve Mile Bay fronting Lots 14, 15, 16 and 17, Plan M312, Georgian Bay Township, Muskoka District

45°04′52″

45°05′ 80°00′

9

79°58′00″

to

45°04′52″

79°57′45″

10

That part of the Canoe Channel from Squaw Island to Lots 74 and 75, Concession 10, Carling Township

45°21′17″

45°21′ 80°18′

8

80°17′50″

to

45°21′19″

80°17′35″

11

That part of the Ukuwaube Channel from Snug Island to Lot 41, Concession 1, Carling Township

45°22′35″

45°23′ 80°19′

8

80°18′50″

to

45°22′46″

80°18′55″

12

That part of Georgian Bay known as the Freddy Channel and adjoining waters, from the northwestern tip of Kennebeck Island and Wabena Point to the northwestern tip of Portage Island

44°55′49″

44°56′ 79°54′

9

79°55′03″

and

44°55′49″

79°54′44″

to

44°56′22″

79°53′45″

13

That part of the Black River from Gloucester Pool (44°48′55″ 79°40′34″) to McLean Lake (44°49′00″ 79°40′00″)

 

44°49′ 79°41′

9

14

Entrance to Mannings Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, commencing at coordinates 45°01′45″ 79°51′22″, thence westerly approximately 100 m to coordinates 45°01′45″ 79°51′26″

 

45°02′ 79°52′

40

15

Flat Rapids in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, commencing at coordinates 44°59′22″ 79°50′10″, thence northwesterly approximately 300 m to coordinates 44°59′30″ 79°50′20″

 

45°00′ 79°50′

40

16

That part of the Go Home River, Georgian Bay Township, commencing at coordinates 45°01′15″ 79°51′54″, thence southwesterly approximately 2000 m to coordinates 45°00′59″ 79°53′18″

 

45°00′ 79°58′

60

17

Four Seasons Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, commencing at coordinates 44°59′39″ 79°59′48″, thence northwesterly approximately 1500 m to coordinates 45°00′10″ 79°51′42″

 

45°00′ 79°51″

60

18

Haunted Narrows in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, commencing at coordinates 45°00′47″ 79°51′22″, thence northerly approximately 100 m to coordinates 45°00′50″ 79°51′22″

 

45°01′ 79°51′

40

19

That part of Go Home Lake known locally as the “New Cut”, Georgian Bay Township, Muskoka District, commencing at coordinates 45°00′47″ 79°50′51″, thence northwesterly approximately 100 m to coordinates 45°00′50″ 79°50′55″

 

45°01′ 79°51′

9

20

That part of Minors Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, commencing at coordinates 44°59′25″ 79°48′30″, thence southwesterly approximately 1200 m to coordinates 44°59′10″ 79°49′20″

 

44°59′ 79°49′

60

21

That part of Minors Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, commencing at coordinates 44°59′10″ 79°49′20″, thence southwesterly approximately 380 m to coordinates 44°59′06″ 79°49′35″

 

44°59′ 79°49′

40

22

Echo Bay and Stumpy Bay in Go Home Lake, and part of the Musquash River in Georgian Bay Township, all in Muskoka District, commencing at coordinates 44°58′56″ 79°50′25″, thence westerly and southerly approximately 1800 m to coordinates 44°58′12″ 79°50′42″

 

Echo Bay

60

44°59′ 79°51′

Stumpy Bay

44°59′ 79°51′

Musquash River

44°57′ 79°52′

23

Keyhole Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, being within the waters of Keyhole Bay west of 45°00′11″ 79°50′51″

 

45°00′ 79°51′

60

24

Heart Bay and Crystal Bay in Go Home Lake, Muskoka District, and that part of Go Home Lake southwest of Rabbit Island, Georgian Bay Township, Muskoka District, commencing at coordinates 45°01′00″ 79°51′30″, thence northwesterly 500 m to coordinates 45°01′10″ 79°51′35″

 

Heart Bay

60

45°00′ 79°52′

Crystal Bay

45°01′ 79°52′

Go Home Lake

45°01′ 79°51′

25

That part of the Nottawasaga River within the Town of Wasaga Beach

44°32′19″

44°32′ 80°00′

50

80°00′37″

to

44°29′20″

79°58′59″

26

The body of water between Collins Bay and Deep Bay known as Collins Channel, as described in column 2

45°23′00″

45°23′ 80°13′

8

80°12′30″

to

45°23′38″

80°13′22″

27

That part of Georgian Bay known as Skerryvore Bay and the channel between Hunters Island and Lots 33 and 34, Concession 9, The Archipelago Township, as described in column 2

45°32′08″

45°15′ 80°45′

8

80°23′03″

to

45°32′04″

80°23′02″

28

That part of Georgian Bay on the western shore of Tiny Township from Concession 1 (County Rd 27) to Concession 16 (Lafontaine Rd), extending 300 m from the shore, enclosed within the coordinates described in column 2

44°33′33″

44°42′ 79°56′

10

79°59′42″

to

44°44′30″

80°05′30″

50 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Kenora Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 1:

Item

Column 1

Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada
or Description

Column 2


Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4

Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

2

That part of the Lake of the Woods known as Portage Bay and Keewatin Bay, north of the Highway 17 bridge

 

49°46′ 94°33′

9

3

Laurensons Creek

49°45′45″

49°46′ 94°29′

9

94°29′15″

to

49°45′53″

94°27′41″

51 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Pembroke Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 5:

Item

Column 1

Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada
or Description

Column 2


Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4

Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

6

That part of the Madawaska River in Lot 6, Concession 7, Madawaska Township, Renfrew County, as described in column 2

45°23′03″

45°27′ 76°21′

8

77°37′37″

to

45°22′30″

77°37′37″

52 The portion of item 1 under the heading “Haliburton Area” of Part 2 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations in column 2 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2

Specific Location

1

44°45′22″

78°53′39″

to

44°46′25″

78°52′55″

53 The portion of item 3 under the heading “Haliburton Area” of Part 2 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations in column 2 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2

Specific Location

3

45°13′02″

 

78°32′36″

 

to

 

45°12′48″

 

78°33′29″

54 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Haliburton Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 5:

Item

Column 1





Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2






Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4



Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

6

Ox Narrows, Kushog Lake, in Algonquin Highlands Township, Haliburton County

45°07′ 78°49′

45°04′ 78°47′

9

7

The narrows between Kashagawigamog Lake and Soyers Lake, in Minden Hills Township, Haliburton County

