M-25.2 - Act respecting the Ministère des Ressources naturelles et de la Faune

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12. The functions and powers of the Minister shall consist more particularly in
(1)  granting and managing rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources of the domain of the State;
(2)  managing the lands in the domain of the State, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State (chapter T-8.1) and with Division II.2 of this Act;
(3)  devising and implementing plans and programs for the conservation, enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources;
(4)  setting up laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy and encouraging the setting up of such laboratories;
(5)  constructing and maintaining roads on the lands in the domain of the State;
(6)  encouraging the management, conservation and development of the lands in the domain of the State;
(6.1)  ensuring, in lands in the domain of the State, that development activities, resource development activities and the other activities and uses under the Minister’s responsibility are compatible with the uses set out in the land use plans prepared under Division III of Chapter II of the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  establishing and managing the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec;
(8.1)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy and remote sensing;
(8.2)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  (paragraph repealed);
(10)  ensuring the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  ensuring the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  fostering the expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  ensuring that energy supplies are maintained;
(14)  (paragraph repealed);
(14.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(15)  monitoring the quality of energy products, especially in view of their use;
(16)  keeping registers of conceded rights pertaining to the domain of the State;
(16.1)  overseeing all aspects of forest management in forests in the domain of the State;
(16.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.3)  encouraging the development of private forests;
(16.4)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.5)  carrying out, in accordance with the Sustainable Forest Development Act (chapter A-18.1), forest management activities;
(16.6)  devising and implementing research and development programs in the fields of forestry and the processing of forest resources;
(16.7)  ensuring the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases and carrying out phytosanitary tests on such resources;
(16.8)  contributing to the development, adaptation and modernization of wood processing plants and other activities using ligneous matter;
(16.9)  encouraging the marketing and sale of forest products;
(16.10)  encouraging the participation of the forestry sector in regional development;
(17)  administering the legislation relating to the cadastre, cartography and land registration and mineral, hydraulic, energy and forest resources;
(17.1)  being in charge of the organization and inspection of the Land Registry Office and the registry offices established for the registration divisions in Québec;
(17.2)  having superintendence over the Land Registrar and the deputy registrars;
(17.3)  )renewing the cadastre, keeping cadastral plans up to date and ensuring the publication of cadastral data;
(17.4)  keeping the land register and ensuring the publication of land rights;
(17.5)  (paragraph repealed);
(17.6)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized goods and services in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraphs 17.3, 17.4 and paragraph 3 of section 12.2;
(17.7)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraph 17.6;
(17.8)  collecting the information referred to in the third paragraph of section 9 of the Act respecting duties on transfers of immovables (chapter D-15.1), compiling it and sending it to the Minister of Finance in the manner agreed on with that Minister;
(18)  performing any other function assigned to him by the Government.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33; 1994, c. 13, s. 6; 1995, c. 20, s. 1; 1997, c. 64, s. 18; 1999, c. 40, s. 189; 2000, c. 42, s. 192; 2006, c. 40, s. 8; 2005, c. 10, s. 69; 2011, c. 16, Sch. II, s. 44; 2010, c. 3, s. 311; 2016, c. 352016, c. 35, s. 1;2018, c. 182018, c. 18, s. 128.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister shall consist more particularly in
(1)  granting and managing rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources of the domain of the State;
(2)  managing the lands in the domain of the State, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State (chapter T-8.1) and with Division II.2 of this Act;
(3)  devising and implementing plans and programs for the conservation, enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources;
(4)  setting up laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy and encouraging the setting up of such laboratories;
(5)  constructing and maintaining roads on the lands in the domain of the State;
(6)  encouraging the management, conservation and development of the lands in the domain of the State;
(6.1)  ensuring, in lands in the domain of the State, that development activities, resource development activities and the other activities and uses under the Minister’s responsibility are compatible with the uses set out in the land use plans prepared under Division III of Chapter II of the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  establishing and managing the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec;
(8.1)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy and remote sensing;
(8.2)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  (paragraph repealed);
(10)  ensuring the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  ensuring the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  fostering the expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  ensuring that energy supplies are maintained;
(14)  (paragraph repealed);
(14.1)  (paragraph repealed);
(15)  monitoring the quality of energy products, especially in view of their use;
(16)  keeping registers of conceded rights pertaining to the domain of the State;
