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Proposed Regulations: The Mineral Parcel Accretion Regulations

The Lands and Corporate Services Division of the Ministry of Energy and Resources is consulting stakeholders on proposed regulations to administer accretion in Saskatchewan following the Saskatchewan Legislature’s approval The Miscellaneous Statutes (Accretion) Amendment Act, 2023.

This Act and the ministry’s proposed regulations outline requirements for the administration of accreted lands throughout Saskatchewan, including subsurface mineral lands.

A detailed consultation notice is available at Notice of Proposed Regulations: The Mineral Parcel Accretion Regulations.

Please submit your comments and questions regarding the ministry's proposed accretion regulations to the ER Service Desk at by December 15, 2023.

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