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NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 56/98

Hunting Prohibition Order, 1998
under the
Wild Life Regulations
and the
Wild Life Act

Amended by:

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NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 56/98

Hunting Prohibition Order, 1998
under the
Wild Life Regulations
and the
Wild Life Act

(Filed April 6, 1998)

Under the authority of section 114 of the Wild Life Regulations and the Wild Life Act , I make the following Order.

Dated at St. John’s, March 18, 1998.

Kevin Aylward
Minister of Forest Resources and Agrifoods

ORDER

Analysis



Short title

        1. This Order may be cited as the Hunting Prohibition Order, 1998.

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Hunting prohibited

        2. Hunting, by means of a firearm is prohibited in those parts of the Island of Newfoundland as described in Schedule A.

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Hunting prohibited

        3. Hunting, by means of a firearm, snare or trap is prohibited in those parts of the Island of Newfoundland as described in Schedule B.

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Repeal

        4. The Hunting Prohibition Order , Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 975/96, is repealed.

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Schedule A

Carmanville Pond, Carmanville

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of the Carmanville Highway and Route 330;

Then following Route 330 in a southeasterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 698,210 metres east and 5,471,910 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a southwesterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 697,640 metres east and 5,471,330 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a westerly direction to UTM co-ordinates 697,280 metres east and 5,471,370 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a northwesterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 696,790 metres east and 5,471,940 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a northerly direction to UTM co-ordinates 696,860 metres east and 5,472,950 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a northeasterly direction to the point of commencement.

Codroy Valley

All that area bounded by a line beginning at the western abutment of the bridge crossing Ryan’s Brook at O’Regans;

Then following Route 406 in an easterly direction to its intersection with MacKennan Road;

Then following MacKennan Road and the western boundary of the Codroy Community Pasture in a southeasterly direction to the Grand Codroy River, and continuing in a southeasterly direction across the Grand Codroy River to Tom Doyles Road;

Then following Tom Doyles Road in a southwesterly direction to Route 406;

Then following Route 406 in a generally westerly direction to its intersection with Route 407;

Then following Route 407 in a generally westerly direction to the Gut of the Grand Codroy River;

Then crossing the Gut in a straight line and following the Sandbar Road to Millville and the intersection of Route 406;

Then following Route 406 in a generally easterly direction to the point of commencement.

Cormack

All that part of the Community of Cormack lying within 150 metres of either side of the Viking Trail, Route 430, beginning at a point 300 metres south of the Cormack Esso Service property and ending 300 metres north of George Crocker’s Farm and within 150 metres of either side of Veteran Drive, Route 422, from its intersection with the Viking Trail to its intersection with White River Road.

Clarenville

All that area bounded by a line commencing at the Random Island Causeway in Trinity Bay;

Then southwest 200° to a point approximately 800 metres offshore from Man Point;

Then south 164° to Bluff Point;

Then following the shoreline and including a distance of 100 metres inland from the highwater mark, to the point of commencement.

Foxtrap

That area of the Island of Newfoundland commencing at the northwest corner of Trout Pond and the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the eastern shoreline of that pond approximately 500 metres;

Then following a straight line in a southeasterly direction to the inlet of Manuels River in Thomas Pond;

Then following the west bank of Manuels River to the first large steady upstream approximately 3,000 metres;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of Ocean Pond;

Then following the eastern shoreline of an adjacent pond and Hennesseys Pond to a brook leading to Jakes Pond;

Then following the eastern shoreline of Jakes Pond to its northern extremity;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of Little Pond;

Then following the western shoreline of that pond to the brook leading to the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway to the point of commencement.

Marshy Pond

That area known as Marshy Pond in or near the Community of Daniel’s Harbour and for a distance of 150 metres from the shoreline around Marshy Pond.

