O. Reg. 70/09: POSSESSION OF LIQUOR IN CERTAIN PARKS AND CONSERVATION AREAS


Published: 2009-03-06

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ONTARIO REGULATION 70/09

made under the

LIQUOR LICENCE ACT

Made: March 4, 2009
Filed: March 6, 2009
Published on e-Laws: March 9, 2009
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: March 21, 2009

POSSESSION OF LIQUOR IN CERTAIN PARKS AND CONSERVATION AREAS

Definitions

Definitions

1. In this Regulation,

“interior campsite” means a parcel of land that is not directly accessible by road and that is located in the area operated by the superintendent for the purpose of interior camping, as indicated on a current park map and designated by signs and other suitable means;

“package” means a container, bottle, vessel, carton or other receptacle for holding liquor or bottles of liquor;

“superintendent” means a person who is designated by the Minister of Natural Resources as a superintendent to have charge of a provincial park.

Provincial Parks

Period up to Victoria Day

2. (1) No person shall, from and including the 10th day before Victoria Day to and including Victoria Day, have or keep in his or her possession or custody liquor or any package containing liquor in any of the following provincial parks:

1. Arrowhead Provincial Park.

2. Arrow Lake Provincial Park.

3. Awenda Provincial Park.

4. Balsam Lake Provincial Park.

5. Bass Lake Provincial Park.

6. Blue Lake Provincial Park.

7. Bon Echo Provincial Park.

8. Bronte Creek Provincial Park.

9. Craigleith Provincial Park.

10. Darlington Provincial Park.

11. Earl Rowe Provincial Park.

12. Emily Provincial Park.

13. Ferris Provincial Park.

14. Fitzroy Provincial Park.

15. Grundy Lake Provincial Park.

16. Inverhuron Provincial Park.

17. Ipperwash Provincial Park.

18. Killbear Provincial Park.

19. Long Point Provincial Park.

20. MacGregor Point Provincial Park.

21. Mara Provincial Park.

22. McRae Point Provincial Park.

23. Murphys Point Provincial Park.

24. Oastler Lake Provincial Park.

25. Pinery Provincial Park.

26. Point Farms Provincial Park.

27. Port Burwell Provincial Park.

28. Presqu’île Provincial Park.

29. Rideau River Provincial Park.

30. Rock Point Provincial Park.

31. Rondeau Provincial Park.

32. Rushing River Provincial Park.

33. Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park.

34. Sandbanks Provincial Park.

35. Sauble Falls Provincial Park.

36. Selkirk Provincial Park.

37. Sharbot Lake Provincial Park.

38. Sibbald Point Provincial Park.

39. Silver Falls Provincial Park.

40. Silver Lake Provincial Park.

41. Six Mile Lake Provincial Park.

42. Sleeping Giant Provincial Park.

43. Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park.

44. Turkey Point Provincial Park.

45. Wheatly Provincial Park.

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply,

(a) on premises occupied under a lease, licence of occupation or land use permit;

(b) on premises occupied under an agreement made under subsection 35 (2) of the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act, 2006;

(c) on an interior campsite; or

(d) to a person who is carrying or conveying liquor or any package containing liquor from outside of the provincial park to any of the premises enumerated in clause (a), (b) or (c) that are to be occupied by the person or from those premises to the entrance of the provincial park.

Period up to Labour Day

3. (1) No person shall, from and including the Thursday before Labour Day to and including Labour Day, have or keep in his or her possession or custody liquor or any package containing liquor in Sibbald Point Provincial Park.

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply,

(a) on premises occupied under an agreement made under subsection 35 (2) of the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act, 2006; or

(b) to a person who is carrying or conveying liquor or any package containing liquor from outside of Sibbald Point Provincial Park to premises that are to be occupied by the person under an agreement made under subsection 35 (2) of the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act, 2006 or from those premises to the entrance of the provincial park.

Parks Managed or Controlled by The St. Clair Parkway Commission or The St. Lawrence Parks Commission

Commission Parks

4. Despite subsections 31 (2) and (3) of the Act, no person shall consume liquor or have liquor in his or her possession, whether or not in a closed container, on the days and in the parks set out in Table 1.

TABLE 1

 

Days

Parks

1.

From and including the Friday immediately before Victoria Day to and including Thanksgiving Day

Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary

2.

From and including the Friday immediately before Victoria Day to and including Victoria Day

Marine Park, Cathcart Park, Lambton Cundick Park, Glengarry Park, Mille Roches Park

3.

St. Jean Baptiste Day (June 24) if it falls on a Monday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday

Glengarry Park, Mille Roches Park

4.

On the days immediately before and after St. Jean Baptiste Day (June 24), as set out in Table 2

Glengarry Park, Mille Roches Park

5.

Canada Day if it falls on a Monday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday

Mille Roches Park

6.

On the days immediately before and after Canada Day, as set out in Table 2

Mille Roches Park

7.

From and including the Friday immediately before Labour Day to and including Labour Day

Mille Roches Park


TABLE 2

 

Preceding days

St. Jean Baptiste Day (June 24) or Canada Day

Following days

1.

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Monday

Not Applicable

2.

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday

Tuesday

Not Applicable

3.

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday

Wednesday

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

4.

Not Applicable

Thursday

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

5.

Thursday

Friday

Saturday, Sunday

6.

Thursday, Friday

Saturday

Sunday, Monday

7.

Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Sunday

Monday


Conservation Areas

Conservation areas in Halton Region

5. (1) Despite subsection 31 (3) of the Act, except under the authority of a licence or a permit issued by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming or as set out in subsection (2), no person shall have or keep in his or her possession or custody liquor or any package containing liquor in the following areas operated by the Halton Region Conservation Authority:

1. Burns Nature Area.

2. Crawford Lake Conservation Area.

3. Esquesing Conservation Area.

4. Hilton Falls Conservation Area.

5. Kelso Conservation Area.

6. Mountsberg Conservation Area.

7. Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area.

8. Sixteen Valley Conservation Area.

(2) A person may have or keep in his or her possession liquor in a conservation area mentioned in subsection (1) on premises occupied under a lease.

REVOCATIONS AND COMMENCEMENT

Revocations

6. Regulations 721 and 723 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 and Ontario Regulation 434/93 are revoked.

Commencement

7. This Regulation comes into force on the day it is filed.