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Newfoundland Regulation 2001


NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 51/01

NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 51/01

Newfoundland T’Railway Provincial Park
Proclamation
(Amendment)
under the
Provincial Parks Act

(Filed July 25, 2001)

Under the authority of subsection 4(2) of the Provincial Parks Act, I make the following Order.

Dated at St. John’s, July 25, 2001.

Clyde Granter
Deputy Minister
Tourism, Culture and Recreation

ORDER

Analysis


        1.   Sch. Amdt.


NR 93/97
as amended

        1. The Schedule to the Newfoundland T'Railway Provincial Park Proclamation is amended by adding immediately after the description of the Howley Parcel and immediately before the words "The area described in this Schedule is increased by adding the following parcels of land" the following:

6.   Terra Nova Parcel

All that piece or parcel of land situate and being north of Terra Nova, in the Electoral District of Terra Nova, being a strip of land, 30.48 metres wide, lying between 2 parallel lines and being perpendicularly distant 15.24 metres on either side of a centre line, more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at a point in the centre line of the former Canadian National Railway Line at Terra Nova, being the point of intersection of the former centre line with the centre of the northern end of the bridge spanning Terra Nova Lake;

Then running along the former centre line in general north and northeasterly directions for a distance of approximately 30 kilometres to the point of intersection of the former centre line with the centre of Northwest Brook;

Containing an area of 93 hectares, more or less;

All bearings refer to grid north.

7.   Badger Parcel

All that piece or parcel of land situate and being west of Badger in the Electoral District of Grand Falls-Buchans, being a strip of land 30.48 metres wide, lying between two parallel lines and being perpendicularly distant 15.24 metres, on either side of a centre line more-particularly described as follows:

Commencing at a point in the westerly limit of Route 370, 20 metres wide, at Badger; being the point of intersection of the limit with the centre line of the former Canadian National Railway line;

Then running along the former centre line in general northwesterly and westerly directions for a distance of approximately 42 kilometres to the point of intersection of the former centre line with the centre of the bridge spanning Mary March’s Brook;

Containing an area of 131 hectares, more or less;

All bearings refer to grid north.