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Newfoundland and Labrador
Regulation 2007


NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR REGULATION 100/07

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 100/07

Open Season Big Game Caribou Hunting Order,
Labrador, 2007-2008
under the
Wild Life Regulations
and the
Wild Life Act

(Filed September 11, 2007)

Under the authority of sections 38, 92 and 114 of the Wild Life Regulations and the Wild Life Act, I make the following Order.

Dated at St. John’s, September 4, 2007.

Clyde Jackman
Minister of Environment and Conservation

ORDER

Analysis


        1.   Short title

        2.   Hunting prohibited

        3.   Caribou hunting zones

        4.   Open season

        5.   Closed season

        6.   Special licence

        7.   Regular licence

        8.   Non-resident licence

        9.   Requirements for obtaining licence

      10.   Ammunition permitted

      11.   Permits for Sheshashiu Indian Band

      12.   Bag limits

      13.   Jawbones of animals taken

      14.   Disposal of remains

      15.   Card to be returned

      16.   Prohibition

      17.   Sunday hunting prohibition

      18.   Repeal

Schedule


Short title

        1. This Order may be cited as the Open Season Big Game Caribou Hunting Order, Labrador, 2007-2008.

Hunting prohibited

        2. The hunting of caribou is prohibited throughout Labrador except as provided for in this Order.

Caribou hunting zones

        3. The caribou hunting zones are as described in the Schedule.

Open season

              4.  (1) There shall be an open season in the George River Zone from August 10, 2007 to April 30, 2008 inclusive.

             (2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), persons holding the special licence may take male caribou at any time.

             (3)  Open seasons may be declared for the various caribou hunting zones not having an open season if the George River caribou move into those zones.

Closed season

        5. There shall be a closed season in the following zones:

             (a)  George River Zone;

             (b)  Michikamau East Zone;

             (c)  Michikamau West Zone;

             (d)  Twins Falls Zone;

             (e)  Colville Lake Zone;

              (f)  Lac Virot Zone;

             (g)  Sawbill Lake Zone;

             (h)  Milner Lake Zone;

              (i)  McPhayden River Zone;

              (j)  Bay of Islands Zone;

             (k)  Orma North Zone;

              (l)  Orma South Zone;

            (m)  Big River Zone;

             (n)  Nipishish Lake Zone;

             (o)  Grand Lake Zone;

             (p)  Seal Lake Zone;

             (q)  Double Mer Barrens Zone; and

              (r)  Mulligan River Zone.

Special licence

        6. (1) A resident who has resided permanently in the Torngat Mountains Electoral District for a period of not less than 6 consecutive months immediately prior to applying for a licence may be issued a caribou hunting licence free of charge.

             (2)  A licence issued under subsection (1) shall be known as a special licence.

             (3)  The holder of a special licence may designate another resident of Labrador to use that licence provided that the person so designated

             (a)  holds or is entitled to hold a special licence; and

             (b)  is in possession of the licence while hunting.

             (4)  Special licences shall be valid only within the George River Zone or any portion of a zone which is open and lies within the Torngat Mountains Electoral District.

Regular licence

        7. (1) A resident who does not meet the residency requirements for a special licence under subsection 6(1) may be issued a caribou hunting licence.

             (2)  A licence issued under subsection (1) shall be known as a regular licence.

             (3)  The fee for a regular licence shall be $27.

             (4)  A resident may be issued only one regular licence in a hunting season.

             (5)  The holder of a regular licence who has resided in Labrador for a period of 6 consecutive months immediately prior to applying for a licence, may designate another resident of Labrador to use that licence provided that the person so designated

             (a)  holds or is entitled to hold either a special licence or a regular licence;

             (b)  is in possession of the licence and a completed transfer form, signed by the license holder and the designated hunter; and

             (c)  assumes all responsibilities and obligations that are associated with the transferred licence.

Non-resident licence

        8. (1) A person who is not a resident may be issued a caribou hunting licence.

             (2)  A licence issued under subsection (1) shall be known as a non-resident licence.

             (3)  The fee for a non-resident licence shall be $120.

Requirements for obtaining licence

        9. (1) To obtain a regular or special caribou hunting licence, the purchaser shall

             (a)  produce 2 pieces of identification, one of which must contain his or her signature; and

             (b)  sign the licence in the vendor’s presence.

