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

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17.1.3. The departments, bodies and identified energy distributors must submit to the Minister, within the time specified by the Minister, the programs and measures they propose to make available to their clients for a five-year period to make it possible to achieve the targets.
The programs and measures submitted must contain a description of the actions to be carried out, and the budgetary estimates, method of financing and time frame for carrying them out.
The Minister may, in order to ensure consistency among the programs and measures or if he considers that they will not make it possible to meet the policy directions, general objectives and targets, request that a department, body or identified energy distributor make the necessary changes to the programs or measures for which it is responsible, except those approved under section 85.41 of the Act respecting the Régie de l’énergie (chapter R-6.01).
2005, c. 19, s. 2; 2007, c. 39, s. 36; 2010, c. 3, s. 312; 2020, c. 192020, c. 19, s. 47.
17.1.3. (Repealed).
2005, c. 19, s. 2; 2007, c. 39, s. 36; 2010, c. 3, s. 312.
17.1.3. The power provided for in section 35.4 of the Forest Act (chapter F-4.1) to determine annual allowable cuts by species or group of species is exercised by the chief forester.
Such power is exercised every five years, in accordance with the first paragraph of section 35.16 of the Forest Act and, in the cases referred to in the second paragraph of that section, whenever the Minister decides, in accordance with that section, to revise the annual allowable cuts.
The chief forester shall make public the annual allowable cuts and the reasons for determining or revising them.
2005, c. 19, s. 2; 2007, c. 39, s. 36.
17.1.3. The power provided for in section 35.4 of the Forest Act (chapter F‐4.1) to determine annual allowable cuts by species or group of species is exercised by the chief forester.
The chief forester shall make public the annual allowable cuts and the reasons for them.
2005, c. 19, s. 2.