National Historic Parks General Regulations
28 (1) Subject to subsection (4), no person shall, except in accordance with a permit issued pursuant to subsection (2), have in his possession, store or use any explosive or bring any explosive into a Park.
(2) A Superintendent may issue a permit authorizing a person described in subsection (3) to have in his possession, store or use any explosive in a Park, where that person is authorized under the Explosives Act to have in his possession, store, use, make, manufacture or sell such an explosive in any other part of Canada.
(3) A permit referred to in subsection (2) may be issued to the following persons:
(a) a person engaged in construction or demolition work who requires the explosive for his work;
(b) a person representing an organization retained by written agreement with the Director to present a reenactment of a historic event or other program for the education or entertainment of the public; and
(c) a person in the employ of Her Majesty in right of Canada whose duties include the presentation of programs for the education or entertainment of the public.
(4) Notwithstanding subsection (1), any person may
(a) transport explosives through a Park in accordance with the Explosives Act or any provincial regulation respecting explosives; or
(b) possess flares or fuses for use as safety equipment for motor vehicles, trains or boats in accordance with any federal or provincial requirements.
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