(16.1)  overseeing all aspects of forest management in forests in the domain of the State;
(16.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.3)  encouraging the development of private forests;
(16.4)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.5)  carrying out, in accordance with the Sustainable Forest Development Act (chapter A-18.1), forest management activities;
(16.6)  devising and implementing research and development programs in the fields of forestry and the processing of forest resources;
(16.7)  ensuring the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases and carrying out phytosanitary tests on such resources;
(16.8)  contributing to the development, adaptation and modernization of wood processing plants and other activities using ligneous matter;
(16.9)  encouraging the marketing and sale of forest products;
(16.10)  encouraging the participation of the forestry sector in regional development;
(17)  administering the legislation relating to the cadastre, cartography and land registration and mineral, hydraulic, energy and forest resources;
(17.1)  being in charge of the organization and inspection of the Land Registry Office and the registry offices established for the registration divisions in Québec;
(17.2)  having superintendence over the Land Registrar and the deputy registrars;
(17.3)  )renewing the cadastre, keeping cadastral plans up to date and ensuring the publication of cadastral data;
(17.4)  keeping the land register and ensuring the publication of land rights;
(17.5)  (paragraph repealed);
(17.6)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized goods and services in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraphs 17.3, 17.4 and paragraph 3 of section 12.2;
(17.7)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraph 17.6;
(18)  performing any other function assigned to him by the Government.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33; 1994, c. 13, s. 6; 1995, c. 20, s. 1; 1997, c. 64, s. 18; 1999, c. 40, s. 189; 2000, c. 42, s. 192; 2006, c. 40, s. 8; 2005, c. 10, s. 69; 2011, c. 16, Sch. II, s. 44; 2010, c. 3, s. 311; 2016, c. 352016, c. 35, s. 1.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister shall consist more particularly in
(1)  granting and managing rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources of the domain of the State;
(2)  managing the lands in the domain of the State, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State (chapter T-8.1) and with Division II.2 of this Act;
(3)  devising and implementing plans and programs for the conservation, enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources;
(4)  setting up laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy and encouraging the setting up of such laboratories;
(5)  constructing and maintaining roads on the lands in the domain of the State;
(6)  encouraging the management, conservation and development of the lands in the domain of the State;
(6.1)  ensuring, in lands in the domain of the State, that development activities, resource development activities and the other activities and uses under the Minister’s responsibility are compatible with the uses set out in the land use plans prepared under Division III of Chapter II of the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  establishing and managing the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec;
(8.1)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy and remote sensing;
(8.2)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  (paragraph repealed);
(10)  ensuring the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  ensuring the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  fostering the expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  ensuring that energy supplies are maintained;
(14)  developing and implementing energy efficiency and innovation programs and measures;
(14.1)  implementing energy efficiency and innovation measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions;
(15)  monitoring the quality of energy products, especially in view of their use;
(16)  keeping registers of conceded rights pertaining to the domain of the State;
(16.1)  overseeing all aspects of forest management in forests in the domain of the State;
(16.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.3)  encouraging the development of private forests;
(16.4)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.5)  carrying out, in accordance with the Sustainable Forest Development Act (chapter A-18.1), forest management activities;
(16.6)  devising and implementing research and development programs in the fields of forestry and the processing of forest resources;
(16.7)  ensuring the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases and carrying out phytosanitary tests on such resources;
(16.8)  contributing to the development, adaptation and modernization of wood processing plants and other activities using ligneous matter;
(16.9)  encouraging the marketing and sale of forest products;
(16.10)  encouraging the participation of the forestry sector in regional development;
(17)  administering the legislation relating to the cadastre, cartography and land registration and mineral, hydraulic, energy and forest resources;
(17.1)  being in charge of the organization and inspection of the Land Registry Office and the registry offices established for the registration divisions in Québec;
(17.2)  having superintendence over the Land Registrar and the deputy registrars;
(17.3)  )renewing the cadastre, keeping cadastral plans up to date and ensuring the publication of cadastral data;
(17.4)  keeping the land register and ensuring the publication of land rights;
(17.5)  (paragraph repealed);
(17.6)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized goods and services in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraphs 17.3, 17.4 and paragraph 3 of section 12.2;
(17.7)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraph 17.6;
(18)  performing any other function assigned to him by the Government.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33; 1994, c. 13, s. 6; 1995, c. 20, s. 1; 1997, c. 64, s. 18; 1999, c. 40, s. 189; 2000, c. 42, s. 192; 2006, c. 40, s. 8; 2005, c. 10, s. 69; 2011, c. 16, Sch. II, s. 44; 2010, c. 3, s. 311.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister shall consist more particularly in
