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Exemption List Regulations (SOR/99-13)

Regulations are current to 2024-05-28 and last amended on 2024-03-25. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 2(Section 3)Exempted Developments Situated in National Parks, National Park Reserves, National Historic Sites and Northwest Territories Territorial Parks

  • 1 The modification, maintenance or repair of a physical work other than a road, including internal fixed physical works and scientific data collection instruments, that will not

    • (a) increase the footprint or height of the physical work;

    • (b) involve a heritage building;

    • (c) involve a change in the method of sewage disposal, or an increase in the amount of sewage, waste or emissions;

    • (d) involve any excavation beyond the footprint of the physical work;

    • (e) create a need for additional related facilities, such as parking spaces; or

    • (f) entail the release of waste into the environment.

  • 2 [Repealed, SOR/2024-47, s. 13]

  • 3 [Repealed, SOR/2024-47, s. 13]

  • 4 The maintenance or repair of a road, including a pull-off area, that will be carried out on the road right-of-way and that will not

    • (a) entail the deposit of waste into a water body; or

    • (b) involve the application of a dust control product or salt to the road or of a control product to the areas adjacent to the road.

  • 5 [Repealed, SOR/2024-47, s. 14]

  • 6 The construction or installation of an interpretive display or exhibit associated with a physical work, road, pull-off area or trail, where the construction and installation will not

    • (a) require the expansion of any associated facilities; or

    • (b) be carried out in a special preservation area or a wilderness area set out in a management plan for a park tabled in each House of Parliament under subsection 11(1) of the Canada National Parks Act.

  • 7 The construction, installation, modification, maintenance or repair of a handrail or guardrail associated with a physical work.

  • 8 The maintenance or repair of a fire tower.

  • 9 A development, or part of a development, for which renewal of a permit, licence, lease or authorization is required and that

    • (a) has not been modified; and

    • (b) has fulfilled the requirements of a preliminary screening, environmental assessment or environmental impact review under the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act.

  • 10 A development, or part of a development, for which a permit, licence, lease or authorization is required and that

    • (a) was part of a development that fulfilled the requirements of a preliminary screening, environmental assessment or environmental impact review under the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act; and

    • (b) has not been modified since the development referred to in paragraph (a) fulfilled the requirements referred to in that paragraph.

  • 11 The construction, installation, expansion or demolition of a physical work with a footprint of less than 25 m2 and a height of less than 5 m that will not

    • (a) entail the release of waste into the environment; or

    • (b) involve the handling of hazardous materials.

  • 12 Research, scientific studies or surveys authorized under the Canada National Parks Act or the Species at Risk Act.

 

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