List of lakes with no motor boats in Quebec (boating restriction of navigation)

Hello,

As a real estate broker specialized in the purchase and sale of waterfront properties in the Laurentians, it's my please to share with you the list below of lakes which motor boats are not permitted. The Federal government regulates the navigation on all lakes in Canada.

Hit CTRL  +  F to search the lake you are looking for.

You can then view my waterfront property for sale page or contact me to see if I have any properties for sale on the lakes you would like.

http://www.century21.ca/en/yanick.laporte/Search/yanick.laporte/MyListings

Thank you,

 

Yanick Laporte, B.A.A.

C. 1-819-429-9001

www.yanicklaporte.com

Real estate broker & Office Owner

Century 21 Tremblant

 

http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/C.R.C.%2C_c._1407/20060322/P1TT3xt3.html

 

Boating Restriction Regulations

C.R.C., c. 1407

CANADA SHIPPING ACT, 2001

CANADA SHIPPING ACT

Regulations Respecting the Restriction of Navigation

SHORT TITLE

 These Regulations may be cited as the Boating Restriction Regulations.

 

PART VIQUEBEC

 Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemName given by the Répertoire toponymique du Québec, or descriptionLocal nameLocation reference (Répertoire toponymique du Québec, reference system)
    
1. Lac Grenier Lac Grenier 46°03′ 74°01′
2. Lac Castor Lac Castor 46°01′ 74°02′
3. Lac Davis Lac Davis 46°01′ 74°19′
4. Lac Grigon Petit Lac des Sables 46°01′ 74°18′
5. Lac D’Amours D’Amours Lake 49°02′ 64°31′
6. Lac Leamy, the north passage linking the lake to the Gatineau River and the northern half of the south passage linking the lake to Lac de la Carrière, from 10:00 a.m. on the day of any fireworks display at Lac Leamy until 10:00 a.m. on the following day Leamy Lake 45°27′ 75°43′
7. Lac Trois-Lacs in the beach and swimming areas, that part extending perpendicularly from the shore to a point at coordinates 45°47′35″N, 71°53′30″W, thence to a point at coordinates 45°47′46″N, 71°53′25″W, and thence extending perpendicularly to the shore   Lac Trois-Lacs45°48′ 71°54′
8. An area of Rivière Saint-Maurice, delineated by the south shore of Île Saint-Quentin and a line drawn from point E on that shore at position 46°21′7.7″N, 72°31′49.2″W to point A, at a position 46°21′4.5″N, 72°31′27.7″W to point B at a position 46°21′2.3″N, 72°31′27.6″W to point C at a position 46°21′1.3″N, 72°31′44.6″W to point D on that shore at a position 46°21′6.0″N, 72°31′51.6″W and ending at point E described above Rivière Saint-Maurice, in a specific area delineated by Île Saint-Quentin 46°21′ 72°31′

 

PART VQUEBEC

 Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemName given by the Répertoire toponymique du Québec, or descriptionPermitted hoursLocation reference (Répertoire toponymique du Québec, reference system)
    