(1)  granting and managing rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources of the domain of the State;
(2)  managing the lands in the domain of the State, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State (chapter T-8.1) and with Division II.2 of this Act;
(3)  devising and implementing plans and programs for the conservation, enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources;
(4)  setting up laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy and encouraging the setting up of such laboratories;
(5)  constructing and maintaining roads on the lands in the domain of the State;
(6)  encouraging the management, conservation and development of the lands in the domain of the State;
(6.1)  ensuring, in lands in the domain of the State, that development activities, resource development activities and the other activities and uses under the Minister’s responsibility are compatible with the uses set out in the land use plans prepared under Division III of Chapter II of the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  establishing and managing the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec;
(8.1)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy and remote sensing;
(8.2)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  (paragraph repealed);
(10)  ensuring the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  ensuring the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  fostering the expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  ensuring that energy supplies are maintained;
(14)  developing and implementing energy efficiency and innovation programs and measures;
(14.1)  implementing energy efficiency and innovation measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions;
(15)  monitoring the quality of energy products, especially in view of their use;
(16)  keeping registers of conceded rights pertaining to the domain of the State;
(16.1)  overseeing all aspects of forest management in forests in the domain of the State;
(16.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.3)  encouraging the development of private forests;
(16.4)  establishing, in forests in the domain of the State, forest management units and allocating in such units, up to the maximum allowable annual cut, volumes of round timber to supply wood processing plants, taking other available sources of supply into account;
(16.5)  carrying out, in accordance with the Forest Act (chapter F-4.1), forest management activities;
(16.6)  devising and implementing research and development programs in the fields of forestry and the processing of forest resources;
(16.7)  ensuring the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases and carrying out phytosanitary tests on such resources;
(16.8)  contributing to the development, adaptation and modernization of wood processing plants and other activities using ligneous matter;
(16.9)  encouraging the marketing and sale of forest products;
(16.10)  encouraging the participation of the forestry sector in regional development;
(17)  administering the legislation relating to the cadastre, cartography and land registration and mineral, hydraulic, energy and forest resources;
(17.1)  being in charge of the organization and inspection of the Land Registry Office and the registry offices established for the registration divisions in Québec;
(17.2)  having superintendence over the Land Registrar and the deputy registrars;
(17.3)  )renewing the cadastre, keeping cadastral plans up to date and ensuring the publication of cadastral data;
(17.4)  keeping the land register and ensuring the publication of land rights;
(17.5)  (paragraph repealed);
(17.6)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized goods and services in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraphs 17.3, 17.4 and paragraph 3 of section 12.2;
(17.7)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraph 17.6;
(18)  performing any other function assigned to him by the Government.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33; 1994, c. 13, s. 6; 1995, c. 20, s. 1; 1997, c. 64, s. 18; 1999, c. 40, s. 189; 2000, c. 42, s. 192; 2006, c. 40, s. 8; 2005, c. 10, s. 69; 2011, c. 16, Sch. II, s. 44.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister shall consist more particularly in
(1)  granting and managing rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources of the domain of the State;
(2)  managing the lands in the domain of the State, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State (chapter T‐8.1) and with Division II.2 of this Act;
(3)  devising and implementing plans and programs for the conservation, enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources;
(4)  setting up laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy and encouraging the setting up of such laboratories;
(5)  constructing and maintaining roads on the lands in the domain of the State;
(6)  encouraging the management, conservation and development of the lands in the domain of the State;
(6.1)  ensuring, in lands in the domain of the State, that development activities, resource development activities and the other activities and uses under the Minister’s responsibility are compatible with the uses set out in the land use plans prepared under Division III of Chapter II of the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  establishing and managing the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec;
(8.1)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy and remote sensing;
(8.2)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  (paragraph repealed);
(10)  ensuring the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  ensuring the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  fostering the expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  ensuring that energy supplies are maintained;
(14)  developing energy conservation programs;
(15)  monitoring the quality of energy products, especially in view of their use;
(16)  keeping registers of conceded rights pertaining to the domain of the State;
(16.1)  overseeing all aspects of forest management in forests in the domain of the State;
(16.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.3)  encouraging the development of private forests;
