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CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR REGULATION 1143/96

Mineral Regulations
under the
Mineral Act
(O.C. 96-299)

Amended by:

57/97
85/97
71/98
104/98
107/98
32/99
38/99
81/99
97/00
36/01
2001 c42 s45
31/04
16/05
46/06
78/06
100/06
2006 c40 s12
8/08
28/09
63/09
20/10
66/10
5/13
79/14
34/15
3/17

CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR REGULATION 1143/96

Mineral Regulations
under the
Mineral Act
(O.C. 96-299)

Under the authority of section 41 of the Mineral Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act , the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following regulations.

REGULATIONS

Analysis


       
1.   Short title

       
2.   Definitions

       
3.   Exemptions

              PART I
MAP STAKED LICENCES

       
4.   Rep. by 20/10 s2

       
5.   Rep. by 20/10 s3

       
6.   Boundaries of map staked licences

     
6.1   Rep. by 16/05 s1

       
7.   Applications rejected

       
8.   Application fee and deposit

       
9.   Size of licence area

     
10.   Applications for map staked licence

     
11.   Assessment work and refunds

     
12.   Fractional map staked claims

   
12.1   Fractional claims at zone boundaries

     
13.   Deposit not required

     
14.   Licence reduction and partial surrender

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              PART III
GROUPING OF LICENCES

     
36.   Grouping of licences

              PART IV
EXTENDED LICENCES

     
37.   Conditions of extended licence

     
38.   Reduction and partial surrender of extended licence

              PART V
MINING LEASES

     
39.   Survey required

     
40.   Annual rental

              PART VI
ASSESSMENT WORK

     
41.   Notification and approval

     
42.   Assessment plans

     
43.   Camps

     
44.   Exploration sites

     
45.   Duties upon completion

     
46.   Guidelines

     
47.   Assessment work requirements

     
48.   Acceptable expenditures

     
49.   Report acceptable to minister

     
50.   Good faith compliance

     
51.   Evidence required

     
52.   Reports not approved

     
53.   Credit for personal work

     
54.   Distribution of assessment work

     
55.   Reports

     
56.   Substantiating information

              PART VII
GENERAL

     
57.   Preservation of diamond drill core

     
58.   Disposal or transfer of drill core

     
59.   Grievance notice filed

     
60.   Defective descriptions

     
61.   Errors and omissions

     
62.   Licence surrender and cancellation

     
63.   Fees

     
64.   Formal validity

     
65.   Repeal


Schedule A


Schedule B


Short title

        1. These regulations may be cited as the Mineral Regulations .

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Definitions

        2. In these regulations

             (a)  "Act" means the Mineral Act;

             (b)  "authorized representative" means a person authorized by the minister to act as his or her official representative;

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             (d)  "coterminous" means having at least one claim side in common;

             (e)  "department" means the department presided over by the minister;

             (f)  "extended licence" means a licence giving the holder the exclusive right to continue to explore for minerals and to carry out development work in an area previously held by the holder as a map staked licence;

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              (i)  "map staked claim" means a plot of land shown on maps maintained at the department constituting one-quarter part of a UTM grid square and bounded by one corner of a UTM grid square and comprising 25 hectares or less;

              (j)  "map staked licence" means a licence giving the holder the exclusive right to explore for minerals in an area shown on maps maintained in the department and described in accordance with section 6;

             (k)  "mining lease" means a lease issued under section 31 of the Act;

              (l)  "minister" means the minister appointed under the Executive Council Act to administer the Act;

           (m)  "recorded" means entered by the Mineral Claims Recorder in the relevant electronic register maintained by the department;

             (n)  "staking rush" means an occasion where it can be demonstrated that more than one applicant has endeavoured or will endeavour to stake the same area at the same time and in that instance, the recorder shall consider the situation to be a staking rush;

             (o)  "surveyor" means a surveyor who is a registered member of the Association of Newfoundland Land Surveyors;

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              (r)  "UTM grid" means the 1,000 metre universal transverse mercator grid, as defined by NAD 27.

132/83 s2; 181/86 s1; 171/93 s1; 2006 c40 s12; 20/10 s1

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Exemptions

        3. All land and land under water listed or referred to in Schedule A is exempted from the application of these regulations under paragraph 4(1)(b) of the Act.

132/83 s3

PART I
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Boundaries of map staked licences

        6. Map staked licence boundaries shall be described by reference to UTM grid co-ordinates NAD 27.

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Applications rejected

        7. An application for a map staked licence may be rejected by the recorder if, in his or her opinion, the description provided by the applicant is inadequate or defective.

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Application fee and deposit

        8. Applications for map staked licences shall not be accepted unless

             (a)  they are in a form approved by the minister; and

             (b)  they are accompanied by

                      (i)  the fee prescribed by the minister, and

                     (ii)  a deposit in the amount and in a form set by the minister.

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Size of licence area

        9. A map staked licence may be issued by the recorder for up to 256 coterminous map staked claims.

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Applications for map staked licence

      10. (1) An application for a map staked licence shall be submitted electronically in the manner provided by the recorder.

             (2)  The recorder shall maintain a computer storage and retrieval system to receive and accept electronic applications.

             (3)  The order of acceptance of applications for map staked licences shall be governed by the system referred to in subsection (2) and an application is not accepted unless confirmation is transmitted electronically to the applicant.

             (4)  If access to the system referred to in subsection (2) is not available for any reason, the minister may authorize the recorder to accept applications in a format approved by the minister.

             (5)  When access to the system referred to in subsection (2) is restored, the recorder shall enter the accepted applications in the system before permitting any other applications.

             (6)  Where an application is withdrawn by the applicant after acceptance but before a licence is issued, the fee and the deposit referred to in paragraph 8(b) shall be forfeited to the minister.

             (7)  The recorder is not liable for loss or damage suffered by a person because of the failure of the system referred to in subsection (2) to accept an application or to correctly accept an application.

16/05 s3

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Assessment work and refunds

      11. (1) The deposit referred to in subparagraph 8(b)(ii) shall be refunded to the licensee if the licensee has completed all of the assessment work required to be done during the first year of the map staked licence and has filed with the department a report of all the work done that has been approved and accepted by the minister.

             (2)  If a map staked licence has been surrendered, cancelled or partially surrendered and the assessment work required to be done during the first year of the map staked licence has not been completed, the deposit or a portion of the deposit in proportion to the partial surrender, referred to in subparagraph 8(b)(ii) shall be forfeited to the minister.

             (3)  Where a licensee is granted an extension under Condition 2 of Schedule A to the Act, in order to complete the assessment work for the first year of the map staked licence, for reasons other than those set out in Condition 2(4) of Schedule A to the Act, the deposit referred to in subparagraph 8(b)(ii) shall be refunded to the licensee.

             (4)  Where a licensee is granted an extension under Condition 2 of Schedule A to the Act, in order to complete the assessment work for the first year of the map staked licence, for the reasons set out in Condition 2(4) of Schedule A to the Act, the deposit referred to in subparagraph 8(b)(ii) shall not be refunded to the licensee until all the assessment work required to be done for the first year of the map staked licence is completed.

             (5)  Where a licensee completes a portion of the assessment work required for the first year and has filed with the department a report, acceptable to the minister, of the work done, an equivalent proportion of the deposit referred to in subparagraph 8(b)(ii) shall be refunded to the licensee, the balance of the deposit referred to in subparagraph 8(b)(ii) shall be forfeited to the minister.

             (6)  Where a map staked licence is transferred in the manner provided for in the Act and regulations, rights to the deposit and the refund of it, as provided, shall pass with the licence.

79/14 s1

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Fractional map staked claims

      12. (1) Where the boundary of an existing licence area, mining claim, licence, lease or grant has been established on the ground and that results in fractions of claims becoming available for map staking, those fractions may be

             (a)  applied for as if it were a full size claim; or

             (b)  included in an application for a map staked licence for the adjacent claim.

             (2)  Every fractional claim shall be treated as a full size claim for the purpose of calculating recording fees, security deposits and assessment work requirements.

             (3)  When areas with boundaries established on the ground lapse and become available for staking, an adjacent fractional map staked claim included in a map staked licence in good standing shall become full claims and the boundary of the area to come open for staking shall be adjusted accordingly.

132/83 s34; 16/05 s5; 79/14 s2

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Fractional claims at zone boundaries

   12.1 (1) Where an application is made for a map staked licence for an area that crosses a UTM zone boundary and that results in fractions of claims being staked, the total area of the fractional claims in hectares shall be divided by 25 and the result, rounded down to the nearest whole number, shall be considered the number of full-size claims represented by the area of fractional claims.

             (2)  The number produced by the calculation in subsection (1) shall be used for the purpose of recording fees, security deposits and assessment work requirements for the fractional claims staked.

16/05 s6

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Deposit not required

      13. (1) A genuine prospector may make application electronically, in the manner provided by the recorder, for map staked licences without submitting the deposit referred to in subparagraph 8(b)(ii), but

             (a)  no more than 5 map staked licences shall be granted to the genuine prospector in a calendar year;

             (b)  map staked licences granted to the genuine prospector in the calendar year shall include a maximum of 30 claims; and

             (c)  the deposit referred to shall become payable in full where a transfer, except to the heir of the genuine prospector, is registered with respect to one or more of the map staked licences.

             (2)  In this section, "genuine prospector" means a person who is ordinarily resident in the province who applies to the minister for that designation and who provides clear evidence with the application that he or she

             (a)  is seriously intending to undertake mineral prospecting activities in the future; and

             (b)  either

                      (i)  is qualified as a mineral prospector, having successfully completed a recognized mineral prospecting training program, or

                     (ii)  has undertaken mineral prospecting activities on his or her own behalf or on behalf of a mineral-industry employer within the 12 months before making the application.

             (3)  A designation as a genuine prospector is valid for a period of 5 years and may be renewed upon application but may be cancelled by the minister on notice to the person.

83/96 s1; 16/05 s7; 2006 c40 s12; 79/14 s3

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Licence reduction and partial surrender

      14. (1) The holder of a map staked licence may apply to surrender portions of the area described in the map staked licence in a form approved by the minister during the currency of the map staked licence and the portion of the deposit made under subparagraph 8(b)(ii) or in compliance with Condition 2 of Schedule A to the Act relating to the area surrendered shall be forfeited to the minister and shall, on application, be granted a map staked licence for claims being retained free of charge for the unexpired term of the map staked licence.

             (2)  On receipt by the recorder of the application referred to in subsection (1), the rights of the licence holder to all areas not included in the application referred to in subsection (1) shall be considered to be surrendered immediately and shall be further dealt with in accordance with section 27 of the Act and section 62 of these regulations.

             (3)  Where surrender of some of the area included in a map staked licence results in physical separation of claims, separate map staked licences shall be issued for the physically separated claims.

             (4)  The anniversary date of a map staked licence referred to in subsection (1) shall be that of the map staked licence which is being relinquished for that area.

79/14 s4

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GROUPING OF LICENCES

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Grouping of licences

      36. (1) The holder of licences may apply to group those licences to a single mapped staked licence provided however that no map staked licence shall include more than 256 map staked claims.

             (2)  The date of issue of a map staked licence issued under subsection (1) shall be considered to be the date of issue of the first issued map staked licence grouped under subsection (1), the area of which is included in the licence that is being issued to replace the grouped map staked licences and the provisions of the Act and these regulations shall apply as if the map staked licence had been issued on the earliest date of issue.

             (3)  A person shall not be issued a map staked licence under subsection (1) unless the Act and these regulations have been complied with in respect of all the map staked licences that are to be grouped, including the payment of a renewal fee on a licence being joined with a licence in a later renewal term.

             (4)  A map staked licence issued under subsection (1) shall not include areas that at the date of grouping have been licensed for less than one year unless the first year assessment work is completed and an assessment report accepted.

             (5)  This section does not apply to licences extended under section 28.1 of the Act.

208/92 s3; 16/05 s10; 20/10 s6; 79/14 s5

PART IV
EXTENDED LICENCES

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Conditions of extended licence

      37. (1) The holder of a licence may apply to the minister for not more than 3 extensions of the term of the licence in accordance with section 28 of the Act for all or a portion of the area described in the licence and the minister shall issue a licence for the extended period subject to

             (a)  payment of the fee prescribed by the minister; and

             (b)  assessment work requirements as set out in section 47 for each year of the extended period instead of the assessment work required during the original term of the licence.

             (2)  The holder of an extended licence may apply to the minister for an extension of the extended licence in accordance with section 28.1 of the Act for the area described in the licence, where the area is 100 coterminous map staked claims or less, or for a portion of the area described in the licence subject to

             (a)  payment of the fee prescribed by the minister; and

             (b)  assessment work requirements as set out in section 47 for the extension, instead of the assessment work required during the original term of the licence.

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Reduction and partial surrender of extended licence

      38. (1) The holder of an extended licence may apply to the minister for a reduction of the area covered by the extended licence and the minister may grant the reduction and reduce the assessment work requirement for the licensee for the current and subsequent years of the extended licence.

             (2)  If the extended licence is in an extension period under Condition 2 of Schedule A or B to the Act, the security deposit shall be forfeited in proportion to the reduction of the size of the extended licence.

             (3)  Applications for a reduction of the area covered by an extended licence shall be as prescribed under section 14.

79/14 s7

PART V
MINING LEASES

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Survey required

      39. (1) Where a mining lease is applied for by the holder of a licence, the survey referred to in paragraph 31(3)(b) of the Act shall be filed with the recorder within 6 months of the date of application.

             (2)  If the survey referred to in paragraph 31(3)(b) of the Act is not filed within the period designated in subsection (1), then the application for a mining lease shall be considered to be null and void.

             (3)  A surveyor conducting a survey under paragraph 31(3)(b) of the Act shall proceed with the survey in a manner acceptable to the recorder.

             (4)  Paragraph 31(3)(b) of the Act applies, with the necessary changes, to a survey required under this Part.

132/83 s54; 20/10 s9; 79/14 s8

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Annual rental

      40. A mining lease issued under section 31 of the Act shall provide for an annual rental as set out in Schedule B.

132/83 s56

PART VI
ASSESSMENT WORK

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Notification and approval

      41. (1) A licensee or lessee who intends to conduct a detailed systematic search for minerals on areas either licensed or leased under the Act, or granted or issued by another Act must submit a description of the planned exploration work before commencing the work.

