Personal information if any, collected on this form is obtained under the authority of sections 52 and 178.2 (1) of the Mining Act. This information will be used for the purposes of processing report and to communicate with the named Contact Person in that regard. Any information on this form is subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA), RSO 1990. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Mineral Exploration and Development, Ministry of Mines, 933 Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury, Ontario, P3E 6B5. Telephone 705-465-0879.
The Ontario Junior Exploration Program (OJEP) is an initiative of the Ontario government that will help attract investment in early exploration, expand the pipeline of mineral development projects, including critical minerals, and lead to more mines and jobs in Ontario.
This form is used by surface rights holder(s) to make the withdrawn mining rights available for claim registration.
This form is used by surface rights holder(s) to withdraw mining rights from claim registration.
When the holder of a mining lease, mining licence of occupation or patented mining lands needs other surface rights for the purpose of mining, such as infrastructure buildings or tailings ponds, the client must submit this application form.
This form is used by holders of mining claims when they apply to change the status of their mining claim(s) to a mining lease.
This guide provides information and detailed on completing an application for Advanced Exploration and Development support funding.
This guide provides information and detailed on completing an application for Education and Relationship Building funding.
This guide provides information and detailed on completing an application for early exploration support funding.
This guide provides information and detailed on completing an application for Values Mapping and Related Projects funding.
This guide provides information and details on completing an application for a Mineral Development Advisor position.
This form is used by clients if they need to apply for an extension of time to perform and/ or file the required amount of assessment work on their mining claim(s).
The holder of a mining lease uses this form when they want to convert 2 or more leases into one lease or convert one lease into 2 or more leases.
A client must submit this form is they want to dispute the staking of someone else's mining claim. This form can only be used within one year of the recording of that mining claim.
If the owner of surface rights considers that a mining claim holder, of the same land, damaged the owners surface rights and is refusing to compensate the surface rights owner, then that owner can send this form to the Mining and Lands Commissioner.