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Statutes of Newfoundland and Labrador 2007


CHAPTER 2

AN ACT TO AMEND THE HOUSE
OF ASSEMBLY ACT

(Assented to March 27, 2007)

Analysis


        1.   S.5 R&S
Districts

        2.   Sch. R&S

        3.   Commencement


Be it enacted by the Lieutenant-Governor and House of Assembly in Legislative Session convened, as follows:

RSNL1990 cH-10
as amended

        1. Section 5 of the House of Assembly Act is repealed and the following substituted:

Districts

        5. Each district for which a member shall be returned to the House of Assembly is listed below and is more particularly described and delineated in the Schedule, and each district shall return one member to the House of Assembly:

Baie Verte - Springdale
Bay of Islands
Bellevue
Bonavista North
Bonavista South
Burgeo - La Poile
Burin - Placentia West
Cape St. Francis
Carbonear - Harbour Grace
Cartwright - L
=Anse au Clair
Conception Bay East - Bell Island
Conception Bay South
Exploits
Ferryland
Fortune Bay - Cape La Hune
Gander
Grand Bank
Grand Falls-Windsor - Buchans
Grand Falls-Windsor - Green Bay South
Harbour Main
Humber East
Humber Valley
Humber West
Kilbride
Labrador West
Lake Melville
Lewisporte
Mount Pearl North
Mount Pearl South
Placentia - St. Mary’s
Port au Port
Port de Grave
Signal Hill - Quidi Vidi
St. Barbe
St. George’s - Stephenville East
St. John’s Centre
St. John’s East
St. John’s North
St. John’s South
St. John’s West
Terra Nova
The Isles of Notre Dame
The Straits - White Bay North
Topsail
Torngat Mountains
Trinity - Bay de Verde
Trinity North
Virginia Waters

 

        2. The Schedule of the Act is repealed and the following substituted:

Schedule

Baie Verte - Springdale

The District of Baie Verte - Springdale shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway and the meridian of 56° 45' west longitude;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the meridian of 56° 30' west longitude;

Then running due east to its intersection with the meridian of 56° 20' west longitude;

Then running north along the meridian of 56° 20' west longitude to its intersection with the centre line of Indian Brook;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Indian Brook to its intersection with the western shoreline of Halls Bay, south of the community of Springdale;

Then running in general northeasterly and northwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline to Partridge Point, White Bay;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the sinuosities of the eastern shoreline of White Bay to its intersection with the meridian of 56° 45' west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 56° 45' west longitude to the point of beginning, together with Horse Islands, Gull Island, Little Bay Island, and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Purbeck=s Cove, Westport, Seal Cove, Wild Cove, Coachman=s Cove, Fleur de Lys, Baie Verte, Ming=s Bight, Pacquet, Woodstock, Harbour Round, Brent=s Cove, La Scie, Shoe Cove, Tilt Cove, Snooks Arm, Nippers Harbour, Burlington, Smith=s Harbour, Middle Arm, Rattling Brook, King=s Point, Jackson=s Cove, Harry=s Harbour, Nickey=s Nose Cove, Langdon=s Cove, Silverdale, Beachside, Little Bay, St. Patricks, Little Bay Islands, Sheppardville and Springdale.

Population - 11,525

Bay Of Islands

The District of the Bay of Islands shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of land known as North Head, located on the eastern shoreline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, north of the Bay of Islands;

Then running in an easterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 49° 18' north latitude and the meridian of 57° 30' west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 57° 30' west longitude to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of Deer Lake;

Then running in a westerly direction to the summit of Old Man Mountain, north of Old Mans Pond;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the centre line of the Bay of Islands North Shore Highway, Route #440 and the southern shoreline of Humber River;

Then running along the southern shoreline of Humber River and the Humber Arm in a general westerly direction to its intersection with the centre line of St. Mary=s Brook;

Then running in a southerly direction along the centre line of St. Mary=s Brook to its intersection with the centre line of Curling Street;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Curling Street to its intersection with the centre line of Birchy Cove Drive;

