In this article:

- New Mining Act – Bill 43

- Exploration Phase

- Procedure, Duty to Disclose and Reports

- Mining Restrictions

- Management of Mining Claims

- Extraction Phase

- Authorization, Consultation, Assessment, Expropriation

- Transparency

- Ore Processing Phase and Economic Spinoffs

- Rehabilitation and Restoration Phase

- Consultation with Native Groups

- Penalty Regime

- Excerpt from: New Mining Act – Bill 43:

Bill 43, tabled in the National Assembly by the Minister of Natural Resources on May 29, 2013, proposes a new Mining Act that incorporates several provisions of the Mining Act currently in force in order to maintain Québec’s mineral tenure system and its general principles.

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Topics:  Disclosure Requirements, Mineral Exploration, Mining, New Legislation, Penalties, Rehabilitation and Restoration Plans, Resource Extraction, Transparency

Published In: General Business Updates, Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates, Indigenous Peoples Updates, Zoning, Planning & Land Use Updates

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