(16.4)  establishing, in forests in the domain of the State, forest management units and allocating in such units, up to the maximum allowable annual cut, volumes of round timber to supply wood processing plants, taking other available sources of supply into account;
(16.5)  carrying out, in accordance with the Forest Act (chapter F‐4.1), forest management activities;
(16.6)  devising and implementing research and development programs in the fields of forestry and the processing of forest resources;
(16.7)  ensuring the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases and carrying out phytosanitary tests on such resources;
(16.8)  contributing to the development, adaptation and modernization of wood processing plants and other activities using ligneous matter;
(16.9)  encouraging the marketing and sale of forest products;
(16.10)  encouraging the participation of the forestry sector in regional development;
(17)  administering the legislation relating to the cadastre, cartography and land registration and mineral, hydraulic, energy and forest resources;
(17.1)  being in charge of the organization and inspection of the Land Registry Office and the registry offices established for the registration divisions in Québec;
(17.2)  having superintendence over the Land Registrar and the deputy registrars;
(17.3)  )renewing the cadastre, keeping cadastral plans up to date and ensuring the publication of cadastral data;
(17.4)  keeping the land register and ensuring the publication of land rights;
(17.5)  (paragraph repealed);
(17.6)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized goods and services in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraphs 17.3, 17.4 and paragraph 3 of section 12.2;
(17.7)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraph 17.6;
(18)  performing any other function assigned to him by the Government.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33; 1994, c. 13, s. 6; 1995, c. 20, s. 1; 1997, c. 64, s. 18; 1999, c. 40, s. 189; 2000, c. 42, s. 192; 2006, c. 40, s. 8; 2005, c. 10, s. 69.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister shall consist more particularly in
(1)  granting and managing rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources of the domain of the State;
(2)  managing the lands in the domain of the State, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State (chapter T‐8.1) and with Division II.2 of this Act;
(3)  devising and implementing plans and programs for the conservation, enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources;
(4)  setting up laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy and encouraging the setting up of such laboratories;
(5)  constructing and maintaining roads on the lands in the domain of the State;
(6)  encouraging the management, conservation and development of the lands in the domain of the State;
(6.1)  ensuring, in lands in the domain of the State, that development activities, resource development activities and the other activities and uses under the Minister’s responsibility are compatible with the uses set out in the land use plans prepared under Division III of Chapter II of the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  establishing and managing the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec;
(8.1)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy and remote sensing;
(8.2)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  (paragraph repealed);
(10)  ensuring the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  ensuring the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  fostering the expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  ensuring that energy supplies are maintained;
(14)  developing energy conservation programs;
(15)  ensuring the control of the quality of energy products and petroleum equipment and their safe distribution and use;
(16)  keeping registers of conceded rights pertaining to the domain of the State;
(16.1)  overseeing all aspects of forest management in forests in the domain of the State;
(16.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.3)  encouraging the development of private forests;
(16.4)  establishing, in forests in the domain of the State, forest management units and allocating in such units, up to the maximum allowable annual cut, volumes of round timber to supply wood processing plants, taking other available sources of supply into account;
(16.5)  carrying out, in accordance with the Forest Act (chapter F‐4.1), forest management activities;
(16.6)  devising and implementing research and development programs in the fields of forestry and the processing of forest resources;
(16.7)  ensuring the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases and carrying out phytosanitary tests on such resources;
(16.8)  contributing to the development, adaptation and modernization of wood processing plants and other activities using ligneous matter;
(16.9)  encouraging the marketing and sale of forest products;
(16.10)  encouraging the participation of the forestry sector in regional development;
(17)  administering the legislation relating to the cadastre, cartography and land registration and mineral, hydraulic, energy and forest resources;
(17.1)  being in charge of the organization and inspection of the Land Registry Office and the registry offices established for the registration divisions in Québec;
(17.2)  having superintendence over the Land Registrar and the deputy registrars;
(17.3)  )renewing the cadastre, keeping cadastral plans up to date and ensuring the publication of cadastral data;
(17.4)  keeping the land register and ensuring the publication of land rights;
(17.5)  (paragraph repealed);
(17.6)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized goods and services in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraphs 17.3, 17.4 and paragraph 3 of section 12.2;
(17.7)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraph 17.6;
(18)  performing any other function assigned to him by the Government.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33; 1994, c. 13, s. 6; 1995, c. 20, s. 1; 1997, c. 64, s. 18; 1999, c. 40, s. 189; 2000, c. 42, s. 192; 2006, c. 40, s. 8.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister shall consist more particularly in
(1)  granting and managing rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources of the domain of the State;
(2)  managing the lands in the domain of the State, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State (chapter T‐8.1) and with Division II.2 of this Act;
