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Overview of mining legislation in Canada / Dr. J.B. Gammon and Nancy Wood.

J.B Gammon

Overview of mining legislation in Canada / Dr. J.B. Gammon and Nancy Wood.

by J.B Gammon

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mining law - Canada

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWood, N.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKE 1790 G193 1991 REF
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22068637M

    the consultation and participation of Indigenous peoples within the international mining sector (see Box 1 for a classification of “Indigenous peoples”). We provide an overview and synthesis of consultation and engagement practices, drawing from academic literature, as well as civil society, industry, and government initiatives. The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) and its members are reviewing proposed legislative changes to the federal environmental assessment process for mining projects, following today’s introduction of legislation to enact the Impact Assessment Act and amend the Navigation Protection Act (renamed the Canadian Navigable Waters Act) and the tabling of legislation earlier this week to amend the.

    Ontario had zero mining injury fatalities in Ontario’s lost time injury rate for mining was per , employee hours while in it was Our total injury rate for mining was per , employee hours while in it was In this Act, "advanced exploration project" means (a) excavation of an exploration shaft, adit or decline, (b) construction of an all-weather access road to an advanced exploration site, (c) diversion, alteration or damming of a natural watercourse for purposes of bulk sampling, mine development or mining.

      Canada is in danger of losing its global dominance in mining, despite recent government initiatives to improve competitiveness, according to a report from an industry association. The mining sector, like other sectors, has been hit hard by the response to COVID There is a dim light at the end of the tunnel, but it is hard to say how long the tunnel is and which companies will be able to make it to the light.


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Overview of mining legislation in Canada / Dr. J.B. Gammon and Nancy Wood by J.B Gammon Download PDF EPUB FB2

The provincial governments are responsible for regulating mining within their jurisdictions. Direct federal involvement is limited and specific in nature, and includes: uranium in the context of the nuclear fuel cycle (from exploration to the final disposal of reactor and mine waste) mineral activities related to federal Crown corporations.

Canada: Mining Laws and Regulations ICLG - Mining Laws and Regulations - Canada covers common issues in mining laws and regulations – including the mechanics of acquisition of rights, foreign ownership and indigenous ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, beneficiation –.

This article looks at mining investment, the legal system applicable to mining, various mining laws, mineral ownership in, different types of mining tenements available, rights of miners to access land against landowners' rights, imposition of royalties and other taxes by the various levels of government and rules and restrictions concerning foreign investment in Canada.

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A robust and efficient federal regulatory system is integral to the success of the industry and Canada’s ability to attract mining investment. MAC tracks relevant legislation, monitors emerging regulatory issues, and participates in policy development so that industry perspectives are adequately represented.

Most laws in Canada of a commercial nature will therefore be provincial laws. Mining activities for the most part are governed by the laws of the province or territory in which a mine is physically located, although the laws of other jurisdictions may also be relevant to matters such as financings.

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 development in Canada.

bright future for the mining industry in Canada. Much potential economic growth remains in emerging markets (the world’s major mining markets) and many companies have taken impressive steps toward stabilizing their financial issues.

As this edition of. A Guide to Canadian Mining Taxation. goes to press, two issues are capturing global attention. Ramsey Hart, MiningWatch Canada and Dawn Hoogeveen (First posted July ) Introduction This report is a response to requests from community members, activists and academics in Canada and abroad for information around how Canadian mining laws function.

The document provides a non-technical overview of Canadian mining laws, selected ‘lessons learned’ and the outcomes of mining. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes some text in French. Description: p. ; 28 cm.

Responsibility: Barry Barton, Barbara. Mining is a thriving industry in Canada, contributing over $57 Billion towards country’s GDP and accounting for overjobs as of However, with the rising significance of sustainable industrial practices, it is becoming vital for coal, mineral, and fossil fuel mining companies to ensure their compliance with environmental laws at the federal as well as the provincial level.

Underground Mining Regulations. made under Section 82 of the. Occupational Health and Safety Act. S.N.S.c. O.I.C. (June 3,effective August 1. The principal legislation in Ontario in relation to the industry is the Mining Act (Act) and its accompanying regulations. Other relevant legislation includes the Far North Actthe Mining Amendment ActBill 39 of which amended the Act and the Mining Tax Act   Many of Ontario's junior mining companies are struggling to catch up with the law this month as new regulations under the province’s century-old Mining Act have just come into effect.

(7) This section applies only to a licence of occupation issued under section 52 of The Mining Act, being chapter of the Revised Statutes of Ontario,or any predecessor thereof, and any licence of occupation heretofore issued without a provision for an annual payment.

R.S.O. c. M, s. 41 (7). Canada's mining industry is one of the largest in the world. Producing more than 60 metals and minerals, Canada is among the top five worldwide producers of 14 different commodity metals and minerals.

Help Wanted:Workers Needed to Sustain Canada's Modern Mining Industry. Few of us can fully comprehend the passion, effort and dedication it takes to become a high-end fashion designer or runway model or to orchestrate a Fashion Week event like those held annCanada's mining sector is facing an uphill battle.

Canada - Ontario: Mining Laws and Regulations ICLG - Mining Laws and Regulations - covers common issues in mining laws and regulations – including the mechanics of acquisition of rights, foreign ownership and indigenous ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, beneficiation –.

Dwight Newman, Mining Law of Canada, Lexis Nexis (), To a lesser extent, the country’s bijuralism contributes to the richness of its mining law: the mineral titling regime of Québec is based on the principles found in common law, but its civilian tradition does bear on the qualification of property rights, for instance.

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Mineral rights are obtained and maintained through mining laws (see question 6), typically, for exploration activities (in Quebec, other than surface mineral substances), by .GLOBAL TRENDS IN THE MINING SECTOR.

Worldwide exploration budgets rose to $ billion inup 13% from The main recipients of increased exploration spending by companies were: Canada ($ million); South Africa ($90 million); Mexico ($30 million); and Ghana, the United States and Venezuela, ($20 million each).