M-13.1, r. 2 - Regulation respecting mineral substances other than petroleum, natural gas and brine

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59. The report of extraction and alienation of surface mineral substances referred to in section 155 of the Act shall be sent to the Minister 4 times a year not later than on the following dates:
(1)  15 July for the report covering the term of 1 April to 30 June;
(2)  15 October for the report covering the term of 1 July to 30 September;
(3)  15 January for the report covering the term of 1 October to 31 December; and
(4)  15 April for the report covering the term of 1 January to 31 March.
Despite the foregoing, the Minister may, in accordance with the second paragraph of section 155 of the Act, allow that a single annual report be sent to the Minister on the date fixed by the Minister
(1)  where the holder of a lease to mine surface mineral substances, the operator or the person referred to in section 223.1 of the Act is, under the third paragraph of section 155 of the Act, exempt from payment of the royalty;
(2)  where the holder of a lease to mine surface mineral substances holds an outfitter’s licence under the Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife (chapter C-61.1) and uses the surface mineral substances for the development and maintenance of the outfitting operation.
He may also, in accordance with the second paragraph of section 155 of the Act, require that a report be sent to him on the date he fixes on a monthly basis, where the holder of the non-exclusive lease to mine surface mineral substances, the operator or the person referred to in section 223.1 of the Act has already, in the past, been in one of the following situations:
(1)  he operated or extracted surface mineral substances without having entered into a lease to mine surface mineral substances with the Minister or having obtained from him an authorization to extract such substances, except in the cases otherwise allowed under the Act;
(2)  he failed to perform one of the obligations referred to in section 155 of the Act which he was required to comply with in respect of a lease to mine surface mineral substances or referred to in the second paragraph of section 140 of the Act which he was required to comply with in respect of an authorization to extract such substances.
O.C. 1042-2000, s. 59; O.C. 1065-2015, s. 28.
59. The report of extraction and alienation of surface mineral substances referred to in section 155 of the Act shall be sent to the Minister 4 times a year not later than on the following dates:
(1)  15 July for the report covering the term of 1 April to 30 June;
(2)  15 October for the report covering the term of 1 July to 30 September;
(3)  15 January for the report covering the term of 1 October to 31 December; and
(4)  15 April for the report covering the term of 1 January to 31 March.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Minister may, in accordance with the second paragraph of section 155 of the Act, allow that a single report be sent to him on the date he fixes on an annual basis, where the holder of a lease to mine surface mineral substances, the operator or the person referred to in section 223.1 of the Act is, under the third paragraph of section 155 of the Act, exempt from payment of such royalty.
He may also, in accordance with the second paragraph of section 155 of the Act, require that a report be sent to him on the date he fixes on a monthly basis, where the holder of the non-exclusive lease to mine surface mineral substances, the operator or the person referred to in section 223.1 of the Act has already, in the past, been in one of the following situations:
(1)  he operated or extracted surface mineral substances without having entered into a lease to mine surface mineral substances with the Minister or having obtained from him an authorization to extract such substances, except in the cases otherwise allowed under the Act;
(2)  he failed to perform one of the obligations referred to in section 155 of the Act which he was required to comply with in respect of a lease to mine surface mineral substances or referred to in the second paragraph of section 140 of the Act which he was required to comply with in respect of an authorization to extract such substances.
O.C. 1042-2000, s. 59.