(3)  devising and implementing plans and programs for the conservation, enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources;
(4)  setting up laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy and encouraging the setting up of such laboratories;
(5)  constructing and maintaining roads on the lands in the domain of the State;
(6)  encouraging the management, conservation and development of the lands in the domain of the State;
(6.1)  ensuring, in lands in the domain of the State, that development activities, resource development activities and the other activities and uses under the Minister’s responsibility are compatible with the uses set out in the land use plans prepared under Division III of Chapter II of the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  establishing and managing the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec;
(8.1)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy and remote sensing;
(8.2)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  making a survey of the lands of the domain of the State;
(10)  ensuring the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  ensuring the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  fostering the expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  ensuring that energy supplies are maintained;
(14)  developing energy conservation programs;
(15)  ensuring the control of the quality of energy products and petroleum equipment and their safe distribution and use;
(16)  keeping registers of conceded rights pertaining to the domain of the State;
(16.1)  overseeing all aspects of forest management in forests in the domain of the State;
(16.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.3)  encouraging the development of private forests;
(16.4)  establishing, in forests in the domain of the State, forest management units and allocating in such units, up to the maximum allowable annual cut, volumes of round timber to supply wood processing plants, taking other available sources of supply into account;
(16.5)  carrying out, in accordance with the Forest Act (chapter F‐4.1), forest management activities;
(16.6)  devising and implementing research and development programs in the fields of forestry and the processing of forest resources;
(16.7)  ensuring the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases and carrying out phytosanitary tests on such resources;
(16.8)  contributing to the development, adaptation and modernization of wood processing plants and other activities using ligneous matter;
(16.9)  encouraging the marketing and sale of forest products;
(16.10)  encouraging the participation of the forestry sector in regional development;
(17)  administering the legislation relating to surveying, cadastre, cartography and land registration and mineral, hydraulic, energy and forest resources;
(17.1)  being in charge of the organization and inspection of the Land Registry Office and the registry offices established for the registration divisions in Québec;
(17.2)  having superintendence over the Land Registrar and the deputy registrars;
(17.3)  )renewing the cadastre, keeping cadastral plans up to date and ensuring the publication of cadastral data;
(17.4)  keeping the land register and ensuring the publication of land rights;
(17.5)  preparing a catalogue of State lands, a register of resource development rights and a terrier, and keeping them up to date;
(17.6)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized goods and services in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraphs 17.3 to 17.5;
(17.7)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information in the field of land surveying and in the fields referred to in paragraph 17.6;
(18)  performing any other function assigned to him by the Government.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33; 1994, c. 13, s. 6; 1995, c. 20, s. 1; 1997, c. 64, s. 18; 1999, c. 40, s. 189; 2000, c. 42, s. 192.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister shall consist more particularly in
(1)  granting and managing rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources of the domain of the State;
(2)  managing the lands in the domain of the State, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State (chapter T-8.1) and with Division II.2 of this Act;
(3)  devising and implementing plans and programs for the conservation, enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources;
(4)  setting up laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy and encouraging the setting up of such laboratories;
(5)  constructing and maintaining roads on the lands in the domain of the State;
(6)  encouraging the management, conservation and development of the lands in the domain of the State;
(6.1)  ensuring, in lands in the domain of the State, that development activities, resource development activities and the other activities and uses under the Minister’s responsibility are compatible with the uses set out in the land use plans prepared under Division III of Chapter II of the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  establishing and managing the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec;
(8.1)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy, remote sensing, land surveying and cadastral survey;
(8.2)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  making a survey of the lands of the domain of the State;
(10)  ensuring the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  ensuring the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  fostering the expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  ensuring that energy supplies are maintained;
(14)  developing energy conservation programs;
(15)  ensuring the control of the quality of energy products and petroleum equipment and their safe distribution and use;
(16)  keeping registers of conceded rights pertaining to the domain of the State;
(16.1)  overseeing all aspects of forest management in forests in the domain of the State;
(16.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.3)  encouraging the development of private forests;
(16.4)  establishing, in forests in the domain of the State, forest management units and allocating in such units, up to the maximum allowable annual cut, volumes of round timber to supply wood processing plants, taking other available sources of supply into account;
