C-61.1, r. 12 - Regulation respecting hunting

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13.9. The holder of a hunting licence for non-residents must use the services of an outfitting operation when hunting north of the 52nd parallel or in the southern part of Area 19, east of rivière Saint-Augustin.
When hunting moose, black bear or woodcock south of the 52nd parallel, the licence holder must use at least 2 services of an outfitting operation, including lodging, except in a wildlife sanctuary and in a controlled zone; in addition, where the licence holder hunts black bear in the territory of an outfitting operation without exclusive rights in Area 13 or 16, except for the controlled territories governed by chapter IV of the Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife (chapter C-61.1), the licence holder must also hold a licence issued for that purpose by such an outfitter in one of those areas.
Despite the second paragraph, the licence holder who hunts moose south of the 52nd parallel is not required to use the services of an outfitting operation or to hunt in a wildlife sanctuary or in a controlled zone if the holder
(1)  is a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police or the Canadian Armed Forces and exercises duties in Québec or resided in Québec immediately before establishing residence outside Québec for the exercise of duties;
(2)  is a member of a diplomatic mission or a consular corps, including a member of the service staff, established in Québec;
(3)  is accompanied by an immediate family member who is a resident holding a moose hunting licence, valid or having expired, if issued in the latter case between 1 April and 31 March of the current year;
(4)  is accompanied by a resident holding a moose hunting licence, valid or having expired, if issued in the latter case between 1 April and 31 March of the current year. For the purposes of this subparagraph, the resident may accompany only one licence holder per year; or
(5)  the holder or an immediate family member holds a right of ownership on an immovable entered on the property assessment roll of a municipality of Québec and hunts moose within the limits of the immovable.
For the purposes of subparagraphs 3 and 5 of the third paragraph, the holder’s immediate family members are the holder’s grandparents, parents, brothers, sisters, spouse, children, grandchildren and the spouse’s children and grandchildren.
M.O. 2010-042, s. 9; 2018-004M.O. 2018-004, s. 1; 2019-008M.O. 2019-008, s. 1.
13.9. The holder of a hunting licence for non-residents must use the services of an outfitting operation when hunting north of the 52nd parallel or in the southern part of Area 19, east of rivière Saint-Augustin.
When hunting moose, black bear or woodcock south of the 52nd parallel, the licence holder must use at least 2 services of an outfitting operation, including lodging, except in a wildlife sanctuary and in a controlled zone; in addition, where the licence holder hunts black bear in the territory of an outfitting operation without exclusive rights in Area 13 or 16, except for the controlled territories governed by chapter IV of the Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife (chapter C-61.1), the licence holder must also hold a licence issued for that purpose by such an outfitter in one of those areas.
Despite the second paragraph, the licence holder who hunts moose south of the 52nd parallel is not required to use the services of an outfitting operation or to hunt in a wildlife sanctuary or in a controlled zone if the holder
(1)  is a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police or the Canadian Armed Forces and exercises duties in Québec or resided in Québec immediately before establishing residence outside Québec for the exercise of duties;
(2)  is a member of a diplomatic mission or a consular corps, including a member of the service staff, established in Québec; or
(3)  is accompanied by an immediate family member who is a resident holding a moose hunting licence, valid or having expired, if issued in the latter case between 1 April and 31 March of the current year.
For the purposes of subparagraph 3 of the third paragraph, the holder’s immediate family members are the holder’s grandparents, parents, brothers, sisters, spouse, children, grandchildren and the spouse’s children and grandchildren.
M.O. 2010-042, s. 9; 2018-004M.O. 2018-004, s. 1.
13.9. The holder of a hunting licence for non-residents must use the services of an outfitting operation when hunting north of the 52nd parallel or in the southern part of Area 19, east of rivière Saint-Augustin.
When hunting black bear or woodcock south of the 52nd parallel, the licence holder must use at least 2 services of an outfitting operation, including lodging, except in a wildlife sanctuary and in a controlled zone; in addition, where the licence holder hunts black bear in the territory of an outfitting operation without exclusive rights in Area 13 or 16, except for the controlled territories governed by chapter IV of the Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife, the licence holder must also hold a licence issued for that purpose by such an outfitter in one of those areas.
M.O. 2010-042, s. 9.