             (2)  When mineral exploration work involves mechanized activities such as diamond drilling, trenching, heavy mineral studies, airborne geophysical surveys, extensive use of off road vehicles, establishment of a camp or other activities capable of causing ground disturbance, water quality impairments or disruption to wildlife or wildlife habitat, the work shall not commence until the plan for the activity has been reviewed by the department and an exploration approval issued on those terms and conditions considered necessary and prescribed by the minister.

             (3)  Reconnaissance surveys over areas where the mineral rights are vested in the Crown and available for staking under subsection 4(1) of the Act will not require prior notification of the department except when the activities require the establishment of a camp and then only the prescribed details regarding the camp must be reported and approved.

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Assessment plans

      42. (1) The plans referred to in section 41 shall

             (a)  describe the equipment to be utilized and all materials to be consumed in carrying out the activity;

             (b)  identify the project supervisor, contractors and approximate number of people involved with the project;

             (c)  describe the location and planned depth of all drill holes, consumables that may be employed to complete the drilling and plans regarding removal of casing;

             (d)  describe location and dimensions of all trenching and stripping, planned date for backfilling the trenches and precautions to be taken while trenches are open;

             (e)  identify the location of all base camps and fly camps, the facilities existing or to be installed at each camp, the period of occupation and the number of people to occupy the camp;

             (f)  identify the location of all existing roads, woods roads or trails that will be used to access the site or move to and from locations within the project area;

             (g)  identify the location of all new trails to be prepared to facilitate the planned program;

             (h)  identify the location of all new grids and cut lines to be established by the planned current program.

             (2)  All information required under subsection (1) shall be identified on 1:25,000; 1:20,000; 12,500 or 1:10,000 scale maps or aerial photographs as appropriate.

             (3)  Exploration work is to be carried out without deviation from the exploration plan.

             (4)  Notwithstanding subsection (2), where the holder of an exploration approval proposes to alter the work or deviate from the plan to an extent which does not impact the environment in a significantly adverse way, the department must be informed of changes to or deviation from the approved exploration plan.

             (5)  Notwithstanding subsection (3), where the holder of an exploration approval proposes to conduct exploration work in a manner which deviates substantially from the approved exploration plan or in a manner which may significantly impact the environment, a new exploration plan shall be submitted and a revised exploration approval shall be issued before the work is undertaken.

             (6)  Notwithstanding subsection (3), where exploration work is to be conducted in sensitive environmental areas, the exploration approval shall provide that the exploration plan cannot be amended or deviated from unless a new exploration plan is submitted and a revised exploration approval issued as provided in these regulations.

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Camps

      43. (1) A licence of occupation under the Lands Act is required for a camp location where use or occupation of it is proposed to involve

             (a)  long term, seasonal or permanent, use and occupation of the camp;

             (b)  ground disturbance to prepare the site including but not limited to bulldozing to level an area or trenching to drain water from the site; or

             (c)  a cache of fuel or equipment left at the site for more than one year.

             (2)  Camps that require a licence of occupation will be referred to as base camps and as a minimum shall

             (a)  not be located within 30 metres of a body of water;

             (b)  have the necessary sanitation facilities in accordance with the Department of Health and Department of Environment and Labour legislation;

             (c)  have all garbage removed from the camp to an established waste disposal area, notwithstanding the permission of the owner or operator for use of the site;

             (d)  have fuel properly stored with the necessary certificates or approvals and be properly equipped to handle any spills;

             (e)  be properly equipped to fight forest fires.

             (3)  Small temporary camps involving no ground disturbance and requiring the cutting of just enough trees necessary to site or construct tents and to allow for the safe use of rotary-winged aircraft to support the site if necessary will not require a licence of occupation.

             (4)  Camps that do not require a licence of occupation will be referred to as fly camps and may be located within 30 metres of a body of water but shall comply as a minimum with the following requirements:

             (a)  a pit privy must be located at least 25 metres from the camp in a direction away from bodies of water and shall be backfilled upon abandonment of the camp;

             (b)  dishwater and wash water shall be disposed of in a pit large enough to contain the volume of water to be discarded, located at least 30 metres away from all water bodies and the pit backfilled upon abandonment of the camp;

             (c)  all other garbage and waste shall be taken from the camp to either the supporting base camp or directly to an established waste disposal area for final disposal as frequently as possible;

             (d)  on abandonment, all equipment, building materials, unused consumable and waste brought into the camp shall be removed to either the base camp or an established waste disposal area as appropriate;

             (e)  all trees used as tent frames or foundations shall be neatly stacked in a pile or piles for salvage or reuse at a future date.

             (5)  All used consumable items, packaging, refuse and discarded material must be properly contained and handled to avoid contamination or littering of the exploration site, some materials, such as waste oil and used batteries, shall not be disposed of at a waste disposal site and must be either delivered to or collected by an approved collection service.

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Exploration sites

      44. (1) Where areas are to be cleared of trees to prepare access trails, those areas and operations shall comply as a minimum with the following requirements

             (a)  the trees shall be cut as close to the ground as possible to minimize ground disturbance caused by the uprooting of trees or tree stumps by movement of the equipment along the trail;

             (b)  the portions of the tree trunk larger than 9 centimetres in diameter shall be limbed and stacked at intervals along the trail for salvage or for use to corduroy sections of the trail where ground conditions warrant;

             (c)  trees and tops with trunk diameter less than 9 centimetres shall be piled to the side of the trail or lopped and scattered if conducive to reducing ground disturbance.

             (2)  Trees and slash which are cleared shall not be felled or discarded into streams or water bodies.

             (3)  The procedure described in subsection (1) must be used to clear areas for campsites, marshalling yards or lay-down areas and in preparing a trench or a drill site.

             (4)  Where a site is to be trenched, sufficient area shall be cleared to allow excavated material to be piled and placed back into the trench without uprooting trees or having the excavated material mixed with the trees cleared from the trench site.

             (5)  Persons clearing areas under this section shall comply with all provisions of the Forestry Act and regulations under that Act.

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Duties upon completion

      45. (1) Upon completion of the exploration work,

             (a)  all trenches, stripped areas or sample sites shall be backfilled as soon as practical and the topsoil and organic material shall be placed on top of the backfilled trench;

             (b)  all disturbed areas including trench locations, sections of trails, drill sites and camp sites that could cause siltation into nearby bodies of water shall be stabilized with vegetation mats or have properly installed filter-fabric barriers to avoid siltation of the water body; and

             (c)  at the end of the field season or before periods of hiatus longer than 6 months in the exploration program, all materials and equipment shall be removed from the area or properly secured at a base camp and garbage, broken equipment or other waste material shall be removed from the site to an established waste disposal area.

             (2)  At the conclusion and abandonment of an exploration project, all camps and cleared areas shall have stockpiled soil and organic material spread back over the area.

             (3)  Abandoned exploration access roads shall have installed permanent structures, culverts, retaining banks, to control potential erosion and siltation caused by the road.

             (4)  If the site is a potential illegal dump site, the road shall be permanently bared or ditched.

87/95 s1

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Guidelines

      46. The minister may issue guidelines to clarify and illustrate intentions and practical implementation of this regulation and other legislation that regulate activities related to mineral exploration work.

87/95 s1

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Assessment work requirements

      47.           (1) The holder of a map staked licence shall be required to expend or cause to be expended on the licensed area on assessment work of a type described in section 48 the following amounts:

             (a)  $200 per map staked claim during the first year;

             (b)  $250 per map staked claim during the second year;

             (c)  $300 per map staked claim during the third year;

             (d)  $350 per map staked claim during the fourth year; and

             (e)  $400 per map staked claim during the fifth year.

             (2)  The holder of an extended licence under section 28 of the Act shall be required to expend or cause to be expended on the licensed area on assessment work of a type described in section 48 the following amounts:

             (a)  for each year of the first extended term, years 6-10, by multiplying the number of claims held under the licence by $600;

             (b)  for each year of the second extended term, years 11-15, by multiplying the number of claims held under the licence by $900; and

             (c)  for each year of the third extended term, years 16-20, by multiplying the number of claims held under the licence by $1,200.

             (3)  The holder of an extended licence under section 28.1 of the Act shall be required to expend or cause to be expended on the licensed area on assessment work of a type described in section 48 the following amounts:

             (a)  $2,000 per map staked claim per year for years 21 to 25; and

             (b)  $2,500 per map staked claim per year for years 26 to 30.

79/14 s9

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Acceptable expenditures

      48. (1) Expenditures upon the following activities, when carried out for the purpose of exploration and development within the area of a licence issued under these regulations, shall, subject to section 49 be credited as assessment work:

             (a)  prospecting;

             (b)  trenching, pitting and stripping;

             (c)  line cutting and flagging;

             (d)  surface and underground geological surveys;

             (e)  airborne, surface and underground geochemical surveys;

             (f)  airborne, surface and underground geophysical surveys and borehole geophysical surveys;

             (g)  photogeological and remote imagery interpretations;

             (h)  drilling and core transportation to storage facilities of the department;

              (i)  land surveys;

              (j)  topographic surveys;

             (k)  shaft sinking and other underground development work;

              (l)  engineering evaluation reports;

           (m)  beneficiation studies, analyses, assays and microscopic studies; and

             (n)  others that may be approved by the minister.

             (2)  The issuance of a mining lease shall not affect the size of the licence for the purpose of calculating the assessment work required to be done on the licence for the years during or following the issuance of the mining lease.

             (3)  Expenditures acceptable under subsection (1) and undertaken within a mining lease may be credited as assessment work for the licence of which the mining lease is a part.

132/83 s57; 165/85 s9

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Report acceptable to minister

      49. The minister may reject a report of assessment work if, in his or her opinion, the work has not been performed or the report or reports have not be compiled to his or her satisfaction.

132/83 s58

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Good faith compliance

      50. The minister may accept reports if he or she is satisfied that the person submitting it has attempted in good faith and to the best of his or her ability to comply with the requirements of the Act and these regulations.

132/83 s59

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Evidence required

      51. Reports of assessment work or statements of expenditures required to be submitted under the Act or these regulations shall not be credited to a licensee until the evidence of that work and those expenditures has been approved and accepted by the minister.

132/83 s60

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Reports not approved

      52. If the minister refuses to approve and accept the reports or statements submitted by a licensee, then he or she shall

             (a)  provide the holder with a description of the deficiencies noted; and

             (b)  either

                      (i)  allow the holder a period of time, not exceeding 30 days, in which to remedy the deficiencies and return the relevant data to the minister,

or

                     (ii)  permit the holder to apply for an extension in accordance with Condition 2 of Schedule A or B to the Act notwithstanding the proviso regarding the anniversary date of the licence contained in the condition, but within a period not exceeding 30 days from the date of notification under this subparagraph.

132/83 s61; 79/14 s10

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Credit for personal work

      53. When field work is personally conducted upon the licence area by the holder of the licence or by an individual holding a registered interest in that licence, without remuneration, then that work may be credited at the rate of $100 for each 8 hour period that the holder is so employed.

132/83 s62

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Distribution of assessment work

      54. When a licence holder submits the account of expenditure required under Condition 3 of Schedule A or B to the Act the recorder shall apply the minimum expenditures required under these regulations equally to all claims comprising the original licence area or the licence area retained.

79/14 s11

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Reports

      55. (1) Subject to section 50, every report submitted for assessment work pertaining to a licence and describing any one or combination of the activities listed in section 48 shall be

             (a)  a detailed logistical account of the work, including all raw data, interpretations, conclusions and recommendations in an appropriate form;

             (b)  suitable for reproduction; and

             (c)  submitted in an acceptable digital form and medium if the data was collected in or transcribed to digital form.

             (2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), reports shall be in the form prescribed by the minister.

132/83 s64; 165/85 s10

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Substantiating information

      56. The minister may require a licensee to submit to him or her the information he or she may consider necessary to substantiate the expenditures claimed.

132/83 s65

PART VII
GENERAL

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Preservation of diamond drill core

      57. A person, whether a holder of mineral rights issued under the Act or these regulations or not, shall not intentionally abandon, discard, dump, destroy or otherwise reduce the original technical value of a diamond drill core or rotary drill cuttings obtained for information purposes within the province or remove them from the province, except for those sections submitted for assaying, testing, microscopic, metallurgical and beneficiation studies, without the permission of the minister.

132/83 s66

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Disposal or transfer of drill core

      58. (1) All persons proposing to dispose of a diamond drill core in their possession or lodged with them for safe-keeping, shall notify the minister of their desire to do so and upon receipt of that notification, the minister

             (a)  shall provide those persons with permission in accordance with section 57; or

             (b)  may direct his or her authorized representative to take possession of that drill core for the Crown and take other action that he or she may consider necessary.

             (2)  The actions directed by the minister under subsection (1) shall be undertaken at the expense of the Crown.

132/83 s67

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Grievance notice filed

      59. (1) When a notice of grievance is served upon the minister under section 39 of the Act, the minister shall authorize the recorder to enter upon the record a note of the disputed title.

             (2)  Action shall not be taken by the recorder with respect to the disputed title pending decision by the Mineral Rights Adjudication Board and specific instructions from the minister.

132/83 s68

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Defective descriptions

      60. When it has been shown to the satisfaction of the minister that the description of a licence or mining lease issued under the Act, under a predecessor Act or under these regulations is defective, then he or she may

             (a)  authorize a resurvey and revision of the description; and

             (b)  in the case of licences not requiring ground surveys, order the revision of the defective licence or the issuance of an amending document,

but that action shall not affect the effective dates of the licence or mining lease.

132/83 s69

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Errors and omissions

      61. (1) Where a licence or mining lease has been issued to or in the name of the wrong party or contains a clerical error or misnomer, or there is an omission of the conditions of the licence or mining lease, the minister may, provided there is no adverse claim, order the defective licence or mining lease to be cancelled and a correct one to be issued in its place but that action shall not affect the effective dates of the licence or mining lease.

             (2)  Where the system referred to in section 10 for acceptance of applications for map staked licences incorrectly accepts 2 or more applications for the same claim or claims, the recorder shall not issue a licence to any of the applicants and a draw shall be held to determine which application shall be accepted for that claim or claims.

             (3)  The recorder is not liable for loss or damage suffered by a person arising out of the non-acceptance of their application in the circumstances described in subsection (2).

16/05 s11

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Licence surrender and cancellation

      62. (1) The recorder shall publish in the Gazette a notice describing the lands in respect of which a licence has been surrendered or considered surrendered or expired.