Massey Drive

All that area bounded by a line commencing at a point, that point being the centre line of Massey Drive where Massey Drive intersects with the power transmission line 411.5 metres, more or less, east of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the power transmission line in a generally northwesterly direction a distance of 343.8 metres, more or less, and being 182.9 metres, more or less, north of Massey Drive;

Then north 13° 00’ east a distance of 557.8 metres, more or less, to the summit of an unnamed hill;

Then south 89° 00’ east a distance of 858 metres, more or less, to the summit, 251.5 metres, of a second unnamed hill;

Then south 85° 45’ east a distance of 947.9 metres, more or less, to a point, that point being on the southerly side of an unnamed stream;

Then south 25° 00’ east a distance of 1,301.5 metres, more or less, to a point at the highwater mark on the northeasterly side of Tippings Pond;

Then following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Tippings Pond in a generally westerly and southerly direction to a point, that point being at the highwater mark on the southern shore of Tippings Pond 274.3 metres due north of the power transmission line;

Then south 40° 00’ west a distance of 274.3 metres, more or less, to a point, that point being where the power transmission line turns a more westerly direction;

Then in a generally northwesterly direction following the centre line of the power transmission line a distance of 2,407.9 metres, more or less, to a point of commencement.

All bearings being referred to the true meridian.

Middle Arm, Carmanville

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland located in Middle Arm, Hamilton South, Notre Dame Bay, bounded by a line commencing at a point UTM co-ordinates 5,474,400 metres north and 700,200 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 400 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,474,400 metres north and 700,525 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 450 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,474,200 metres north and 701,000 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 600 metres to UTM co-ordinates 547,360 metres north and 700,800 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 1,100 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,472,550 metres north and 700,850 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 500 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,472,550 metres north and 701,300 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 600 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,472,300 metres north and 701,750 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 600 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,471,650 metres north and 701,800 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 500 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,471,450 metres north and 701,300 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 1,200 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,471,400 metres north and 700,000 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 900 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,471,425 metres north and 699,100 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 800 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,471,950 metres north and 698,500 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 675 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,472,600 metres north and 698,525 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 600 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,473,000 metres north and 698,875 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 750 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,473,650 metres north and 698,600 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 575 metres to UTM co-ordinates 5,474,175 metres north and 698,775 metres east;

Then following a straight line for a distance of 1,400 metres to the point of commencement.

All measurements refer to UTM grid zone 21.

Reidville-Deer Lake

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland beginning at the Spillway on Route 1, Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the northeast shoreline of Deer Lake to a point opposite the south corner of the island in the mouth of Upper Humber River;

Then following the southern shore of the island to the southwest corner;

Then in a straight line to the mouth of Second Brook;

Then following Second Brook to its crossing of Nicholsville Road;

Then following Nicholsville Road to its intersection with Route 430, the Viking Trail;

Then following Route 430, the Viking Trail, in a generally northwesterly direction to its intersection with the Reidville Road;

Then following the Reidville Road through the Community of Reidville, and continuing to First Cache Rapids on the Upper Humber River;

Then following a straight line to the point where the access road to the Deer Lake waste disposal enters Route 1;

Then following Route 1 in a generally southwesterly direction to the point of commencement.

St. George’s River

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland in the vicinity of Stephenville Crossing commencing at Vincents Head;

Then following a straight line to the western extremity of Mattis Point Pond;

Then following a woods path to Mattis Point Road in the community of Mattis Point;

Then following Mattis Point Road in a generally westerly direction to UTM co-ordinates 395,863 metres east, 5,371,022 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a generally southwesterly direction to a point on Route 490 at the intersection with Route 461 to a point directly opposite the northern boundary of Black Bank Provincial Park;

Then following to the coastline of St. Georges Bay;

Then following the coastline of St. Georges Bay in a generally northerly direction to Seal Cove Brook;

Then following this brook and a woods road to its intersection with the transmission line;

Then following the transmission line in a generally easterly direction to a point north of Vincents Head UTM co-ordinates 397,052 metres east, 5,374,958 metres north;

Then following a straight line to the point of commencement.

Saltwater Pond, Sweet Bay

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland commencing at UTM co-ordinates 302,883 metres east, 5,368,359 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a generally southeasterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 303,269 metres east, 5,367,808 metres north;

Then following the southeastern shoreline of Southwest Arm in a generally southwesterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 303,032 metres east, 5,367,424 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a generally southwesterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 302,715 metres east, 5,366,946 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a generally southwesterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 301,632 metres east, 5,366,001 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a generally northwesterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 301,121 metres east, 5,366,545 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeasterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 302,009 metres east, 5,367,195 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeasterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 302,507 metres east, 5,367,963 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeasterly direction to the point of commencement.