Soyers Lake to Kashagawigamog Lake

45°01′ 78°37′

9

44°59′ 78°36′

8

That part of the narrows between Paudash Lake in the Municipality of Highlands East, Haliburton County, and Lower Paudash Lake, within 100 m of the McGillivray Road Bridge

 

44°58′ 78°02′

8

9

The narrows between Little Boshkung Lake in Minden Hills Township, and Boshkung Lake in Algonquin Highlands Township, Haliburton County

42°02′38″

45°02′ 78°44′

9

to

45°04′ 78°44′

45°02′52″

 

and

78°43′19″

to

78°43′07″

10

That part of the Gull River between the boundaries of Algonquin Highlands Township and the united townships of Dysart, Dudley, Harcourt, Guilford, Harburn, Bruton, Havelock, Eyre and Clyde (45°02′ 78°33′) and Maple Lake in Algonquin Highlands Township (45°06′ 78°40′), all within Haliburton County

44°56′30″

44°53′ 78°45′

9

78°42′48″

to

44°53′13″

78°45′21″

11

That part of the Gull River from the bridge on King’s Highway 35 in Minden Hills Township, southerly to Gull Lake in Minden Hills Township, all within Haliburton County

44°56′30″

44°53′ 78°45′

16

78°42′48″

to

44°53′13″

78°45′21″

12

That part of the Gull River from the outflow of Moore Lake in Minden Hills Township, Haliburton County, southerly to the dam at Norland in the City of Kawartha Lakes

44°48′ 78°48′

44°38′ 78°49′

16

to

44°43′ 78°49′

13

That part of the Gull River between Beech Lake (45°04′28″ 78°42′20″) and Boshkung Lake (45°04′06″ 78°43′00″) in Algonquin Highlands Township, Haliburton County

 

45°04′ 78°43′

9

55 The portion of item 5 under the heading “Toronto Area” of Part 2 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations in column 2 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2

Specific Location

5

43°32′52″

79°34′51″

to

43°33′24″

79°36′35″

56 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Toronto Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 5:

Item

Column 1





Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2





Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4




Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

6

That part of Lake Ontario within 150 m of the shore from the westerly projection of the R.C. Harris Water Filtration Plant to the mouth of the Rouge River

43°40′00″

79°16′30″

to

43°47′30″

79°07′00″

43°45′ 78°00′

9

7

That part of Lake Ontario within 150 m of the shore from the mouth of Etobicoke Creek to the mouth of the Humber River

43°35′00″

79°32′40″

to

43°38′00″

79°28′30″

43°45′ 78°00′

9

8

That part of Wilcox Lake in the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, York County, between latitudes 43°56′35″ and 43°57′00″ and between longitudes 79°25′00″ and 79°26′50″, except for the “no boating” area

 

43°57′ 79°26′

9

9

Bronte Harbour and that part of Twelve Mile Creek from Bronte Harbour upstream to a point 1.7 km from Lake Ontario, all in the Town of Oakville, as described in column 2

43°23′33″

79°42′23″

to

43°23′43″

79°43′22″

Bronte Harbour

43°23′ 79°42′

Twelve Mile Creek

43°11′ 79°17′

9

10

Oakville Harbour and that part of Sixteen Mile Creek from Oakville Harbour upstream to a point 3.2 km from Lake Ontario, all in the Town of Oakville, as described in column 2

43°26′21″

79°39′58″

to

43°27′06″

79°42′03″

43°26′ 79°40′

9

57 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Chatham Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 6:

Item

Column 1






Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2





Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4



Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

7

The Sydenham River from its junction with the Chenal Ecarté, locally known as The Forks, to Base Line Road

42°33′38″

82°24′41″

to

42°34′49″

82°23′33″

42°33′40″

82°24′39″

8

8

The Chenal Ecarté from its junction with the St. Clair River to its junction with Lake St. Clair

42°38′17″

82°30′13″

to

42°28′13″

82°28′32″

42°28′ 82°29′

8

9

The Johnston Channel from its junction with the Chenal Ecarté to its junction with Lake St. Clair

42°34′56″

82°26′46″

to

42°28′34″

82°31′38″

42°34′ 82°27′

8

10

That part of the Sydenham River from Base Line Road to McKee Road and Kimball Road

42°34′49″

42°33′40″

8

82°23′33″

82°24′39″

to

 

42°36′18″

 

82°23′19″

 

to

 

42°35′52″

 

82°21′30″

 

11

The Thames River from its junction with McGregor Creek to its junction with Lake St. Clair

42°24′23″

82°11′06″

to

42°19′08″

82°27′14″

42°19′ 82°27′

8

12

That part of the Detroit River that is inland waters within Peche Island, enclosed within the following coordinates: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 42°20′35″ 82°55′44″, thence to 42°20′37″ 82°55′46″, thence to 42°20′39″ 82°55′36″, thence to 42°20′42″ 82°55′32″, thence to another point on shore at approximately 42°20′43″ 82°55′28″

 

42°20′48″

82°55′34″

6

13

That part of the Ruscom River from its intersection with the CPR right-of-way to the mouth of that river

42°18′00″

82°37′16″

to

42°18′06″

82°37′11″

42°18′ 82°37′

9

14

That part of Cedar Creek from the eastern boundary of Lot 17 to the western boundary of Lot 19, Western Division, Town of Kingsville, Essex County

 

42°01′ 82°46′

9

15

That part of Cedar Creek from its intersection with Heritage Road, eastward to its intersection with 3rd Blvd on Cedar Island Drive and the channel between Heritage Road and Cedar Island Road that leads to the public boat ramp from that creek

42°00′47″

82°45′51″

42°01′ 82°46′

6

16

That part of Lake Erie fronting the Municipality of Leamington from the federal public dock to the eastern boundary of the Leamington Marina, as indicated by signs

42°01′30″

82°36′00″

42°01′ 82°36′

7

58 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Lindsay-Peterborough Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 13:

Item

Column 1



Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2



Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4


Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

14

That part of the Gull River from the dam in the City of Kawartha Lakes to the entrance of Shadow Lake

44°43′44″

44°44′ 78°48′

9

78°48′39″

to

44°44′11″

78°47′46″

15

That part of the Gull River from Shadow Lake to Silver Lake, in the City of Kawartha Lakes