             (2)  Where the recorder has notified a licensee under section 26 of the Act of the cancellation of a licence, the recorder shall, after expiry of the time for filing a notice of grievance under section 39 of the Act against that cancellation or after final disposition of adjudication proceedings under section 39 of the Act, publish in the Gazette a notice describing the lands in respect of which a licence has been cancelled.

             (3)  Land affected by a surrender, expiration or cancellation of a licence shall be available for application in accordance with the Act as if no licence had been issued in respect of the land after the hour of 9:00 in the forenoon of the thirty-second clear day after publication of a notice under subsection (1) or (2).

             (4)  Notwithstanding subsections (1) to (3), where land is or becomes a reserve, a provisional reserve or emergency reserve under the Wilderness and Ecological Reserve Act that land and the minerals in, on or under that land are unavailable for application under the Mineral Act until

             (a)  the land is no longer a reserve, a provisional reserve or an emergency reserve; and

             (b)  subsequent to that, a notice in respect of the land is published under subsection (1) and the time is after the hour of 9:00 in the forenoon of the thirty-second clear day after that publication.

132/83 s70; 181/86 s4; 79/14 s12

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Fees

      63. The fees under these regulations shall be prescribed by the minister.

1992 cF-7.1 s30

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Formal validity

      64. For the purposes of section 6 of the Act, an instrument shall not be registered by the Mineral Claims Recorder which does not comply with the requirements for formal validity set out in the Registration of Deeds Act .

165/85 s12

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Repeal

      65. The Mineral Regulations, 1983, Newfoundland Regulation 132/83, are repealed.

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Schedule A

              A.  LANDS REGISTERED IN CROWN LANDS REGISTRY

Fee Simple Mining Grants

 

Volume

Folio

1

101

1

103

1

105

1

52

1

61

              B.  All that piece or parcel of land situate and being on the eastern shore of St. John's Harbour in the province and being more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at a point being the southernmost point at ordinary low water in Gunners Cove, Freshwater Bay;

Then from the point of commencement so determined and running in a general northwesterly direction passing through a point being the intersection of the centre line of the Southside Road and the centre line of Job's Bridge, crossing to a point on the eastern shore of St. John's Harbour, at ordinary low water;

Then in a general northeasterly direction and following the eastern shore of St. John's Harbour to Cahill Point;

Then running by the southern shore of the Narrows in a general easterly direction to South Head;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction by the waters of St. John's Bay and by the waters of Freshwater Bay to the point of commencement.

              C.  All that piece or parcel of land, subtitled Julienne Lake, described in Schedule B to Appendix C to the Statutory Agreement annexed to the Nalco-Javelin, Mineral Lands Act, 1957 as amended (Amdt. Nfld. Reg, 5/78).

              D.  All those pieces or parcels of land described in Appendix B to the draft Lease annexed to the Hamilton Falls Power Corporation Limited Lease Act, 1961 , as amended.

              E.  All that piece and parcel of land situate and being at Conne River in the province bounded and abutted as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM coordinates 5,304,636.94 north 596,048.32 east;

Then south 36 ° 27' 13" east 876.62 metres;

Then north 60 ° 42' 19" east 1,914.197 metres;

Then north 40 ° 39' 16" east 2,191.238 metres;

Then north 47 ° 58' 09" east 991.160 metres;

Then north 56 ° 39' 43" east 1,790.942 metres;

Then north 29 ° 41' 58" east 240.384 metres;

Then south 28 ° 35' 36" east 796.0095 metres;

Then south 52 ° 16' 31" west 9,836.243 metres;

Then south 86 ° 32' 16" west 1,761.381 metres;

Then south 32 ° 01'40" west 819.852 metres;

Then south 34 ° 45'17" east 759.529 metres;

Then south 29 ° 12'56" west 1,809.124 metres;

Then south 37 ° 33' 26" west 1,937.551 metres;

Then north 76 ° 24' 48" west 651.244 metres;

Then south 70 ° 27' 20" west 848.933 metres;

Then north 00 ° 58' 54" east 642.099 metres;

Then north 53 ° 46' 05" east 1,331.502 metres;

Then north 08 ° 08' 50" east 472.773 metres;

Then north 23 ° 20' 06" west 277.711 metres;

Then north 72 ° 50' 54" east 678.180 metres;

Then north 01 ° 49' 39" west 909.460 metres;

Then north 50 ° 55' 35" east 2,287.744 metres;

Then south 80 ° 19' 21" east 481.865 metres;

Then north 44 ° 02' 27" east 383.118 metres;

Then south 85 ° 26' 19" west 2,007.257 metres;

Then north 29 ° 16' 48" west 443.683 metres;

Then along the southeast shoreline of Bay d’Espoir, in a generally northeast direction, for a distance of approximately 9,500 metres, more or less to the point of beginning and containing an area of 3,403 ha.

All bearings are referred to the UTM Grid Zone 21, NAD27.

              F.  All that piece of land and land under water in the general area of Rigolet in the province being described as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 403,500 metres east, 6,037,000 metres north;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 13,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 10,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 6,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 9,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 23,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 45,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 12,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 7,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 8,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to the UTM Grid Zone 21, NAD 27.

              G.  All that piece of land and land under water in the general area of Postville and Makkovik in the province being described as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 352,000 metres east, 6,125,000 metres north;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 15,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 11,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 13,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 39,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 17,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 5,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 5,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 4,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 6,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 6,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 10,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 6,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 5,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 14,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 13,056 metres;

Then on a bearing of 2 ° for 12,010 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 556 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 9,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 11,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 5,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 6,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 16,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to the UTM Grid Zone 21, NAD 27 and; beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 692,555 metres east, 6,083,000 metres north;

Then on a bearing of 177 ° for 12,010 metres;

Then on a bearing of 265 ° for 6,943 metres;

Then on a bearing of 355 ° for 4,601 metres;

Then on a bearing of 88 ° for 229 metres;

Then on a bearing of 358 ° for 512 metres;

Then on a bearing of 91 ° for 518 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 56 metres to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to UTM Grid Zone 20, NAD 27; and

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 342,000 metres east, 6,084,000 metres north;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 meters;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 meters;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 meters;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 meters;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 meters;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,500 meters to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to the UTM Grid Zone 21, NAD 27.

             H.  All that piece of land and land under water in the general area of Hopedale in the province being described as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 680,000 metres east, 6,194,000 metres north;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 51,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 13,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 6,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 9,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 9,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 9,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 5,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 13,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 5,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 6,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 7,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 7,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 19,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 5,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 6,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 5,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 9,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 19,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 28,000 metres to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to the UTM Grid Zone 20, NAD 27.

               I.  All that piece of land and land under water in the general area of Nain in the province being described as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 582,000 metres east, 6,323,000 metres north;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 20,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 13,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 30,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 80,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 20,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 11,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 7,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 6,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 6,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 8,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 5,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 13,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 5,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 6,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 9,600 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 5,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 4,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 14,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 11,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 6,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 7,000 metres to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to the UTM Grid Zone 20, NAD 27.

Reserving nevertheless out of the above described parcel of land all that are covered by map staked licences, portions of map staked licences and mining leases.

               J.  All that piece of land and land under water in the general area of Okak Bay in the province being described as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 552,000 metres east, 6,390,000 metres north;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 14,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,000 metres to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to the UTM Grid Zone 20, NAD 27; and

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 562,000 metres east, 6,360,000 metres north;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to the UTM Grid Zone 20, NAD 27.

              K.  All that piece of land and land under water in the general area of Hebron Fiord in the province being described as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 509,000 metres east, 6,457,000 metres north;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 16,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 9,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,100 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 4,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 5,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 7,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,000 metres to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to the UTM Grid Zone 20, NAD 27.

              L.  All that piece of land and land under water in the general area of Saglek Fiord in the province being described as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 510,500 metres east, 6,484,500 metres north;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 5,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

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Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 504 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 4,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 3,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 2,000 metres to the point of beginning.

All bearings refer to the UTM Grid Zone 20, NAD 27.

             M.  All that piece or parcel of land and land under water surrounding and including the community of Davis Inlet in the province and being described as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 6,208,000 metres north, 652,000 metres east, then south 29,000 metres, west 58,000 metres, then north 29,000 metres, then east 58,000 metres to the point of beginning. All bearings are referred to the UTM Grid Zone 20, NAD 27. Reserving nevertheless out of the above described parcel of land all that area covered by map staked licences, portions of map staked licences and ares or portions of areas for which applications for map staked licences have been received before the effective date of this regulation and for which issuance of a map staked licence is pending.

              N.  All that piece or parcel of land and land under water surrounding and including the community of Sheshatshiu in the province being described as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 5,934,000 metres north, 698,000 metres east, then south 17,000 metres, then west 11,000 metres, then north 3,000 metres, then west 4,000 metres, then north 3,000 metres, then west 5,000 metres, then north 3,000 metres, then west 5,000 metres, then north 3,000 metres, then west 4,000 metres, then north 3,000 metres, then west 5,000 metres, then north 3,000 metres, then west 4,000 metres, then north 16,000 metres, then east 7,000 metres, then south 3,000 metres, then east 5,000 metres, then south 4,000 metres, then east 4,000 metres, then south 3,000 metres, then east 4,000 metres, then south 2,000 metres, then east 4,000 metres, then south 1,500 metres, then east 4,000 metres, then south 3,500 metres, then east 10,000 metres to the point of beginning. All bearings are referred to the UTM Grid Zone 20, NAD 27. Reserving nevertheless out of the above described parcel of land all that area covered by map staked licences, portions of map staked licences and areas or portions of areas for which applications for map staked licences have been received before the effective date of this regulation and for which issuance of a map staked licence is pending.

              O.  Areas proclaimed as provincial parks under the authority of the Provincial Parks Act .

              P.  Areas set aside as reserves or provisional reserves under the authority of the Wilderness and Ecological Reserves Act .

              Q.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Bellevue Beach Provincial Park situate and being at Bellevue Beach near Bellevue abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the northerly shoreline of Broad Lake at low water mark, the point being distance 369.72 metres as measured on a bearing of north 75° 52' 40" west from Control Monument No. 83043;

Then running by land in possession of Raymond Allen north 75° 52' 40" west 60 metres;

Then north 63° 13' 20" west 43.68 metres;

Then south 73° 10' 5" west 75.74 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly limit of Chapel Arm-Bellevue Road, 30 metres wide, north 3° 1' 50" west 107.79 metres;

Then north 4° 45' 15" west 84.79 metres;

Then north 12° 2' 40" west 38.51 metres;

Then north 31° 35' 35" west 139.29 metres;

Then north 25° 5' west 202.23 metres;

Then north 12° 21' 50" west 59.77 metres;

Then north 6° 17' 45" west 215.95 metres;

Then north 25° 29' 30" west 355.97 metres;

Then north 31° 5' 5" west 189.79 metres;

Then north 24° 34' 15" west 50.07 metres;

Then north 16° 36' 35" west 57.76 metres;

Then north 4 ° 23' 15" west 38.13 metres;

Then north 18° 27' east 87.52 metres;

Then north 30° 17' 50" east 46.81 metres;

Then north 44° 51' 5" east 54.68 metres;

Then north 62° 4' 30" east 104.23 metres;

Then north 36° 44' 20" east 50.79 metres;

Then north 13° 3' 35" east 42.37 metres;

Then north 1° 56' 10" west 52.4 metres;

Then north 17° 39' 25" west 55.74 metres;

Then north 36° 44' 55" west 47.25 metres;

Then north 56° 15' 10" west 66.52 metres;

Then running along the northerly limit of a reservation, ten metres wide, extending along the northerly bank of a brook in a southeasterly direction to a point in the southwesterly shoreline of Tickle Bay at low water mark;

Then following the sinuosities of the southwesterly shoreline of the Tickle Bay at low water mark in a general southeasterly direction to a point being the northernmost angle of Bellevue Beach Provincial Park;

Then running along Bellevue Beach Provincial Park in a southeasterly direction along the line where the beach meets the cliff and along the northerly limit of the parking lot to a point in the easterly limit of that parking lot;

Then running along the easterly limit of the parking lot south 42° 7' west 78 metres, more or less, to a point on the northerly shoreline of Broad Lake at low water mark;

Then running along the northerly shoreline of Broad Lake at low water mark in a northwesterly direction to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 61 hectares, more or less.

Also all that other piece or parcel of land being Parcel "86-A" on Lands Branch Plan No. SP-88 and containing an area of 5.525 hectares, more or less, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the westerly limit of Chapel Arm-Bellevue Road , 30 metres wide, the point having reference from point number 29 of Bellevue Beach Provincial Park as shown on Lands Branch Plan No. SP-88 as follows:

South 73° 10' 5" west 12.08 metres;

Then south 86° 31' 35" west 18.27 metres to the principal point of beginning;

Then running by Crown land south 86° 31' 35" west 127.24 metres,

Then north 16° 25' 7" west 349.75 metres, more or less;

Then running by land claimed by Michael Dwyer north 67° 5' 28" east 127.46 metres, more or less;

Then running along the westerly limit of Chapel Arm-Bellevue Road south 25° 5' east 42.66 metres;

Then south 31° 35' 35" east 135.83 metres;

Then south 12° 2' 40" east 31.43 metres;

Then south 4° 45' 15" east 82.43 metres;

And that parcel of land being subject to a power line easement, 9 metres wide, extending through that land;

Also all that other piece or parcel of land being Parcel "86-B" on Lands Branch Plan No. SP-88 and containing an area of 8.319 hectares, more or less, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the westerly limit of Chapel Arm-Bellevue Road, 30 metres wide, the point being distant 34.77 metres as measured on a bearing of north 25° 5' west from the northeasterly angle of the described Parcel "86-A";

Then running by land claimed by Michael Dwyer south 67° 5' 28" west 122.18 metres;

Then running by Crown land north 16° 25' 7" west 703.90 metres;

Then north 69° 12' 25" east 96.87 metres, more or less;

Then running along the westerly limit of Chapel Arm-Bellevue Road south 25° 29' 30" east 299.14 metres;

Then south 6° 17' 45" east 212.48 metres;

Then south 12° 21' 50" east 64.71 metres;

Then south 25° 5' east 129.85 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land being subject to a power line easement, 9 metres wide, extending through that land;

The above described pieces or parcels of land containing, in all, an area of 74.84 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

              R.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Flatwater Pond Provincial Park situate and being at Flatwater Pond south of Baie Verte abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a survey marker set on the easterly limit of Route 410, 40 metres wide, the survey marker being distant 7,937.986 metres as measured on a bearing of south 9° 53' 27" west from Control Monument "Granite";

Then running by Crown land south 79° 51' 59" east 16.835 metres to a survey marker set on the westerly shoreline at low water mark of the Flatwater Pond;

Then following the sinuosities of the westerly shoreline at low water mark in a general southerly direction to a point in the northerly bank of a brook flowing into the southwest end of Flatwater Pond;

Then running along the northerly and westerly bank of the brook in general westerly and southerly directions for a distance of 135 metres, more or less;

Then running by Flatwater Pond Provincial Park north 86° 59' 10" west 115 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly limit of Route 410, 40 metres wide, north 7° 50" east 2,148.394 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 35.927 hectares, more or less;

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 56° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection NAD 27.

