The present Regulations are made under the Canada National Parks Act. In particular, the Regulations lay down provisions relating to camping in National Parks. Section 3 establishes that no person shall use or occupy or reside or camp on any public land in a Park or park any vehicle on such land for the purpose of camping unless he is: a) the holder of a valid camping permit authorizing him to use that land for that purpose; or b) a member of a group in respect of which a camping permit has been issued and is still valid. The text consists of 22 sections.
Implements: Canada National Parks Act (S.C. 2000, c. 32). (2017-06-19)
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