O-2.1, r. 2 - By-law determining the amount of income from the sale of furs

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chapter O-2.1, r. 2
By-law determining the amount of income from the sale of furs
INCOME SECURITY — SALE OF FURS — INCOME
Act respecting the Cree Hunters and Trappers Income Security Board
(chapter O-2.1, s. 21).
O-2.1
September 1 2012
1. For the purposes of paragraph 30.4.4 (a) (i) of the Income Security Program for Cree Hunters and Trappers, fur income included in the expression “other income” is that income which exceeds the amount of the exemption per beneficiary unit which is determined in the following manner:
_________________________________________________________________________________
| | |
| | Category of beneficiary unit |
|Harvesting territories |_________________________________________________________|
| | | | |
| | Individual | Unit without | Unit with dependant|
| | |dependant children| children |
|_______________________|_________________|__________________|____________________|
| | | | |
| A - EASY ACCESS | $818 | $1,636 | $2,181 |
|_______________________|_________________|__________________|____________________|
| | | | |
| B - AVERAGE ACCESS | $1,091 | $3,272 | $4,363 |
|_______________________|_________________|__________________|____________________|
| | | | |
| C - DIFFICULT ACCESS | $2,181 | $4,362 | $5,999 |
|_______________________|_________________|__________________|____________________|
For the purposes of the first paragraph, the term “individual” refers to an unattached person 18 years old or over living with his parents, grandparents or adult children.
O.C 1507-92, s. 1.
2. For the purposes of section 1, the classification of harvesting territories shall be that set out in Schedule I.
O.C 1507-92, s. 2.
3. The amount of the exemption provided at section 1 shall be determined according to the category of the beneficiary unit and the classification applicable to the harvesting territories for the community in which the said unit is registered under the Income Security Program for Cree Hunters and Trappers.
O.C 1507-92, s. 3.
4. The amount of this exemption is established for each beneficiary unit, taking into account the harvesting territory where the unit spends the major part of time in harvesting and related activities during the year.
O.C 1507-92, s. 4.
5. When the head of a beneficiary unit is harvesting in an area not included in the classification in effect for the community in which the unit is enrolled under the Program or when there is no classification for that community, the exemption to be applied will be determined as if the harvesting territories concerned were of easy access.
O.C 1507-92, s. 5.
6. The amounts provided at section 1 shall be indexed annually in accordance with paragraph 30.4.10 of the Program.
O.C 1507-92, s. 6.
7. (Omitted).
O.C 1507-92, s. 7.
CLASSIFICATION OF HARVESTING TERRITORIES BY CREE COMMUNITY
WASWANIPI HARVESTING TERRITORIES DESCRIBED FROM THE MAP ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION 91-16 OF THE CREE HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS INCOME SECURITY BOARD



Harvesting Territory Accessibility


W-1 Average
W-2 Average
W-3 Average
W-4 Difficult
W-4A Difficult
W-5 Difficult
W-5A Difficult
W-5B Difficult
W-5C Difficult
W-5D Difficult
W-6 Difficult
W-6A Difficult
W-7 Average
W-8 Difficult
W-9 Difficult
W-10 Difficult
W-10A Average
W-11 Difficult
W-11A Average
W-11B Average
W-12 Average
W-13 Average
W-13A Average
W-13B Average
W-14 Average
W-15 Easy
W-16 Easy
W-17 Difficult
W-17A Difficult
W-18 Average
W-19 Average
W-20 Average
W-21 Easy
W-21A Easy
W-21B Average
W-21C Average
W-22 Easy
W-23 Easy
W-23A Average
W-23B Easy
W-24 Easy
W-24A Easy
W-24B Average
W-24C Difficult
W-24D Difficult
W-25 Difficult
W-25A Difficult
W-25B Difficult
W-26 Difficult
W-27 Average
W-53 Difficult
W-53A Average


WEMINDJI HARVESTING TERRITORIES DESCRIBED FROM THE MAP ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION
91-16 OF THE CREE HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS INCOME SECURITY BOARD


Harvesting Territory Accessibility


VC-9 Easy
VC-10 Easy
VC-11 Easy
VC-12 Easy
VC-13 Easy
VC-14 Easy
VC-16 Easy
VC-17 Easy
VC-18 Easy
VC-19 Easy
VC-20 Easy
VC-21 Easy
VC-22 Easy
VC-23 Easy
VC-24 Easy
VC-25 Easy
VC-26 Easy
VC-27 Average
VC-28 Easy
VC-29 Average


EASTMAIN HARVESTING TERRITORIES DESCRIBED FROM THE MAP ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION
91-16 OF THE CREE HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS INCOME SECURITY BOARD


Harvesting Territory Accessibility


VC-15 Average
VC-30 Average
VC-31 Average
VC-32 Easy
VC-33 Average
VC-34 Difficult
VC-35 Difficult
VC-36 Difficult
VC-37 Difficult
RE-1 Difficult
RE-2 Average
RE-3 Average
RE-3A Easy
RE-4 Average
RE-5 Average


MISTISSINI HARVESTING TERRITORIES DESCRIBED FROM THE MAP ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION
91-16 OF THE CREE HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS INCOME SECURITY BOARD