(16.5)  carrying out, in accordance with the Forest Act (chapter F-4.1), forest management activities;
(16.6)  devising and implementing research and development programs in the fields of forestry and the processing of forest resources;
(16.7)  ensuring the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases and carrying out phytosanitary tests on such resources;
(16.8)  contributing to the development, adaptation and modernization of wood processing plants and other activities using ligneous matter;
(16.9)  encouraging the marketing and sale of forest products;
(16.10)  encouraging the participation of the forestry sector in regional development;
(17)  administering the legislation relating to surveying, cadastre and cartography and mineral, hydraulic, energy and forest resources;
(18)  performing any other function assigned to him by the Government.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33; 1994, c. 13, s. 6; 1995, c. 20, s. 1; 1997, c. 64, s. 18; 1999, c. 40, s. 189.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister shall consist more particularly in
(1)  granting and managing rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources of the public domain;
(2)  managing the lands in the public domain, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the public domain (chapter T-8.1) and with Division II.2 of this Act;
(3)  devising and implementing plans and programs for the conservation, enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources;
(4)  setting up laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy and encouraging the setting up of such laboratories;
(5)  constructing and maintaining roads on the lands in the public domain;
(6)  encouraging the management, conservation and development of the lands in the public domain;
(6.1)  ensuring, in lands in the public domain, that development activities, resource development activities and the other activities and uses under the Minister’s responsibility are compatible with the uses set out in the land use plans prepared under Division III of Chapter II of the Act respecting the lands in the public domain;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  establishing and managing the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec;
(8.1)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy, remote sensing, land surveying and cadastral survey;
(8.2)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  making a survey of the lands of the public domain;
(10)  ensuring the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  ensuring the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  fostering the expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  ensuring that energy supplies are maintained;
(14)  developing energy conservation programs;
(15)  ensuring the control of the quality of energy products and petroleum equipment and their safe distribution and use;
(16)  keeping registers of conceded rights pertaining to the public domain;
(16.1)  overseeing all aspects of forest management in forests in the public domain;
(16.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.3)  encouraging the development of private forests;
(16.4)  establishing, in forests in the public domain, forest management units and allocating in such units, up to the maximum allowable annual cut, volumes of round timber to supply wood processing plants, taking other available sources of supply into account;
(16.5)  carrying out, in accordance with the Forest Act (chapter F-4.1), forest management activities;
(16.6)  devising and implementing research and development programs in the fields of forestry and the processing of forest resources;
(16.7)  ensuring the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases and carrying out phytosanitary tests on such resources;
(16.8)  contributing to the development, adaptation and modernization of wood processing plants and other activities using ligneous matter;
(16.9)  encouraging the marketing and sale of forest products;
(16.10)  encouraging the participation of the forestry sector in regional development;
(17)  administering the legislation relating to surveying, cadastre and cartography and mineral, hydraulic, energy and forest resources;
(18)  performing any other function assigned to him by the Government.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33; 1994, c. 13, s. 6; 1995, c. 20, s. 1; 1997, c. 64, s. 18.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister shall consist more particularly in
(1)  granting and managing rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources of the public domain;
(2)  managing the lands in the public domain, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the public domain (chapter T-8.1) and with Division II.2 of this Act;
(3)  devising and implementing plans and programs for the conservation, enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources;
(4)  setting up laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy and encouraging the setting up of such laboratories;
(5)  constructing and maintaining roads on the lands in the public domain;
(6)  encouraging the management, conservation and development of the lands in the public domain;
(6.1)  ensuring, in lands in the public domain, that development activities, resource development activities and the other activities and uses under the Minister’s responsibility are compatible with the uses set out in the land use plans prepared under Division III of Chapter II of the Act respecting the lands in the public domain;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  establishing and managing the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec;
(8.1)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy, remote sensing, land surveying and cadastral survey;
(8.2)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  making a survey of the lands of the public domain;
(10)  ensuring the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  ensuring the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  fostering the expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  ensuring that energy supplies are maintained;
(14)  developing energy conservation programs;
(15)  ensuring the control of the quality of energy products and their safe distribution;
