Current status: Closed
Open on August 11, 2021 and will close on January 14, 2022.
Transport Canada is proposing to introduce a regulatory charge (fee) to finance a proposed Vessel Remediation Fund that would help the government to deal with problem vessels (abandoned, wrecked or hazardous vessels).
We want your feedback on the proposed charge.
Join in: how to participate
From August 11, 2021 through to January 14, 2022, you can read the fee proposal and submit feedback online.
The input and comments we collect from the consultation will be recorded and considered as we develop new regulations.
Share your ideas
Register online and share your comments on our discussion questions or upload a document through the “Submissions tab.”
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Who can participate?
All Canadians are invited to participate in the online consultations. Those with a particular interest may include:
- recreational boaters
- commercial vessel owners
- marine trade associations (e.g., shipping associations, passenger vessel associations)
- coastal and shoreline communities
- Do you agree with the proposed regulatory charge? Why or why not?
- What challenges or opportunities could develop if we introduce the regulatory charge?
- How could the regulatory charge impact you?
- Do you have any other comments on the regulatory charge we are proposing?
- What we heard: Public consultation on a regulatory charge for the Vessel Remediation Fund
- Regulatory charge (Fee) Proposal for Vessel Remediation Fund
- Let’s talk: Regulatory charge (fee) for Vessel Remediation Fund
- Canadian Register of Vessels
- Pleasure Craft Licensing Fee Proposal