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5 edition of The land, timber & mining regulations of the province of Ontario found in the catalog.

The land, timber & mining regulations of the province of Ontario

with notes &c.


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Published by s.n. in [Toronto? .
Written in English

  • Land settlement -- Law and legislation -- Ontario.,
  • Forestry law and legislation -- Ontario.,
  • Mining law -- Ontario.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby H.R. Hardy.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 microfiches (88 fr.)
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19679135M
    ISBN 10066558492X

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The land, timber & mining regulations of the province of Ontario Download PDF EPUB FB2

the owner of a mine or mining plant shall ensure that the drawings, plans and specifications are prepared or checked by a professional engineer under his or her seal and signature and are in compliance with the Act and this Regulation.

R.R.O. Reg. s. 5 (1); O. Reg. 60/94, s. 1; O. Reg. /97, s. 2 (1). The mining industry plays a critical role in Canada’s economy, with mineral exploration activity taking place in almost every province and territory across the country.

Canadian Law of Mining, 2nd Edition covers the main areas of mining law through expert commentary and analysis on the latest developments and leading case : management are carried out by the Ontario government agency called Ontario Parks. Private lands: Forest management on private land is not heavily regulated by the Government of Ontario.

In some municipalities, municipal governments have passed tree cutting bylaws which may influence the harvest of timber on private Size: KB. SOME DEFINITIONS Crown Land: land that belongs to the province of does NOT include: (a) land, the surface rights, mining rights or mining and surface rights of which are under lease or license of occupation from the Crown, (b) land in the actual use or occupation of the Crown, the Crown in right of Canada, or of a department of the Government of Canada or a ministry of the File Size: KB.

2 MINING IN ONTARIO: A DEEPER LOOK Overview of Ontario’s Mining Industry Inthere were 33 operating mines in Ontario1. Approximately two-thirds of these were gold or base metal (iron, nickel, lead and zinc) mines, with a palladium and a diamond mine also in operation.

The rest of Ontario’s mines are mainly located in the southern part of. Nation about timber cutting. However, the court’s comments refer to three important starting points for understanding the basis of land claims in Ontario.

First, as the Supreme Court makes clear, to understand the source of Aboriginal land claims requires some appreciation of the history of Aboriginal–Crown relations in this province. consequences for the Province’s coal industry as well as the oil sands.

Moreover, the US has now formally rejected the Keystone XL pipeline. We await further developments in this area and expect some global impacts on all extractive industries.

We hope this book will be a helpful summary of the main. features of our current mining tax regime. Protect Ontario’s air, land, water, species at risk and their habitats; Tackle climate change; Manage the province’s parks and conservation reserves; Maintain strong environmental protections while creating jobs; Use the best available science and research to develop and deliver policies, legislation, regulations, standards, programs and.

MINING CLAIMS. A mining claim is a parcel of land for which the claimant has asserted a right of possession and the right to develop and extract a discovered, valuable, mineral deposit.

This right does not include exclusive surface rights (see Public Law ). The Ontario Building Code Online. Your online resource for Ontaio's complete online Building Code. Build Code Section 1. Complete section 1 of the Ontario Building code.

Section 3. Complete section 3 of the Ontario Building code. Section 4. Complete section 4 of the Ontario Building code. The Rainy River District, province of Ontario, Canada; an illustrated description of its soil, climate, products, area, agricultural capabilities and timber and mineral resources, together with the laws and information pertaining to free grants and homesteads, to mining and to the preservation of forests from destruction by fire.

Timber harvesting is permitted on some federal lands, but involves very small volumes of timber. Provincial and territorial laws generally also apply to timber harvested on land owned by the federal government.

This means that forest management plans are required and must address inventory, harvesting, renewal and other activities. Ontario mining tax is imposed on profits from the extraction of mineral substances raised and sold by operators of Ontario mines.

Tax amount. The tax rate on taxable profit subject to mining tax is: 10 per cent for non-remote mines, and; 5 per cent for remote mines. Reserve, Doctor Of Civil Law, Doctor Of Laws, LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR of Our Province of Ontario.

Our City Of Toronto, in Our said Province Of Ontario, this second day of May sixty-one in the year of Our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and and in the tenth Deputy year Of Our Reign.

Minister of Lands and Forests. Ref. sale No. All past and present mining operations in Ontario occupy square kilometres - only about % of Ontario's total land area. Moreover, every stage of the mining process is governed by comprehensive regulations including: the Mining Act of Ontario, the Environmental Assessment Act, the Environmental Protection Act, the Ontario Water Resources.

Canada: Mining Laws and Regulations ICLG - Mining Laws and Regulations - Canada covers common issues in mining laws and regulations – including the acquisition of rights, ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, transfer and encumbrance, environmental aspects, native title and land rights – in 15 jurisdictions.

Value of mineral production in Ontario was $ billion in Read about the economic contribution of mining to the province. 90% of the mining GDP stays inside Ontario. The mining industry crea direct jobs and approximately anot indirect jobs in mineral processing and mining supply and services in Ontario.

