This is an official version.

Copyright © 2006: Queen’s Printer,
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Important Information
(Includes details about the availability of printed and electronic versions of the Statutes.)

Newfoundland Regulation 1998


NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 6/98

NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 6/98

Burnt Island Provisional Ecological Reserve Order
under the
Wilderness and Ecological Reserves Act
(O.C. 97-669)

(Filed January 5, 1998)

Under the authority of subsection 14(1) of the Wilderness and Ecological Reserves Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following Order.

Dated at St. John s, October 6, 1997.

John R. Cummings
for the Clerk of the Executive Council

ORDER

Analysis


        1.   Short title

        2.   Area included

Schedule


Short title

        1. This Order may be cited as the Burnt Island Provisional Ecological Reserve Order.

Area included

        2. The area included in the Burnt Island Provisional Ecological Reserve for the purpose of protecting internationally important, rare and endangered species is as set out in the Schedule.


Schedule

All that piece or parcel of land known as the Burnt Island, in the Electoral District of The Straits and White Bay North in the province, bounded as follows:

Beginning at a point, on the western shoreline of Ha Ha Bay and having UTM co-ordinates of north 5,713,710 metres and east 587,210 metres;

Then from the point of beginning, running in a straight line due west a distance of 65 metres, more or less;

Then running due south a distance of 340 metres from the last mentioned point;

Then running due west a distance of 850 metres to the eastern shoreline of Pistolet Bay from the last mentioned point;

Then running along the shoreline of Pistolet Bay to a point being 1,050 metres on a bearing of north 32° 38’ east from the last mentioned point;

Then running along the shoreline of Pistolet Bay to a point in the northern extent of Burnt Island, being 2,530 metres on a bearing of north 29° 06’ east from the last mentioned point;

Then running along the shoreline of Ha Ha Bay to a point being 910 metres on a bearing of south 10° 49’ east from the last mentioned point;

Then running along the shoreline of Ha Ha Bay to a point being 2,350 metres on a bearing of south 16° 42’ west from the last mentioned point, to the point of beginning.

And containing, in all, an area of 380 hectares.

All bearings are referred to grid north, based on the UTM Projection with a central meridian of 57° west longitude, North America Datum, 1927.