Then running along the centre line of Birchy Cove Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Woodbine Avenue;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Woodbine Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of O=Connell Drive;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of O=Connell Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Lewin Parkway;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 48° 55' north latitude and the meridian of 58° 05' west longitude;

Then running in a westerly direction to the point of intersection with the shoreline of Rope Cove and the centre line of Rope Cove Brook, located on the eastern shoreline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the sinuosities of the eastern shoreline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the point of beginning, together with Woods Island, Pearl Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Lark Harbour, York Harbour, Frenchman=s Cove, Benoit=s Cove, Halfway Point, Mount Moriah, Petries, Hughes Brook, Irishtown, Summerside, Meadows, Gillams, McIver=s, Cox=s Cove and a part of the City of Corner Brook.

Population - 9,936

Bellevue

The District of Bellevue shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of land known as Bald Head, south of the community of Gooseberry Cove, Trinity Bay;

Then running due west to the point of intersection with the meridian of 55° west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 55° west longitude to its intersection with the parallel of 47° 30' north latitude;

Then running east along the parallel of 47° 30' north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 54° 30' west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 54° 30' west longitude to its intersection with the western shoreline of Placentia Bay, located near the point of land known as White Sail Head, southwest of the vacated community of Toslow;

Then running in general northeasterly and southeasterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Placentia Bay to the point of land known as Corbin Head, located on the eastern shoreline of Placentia Bay, northwest of the community of Long Harbour;

Then running due east to the point of intersection with the centre line of Route #202;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Route #202 to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of the road leading to Ocean Pond;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 47° 30' north latitude and the meridian of 53° 25' west longitude;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the intersection of the centre line of Route #80 and the centre line of Route #73;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction to the point of land known as Hopeall Head, located on the western shoreline of Hopeall Bay, Trinity Bay;

Then running in general southeasterly and northwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Trinity Bay to the point of beginning, together with Woody Island, Bar Haven Island, Merasheen Island, Long Island, Red Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Goobies, English Harbour East, Grand Le Pierre, Terrenceville, Little Harbour East, Little Bay East, Bay L=Argent, St. Bernard=s, Jacques Fontaine, Monkstown, Woody Island, Garden Cove, Swift Current, Goose Cove, North Harbour, Come by Chance, Arnold=s Cove, Arnolds Cove Station, Southern Harbour, Little Harbour East, Fair Haven, Sunnyside, Chance Cove, Thornlea, Bellevue, Norman=s Cove, Chapel Arm, Old Shop, Blaketown, South Dildo, Broad Cove, Dildo and New Harbour.

Population - 11,005

Bonavista North

The District of Bonavista North shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of intersection of the centre line of a bridge, located on Route #320 and the centre line of an unnamed brook, which empties into the Northwest Arm of Locker=s Bay;

Then running due west to the point of intersection with the eastern boundary of the District of Gander;

Then running due north and due west along the boundary of the District of Gander to its intersection with the centre line of Route #330;

Then running due north to its intersection with the parallel of 49° 20' north latitude;

Then running due east along the parallel of 49° 20' north latitude to its intersection with the western shoreline of Gander Bay, near the community of Wings Point;

Then running in general southwesterly and northeasterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Gander Bay and Fredericton Harbour to the point of land known as Noggin Point;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Rocky Bay and Aspen Cove to the point of land known as Ladle Point;

Then running in general southeasterly and southwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Ragged Harbour, Deadman=s Bay, and Locker=s Bay to the point of beginning, together with Pool=s Island, Greenspond Island, Silver Fox Island, Lewis Island and all other adjacent islands, with the exception of those islands contained in the District of The Isles of Notre Dame.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Clarke=s Head, Wings Point, Gander Bay South, Gander Bay, Main Point, Davidsville, Frederickton, Noggin Cove, Carmanville, Aspen Cove, Ladle Cove, Musgrave Harbour, Deadman=s Bay, Lumsden, Cape Freels North, Templeman, Pound Cove, Newtown, Valleyfield, Wesleyville, Brookfield, Badger=s Quay, Pool=s Island, Greenspond, Indian Bay, Parsons Point, Centreville and Trinity.