4 (1) All public lands for mining purposes and for the purposes of the mineral industry and all regulations made with respect to mines or minerals or mining or mining lands or mining rights or the mineral industry shall be administered by the Minister.

R.S.O. c. M, s. 4 (1). Public forest land owned by provinces and territories: 90%. For the 90% of Canada’s forests they own, the provinces and territories have many responsibilities and powers. They: develop and enforce forest laws; set up a licence or timber supply agreement with forest companies that want to harvest timber in publicly owned forests.

The Canadian mining industry is governed by dozens of federal, provincial and territorial acts and regulations across a broad spectrum of subject matter. While regulating mining activity is primarily the responsibility of the provinces, there are many aspects that require approval from several federal government departments.

Ontario is one of the thirteen provinces and territories of Canada. Located in Central Canada, it is Canada's most populous province, with percent of the country's population, and is the second-largest province by total area (after Quebec). Ontario is Canada's fourth-largest jurisdiction in total area when the territories of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut are included.

Private Managed Forest Land Regulation Forest Act o Timber Marking and Transportation Regulation Enforcement of federal government regulations on private forest land is conducted by other regulatory agencies, including Environment Canada and Fisheries & Oceans Canada. Timber processing legislation and regulations.

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c. 15, Sched. Third, the value of timber depends heavily on how much timber is sold in one timber sale and what kind of harvesting is done. Often, the larger the sale, the higher the price per unit of wood that can be offered.

It can be more costly per unit of wood removed to cut only a few, selected trees, rather than cut most or all trees in the stand. Work done by the owner or occupant, or a servant, in a private residence or on the connected land [Section 3(1)]; Workplaces under federal jurisdiction, although federal authorities accept that outside contractors and their employees, while in federal workplaces, are under provincial jurisdiction.

Ontario is the center of the country for Canada. They have the country’s largest city (Toronto) as well as the nation’s capital and seat of our national government in Ottawa. The province has a population of 6 million people and is the most po.

Summer lasts from around June to September and the weather varies from warm to hot. Daytime temperatures are between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius or Centigrade (68 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit) or higher.

In southern Ontario and Quebec, it can often be very humid. The Rainy River District, province of Ontario, Canada: an illustrated description of its soil, climate, products, area, agricultural capabilities and timber and mineral resources, together with information pertaining to free grants and homesteads and to mining by Frank Yeigh ().

Wood was the staple of Canadian trade for much of the 19th century. Fueled by European demand, the timber trade brought investment and immigration to eastern Canada, fostered economic development, and transformed the regional environment far.

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Map of the Province of Ontario showing location of Mining road projects, Ontario Dominion Agreementvote no. [ca. ,]; Map of north-eastern Ontario and north-western Quebec showing. This was the nucleus of the Province of Ontario. In Upper Canada (Ontario) was separated from Quebec and given its own governor and legislature, which first met in at Newark, now Niagara-on-the-Lake.

The laws of England were then introduced. In the capital was moved to York (Toronto). “The land is the most important thing,” Tsilhqot’in chief Roger William told me. “Our songs, our place names, our history, our stories – they come from the land that we are a part of.

Miners drill for silver in Cobalt, Ontario, which became the world’s fourth biggest source for the metal and solidified Toronto’s connection to the mining industry. The vast majority of our lands are patented mining claims.

These patented lands vary from 4 acres to hundreds of acres. Within minutes of our properties, one can fish for walleye (pickerel), northern pike, bass, lake trout, brook trout, some lakes even have rainbow trout.

Forests make up about million hectares of the province's million hectare land base. Boreal Forest. The Northern Coniferous or boreal forest is our largest forest zone.

It covers a broad swath across the north central and central part of the province, dipping down to extend across our eastern border into Ontario. British Columbia - British Columbia - Agriculture, forestry, and fishing: Agriculture plays an important part in the province’s economy.

However, it is not homogeneous and varies widely, from the highly capitalized dairy industry of the lower Fraser valley to the fruit orchards and vineyards of the Okanagan, the mixed farms of the Bulkley valley, and the highly specialized grain farms of the.

At the provincial level, each province has various laws, regulations and policies governing public procurement of various governmental and quasi-governmental entities.

For example, in Ontario, procurement by certain public-sector entities is also governed by the Broader Public Sector Accountability Act and various directives issued by the. (your forester can provide one), or place an ad in a local newspaper inviting buyers to contact you for details.

Wherever you advertise, include your contact information, the location of your land, the timber species, quality and volume you’re selling, the road quality to access the trees, and any other helpful or important points. Read the full land use order. Learn more about gold panning and sluicing from the Department of EGLE.

For questions or comments concerning the use of state land for recreational gold panning and sluicing please email Matt Fry or call Annual rates of deforestation –, deforestation decreases, land-use changes. Canada's forests by numbers Amount of forest protected, harvested, planted, deforested and affected by fire or insects.

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Policies are the Forest Services rules defining forest management. The policies are documented in agency manuals and handbooks. The links on this page refer to other Forest Service, government or educational web sites with the information.A map that depicts crown land conservation areas in New Brunswick.

Enforcement Cases Enforcement cases which have occurred across the province as a result of investigations and the work of the Conservation Officers.