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Federal mineral policies, 1945 to 1975: a survey of federal activities that affected the Canadian mineral industry

Abstract

Direct participation and assistance by the government in the mineral industry are discussed. Assistance took the form of grants and subsidies, provision of support services, and provision of transportation and infrastructure facilities. Taxation and tax reform are considered. Regulation of the mineral industry was found to include both direct regulation, such as the Canadian Mining regulations, and indirect regulation, in areas such as manpower, environmental control, transportation and foreign ownership. (67 refs.)
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Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1979
Product Type:
Book
Reference Number:
EDB-80-077415
Resource Relation:
Related Information: Working Paper No. 8
Subject:
29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; 01 COAL, LIGNITE, AND PEAT; CANADA; COAL INDUSTRY; FEDERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS; GOVERNMENT POLICIES; MINERAL INDUSTRY; FINANCING; REGULATIONS; TAXES; TRADE; TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS; INDUSTRY; NORTH AMERICA; 293000* - Energy Planning & Policy- Policy, Legislation, & Regulation; 294001 - Energy Planning & Policy- Coal; 017000 - Coal, Lignite, & Peat- Legislation & Regulations
OSTI ID:
5301576
Country of Origin:
Canada
Language:
English
Submitting Site:
CLA
Size:
Pages: 85
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Citation Formats

Wojciechowski, M. Federal mineral policies, 1945 to 1975: a survey of federal activities that affected the Canadian mineral industry. Canada: N. p., 1979. Web.
Wojciechowski, M. Federal mineral policies, 1945 to 1975: a survey of federal activities that affected the Canadian mineral industry. Canada.
Wojciechowski, M. 1979. "Federal mineral policies, 1945 to 1975: a survey of federal activities that affected the Canadian mineral industry." Canada.
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abstractNote = {Direct participation and assistance by the government in the mineral industry are discussed. Assistance took the form of grants and subsidies, provision of support services, and provision of transportation and infrastructure facilities. Taxation and tax reform are considered. Regulation of the mineral industry was found to include both direct regulation, such as the Canadian Mining regulations, and indirect regulation, in areas such as manpower, environmental control, transportation and foreign ownership. (67 refs.)}
place = {Canada}
year = {1979}
month = {Jan}
}