44°41′58″

44°41′ 78°48′

9

78°47′51″

to

44°41′25″

78°47′55″

16

That part of the Gull River from Silver Lake to Lot 41, Front Range, in the City of Kawartha Lakes

44°40′07″

44°38′ 78°49′

9

78°47′42″

to

44°40′54″

78°47′42″

17

That part of Big Bald Lake in Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Township, Peterborough County, within the coordinates set out in column 2

44°34′46″

44°34′ 78°23′

9

78°22′35.5″

to

44°35′01″

78°22′15″

18

That part of Pigeon Lake between an unnamed island and the northern shore of Snake Island, a distance of approximately 150 m

44°28′18″

44°47′ 78°49′

9

78°29′42″

19

That part of Deer Bay Creek extending approximately 800 m north of Lower Buckhorn Lake, in Galway-Cavendish and Harvey Township

 

44°34′ 78°16′

9

59 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Muskoka-Parry Sound Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 3:

Item

Column 1





Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2





Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4



Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

4

That part of the North Branch Muskoka River between Hunters Bay on Lake Vernon and Fairy Lake

45°20′ 79°14′

45°02′ 79°19′

9

5

That part of the North Branch Muskoka River from Mary Lake to Fairy Lake

45°17′ 79°14′

45°02′ 79°19′

9

to

45°19′ 79°12′

6

The canal between Fairy Lake and Peninsula Lake

Fairy Lake to Peninsula Lake

45°20′ 79°11′

9

45°20′ 79°06′

7

That part of the North Branch Muskoka River from Bracebridge Falls upstream to Mary Lake

45°02′ 79°18′

45°02′ 79°19′

9

to

45°13′ 79°16′

8

That part of the South Branch Muskoka River from its junction with the North Branch Muskoka River to the northern boundary of Concession 3 of Central Frontenac Township, except for the part of that River known as Orillia Lake

45°02′ 79°18′

45°02′ 79°19′

9

to

45°07′ 79°08′

9

Lake Muskoka (see Note 5)

 

45°00′ 79°25′

9

10

Lake Joseph (see Note 5)

 

45°10′ 79°44′

9

11

Lake Rosseau (see Note 5)

 

45°10′ 79°35′

9

12

Little Lake Joseph (see Note 5)

 

45°13′ 79°41′

9

13

Joseph River connecting Lake Joseph to Lake Rosseau from the Ames Point entrance to the Joseph River Shoal, as described in column 2 (see Note 6)

45°09′58″

45°08′ 79°39′

9

79°41′42″

to

45°08′28″

79°38′50″

14

Shadow River

 

45°15′ 79°39′

9

15

Indian River, including Mirror Lake, Muskoka Lakes Township, Muskoka District (see Note 6)

 

45°06′ 79°34′

9

16

Walker Lake, Muskoka District

 

45°22′52″

12

79°05′11″

17

That part of the Oxtongue River in Lake of Bays Township, Muskoka District, from Lake of Bays upstream to Marshs Falls on old Highway 35

 

45°19′ 79°01′

9

18

That part of the Magnetawan River from the dam (45°37′ 79°25′) downstream to the Highway 11 bypass bridge (45°38′ 79°25′)

45°37′ 79°25′

45°46′ 80°37′

9

19

That part of the Magnetawan River from the Highway 11 bridge south of Katrine, including the access creek into Doe Lake (45°34′ 79°21′), to the fork of the west-flowing section of that river located north of the Village of Burk′s Falls

45°34′ 79°21′

45°46′ 80°37′

9

to

45°38′ 79°24′

20

That part of the Magnetawan River fronting the Village of Magnetawan, Municipality of Magnetawan, Parry Sound District

45°39′40″

79°38′50″

to

45°40′00″

79°38′20″

45°46′ 80°37′

9

21

The narrows in Whitestone Lake opposite
Lots 30 and 31, Concession 7, Municipality of Whitestone

45°37′47″

79°51′45″

to

45°37′40″

79°51′24″

45°39′ 79°52′

15

22

The narrows in Whitestone Lake between the coordinates set out in column 2

45°38′52″

79°51′20″

to

45°38′46″

79°51′09″

45°39′ 79°52′

9

23

That part of the Severn River from Wasdell Falls to the Trent-Severn Waterway below Lock 42, adjacent to the City of Orillia, Simcoe County, and the Town of Gravenhurst, Muskoka District

44°46′51″

79°17′35″

to

44°46′11″

79°21′00″

44°46′ 79°20′

9

24

Little Lake in Baxter Township, Muskoka District, and Tay Township, Simcoe County, as indicated by signs

 

44°49′ 79°43′

9

25

The narrow channel between the coordinates set out in column 2, Parry Sound District

45°24′26″

79°42′00″

to

45°24′20″

79°42′08″

45°24′ 79°42′

80

26

Healey Lake, The Archipelago Township, Parry Sound District

 

45°10′ 79°55′

9

27

That part of Parry Sound Harbour, known locally as the “Inner Harbour”, lying north of a line connecting Bob’s Point and Champaigne Street, Parry Sound, Parry Sound District

45°20′18″

80°02′28″

to

45°20′09″

80°01′52″

45°20′ 80°03′

9

28

Lake of Bays (see Note 7)

 

45°15′ 79°04′

9

29

That part of the South Branch Muskoka River from Lake of Bays to the Baysville Dam in the Village of Baysville (see Note 7)

45°08′54″

79°06′44″

to

45°09′13″

79°06′50″

45°09′ 79°07′

9

30

That part of Hassard Lake and Perry Lake from 400 m north of the highway bridge to 800 m south of the bridge within the Town of Kearney, as described in column 2

45°33′39″

79°13′25″

to

45°33′04″

79°13′37″

45°33′ 79°13′

9

31

Kahshe Lake

 

44°51′ 79°18′

70

32

Bass Lake in Muskoka District

 

44°52′18″

79°12′28″

70

33

Blackstone Lake in The Archipelago Township, Parry Sound District (see Note 3)

 

45°14′ 79°53′

70

34

Blackstone Lake in The Archipelago Township, Parry Sound District (see Note 7)

 

45°14′ 79°53′

9

35

That part of the Manitouwabing River in Lot 22, Concessions 4 and 5, McKellar Township, Parry Sound District

