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Fisheries (Alberta) Act

This act controls licences for fishing, the transportation of fish, fish stocking and the handling, marketing, processing, storage, preservation, sale and disposition of fish. It also prohibits the possession, importation and sale of prescribed invasive organisms without approval, and provides unique protections for fish that allow action to be taken to prevent the spread of ecological threats to fish, including fish parasites, diseases and genetic contamination of fish.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: F-16 RSA 2000
    Status: Office Consolidation
    Ministry Responsible: Environment and Parks
Ministry Responsible: Justice and Solicitor General
    Current to 3/31/2016
    Item/ISBN#: 9780779790432
    Pages 38
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Following are the associated Regulations for the Fisheries (Alberta) Act ...

Fisheries (Ministerial) Regulation

The regulation establishes licences (and their fees) to authorize fishing (recreational, commercial, subsistence), fish culture (specified fish held live for sale for human consumption), research, import of aquatic species, fish stocking, salvage fishing, and competitive fishing events. It also defines certain terms that are used in the Fisheries (Alberta) Act and in the regulations, sets out record keeping requirements for fish culture facilities, sets out the identification requirements for fishery officers, fishery guardians and watercraft inspectors, and houses unique measures to prevent invasive species becoming established. In the last two Schedules, fish that are classified as cultured fish and bait fish are identified.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 220/1997
    Status: Office Consolidation
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General Fisheries (Alberta) Regulation

The regulation addresses licences for fishing (recreational, commercial, subsistence), fish culture (specified fish held live for sale for human consumption), research, import of aquatic invasive species (AIS), fish stocking, salvage fishing and competitive fishing events. It also addresses the transportation, handling, marketing, processing, storage, preservation, sale and disposition of fish and AIS. Licence requirements are established to conserve wild fish stocks, protect them from exposure to diseases and parasites, prevent invasive species from becoming established, and prevent illegal introductions and to ensure edible fish are properly handled and preserved for human consumption. It and the Fisheries (Ministerial) Regulation complement each other and overlap on subject material.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 203/1997
    Status: Office Consolidation
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