Mackenzie Valley Land Use Regulations
26 (1) The Board may include in a permit conditions respecting
(a) the location and area of lands that may be used in the land-use operation;
(b) the times at which any portion of a land-use operation may be carried on;
(c) the type and size of equipment that may be used in the land-use operation;
(d) methods and techniques to be employed by the permittee in carrying out the land-use operation;
(e) the type, location, capacity and operation of all facilities to be used by the permittee in the land-use operation;
(f) methods to be used to control or prevent ponding of water, flooding, erosion, slides and the subsidence of land;
(g) the use, storage, handling and ultimate disposal of any chemical or toxic material to be used in the land-use operation;
(h) protection of wildlife habitat and fish habitat;
(i) the storage, handling and disposal of refuse or sewage;
(j) protection of historical or archaeological sites and burial sites;
(k) protection of objects and places of recreational, scenic or ecological value;
(l) the posting of security in accordance with section 32;
(m) the establishment of petroleum fuel storage facilities;
(n) methods and techniques for debris and brush disposal;
(o) restoration of the lands;
(p) the display of permits and permit numbers; and
(q) any other matter in respect of the protection of the biological or physical characteristics of the lands.
(2) Subject to subsections (4) and (5), the Board may amend any of the conditions of a permit on receipt of a written request from the permittee setting out
(a) the conditions that the permittee wishes to have amended;
(b) the nature of the proposed amendment; and
(c) the reasons for the proposed amendment.
(3) Where the Board receives a request from a permittee pursuant to subsection (2), it shall notify the permittee of its decision, and of the reasons therefor, within 10 days after receipt of the request.
(4) Where a land use requested in a proposed amendment is not within the scope of the land use for which the permit was issued, the Board shall treat the request as an application for a new permit in accordance with sections 22 or 23.
(5) Subject to subsection (6), every permit shall set out the term for which it is valid, which term shall be based on the estimated dates of commencement and completion set out by the permittee in the permit application, but the term of a permit shall not exceed five years.
(6) On receipt of a written request from a permittee, prior to the expiration of the permit, for an extension of the term of the permit, the Board may extend the term of the permit for an additional period not exceeding two years, subject to any conditions referred to in subsection (1).
(7) Where a permit requires that the permittee hold a valid interest in land, the landowner shall notify the Board prior to the cancellation or expiration of that interest.
(8) Where an interest referred to in subsection (7) is cancelled or expires, the Board may cancel the permit.
- SOR/2013-166, s. 15
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