45°27′42″

79°51′20″

to

45°28′02″

79°51′50″

45°28′ 79°51′

9

60 The portion of items 1 and 2 under the heading “London Area” of Part 2 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1


Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

1

That part of the Thames River that is within the limits of the City of London (see Note 8)

2

That part of the North Thames River that is within the limits of the City of London (see Note 8)

61 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “London Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 2:

Item

Column 1





Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2





Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4




Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

3

That part of Kettle Creek from the King George Bridge north to the limit of the Village of Port Stanley, Southwold Township, Elgin County

 

42°38′ 81°13′

9

4

That part of Catfish Creek from its mouth in Lake Erie upstream to a municipal bridge known as the Jamestown Crossing, a distance of approximately 5.59 km, all within Malahide Township, Elgin County

42°39′13″

81°00′28″

to

42°40′32″

81°02′15″

42°39′ 81°00′

6

62 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Niagara-Simcoe Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 2:

Item

Column 1




Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2




Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4



Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

3

That part of Black Creek from its mouth in the Niagara River to a point 2.4 km south at the bridge at the Queen Elizabeth Way

42°58′45″

79°01′30″

to

42°57′50″

79°01′15″

42°58′ 79°02′

6

4

That part of Black Creek, Norfolk County, from its junction with the Lynn River, upstream to the Black Creek Bridge between Concessions 1 and 2, former Woodhouse Township

42°47′22″

80°11′54″

to

42°48′05″

80°11′02″

42°47′23″

80°11′53″

6

5

That part of the Welland River from its mouth in the Niagara River to a point 160 m west of the Greater Niagara Boating Club

43°03′50″

79°02′44″

to

43°02′49″

79°04′17″

43°04′ 79°03′

12

6

That part of the Lynn River, Norfolk County, from the northern limit of the federal harbour in the City of Port Dover upstream to Misner’s Dam

42°47′00″

80°11′58″

to

42°47′28″

80°12′00″

42°47′04″

80°11′56″

6

63 The portion of item 1 under the heading “Lake Simcoe and Surrounding Area” of Part 2 of Schedule 6 to the English version of the Regulations in column 3 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 3

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

1

44°33′ 79°13′

64 Part 2 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Lake Simcoe and Surrounding Area” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 5:

Item

Column 1




Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2




Specific Location

Column 3

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4



Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

6

Pefferlaw Brook in the Town of Georgina, from its mouth to a point 800 m downstream from the community of Pefferlaw

44°20′ 79°13′

to

44°19′30″

79°12′30″

44°20′ 79°13′

9

7

Black River in the Town of Georgina, from its mouth to the government dock at Sutton Dam

44°19′21″

79°20′49″

to

44°18′17″

79°21′37″

44°19′ 79°21′

9

8

Jersey River in the Town of Georgina, from its mouth to the Jersey River at Don Mills Road

44°13′30″

79°28′30″

to

44°13′30″

79°28′00″

44°14′ 79°28′

9

9

That part of the canal sections south of Cook Bay in the Town of Georgina to Ravenshoe Road

44°11′48″

79°29′02″

to

44°11′23″

79°28′49″

44°12′ 79°29′

9

Sudbury Area

1

That part of Maskinonge Creek in St. Charles Township from its mouth to the first bridge upstream from that mouth

46°17′42″

80°22′39″

to

46°17′56″

80°22′46″

46°17′ 80°23′

9

North Bay Area

1

That part of the South River that is in Nipissing Township from the western boundary of
Lot 13, Concession 11, to the extension of the northwestern boundary of Concession B

 

46°08′ 79°34′

9

2

That part of the La Vase River that is in the City of North Bay between Riverbend Road and Lake Nipissing

46°15′29″

79°24′11″

to

46°14′36″

79°25′21″

46°14′ 79°26′

9

3

That part of the Sturgeon River that is in the Municipality of West Nipissing between the Sunbeam Hotel-Motel and the Starlite Marina

46°21′00″

79°58′30″

46°19′ 79°58′

9

Dryden Area

1

That part of the Wabigoon River from the Duke Street Bridge to the westerly extension of Ross Street in the City of Dryden, as described in column 2

49°46′17.5″

92°50′50″

to

49°46′55″

92°50′30″

49°46′ 92°51′

9

Kirkland Lake Area

1

That part of Long Lake within the limits of the Municipality of Charlton and Dack, as described in column 2

47°48′37″

79°59′54″

to

47°48′36″

80°00′10″

47°50′16″

80°09′53″

9

Owen Sound Area

1

That part of the Sauble River from Lake Huron to Sauble Falls in Town of South Bruce Peninsula, Bruce County

44°39′43″

81°16′44″

to

44°40′36″

81°15′22″

44°40′ 81°16″

9

65 The note at the end of Part 2 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations is replaced by the following:

  • Note 1: This restriction applies to a vessel that is more than 45 m from shore.
  • Note 2: This restriction applies to a vessel that is within 45 m of the shore.
  • Note 3: This restriction applies to a vessel that is more than 30 m from shore.
  • Note 4: This restriction applies to a vessel that is within 30 m of the shore.
  • Note 5: This restriction applies to a vessel that is within 30 m of the shore or of a dock, pier, raft, floating platform or another vessel that is anchored, moored or under way, and does not apply to a vessel moving perpendicularly away from the shore while it is being used for water skiing or kite flying while the water skier or kite flyer is in the process of taking off.
  • Note 6: This restriction applies to a vessel that is within 30 m of the shore or a dock, pier, raft, floating platform or another vessel that is anchored, moored or under way.
  • Note 7: This restriction applies to a vessel that is within 30 m of the shore, and does not apply to a vessel moving perpendicularly away from the shore while it is being used for water skiing or kite flying while the water skier or kite flyer is in the process of taking off.

Note 8: This restriction does not apply to special events such as water ski competitions that are endorsed or sanctioned by the City of London.