              S.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Jonathan's Pond Provincial Park situate and being at Jonathan's Pond abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the northerly limit of the highway, 30.48 metres wide, extending between the Trans Canada Highway and Gander Bay, the point having reference from point of intersection of the western boundary of Reid Lot 82 and the southern boundary of the Timber Licence issued to Mines and Forests (Newfoundland) Limited and registered in Volume 7, Folio 40 in the Registry of Crown Grants as follows:

Running along the southern boundary of the Timber Licence south 60° west 758.9 metres;

Then running along the northwestern side of the highway at a distance of 304.8 metres at a right angle from the centre line of the highway in a general northeasterly direction 7,513.3 metres;

Then south 40° 45' east 289.56 metres, more or less, to the principal point of beginning;

Then running along the northerly limit of the highway in a southwesterly direction for a distance of 1,012 metres, more or less, to the point of intersection of the northerly limit of the highway with the westerly bank of the brook flowing from the pond;

Then running along the westerly bank of brook in a general southerly direction to a point in the northerly shoreline of the pond;

Then running along the northerly and easterly shoreline of the pond in a general southeasterly direction to a point in the easterly bank of the brook flowing into the southerly end of that pond;

Then running along the easterly bank of the brook south 42° 35' east 270 metres, more or less;

Then running by Crown land north 49° 15' east 801 metres,

Then north 40° 45' west 1,642 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

Reserving, nevertheless, out of the above described piece or parcel of land the highway, 30.48 metres wide, extending between the Trans Canada Highway and Gander Bay extending through that land;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 103 hectares, more or less;

All bearings being referred to the True Meridian.

              T.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Grand Codroy Provincial Park situate and being at Doyles abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the northern limit of an old road, 20.12 metres wide, leading to Trans Canada Highway, that point having NAD 27 co-ordinates of north 5,299,544.415 metres and east 252,227.266 metres;

Then running along the northern limit of that old road north 28° 26' 4" east 26.07 metres;

Then north 43° 59' 50" east 106.007 metres,

Then north 52° 15' 52" east 179.603 metres,

Then north 51° 53' 7" east 117.496 metres;

Then running by land of Kevin Doyle north 28° 18' 25" west 210.636 metres;

Then running along the low water mark of Grand Codroy River in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 780 metres;

Then running by land of Grand Codroy Provincial Park south 34° 52' 20" west 126 metres, more or less;

Then running along the low water mark of a lagoon in general southerly, southwesterly and southeasterly directions for a distance of 280 metres, more or less;

Then running by land of John Gabriel Sr. Crown Lands Volume 54 Folio 119 south 33° 5' east 24.61 metres;

Then running along the northern limit of Grand Codroy Road, Route 52, 30 metres wide, north 56° 56' east 340 metres;

Then north 65° 7' east 53.05 metres;

Then running by land of Frederick White north 28° 32' west 100.94 metres;

Then north 61° 3' east 29.97 metres;

Then south 28° 43' east 6.81 metres;

Then south 89° 50' east 23.98 metres,

Then south 28° 29' east 77.48 metres;

Then running along the northern side of that old road north 61° 14' east 11.49 metres;

Then running by land of Rita Gabriel north 27° 29' west 54.46 metres,

Then north 66° 13' east 76.86 metres,

Then south 28° 19' east 59.17 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 23.6 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 58° 30' west longitude in the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection NAD 27.

              U.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Jack's Pond Provincial Park situate and being at Jack's Pond abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point, that point being distant 299.96 metres as measured on a bearing of north 36° 54' 50" east from Control Survey Monument No. 73104 having NAD 27 co-ordinates of north 5,291,981.99 metres and east 232,434.42 metres;

Then running along the centreline of the Cabot Highway, now abandoned, north 45° west 2 metres, more or less;

Then running along the northwesterly limit of the reservation, 10 metres wide, extending along the northwesterly bank of a stream, to a point being distant 411.29 metres, more or less, as measured on a bearing of north 49° 50' 39" east from the last mention point;

Then running along the southwesterly limit of the Trans Canada Highway, 60 metres wide, extending between Arnold's Cove and Southern Harbour to a point being distant 3,623.44 metres, more or less, as measured on a bearing of south 29° 2' 27" east from the last mentioned point;

Then running by land described in Commercial Lease No. 19863 issued by the Crown to Alphonsus P. Best now Texaco Canada Limited and by Crown land north 86° 25' 39" west 91.9 metres;

Then running by Crown lands north 62° 23' 11" west 458.4 metres;

Then running by land of Jack's Pond Provincial Park north 28° 1' 37" west 1,332.5 metres,

Then north 50° 46' 14" east 165 metres, more or less, to a point in the westerly shoreline of Jack's Pond;

Then running along the westerly and northerly shoreline of Jack's Pond in general northwesterly and northeasterly directions to a point being distant 1,201 metres, more or less, as measured on a bearing of north 17° 5' 57" west from the last mentioned point;

Then running by land of Jack's Pond Provincial Park north 16° 24' 50" east 40 metres, more or less;

Then running along the centreline of the Cabot Highway , now abandoned, in a general northwesterly direction to the point of beginning, the point being distant 765 metres as measured on a bearing of north 73° 35' 10" west from the last mentioned point.

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 257 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection NAD 27.

              V.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Marine Drive Provincial Park situate and being near Pouch Cove abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the westerly shore of Rocky Pond, that point having co-ordinates of north 5,287,442.35 metres and east 319,281.89 metres;

Then running by Crown land north 55° 28' 14" west 327.01 metres,

Then south 74° 1' 30" west 1,327.92 metres,

Then north 41° 11' 7" west 552.49 metres to a point on the shoreline of Conception Bay at low water;

Then running along the shoreline of Conception Bay at low water to the point of beginning, the point having scaled co-ordinates of north 5,288,645 metres and east 317,769 metres;

Then running by Marine Drive Provincial Park in a southeasterly direction to a point in the southerly shoreline of a gully having scaled co-ordinates of north 5,288,097 metres and east 318,272 metres;

Then running in an easterly direction to a point on the westerly limit of the Pouch Cove Road, 30 metres wide, the point having scaled co-ordinates of north 5,288,066 metres and east 319,369 metres;

Then running along that westerly limit of the Pouch Cove Road in a northerly direction to a point having scaled co-ordinates of north 5,288,752 metres and east 319,765 metres;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to a point on the northerly shoreline of another gully, that point having scaled co-ordinates of north 5,289,042 metres and east 319,308 metres;

Then running in a westerly direction to a point on the northerly shoreline of another gully, the point having scaled co-ordinates of north 5,289,103 metres and east 318,691 metres;

Then running in a westerly direction to a point on the shoreline of Conception Bay at low water, that point having scaled co-ordinates of north 5,289,164 metres and east 317,967 metres;

Then running along the shoreline of Conception Bay at low water in a general southerly direction to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 165.5 hectares, more or less;

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

             W.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Fitzgerald's Pond Provincial Park situate and being on the southern side of Argentia Access Road, at Fitzgerald's Pond abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point, that point being a brass plaque cemented in rock having co-ordinates of north 5,242,091.95 metres and east 248,365.95 metres that point being distant 2,100.9 metres as measured on a bearing of south 22° 4' 17" east from Control Monument No. 82310;

Then running by Crown lands north 58° 30' 13" east 1,834.34 metres,

Then north 58° 12' 51" east 2,337.62 metres,

Then north 1° 17' 40" west 1,131.63 metres, more or less;

Then running by the southern limit of the Argentia Access Road, 30 metres wide, extending between the Trans Canada Highway and Dunville to a point on the southerly limit having scaled co-ordinates of north 5,244,950 metres and east 249,308 metres;

Then running by land of Fitzgerald's Pond Provincial Park in a southeasterly direction along the easterly bank of a small brook to a point on the northerly shoreline of Fitzgerald's Pond having scaled co-ordinates of north 5,244,431 metres and east 249,616 metres;

Then running along the northerly shoreline of Fitzgerald's Pond at low water in a westerly direction to a point on the westerly shoreline of Fitzgerald's Pond;

Then running along the northerly bank of a brook in a westerly direction to a point on that northerly bank having scaled co-ordinates of north 5,242,405 metres and east 247,850 metres;

Then running by Crown land south 58° 39' 45" east 603.7 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 650 hectares, more or less;

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

              X.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Windmill Bight Provincial Park situate and being at Windmill Bight abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the easterly limit of the Main Highway, 40 metres wide, extending between Wesleyville and Lumsden, the point being distant 687.753 metres as measured on a bearing of north 10° 22' 24" east from the centre of the bridge spanning Windmill Brook crossing the Main Highway;

Then running along the easterly limit of the main Highway to a point being distant 569.382 metres as measured on a bearing of south 8° 6' 24" west from the last mentioned point;

Then running by land in possession of Jack Green south 79° 14' east 60.96 metres,

Then south 11° 46' west 60.96 metres,

Then south 81° 8' 40" east 58.706 metres, more or less;

Then running along the northerly limit of the reservation, 10 metres wide, extending along the northerly bank of Windmill Brook to a point being distant 126.633 metres, more or less, as measured on a bearing of south 82° 39' 9" west from the last mentioned point;

Then running along that easterly limit of the Main Highway south 11° 9' 5" west 44.752 metres, more or less;

Then running by land of Douglas Tiller north 88° 29' 36" east 23.384 metres,

Then south 73° 12' 56" east 45.395 metres,

Then north 65° 16' 16" east 29.438 metres,

Then north 81° 16' 28" east 5.959 metres,

Then south 20° 30' 13" east 74.317 metres,

Then south 68° 17' 40" west 81.607 metres,

Then south 73° 31' 32" west 36.444 metres,

Then south 76° 21' 19" west 40.96 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly limit of the Main Highway south 10° 21' 11" west 237.546 metres, more or less;

Then running by land in possession of David Troke south 79° 28' 40" east 88.392 metres;

Then running by land of Windmill Bight Provincial Park north 46° 30' east 1,000 metres;

Then north 30° west 108 metres;

Then following the sinuosities of the easterly bank of Windmill Brook in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of approximately 500 metres to a point of that easterly bank of Windmill Brook;

Then running through the mouth of the Windmill Brook to a point on the southerly shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean at low water;

Then running through the northerly reservation on the Windmill Brook north 63° 34' 50" west 10 metres;

Then running by Crown lands south 19° 16' 17" west 162.38 metres,

Then north 85° 26' 29" west 390.52 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 50 hectares, more or less;

All bearings being magnetic.

              Y.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Jipujijkuei Kuespem Provincial Park situate and being at River Pond abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the westerly limit of the Bay d'Espoir Highway, 40 metres wide, that point being the point of intersection of the westerly limit of the Bay d'Espoir Highway with the southerly shoreline of River Pond;

Then running in a westerly direction along the southerly shoreline of River Pond to a point in the centre of the brook flowing from the west end of River Pond;

Then running in an easterly direction along the northerly shoreline of River Pond for a distance of 1,140 metres, more or less;

Then running by Jipujijkuei Kuespem Provincial Park north 24° west 400 metres;

Then north 75° 30' east 1,440 metres, more or less, to a point in the before mentioned westerly limit of Bay d'Espoir Highway;

Then running in a southerly direction along the westerly limit of the Bay d'Espoir Highway to the point of beginning.

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 212 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

              Z.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Duley Lake Provincial Park situate and being at Walsh River near Labrador City abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the westerly shore of Long Lake, that being Post No. 1 of Newfoundland Labrador Mining Block 23 and having co-ordinates of north 29,599.10 metres and east 14,768.54 metres from Geodetic Station "Lucky" having assigned co-ordinates of north 30,480 metres and east 30,480 metres;

Then running by that Mining Block 23 south 43° 41' 24" west 536.70 metres;

Then running by Duley Lake Provincial Park south 82° 8' west 1,713.02 metres, more or less;

Then running by Mining Block 55 north 4° 41' 40" east 1,384.78 metres;

Then north 70° 48' 10" east 133.68 metres, more or less;

Then running along the southerly bank of Walsh River in a general easterly direction 3,092.9 metres;

Then running along that westerly shore of Long Lake in a general southwesterly direction 915 metres;

Then south 40° 42' 39" west 168.47 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 192.1 hectares, more or less;

All bearings referred to the true meridian.

           AA.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Freshwater Pond Park situate and being at Freshwater Pond near Burin abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point, it being the centre line intersection of the Lewin's Cove Highroad and the road to Freshwater Pond;

Then in a westerly direction a distance of 1,072.9 metres more or less along the centre line of the road to Freshwater Pond;

Then at right angles in a northerly direction a distance of 5.5 metres to a 2 millimetre by 76 millimetre steel pin, it being the point of commencement;

Then north 27° 30' east over land owned by Ed Moulton and Crown Land, a distance of 2,386 metres to a steel pin planted on the limit of the Winterland Highroad;

Then north 62° 30' west over Crown land a distance of 759.3 metres to a 2 millimetre by 76 millimetre steel pin planted on the low water line of Freshwater Pond;

Then in a southerly direction along the sinuosities of the Freshwater Pond to a 2 millimetre by 76 millimetre steel pin planted on the low water line of the Freshwater Pond at Birchy Point being south 31° 26' west a distance of 2,392.9 metres from the preceding point;

Then in a westerly direction along the sinuosities of the Freshwater Pond to a 2 millimetre by 76 millimetre steel pin planted on the low water line of Freshwater Pond on the south side of Shearstick Brook and being north 57° 53' west a distance of 2,647.8 metres from the preceding point;

Then in a southerly direction along the sinuosities of the Shearstick Brook to a 2 millimetre by 76 millimetre steel pin planted on the east side of the Shearstick Brook, it being south 29° 30' west a distance of 1,583.3 metres;

Then south 72° 30' west a distance of 1,226.5 metres from the preceding point;

Then south 62° 30' east over Crown land a distance of 4,485.4 metres to a 2 millimetre by 76 millimetre steel pin;

Then north 27° 30' east over Crown land and land owned by Wallace Pike a distance of 2,238.1 metres to the point of commencement;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 892.1 hectares, more or less.