1. Rivière Chateauguay from point A in position 45°21′73°45′ to point B in position 45°23′73°45′   45°21′73°45′ 45°23′73°45′
2. Rivière Chateauguay from point B in position 45°23′73°45′ to point C in position 45°23′73°46′   45°23′73°45′ 45°23′73°46′
3. Rivière Chateauguay from point B in position 45°23′73°45′ to point D in position 45°24′73°45′   45°23′73°45′ 45°24′73°45′
4. Within a perimeter of 60 m from the shore of Lac Masson   46°02′74°03′
5. Lac North   46°03′74°02′
6.
  46°02′74°01′
7. Lac Laviolette   46°00′74°08′
8. Lac Marelle   46°00′74°07′
9. Lac Deauville   45°59′74°06′
10. Lac Pas de Poisson   46°01′74°07′
11. Lac Lenore   46°00′74°07′
12. Lac Long   45°59′74°05′
13. Lac Tondohar   46°00′74°07′
14. Lac Quévillon   46°00′74°06′
15. Lac Mimi   46°00′74°09′
16. Lac Gascon   45°59′74°08′
17. Lac Ste-Adèle   45°57′74°09′
18. Lac Millette   45°58′74°11′
19. Lac Bouthiller   45°57′74°13′
20. Lac Renaud   45°56′74°12′
21. Lac Matley   45°57′74°11′
22. Lac Richer   45°57′74°12′
23. Lac des Seize Îles From 09:00 to 20:00 45°54′74°28′
24. Within a perimeter of 60 m from the shore of Lac Charlebois   46°05′74°03′
25. Lac Vingt-Sous   45°57′74°22′
26. Lac Cornu   45°58′74°23′
27. Lac de la Montagne   45°59′74°19′
28. Baie Major of Lac des Sables   46°02′74°17′
29. Baie Centre-Ville of Lac des Sables   46°02′74°17′
30. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Archambault   46°19′74°15′
31. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Baribeau   46°21′74°10′
32. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Beauchamp   46°18′74°12′
33. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Bouillon   46°16′74°11′
34. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac la Clef   46°23′74°13′
35. [Repealed, SOR/98-385, s. 29]
36. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac des Aulnes (Isidore and Garon)   46°22′74°11′
37. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Léon   46°22′74°16′
38. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Major   46°21′74°12′
39. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac de la Montagne Noire   46°12′74°16′
40. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Ouareau   46°17′74°09′
41. [Repealed, SOR/98-385, s. 30]
42. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Perreault   46°20′74°07′
43. [Repealed, SOR/98-385, s. 31]
44. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Raquette   46°15′74°20′
45. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Rochemaure   46°22′74°10′
46. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac St-Onge   46°22′74°08′
47. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Sombre   46°20′74°05′
48. Within 100 m from the shore of Lac Sylvère   46°21′74°04′
49. Within 100 m from the shore of Rivière St-Michel (Michel)   46°18′74°16′
50. Within 100 m from the shore of Ruisseau Noir   46°23′74°16′
51. Within 100 m from the shore of Rivière Ouareau   46°19′74°11′
52. Within 100 m from the shore of Ruisseau de la Pimbina   46°21′74°14′
53. Within 50 m from the shore of Lac Blanc   46°20′74°13′
54. [Repealed, SOR/98-385, s. 32]
55. Lac Manitou From 10:00 to noon and from 16:00 to 19:00 46°54′00″ 74°22′00″
56. Lac Fraser   45°23′00″ 72°11′00″
57. Lac Berry   48°47′00″ 78°22′00″
58. Lac Filion   48°50′00″ 78°24′00″
59. Lac Magny   48°51′00″ 78°23′00″
60. Lac Brompton, northwest of a line connecting point D under coordinates 45°28′23″ 72°08′53″ to point E under coordinates 45°28′26″ 72°08′48″, (Baie Larochelle) Lac Brompton 45°26′72°09′
61. Lac Brompton, north of a line connecting point F under coordinates 45°28′13″ 72°08′04″ and point G under coordinates 45°28′10″ 72°08′06″ (Baie du Barrage) Lac Brompton 45°26′72°09′
62. Lac Leamy, the north passage linking the lake to the Gatineau River and the northern half of the south passage linking the lake to Lac de la Carrière   45°27′ 75°43′
63. Lac Trois-Lacs   45°48′ 71°54′
  (a) in the beach and swimming areas delineated by a line running perpendicular to the shore to a point at coordinates 45°47′45″ 71°53′25″, thence to a point at coordinates 45°47′35″ 71°53′30″, and thence returning perpendicularly to the shore; and    
  (b) on the remaining part of the lake From 08:00 to 20:00  
64. Rivière Nicolet Sud-Ouest   46°13′ 72°36′
  (a) from the Lac Trois-Lacs exit at a point at coordinates 45°48′10″ 71°54′40″ to the existing dam at a point at coordinates 45°47′50″ 71°55′00″, and From 08:00 to 20:00  
  (b) from the entrance to Lac Trois-Lacs at a point at coordinates 45°47′32″ 71°52′15″ to a point at coordinates 45°47′37″ 71°51′47″ From 08:00 to 20:00  
65. Lac Saint-Louis, in that part of the lake located between a line drawn from the wharf of Parc Saint-Louis to the western limit of Parc René Lévesque and a line drawn in the direction of and extending from 6e Avenue in Lachine   45°26′ 73°42′
66. Rivière Ouareau, between Lac Blanc and Lac Ouareau   46°19′ 74°11′
67. Lac Croche within 50 m from the shore, except where the vessel follows a trajectory perpendicular to the shore   46°21′ 74°06′
68. Lac du Pimbina within 50 m from the shore, except where the vessel follows a trajectory perpendicular to the shore   46°23′ 74°14′
69. Lac Provost within 50 m from the shore, except where the vessel follows a trajectory perpendicular to the shore   46°24′ 74°16′