66 The portion of item 145 of Part 3 of Schedule 6 to the English version of the Regulations in column 2 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 2

Local Name

145

Le passage entre les lacs Dasserat et Desvaux

67 The portion of item 184 of Part 3 of Schedule 6 to the French version of the Regulations in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Article

Colonne 1

Nom indiqué dans le Répertoire toponymique du Québec ou description

184

Grand lac Saint-François, à 100 m ou moins de la rive des trois îles entre les points situés par 45°52′35″ 71°09′27″, 45°48′12″ 71°08′57″ et 45°47′36″ 71°08′51″

68 The portion of items 185 and 186 of Part 3 of Schedule 6 to the English version of the Regulations in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Name Given by the
Répertoire toponymique du Québec or Description

185

Big Saint-François Lake, in Sauvage Bay, in an area delineated by a line drawn between points at the following coordinates: 45°49′03″ 71°09′56″, 45°49′12″ 71°09′37″, 45°50′41″ 71°08′50″ and 45°50′20″ 71°08′40″

186

Big Saint-François Lake, in Sauvage Bay, in an area delineated by a line drawn between points at the following coordinates: 45°49′03″ 71°09′56″, 45°49′12″ 71°09′37″, 45°47′26″ 71°08′20″ and 45°47′21″ 71°08′36″

69 Part 3 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 258:

Item

Column 1



Name Given by the
Répertoire toponymique
du Québec
or Description

Column 2





Local Name

Column 3

Location Reference
(
Répertoire toponymique du Québec Reference System)

Column 4


Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

259

Châteauguay River, from point A at coordinates 45°22′15.23″ 73°45′13.20″ to point B at coordinates 45°22′47.44″ 73°45′07.28″

Rivière Châteauguay

Point A: 45°22′15.23″ 73°45′13.20″

10

Point B: 45°22′47.44″ 73°45′07.28″

260

Châteauguay River, from point B at coordinates 45°22′47.44″ 73°45′07.28″ to point C at coordinates 45°22′58.93″ 73°46′09.17″

Rivière Châteauguay

Point B: 45°22′47.44″ 73°45′07.28″

10

Point C: 45°22′58.93″ 73°46′09.17″

261

Châteauguay River, from point B at coordinates 45°22′47.44″ 73°45′07.28″ to point D at coordinates 45°24′01.49″ 73°45′06.44″

Rivière Châteauguay

Point B: 45°22′47.44″ 73°45′07.28″

10

Point D: 45°24′01.49″ 73°45′06.44″

262

Within 60 m of the shore of Masson Lake

Lac Masson

46°01′53″

6

74°03′29″

263

Within 60 m of the shore of Du Nord Lake

Baie North

46°03′21″

6

74°01′46″

264

Within 60 m of the shore of Dupuis Lake

Lac Dupuis

46°02′ 74°01′

6

265

Under the bridge between Dupuis and Masson Lakes and 120 m on either side of the bridge

 

46°02′ 74°01′

6

266

Under the bridge between Du Nord and Masson Lakes and 120 m on either side of the bridge

 

46°03′21″

6

74°01′46″

267

Lake François

Lac François

46°30′ 75°18′

25

268

Little Lake François

Petit lac François

46°29′ 75°19′

25

269

Elmina Lake

Lac Elmina

46°28′ 75°27′

25

270

Du Bois Clair Lake

Lac du Bois Clair

46°27′ 75°26′

25

271

Pilon Lake

Lac Pilon

46°26′ 75°25′

25

272

Latreille Lake

Lac Latreille

46°27′ 75°24′

25

273

Tomkin Lake

Lac Tomkin

46°21′ 75°28′

25

274

Valiquet Lake

Lac Valiquet

46°22′00″

25

75°26′00″

275

À Scattolin Lake

Lac à Scattolin

46°29′ 75°22′

25

276

De l’Aqueduc Lake

Lac de l’Aqueduc

46°29′ 75°21′

25

277

Aux Quenouilles Lake

Lac aux Quenouilles

46°28′ 75°21′

25

278

Hélène Lake

Lac Hélène

46°28′ 75°20′

25

279

Brûlé Lake

Lac Brûlé

46°28′ 75°19′

25

280

Bisson Lake

Lac Bisson

46°29′ 75°18′

25

281

À la Truite Lake

Lac à la Truite

46°26′ 75°19′

25

282

Des Cœurs Lake

Lac des Cœurs

46°28′ 75°17′

25

283

Little Lake Lyon

Petit lac Lyon

46°15′ 75°25′

25

284

Perdu Lake

Lac Perdu

46°17′08″

75°24′20″

25

285

Dumbell Lake

Lac Dumbell

46°16′ 75°24′

25

286

Puant Lake

Lac Puant

46°16′ 75°24′

25

287

Youville Lake

Lac Youville

46°28′ 75°16′

25

288

Snyder Lake

Lac Snyder

46°27′ 75°15′

25

289

La Ligne Lake

Lac Gaston

46°26′ 75°15′

25

290

Allet Lake

Lac Allet

46°25′ 75°18′

25

291

Des Mauves Lake

Lac des Mauves

46°25′ 75°18′

25

292

Deschamps Lake

Lac Deschamps

46°24′ 75°17′

25

293

Iberville Lake

Lac Iberville

46°23′ 75°16′

25

294

À Wagon Lake

Lac à Wagon

46°25′ 75°14′

25

295

Sonis Lake

Lac Sonis

46°25′ 75°14′

25

296

Steel Lake

Lac Steel

46°23′ 75°15′

25

297

Du Diable Lake

Lac du Diable

46°28′ 75°16′

25

298

Perdu Lake

Lac Perdu

46°26′ 75°21′

25

299

Duffy Lake

Lac Duffy

46°18′ 75°26′

25

300

Noir Lake

Lac Noir

46°22′ 75°14′

25

301

Coulon Lake

Lac Coulon

46°21′ 75°24′

25

302

Longeau Lake

Lac Longeau

46°17′ 75°27′

25

303

Perras Lake

Lac Perras

46°16′ 75°27′

25

304

Du Chef Lake

Lac du Chef

46°16′ 75°27′

25

305

Rolleau Lake

Lac Rolleau

46°21′ 75°14′

25

306

Caché Lake

Lac Caché

46°26′ 75°18′

25

307

Small Flood Lake

Petit lac Flood

46°18′ 75°27′

25

308

Canard Lake

Lac Canard

46°14′ 75°26′

25

309

Brochet Lake

Lac Brochet

46°27′ 75°19′

25

310

À la Vase Lake

Lac à la Vase

46°27′ 75°20′

25

311

Des Zouaves Lake

Lac des Zouaves

46°23′ 75°14′

25

312

Guibort Lake

Lac Guibort

46°21′ 75°14′

25

313

Hull Lake

Lac Hull

46°20′ 75°14′

25

314

Fos Lake

Lac Fos

46°20′ 75°15′

25

315

Gaucher Lake

Lac Gaucher

46°20′ 75°27′

25

316

Mitchell Lake

Lac Mitchell

46°20′ 75°25′

25

317

Little Du Chevreuil Lake

Petit lac du Chevreuil

46°20′ 75°25′

25

318

Berneuil Lake

Lac Berneuil

46°14′ 75°26′

25

319

Within 60 m of the shore of Charlebois Lake

Lac Charlebois

46°05′ 74°03′

6

320

Charlebois Lake

Lac Charlebois

46°05′ 74°03′

60

321

Poulin Lake

Lac Poulin

46°06′ 70°49′

65

322

Des Seize Îles Lake

Lac des Seize Îles

45°54′ 74°28′

56 (from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.)

