81. The report on stripping and excavation work shall present the objective of the work carried out and include the following information:
(1) the references to the geological and analytical data already available;
(2) the observed or measured geological data;
(3) the correlation between the information already available and that from the work carried out, as well as the interpretations, estimates, conclusions and recommendations resulting therefrom;
(4) where applicable, the sampling methods used, the methods for verifying their representativeness and the results of the verifications;
(5) where applicable, the analytical results, the verification procedures for the analyses and the results of the verifications.
The report on stripping and excavation work shall also include, as schedules, the plans and maps established to a scale that makes it possible to locate the work and identify the geological information.
The report shall be signed by a qualified professional under whose supervision the stripping and excavation work was carried out where the amount spent for all the work, declared and reported during a given term, exceeds $5,000 per mining right, and shall include the work declaration form, duly completed, supplied by the Minister. Where the amount spent for all the work does not exceed $5,000 per mining right, the report may be presented on the form entitled “Simplified mining work report”.
The amount of the stripping and excavation work shall be calculated regardless of the fact that it may have been carried out as prospecting work.