6 These Regulations do not apply to
(f) land-use operations in the Mackenzie Valley, as that area is defined in section 2 of the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act, other than
(i) a land-use operation authorized by a permit issued under these Regulations prior to the coming into force of Part 3 of that Act,
(ii) a land-use operation for which an application for a permit under these Regulations was pending on the coming into force of Part 3 of that Act, and
42 (1) Where a land use operation has been suspended pursuant to section 41 and the permittee fails or refuses to correct his default in complying with any terms and conditions of a permit or of any provision of these Regulations, the engineer may cancel the permit.
(2) The cancellation of a permit under subsection (1) shall not relieve the permittee from any obligation arising under the terms and conditions of the permit or under these Regulations, or from complying with any notice, direction or order given by an inspector or by the engineer.
41 (1) Where an inspector is of the opinion that a permittee has failed to comply with any term or condition of his permit or any provision of these Regulations, he shall so inform the permittee and, if the default continues, the inspector may give notice to the permittee that if the default is not corrected within the time specified in the notice the inspector may order the suspension of the land use operation or any part thereof.
(6) Nothing in this section relieves a permittee from prosecution for any violation of these Regulations.
38 (1) It shall be a condition of every permit that the permittee shall permit an inspector, at any reasonable time, to enter any place or premises on territorial lands under the permittee’s ownership or occupation, other than a private dwelling, and make such inspections as he thinks necessary to determine whether the terms and conditions of the permit or the provisions of these Regulations are being complied with.
(3) Every person in any place or premises entered by an inspector under subsection (1) shall give the inspector such assistance and furnish him with such information as the inspector may, for the purpose of carrying out his duties under these Regulations, reasonably require.
36 (1) In order to ensure that a permittee complies with the terms and conditions of his permit and with these Regulations, the engineer may include in the permit a condition that the permittee deposit with the Minister a security deposit not exceeding $100,000.
(5) Where a permittee has not complied with all the terms and conditions of his permit or with these Regulations and the land use operation of the permittee results in damage to the lands, the Minister may retain the whole of the security deposit or such portion of the security deposit as is required to restore the lands to their former condition.