The present Regulations are made under the Canada National Parks Act. For the purpose of the present Regulations “Jasper Agreement lands” means the lands forming part of Jasper National Park of Canada that are described in Schedule V. Section 3 establishes that the Minister may, for any term not exceeding 42 years and on such terms and conditions as the Minister thinks fit, grant leases of public lands: a) in the Town of Jasper, visitor centres and resort subdivisions for the purpose of residence; b) in the Town of Jasper and visitor centres for the purposes of trade, tourism, schools, churches, hospitals and places of recreation or entertainment; c) in the Town of Banff, where the public lands are to be used for the purpose of residence; d) in the Town of Banff, where the public lands are to be used for the purposes of trade, tourism, schools, churches, hospitals and places of recreation or entertainment. The text consists of 20 sections and 5 Schedules.
Implements: Canada National Parks Act (S.C. 2000, c. 32). (2017-06-19)
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