Harvesting Territory Accessibility


M-1 Difficult
M-1A Difficult
M-2 Difficult
M-2A Difficult
M-3 Difficult
M-4 Difficult
M-6 Difficult
M-7 Difficult
M-8 Difficult
M-9 Difficult
M-10 Difficult
M-11 Difficult
M-12 Difficult
M-13 Difficult
M-13A Difficult
M-14 Difficult
M-14A Difficult
M-14B Difficult
M-15 Difficult
M-16 Difficult
M-17 Difficult
M-17A Difficult
M-17B Difficult
M-17C Difficult
M-18 Difficult
M-19 Difficult
M-20 Difficult
M-21 Difficult
M-22 Difficult
M-22A Average
M-23 Difficult
M-24 Difficult
M-24A Difficult
M-25 Difficult
M-26 Average
M-26A Average
M-27 Average
M-28 Average
M-28A Average
M-29 Average
M-29A Average
M-30 Difficult
M-31 Difficult
M-33 Difficult
M-34 Average
M-34A Average
M-35 Easy
M-35A Easy
M-36 Difficult
M-37 Average
M-38 Average
M-39 Average
M-39A Average
M-40 Easy
M-41 Easy
M-42 Average
M-42A Average
M-42B Easy
M-43 Average
M-44 Average
M-45 Easy
M-46 Easy
M-46A Easy
M-46B Average
M-46C Easy
M-46D Easy
M-47 Average
M-47A Average
M-48 Average
M-49 Easy
M-50 Easy
M-51 Easy
M-51A Easy
M-51B Easy
M-56 Easy
M-57A Easy


CHISASIBI HARVESTING TERRITORIES DESCRIBED FROM THE MAP ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION
91-16 OF THE CREE HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS INCOME SECURITY BOARD


Harvesting Territory Accessibility


FG-1 Easy
FG-2 Easy
FG-3 Easy
FG-4 Easy
FG-5 Easy
FG-6 Easy
FG-7 Average
FG-8 Easy
FG-9 Easy
FG-10 Easy
FG-11 Average
FG-12 Average
FG-13 Average
FG-14 Easy
FG-15 Difficult
FG-16 Average
FG-17 Difficult
FG-18 Easy
FG-19 Easy
FG-20 Easy
FG-21 Average
FG-22 Average
FG-23 Difficult
FG-24 Difficult
FG-25 Difficult
FG-26 Average
FG-27 Average
FG-28 Average
FG-29 Difficult
FG-30 Difficult
FG-31 Difficult
FG-32 Difficult
VC-1 Easy
VC-2 Easy
VC-3 Easy
VC-4 Easy
VC-5 Easy
VC-6 Easy
VC-7 Average
VC-8 Easy


NEMASKA HARVESTING TERRITORIES DESCRIBED FROM THE MAP ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION
91-16 OF THE CREE HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS INCOME SECURITY BOARD


Harvesting Territory Accessibility


R-16 Average
R-17 Easy
R-18 Average
R-19 Easy
R-20 Easy
R-21.1 Easy
R-21.2 Average
N-18 Easy
N-19 Average
N-20 Easy
N-21 Average
N-22 Average
N-23.1 Easy
N-23.2 Average
N-24 Average
N-24A Average
N-25 Average
M-2A Difficult
M-14B Average
M-33 Average


WHAPMAGOOSTUI HARVESTING TERRITORIES DESCRIBED FROM THE MAP ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION
91-24 OF THE CREE HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS INCOME SECURITY BOARD


Harvesting Territory Accessibility


GW-01 Difficult
GW-02 Difficult
GW-03 Difficult
GW-04 Difficult
GW-05 Difficult
GW-06 Difficult
GW-07 Difficult
GW-08 Difficult
GW-09 Difficult
GW-10 Difficult
GW-11 Difficult
GW-12 Difficult
GW-13 Difficult
GW-14 Difficult
GW-15 Difficult
GW-16 Difficult
GW-17 Difficult
GW-18 Difficult
GW-19 Difficult
GW-20 Difficult
GW-21 Difficult
GW-22 Difficult
GW-23 Difficult
GW-24 Difficult
GW-25 Difficult


WASKAGANISH HARVESTING TERRITORIES DESCRIBED FROM THE MAP ADOPTED BY RESOLUTION
93-15 OF THE CREE HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS INCOME SECURITY BOARD


Harvesting Territory Accessibility


R-1 Difficult
R-1A Difficult
R-2 Difficult
R-2A Average
R-3 Average
R-4 Easy
R-5 Average
R-6 Difficult
R-7 Difficult
R-8 Difficult
R-9 Difficult
R-10 Difficult
R-11 Average
R-12 Difficult
R-13 Difficult
R-14 Difficult
Charlton Island Difficult
N-1 Average
N-2 Average
N-3 Difficult
N-4 Difficult
N-5 Difficult
N-6 Average
N-7 Difficult
N-8 Difficult
N-9 Easy
N-10 Difficult
N-10A Difficult
N-11 Average
N-12 Difficult
N-14 Average
N-15 Easy
N-16 Difficult
A-1 Difficult
A-3 Difficult
A-4 Difficult

O.C. 1507-92, Sch. I; O.C. 250-94, s. 1.
REFERENCES
O.C. 1507-92, 1992 G.O. 2, 4677
O.C. 250-94, 1994 G.O. 2, 1065