(16)  keeping registers of conceded rights pertaining to the public domain;
(16.1)  overseeing all aspects of forest management in forests in the public domain;
(16.2)  (paragraph repealed);
(16.3)  encouraging the development of private forests;
(16.4)  establishing, in forests in the public domain, forest management units and allocating in such units, up to the maximum allowable annual cut, volumes of round timber to supply wood processing plants, taking other available sources of supply into account;
(16.5)  carrying out, in accordance with the Forest Act (chapter F-4.1), forest management activities;
(16.6)  devising and implementing research and development programs in the fields of forestry and the processing of forest resources;
(16.7)  ensuring the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases and carrying out phytosanitary tests on such resources;
(16.8)  contributing to the development, adaptation and modernization of wood processing plants and other activities using ligneous matter;
(16.9)  encouraging the marketing and sale of forest products;
(16.10)  encouraging the participation of the forestry sector in regional development;
(17)  administering the legislation relating to surveying, cadastre and cartography and mineral, hydraulic, energy and forest resources;
(18)  performing any other function assigned to him by the Government.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33; 1994, c. 13, s. 6; 1995, c. 20, s. 1.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister shall consist more particularly in
(1)  granting and managing rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources of the public domain;
(2)  managing the lands in the public domain, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the public domain (chapter T-8.1);
(3)  devising and implementing plans and programs for the conservation, enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral, energy and forest resources;
(4)  setting up laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy and encouraging the setting up of such laboratories;
(5)  constructing and maintaining roads on the lands in the public domain;
(6)  encouraging the management, conservation and development of the lands in the public domain;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  establishing and managing the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec;
(8.1)  providing, on request and in return for payment, specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy, remote sensing, land surveying and cadastral survey;
(8.2)  supplying, on request and in return for payment, information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  making a survey of the lands of the public domain;
(10)  ensuring the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  ensuring the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  fostering the expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  ensuring that energy supplies are maintained;
(14)  developing energy conservation programs;
(15)  ensuring the control of the quality of energy products and their safe distribution;
(16)  keeping registers of conceded rights pertaining to the public domain;
(16.1)  overseeing all aspects of forest management in forests in the public domain;
(16.2)  ensuring, in forests in the public domain, the compatibility of forest management activities with the uses provided for in land use plans referred to in Division III of Chapter II of the Act respecting the lands in the public domain;
(16.3)  encouraging the development of private forests;
(16.4)  establishing, in forests in the public domain, forest management units and allocating in such units, up to the maximum allowable annual cut, volumes of round timber to supply wood processing plants, taking other available sources of supply into account;
(16.5)  carrying out, in accordance with the Forest Act (chapter F-4.1), forest management activities;
(16.6)  devising and implementing research and development programs in the fields of forestry and the processing of forest resources;
(16.7)  ensuring the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases and carrying out phytosanitary tests on such resources;
(16.8)  contributing to the development, adaptation and modernization of wood processing plants and other activities using ligneous matter;
(16.9)  encouraging the marketing and sale of forest products;
(16.10)  encouraging the participation of the forestry sector in regional development;
(17)  administering the legislation relating to surveying, cadastre and cartography and mineral, hydraulic, energy and forest resources;
(18)  performing any other function assigned to him by the Government.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33; 1994, c. 13, s. 6.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister include
(1)  the management and granting of rights of ownership and rights of use of hydraulic, mineral and energy resources of the public domain;
(2)  the management of the lands in the public domain, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the public domain (chapter T-8.1);
(3)  the devising and carrying out of plans and programmes for the enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of hydraulic, mineral and energy resources;
(4)  the setting up of laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics and energy;
(5)  the construction and maintenance of roads on the lands in the public domain;
(6)  the development, conservation and improvement of the lands of the public domain;
(7)  (paragraph repealed);
(8)  the establishment and management of the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec and the integration of the surveys and the cartography effected for the Gouvernement du Québec;
(8.1)  the provision, on request and in return for payment, of specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy, remote sensing, land surveying and cadastral survey;
(8.2)  the dissemination, on request and in return for payment, of information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  the survey of the lands of the public domain;
(10)  the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  the accelerated expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  the control of energy supplies;
(14)  the eleboration of energy conservation programmes;