 

 

PART IIIQUEBEC

 Column IColumn IIColumn III
ItemName given by the Répertoire toponymique du Québec, or descriptionLocal nameLocation reference (Répertoire toponymique du Québec, reference system)
    
1. Lac Masson Lac Masson 46°03′74°02′
2. Lac North Baie North 46°03′74°02′
3.

46°02′74°01′
4. Lac Grenier Lac Grenier 46°03′74°01′
5. Lac Castor Lac Castor 46°01′74°02′
6. Lac Laviolette Lac Laviolette 46°00′74°08′
7. Lac Marelle Lac Marelle 46°00′74°07′
8. Lac Deauville Lac Deauville 45°59′74°06′
9. Lac Pas de Poisson Lac Pas de Poisson 46°01′74°07′
10. Lac Lenore Lac Lenore 46°00′74°07′
11. Lac Long Lac Long 45°59′74°05′
12. Lac Tondohar Lac Tondohar 46°00′74°07′
13. Lac Quévillon Lac Quévillon 46°00′74°06′
14. Lac Mimi Lac Mimi 46°00′74°09′
15. Lac Gascon Lac Gascon 45°59′74°08′
16. Lac Ste-Adèle Lac Ste-Adèle 45°57′74°09′
17. Lac Millette Lac Millette 45°58′74°11′
18. Lac Bouthiller Lac Bouthiller 45°57′74°13′
19. Lac Renaud Lac Renaud 45°56′74°12′
20. Lac Matley Lac Matley 45°57′74°11′
21. Lac Richer Lac Richer 45°57′74°12′
22. Lac Masson Lac Masson 46°02′74°03′
23. Lac Charlebois Lac Charlebois 46°05′74°03′
24. Lac Vingt-Sous Lac Vingt-Sous 45°57′74°22′
25. Lac Cornu Lac Cornu 45°58′74°23′
26. Lac de la Montagne Lac de la Montagne 45°59′74°19′
27. Lac de l’Achigan Lac de l’Achigan 45°56′73°58′
28. Lac des Seize Îles Lac des Seize Îles 45°54′74°28′
29. Lac Brome Lac Brome 45°15′72°30″
30. Lac des Sables Lac des Sables 46°02′74°18′
31. Lac Archambault Lac Archambault 46°19′74°15′
32. Lac Baribeau Lac Baribeau 46°21′74°10′
33. Lac Beauchamp Lac Beauchamp 46°18′74°12′
34. Lac Blanc Lac Blanc 46°20′74°13′
35. Lac Bouillon Lac Bouillon 46°16′74°11′
36. Lac la Clef Lac la Clef 46°23′74°13′
37. Lac Croche Lac Croche 46°21′74°06′
38. Lac des Aulnes (Isidore and Garon) Lac des Aulnes 46°22′74°11′
39. Lac Léon Lac Léon 46°22′74°16′
40. Lac Major Lac Major 46°21′74°12′
41. Lac de la Montagne Noire Lac de la Montagne Noire 46°12′74°16′
42. Lac Ouareau Lac Ouareau 46°17′74°09′
43. Lac du Pimbina Lac du Pimbina 46°23′74°14′
44. Lac Perreault Lac Perreault 46°20′74°07′
45. Lac Provost Lac Provost 46°24′74°16′
46. Lac Raquette Lac Raquette 46°15′74°20′
47. Lac Rochemaure Lac Rochemaure 46°22′74°10′
48. Lac St-Onge Lac St-Onge 46°22′74°08′
49. Lac Sombre Lac Sombre 46°20′74°05′
50. Lac Sylvère Lac Sylvère 46°21′74°04′
51. Rivière St-Michel (Michel) Rivière St-Michel (Michel) 46°18′74°16′
52. Ruisseau Noir Ruisseau Noir 46°23′74°16′
53. Rivière Ouareau Rivière Ouareau 46°19′74°11′
54. Ruisseau de la Pimbina Ruisseau de la Pimbina 46°21′74°14′
55. Lac Manitou Lac Manitou 46°54′74°22′
56. Lac-à-la-Truite Lac-à-la-Truite 45°21′72°09′
