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Report of the Commissioner of Crown Lands of the Province of Ontario

Ontario. Dept. of Crown Lands

Report of the Commissioner of Crown Lands of the Province of Ontario

by Ontario. Dept. of Crown Lands

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Published by Hunter, Rose & Co. in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public lands,
  • Periodicals

  • Edition Notes

    Imprint varies.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD319.O5 A3, HD319.A1 O59
    The Physical Object
    Pagination v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25489299M

    The former became the Province of Ontario and the latter the Province of Quebec. By the terms of the British North America Act, under which the Dominion of Canada was constituted, the control of public lands and forests was relegated to the several provinces. first Commissioner of Crown Lands for Ontario, rather patted himself on the back. Office of the Fairness Commissioner; Office of the Independent Police Review Director; Office of the Worker Adviser; Ontario Arts Council; Ontario Capital Growth Corporation; Ontario Clean Water Agency; Ontario Creates; Ontario Educational Communications Authority (TVO) Ontario Electricity Financial Corporation; Ontario Energy Board.

    Notice for Crown Reserve Licence holders: The deadline to purchase your licence has been extended to Because of concerns surrounding COVID, the Government of New Brunswick is offering essential services only. Therefore, all offices of the Department of Natural Resources and Energy Development are closed until further notice. INFO-GO | Government of Ontario Employee and Organization.

    In , the Management of Indian Lands and Property Act. 2. de-clared the Commissioner of Crown Lands to be the Chief Superinten-dent of Indian Affairs. The Commissioner was empowered to dispose. 8. Sir George Murray, Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, declared in that:Cited by: Schedule of Indian reserves in the Province of British Columbia (Ditchburn-Clark report). See GR and GR [B]. Some useful texts dealing with land and treaty issues Cail, Robert E. Land, man, and the law: the disposal of Crown lands in British Columbia, Vancouver: UBC Press, NW C


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