Regional Pastures between May 1 and November 30 inclusive annually

             (a)  St. John’s East Pasture;

             (b)  Cochrane Pond Pasture;

             (c)  Ferryland Pasture;

             (d)  St. Shott’s Pasture;

             (e)  Peter’s River Pasture;

              (f)  Gaskier’s Pasture;

             (g)  Foxtrap Pasture;

             (h)  Harbour Main Pasture;

              (i)  Brigus Pasture;

              (j)  Salmon Cove Pasture;

             (k)  Country Road Pasture;

              (l)  Swansea Pasture;

            (m)  Bay de Verde Pasture;

             (n)  Long Harbour Regional Pasture;

             (o)  Winterland Pasture;

             (p)  Point Crewe Pasture;

             (q)  George’s Brook Pasture;

              (r)  Port Rexton Pasture;

             (s)  Port Albert Pasture;

              (t)  Comfort Cove Pasture;

             (u)  Mic Mac Pasture;

             (v)  Parsons Pond Pasture;

            (w)  Cormack Pasture;

             (x)  West Bay Pasture;

             (y)  Robinsons Pasture;

             (z)  O’Reagans Regional Pasture;

           (aa)  Searston Pasture;

          (bb)  St. Brides Pasture;

           (cc)  Bell Island Pasture;

          (dd)  North Shore Regional Pasture;

           (ee)  St. Paul’s Cow Head Pasture.

Winterland

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Route 210 and route 222;

Then following Route 210 in an easterly direction to its intersection with the western shoreline of Southwest Arm;

Then following the western shoreline of Southwest Arm in a generally southerly direction to the mouth of Rush Pond Brook;

Then following the northwest bank of Rush Pond Brook in a southwesterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 632,800 metres east and 5,222,900 metres north.

Then following a straight line in a southwesterly direction to Tides Brook at UTM co-ordinates 631,600 metres east and 5,222,000 metres north;

Then following the western bank of Tides Brook in a southwesterly direction to the mouth of Juniper Brook;

Then following the northern bank of Juniper Brook in a westerly direction to its intersection with Route 222;

Then following Route 222 in a northwesterly direction to the point of commencement.

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Schedule B

Backside Pond Provincial Park (Former)

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Backside Pond Provincial Park situate and being near Greens Harbour in the province, 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 and containing an area of 562.5 hectares.

All bearings being referred to magnetic north.

Bellevue Beach Park

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 in the province, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the northerly shoreline of Broad Lake at low water mark, that point being distant 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’ 05" west 75.74 metres, more or less;

Then running along the easterly limit of Chapel Arm - Bellevue Road, 30 metres wide, north 3° 01’ 50" west 107.79 metres;

Then north 4° 45’ 15" west 84.79 metres;

Then north 12° 02’ 40" west 38.51 metres;

Then north 31° 35’ 35" west 139.29 metres;

Then north 25° 05’ 00" 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° 05’ 05" 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’ 00" east 87.52 metres;

Then north 30° 17’ 50" east 46.81 metres;

Then north 44° 51’ 05" east 54.68 metres;

Then north 62° 04’ 30" east 104.23 metres;

Then north 36° 44’ 20" east 50.79 metres;

Then north 13° 03’ 35" east 42.37 metres;

Then north 1° 56’ 10" west 52.40 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, 10 metres wide, extending along the northerly bank of a brook in the 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 the 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 the parking lot;

Then running along the easterly limit of the parking lot south 42° 07’ 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;

And 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, that point having reference from point No. 29 of Bellevue Beach Provincial Park as shown on Lands Branch Plan No. SP-88 as follows: south 73° 10’ 05" 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’ 07" west 349.75 metres, more or less;

Then running by land claimed by Michael Dwyer north 67° 05’ 28" east 127.46 metres, more or less;

Then running along the westerly limit of Chapel Arm - Bellevue Road south 25° 05’ 00" east 42.66 metres;

Then south 31° 35’ 35" east 135.83 metres;

Then south 12° 02’ 40" east 31.43 metres;

Then south 4° 45’ 15" east 82.43 metres;

And 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, that point being distant 34.77 metres as measured on a bearing of north 25° 05’ 00" west from the northeasterly angle of the described Parcel "86-A";

Then running by land claimed by Michael Dwyer south 67° 05’ 28" west 122.18 metres;

Then running by Crown land north 16° 25’ 07" 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° 05’ 00" 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.

