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Aggregate Resources Act
FEES

AGGREGATE RESOURCES ACT FEES (as determined by the Minister of Natural Resources)

Class A Licence application $200

Class B Licence application $100

Aggregate Permit application $100

Application to Transfer – Class A licence $200 – Class B licence $100 – aggregate permit $100

Approval of Site Plan Amendment (under subsection 16 (2) of the Act); only major amendments as defined as those where municipal notice is served under clause 16 (5) (b) of the Act (or equivalent type of amendment in unorganized territory)

– Class A licence $200 – Class B licence $100

FEES (as defined by Regulation under the Aggregate Resources Act)

Annual Fees – for Class A licence, the greater of 6 cents per tonne or $200 – for Class B licence, the greater of 6 cents per tonne or $100 – for aggregate permits, $100

Wayside Permit issuance – the greater of 6 cents per tonne or $100

ROYALTY PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS

Aggregate permittees are instructed to make their final normal royalty payments to MNR up to and including the month of June. For example, an aggregate permit return should be completed and sent to MNR for the month of June along with payment on or before July 10, 1997.

For the last half of 1997, a trustee as provided for in the amended Aggregate Resources Act, called the Aggregate Resources Corporation, will ask that one aggregate permit return for the six month period, July 1 – December 31, 1997 be completed and sent to them by January 31, 1998 and that payment be made on or before March 15, 1998.

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Sturgeon Falls, ON POH 2BO
(705) 753-2387
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