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The Institutional Control Program implements the process for the long-term management of decommissioned mine/mill properties on Crown land once a site owner has ended mining/milling activities, completed decommissioning and reclamation and makes application to transfer the remediated site into provincial custody.

Product List
  Institutional Control Five-Year Report as of March 31, 2017
This is the five-year report on the status of the Institutional Control Program and the closed sites that have been accepted into the program. The report for the period ending March 31, 2017, represents the first such report prepared in accordance with the Act.
  Institutional Control Monitoring and Maintenance Fund and the Unforeseen Events Fund Annual Report 2015-16
Institutional Control Monitoring and Maintenance Fund and the Unforeseen Events Fund Annual Report for 2015-16
  Institutional Control Five-Year Report as of March 31, 2012
This is the five-year report on the status of the Institutional Control Program and the closed sites that have been accepted into the program. The report for the period ending March 31, 2012 represents the first such report prepared in accordance with the Act.
  Institutional Control Registry Report - 2012
The Institutional Control Registry Report provides detailed closed site information. The report is updated as new sites are entered and accepted in the Registry, or as site status changes.
  Institutional Control Program: Post Closure Management of Decommissioned Mine/Mill Properties Located on Crown Land in Saskatchewan
December 2009 -- This Institutional Control Program discussion paper outlines how the program operates and the requirements for a company to transfer a remediated site into provincial custody and enter the site into the registry.