GUIDE TO THE APPLICATION OF THE REGULATION RESPECTING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF FORESTS IN THE DOMAIN OF THE STATE

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Chapter II – Protection of particular places and territories
Division II – Special provisions applicable to Native portage trials, Native campgrounds and Native gathering or sojourn areas

Section 23

Sections 19 to 22 do not apply to the holder of a forestry permit issued for wildlife, recreational or agricultural development projects.

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Objective

  • To allow certain forest development activities in or near a particular place

Explanations

A person holding a forestry permit may carry out forest development activities as part of wildlife, recreational or agricultural development projects:

  • on or around a Native portage trail (section 19);
  • in the 40,000 m² area around a Native campground installed on a trapping ground (section 20);
  • in the 4,000 m² area around a Native campground or group of Native campgrounds installed on a trapping ground in a beaver reserve (section 21);
  • in the area measuring 40 m wide by 100 m long, on the shore of a lake or the bank of a watercourse near which a Native gathering or sojourn area has been established (section 22).

The Minister responsible for applying the Sustainable Forest Development Act This link opens a new window specifies which forest development activities are authorized in the forestry permit and sets the conditions to be met when they are carried out.

Additional information

The Sustainable Forest Development Act This link opens a new window states that a forestry permit is required to carry out certain forest development activities in forests in the domain of the State (section 73). The Act allows the Minister to issue a permit authorizing the holder to carry out the forest development activities specified on the permit, on the conditions determined by the Minister (section 74).