             (2)  To obtain a regular caribou hunting licence on behalf of another person, the person acquiring the licence shall

             (a)  present 2 pieces of identification, one of which must contain his or her signature;

             (b)  present a licence transfer form signed by the individual in whose name the licence is being issued; and

             (c)  sign the transfer form in the vendor’s presence.

             (3)  The licence number of a licence obtained under subsection (2) shall be recorded on the transfer form by the vendor.

             (4)  The vendor of a licence obtained under subsection (2) shall sign the transfer form.

Ammunition permitted

      10. Caribou may be hunted using .22 calibre centre-fire rifles which have a muzzle energy of 1,500 foot pounds or more.

Permits for Sheshashiu Indian Band

      11. The minister may issue to members of the Indian Band, Sheshashiu, permits authorizing the taking of caribou in any zone, subject to conditions and limits set in the permits.

Bag limits

      12. The bag limit shall be

             (a)  for holders of the special licence, no limit;

             (b)  for holders of the regular licence, 2 caribou of either sex; and

             (c)  for holders of the non-resident licence, 2 caribou of either sex.

Jawbones of animals taken

      13. All persons taking caribou are required to surrender the lower jawbones of all animals taken to a representative of the Wildlife Division no later than May 4, 2008.

Disposal of remains

      14. All persons taking caribou shall dispose of the remains at least 50 meters from the centerline of the Trans-Labrador Highway and in a manner that keeps the remains out of the visibility of persons travelling in vehicles on that highway.

Card to be returned

      15. Each licence holder is required to complete and return to the Wildlife Division the self-addressed caribou harvest inventory card attached to the licence providing the results of his or her hunting effort within 2 weeks of successfully filling the licence or no later than May 4, 2008 for unsuccessful licence holders.

Prohibition

      16. A person shall not transport or possess any firearms under the authority of a valid game licence without being in possession of an outdoor identification card, or non-resident equivalent card, issued to the person.

Sunday hunting prohibition

      17. Hunting with a firearm on Sundays shall be permitted across the entire province, beginning November 4, 2007 and ending April 30, 2008, for the species and during the seasons as described in this Order.

Repeal

      18. The Open Season Big Game Caribou Hunting Order, Labrador, 2005-2006, Newfoundland and Labrador Regulation 76/05, is repealed.


Schedule

             (a)  George River Zone

All that area of Labrador bounded by a line beginning at the point where the 54° 00' 00.0" north latitude intersects the Labrador-Quebec Boundary;

Then following the Labrador-Quebec Boundary in a northerly and easterly direction to a point where this boundary intersects 58° 26' 37.8" north latitude;

Then following a straight line in a south-easterly direction for 11941 meters to a point located at 58° 22' 14.2" north latitude and 63° 42' 2.3" west longitude;

Then following a straight line in a north-easterly direction for 15097 meters to a point located at 58° 25' 31.5" north latitude and 63° 27' 51.9" west longitude;

Then following a straight line for 8960 meters in a north-easterly direction to a point where this boundary intersects 58° 28' 12.5" north latitude and coast line of mainland Labrador;

Then following this coastline in a generally southerly direction, including all offshore islands, to the mouth of the Kanairiktok River;

Then following the north bank of the Kanairiktok River in a westerly direction to Snegamook Lake;

Then following the north shoreline of Snegamook Lake in a westerly direction to the Kanairiktok River;

Then following the north bank of the Kanairiktok River in a westerly direction to its confluence with the Sail Lake River (tributary);

Then following the Sail Lake River (tributary) in a southerly direction to a point where the Smallwood Reservoir intersects the Sail Lake Dikes (water control structures) located at 54° 25' 26.6" north latitude and 63° 14' 30.9" west longitude;

Then following a straight line in a southwesterly direction to the north bank of the McPhayden River at its confluence with Menihek Lake;

Then following the north bank of McPhayden River to its intersection with 54° 00' 00.0" north latitude;

Then following the 54° 00' 00.0" north latitude in a westerly direction to the point of commencement.

