Natural Resources Transfer Agreement

(a) all lands for which crown grants have been granted and registered under the province`s Land Titles Act and to which His Majesty, the rightful king of his Dominion of Canada, is or is entitled to become a registered owner on the effective date of this agreement; or 23 Canada, after this agreement comes into force, will occasionally provide the province, at the request of the province, with original or complete copies of all records in a Canadian government department dealing exclusively with the Crown, mines and minerals and the resulting royalties within the province , and will allow the province to have access to all other records. , documents or entries related to these transactions and allow the province to be copied all the documents it needs to effectively manage crown countries, mines, minerals and royalties. 14 The parks mentioned in the calendar are renewed as national parks and the areas they contain, as this is described in the decisions to extend the aforementioned timetable (with the exception of the areas that can be excluded below), as well as the mines and minerals (noble and basic) in each of these parks and the fees thus set, are still managed and managed by the Government of Canada as national parks. , but in the event that the Canadian Parliament declares at any time that these lands or part of these lands are no longer necessary for parking purposes, the lands, mines, minerals (nobility and basis) and the royalties thus cited. , is immediately up to its replacement of the province and the provisions of paragraph 3 of this agreement apply from the date of this statement. 5 The province will also be bound to land or land interests to which the Hudson`s Bay Company is entitled and will comply with the terms of the company`s surrender of the deed to the Crown in the agreement amended by the Dominion Lands Act and the December 23 agreement. , 1924, between Her Majesty and the aforementioned society, the agreement in question was approved by a decision of the Council of 19 December 1924 (P.C 2158), and in particular the province will grant the company all the land in the province that the company can choose and can be made available to the company on the lists of land that the Minister of the Interior has made available to the company under and under the december 23 arrangement. , 1924, and will release and discharge the reservation contained in the patents within the meaning of Clause 3 of the aforementioned agreement if such release and discharge did not take place before this agreement came into force. Nothing in this agreement or agreement on the same amendment as the following does not affect or in any way affect the rights of The Hudson`s Bay Company or infringe any interest or interest in property acquired or held by that company pursuant to the Crown, the Dominion Lands Act or the agreement in question on December 23.

, 1924.

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