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									                                    2010 Port Fees
                                         Harbour dues

Article                                   DESCRIPTION
                                                                                               COST

  1.      The charge payable in any month for each of the first five entries of a
          vessel entering a public port, per gross registered ton, is in the case of a
          vessel.
          a) used in the carriage of goods or passengers from a place in Canada to          0,03425
          another place in Canada at the time it comes into a public port, which is
          (i) registred in Canada, or (ii) under a costing Trade Licence issued
          pursuant to the Coasting Trade Act ;
          b) other than a vessel referred to in paragraphs (a) (i) or (ii)                  0,0608
  2.      The charge for a self-propelled vessel that ordinarily operates only within
          the limits of a public port and that engages in commercial activity therein
          is, where the vessel is
          a) less than 100 gross registered ton, payable once in each calendar year;           89.05
          b) equal to or greater than 100 gross registered ton, but less than 200           178.09
          gross registered ton, payable once in each calendar year;
          c) equal to or greater than 200 gross registered ton, payable once in each        356.19
          calendar year.



                           RIGHTS OF QUAYAGE AND TRANSFER
                                                                                    UNIT         COST
Article                              DESCRIPTION
  1.      All goods not otherwise specified
          a) with a cubic content of less than 1 m3 per tonne                       tonne         2,63
          b) with a cubic content equal to or greater than 1 m3 per tonne       square metre      2.13
  2.      Asbestos, crude                                                           tonne         1,93


3. Automobiles, auto trailers, tractors                                          Per unit          5,82
4. Beer                                                                            tonne           5,32
5. Boats
    a) not over 6 m in length                                                    Per unit          6.09
    b) over 6 m but not over 10 m in length                                      Per unit          14.53
    c) over 10 m in length                                                   Per unit       27.08
6. Cement:
    a) in bulk                                                                tonne         0,94
    b) in containers                                                          tonne         1.25
7. Coal                                                                       tonne         0,67
8. Coal                                                                  Per unit (empty)   0,28
9. Explosives                                                                 tonne         8.02
10. Fertilizer                                                                tonne         0,94
11. Fish:
    whole                                                                     tonne         0,41
    cured                                                                     tonne         0,50
    processed                                                                 tonne         0,59
12. Grain, grain products, hay                                                tonne         0,69
13. Liquors, spirits, alcoholic beverages, except beer and wine               tonne         12.80
14. Livestock
    horses, mules, colts                                                     Per unit       1,46
    cattle, calves                                                           Per unit       1,17
    sheep, swine                                                             Per unit       0,61
15. Lumber and timber, except plywood                                     square metre      0,52
16. Metals, in ingots, pigs, blooms, bales, etc. (unfinished products)        tonne         1,93
17. Motorcycles, snowmobiles, all terrain vehicles                           Per unit       1,46
18. Newsprint                                                                 tonne         1,60
19. Gasoline, petroleum products and other liquid commodities:

    gasoline:
    in bulk                                                                  kilolitre      0,79
    not in bulk                                                           205 litre drum    0,24
    other petroleum products
    all other liquid commodities                                             kilolitre      1.08
    Ores, alum, barites, sulphur, soda ash, calcium chloride              205 litre drum    0,45
    Ore concentrates                                                                        0,00
    Plywood                                                                  kilolitre      1,71
    Potatoes and root vegetables                                          205 litre drum    0,52
20. Pulpwood, firewood, in stacked cords                                      tonne         0,96
21. Salt:                                                                     tonne         1,60
22. for fish curing                                                           tonne         1,85
23. for other purposes                                                        tonne         0,75
24. Sand, stone, gravel                                                   square metre      0,19
25. Scrap metals
    Trucks, tractor-trailers, trailers, buses, in addition to the charge              tonne       0,40
    on contents
    Wines                                                                             tonne       0,86
26. Woodpulp                                                                          tonne       0,63
27. Minimum charge                                                                    tonne       2.09
28. Containers, 6 m in length and over, loaded, in addition to                      le mètre de   1,85
    wharfage charges on their contents                                                longueur
29. Fruit concentrate, in barrels                                                    la tonne     6,73
                                                                                     métrique
30. Secondary fibre, waste paper                                                     la tonne     1,33
                                                                                     métrique
31. Woodchips, sawdust                                                        per shipment or     0,94
                                                                               consignment
32. Gasoline, petroleum products and other liquid commodities:                       Per unit     31.63
33. gasoline:                                                                         tonne       1,80
34. in bulk                                                                           tonne       1,33
35. not in bulk                                                                 tonne (sèche)     0,96
36. Water, in bulk                                                                  tonne (dry)   1,74


                PUBLIC PORT FACILITY STORAGE CHARGES
Article                                DESCRIPTION                                       UNIT     COST
  1.      Storage for goods in sheds other than frost-proof sheds, per day               square   0,28
                                                                                         metre
  2.      Storage for vegetables and root vegetables in frost-proof sheds :
          unheated sheds:
          for the first 10-day period or part thereof after initial entry into the        S/O     free
          shed for the purpose of consolidating a shipment
          for the subsequent 5-day period or part thereof, for the period                square   0,89
                                                                                         metre
          for each additional 10-day period or part thereof where a shipment             square   1,84
          is not removed from the shed prior to the 16th day, for the period             metre
          heated sheds:
          for the first 5-day period or part thereof after initial entry into the        square   3.07
          shed for the purpose of consolidating a shipment                               metre
          for the second 5-day period or part thereof, for the period                    square   2,43
                                                                                         metre
          for each additional 5-day period or part thereof, for the period               square   1,52
                                                                                         metre
  3.      Storage for goods other than vegetables and root vegetables in                 square   0,39
          frost-proof sheds, where space is not required for vegetables or root          metre
          vegetables, per day
  4.      Storage for goods on wharf, per day or part thereof                            square   0,14
                                                                                   metre
  5.      Storage for goods elsewhere at a public port facility, per day or part   square       0,10
          thereof                                                                  metre



                       PUBLIC PORT FACILITY BERTHAGE CHARGES


                                                                                            UNIT
Article                                    DESCRIPTION                                              COST
  1.      Berthage charge on a vessel, other than a vessel described in item 2, that is
          moored at a float
          per day or part thereof                                                          length 1,42
                                                                                          of metre
          per month                                                                        length 33.31
                                                                                          of metre
  2.      Berthage charge on a licensed Canadian commercial fishing vessel that is         length 0,47
          moored at a float or elsewhere, or on a vessel not engaged in loading,          of metre
          unloading, or any other commercial activity that is moored elsewhere than
          at a float, per day or part thereof
  3.      Berthage charge on a vessel that is loading or unloading or engaged in any
          other commercial activity elsewhere than at a float
          per hour or part thereof                                                         length 0,15
                                                                                          of metre
          maximum per day                                                                  length 1,68
                                                                                          of metre
  4.      Minimum berthage charges for a vessel described in any of items 1 to 3             Per
                                                                                                   22.03
                                                                                            vessel


Article                                     Description                                            TARIF
  1.      Electricity, water, waste or wastewater collection, snow removal, wharf cleaning         Cost
          or security services                                                                     price
                                                                                                   plus
                                                                                                   25%.


                                             CRUISE SHIP
Article                                                                                        COST


  1.      Passenger dues – cruise vessel                                                    10$/passager

								
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