323

Des Seize Îles Lake

Lac des Seize Îles

45°54′ 74°28′

40 (from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m.)

324

Des Seize Îles Lake, between a point at coordinates 45°55′ 74°28′ and Hawthorne Island at coordinates 45°55′ 74°28′

Lac des Seize Îles

45°54′ 74°28′

8

325

Within 23 m of the shore of Des Seize Îles Lake

Lac des Seize Îles

45°54′ 74°28′

8

326

Des Seize Îles Lake, between Hawthorne Island at coordinates 45°55′16″ 74°28′11″ and Rodger Island at coordinates 45°55′13″ 74°28′07″

Lac des Seize Îles

45°53′23″

16

74°27′56″

327

Des Seize Îles Lake, in the channel between Sparling and Amsden Islands at coordinates 45°53′ 74°28′

Lac des Seize Îles

45°53′ 74°28′

16

328

Des Seize Îles Lake, in the channel between Cook Island at coordinates 45°53′45″ 74°28′01″ and Myers Islands at coordinates 45°53′42″ 74°27′56″

Lac des Seize Îles

45°53′23″

16

74°27′56″

329

Rivière Yamaska Centre between a point located at the mouth of the river at coordinates 45°16′ 72°30′ and a point upstream at coordinates 45°18′ 72°35′

Rivière Yamaska Centre

 

10

330

Within 150 m of the shore of Brome and Lake Eagle Island

Lac Brome

45°15′ 72°30′

10

331

Lake Memphrémagog, in an area known as Verte Bay at coordinates 45°11′ 72°18′

Lac Memphrémagog

45°11′ 72°16′

10

332

Lake Memphrémagog, in the narrows of Fitch Bay, between a point at coordinates 45°05′ 72°13′ and a point at coordinates 45°06′ 72°11′

La Passe

45°08′ 72°16′

10

333

Magog River between a point located at the mouth of that river at coordinates 45°15′ 72°10′ and a point at coordinates 45°15′ 72°08′

Rivière Magog

45°15′ 72°08′

10

334

Within 100 m of the shore of Lake Massawippi, within the limits of the Village of North Hatley between a point at coordinates 45°16′ 72°00′ and a point at coordinates 45°16′ 71°59′

Lac Massawippi

45°13′ 72°00′

10

335

Lake Massawippi, within the confines of the Village of North Hatley between a point at coordinates 45°16′ 72°00′ and a point at coordinates 45°16′ 71°59′

Lac Massawippi

45°13′ 72°00′

70

336

Massawippi River, between a point located at the mouth of that river at coordinates 45°17′ 71°59′ and a point upstream at coordinates 45°17′ 71°59′

Rivière Massawippi

 

5

337

Saint-François Bay (see Note 5)

Baie Saint-François

45°15′ 74°09′

15

70 Part 3 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations is amended by adding the following after Note 4:

Note 5: This restriction does not apply to regattas held during the period beginning on July 1 and ending on July 15.

71 Part 4 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 8:

Item

Column 1





Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2





Local Name

Column 3

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4



Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

9

That portion of the South Saskatchewan River between 52°07′14″ 106°40′17″ and 52°05′50″ 106°41′25″ and within 30 m of the eastern bank

   

30

10

That portion of the South Saskatchewan River east of the southern boundary of that portion of Section 4, Township 35, Range 6, west of the 3rd Meridian of Saskatchewan extending west of the river to 52°05′50″ 106°41′25″

   

30

11

That portion of the South Saskatchewan River east of the boundary of Section 35, Township 38, Range 4, west of the 3rd Meridian to 52°08′33″ 106°38′13″

   

30

72 Part 5 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Northeast Region” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 2:

Item

Column 1

Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2



Local Name

Column 3

Location Reference (Alberta Land Titles Act Reference System)

Column 4

Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

3

Unnamed lake

Jackfish Lake

20-53-9-W4

12

4

Garner Lake, as indicated by signs

 

60-12-W4

12

5

Unnamed lake, as indicated by signs

Long Lake

63-19-W4

12

6

Moose Lake, as indicated by signs

 

60,61-6,7-W4

12

7

Lac La Biche, as indicated by signs

 

68-15-W4

12

8

Unnamed reservoir, as indicated by signs

Vermilion Reservoir

50-6-W4

12

9

Unnamed lake

Bellis Lake

59-15-W4

12

10

Gregoire Lake, as indicated by signs

 

13-86-8-W4

12

11

Unnamed lake, as indicated by signs

Little Fish Lake

63-10-W4

12

12

Ethel Lake, as indicated by signs

 

64-3-W4

12

13

Whitney Lake, as indicated by signs

 

16,17-56-4-W4

12

14

Chatwin Lake

 

4-61-6-W4

12

15

Unnamed lake

Shemeluk Lake

25-60-17-W4

12

16

Cold Lake, as indicated by signs

 

63,65-1,2-W4

12

17

Lac Delorme

George’s Lake

5-57-8-W4

12

18

The Snye

Snye Inlet

89-9-W4

12

19

Chickenhill Lake

 

59-8-W4

12

20

Unnamed lake

Hasse Lake

13-52-2-W5

12

21

Mink Lake

 

28-52-2-W5

12

22

Nakamun Lake, as indicated by signs

 

56-2-W5

12

23

Unnamed lake

Peanut Lake

58-3-W5

12

24

Spring Lake

Cottage Lake

30-52-1-W5

12

25

Thunder Lake, as indicated by signs

 