(15)  the control of the quality of energy production and the supervision of the safety of its distribution;
(16)  the keeping of registers of conceded rights pertaining to the public domain;
(17)  the application of the legislation relating to surveying, cadastre and cartography and mineral, hydraulic and energy resources.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1; 1990, c. 64, s. 33.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister include
(1)  the management and granting of rights of ownership and rights of use of forest, hydraulic, mineral and energy resources of the public domain;
(2)  the management of the lands in the public domain, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the public domain (chapter T-8.1);
(3)  the devising and carrying out of plans and programmes for the enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of forest, hydraulic, mineral and energy resources;
(4)  the setting up of laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics, forestry and energy;
(5)  the construction and maintenance of roads on the lands in the public domain;
(6)  the development, conservation and improvement of the forest lands and resources of the public domain;
(7)  the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases on lands of the public domain and, if he deems it advisable in the public interest, on private lands;
(8)  the establishment and management of the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec and the integration of the surveys and the cartography effected for the Gouvernement du Québec;
(8.1)  the provision, on request and in return for payment, of specialized services of aerial photography or filming, cartography, geodesy, remote sensing, land surveying and cadastral survey;
(8.2)  the dissemination, on request and in return for payment, of information related to the fields mentioned in paragraph 8.1;
(9)  the survey of the lands of the public domain;
(10)  the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  the accelerated expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  the control of energy supplies;
(14)  the eleboration of energy conservation programmes;
(15)  the control of the quality of energy production and the supervision of the safety of its distribution;
(16)  the keeping of registers of conceded rights pertaining to the public domain;
(17)  the application of the legislation relating to surveying, cadastre and cartography and forest, mineral, hydraulic and energy resources.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86; 1988, c. 43, s. 1.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister include
(1)  the management and granting of rights of ownership and rights of use of forest, hydraulic, mineral and energy resources of the public domain;
(2)  the management of the lands in the public domain, in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the public domain (chapter T-8.1);
(3)  the devising and carrying out of plans and programmes for the enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of forest, hydraulic, mineral and energy resources;
(4)  the setting up of laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics, forestry and energy;
(5)  the construction and maintenance of roads on the lands in the public domain;
(6)  the development, conservation and improvement of the forest lands and resources of the public domain;
(7)  the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases on lands of the public domain and, if he deems it advisable in the public interest, on private lands;
(8)  the establishment and management of the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec and the integration of the surveys and the cartography effected for the Gouvernement du Québec;
(9)  the survey of the lands of the public domain;
(10)  the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  the accelerated expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  the control of energy supplies;
(14)  the eleboration of energy conservation programmes;
(15)  the control of the quality of energy production and the supervision of the safety of its distribution;
(16)  the keeping of registers of conceded rights pertaining to the public domain;
(17)  the application of the legislation relating to surveying, cadastre and cartography and forest, mineral, hydraulic and energy resources.
1979, c. 81, s. 12; 1987, c. 23, s. 85, s. 86.
12. The functions and powers of the Minister include
(1)  the management and granting of rights of ownership and rights of use of forest, hydraulic, mineral and energy resources of the public domain;
(2)  the management and granting of rights of ownership and rights of use of lands of the public domain, subject to the powers that may be conferred on another minister, to such extent as may be provided by an act or by government order;
(3)  the devising and carrying out of plans and programmes for the enhancement, development and transformation in Québec of forest, hydraulic, mineral and energy resources;
(4)  the setting up of laboratories for research in mineralogy, metallurgy, hydraulics, forestry and energy;
(5)  the construction and maintenance of logging roads;
(6)  the development, conservation and improvement of the forest lands and resources of the public domain;
(7)  the protection of forest resources against fire, epidemics and diseases on lands of the public domain and, if he deems it advisable in the public interest, on private lands;
(8)  the establishment and management of the official cartography and geodesic network of Québec and the integration of the surveys and the cartography effected for the Gouvernement du Québec;
(9)  the survey of the lands of the public domain;
(10)  the maintenance and respect of the territorial integrity of Québec;
(11)  the control of the development of all hydraulic resources conceded;
(12)  the accelerated expansion of Hydro-Québec, particularly by securing for it the development of the hydraulic power available;
(13)  the control of energy supplies;
(14)  the eleboration of energy conservation programmes;
(15)  the control of the quality of energy production and the supervision of the safety of its distribution;
(16)  the keeping of registers of conceded rights pertaining to the public domain;
(17)  the application of the legislation relating to surveying, cadastre and cartography and forest, mineral, hydraulic and energy resources.
1979, c. 81, s. 12.