Beothuck Provincial Park (Former)

All that area formerly being Beothuck Provincial Park situate and being at Big Rushy Pond in the province, 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° 01’ 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 and containing an area of 74.6 hectares.

All bearings are magnetic.

Catamaran Provincial Park (Former)

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Catamaran Provincial Park situate and being at Joe’s Lake in the province, 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, and then north 38° 03’ 20" west 479.547 metres, and then north 37° 40" west 130.382 metres, and then north 25° 51’ 20" west 132.857 metres, and then north 11° 03’ 20" west 157.584 metres, and then north 3° 42’ 20" east 124.601 metres, and then north 16° 23’ 20" east 120.443 metres, and then north 25° 14’ east 126.282 metres, and 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 and 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.

Cobbs Pond Park, Gander

Commencing at the intersection of the right-of-way of Gander Bay Road and the north boundary of N.L.H.C. or assigns, Carr Crescent Industrial Park;

Then by land of N.L.H.C. or assigns north 71-09 west 194.02 metres;

Then by land of N.L.H.C. or assigns north 74-02 west 1,107.79 metres;

Then by land of N.L.H.C. or assigns south 105.99 metres to a point 10 metres north of the shoreline of Little Cobbs Pond;

Then following 10 metres back along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Little Cobbs Pond in a southerly direction to a point 10 metres back from the shoreline of Little Cobbs Pond 174.11 metres south of the previous point;

Then by land of N.L.H.C. or assigns and Public Works south approximately 230 metres;

Then through Crown land and along the north boundary of Stanley Tulk north 82-06 west approximately 535 metres;

Then along the east boundary of C.B.C. and through Crown land north 03-40 west approximately 633 metres to the north boundary of Terra Transport;

Then along the north boundary of Terra Transport south 74-02 east approximately 325 metres;

Then along the southeast cut line of the power line approximately north 65 east approximately 1,570 metres;

Then along the south cut line of the power line approximately south 56 east approximately 845 metres;

Then along the northwest boundary of the Gander Bay Road right-of-way to the starting point.

Fitzgerald’s Pond Park

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 in the province, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point, said point being a brass plaque cemented in rock having coordinates of north 5,242,091.95 metres and east 248,365.95 metres the 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 coordinates 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 coordinates 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 the northerly bank having scaled coordinates 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;

And containing an area of 650 hectares, more or less;

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53 ° west longitude of the Three Degree Transverse Mercator Projection.

Flatwater Pond Park

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Flatwater Pond Provincial Park situate and being at Flatwater in the province, 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° 00’ 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 Three Degree Transverse Mercator Projection NAD 27.

Grand Codroy Park

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Grand Codroy Provincial Park situate and being at Doyles in the province, 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 the old road north 28° 26’ 04" 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’ 07" 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 generally 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 Vol. 54 Fol. 119, south 33° 05’ 00" east 24.61 metres;

Then running along the northern limit of Grand Codroy Road, Route 52, 30 metres wide, north 56° 56’ 00" east 340 metres;

Then north 65° 07’ 00" east 53.05 metres;

Then running by land of Frederick White north 28° 32’ 00" west 100.94 metres;

Then north 61° 03’ 00" east 29.97 metres;

Then south 28° 43’ 00" east 6.81 metres;

Then south 89° 50’ 00" east 23.98 metres;

Then south 28° 29’ 00" east 77.48 metres;

Then running along the northern side of the old road north 61° 14’ 00" east 11.49 metres;

Then running by land of Rita Gabriel north 27° 29’ 00" east 54.46 metres;

Then north 66° 13’ 00" east 76.86 metres;

Then south 28° 19’ 00" east 59.17 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

And containing an area of 23.6 hectares, more or less;

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 58° 30’ west longitude in the Three Degree Transverse Mercator Projection NAD 27..

Great Southern Harbour Big Pond

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland located at the northern extremity of Great Southern Harbour, Placentia Bay, known as Big Pond, this area follows the highwater mark surrounding the area known as Big Pond and the southern extremity of the sand bar located at the northern extremity of Great Southern Harbour and then following the closest points across the entrance to Big Pond which separates Great Southern Harbour from Big Pond.

