DUBLIN – (BUSINESS WIRE) – The report “Canada’s Mining Financial Regime 2021” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com from offer.
The “Canada Mining Tax System 2021” provides comprehensive coverage of Canada’s mining tax system.
The report gives an overview of the country with macroeconomic performance, ease of doing business, corruption index and minerals overview. It also provides comprehensive coverage of the country’s mining regulatory bodies, laws, rights and obligations, as well as current and future tax proposals.
Canada is one of the largest producers of minerals in the world, producing over 60 metals and minerals. According to the Government of Canada, the total value of minerals produced in Canada was US $ 38.6 billion in 2019, of which gold alone was US $ 8.2 billion. It is also a major producer of potash, uranium, platinum, indium, aluminum, sulfur, cobalt, nickel, zinc, iron ore, graphite and copper.
In addition, the country is one of the world’s largest importers of bauxite, making it the world’s fourth largest producer of primary aluminum. The Department of Natural Resources is the primary governing body for natural resources in Canada.
It is responsible for the development, management, conservation and protection of the country’s mines and minerals, energy and forests. Various taxes, including corporation tax, sales and withholding taxes, are applicable to companies operating in the country.
The report describes governing bodies, applicable laws, various mining permits and royalties by state and territory.
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Discover the governing bodies of Canada, the main laws of the industry
Identify various mining permits and fees
For an overview of Canada’s mining tax system
Main topics covered:
2. Country overview
2.1 Macroeconomic performance
2.2 Ease of doing business
2.3 Corruption index
2.4 Mineral overview
3. Governing bodies
3.1 Mining Association of Canada
4. Laws and regulations
4.1 Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999
4.2 Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012
4.3 Metal and Diamond Mining Effluent Regulations, 2002 (Fisheries Act)
4.4 Department of Natural Resources Act, 1994
4.5 Resources and Technical Studies Act 1985
4.6 Species at Risk Act, 2002
4.7 Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992
4.8 Mineral exploration tax credit (METC)
5. Leases and licenses
Metallic and Industrial Minerals Agreements
5.2 British Columbia
5.3 New Brunswick
5.4 Nova Scotia
Mineral exploration license
6. Taxes and fees
6.1 Corporate income tax (IS)
6.2 Sales tax
6.3 Withholding tax
6.4 Royalty rate
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