             (b)  Michikamau East Zone

All that portion of Labrador commencing at the intersection of 64° 00' 00.0" west longitude and the north bank of the Churchill River which corresponds to 53° 31' 8.3" north latitude;

Then following the north bank of the Churchill River in a westerly direction to its intersection with Bowdoin Canyon;

Then following Bowdoin Canyon in a northerly direction to its intersection with the Esker-Churchill Falls-Goose Bay Access Road;

Then following the Esker-Churchill Falls-Goose Bay Access Road in a westerly direction to the Gabbro Water Control Structure located at 53° 45' 40" north latitude and 65° 21' 50.7" west longitude;

Then following 65° 21' 50.7" west longitude due north to the intersection with 54° 13' 19.1" north latitude;

Then following a straight line in a northeasterly direction to a point located at 54° 21' 22.9" and 64° 00' 00.0" west longitude;

Then following 64° 00' 00.0" west longitude due south to the point of commencement.

             (c)  Michikamau West Zone

All that area of Labrador commencing at the Gabbro Water Control Structure located at 53° 45' 40" north latitude and 65° 21' 50.7" west longitude;

Then following the Esker-Churchill Falls-Goose Bay Access Road in a westerly direction to its connection with the Esker/Churchill Falls Access Road located at Esker Railway Siding;

Then following the Quebec, North Shore and Labrador Rail Road in a northerly direction to a point located at 54° 6' 3.1" north latitude and 66° 28' 17.3" west longitude;

Then following a straight line in a northeasterly direction a point located at 54° 13' 19.1" north latitude and 65° 21' 50.7" west longitude;

Then following the 65° 21' 50.7" west longitude due south to the point of commencement located at the Gabbro Control Structure.

             (d)  Twin Falls Zone

All that portion of Labrador commencing at the Gabbro Water Control Structure located at 53° 45' 40" north latitude and 65° 21' 50.7" west longitude;

Then following the Esker-Churchill Falls-Goose Bay Access Road in an easterly direction to its intersection with the Churchill River at Bowdoin Canyon;

Then following Bowdoin Canyon in a generally southerly direction to its intersection with the Churchill River;

Then following the north bank of the Churchill River in a generally southeasterly direction to the confluence of the Unknown River;

Then following the north bank of the Unknown River in a westerly direction to its intersection with the Twin Falls Access Road;

Then following the Twin Falls Access Road in a southerly direction to the north west corner of Baikie Lake;

Then following the western shoreline of Baikie Lake in a southwesterly direction to the inflow of the Unknown River;

Then following the north bank of the Unknown River to the Ossokmanuam Water Control Structure;

Then following a straight line in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the Trans-Labrador Highway with the west shoreline of the Ossokmanuam Reservoir;

Then following a straight line in a northwesterly direction to the Gabbro Water Control Structure, the point of commencement.

             (e)  Colville Lake Zone

All that area encompassed by a line commencing at the intersection of the Trans-Labrador Highway and the west shore of Ossokmanuan Lake;

Then following the Trans-Labrador Highway in a southwesterly direction to the intersection with the Quebec, North Shore and Labrador Railway;

Then following the Quebec, North Shore and Labrador Railroad in a northerly direction to Esker Railway Siding;

Then following the Esker-Churchill Falls-Goose Bay Access Road in a easterly direction to Gabbro Water Control Structure located at 53° 45' 40" north latitude and 65° 21' 50.7" west longitude;

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

              (f)  Lac Virot Zone

All that area of Labrador bounded by a line commencing at the intersection of the Trans-Labrador Highway and the Quebec, North Shore and Labrador Rail Road;

Then following the Trans-Labrador Highway in a westerly direction to the Nouveau Quebec-Labrador boundary;

Then following the Nouveau Quebec-Labrador boundary in a generally northerly direction to the point located at 53° 27' 38.4" north latitude and 66° 54' 57.9" west longitude on the Quebec-Labrador boundary;

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

             (g)  Sawbill Lake Zone

All that of Labrador bounded by a line commencing at the intersection of the Trans-Labrador Highway and the Quebec, North Shore and Labrador Rail Road;

Then following the Quebec, North Shore and Labrador Rail Road in a northerly direction to the railway bridge crossing over the Evening Lake River near the Sawbill Railway Siding;

Then following a straight line in a southwesterly direction to 53° 27' 38.4" north latitude and 66° 54' 57.9" west longitude on the Quebec-Labrador boundary;

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

             (h)  Milner Lake Zone

All that of Labrador bounded by a line commencing at the Quebec, North Shore and Labrador Rail Road bridge crossing over the Evening Lake River;

Then following the Quebec, North Shore and Labrador Rail Road in a northerly direction to the intersection of the Esker-Churchill Falls Access Road at the Esker Railway Siding;

