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Timber lands and water powers of Quebec

R. O. Sweezey

Timber lands and water powers of Quebec

in relation to pulp & paper industry.

by R. O. Sweezey

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Published by Atlas Press in Montreal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paper mills -- Québec (Province),
  • Forests and forestry -- Québec (Province),
  • Water-power -- Québec (Province),
  • Pulp mills -- Québec (Province)

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination30p. :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18626533M

      Timberland investment management organizations (TIMOs), who manage timber assets on behalf of institutional investors and large private investors, hold six slots; these six TIMOs manage million acres, or 58% of the million acres managed by the top 10 firms. Access to free data (in French only) Consult this website to obtain products and data on forests, wildlife and parks. Interactive map Forêt ouverte (in French only). The interactive map Forêt ouverte allows you to view, query and create custom maps based on Québec’s ecoforest data.. Gestion des transmissions de rapports d’activité technique et financier (in French only).

    The British Columbia Inter-agency Non-timber Forest Resources (IANTFR) Committee was estab-lished in January to facilitate a co-ordinated approach to non-timber forest resource management in the province. The Ministry of Forests and Range and Ministry of Agriculture and Lands co-chair the IANTFR Committee. Other government partners. Chapter F is replaced by the Sustainable Forest Development Act (chapter A). (, c. 3, s. ). However, secti 28, , and , the first paragraph of section , the first and second paragraphs of section and the first paragraph of sections and of the Forest Act remain in force until the Regulation respecting standards of forest .

    The Timber Supply Review (TSR) program began in to regularly update timber supply1 in each timber supply area (TSA)2 and tree farm licence (TFL)3 throughout the province. By law, in British Columbia (BC), allowable annual cuts (AACs)4 for TSAs and TFLs must be determined at least once every10 years. The Constitution Act of gives Parliament authority over "Indians and lands reserved for the Indians." The Indian Act, in place since , was passed by Parliament under this authority and sets out the land management responsibilities of the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development for much of the reserve lands in Canada.


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Construction, etc.) to management companies or timber supply guarantee holders that have obtained the necessary certification. It is also responsible for allocating forestry rights, mainly in the form of timber supply guarantees for wood processing plants and for selling timber File Size: KB.

This category is made up of large forests owned by forest companies, notably in the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia. The rest of the private ownership category includes small family-owned forests and woodlots. One-tenth of the timber harvested in Canada comes from private lands.

In he was given an interest in the business, which was afterward incorporated as the Bronson-Weston Lumber Company. The cut for twenty years avera, feet of lumber annually and one season it amounted to 85, The mill went out of operation inbut the company still owns large areas of timber lands.

In the United States, “industrial” timberlands, or privately owned acres managed to maximize wood volume and cash flows, Timber lands and water powers of Quebec book 9% to 14% of all U.S.

forests. In Canada, only 7% of all forest area is privately owned, and a fraction of this would qualify as investable timberlands for institutional and timber REIT investors. An investment in Canada’s timber industry is easy enough. There are many different properties to choose from.

You can invest in large or smaller parcels of property. Canada is one of the Top 10 Countries when it comes to the production of timber and related products. In order of production: The United States, India, China, Brazil, Canada, Russia, Indonesia. L’Encyclopédie de l’histoire du Québec / The Quebec History Encyclopedia.

For many years, these subsidies, combined with revenues from the sale of crown lands, timber dues, mining royalties, leases of water powers, etc.

sufficed to meet the. Our lands and operations TimberWest owns private forest land and Crown harvest rights on Vancouver Island and Coastal BC. Our timberland management includes sustainable forest management practices, carbon reduction initiatives, timber inventory, strategic silviculture investments, harvest planning and the marketing and sales of timber products.

Quebec Geography. As Canada's largest province, Quebec is over twice the size of the U.S. State of Texas. Most of Quebec is covered by the Canadian Shield, a rocky, but generally level landscape of plains and plateaus, covered by large areas of coniferous (evergreen) forests, all crisscrossed by hundreds of rivers and countless thousands of lakes.

First Nations Right to Timber with respect to the Management of Lands for Hunting, Fishing & Livelihood, and Housing: Case Law Summary by P. Dawn Mills, PhD Native Law, History & Anthropology For The National Aboriginal Forestry Association NAFA acknowledges the support of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) which enabled this research.

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Timber: History of the Forest Industry in British Columbia. Small logging companies began to cut down trees close to the water and sawmills were established along the coast to cut the timber for export. The Hudson's Bay Company built the first sawmill in BC at Victoria in Other mills were built at Nanaimo and Alberni.

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The U.S. Geological Survey's NAWQA studies (Rosen and Lapham, ) comparing water quality across land uses have repeatedly shown that forest lands provide the highest quality stream water (e.g.

Frick et al., ).Much of urbanized America depends on forested watersheds to provide stable supplies of high quality water. The appellants are seven members of a partnership of eight persons, formed in British Columbia on the 12th May,to carry on the business of general loggers under the name of the Toba River Logging Company, which performed in part a contract, entered into about the same date with the first respondent, the Canada Timber and Lands, Limited.

by Will Koop. The protection of drinking water sources is an ancient wisdom of the Commons practiced throughout the world. A report to the Albany Institute on June 4, by New York state senior librarian Henry Home, described how the city of Constantinople’s drinking watershed, located along the ridges of the Balkan Range, with its ancient chestnut and oak forests, had.

Demand for water is increasing fast. It estimated that the growing human population will require more food, which will translate into doubling demand for water for agriculture from the current level of 7, km 3 to 12, to 13, km3 in Additionally, water availability is expected to be less reliable in arid and semi-arid areas.

1 J.-C. Langelier, List of Lands Granted by the Crown in the Province of Quebec from to 31st DecemberQuébec, Charles-François Langlois, Printer to Her Most Excellent Majesty The Queen,pages 2 Louis Taché and al, Le Nord de l’Outaouais, Ottawa, Le Droit,page 3 J.

C. Langelier,page 7 and Yvanhoé Caron, La colonisation de la .The Resource Manager (e.g., fisheries, wildlife, timber, range, water, etc.) is responsible for managing the resource, and provides recommendations to the Land Manager based on technical and scientific information.

LAND MANAGER The Land Manager is responsible for managing public lands, which includes integrating all.Water Law in Canada: The Atlantic Provinces Expansion économique régionale Regional Economic Expansion: Authors: Gerard V. La Forest, Canada. Department of Regional Economic Expansion: Publisher: Information Canada, Original from: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Digitized: 27 Apr Length: pages: Export Citation.