Permit Regulation, BC Reg 253/2000

The Permit Regulation provides for special privileges under the Wildlife Act through the issuing of permits by a regional manager or director. The permits authorize a number of otherwise prohibited activities, including the export of wildlife, collecting animals for scientific research, possessing wildlife parts, capturing live wildlife,  as well as operating a zoo or commercial hunt club.

Source: Legislation

Jurisdiction: British Columbia

Topics: directorexemptionexportfeehuntkilllicencelimitlive capturepermitrainbow troutregional managertrapwildlifewildlife sanctuaryzoo

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