REVISED STATUTES, 1989
1 This Act may be cited as the Mining Companies Easements Act. R.S., c. 288, s. 1.
Acquisition of land or easement
2 When lands, lakes, streams or lands covered with water or easements or rights therein are required for any of the purposes set out in Section 70 of the Mineral Resources Act, or for the purpose of laying and maintaining pipe-lines, tubes or conduits by any company incorporated for the purpose of mining or drilling for oil or gas, and which company is the owner or lessee of mineral or oil rights other than as lessee from the Crown under the Mineral Resources Act, such lands, lakes, streams or lands covered with water or easements or rights therein may be acquired by said company to the same extent and in the same manner as if said company were a lessee from the Crown under the Mineral Resources Act and for said purposes such company shall be considered to be a lessee within the meaning of said Section 70 of the Mineral Resources Act. R.S., c. 288, s. 2.
3 Any such company may construct roads, subways, pipe-lines or conduits over, along, under and across any brooks, rivers and streams, not being navigable water, and any highway, subject nevertheless to regulations to be made by the Governor in Council. R.S., c. 288, s. 3.