40 Where by law or by any deed, lease or agreement relating to any public lands any notice is required to be given, or any act to be done, by or on behalf of the Crown, the notice may be given and the act may be done by the Minister or the Deputy Minister of Natural Resources or by a person acting under the authority of either of them. R.S.O. 1990” and its Regulations. 1990, c. P.43, s. 23 (1). 21 The Minister may grant easements in or over public lands for any purpose. I, s. 52.

R.S.O. 2012, c. 8, Sched. 18 (1) Letters patent for land sold or leased under this Act may contain a condition that the land is to be used in a particular manner or a condition that the land is not to be used in a particular manner and every such condition shall be deemed to be annexed to the land. 2002, c. 18, Sched. N, s. 4. 2. R.S.O. (3) A reservation of all timber and trees or any class or kind of tree contained in letters patent dated on or before the 1st day of April, 1869 and granting public lands disposed of under this or any other Act is void. 2017, c. 2, Sched. 72 The Minister may design, construct, renovate, service, maintain, repair, furnish, equip, manage, administer, operate and decommission dams. 2002, c. 18, Sched. 1990, c. P.43, s. 26 (1). (2) Every patent, lease or licence of occupation issued under this Act shall reserve to the Crown such percentage, if any, of the surface rights of the land as the Minister considers necessary for road purposes. R.S.O. 1996, c. 1, Sched.

Erecting or placing on the public lands a building, structure or thing that is of a type or class prescribed by regulation or that meets the specifications prescribed by regulation. 2016, c. 8, Sched. (a) to cease the activity that has caused or is causing the prescribed type of damage; (b) to take action, within such time as may be specified in the order, to rehabilitate the lands and repair any damage to property of the Crown. (5) Where an altering and amending plan has been registered in a land registry office for a land titles division, the registers for the parcels affected shall be amended accordingly. R.S.O. (7) The sheriff, bailiff or other person executing the order or warrant may take along all necessary assistance and has the right to demand such assistance in the same manner as a constable or other peace officer in the execution of his or her duty. 5, s. 4.

39 (1) No person holding an office in or under the Ministry and no person employed in or under the Ministry shall, directly or indirectly, purchase any right, title or interest in any public lands either in the person’s own name or by the interposition of any other person or in the name of any other person in trust for the person without the approval of the Lieutenant Governor in Council. 2010, c. 18, s. 25 (2). 1990, c. P.43, s. 24 (2); 2001, c. 9, Sched. 2019, c. 14, Sched. 2019, c. 14, Sched. 16 Where the sale or lease of any public lands is not otherwise provided for in this or any other Act or the regulations, the Minister may direct the sale or lease of any such public lands at such price or rental and upon such terms and conditions as the Minister considers proper. 41 Repealed:  1998, c. 18, Sched. (2) Where public lands have been disposed of by the Crown under this or any other Act and an interest or right has been reserved to the Crown, the reservation, other than a reservation under subsection 62 (1), may be released by an order signed by the Minister, at the price and on the conditions that the Minister considers proper. (b) the land described in the certificate may be granted, sold, leased or otherwise dealt with in the same manner as other public lands. (b) otherwise obstruct an officer who is acting under this Act. 67 In all sales, free grant locations, leases, licences of occupation, mining claims and other dispositions of public lands, or mining lands or mining rights, the Minister may reserve from sale any water power or privilege, and such area of land in connection therewith as the Minister considers necessary for the erection of buildings and plant and the development and utilization of the power, together with the right to lay out and use such roads as may be necessary for passage to and from such water power or privilege and land. 1990, c. P.43, s. 61 (2). (4) Upon registration of a certificate under subsection (3), (a) the Land Titles Act or the Registry Act, as the case may be, ceases to apply to the land described in the certificate and the land registrar shall note that fact in the appropriate register or abstract index; and. (4) No action or other proceeding shall be instituted against the Crown, the Minister, or any official or employee of the Ministry for any act or omission of a person or body to whom powers are delegated under subsection (3) or of an employee or agent of the delegate. (2) Any powers referred to in subsection (1) may be exercised immediately despite any provision of the Expropriations Act and without the filing of a plan and the owner of the land is entitled to compensation in the manner provided in that Act. It sets out mechanisms by which rights in public land may be transferred by lease or sale. R.S.O. 10, s. 4 (10). (4) An altering and amending plan, when confirmed by the Minister pursuant to subsection (3), shall be registered in the proper land registry office, whereupon the boundaries of the lots or blocks shown thereon shall be deemed to be the true boundaries of such lots or blocks. (2) Where land has been or is being used in violation of a condition in the letters patent, the Minister may apply to a judge of the Superior Court of Justice for an order forfeiting the land to the Crown and for possession of the land, and the judge, upon proof to his or her satisfaction that the land has been or is being used in violation of the condition, shall make an order declaring that, upon registration of the order under subsection (4), the land is forfeit to the Crown and requiring any person in possession of the land to deliver up possession of the land to the Minister or to any person authorized by the Minister to receive possession of it. 1996, c. 1, Sched. 23 (1) If the Minister is satisfied that a purchaser, locatee or lessee of public lands, or any person claiming under or through a purchaser, locatee or lessee of public lands, has been guilty of fraud or imposition, or has violated any of the conditions of sale, location or lease, or of the licence of occupation, the Minister may cancel such sale, location, lease or licence, and resume the land and dispose of it as if the same had never been made, and upon such cancellation all money paid in respect of such sale, location or lease remain the property of the Crown and the improvements, if any, on the land are forfeited to the Crown. (2) The Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations defining types of damage for the purposes of subsection (1). 1990, c. P.43, s. 23 (2). (2) Corrected letters patent heretofore or hereafter issued shall. Sale, etc., of public lands not otherwise provided for.

(c) a hand signal to stop, in the case of a vehicle or boat. 1990, c. P.43, s. 4. or the regulations made thereunder for any vehicle used in such travel. 2. They Are a Protected Species - AllWildLife.ca. 5 (1) The Minister may appoint such officers to carry out and enforce this Act and the regulations as the Minister considers necessary. R.S.O. (a) prohibiting or regulating and controlling the sale or lease of public lands for any specified purpose or use, other than agricultural purposes, and fixing the prices or rentals and the terms and conditions of sale or lease; (b) fixing the periods for which the Minister may extend the time for performance of a term or condition of a sale or lease under subsection 23 (2) and prescribing the fee therefor. R.S.O. 1990, c. P.43, s. 18 (3). (a) prescribing the fee for any type of authority to use or enter upon public lands and facilities; (b) prohibiting or regulating the use or occupation of or the kinds of activities carried on upon public lands; (c) governing delegations made under subsection 2 (3), including prescribing the powers under this Act that may be delegated, prescribing the person or body to whom powers may be delegated and prescribing limitations that apply to the delegations. R.S.O. (3) If a person is found guilty of an offence for contravening subsection (1), the court may, in addition to imposing a fine under section 70.3, order the person. R.S.O. (2) Subject to subsection (4), an officer appointed under subsection (1) and any person accompanying that officer and acting under the officer’s instructions may, at all reasonable times and upon producing proper identification, enter and inspect any private land for the purposes of this Act.

R.S.O. Reservation of water power on public lands. 15, s. 58. The date specified by the Minister in a notice given to the person under subsection (8). 5, s. 6.

9 (1) Where an application to purchase public lands that are open for sale but are not surveyed is received, the Surveyor General may require the applicant to have a survey made and to bear the cost thereof, or may fix the survey fee to be paid by the applicant, and upon payment of the survey fee the Surveyor General shall cause the lands to be surveyed.