59-5,6-W5

12

26

Wabamun Lake, as indicated by signs

 

52,53-4,5-W5

12

27

Muir Lake

 

32-53-27-W4

12

28

Mere Lake

 

32-53-1-W5

12

29

Jack Fish Lake, as indicated by signs

 

52-2-W5

12

30

Mayatan Lake

 

52-3-W5

12

31

Whitewood Lake

 

20-53-4-W5

12

32

Lac Ste. Anne, as indicated by signs

 

54,55-3,4-W5

12

33

Lac la Nonne, as indicated by signs

 

57-2,3-W5

12

34

Steele Lake, as indicated by signs

Cross Lake

65-25,26-W5

12

35

Calling Lake, as indicated by signs

 

33-72-22-W4

12

36

Ghost Lake

 

68-24-W4

12

37

Clear Lake, as indicated by signs

 

60-6-W5

12

38

Unnamed lake, as indicated by signs

Sandy Lake

56-13-W4

12

39

Sandy Lake, as indicated by signs

 

55,56-1-W5

12

40

Wizard Lake, as indicated by signs

 

48-27,28-W4

12

41

Unnamed lake

Cap Eyre Lake

30-38-5-W4

12

42

Isle Lake, as indicated by signs

 

53,54-5,6-W5

12

43

Lac Santé, as indicated by signs

Big Fish Lake

56-11-W4

12

44

Unnamed lake

Little Moose Lake

12,14-56-13-W4

12

45

Hope Lake

 

65-18-W4

12

46

Long Lake, as indicated by signs

Narrow Lake

64,65-25-W4

12

47

North Buck Lake, as indicated by signs

 

66-17-W4

12

48

Skeleton Lake, as indicated by signs

 

65-18,19-W4

12

49

Dillberry Lake, as indicated by signs

 

41,42-1-W4

12

50

Jackfish Lake, as indicated by signs

 

67-21-W4

12

51

Camp Lake, as indicated by signs

 

10-48-11-W4

12

52

Long Island Lake, as indicated by signs

 

63-25,26-W4

12

53

Muriel Lake, as indicated by signs

 

59,60-5-W4

12

73 Part 5 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Peace River Region” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 1:

Item

Column 1

Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2


Local Name

Column 3

Location Reference (Alberta Land Titles Act Reference System)

Column 4

Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

2

Unnamed lake

Sulphur Lake

7-89-2-W6

12

3

Cardinal Lake, as indicated by signs

Cardinal Lake

83-24-W5

12

4

Two Lakes

 

29-62-12-W6

12

5

Lesser Slave Lake, as indicated by signs

 

19-75-12-W5

12

6

Saskatoon Lake, as indicated by signs

 

72-7,8-W6

12

7

Sturgeon Lake, as indicated by signs

 

31-70-23-W5

12

8

Winagami Lake, as indicated by signs

 

76,77-18,19-W5

12

9

Cutbank Lake

 

26-72-8-W6

12

10

Musreau Lake, as indicated by signs

 

13-64-5-W6

12

11

Fawcett Lake, as indicated by signs

 

73-26-W4

12

12

Peerless Lake, as indicated by signs

 

24-88-5-W5

12

13

North Wabasca Lake, as indicated by signs

 

1-81-26-W4

12

14

Unnamed lake

Chrystina Lake

8-67-8-W5

12

74 Part 5 of Schedule 6 under the heading “Central Region” of the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 1:

Item

Column 1

Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2



Local Name

Column 3

Location Reference (Alberta Land Titles Act Reference System)

Column 4

Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

2

Chestermere Lake (north of Highway 1A)

 

24-28-W4

12

3

Unnamed lake

Winchell Lake

2-29-5-W5

12

4

Little Fish Lake, as indicated by signs

 

28-16-W4

12

5

Gull Lake, as indicated by signs

 

16-41-28-W4

12

6

Gooseberry Lake, as indicated by signs

 

36-5,6-W4

12

7

Miquelon Lakes, as indicated by signs

 

49-20,21-W4

12

8

Pigeon Lake, as indicated by signs

 

47-1-W5

12

9

Buffalo Lake, as indicated by signs

 

25-40-21-W4

12

10

Pine Lake, as indicated by signs

 

36-24,25-W4

12

11

Chain Lakes

 

6-42-24-W4

12

12

Sylvan Lake, as indicated by signs

 

39-1,2-W5

12

13

Battle Lake

 

46-2-W5

12

14

Battle River at the Forestburg Power Plant

 

29-40-15-W4

12

15

Buck Lake, as indicated by signs

 

46-6-W5

12

Southern Region

1

Heninger’s Reservoir

 

16-3-12-W4

12

2

Outpost Lake

Police Lake

1-26-W4

12

3

Beauvais Lake

 

29-5-1-W5

12

4

Elkwater Lake, as indicated by signs

 

23,25-8-3-W4

12

5

Unnamed lake

Park Lake

9-10-22-W4

12

6

Lee Lake

 

7,8-7-2-W5

12

7

Tyrrell Lake, as indicated by signs

 

5-17,18-W4

12

8

Unnamed reservoir

Louisiana #13 Reservoir

17-11-W4

12

9

Newell Lake, as indicated by signs

 

17-15-W4

12

10

Travers Reservoir, as indicated by signs

 

31-14-21-W4

12

11

Stonehill Lake

 

14-15-17-W4

12

12

Unnamed reservoir

Cavan Lake Reservoir

30-11-3-W4

12

13

Unnamed reservoir

Kitsim Reservoir

17-15,16-W4

12

14

Beaver Mines Lake

 

11-5-3-W5

12

15

Stafford Reservoir, as indicated by signs

Chin Lakes

9-19-W4

12

16

Chain Lakes, as indicated by signs

 

14,15-2-W5

12

17

Milk River Ridge Reservoir, as indicated by signs

Ridge Reservoir

5-20-W4

12

East Slopes Region

1

Fairfax Lake

 

17-46-18-W5

12

2

Muskiki Lake

 

5-45-20-W5

12

3

Jarvis Lake, as indicated by signs

 

52-26-W5

12

4

Gregg Lake

 

52,53-26-W5

12

5

Wolf Lake, as indicated by signs

 

49-14-W5

12

6

McLeod Lake

Carson Lake

61-11,12-W5

12

7

Obed Lake, as indicated by signs

 

