1 edition of Guide to legislation affecting mining in Ontario. by P.B. Hildebrand and L.J. Frosch found in the catalog.
Guide to legislation affecting mining in Ontario. by P.B. Hildebrand and L.J. Frosch
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Ontario represents a high-water mark in the regulation of mining; by no means is it perfect, but the province has crafted a set of rules over decades of experience that strike a balance among prospectors, junior and major mining companies, investors and government, as well as the community at large. On Decem all existing Ontario Business Corporations Act (“OBCA”) companies will need to comply with Section 1 of the OBCA, which requires companies to keep a register of all “ownership interests in land” in Ontario. For mining companies, such interests established under the Mining Act (Ontario) 2 can include: (i) Patented lands; and.
Mining Lands Administrative System. The MLAS is a new, online system that administers mining lands, registers mining claims, and replaces a previous paper-based system. In addition to editorial changes, the following policies were reviewed and revised to add clearer language and additional explanations, and to remove repeated descriptions already included in the Mining Act or its regulations. The resulting study, Mining’s Many Faces: Environmental Mining Law and Policy in Canada is intended to provide an introductory overview of current environmental laws and policies applicable to the metal mining sector, major policy trends, and the politics of mineral .
Understanding mining rights in Ontario Purpose of the Ontario Mining Act: The purpose of the act is: 1. to encourage prospecting, staking and exploration for the development of mineral resources; and 2. to minimize adverse effects of these activities on public health and safety and the environment through rehabilitation of mining lands in Ontario. Read Legislation Acts and Regulations, Mineral Tax Act, Coal Act, Mineral Land Tax Act, Petroleum and Natural Gas Act, Mineral Tenure Act B.C. has declared a state of emergency. Learn about COVID health issues. | B.C.’s response to COVID
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Guide to legislation affecting mining in Ontario. [P B Hildebrand; L J Frosch; Ontario. Mineral Resources Branch.] Book: All Authors / Contributors: P B Hildebrand; L J Frosch; Ontario. Mineral Resources Branch. Find more information about: ISBN: GUIDE TO LEGISLATION AFFECTING MINING IN ONTARIO MINERAL POLICY BACKGROUND PAPER No.9 Study Prepared By P.B.
Hildebrand L. THE ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS GROUP LIMITED For MINERAL RESOURCES BRANCH MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES MAY, Ministry of Hon Jflmes A.
Auld Minister Natural., ^ B Dr. Reynolds. OCLC Number: Notes: "August " Description: 1 volume (loose-leaf): illustrations ; 31 cm. Contents: 1. Introduction Introduction to the guide Purpose of the guide Structure of the guide Introduction to legal concepts Division of powers concerning mining Key topics Administration Mine types Environmental concerns Health.
Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act R.R.O. REGULATION MINES AND MINING PLANTS Consolidation Period: From Febru to the e-Laws currency date. Last amendment: O. Reg.
34/ CONTENTS Sections DEFINITIONS 1 PART I GENERAL PART II FIRE PROTECTION PART III ACCESS TO WORKPLACES PART IV PROTECTION OF File Size: KB. Describe any other sources of law affecting the mining industry. The areas of contract law and tort law are generally regulated by the provinces pursuant to their “property and civil rights” powers delineated under the Constitution Act, These bodies of law are mostly “common law” (i.e., “judge-made” law, rather than law.
The Environmental Code of Practice for Metal Mines describes operational activities and associated environmental concerns of this industrial sector.
The document applies to the complete life cycle of mining, from exploration to mine closure, and environmental management practices are recommended to mitigate the identified environmental concerns.
Disclaimer: This web resource has been prepared to assist the workplace parties in understanding some of their obligations under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) and the is not intended to replace the OHSA or the regulations and reference should always be made to the official version of the legislation.
It is the responsibility of the workplace parties to ensure. Mining Laws and Regulations ICLG - Mining Law 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.
Published: 10/09/ A Guide to Canadian Mining Taxation, which we publish bi-annually.* For the past three to four years, the mining industry has been wrestling with a combination of issues it has not experienced before. Economic stagnation in emerging markets has softened commodity prices, stemming mining revenues and disenchanting investors.
How much. The federal government has legislation that covers key aspects of the sector. The Minister of the Environment is responsible for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, and administering the Metal Mining Effluent Regulations (MMER) under the Fisheries Act.
(2) Clause (1) (a) does not apply to a safety station in a haulageway that was driven before the 1st day of October,if the safety station complies with section of The Mining Act, being chapter of the Revised Statutes of Ontario,as it read on the 30th day of.
introduction. InOntario introduced Bill to amend the Mining Act. 1 These amendments are being phased in with the goal of having them all in force by the end of On November 1,a large number of these changes went into effect.
These changes include new protections for surface rights owners and Aboriginal lands, as well as more stringent duty to consult requirements. Ontario Regulation /17 provided some detailed rules about how legacy claims would be converted under s.
of the Mining Act including due dates by which a claim holder must distribute assessment credits or make a payment in place to a mining claim to keep it in good standing, as well as how assessment work credits for legacy claims would. (8) In Northern Ontario, for lands where there is a surface rights owner and the mining rights are held by the Crown, the Minister may issue an order withdrawing the mining rights from prospecting, mining claim registration, sale and lease upon the surface rights owner applying for the order.
c. 21, s. 15 (2);c. 6, Sched. 2, s. 20 (5). Generally, mining rights currently authorised to be issued under applicable Ontario and British Columbia legislation are referred to as "unpatented" mining rights. The term "unpatented" is used to distinguish such rights from "patented" mining rights which constitute a Crown grant of private title or leasehold interest in mineral rights.
Top four changes to mining health and safety. Mining infographic with key hazard assessment services. As of January 1,amendments to Regulation Mines and Mining Plants of the Occupational Health and Safety Act became law.
The regulatory changes relate to risk assessments, water and traffic management programs, and recording of seismic events. Top 3 changes you should know about.
High Visibility Safety Apparel for Mines and Mining Plants – MOL Health and Safety Guideline. To better protect Ontario miners, a s of July 1,all workers who are working underground, or on surface between sunset and sunrise, must wear high visibility safety apparel that meets the requirements of sections and of Regulation Mines and.
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. 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.
6 OntariO Mining and explOratiOn directOry and resOurce guide O ntario is the place the world turns to for cutting-edge mining re-search, technological advances and competitive financing, all means to stimulate more exploration and foster future mineral.
Material adapted from: Hudson, T.L, Fox, F.D., and Plumlee, G.S. Metal Mining and the Environment, p. Published by the American Geosciences Institute Environmental Awareness Series. Click here to download the full handbook. An extensive regulatory system has been developed to govern current mining operations in the United States, as well as to guide the cleanup of.
A brief overview of the primary environmental regulations applicable to mining activities in Canada, including environmental review, permitting and remediation.The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is the national organization of the Canadian mining industry. We represent companies involved in mineral exploration, mining, smelting, refining and semi-fabrication.
Our member companies account for most of Canada’s output of metals and minerals.