Gros Morne National Park

All that part of the Island of Newfoundland situated in the St. Barbe and Humber District described as follows on the Canada Department of Mines and Technical Surveys 1:50,000 scale topographic maps, all co-ordinates references are located according to the UTM 1,000 metre grid, zone 21;

Beginning at a point of land lying northeast of Shallow Bay on the Gulf of St. Lawrence at the ordinary low water mark line, that point having UTM co-ordinates 5,535,950 metres north and 444,950 metres east;

Then in a southeasterly direction a distance of 15,450 metres to the summit of a hill located at UTM co-ordinates 5,531,600 metres north and 459,750 metres east;

Then in a southeasterly direction a distance of 2,000 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,530,400 metres north and 461,500 metres east;

Then in a southerly direction a distance of 10,100 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,520,300 metres north and 461,100 metres east;

Then in a southeasterly direction a distance of 8,800 metres to a point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,513,200 metres north and 466,500 metres east;

Then in a southeasterly direction a distance of 12,750 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,500,400 metres north and 466,350 metres east;

Then in a southeasterly direction a distance of 6,100 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,495,750 metres north and 470,350 metres east;

Then in a southwesterly direction a distance of 6,500 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates 5,491,000 metres north and 465,900 metres east;

Then in a southwesterly direction a distance of 11,000 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,491,350 metres north and 454,850 metres east;

Then in a southerly direction a distance of 7,000 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates 5,484,500 metres north and 455,800 metres east;

Then in a southeasterly direction a distance of 10,250 metres to a high point of land lying to the west of the St. Barbe-White Bay South district boundary line, that point having UTM co-ordinates 5,481400 metres north and 465,650 metres east;

Then in a southwesterly direction a distance of 11,200 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,471,100 metres north and 461,450 metres east;

Then in a northwesterly direction a distance of 11,600 metres to a point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,472,750 metres north and 449,850 metres east;

Then in a northwesterly direction a distance of 10,600 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,473,850 metres north and 439,300 metres east;

Then in a southwesterly direction a distance of 17,150 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,460,700 metres north and 428,250 metres east;

Then in a northwesterly direction a distance of 1,050 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,461,600 metres north and 427,700 metres east;

Then in a northwesterly direction a distance of 2,400 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 5,462,850 metres north and 425,750 metres east;

Then in a northerly direction a distance of 7,800 metres to a high point of land located on the southern slopes of Trout River Pond, that point having UTM co-ordinates of 5,470,700 metres north and 425,750 metres east;

Then in a northwesterly direction a distance of 11,300 metres to a high point of land having UTM co-ordinates of 547,750 metres north and 416,800 metres east;

Then in a northerly direction a distance of 1,800 metres to the summit of a hill located to the southwest of the Community of Trout River, that point having UTM co-ordinates of 5,478,900 metres north and 417,150 metres east;

Then in a northeasterly direction of 2,800 metres to a point on the summit of a small hill located to the southeast of the Community of Trout River, that point having UTM co-ordinates of 5,479,300 metres north and 419,900 metres east;

Then in a northwesterly direction a distance of 1,800 metres to a point on the summit of a small hill located east of the Community of Trout River, that point having UTM co-ordinates of 5,481,200 metres north and 419,300 metres east;

Then along the prolongation of that line a distance of 2,000 metres to a point on the shoreline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence marking the intersection of that line with the ordinary low water mark line, that point having UTM co-ordinates of 5,483,000 metres north and 418,750 metres east;

Then northeasterly following the shoreline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence along the ordinary low water mark line to the entrance of Bonne Bay;

Then southwesterly and southerly along the low water mark line to a point on the western shore of Bonne Bay north of the community of Curzon, that point having UTM co-ordinates of 5,485,000 metres north and 433,350 metres east;

Then westerly a distance of 450 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates 5,485,000 metres north and 433,000 metres east;

Then southerly a distance of 1,400 metres to a point being located in the thread of a brook west of the community of Bonne Bay, that point having UTM co-ordinates 5,483,600 metres north and 433,000 metres east;

Then southwesterly a distance of 1,900 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates 5,482,000 metres north and 432,000 metres east;

Then southeasterly a distance of 2,150 metres to a high point having UTM co-ordinates 5,479,900 metres north and 432,400 metres east;