11-53-22-W5

12

8

Bear Lake, as indicated by signs

 

55-15-W5

12

9

Fickle Lake, as indicated by signs

 

31-51-19-W5

12

10

Shiningbank Lake, as indicated by signs

 

56-14-W5

12

11

Gosling Lake

 

14,23-44-6-W5

12

12

Unnamed lake

Jackfish Lake

6-41-11-W5

12

13

Unnamed lake

Klein Lake

33-30-10-W5

12

14

Twin Lakes

 

6-40-7-W5

12

15

Swan Lake

 

36-9-W5

12

16

Crimson Lake, as indicated by signs

 

40-8-W5

12

17

Medicine Lake

 

43,44-6-W5

12

18

Goose Lake, as indicated by signs

 

61-8-W5

12

19

Upper Kananaskis Lake, as indicated by signs

 

19-9-W5

12

20

Lower Kananaskis Lake, as indicated by signs

 

19,20-9-W5

12

21

Barrier Lake, as indicated by signs

 

24-8-W5

12

22

Spray Lakes Reservoir

 

23-10-W5

12

23

Unnamed lake

Strubel Lake

25-37-8-W5

12

24

Hanmore Lake

 

61-17,18-W4

12

75 Part 6 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 2:

Item

Column 1


Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2



Local Name

Column 3

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4


Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

3

Netley Creek, from its junction with the Red River, extending 800 m upstream

 

50°17′ 96°52′

9

4

Paint Lake — in areas indicated by signs around the marina

 

55°28′ 97°57′

10

5

Assiniboine River

Assiniboine River

49°51′58″

97°20′18″

to

49°53′08″

97°07′36″

sunrise to sunset, 37

sunset to sunrise, 10

(see Note)

6

Red River

Red River

49°57′45″

97°04′13″

to

49°44′14″

97°07′44″

sunrise to sunset, 70

(see Note)

sunset to sunrise, 50

(see Note)

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

76 Part 7 of Schedule 6 to the Regulations is amended by adding the following after item 4:

Item

Column 1


Name Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or Description

Column 2


Local Name

Column 3

Location Reference
(Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

Column 4


Maximum Speed in km/h Over the Ground

5

Tidnish River, upstream from Irwins Point

 

45°59′ 64°03′

15

77 The portion of items 1 to 5 of Part 2 of Schedule 7 to the Regulations in column 3 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 3

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

1

50°08′23″

 

115°29′00″

2

49°56′31″

 

115°39′20″

3

49°03′29″

 

122°52′10″

4

50°49′55″

 

120°04′01″

5

50°34′15″

 

118°49′16″

78 The portion of items 1 and 2 of Part 2 of Schedule 8 to the Regulations in column 3 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 3

Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)

1

49°12′39″

 

124°00′54″

2

49°12′51″

 

124°03′19″

Coming into Force

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

REGULATORY IMPACT ANALYSIS STATEMENT

(This statement is not part of the Regulations.)

Issues

Amendments to Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations (the Regulations) are being made in response to comments received from the Standing Joint Committee for the Scrutiny of Regulations (SJCSR). Transport Canada (TC) is making corrections, amendments and clarifications to the Regulations to correct the issues of discordance outlined in the correspondence between the SJCSR and TC.

Background

The Regulations, made pursuant to subsection 136(1) and section 207 of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 (CSA 2001), provide for the establishment of restrictions to boating activities and navigation on Canadian waters. Increased water activities due to population growth and the technical evolution of vessels have resulted in more people using waterways, leading to a potential increased safety risk to users.

Objectives

The objective of the amendments is to address and correct the issues identified by the SJCSR.

Description

The Regulations provide for the establishment of restrictions to boating activities and navigation in Canadian waters. The restrictions set out in the Regulations include: prohibitions with respect to access by vessels to specified waters; restrictions on the mode of propulsion used; maximum engine power or speed limits; and prohibitions on recreational towing (e.g. water-skiing) activities. The Schedules to the Regulations also specify waters in which a permit is required in order to hold a sporting, recreational or public event or activity (e.g. regattas and dragon boat races).

The changes to the Regulations include

  • amending paragraph 14(1)(b), related to anchorage in False Creek in the City of Vancouver, to clarify the intent of the provision and to eliminate any unintended conflict with the period set out in paragraph (a);
  • amending the Table in section 16 to include a geographic location for each entry;
  • merging Schedules 5 and 6 to avoid unnecessary duplication;
  • amending the Schedules to the Regulations to standardize 185 entries to reflect the Gazetteer of Canada’s reference system;
  • amending the Schedules to the Regulations to correct the geographical coordinates of 13 entries;
  • eliminating discrepancies between the English and French versions; and
  • correcting grammatical and typographical errors or omissions.

“One-for-One” Rule

The “One-for-One” Rule does not apply, as there is no change in the administrative costs to businesses.

Small business lens

The small business lens does not apply, as there are no costs to small businesses.

Consultation

The amendments to the Regulations make changes proposed by the SJCSR and are administrative in nature. Since the changes are administrative in nature and no new restrictions or major changes are being sought, TC determined that detailed public consultations were unnecessary.

Rationale

The intent of these amendments is to enhance the safety of commercial and recreational navigation on Canadian waters. By ensuring the Regulations contain correct information (e.g. correct geographical coordinates) and are clearly worded (e.g. concordance between French and English versions), less regulatory misinterpretation can be expected, which will contribute to a reduction in confusion between users of the waterways and enforcement partners.

Implementation, enforcement and service standards

The Contraventions Regulations, made pursuant to the Contraventions Act, set out prescribed fine amounts for contraventions of regulations made under the CSA 2001. The Regulations have specific contravention amounts to a maximum of $500 under the Contraventions Regulations. Enforcement is by way of summary conviction or ticketing under the Contraventions Act. The Regulations specify the classes of persons who are entitled to enforce the Regulations and include, for example, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), provincial and municipal police forces, as well as other groups such as special constables, conservation officers, wildlife officers, marine safety inspectors and marine patrol officers.

Contact

Katie Frenette
Senior Marine Analyst
Legislative, Regulatory and International Affairs (AMSR)
Marine Safety and Security
Transport Canada
Place de Ville, Tower C
330 Sparks Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0N5
Telephone: 613-949-4627
Fax: 613-991-5670
Email: katie.frenette@tc.gc.ca