R-26.1 - Ecological Reserves Act

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18. Where a court finds a person guilty of an offence against this Act or its regulations, the court may, to the extent that the application for an order was made in the presence of the person or that the person was given prior notice by the prosecutor, order the offender to take every necessary measure to restore the premises to the state they were in prior to commission of the offence, at the offender’s expense and within the time fixed.
The Minister may, at the offender’s expense, restore the premises to their former state should the offender fail to obey the order of the court.
If the premises cannot be restored to that state, the court may, at the request of the prosecutor, impose an additional fine set on the basis of the extent of damage caused to the premises.
1993, c. 32, s. 18.