All bearings are magnetic 1971.

           BB.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Holyrood Pond Provincial Park situate and being at Holyrood Pond near Gaskiers abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the easterly limit of the highway, 30 metres wide extending between Gaskiers and St. Vincents, the point being distant 108.17 metres as measured on a bearing of south 54° 44' 37" west from Crown Land Surveys Monument No. 819049;

Then running by Crown land south 34° 21' 42" east 187 metres, more or less;

Then running along the northwesterly shoreline of Holyrood Pond, more or less to a point in the westerly limit of a road leading to the Holyrood Pond and being distant 2,220.2 metres as measured on a bearing of north 51° 41' 51" east from the last mentioned point;

Then running along the westerly limit of a road 20.1 metres wide, leading to the Holyrood Pond to a point being distant 632.3 metres as measured on a bearing of north 25° 26" west from the last mentioned point;

Then running by Crown lands south 66° 2' 35" west 22.8 metres;

Then south 84° 5' 44" west 254.3 metres;

Then south 74° 11' 23" west 75 metres;

Then south 76° 4' 9" west 155.4 metres;

Then south 83° 47' 48" west 64.9 metres;

Then north 89° 44' 29" west 114.9 metres;

Then north 87° 7' 52" west 192.1 metres;

Then south at 61° 51' 53" west 179.8 metres;

Then south 61° 54' 32" west 271.8 metres;

Then south 70° 23' 49" west 195.5 metres;

Then north 75° 44' 45" west 157.1 metres;

Then south 79° 55' 23" west 295.2 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly limit of the highway, more or less, to the point of beginning being distant 1,565.8 metres as measured on a bearing south 8° 9' 32" east from the last mentioned point;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 225.8 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

           CC.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Indian Cove Neck Provincial Park situate and being at Indian Arm near Comfort Cove abutted and abounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the westerly limit of the highway 20.11 metres wide leading to Newstead the point being the southeasterly angle of land transferred by the Crown to the Department of Transport (Canada) under Executive Council No. 208-'61;

Then running by the land north 77° 34' west 444.6 metres;

Then running by Crown land south 62° 6' west 215 metres;

Then running along the northeasterly shoreline of Indian Cove at low water mark to a point being distant 637.4 metres as measured on a bearing of south 25° 21' east from the last mentioned point;

Then running by land claimed by one Marshall north 89° 8' east 355.6 metres, more or less;

Then running along the westerly limit of the highway leading to Newstead to the point of beginning which point being distant 575.7 metres, more or less, as measured on a bearing of north 25' west from the last mentioned point;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 28.7 hectares, more or less;

All bearings being referred to the true meridian.

           DD.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Jiggin' Head Provincial Park situate and being at Indian Arm near Summerville abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the northwesterly limit of the Old Cabot Highway, 30 metres wide, extending between Plate Cove and Summerville, that point being distant 98.02 metres as measured on a bearing of north 43° 26' 51" east from Control Monument No. 834053;

Then running along the northwesterly limit of the Old Cabot Highway south 13° 43' 25" west 102.5 metres;

Then south 21° 38' 41" west 43.57 metres;

Then south 34° 39' 55" west 96.37 metres;

Then south 29° 18' 20" west 71.72 metres;

Then running by Crown lands north 35° 28' 50" west 162.45 metres;

Then north 28° 43' 35" west 98.89 metres;

Then north 64° 12' 45" east 208.72 metres;

Then south 71° 38' 25" east 88.71 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 4.507 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

           EE.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Mummichog Provincial Park situate and being at Little Codroy River near St. Andrews abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the northeastern shoreline of Muddy Hole where the northerly limit of the old highway, 20.1 metres wide, extending between Tompkins and Channel intersects the northeastern shoreline of Muddy Hole;

Then running along the northerly limit of the highway in an easterly direction 371.9 metres;

Then turning and running north 478.5 metres, more or less, to a point in the southeasterly shoreline of Little Codroy River;

Then following the shoreline in general westerly, northeasterly and southwesterly directions to a point in the shoreline at the northerly entrance of Muddy Hold;

Then following the shoreline in general easterly, northeasterly, southwesterly and easterly directions to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 81.06 hectares, more or less;

Also all that piece or parcel of land situate and being near Muddy Hole, Little Codroy River and described as follows:

Beginning at a point in the southerly limit of the old highway, 20.1 metres wide, extending between Tompkins and Channel, the point being distant 237.7 metres as measured in an easterly direction along the southerly limit from its intersection with the northeastern shoreline of Muddy Hole;

Then running south 46° 30' east 301.8 metres, more or less;

Then running in a northerly direction along the westerly limit of the Trans Canada Highway, 30.48 metres wide, 131.1 metres;

Then running north 46° 30' west 256 metres, more or less;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the southerly limit of the old highway 137.2 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning excepting nevertheless out of the above described piece or parcel of land the right-of-way 30.48 metres wide, of the Canadian National Railways;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 3.14 hectares, more or less.

All bearings are magnetic.

            FF.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Cochrane Pond Provincial Park situate and being at Cochrane Pond near St. John's abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the southeasterly limit of the access ramp, 36 metres wide, the point being distant 1,854.578 metres as measured on a bearing of south 59° 9' 40" west from Control Monument No. 38021;

Then running along the southwesterly limit of the access ramp south 27° 25' 50" west 59.945 metres;

Then south 41° 34' 20" west 145.86 metres;

Then south 44° 29' 1" west 388.271 metres;

Then running by Crown land south 45° 31' 10" east 271.766 metres;

Then north 70° 59' east 250.029 metres;

Then north 62° 40' 20" east 31.87 metres, more or less to a point in the shoreline of Cochrane Pond at low water, that point having co-ordinates of north 5,258,845.174 metres and east 314,277.153 metres;

Then running along that shoreline of Cochrane Pond at low water in general northwesterly and northeasterly direction to a point having co-ordinates of north 5,259,112.051 metres and east 314,813.649 metres;

Then running by Crown land north 37° 25' east 20.5 metres, more or less;

Then running by land granted by the Crown to Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation and registered in Volume 142, Folio 146 in the Registry of Crown Grants north 9° 54' 50" west 142.344 metres;

Then running by that land and by land described in Lease No. 70929 issued by the Crown to Canadian Marconi north 58° 35' 50" west 555.544 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning, the above described piece or parcel of land being subject to a pole line easement 5.48 metres wide extending through the land.

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 27.131 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

           GG.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Black Bank Provincial Park situate and being at Black Bank near Stephenville Crossing abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point being distant 61 metres as measured on a bearing of south 55° 19' west from the point of intersection of the centre line of the Canadian National Railways right of way, 20 metres wide extending between Stephenville Crossing and St. George's with the centre line of the highway, 20 metres wide, extending between Stephenville Crossing and St. Georges;

Then running by land in possession of the Newfoundland Telephone Company Limited and by Crown land north 55° 11' west 105.2 metes, more or less;

Then running along the northwesterly shore of St. George's Bay at low water mark to a point being distant 396.6 metres as measured on a bearing of north 35° 9' east from the last mentioned point;

Then running by Crown land and by land claimed by Mrs. J. Seibert south 55° 11' east 164 metres, more or less;

Then running by the northwesterly limit of that road south 45° 28' west 329.2 metres;

Then south 24° west 37.15 metres, more or less;

Then running along the northwesterly limit of the Canadian National Railway's right of way south 45° 45' west 59.3 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 5.18 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

          HH.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Blue Pond Provincial Park situate and being at Blue Ponds near Corner Brook abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the southeasterly limit of the Trans Canada Highway, 60 metres wide, that point having reference from Monument No. 2 as follows:

South 26° 37' 30" east 61.735 metres;

Then south 28° 8' 31" east 1.857 metres, more or less, to the principal point of beginning;

Then running by Crown land south 28° 8' 31" east 460.336 metres;

Then south 28° 6' 33" east 483.243 metres, more or less;

Then running along the northwesterly limit of a Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro transmission line easement, 38.1 metres wide, south 64° 30' 8' west 126.386 metres;

Then south 56° 17' 55" west 1,663.493 metres;

Then running by Crown land north 38° 2' 30" west 526.31 metres, more or less;

Then running along the southeasterly limit of the Trans Canada Highway following the arc of a curve to the left, having a radius of 620.27 metres to a point being distant 349.859 metres as measured on a bearing of north 58° 8' 1" east from the last mentioned point;

Then north 41° 45' 10" east 1,622.426 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 125.1526 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

             II.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Pasadena Beach Provincial Park situate and being on the shore of Deer Lake at Pasadena abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point having reference from the centre of the concrete bridge spanning Blue Gulch Brook crossing the Canadian National Railway as follows:

South 52° 55' west 62.5 metres;

Then south 56° 27' 30" west 270.1 metres;

Then north 37° 43' 25" west 22.5 metres to the principal point of beginning;

Then running by land in possession of William Hann north 37° 43' 25" west 61 metres, more or less;

Then running along the shore of Deer Lake at low water mark to a point, the point being distant 325.9 metres as measured on a bearing of south 80° 17' 44" west from the last mentioned point;

Then running along the east bank of South Brook to a point, that point being distant 197.8 metres as measured on a bearing of south 18° 1' 47" west from the last mentioned point;

Then running by land granted by the Crown to Joseph Ryan and registered in Volume 123, Folio 36 in the Registry of Crown Grants north 48° 33' 10" east 129.8 metres;

Then north 80° 53' 10" east 38.1 metres;

Then north 50° 56' 36" east 29.9 metres;

Then running by land in possession of Joseph Ryan south 27° 10' 45" east 51.7 metres;

Then running along the northern limit of a road north 62° 49' 15" east 113.7 metres;

Then south 88° 21' 25" east 53.9 metres;

Then north 39° 10' 15" east 60.5 metres;

Then north 51° 22' 15" east 58.5 metres;

Then north 55° 56' 35" east 5.79 metres to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 4.8 hectares more or less;

All bearings being referred to the True Meridian.

             JJ.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Rattle Falls Provincial Park situate and being at Southern Bay near Princeton abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the southern limit of the Cabot Highway, 40 metres wide, extending between Port Rexton and Lethbridge the point having co-ordinates of north 5,361,716.14 metres and east 260,426.35 metres;

Then running by Crown Land south 22° 39' 44" east 275.03 metres, more or less;

Then running by land described in Lease No. 32066 issued by the Crown to Newfoundland Light and Power Co. Limited south 70° 39' 4" west 1,008.73 metres, more or less;

Then running by the southeasterly limit of Ocean Pond Road 15 metres wide extending between the Cabot Highway and Ocean Pond to a point in the southerly limit of the Cabot Highway that point being distant 380.51 metres, more or less, as measured on a bearing of north 32° 34' 9" east from the last mentioned point;

Then running by the southerly limit of the Cabot Highway north 67° 21' 37" east 694.45 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

Reserving nevertheless out of the above described piece or parcel of land a power line 8 metres wide extending through the land;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 20.76 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

           KK.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Thorburn Lake Provincial Park situate and being at Thorburn Lake near Clarenville abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the westerly limit of the Trans Canada Highway 60.96 wide extending between Port Blandford and Clarenville, the point being distant 507.6 metres as measured on a bearing of south 32° 19' 44" east from Crown Land Surveys Monument No. 634076;

Then running along the westerly limit of the highway north 32° 45' west 835.4 metres;

Then north 32° 49' west 522.6 metres;

Then north 38° 31' west 81.2 metres;

Then north 49° west 129.3 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly shore of Thorburn Lake to a point 1,406.1 metres as measured on a bearing south 27° 15' east from the last mentioned point;

Then running by a portion of the reservation extending along the easterly shore of Thorburn Lake and by land described in Lease No. 27109 issued by the Crown to F. Tilley south 60° 3' east 182.9 metres;

Then running by land occupied by F. Tilley north 57° 30' east 95 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 34.6 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

           LL.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Three Mile Lake Provincial Park situate and being at Three Mile Lake near Bartlett's Harbour abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Begging at a point in the southeasterly limit of the Northern Peninsula Highway, 40 metres wide, extending between the Reels Harbour intersection and Plum Point, that point being distant 20.27 metres as measured on a bearing of south 54° 19' 23" east from the point of intersection of the westerly prolongation of the centre line of the abandoned woods road 20 metres with the centre line of the Northern Peninsula Highway, the intersection being located approximately 9.1 kilometres southwest of the intersection of the Northern Peninsula Highway with Route 432 leading to Main Brook;

Then running along the southeasterly limit of the Northern Peninsula Highway to a point being distant 215.94 metres as measured on a bearing of south 33° 9' 47" west from the last mentioned point;

Then running by Crown Lands south 49° 44' 1" east 57.48 metres;

Then south 57° 14' 26" east 37 metres, more or less;

Then running along the shoreline of Three Mile Lake in a general northeasterly direction approximately 700 metres;

Then in a general southeasterly direction approximately 275 metres;

Then in a general southwesterly direction approximately 510 metres to a point that point being distant 525.69 metres as measured on a bearing of south 57° 14' 26" east from the last mentioned point;

Then running by Crown Lands south 57° 14' 26" east 13 metres;

Then south 63° 31' 4" east 227.02 metres, more or less;

Then running through the limit of the abandoned woods road south 63° 33' 9' east 10.38 metres, more or less;

Then running along the centre line of that road north 42° 6' 10" east 93.99 metres;

Then north 34° 22' 27" east 43.30 metres;

Then north 24° 25' 14" east 38.51 metres;

Then north 12° 12' 47" east 37.13 metres;

Then north 2° 20' 30" east 62.73 metres

Then north 7° 51' 39" east 131.79 metres;

Then north 22° 44' 1" east 84.77 metres;

Then north 11° 3' 12" east 25.67 metres;

Then north 4° 40' 46" west 35.87 metres;

Then north 12° 59' 28" west 47.24 metres;

Then north 25° 24' 8" west 30.75 metres;

Then north 37° 5' 31" west 68.19 metres;

Then north 32° 58' 58" west 98.18 metres;

Then north 60° 24' 19" west 47.36 metres;

Then north 72° 38' 10" west 47.60 metres;

Then north 87° 24' 57" west 28.67 metres;

Then south 71° 5' 32" west 33.70 metres;

Then south 62° 1' 26" west 41.12 metres;

Then south 51° 31' 42" west 74.28 metres;

Then south 89° 17' 2" west 133.49 metres;

Then south 82° 4' 43" west 66.21 metres;

Then south 77° west 92.23 metres;

Then south 87° 19' 37" west 132.20 metres;

Then running through the limit of the abandoned woods road south 40° 47' 55" west 12.16 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

Reserving nevertheless out of the above described piece or parcel of land a portion of the abandoned woods road extending around the land;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 14.5 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

         MM.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Beothuck Provincial Park situate and being at Big Rushy Pond near Grand Falls abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at the point of intersection of the southern bank of the river flowing out of Rushy Pond with the northern limit of the right-of-way, 30.5 metres wide, of Canadian National Railway;

Then running along the northern limit of the right-of-way south 52° 35' east 1,633.7 metres;

Then turning and running north 17° 10' east 216.4 metres, more or less, to the southern shore of Little Rushy Pond;

Then running across Little Rushy Pond north 11° 1' west 472.4 metres to a point on the northern shore of that pond;

Then turning and running north 35° west 342.9 metres, more or less, to the southern shore of Big Rushy Pond;

Then turning and running along the southern shore in a general southwesterly direction 1,798.3 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 74.6 hectares.

