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Central and Arctic region convictions under the Fisheries Act
Name and Place of Residence Charge Information (Section & Description) Species Penalties, Forfeitures, Prohibitions or Orders Dates of Conviction
CABOT,
Clarence L’anse Au Loup, NL
Fishery (General) Regulations, Section 22(1): Failure to return incidentally caught Greenland shark in a manner that caused the least harm

Fisheries Act, Section 32: unlawfully destroyed fish by removing the tails from Greenland sharks
Greenland shark Failure to return incidentally caught Greenland shark in a manner that causes the least harm: $3750.00; did unlawfully destroy fish, to wit: Greenland shark with tails cut off: $3750.00; Additionally, received a jail sentence of 7.5 months for each charge to be serve at the same time and in the form of a conditional sentence order 2017-10-19
FAEHMEL, Dieter
Fort St. John, BC
Northwest Territories Fishery Regulations, Section 28(1): Over daily limit
Northwest Territories Fishery Regulations, Section 29(3)(c): Possess fillets without skin attached
Recreational Walleye $600 fine 2017-09-25
NELSON, Clifford
Fort St. John, BC
Northwest Territories Fishery Regulations, Section 28(1): Over daily limit
Northwest Territories Fishery Regulations, Section 29(3)(c): Possess fillets without skin attached
Recreational Walleye $1,000 fine 2017-09-25
Prairie Mines & Royalty ULC,

Obed Mountain Mine

Hinton, Alberta
Fisheries Act,
Section 35(1): No person shall carry on any work, undertaking or activity that results in the harmful alteration or disruption , or the destruction, of fish habitat.
Athabasca rainbow trout, brook trout, burbot Fisheries Act s.40(1) $100,000 fine.

Fisheries Act s.79.2(f) $500,000 paid to the Environmental Damages Fund.

Fisheries Act s.79.2(i) $1,150,000 Fish East Slopes Fish Habitat and Native Fish Recovery Research Fund. University of Alberta.

Fisheries Act
s.79.2(b) rehabilitate upper reaches of Apetowun Creek to the satisfaction of Fisheries & Oceans Canada.
2017-06-09