Then southeasterly a distance of 950 metres to a high point having UTM co-ordinates 5,479,500 metres north and 433,250 metres east;

Then southeasterly a distance of 800 metres to a high point having UTM co-ordinates 5,478,850 metres north and 433,850 metres east;

Then southeasterly a distance of 500 metres to a high point of land west of Birchy Head, that point having UTM co-ordinates 5,478,400 metres north and 433,950 metres east;

Then southeasterly a distance of 2,400 metres to a high point west of the Community of Glenburnie, that point having UTM co-ordinates 5,476,000 metres north and 434,300 metres east;

Then southeasterly to a point having UTM co-ordinates 5,475,200 metres north and 434,950 metres east;

Then northeasterly crossing Highway 44 at a point having UTM co-ordinates 5,475,550 metres north and 435,325 metres east;

Then along the northern edge of that highway and a straight line prolongation of the northeasterly direction of that highway to a point marking the intersection of the prolongation with the ordinary low water mark line of Bonne Bay, that point having UTM co-ordinates 5,476,000 metres north and 435,850 metres east;

Then following along the ordinary low water mark line around the head of Bonne Bay;

Then in a northwesterly, northeasterly direction along the low water mark line of the easterly side of South Arm, and in an easterly, southeasterly direction along the southerly side of the East Arm;

Then in a northwesterly direction along the southwesterly side of East Arm;

Then in a southerly direction along the westerly side of Deer Arm to a point on the low water mark line having UTM co-ordinates 5,486,000 metres north and 438,000 metres east;

Then northerly a distance of 2,000 metres to a high point having UTM co-ordinates 5,488,000 metres north and 438,300 metres east;

Then northwesterly a distance of 2,000 metres to a high point having UTM co-ordinates 549,000 metres north and 438,000 metres east;

Then westerly a distance of 1,800 metres to a point on the low water mark line on the southeast shore of Rocky Harbour Pond, that point having UTM co-ordinates of 5,490,200 metres north and 436,250 metres east;

Then northerly and northwesterly along the water line of the eastern and northern shore of Rocky Harbour Pond to a point having UTM co-ordinates 5,491,250 metres north and 435,650 metres east;

Then northwesterly following parallel to Highway 73 at a uniform distance of 30.48 metres from the westerly edge of that highway to a point north of Bear Cove, that point having UTM co-ordinates of 5,494,950 metres north and 432,500 metres east;

Then southwesterly a distance of 750 metres to a point on the ordinary low water mark line on the Gulf of St. Lawrence having UTM co-ordinates 5,494,250 metres north and 432,275 metres east;

Then westerly and northerly along the water line of the Gulf of St. Lawrence to a point south of the Community of St. Pauls having UTM co-ordinates 5,522,000 metres north and 440,325 metres east;

Then easterly a distance of 1,675 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates 5,522,000 metres north and 442,000 metres east;

Then southeasterly a distance of 700 metres to a point on the ordinary low water mark line of western shore of St. Pauls Inlet, that point having UTM co-ordinates 5,521,500 metres north and 442,525 metres east;

Then northeasterly across St. Pauls Inlet a distance of 1,300 metres to a point on the ordinary low water mark line on the tip of a peninsula, that point having UTM co-ordinates 5,521,750 metres north and 443,800 metres east;

Then northeasterly following the low water mark line along the eastern shore of a bay of St. Pauls Inlet to a point beginning at the mouth of a brook, that point having UTM co-ordinates 5,524,250 metres north and 445,525 metres east;

Then northeasterly a distance of 5,800 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates 5,528 000 metres north and 450,000 metres east;

Then northwesterly a distance of 6,150 metres to a point on the shoreline of the Cow Head Harbour on the Gulf of St. Lawrence, that point being on the ordinary low water mark line and having UTM co-ordinates 5,530,000 metres north and 443,850 metres east;

Then northerly along the ordinary low water mark line around the White Rock Islets and shore of Shallow Bay and Lower Head, including the offshore Islet of this Head to the point of beginning, including all estuaries of rivers entering into the marine waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Bonne Bay which flow from the lands within and lie between the northerly and southerly limits of the shoreline boundaries of that parcel, the northerly shoreline limit having UTM co-ordinates 5,535,950 metres north and 444,950 metres east, and the southerly shoreline limit having UTM co-ordinates 5,482,000 metres north and 418,750 metres east, and including all fresh water lakes crossed by the described boundary which find their sources within that parcel.

