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Newfoundland Regulation 1999
(Filed April 5, 1999)
Under the authority of section 18 of the Wilderness and Ecological Reserves Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following Order.
John R. Cummings, Q.C.
1. Short title
2. Area included
3. Management plan outline
4. CNR 1096/96 Rep.
Regulations may be cited as the
area included in
Management plan outline
outline of the
4. The Redfir Lake – Kapitagas Channel Provisional Ecological Reserve Order, Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1096/96, is repealed.
All that area of
Beginning at a point on the tip of a
Then from the point of beginning following in a straight line south 24° 52' east a distance of 10,118 metres, more or less, to the top of a hill having approximate co‑ordinates of 5,810,450 metres north by 699,845 metres east;
Then running south 28° 16' east a distance of 7,074 metres, more or less, to the top of a hill having approximate co‑ordinates of 5,804,220 metres north by 696,495 metres east;
Then running north 28° 07' west a distance of 18,883 metres, more or less, to the outflow of a small stream into Ashuanipi Lake having approximate co‑ordinates of 5,820,875 metres north by 687,595 metres east;
Then following the shoreline of a portion of Ashuanipi Lake in a general easterly direction crossing a river delta and continuing along the shoreline to the tip of a small peninsula having approximate co‑ordinates of 5,819,500 metres north by 690,500 metres east;
Then running north 88° 30' east a distance of 4,992 metres, more or less, to the point of commencement.
Containing an area of approximately 7,915 hectares.
All that area of
Beginning at a point on the western bank of the Kapitagas Channel having approximate UTM co‑ordinates of 5,797,150 metres north by 699,810 metres east;
Then following the shoreline of Redfir Lake in a general southerly direction to an unnamed brook having approximate co‑ordinates of 5,795,150 metres north by 700,450 metres east;
Then following that unnamed brook in a general westerly direction to a point having approximate co‑ordinates of 5,795,170 metres north by 699,150 metres east;
Then running north 4° 33' west a distance of 1,885 metres, more or less, to a point on the northern tip of a small lake having approximate co‑ordinates of 5,797,050 metres north by 699,000 metres east;
Then running north 82° 58' east a distance of 816 metres, more or less, to the point of commencement;
Containing an area of approximately 318 hectares.
All point bearings are referenced to grid north based on the UTM Projection with the central meridian of 57° west longitude, North American Datum, 1927.
area known as
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