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The present Code is made under the Environmental Management Act and the Waste Discharge Regulation. In particular, the Code provides for the protection of land and water. Section 2 establishes that this Code applies to a person who conducts a wood processing industry and who operates, or proposes to operate, a landfill facility solely for the disposal of waste incidental to the wood processing operations.
The present Regulations is made under section 11 on power to make regulations of the Musqueam Reconciliation, Settlement and Benefits Agreement Implementation Act. Section 3 lists the Corporations for the purpose of the different sections of the Act. The text consists of 4 sections as follows: Definition (1); Effective date (2); Vested lands (3); Charge (4).
Implements: Musqueam Reconciliation, Settlement and Benefits Agreement Implementation Act ([SBC 2008] Chapter 6). (2008-03-31)
The present Act provides for the Reconciliation, Settlement and Benefits Agreement between the Province and the Musqueam Indian Band. Furthermore, the Act vests ownership of some parcels of land from Pacific Spirit Regional Park to the Musqueam and addresses a number of other features, such as land-use terms, covenants, and zoning to allow for residential multi-family development on one of the parcels.
The present Act provides for the self-government of the Mcleod Lake Indian Band. For the purpose of the present Act “MLIB Agreement" means the McLeod Lake Indian Band Treaty No.
The aim of this Act is to protect "agricultural land reserves", as established under the Agricultural Land Commission Act. It is based upon a basic prohibition to either remove soil or bring any material onto agricultural land reserves, unless accompanied by a local authority permit, or by the written approval of the Provincial Agricultural Land Commission (sect. 2). The remaining sections deal with application fees (sect. 4); permits (sect. 5); suspension and cancellation of permits (sect. 6); enforcement (sects. 8 and 9); offences (sect. 10); regulations (sect. 11).