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Newfoundland Regulation 2000


NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 79/00

NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 79/00

Open Season Small Game Hunting and Snaring Order, 2000-2001
(Amendment)
under the
Wild Life Regulations
and the
Wild Life Act

(Filed October 23, 2000)

Under the authority of sections 73, 80, 92 and 114 of the Wild Life Regulations and the Wild Life Act, I make the following Order.

Dated at St. John’s, October 17, 2000.

Kevin Aylward
Minister of
Forest Resources and Agrifoods

ORDER

Analysis


        1.   S.10 R&S
                              Modified snaring
                              requirements

        2.   Sch. Amdt.


NR 62/00

        1. Section 10 of the Open Season Small Game Hunting and Snaring Order, 2000-2001 is repealed and the following substituted:

Modified snaring requirements

      10. A person shall not snare small game in the Northwest Grand Lake Area, the Terra Nova Area, the Charlottetown Enclave Area and the Red Indian Lake Area as described in the Schedule except with a modified snaring device acceptable to the minister.

 

        2. The Schedule to the Order is amended by adding immediately after paragraph (k) the following:

              (l)  Red Indian Lake Area

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Victoria River and Red Indian Lake;

Then following the north bank of Victoria River in a southwesterly direction to Victoria Lake;

Then following a mid-way line between the north and south shorelines of Victoria Lake to the mouth of a small river entering Victoria Lake at its southwestern extremity;

Then following the north bank of the Victoria River to a point opposite the mouth of a brook flowing from Peter Strides Pond;

Then following a straight line in a northerly direction to the intersection of the Pine Marten Study Area  and Lloyds River at the mouth of the brook flowing from Cormack Lake;

Then following the Pine Marten Study Area boundary along Lloyds River in a northeasterly direction to the mouth of Otter Pond Brook;

Then following the western bank of Otter Pond Brook, the western shore of Otter Pond and the west bank of Otter Pond Brook to Lake of the Hills;

Then following a straight line in a northwesterly direction to UTM co-ordinates 471,250 metres east and 5,379,000 metres north;

Then following a straight line in a northeasterly direction to its intersection with Clench Brook at UTM co-ordinates 500,875 metres east and 5,401,000 metres north;

Then following the south bank of Clench Brook to its mouth on Red Indian Lake;

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