All bearings are magnetic.

           NN.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Catamaran Provincial Park situate and being at Joe's Lake near Badger abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the easterly limit of the Trans Canada Highway, 60.96 metres wide, extending between South Brook and Badger, that point being distant 2,250.362 metres as measured on a bearing of north 6° 14' 35" west from Control Monument No. 76G2345;

Then running along the easterly limit of the Trans Canada Highway north 38° 16' 40" west 118.490 metres;

Then north 38° 3' 20" west 479.547 metres;

Then north 37° 40" west 130.382 metres;

Then north 25° 51' 20" west 132.857 metres;

Then north 11° 3' 20" west 157.584 metres;

Then north 3° 42' 20" east 124.601 metres;

Then north 16° 23' 20" east 120.443 metres;

Then north 25° 14' east 126.282 metres;

Then north 25° 42' 40" east 248.479 metres, more or less;

Then following the sinuosities of the westerly shoreline of Joe's Lake at low water mark in a general southeasterly direction to a point being distant 1,267.605 metres, more or less, as measured on a bearing of south 19° 40' east from the last mentioned point;

Then running by Crown land and by granted land north 88° 39' 20" west 37.898 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly limit of the old highway, 20 metres wide, to a point being distant 105.136 metres as measured on a bearing of south 23° 43' 20" west from the last mentioned point;

Then running by leased and granted Crown land south 5° 58' 20" west 138.674 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 41.569 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 56° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

           OO.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Gushues Pond Provincial Park situate and being at Brigus Junction near Brigus abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point near Brigus Junction Trans Canada Highway Overpass, that point being the intersection of the western limit of the Trans Canada Highway, 61 metres wide, the northerly limit of the Canadian National Railway's right-of-way, 61 metres wide;

Then running along the northerly limit of the Canadian National Railway's right-of-way in a general westerly direction 963.2 metres, more or less, to its intersection with the southeasterly prolongation of the northeasterly limit of a power transmission line, 15.2 metres wide, extending between Seal Cove and Argentia;

Then running along the southeasterly prolongation and along the northeasterly limit in a general northwesterly direction 1,264.9 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly limit of a station lot, 61 metres wide, of the Canadian National Railway's Carbonear Branch in a general northerly direction 484.6 metres, more or less;

Then turning and running north 72° 30' west 22.9 metres;

Then running along the easterly limit of the Canadian National Railway's Carbonear Branch right-of-way, 15.2 metres wide, in a general northerly direction 771.1 metres, more or less;

Then running along the westerly limit of the Trans Canada Highway in a general southeasterly direction 2,478 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning, excepting nevertheless out of the above described area that part of the power transmission line, 15.2 metres wide, contained in it;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing 178.9 hectares, more or less.

All bearings are referred to the true meridian.

            PP.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Indian River Provincial Park situate and being at Springdale Junction near Springdale abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the northerly limit of the Trans Canada Highway, 61 metres wide, extending between Grand Falls and Deer Lake, that point being distant 1,260.5 metres as measured on a bearing of north 42° 41' 41" west from the point of intersection of the southwesterly prolongation of the centre line of the highway leading to Springdale with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running by land in possession of the Department of Works, Services and Transportation north 15° 48' east 1,779.7 metres;

Then north 30° 57' west 123.5 metres;

Then north 18° 20' east 77.6 metres;

Then running along the southerly bank of Indian River to a point being distant 1,449.5 metres, more or less, as measured on a bearing of south 72° 31' west from the last mentioned point;

Then running along the northerly limit of the Trans Canada Highway to the point of beginning being distant 1,372.6 metres, more or less, as measured on a bearing of north 85° 22' east from the last mentioned point;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 28.6 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

           QQ.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Northern Bay Sands Provincial Park situate and being at Northern Bay near Bay de Verde abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the high water mark of Conception Bay, that point having co-ordinates of north 5,310,343.8 metres and east 299,182.9 metres;

Then running along the westerly limit of a right-of-way, 4.8 metres wide, south 12° 35' west 39 metres;

Then south 27° 50' west 24.4 metres;

Then south 41° 51' west 80.5 metres, more or less;

Then running in a northwesterly direction along the northerly limit of an abandoned section of the old highway, 20.1 metres wide, extending between Ochre Pit Cove and Western Bay 104.2 metres, more or less;

Then running across that old highway south 21° 55' west 20.1 metres, more or less;

Then running along the southerly limit of that abandoned highway in a general westerly direction 40.8 metres, more or less;

Then running along the westerly embankment of Harold's Brook south 30° 21' west 140.5 metres;

Then running along the easterly limit of the new highway extending between Ochre Pit Cove and Western Bay in a northwesterly direction 253 metres, more or less;

Then running by land occupied by Luke Hogan south 88° 42' east 24.6 metres;

Then north 54° 44' east 14.4 metres;

Then in a general northwesterly direction 54.3 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly limit of that new highway in a general northerly direction 483.1 metres, more or less;

Then running along the southerly embankment of Northern Bay Brook in a general easterly direction 146.3 metres, more or less;

Then running by Crown land in a general easterly direction 18.3 metres;

Then following the sinuosities of Conception Bay at low water mark in a general southerly direction 624.8 metres;

Then running by Crown land south 12° 35' west 13.7 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 13.6 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

           RR.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Picadilly Head Provincial Park situate and being at Picadilly near Port au Port abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the easterly limit of the Main Highway, 20 metres wide, that point being an iron pin having co-ordinates of north 5,382,554.79 metres and east 274,994.58 metres;

Then running along that easterly limit of the Main Highway north 7° 56' 36" east a distance of 103.05 metres;

Then in a northwesterly direction to a point, that point having co-ordinates of north 5,383,231 metres and east 274,861.46 metres;

Then running by land of Karl McIsaac north 23° 38' 32" east 43.94 metres;

Then north 60° 1' 24" east 15.32 metres;

Then north 18° 17' 47" west 41.36 metres;

Then north 6° 11' 41" west 22.02 metres;

Then north 50° 4' 58" west 27.39 metres;

Then north 33' 27" west 32.17 metres;

Then north 43° 20' 11" west 5.78 metres, more or less;

Then running by land of Clyde McIsaac north 6° 42' 12" west 3.07 metres;

Then north 26° 18' 47" east 12.50 metres;

Then north 7° 55' 39" east 95.77 metres;

Then running by land of Clyde McIsaac, land of Charles Bennett, land of Patrick Hinks and land of Thomas Bennett north 85° 23' 41" east 252.08 metres;

Then running by the land of Thomas Bennett south 3° 46' 58" west 36.73 metres, more or less;

Then running along that northeasterly limit of the Main Highway north 64° 31' 6" west 73.28 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly bank of a stream north 15° 11' 6" west 92 metres, more or less, to a point in the low water mark of the waters of West Bay, that point having co-ordinates of north 5,283,607.02 metres and east 272,526.19 metres;

Then running along the shoreline at the low water by the waters of West Bay in an easterly direction to the northernmost point of South Head;

Then continuing along the shoreline at low water of the waters of Piccadilly Bay in a general southwesterly direction to a point having co-ordinates of north 5,382,550.16 metres and east 275,027.76 metres;

Then running by land of the R.C. Episcopal Corporation north 82° 3' 24" west 33.50 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning.

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 42 hectares, more or less, and being more particularly shown on the Department of Forest Resources and Lands Plan No. S.P. 166 dated August, 1984.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 58° 30' west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

            SS.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being River of Ponds Provincial Park situate and being at River of Ponds near River of Ponds Lake abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the southerly limit of the Great Northern Peninsula Highway, that point being distant 441.39 metres as measured on a bearing of north 86° 11' 29" west from the centre of the bridge spanning River of Ponds crossing the Great Northern Peninsula Highway;

Then running along the southerly limit of the highway south 82° 43' 40" west 88.32 metres;

Then south 67° 4' 40" west 286.41 metres;

Then running by Crown lands south 40° 42' 43" west 736.02 metres;

Then south 17° 46' 51" west 571.62 metres, more or less;

Then running along the shoreline of a pond south 54° 33' 30" east 328.86 metres;

Then south 4° 10' 42" west 112.71 metres;

Then south 47° 7' 24" west 63.59 metres;

Then running by Crown lands north 77° 11' 36" east 367.72 metres;

Then south 66° 50' 49" east 752.26 metres, more or less;

Then running along the bank of River of Ponds north 17° 30" west 144.06 metres;

Then north 8° 4' 18" west 257.97 metres;

Then north 4° 22' 12" east 265.30 metres;

Then running along the shoreline of River of Ponds north 73° 24' 42" west 123.52 metres;

Then north 7° 18' 6" west 120.96 metres;

Then north 56° 16' 42" west 73.59 metres;

Then north 38° 29' 6" west 119.68 metres;

Then north 26° 56' 30" west 229.87 metres;

Then north 13° 17' 42" west 40.47 metres;

Then north 13° 2' 12" east 75.41 metres;

Then north 38° 30' 24" east 163.25 metres;

Then north 68° 45' 6" east 71.01 metres;

Then north 51° 2' 24" east 92.89 metres;

Then north 15° 47' 52" east 84.76 metres;

Then north 1° 48' 44" west 112.98 metres, more or less;

Then running by land now or formerly in possession of Llewellyn Patey north 38° 34' 32" west 149.57 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 119.92 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

           TT.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Sop's Arm Provincial Park being on an island containing an area of 9.7 hectares situate and being at the mouth of Main Brook, Sop's Arm White Bay and being part of land described in Crown Grant No. 19468 registered in Volume 98, Folio 13 in the Registry of Crown Grants, in the name of H.J. Crowe, excepting nevertheless out of that piece or parcel of land a right-of-way, 30.5 metres wide, for the highway leading to Sop's Arm.

           UU.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being David Smallwood Provincial Park situate and being at Middle Brook near Gambo as shown on a plan of survey as registered in the Registry of Crown Titles as S.P. No. 121, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point being the northwest angle of land granted by the Crown to Walter Pritchett and registered Volume 92, Folio 40 in the Registry of Crown Grants, that point being distant 697.559 metres as measured on a bearing of north 76° 47' 50" west from Control Monument No. 7602770;

Then running by the land granted to Walter Pritchett south 34° 7' 57" west 96.688, more or less;

Then running by Crown land, by land in possession of Frank Pritchett, by land in possession of Augustus Pritchett and by land in possession of Edward Pritchett north 87° 21' 48" west 109.406 metres;

Then running by the land in possession of Edward Pritchett south 7° 51' 42" west 23.375 metres, more or less;

Then running along the northeasterly limit of Butts Pond Road, 20 metres wide, to a point being distant 962.441 metres, more or less, as measured on a bearing of north 66° 45' 51" west from the last mentioned point;

Then running along the southeasterly limit of a proposed highway, 40 metres wide, north 66° 1' 23" east 65.794 metres;

Then running along the arc of a curve to the left having a radius of 459.783 metres a distance of 350.145 metres;

Then north 22° 23' 23" east 60 metres, more or less;

Then running along the southerly bank of Middle Brook at low water mark to a point being distant 822.679 metres as measured on a bearing of south 84° 4' 45" east from the last mentioned point;

Then running by land granted by the Crown to George B. Jerrett and registered in Volume 65A, Folio 175 in the Registry of Crown Grants south 34° 7' 56" west 483.246 metres;

Then running by the Fisher Subdivision, by land granted by the Crown to John Collins and registered in Volume 69, Folio 163 in the Registry of Crown Grants, along the southerly extremity of the road reservation, 10 metres wide, and by land granted by the Crown to John J. Feltham and registered in Volume 94, Folio 197 in the Registry of Crown Grants south 55° 52' 3" east 220.754 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning, the above described piece or parcel of land being subject to a pole line easement, 15 metres wide, extending through that land;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 50.656 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

           VV.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Square Pond Provincial Park situate and being at Square Pond near Gander abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at the point of intersection of the southwesterly limit of the Trans Canada Highway, 30.5 metres wide, extending between Gambo and Gander and the southeasterly bank of Middle Brook flowing out of Square Pond;

Then running along the southwesterly limit of the highway south 39° 30' east 1,238.1 metres;

Then turning and running south 50° 35' west 544.1 metres to a point on the northeasterly shore of Square Pond;

Then running along that shore of the pond and along the southeasterly bank of Middle Brook in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 2,518.3 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 38.6 hectares.

All bearings are magnetic.

