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NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 25/98

Notice of Protected Water Supply Area
under the
Environment Act

(Filed February 3, 1998)

Under the authority of section 10 of the Environment Act, I designate the area generally known as the Sango Brook Water Supply Area for the Town of Natuashsish as a protected water supply area.

Dated at St. John’s, January 9, 1998.

Oliver Langdon
Minister of Environment and Labour

NOTICE

This area includes all lands in the Provincial Electoral District of Torngat Mountains abutted and bounded as follows:

That is to say by a line drawn from Military Grid Reference, Zone 20, 600,000 metres east 6,190,000 metres north 330° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 500 metres to the commencement point.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 237° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 875 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 253° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 2,075 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 211° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 475 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 257° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 450 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 194° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 750 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 284° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 450 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 238° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,175 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 271° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,225 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 18° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 525 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 276° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 875 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 248° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,000 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 239° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 575 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 90° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 650 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 142° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 325 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 205° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 375 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 253° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,750 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 290° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 775 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 314° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 425 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 65° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 800 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 17° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 425 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 68° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,575 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 4° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 475 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 250° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 375 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 294° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 250 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 7° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 200 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 90° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 825 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 38° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 275 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 62° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 650 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 109° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 500 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 339° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,000 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 90° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 900 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 7° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 325 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 279° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,450 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 4° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 400 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 53° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 975 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 69° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,500 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 102° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,625 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 122° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 675 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 40° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,125 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 104° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 2,725 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 78° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 425 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 49° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 750 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 102° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,250 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 142° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 825 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 182° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 225 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 244° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 525 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 220° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 500 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 235° 30’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,325 metres.

Then from the above point by a line drawn at 276° 00’ grid azimuth for a distance of 1,075 metres to the point of commencement.

All bearings are referred to Grid North.