Service Interruption Notification
Between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, iMaQs and the GIS Map Gallery may be periodically unavailable due to system upgrades. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Manitoba has introduced double work assessment credits for all eligible exploration expenses incurred in calendar years 2014 and 2015 to help companies explore through these challenging economic times. Manitoba is the only Canadian jurisdiction to offer double assessment credits.
Previous Informational Notices
Important notices and regulatory information which may affect claims and staking.
iMaQs - Integrated Mining and Quarrying System
iMaQs, the integrated Mining and Quarrying system will be going live to external clients mid-December. This online system allows you to submit applications and maintain your dispositions from any computer connected to the Internet.
Procedures for Crown Consultation with Aboriginal Communities (draft)
The Government of Manitoba recognizes it has a duty to consult in a meaningful way with First Nations, Métis communities and other Aboriginal communities when any proposed provincial law, regulation, decision or action may infringe upon or adversely affect the exercise of an aboriginal right or treaty right of that Aboriginal community.
Now available on-line, see the GIS Map Gallery.
Land Access & Sustainable Development
To help plan your exploration program go to the land access map for basic land use and land tenure information affecting access for mineral exploration.
Mineral Exploration Licence Map
Map of current claims & mineral exploration licences in PDF. Please see the GIS Map Gallery for the most up to date information on mineral dispositions.
Current to October, 2014
Exploration & Mining Guide
Don't know how to proceed with the next step in your exploration program? This document will help guide you through the various permits, applications, permissions, etc. that are needed at each level of exploration.
GIS Map Gallery
Examine interactive maps in our GIS Map Gallery, including Manitoba Mineral Dispositions, Assessment & Mineral Disposition History, and Geology.
Quarry Mineral Application Forms
Applications and other related forms for mining crown quarry minerals and privately owned aggregate minerals are available online. Included are transfer, change of holders name and exemption certificates.
A brief guide on how to stake a claim in Manitoba.