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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The Ministery of land and forests shall be responsible for the management of public land, as well as for the management of the timber and forests belonging to public lands.

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulation lays down provisions relating to the prevention of water pollution in livestock operations. Section 2 establishes that no person shall construct or undertake to operate a new livestock operation, expand, change types of livestock or increase the number of animal units, or install or modify a manure storage site without having obtained a certificate of authorization for that purpose from the Minister.

  3. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulation implements the Environment Quality Act (R.S.Q., c. Q-2, s. 31.0.1). In particular, the Regulation determines the conditions or prohibitions applicable to the layout, extension and operation of sites used in whole or in part for the burial of contaminated soils as well as the conditions applicable to their closure and their post-closure follow-up. The text consists of 70 sections divided into 6 chapters as follows: Scope (I); Contaminated soil burial sites (II); Security (III); Certificate of authorization (IV); Penal (V); Miscellaneous provisions (VI).

  4. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulation is made under the Environment Quality Act (R.S.Q. c. Q. 2). Section 1 establishes that the Regulation applies to all holders of a certificate of authorization issued by the Government or by the Minister for carrying out: 1) drilling work to explore for or produce petroleum or natural gas in shale; and 2) fracturing operations intended to explore for or produce petroleum or natural gas. Furthermore, the Regulation applies in a reserved area and an agricultural zone established under the Act respecting the preservation of agricultural land and agricultural activities.

  5. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulation enacts the Environment Quality Act. The purpose of this Regulation is to protect the environment against pollution related to the handling of contaminated soils. The text consists of 80 sections divided into 5 Parts as follows: General (I); Contaminated soil storage (II); Contaminated soil transfer stations (III); Offences (IV); Miscellaneous (V). Three Schedules are enclosed.

    Implements: Environment Quality Act (R.S.Q., c. Q-2). (2016-11-01)

  6. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulation lays down provisions relating to the protection and rehabilitation of land. Section 3 establishes that the analysis of any soil sample collected in connection with a site characterization study required under a provision of Division IV.2.1 of Chapter I of the Environment Quality Act must be effected by a laboratory accredited by the Minister of the Environment. The text consists of 16 sections and 5 Schedules.

    Implements: Environment Quality Act (R.S.Q., c. Q-2). (2016-11-01)

  7. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Act lays down provisions relating to agricultural lands in the domain of the state. It applies to any agricultural land in the domain of the State, hereinafter referred to as “ungranted land”. It applies also to any agricultural land in the domain of the State considered as “land under concession”. No person may cut timber on ungranted land or on land under concession unless he is authorized to do so by the Minister, subject to paragraph 3 of Section 47, or if he fails to meet the conditions and to pay the duties prescribed by regulation.

  8. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Act lays down provisions relating to the reform of the cadastre in Québec. The cadastre of a territory shall be renewed by identifying each unit of the parcelling out of the territory on a plan and, where required, by changing cadastral designations, including the numbering. The Minister of Natural Resources, Wildlife and Parks shall prepare a cadastral renewal plan for a territory when he is of opinion that the parcelling out of the territory or the changes made to that parcelling out require it.

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