Then following a straight line in a northwesterly direction across Menihek Lake to the north shore mouth of Milner Lake River;

Then following the north bank of the Milner Lake River and the northern shorelines of Clark Lake, Square Lake, Coghill Lake, and Milner Lake to the intersection with Quebec-Labrador boundary at 53° 45' 21" north latitude;

Then following the Quebec-Labrador boundary in a southerly direction to the point on the Quebec-Labrador boundary located at 53° 27' 38.4" north latitude and 66° 54' 57.9" west longitude;

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

              (i)  McPhayden River Zone

All that area of Labrador bounded by a line beginning at the point where the 54° 00' 00.0" north latitude intersects the Labrador-Quebec Boundary;

Then following 54° 00' 00.0" north latitude westward to its intersection with the north bank of the McPhayden River;

Then following the north bank of the McPhayden River to its outflow into Menihek Lake;

Then following a straight line in a northeasterly direction across Menihek Lake to a point located at 54° 6' 3.1" north latitude and 66° 28' 17.3" west longitude;

Then following the Quebec, North Shore and Labrador Rail Road in a southerly direction to its connection with the Esker/Churchill Falls Access Road located at Esker Railway Siding;

Then following a straight line in a northwesterly direction across Menihek Lake to the north shore mouth of Milner Lake River;

Then following the north bank of the Milner Lake River and the northern shorelines of Clark Lake, Square Lake, Coghill Lake, and Milner Lake to the intersection with Quebec-Labrador boundary at 53° 45' 21" north latitude;

Then following Quebec-Labrador boundary in a northerly direction to the point of commencement.

              (j)  Bay of Islands Zone

All that area of Labrador commencing at the western extremity of West Micmac Lake located at 54° 44' 15.9" north latitude and 60° 7' 26.5" west longitude;

Then following the southern shoreline of Kaipokok River in a westerly direction to Warrens Lake;

Then following the south shoreline of Warrens Lake in westerly direction to Kaipokok River;

Then following the southern bank of Kaipokok River in a westerly direction to its headwaters;

Then following the south shoreline of a string of lakes to the eastern extremity of Belly Fish Lake;

Then following a straight line in a generally northwesterly direction to the Kanairiktok River at the point where it joins the northwestern extremity of Snegamook Lake;

Then following the northern shoreline of Snegamook Lake in an easterly direction to Kanairiktok River;

Then following the north bank of the Kanairiktok River in a generally northeasterly direction to Kanairiktok Bay;

Then following the southeastern coastline of Kanairiktok Bay;

Then following the coastline of the Bay of Islands and the northwestern coastline of Kaipokok Bay to the mouth of the Kaipokok River;

Then following the southern bank of the Kaipokok River in a westerly direction to East Micmac Lake;

Then following the southern shoreline of the East Micmac Lake in a westerly direction to Kaipokok River;

Then following the southern bank of the Kaipokok River to West Micmac Lake and the point of commencement.

             (k)  Orma North Zone

All that area of Labrador commencing where the Smallwood Reservoir intersects the Sail Lake Dikes located at 54° 25' 26.6" north latitude and 63° 14' 30.9" west longitude;

Then following the Sail Lake River in a northerly direction to the Kanairiktok River;

Then following the north bank of Kanairiktok River to the intersection with 62° 55' 41" west longitude;

Then following that longitude due south to the intersection with the north shoreline of Pike Lake located at 53° 54' 47.8" north latitude and 62° 55' 41" west longitude;

Then following the north shoreline of Pike Lake in a northwesterly direction to confluence with the Pike River;

Then following the north bank of Pike River west to the confluence with the Smallwood Reservoir;

Then following the south shoreline of Smallwood Reservoir in a westerly direction to a point of land at position located at 53° 58' 40.2" north latitude and 63° 37' 13.7" west longitude;

Then following a straight line in a northwesterly direction to a position located at 54° 00' 00.0" north latitude and 64° 00' 00.0" west longitude;

Then following 64° 00' 00.0" west longitude due north to the intersection with 54° 21' 22.9" north latitude;

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

              (l)  Orma South Zone

All that area of Labrador at the intersection of the north bank of Churchill River (Grand River) and 64° 00' 00.0" west longitude;

Then following that longitude due north to the intersection with 54° 00' 00.0" north latitude;