57. Lac des Écorces Lac des Écorces 46°00′74°32′
58. Lac McGregor Lac McGregor 45°38′75°39′
59. Petit Lac du Cerf Petit Lac du Cerf 46°16′00″ 75°30′00″
60. Grand Lac du Cerf Grand Lac du Cerf 46°16′00″ 75°31′00″
61. Lac Lefebvre Lac Lefebvre 46°16′00″ 75°29′00″
62. Lac Mallone Lac Mallone 46°19′00″ 75°31′00″
63. Lac à Dick Lac à Dick 46°20′00″ 75°30′00″
64. Lac Fraser Lac Fraser 45°23′00″ 72°11′00″
65. Lac Saint-Denis Lac Saint-Denis 45°56′00″ 74°19′00″
66. Lac à la Truite Lac à la Truite 45°56′00″ 74°31′00″
67. Lac Mohawk Lac Mohawk 45°56′00″ 74°21′00″
68. Lac Noir Lac Noir 45°56′00″ 74°22′00″
69. Lac Connelly Lac Connelly 45°54′00″ 73°58′00″
70. Lac Berry Lac Berry 48°47′00″ 78°22′00″
71. Lac Filion Lac Filion 48°50′00″ 78°24′00″
72. Lac Magny Lac Magny 48°51′00″ 78°23′00″
73. Lac Bleu Lac Bleu 45°52′00″ 73°59′00″
74. Lac Barrière Lac Barrière 45°53′ 75°06′
75. Lac de l’Achigan Lac de l’Achigan 45°56′73°58′
76. Lac des Français Lac des Français 45°26′72°13′
77. Lac des Deux-Montagnes, baie de Vaudreuil, in the area located to the west of a straight line joining the northern limit of rue du Club at a point at coordinates 45°23′29″ 74°00′47″ and a point on lot 2257 at coordinates 45°24′55″ 74°00′45″    
78. Lac Simon Simon Lake 45°58′ 75°05′
79. Lac Gagnon Gagnon Lake 46°07′ 75°07′
80. Lac Leamy, the north passage linking the lake to the Gatineau River and the northern half of the south passage linking the lake to Lac de la Carrière Leamy Lake 45°27′ 75°43′
81. Lac Gilman Lac Gilman 49°55′ 74°20′

 

 

2 Comments

  1. bernice Klassen 02/20/2014 at 10:37 AM

    RE: the list of lakes that do not allow boats.

    Hello Yanick,

    I am president of a lake association on Lac McGlashan and I would appreciate your thoughts on the following question that has arisen at our executive meeting.

    Generally speaking how do buyers react when a lake has a restriction on boat use either no boats allowed or only electric boats allowed. Our lake is quite small.

    Thank you!

    Bernice Klassen

  2. Yanick Laporte 02/20/2014 at 12:04 PM

    Hi Bernice,
    Thanks for your comment.
    The answer depend on the location and size of the lake. In general in the Laurentians, larger lakes with motor boats have higher value than smaller lakes with no motor boats.

    In general, most current waterfront buyers are their 40 with young children and they prefer a lake with motor boats.

    But if your lake in quite small and is unsafe for boats, then i will be more attracting for buyers over 50 years old, which prefer a quiet lake with no motor boats.

    I hope this helps,

    Take care,

    Yanick

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