Gushue’s Pond Provincial Park (Former)

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Gushue’s Pond Provincial Park situate and being in the province, 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 therein, that area as above containing 178.9 hectares, more or less.

All bearings are referred to the true meridian.

Indian River Provincial Park (Former)

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Indian River Provincial Park situate and being near Springdale Junction in the province, 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, and then north 30° 57’ west 123.5 metres, and 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 and containing an area of 28.6 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

Jack’s Pond Park

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 in the province, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point, the 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 coordinates 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 mentioned 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° 02’ 20" 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 458.40 metres;

Then running by land of Jack’s Pond Provincial Park north 28° 01’ 37" west 1,332.50 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° 05’ 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 mentioned before 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 in the Thirty Transverse Mercator Projection NAD 27.

Jipujijkuei Kuespem (Little River Pond)

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Jipujijkuei Kuespem Provincial Park situate and being at River Pond in the province, 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° 00’ 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.

Jonathan’s Pond Park

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 in the province, 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, that 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 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 the 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 mentioned above, 30.48 metres wide, extending between the Trans Canada Highway and Gander Bay extending through the 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.

Marine Drive Park

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Marine Drive Provincial Park situate and being near Pouch Cove in the province, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the westerly shore of Rocky Pond, said point having coordinates 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’ 37" 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 coordinates 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 the 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, the 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 aforesaid shoreline of Conception Bay at low water, the 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;

And containing an area of 165.5 hectares, more or less;

All bearings being referred to the meridian of 53° west longitude of the three degree Transverse Mercator Projection.

Northern Bay Sands Provincial Park (Former)

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Northern Bay Sands Provincial Park situate and being at Northern Bay in the province, 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, and then south 27° 50’ west 24.4 metres, and 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, and then north 54° 44’ east 14.4 metres, and 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, and then running by Crown land in a general easterly direction 18.3 metres, and 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 and 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.

Piccadilly Head Provincial Park (Former)

All that piece or parcel of formerly being Piccadilly Head Provincial Park land situate and being at Piccadilly in the province, 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, and 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, and then north 60° 01’ 24" east 15.32 metres, and then north 18° 17’ 47" west 41.36 metres, and then north 6° 11’ 41" west 22.02 metres, and then north 50° 04’ 58" west 27.39 metres, and then north 0° 33’ 27" west 32.17 metres, and 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, and then north 26° 18’ 47" east 12.50 metres, and 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’ 06" west 73.28 metre,s, more or less;

Then running along the easterly bank of a stream north 15° 11’ 06" 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° 03’ 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.

River of Ponds Provincial Park (Former)

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being River of Ponds Provincial Park situate and being at River of Ponds in the province, 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, and then south 67° 04’ 40" west 286.41 metres;

Then running by Crown lands south 40° 42’ 43" west 736.02 metres, and 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, and then south 4° 10’ 42" west 112.71 metres, and then south 47° 07’ 24" west 63.59 metres;

Then running by Crown lands north 77° 11’ 36" east 367.72 metres, and 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, and then north 8° 04’ 18" west 254.97 metres, and 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, and then north 7° 18’ 06" west 120.96 metres, and then north 56° 16’ 42" west 73.59 metres, and then north 38° 29’ 06" west 119.68 metres, and then north 26° 56’ 30" west 229.87 metres, and then north 13° 17’ 42" west 40.47 metres, and then north 13° 02’ 12" east 75.41 metres, and then north 38° 30’ 24" east 163.25 metres, and then north 68° 45’ 06" east 71.01 metres, and then north 51° 02’ 24" east 92.89 metres, and then north 15° 47’ 52" east 84.76 metres, and 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 and containing an area of 119.92 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

David Smallwood Provincial Park (Formerly)

All that piece or parcel of land fromerly being David Smallwood Provincial Park situate and being at Middle Brook near Gambo in the province as shown on the plan of survey as registered in the Registry of Crown Titles in the Department of Forest Resources and Lands 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 in 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° 07’ 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° 01’ 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, and 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° 04’ 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° 07’ 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’ 03" 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.

