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Ministry of Energy Mines and Responsible for Core Review

The Ministry of Energy and Mines is responsible for the following Statutes:

  1. BC Hydro Public Power Legacy and Heritage Contract Act
  2. Clean Energy Act (The Act except Part 6 and s. 38; s. 36 (2))*
  3. Coal Act
  4. Columbia Basin Trust Act
  5. Energy Efficiency Act
  6. Geothermal Resources Act
  7. Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Renewable and Low Carbon Fuel Requirements) Act
  8. Hydro and Power Authority Act
  9. Hydro Power Measures Act
  10. Mineral Land Tax Act (The Act except as it relates to (a) the collection of public money, as defined in section 1 of the Financial Administration Act, other than a fine, or (b) the administration of deposits and securities payable)*
  11. Mineral Tax Act (The Act except as it relates to (a) the collection of public money, as defined in section 1 of the Financial Administration Act, other than a fine, or (b) the administration of deposits and securities payable)*
  12. Mineral Tenure Act
  13. Mines Act
  14. Mining Right of Way Act
  15. Ministry of Energy and Mines Act (except ss. 3, 5 (a), (b) and (c), 7 – 8.5, 9 – 13.1, 23 and 24 as those provisions relate to the portfolio of the Minister of Natural Gas Development and Minister Responsible for Housing and Deputy Premier.)
  16. Power for Jobs Development Act
  17. Special Accounts Appropriation and Control Act,  (s. 9.5)

To view these statutes and their regulations, visit: http://www.bclaws.ca/
 
The Ministry is also responsible for the following Private, Special and Local Statutes:

  1. Fort Nelson Indian Reserve Minerals Revenue Sharing Act (as it relates to minerals and coal)
  2. Indian Reserve Mineral Resource Act
  3. West Kootenay Power and Light Company, Limited Act, 1897

Notes: *
2. The Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation is responsible for Part 6 and s. 38; s. 36( 2)
10. The Minister of Finance is responsible for the provisions of the Act as it relates to (a) the collection of public money, as defined in section 1 of the Financial Administration Act, other than a fine, or (b) the administration of deposits and securities payable
11. The Minister of Finance is responsible for the provisions of the Act as it relates to (a) the collection of public money, as defined in section 1 of the Financial Administration Act, other than a fine, or (b) the administration of deposits and securities payable

 

Updated: January 2014