Thence following a straight line in a southeasterly direction to the intersection with a point of land located at 53° 58' 40.2" north latitude and 63° 37' 13.7" west longitude;

Then following the southern shoreline of Smallwood Reservoir in a easterly direction to the confluence with the Smallwood reservoir with north bank of Pike River;

Then following the north bank of Pike River east to Pike Lake;

Then following the north shoreline of Pike Lake in a easterly direction to the intersection with 62° 55' 41" west longitude;

Then following 62° 55' 41" west longitude due south to the Metchin River outlet on an unnamed lake located at 53° 36' 4.9" north latitude and 62° 55' 41" west longitude;

Then following the west bank of the Metchin River in a southwesterly direction to the Churchill River (Grand River);

Then following the north bank of Churchill River (Grand River) in a northwesterly direction to the point of commencement.

            (m)  Big River Zone

All that area of Labrador commencing at the western extremity of west Micmac Lake located at 54° 44' 15.9" north latitude and 60° 7' 26.5" west longitude;

Then following the southern bank of Kaipokok River and southern shoreline East Micmac Lake in a generally easterly direction to Kaipokok Bay;

Then following the southern shoreline of Kaipokok Bay to Cape Ailik;

Then following the coastline of the Labrador Sea in a generally southwesterly direction to the mouth of Big River;

Then following the northwestern bank of Big River in a southwesterly direction to the junction of Big River and a tributary flowing out of Little Michinappi Lake located at 54° 32' 22.7" north latitude and 59° 25' 44.7" west longitude which corresponds to the eastern extremity of Little Michinappi Lake;

Then following a straight line in a generally northwesterly direction to the western extremity of West Micmac Lake , the point of commencement.

             (n)  Nipishish Lake Zone

All that area of Labrador commencing at the western extremity of west Micmac Lake located at 54° 44' 15.9" north latitude and 60° 7' 26.5" west longitude;

Then following a straight line in a southeasterly direction to the eastern extremity of Little Michinappi Lake which corresponds to the junction of Big River and a tributary flowing out of Little Michinappi Lake located at 54° 32' 22.7" north latitude and 59° 25' 44.7" west longitude;

Then following a straight line in a generally southwesterly direction to its intersection with Main River located at 54° 12' 27" north latitude and 59° 47' 6.5" west longitude;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of the unnamed lake located at 53° 55' 54.3" north latitude and 60° 4' 38.8" west longitude at the Mulligan River;

Then following a straight line in a generally westerly direction to the confluence of the Naskaupi and Red Wine rivers;

Then following the western bank of the Naskaupi River to Naskaupi Lake;

Then following the eastern shoreline of Naskaupi Lake in a generally northerly direction to the Narrows;

Then following the unnamed river draining Namaycush Lake;

Then following the western shore of Namaycush Lake to its northern extremity;

Then following a straight line in a generally northerly direction to the southern extremity of Pocket Knife Lake;

Then following the western shore of Pocket Knife Lake to its northern extremity;

Then following a straight line in a generally northwesterly direction to the eastern extremity of Belly Fish Lake;

Then following the southern shoreline of the string of unnamed lakes in a generally northeasterly direction to the headwaters of the Kaipokok River;

Then following the southern shoreline of the Kaipokok River in a generally easterly direction to the point of commencement.

             (o)  Grand Lake Zone

All that area encompassed by a line commencing at the southern extremity of the unnamed lake located at 53° 55' 54.3" north latitude and 60° 4' 38.8" west longitude at the Mulligan River;

Then following the Mulligan River in a generally southerly direction to the confluence of Mulligan river with the unnamed river located at 53° 52' 2.6" north latitude and 60° 5' 26.7" west longitude;

Then following a straight line in a generally southwesterly direction to Mokami Hill;

Then following a straight line in a generally southwesterly direction to Ten Mile Point on Grand Lake;

Then following a straight line across Grand Lake to Cape Caribou;

Then following the southwest shoreline of Grand Lake and the shore of Nardini Pond to the Naskaupi River;

Then following the western bank of the Naskaupi River to the confluence of this river with the Red Wine River;

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

             (p)  Seal Lake Zone

All that area of Labrador commencing at 53° 54' 47.8" north latitude and 62° 55' 41" west longitude and the north shoreline of Pike Lake;