Sop’s Arm Provincial Park (Former)

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Sop’s Arm Provincial Park and being an island containing an area of 9.7 hectares situate at the mouth of Main Brook, Sop’s Arm in the province 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.

Square Pond Provincial Park (Formerly)

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being Square Pond Provincial Park situate and being in the province, 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 and containing an area of 38.6 hectares.

All bearings are magnetic.

Terra Nova National Park Golf Course

All that piece or parcel of land situate and being at Northwest River near Port Blandford, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say: Beginning at a point marked by an existing monument, numbered NP 75, that point being the southwestern corner of the Terra Nova National Park;

Then by Terra Nova National Park south 65° 05’ 53" east 1,513.313 metres;

Then south 65° 02’ 27" east 711.713 metres to an existing monument numbered NP78;

Then continuing by Terra Nova National Park south 0° 04’ 05" east 638.073 metres to an existing monument numbered NP79;

Then south 0° 02’ 44" east 605.637 metres to an existing monument numbered NP80;

Then south 0° 54’ 05" west 19.311 metres to the ordinary low water mark of Northwest Arm, Clode Sound;

Then in a general northwesterly direction along the ordinary low water mark of Clode Sound to the mouth of Northwest River;

Then continuing along the ordinary low water mark of Clode Sound in a general southerly and northwesterly direction to a point in the mouth of Salmon Brook, that point being on a bearing of south 45° 00’ 00" west from a concrete monument;

Then north 45° 00’ 00" east a distance of 20 metres, more or less, to the concrete monument;

Then in a northwesterly direction and at varying distances from the northeastern side of Salmon Brook on the following courses;

Then north 1° 16’ 07" west 32.801 metres;

Then north 46° 13’ 47" west 37.300 metres;

Then north 44° 37’ 55" west 15.031 metres;

Then north 53° 09’ 10" west 39.121 metres;

Then south 83° 23’ 08" west 43.055 metres;

Then north 69° 45’ 32" west 168.042 metres;

Then north 81° 31’ 06" west 148.644 metres;

Then north 32° 01’ 17" west 84.603 metres;

Then north 66° 09’ 56" west 75.008 metres;

Then north 48° 02’ 19" west 176.786 metres;

Then north 19° 40’ 20" west 79.091 metres;

Then south 85° 45’ 40" west 52.016 metres;

Then north 48° 02’ 20" west 42.914 metres to a concrete monument set in the southern limit of the Trans Canada Highway, reserved 60.960 metres wide, that monument also being 15 metres east of Salmon Brook;

Then in a northeasterly direction along the southern limit of the Trans Canada Highway a distance of 268.2 metres to a concrete monument;

Then by property of the Golden Eagle Refining Company of Canada Limited south 31° 26’ 30" east 53.340 metres;

Then north 58° 33’ 30" east 121.920 metres to a concrete monument;

Then by property of Golden Eagle Refining Company of Canada Limited and crossing the Trans Canada Highway north 31° 26’ 30" west 114.300 metres to a concrete monument set in the northern limit of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then in a southwesterly direction along the northern limit of the Trans Canada Highway a distance of 314.5 metres to a concrete monument set in the northern limit of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then south 64° 11’ 36" west 113.107 metres;

Then north 87° 40’ 31" west 97.798 metres;

Then south 49° 15’ 58" west 138.226 metres;

Then south 89° 05’ 52" west 79.648 metres;

Then north 83° 11’ 29" west 32.857 metres;

Then running by Crown land north 0° 06’ 26" west 2,239.594 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning.

That parcel or tract of land containing together about 368.2928 hectares.

All bearings being astronomic and being derived from observations on Polaris at Crown Land Monument Nos. 634043 and 634042.

Windmill Bight Park

All that piece or parcel of land formerly being a portion of the Windmill Bight Provincial Park situate and being at Windmill Bight in the province, 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, that 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° 06’ 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° 08’ 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’ 09" west from the last mentioned point;

Then running along the easterly limit of the Main Highway south 11° 09’ 05" seconds 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, and

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 Park north 46° 30’ east 1,000 metres;

Then north 30° 00’ 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 the 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;

And containing an area of 50 hectares, more or less.

All bearings being magnetic.

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