         WW.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Backside Pond Provincial Park situate and being at Greens Harbour near Whiteway abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point formed by the intersection of the northern limit of the Trinity South Highway, 30.5 metres wide, with the eastern limit of an abandoned Canadian National Railway's right-of-way, 15.2 metres wide, that point having co-ordinates of north 29,904.3 metres and east 30,922.8 metres as referred to Crown Land Survey Marker No. 83220 having assumed co-ordinates of north 30,480 metres and east 30,480 metres;

Then by the eastern and northern limit of the Canadian National Railway's right-of-way in a general northerly, westerly and northerly direction to a point in the shoreline of Backside Pond, that point having co-ordinates of north 30,912.7 metres and east 30,857 metres;

Then by Crown land north 73° 11' west 773.3 metres to a point in the shoreline of Trinity Bay at low water ordinary spring tides, that point having co-ordinates of north 31,314.1 metres and east 30,116.9 metres;

Then by the waters of Trinity Bay at low water ordinary spring tides to a point having co-ordinates of north 32,772.7 metres and east 32,144.8 metres;

Then by Crown land south 45° 30' east 1,462.4 metres to a point in the western limit of the Trinity South Highway, that point having co-ordinates of north 31,740.6 metres and east 33,195.1 metres;

Then by the western limit of the Trinity South Highway in a general southwesterly direction to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 562.5 hectares.

All bearings being referred to magnetic north.

           XX.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Eastport North Provincial Park situate and being at Eastport near Eastport Bay abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the easterly limit of the Eastport North Road, 20 metres wide, extending between the Trans Canada Highway and Burnside, that point being the southernmost angle of land granted by the Crown to Freeman Pottle and having co-ordinates of north 5,391,468.721 metres and east 248,665.517 metres;

Then running by that land north 44° 12' 9" east 62.71 metres;

Then north 3° 36' 9" east 14.59 metres, more or less;

Then running along the northwesterly limit of the reservation, 10 metres wide, extending along the northwesterly bank of Northwest Brook Steady in a general northeasterly direction a distance of approximately 293 metres to a point on the westerly shoreline of Eastport Bay at low water ordinary spring tide;

Then running along the westerly shoreline of Eastport Bay at low water ordinary spring tide in general southerly and southeasterly directions a distance of approximately 977 metres to a point having co-ordinates of north 5,390,021.788 metres and east 249,130.730 metres;

Then running by Crown land south 13° 58' 34" west 40.49 metres;

Then running by Crown land and by land in possession of Kenneth and Llewellyn Crisby south 59° 50' 56" west 39.89 metres;

Then south 58° 29' 59" west 14.49 metres;

Then south 59° 43' 14" west 10.29 metres, more or less, to a point having co-ordinates of north 5,390,845.701 metres and east 249,065.217 metres;

Then running along the northeasterly limit of Bank Road north 48° 50' 48" west 69.89 metres;

Then north 41° 33' 55" west 40.87 metres;

Then north 34° 43' 23" west 87.56 metres;

Then north 63° 22' 52" west 16.65 metres, more or less;

Then running by land granted by the Crown to William Moss and registered in Volume 66, Folio 160 in the Registry of Crown Grants now Harvey Bishop north 23° 17' 36" west 17.90 metres;

Then north 35° 21' 42" west 35.24 metres;

Then north 24° 6' 49" west 31.09 metres;

Then north 25° 31' 18" west 41.02 metres;

Then north 28° 49' 48" west 24.07 metres;

Then north 39° 56' 1" west 15.41 metres, more or less;

Then running by land granted by the Crown to Joseph Moss and registered in Volume 66, Folio 159 in the Registry of Crown Grants now Charlie Moss north 29° 57' 29" east 8.07 metres;

Then north 10° 10' 30" west 15.46 metres;

Then north 27° 22' 5" west 19.14 metres;

Then north 9° 38' 35" west 22.92 metres;

Then north 20° 31' 7" west 21.76 metres;

Then north 16° 24' 34" west 24.54 metres;

Then north 27° 17' 30" west 19.33 metres;

Then south 67° 29' 23" west 40.58 metres, more or less;

Then running by land in possession of Charlie Moss and through Northwest Brook and through the reservation, 10 metres wide, extending along the northwesterly bank of Northwest Brook north 37° 6' 59" west 80.84 metres, more or less;

Then running by land in possession of Ralph Mills north 36° 1' 58" east 24.08 metres;

Then north 41° 54' 59" west 29.56 metres;

Then north 73° 11' 34" west 26.04 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly limit of Eastport North Road to the point of beginning, that point being distant 101.39 metres, more or less, as measured on a bearing of north 13° 50' 49" west from the last mentioned point, reserving nevertheless out of that piece or parcel of land all granted, leased and private lands together with highways and roads that may be within that piece or parcel of land;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 8.312 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

           YY.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Middle Cove Provincial Park situate and being at Middle Cove near St. John's abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point having co-ordinates of north 5,278,895.8 metres and east 327,725.4 metres;

Then running by land claimed by Jim Kelly south 72° 49' west 81.2 metres;

Then south 8° 40' west 25.1 metres, more or less;

Then running by the limit of Marine Drive, 30.5 metres wide, extending between Outer Cove and Torbay to a point being distant 207.3 metres as measured on a bearing of south 69° 12' west from the last mentioned point;

Then south 82° 38' west 7.3 metres;

Then north 73° 54' west 39.9 metres, more or less;

Then running by land claimed by Jack Roach north 80° 16' east 21.4 metres;

Then north 23° 43' west 5.9 metres;

Then north 54° 28' east 104.4 metres;

Then north 31° 21' west 31.4 metres;

Then north 24° 52' east 30.6 metres;

Then north 39° 22' west 27.2 metres;

Then north 24° 24' west 26.9 metres;

Then north 3° 26' west 90 metres;

Then running by Crown land south 33° 20' east 31 metres;

Then running along the southwesterly shoreline of Middle Cove at low water mark to the point of beginning for a distance of 266.8 metres as measured on a bearing of south 62° 52' east from the last mentioned point;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 3.1 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

           ZZ.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Point au Mal Provincial Park situate and being at Point au Mal near Kippens abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the westerly limit of a local road, 3 metres wide, leading to Point au Mal Beach, that point being distant 132.6 metres as measured in a general southerly direction from the westerly end of a culvert spanning a brook crossing that road;

Then running by land occupied by Stephen Lainey south 80° 57' east 122.6 metres;

Then running by Crown land and by the southernmost extremity of the reservation extending along the westerly shore of Two Guts Pond south 7° 25' west 472 metres;

Then running along the westerly shore of Two Guts Pond at a low water mark to a point being distant 2,259.3 metres as measured on a bearing of south 21° 38' west from the last mentioned point;

Then running along the easterly shore of Port au Port Bay at low water mark to a point being distant 2,697 metres as measured on a bearing of north 16° 3' west from the last mentioned point;

Then running by the southern extremity of the reservation extending along the easterly shore of Port au Port Bay south 80° 57' east 27.4 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 31.5 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

        AAA.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Point LaHaye Provincial Park situate and being at Point La Haye near St. Mary's abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point at low water mark extending along the northerly shore of LaHaye Pond, that point being distant 95.5 metres as measured on a bearing of south 65° 29' west from the southerly end of a culvert crossing the road extending between the main highway and the Point LaHaye Lighthouse Site;

Then running by the western extremity of an access road leading to the beach north 8° 46' west 18.9 metres;

Then running by land claimed by N. St. Croix south 71° 49' west 83.6 metres;

Then north 15° 12' west 15.3 metres;

Then north 32° 54' east 66.5 metres;

Then running along the westerly limit of that road leading to the lighthouse north 30° 28' west 68.3 metres;

Then north 7° 55' east 55 metres;

Then north 4° 51' east 61 metres;

Then running by Crown land south 52° 57' west 135.1 metres;

Then south 49° 9' west 38.9 metres;

Then south 44° 21' west 40.5 metres;

Then north 71° 27' west 93.4 metres;

Then south 65° 3' west 30.8 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly shore of St. Mary's Bay at low water mark to a point being distant 1,460.2 metres as measured on a bearing of south 8° 25' east from the last mentioned point;

Then running by Crown land south 42° 44' east 23.7 metres;

Then north 54° 8' east 112 metres;

Then north 29° 21' east 89.6 metres;

Then north 39° 59' east 148 metres, more or less;

Then running along the westerly shore of LaHaye Pond at low water mark to the point of beginning, which point is distant 1,091.6 metres as measured on a bearing of north 5° 33' west from the last mentioned point;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 18.6 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

        BBB.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Salmon Cove Sands Provincial Park situate and being at Salmon Cove near Carbonear abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point being the southwesterly angle of the Case Estate, that point being distant 877.3 metres as measured on a bearing of south 33' west from Crown Land Survey Monument No. 7-62;

Then running by the Case Estate north 80° 37' east 51 metres;

Then north 10° 48' west 27.6 metres;

Then running by the Case Estate and by land in possession of Theresa Collins north 80° 12' east 66.1 metres;

Then running by that land in possession of Theresa Collins north 35° 40' west 1.8 metres;

Then north 14° 52' west 6.7 metres;

Then north 22° west 9.4 metres;

Then north 32° 21' west 6.8 metres;

Then north 42° 46' west 8.7 metres;

Then north 55° 50' west 16.1 metres;

Then north 66° 30' west 11.9 metres;

Then north 78° 47' west 7 metres;

Then south 81° 52' west 8.1 metres;

Then south 70° 30' west 7.2 metres;

Then running by the land of the Case Estate north 64° 40' west 7.6 metres;

Then north 78° west 9 metres;

Then north 82° 45' west 23.3 metres;

Then south 85° 12' west 16.3 metres;

Then south 79° 25' west 17.6 metres;

Then south 39° 35' west 5.8 metres, more or less;

Then running by the northerly extremity of a local road south 68° 2' west 11.43 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly shore of Salmon Cove Road and along the southerly bank of Salmon Cove River and by Salmon Cove Beach in a northeasterly direction 447.1 metres;

Then running by the westerly shore of Conception Bay at low water mark in a general southerly direction 388.3 metres;

Then running by Salmon Cove Beach and by land claimed by Jeremiah Slade south 81° 55' west 62.2 metres;

Then running by the land claimed by Jeremiah Slade south 31° 42' east 8.2 metres;

Then south 11° 9' west 10.9 metres;

Then south 27° 13' west 15.7 metres;

Then south 63° 54' west 50.8 metres;

Then south 57° 29' west 15.6 metres;

Then running by the land claimed by Jeremiah Slade and by land claimed by William Case south 26° 12' west 24.1 metres;

Then running by the land claimed by William Case south 35° 4' west 11.6 metres;

Then south 75° 38' west 21.3 metres;

Then south 75° 43' west 13.8 metres;

Then south 88° 46' west 13.1 metres, more or less;

Then running by the easterly limit of a right-of-way, 1.8 metres wide, north 17° 53' west 81.4 metres;

Then running by Crown land north 67° east 2.4 metres;

Then north 3° 26' east 7.1 metres;

Then north 45° 14' east 20.8 metres;

Then north 1° 13' west 14.3 metres;

Then north 27° 24' west 2.8 metres;

Then north 30° 35' west 44.7 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 8.3 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

        CCC.  All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Topsail Beach Provincial Park situate and being at Topsail near St. John's abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point, that point having co-ordinates of north 5,267,062.679 metres and east 311,228.933 metres and being distant 385.6 metres as measured on a bearing of south 2° 51' 36.4" west from Control Monument No. 83G3210;

Then running by Crown lands north 26' 48" east 396.212 metres;

Then north 16° 22' 34" east 199.234 metres;

Then north 26° 17' 14" west 344.155 metres;

Then north 89° 58' 9" seconds west 13.9 metres;

Then north 89° 58' 9" west 23 metres, more or less, to a point on the southeasterly shoreline of Topsail Cove at low water, that point having co-ordinates of north 5,267,958.471 metres and east 311,098.903 metres;

Then running along the southeasterly shoreline of Topsail Cove in a southwesterly direction to a point having co-ordinates of north 5,266,795.579 metres and east 310,530.694 metres;

Then running by land granted by the Crown to Thomas Byrne and registered in Volume 8, Folio 104 in the Registry of Crown Grants south 27° 13' 18" east 20 metres, more or less;

Then running by the land granted to Thomas Byrne, now Wesley Carter, south 72° 25' 18" east 31.613 metres, more or less, to a point in the southerly shoreline of Topsail Beach Pond at high water, that point having co-ordinates of north 5,266,768.247 metres and east 310,569.976 metres;

Then running by the land granted to Thomas Byrne, now Wesley Carter, E.B. Carter and Frank Squires, along the southerly shoreline of Topsail Beach Pond to a point having co-ordinates of north 5,266,651.040 metres and east 310,743.020 metres;

Then running by the land granted to Thomas Byrne, now Lloyd Bugden, south 9° 22' 41" east 51.608 metres, more or less;

Then running by the land granted to Thomas Byrne south 29° 21' 4" east 12.969 metres, more or less;

Then running along the northerly limit of the access road north 88° 47' 51" east 30.4 metres;

Then north 41° 9' 48" east 15.036 metres;

Then running along the westerly limit of the access road north 29' 42" west 117.316 metres, more or less;

Then running through the access road and by land in possession of one Murphy north 81° 53' 5" east 9.81 metres;

Then running by the land in possession of one Murphy north 81° 7' 4" east 47.92 metres;

Then north 79° 34' 11" east 46.96 metres, more or less;

Then running by land now or formerly in possession of Halley and Flannery north 45° 6' 57" east 463.924 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

The above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 33.1 hectares, more or less, and being more particularly shown on Special Plan No. 188 in the Registry of Crown Grants.

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the 3° Transverse Mercator Projection, NAD 27.

        DDD.  All that piece or parcel of land and land under water located east of Lac Brisson at Strange Lake in the province and being described as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 6,243,500 metres north, 433,500 metres east;

Then south 3,000 metres;

Then west approximately 4,850 metres to the Newfoundland and Labrador - Quebec provincial border;

Then northeast along the Newfoundland and Labrador - Quebec provincial border, more particularly described as follows:

North 29° 27' 25" east 391.65 metres;

Then north 28° 5' 4" east 115.81 metres;

Then north 75° 32" east 103.24 metres;

Then north 40° 59" east 354.14 metres;

Then north 65° 11' 26" east 248.58 metres;

Then north 55° 16' 7" east 1,283.67 metres;

Then north 46° 49' 7" east 178.56 metres;

Then north 17° 12' 35" east 136.40 metres;

Then north 21° 14' 22" east 100.37 metres;

Then north 42° 32' 42" east 180.86 metres;

Then north 61° 48' 50" east 150.90 metres;

Then north 59° 19' 8" east 220.95 metres;

Then north 84° 25' 32" east 100.01 metres;

Then north 78° 17' 5" east 531.66 metres;

Then north 5° 48' 34" east 522.94 metres;

Then south 89° 6' 25" east 453.28 metres;

Then north 52' east 115 metres;

Then east approximately 1,050 metres to the point of beginning.