Then following that longitude north to the intersection of the Kanairitok River located at 54° 27' 51.4" north latitude and 62° 55' 41" west longitude;

Then following the north shoreline of the Kanairitok River to the northwestern extremity Snegamook Lake;

Then following a straight line in a generally southeasterly direction to the eastern extremity of Belly Fish Lake;

Then following a straight line in a generally southeasterly direction to the northern extremity of Pocket Knife Lake;

Then following the western shoreline of the Pocket Knife Lake to its southern extremity;

Then following a straight line in a generally southeasterly direction to the northern extremity of Namaycush Lake;

Then following the western shoreline of the Namaycush Lake to the unnamed river draining it;

Then following this unnamed river to the Narrows;

Then following the eastern shoreline of Naskaupi Lake to the Naskaupi River;

Then following the western bank of the Naskaupi River in a generally southerly direction to the confluence of the Naskaupi and Wapustan Rivers;

Then following the northern shorelines of the Wapustan River and the unnamed lake at the headwaters of the Wapustan River to the western extremity of the lake located at 54° 8' 20.4" north latitude and 61° 49' 49.6" west longitude;

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

             (q)  Double Mer Barrens

All that area of Labrador commencing at the intersection of Main River and Sandy Point on Double Mer Lake,

Then following the northern shoreline of Double Mer Lake to Whittles Point;

Then following a straight line in a southerly direction to the north shore of Valley Bay on Lake Melville located at 54° 2' 42.8" north latitude and 58° 56' 57.7" west longitude;

Then following the north shore of Lake Melville in an easterly direction to Double Mer Point;

Then following a straight line in a northeasterly direction to Jewel Point in Groswater Bay;

Then following the north shoreline of Groswater Bay to Long Point;

Then following a straight line in a northwesterly direction to Green Point;

Then following the shoreline in a southwesterly direction to the north bank of Tom Luscombe Brook;

Then following the north bank of Tom Luscombes Brook to a unnamed tributary entering Tom Luscombes Brook located at 54° 20' 23.3" north latitude and 58° 30' 56.4" west longitude;

Then following this unnamed tributary to its source in Tom Luscombes Pond;

Then following a straight line in a generally northwesterly direction to the junction of Big River and a tributary flowing out of Little Michinappi Lake located at 54° 32' 22.7" north latitude and 59° 25' 44.7" west longitude;

Then following a straight line in a generally southwesterly direction to its intersection with Main River located at 54° 12' 27" north latitude and 59° 47' 6.5" west longitude;

Then following the eastern bank of Main River in a southeasterly direction to Double Mer Lake and following the northern shoreline of Double Mer Lake to the point of commencement.

              (r)  Mulligan River

All that area of Labrador commencing at the intersection of Main River and Sandy Point on Double Mer Lake,

Then following the northern shoreline of Double Mer Lake to Whittles Point;

Then following a straight line in a southerly direction to the north shore of Valley Bay on Lake Melville located at 54° 2' 42.8" north latitude and 58° 56' 57.7" west longitude;

Then continuing on this straight line in a southeasterly direction to Burnt Head on Lake Melville;

Then following the shoreline of Lake Melville in a southwesterly direction to Upper Long Point;

Then following a straight line in a southwesterly direction to Montagnais Point;

Then following a straight line in a southwesterly direction to the outlet of an unnamed stream on Little Lake located at 53° 33' 26" north latitude and 60° 10' 22.4" west longitude;

Then following the northern shoreline of Little Lake to the Rapids;

Then following a straight line to the closest point on the opposite shoreline of the Rapids;

Then following the southern shoreline of the Rapids in a northwesterly direction to Grand Lake;

Then following the southwestern shoreline of Grand Lake in a northwesterly direction to Cape Caribou;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeasterly direction to Ten Mile Point on Grand Lake;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeasterly direction to Mokami Hill;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeasterly direction to the confluence of Mulligan river with the unnamed river located at 53° 52' 2.6" north latitude and 60° 5' 26.7" west longitude;

Then following the Mulligan River in a generally northerly direction to the outlet of an unnamed lake at its southern extremity located at 53° 55' 54.3" north latitude and 60° 4' 38.8" west longitude;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeasterly direction to its intersection with Main River located at 54° 12' 27" north latitude and 59° 47' 6.5" west longitude;

Then following the eastern bank of Main River in a southeasterly direction to Double Mer Lake and following the northern shoreline to the point of commencement.