All bearings are referred to the UTM Grid Zone 20, NAD 27.

         EEE .  All that piece or parcel of land and land under water in northern Labrador, including the islands in Saglek Bay north of a line beginning at a point on the shoreline of Saglek Fiord having UTM-coordinates of 6,481,100 metres north, 480,300 metres east;

Then southwest to a point 6,470,600 metres north, 463,500 metres east;

Then northwest to a point on the interprovincial boundary 6,479,000 metres north, 450,600 metres east, UTM Grid Zone 20, NAD 27;

Reserving nevertheless out of the above described parcel of land all that area covered by map staked licences, portions of map staked licences and areas or portions of areas for which applications for map staked licences have been received before the effective date of this regulation and for which issuance of a map staked licence is pending.

          FFF.  Rep. by 81/99 s1

        GGG.  Rep. by 97/00 s1

       HHH.  All that piece or parcel of land and land under water near the community of Mings Bight and at Rambler Mines in the province more particularly described in Mining Lease Document 139(3514) registered as Volume 1, Folio 36 in the Mining Lease Registry maintained by the Department of Mines and Energy and shown on 1:50,000 claim map 12H/16.

            III .  All that piece or parcel of land and land under water, known as the Main River Special Management Area described as follows:

All parcels of land are located at Main River, in the Provincial Electoral Districts of St. Barbe and Humber Valley, in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

All coordinates are based on the UTM projection, Zone 21, with the central meridian of 57 degrees West longitude, North American Datum 1983.

The following parcels of land contain a total area of 49.13 km2 , more or less.

Parcel 1

Beginning at a point having map scaled coordinates 5 527 327 metres north, 472 365 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction, following the eastern bank of a small river, while maintaining a distance of 20 metres from the coastline, for a distance of 430 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 527 080 metres north, 472 040 metres east;

Then heading in a generally southeasterly direction for a distance of 430 metres more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 526 902 metres north, 472 429 metres east;

Then heading in a generally northeasterly direction, following the western bank of a small river, while maintaining a distance of 20 metres from the coastline, for a distance of 570 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 527 365 metres north, 472 656 metres east;

Then heading in a generally westerly direction along the southern bank of the Main River , while maintaining a distance of 20 metres from the coastline, for a distance of 350 metres, more or less, back to the point of beginning, the above described parcel of land containing an area of 0.143 km2 .

Parcel 2

Beginning at a point with map scaled coordinates 5 523 518 metres north, 479 440 metres east;

Then heading in a general south southeasterly direction, along the boundary of the Main River Waterway Provincial Park, for a distance of 2348 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 521 838 metres north, 481 081 metres east;

Then heading in a general southerly direction for a distance of 1564 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 520 307 metres north, 481 448 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 2850 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 522 190 metres north, 479 337 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction to the point of beginning, the above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 2.45 km2 .

Parcel 3

Beginning at a point with map scaled coordinates 5 519 696 metres north, 481 594 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 804 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 519 508 metres north, 482 373 metres east;

Then heading in a general southerly direction for a distance of 594 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 518 923 metres north, 482 262 metres east;

Then heading in a general easterly direction for a distance of 441 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 518 991 metres north, 482 696 metres east;

Then heading in a general southerly direction for a distance of 3565 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 471 metres north, 483 265 metres east;

Then heading in a general westerly direction for a distance of 1119 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 663 metres north, 482 161 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction for a distance of 4065 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning, the above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 3.95 km2 .

Parcel 4

Beginning at a point with map scaled coordinates 5 515 339 metres north, 484 043 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 1231 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 949 metres north, 485 115 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 1357 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 516 863 metres north, 486 121 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 1045 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 516 178 metres north, 486 906 metres east;

Then heading in a general southerly direction for a distance of 1038 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 169 metres north, 486 671 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 626 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 514 684 metres north, 487 075 metres east;

Then heading in a general southerly direction for a distance of 1180 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 513 509 metres north, 487 182 metres east;

Then heading in a general westerly direction for a distance of 949 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 513 609 metres north, 486 238 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 2181 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 215 metres north, 484 765 metres east;

Then heading in a general westerly direction for a distance of 732 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning, the above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 5.04 km2 .

Parcel 5

Beginning at a point with map scaled coordinates 5 513 180 metres north, 490 113 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 1079 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 514 152 metres north, 490 575 metres east;

Then heading in a general easterly direction for a distance of 1071 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 514 378 metres north, 491 621 metres east;

Then along the northerly limit of the Kruger woods road 5 metres from the centreline for a distance of 1981 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 222 metres north, 493 201 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction for a distance of 853 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 516 020 metres north, 493 505 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 539 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 747 metres north, 493 970 metres east;

Then heading in a general southerly direction for a distance of 731 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 016 metres north, 493 955 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 483 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 514 633 metres north, 494 246 metres east;

Then heading in a general southerly direction for a distance of 801 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 513 838 metres north, 494 111 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 607 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates of 5 513 357 metres north, 493 736 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 1373 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 512 095 metres north, 494 280 metres east;

Then heading in a general easterly direction for a distance of 611 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 512 111 metres north, 494 890 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 896 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 511 273 metres north, 494 574 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 834 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 611 metres north, 495 077 metres east;

Then heading in a westerly direction for a distance of 473 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 441 metres north, 494 636 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 2436 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 512 367 metres north, 493 135 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction for a distance of 1732 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 514 066 metres north, 492 756 metres east;

Then heading in a northerly direction for a distance of 664 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 514 727 metres north, 492 767 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 2551 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 513 091 metres north, 490 813 metres east;

Then heading in a general westerly direction for a distance of 704 metres, more or less, to a the point of beginning;

Reserving out of the above described parcel of land, the Kruger woods road, 5 metres on both sides of the centreline, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say; beginning at a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 801 metres north, 493 880 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 4640 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 513 600 metres north, 490 453 metres east, the above described parcel of land containing an area of 0.05 km2 .

The above described parcel or piece of land, Parcel 5, contains an area of 6.95km2 .

Parcel 6

Beginning at a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 294 metres north, 495 179 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 402 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 464 metres north, 495 541 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 493 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 295 metres north, 496 003 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 506 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 535 metres north, 496 450 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 282 metres, more or less, to a point having 5 510 326 metres north, 496 638 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 612 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 135 metres north, 497 223 metres east;

Then heading in a general easterly direction for a distance of 711 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 185 metres north, 497 932 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 899 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 601 metres north, 498 728 metres east;

Then heading in a general southerly direction for a distance of 349 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 297 metres north, 498 899 metres east;

Then heading in a general easterly direction for a distance of 204 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 320 metres north, 499 101 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction for a distance of 457 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 767 metres north, 499 011 metres east;

Then heading in a general easterly direction for a distance of 453 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 774 metres north, 499 462 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 384 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 511 092 metres north, 499 682 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction for a distance of 546 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 511 636 metres north, 499 643 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 471 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 511 848 metres north, 500 064 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction for a distance of 494 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 512 330 metres north, 500 165 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 605 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 512 091 metres north, 500 720 metres east;

Then heading in a general easterly direction for a distance of 998 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 512 258 metres north, 501 704 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 350 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 512 382 metres north, 502 033 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 460 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 512 039 metres north, 502 339 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 1612 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 511 419 metres north, 500 853 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 3251 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 509 481 metres north, 498 245 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 3163 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning, the above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 4.08 km2 .

Parcel 7

Beginning at a point with map scaled coordinates 5 514 827 metres north, 501 644 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 903 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 514 340 metres north, 502 404 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 1298 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 513 321 metres north, 501 595 metres east;

Then heading in a general westerly direction for a distance of 1331 metres, more or less to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 513 404 metres north, 500 265 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 642 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 513 787 metres north, 499 751 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 1170 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 512 961 metres north, 498 917 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 714 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 512 733 metres north, 499 593 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 2122 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 511 222 metres north, 498 100 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 768 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 510 976 metres north, 497 370 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 586 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 511 282 metres north, 496 868 metres east;

Then heading in a general westerly direction for a distance of 1223 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 511 221 metres north, 495 645 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 267 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 511 320 metres north, 495 396 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction for a distance of 553 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 511 820 metres north, 495 634 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction for a distance 656 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 512 477 metres north, 495 615 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 1441 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 513 605 metres north, 494 718 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 487 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 514 036 metres north, 494 949 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction for a distance of 452 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 514 485 metres north, 494 902 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 517 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 514 697 metres north, 495 373 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 686 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 284 metres north, 495 724 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction for a distance of 1550 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 516 805 metres north, 495 423 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 592 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 517 134 metres north, 495 914 metres east;

Then heading in a general northerly direction for a distance of 944 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 518 057 metres north, 496 121 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 436 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 517 790 metres north, 496 468 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 3050 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 152 metres north, 497 974 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 2363 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 513 042 metres north, 496 909 metres east;

Then heading in a general easterly direction for a distance of 1368 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 513 121 metres north, 498 264 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 3789 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

Reserving out of the above described parcel of land, the Kruger woods road, 5 metres on both sides of the centreline, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say; beginning at a point with map scaled coordinates 5 516 034 metres north, 497 472 metres east;

Then heading in a general westerly direction for a distance of 1934 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 515 916 metres north, 495 600 metres east; the above described parcel of land containing an area of 0.02 km2 .

The above described piece or parcel of land, Parcel 7, contains an area of 18.10 km2 .

Parcel 8

Beginning at a point having map scaled coordinates 5 518 339 metres north, 495 735 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 728 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 518 011 metres north, 495 082 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 1924 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 519 636 metres north, 494 040 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 2136 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning, the above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 0.70 km2 .

 

Parcel 9

Beginning at a point having map scaled coordinates 5 520 056 metres north, 493 499 metres east;

Then heading in a general southwesterly direction for a distance of 1076 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 519 382 metres north, 492 660 metres east;

Then heading in a general westerly direction for a distance of 1716 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 519 117 metres north, 490 961 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 1102 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 520 118 metres north, 491 419 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 3061 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 521 619 metres north, 488 753 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 2104 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 521 090 metres north, 490 785 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 1283 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 520 525 metres north, 491 935 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 1544 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 520 111 metres north, 493 427 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 90 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning, the above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 3.18 km2 .

Parcel 10

Beginning at a point having map scaled coordinates 5 522 363 metres north, 485 363 metres east;

Then heading in a general southerly direction for a distance of 514 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 521 882 metres north, 485 191 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 1065 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 522 208 metres north, 484 179 metres east;

Then heading in a general northwesterly direction for a distance of 2765 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 524 160 metres north, 482 217 metres east;

Then heading in a general northeasterly direction for a distance of 1992 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 525 868 metres north, 483 244 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 936 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 525 406 metres north, 484 054 metres east;

Then heading in a general southerly direction for a distance of 1338 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 524 079 metres north, 483 849 metres east;

Then heading in a general southeasterly direction for a distance of 1812 metres, more or less, to a point having map scaled coordinates 5 522 508 metres north, 484 766 metres east;

Then heading in a general easterly direction for a distance of 611 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning, the above described piece or parcel of land containing an area of 4.54 km2 .

            JJJ.  All that piece or parcel of land and land under water surrounding and including the Mealy Mountains in the province and being described as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 6,017,512 north, 485,485 east;

Then south 17 ° 5' 44" east 52,666.451 meters;

Then south 30 ° 7' 31" west 15,861.449 meters;

Then south 45 ° 12' 13" west 20,680.159 meters;

Then south 23 ° 1' 50" west 22,424.897 meters;

Then north 79 ° 58' 57" west 8,703.659 meters;

Then south 58 ° 26' 15" west 9,299.375 meters;

Then south 37 ° 17' 08" west 25,690.125 meters;

Then south 24 ° 55' 02" west 54,988.415 meters;

Then south 86 ° 52' 17" west 14,327.440 meters;

Then south 24 ° 48' 54" west 31,055.819 meters;

Then north 87 ° 19' 48" west 9,145.507 meters;

Then north 64 ° 58' 44" west 35,311.252 meters;

Then north 82 ° 48' 41" west 28,033.961 meters;

Then north 33 ° 27' 23" west 33,154.576 meters;

Then north 8 ° 1' 00" west 8,903.185 meters;

Then north 25 ° 53' 15" west 7,868.732 meters;

Then north 2 ° 32' 27" east 30,016.211 meters;

Then north 9 ° 4' 26" east 27,725.808 meters;

Then north 52 ° 37' 51" east 6,399.882 meters;

Then north 66 ° 51' 18" east 57,181.020 meters;

Then north 32 ° 00' 15" east 32,807.333 meters;

Then north 89 ° 8' 50" east 19,814.093 meters;

Then north 18 ° 6' 02" east 6,885.707 meters;

Then north 48 ° 18' 57" east 10,318.699 meters;

Then north 25 ° 11' 31" east 11,350.974 meters;

Then north 83 ° 24' 13" east 27,752.362 meters;

Then north 75 ° 2' 41" east 25,554.437 meters;

Then south 82 ° 6' 31" east 22,488.597 meters;

Then to the point of beginning.

All bearings are referred to the UTM Grid Zone 21, NAD 27.

        KKK.  All that piece or parcel of land and land under water located generally southwest of Mings Bight and more particularly termed the Stog'er Tight property on NTS map sheet 12H/16 in the province with that land being specifically described in Mining Lease Document 148(4078) registered as Volume 1, Folio 45 in the Mining Lease Registry maintained by the Department of Natural Resources.

         LLL .  All that piece or parcel of land and land under water surrounding and including Okak Bay and Okak Islands in the province being described as follows:

Beginning at a point that point having UTM co-ordinates of 6,412,500 metres north, 571,000 metres east;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 4,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 360 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 2,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 4,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 270 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 3,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of 180 ° for 1,000 metres;

Then on a bearing of 90 ° for 500 metres;

Then on a bearing of