Population - 10,064

Bonavista South

The District of Bonavista South shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Southwest Brook and the shoreline of Goose Bay, Bonavista Bay;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Southwest Brook to its intersection with the meridian of 53° 55' west longitude;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 48° 15' north latitude and the meridian of 54° west longitude;

Then running east along the parallel of 48° 15' north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 53° 45' west longitude;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 48° 25' north latitude and the meridian of 53° 28' west longitude;

Then running east along the parallel of 48° 25' north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 53° 15' west longitude;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to the point of land known as Norther Point, Trinity Bay;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the sinuosities of the eastern shoreline of the Bonavista Peninsula to the point of land known as Cape Bonavista;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the sinuosities of the shoreline to the point of beginning, together with all adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Lethbridge, Jamestown, Portland, Winter Brook, Sweet Bay, Southern Bay, Princeton, Brooklyn, Summerville, Plate Cove East, Plate Cove West, Open Hall, Red Cliff, Tickle Cove, Keels, Duntara, King=s Cove, Stock Cove, Knights Cove, Upper Amherst Cove, Amherst Cove, Newmans Cove, Bonavista, Lance Cove, Spillars Cove, Elliston, Little Catalina, Catalina, Port Union and Melrose.

Population - 10,014

Burgeo - La Poile

The District of Burgeo - La Poile shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of intersection with the meridian of 57° west longitude and the shoreline of the southwest coast, located east of the community of Grey River;

Then running due north along the meridian of 57° west longitude to its intersection with the parallel of 48° 30' north latitude;

Then running west along the parallel of 48° 30' north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 58° west longitude;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the point of land known as Red Rocks, located on the eastern shoreline of Cabot Strait, north of Cape Ray;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the sinuosities of the southwest coast to the point of beginning, together with Burgeo Island, Ramea Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Cape Ray, Channel-Port aux Basques, Margaree, Fox Roost, Isle aux Morts, Burnt Islands, Rose Blanche, Harbour Le Cou, La Poile, Petites, East Bay, Grand Bruit, Grey River, Burgeo, and Ramea.

Population - 10,600

Burin - Placentia West

The District of Burin - Placentia West shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the meridian of 54° 30' west longitude and the western shoreline of Placentia Bay, located near the point of land known as White Sail Head, southwest of the vacated community of Toslow;

Then running north along the meridian of 54° 30' west longitude to its intersection with the parallel of 47° 30' north latitude;

Then running west along the parallel of 47° 30' north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 55° west longitude;

Then running north along the meridian of 55° west longitude to its intersection with the southern shoreline of Fortune Bay;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the southern shoreline of Fortune Bay to the point of land known as Devil Brook Head;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to the point of intersection with the northwestern corner of the Town of Burin Municipal Boundary (2001);

Then running in a southeasterly direction along the Town of Burin Municipal Boundary (2001), to its intersection with the shoreline of Burin Inlet;

Then running in general northeasterly and southeasterly directions along the shoreline of Burin Inlet to Neck Point;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the sinuosities of the western shoreline of Placentia Bay to the point of beginning, together with Burin Island, Marticot Island, Jude Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Marystown, Burin, Mortier, Little Bay, Mooring Cove, Spanish Room, Rock Harbour, Jean de Baie, Red Harbour, Baine Harbour, Rushoon, Parkers Cove, Boat Harbour, Brookside, Petit Forte and Southeast Bight.

Population - 11,144

Cape St. Francis

The District of Cape St. Francis shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the shoreline of Robin Hood Bay and the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998);

Then running in a general westerly direction along the boundary to its intersection with the centre line of Logy Bay Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Logy Bay Road to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway, also known as the Outer Ring Road;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of Portugal Cove Road;

Then running along the centre line of Portugal Cove Road to its intersection with the centre line of an unnamed river, which extends between Windsor Lake and Newfound Pond;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the point of intersection with the southwesternmost point of the Town of Torbay Municipal Boundary (1996);

Then running in a northwesterly direction along the boundary to its intersection with the Town of Portugal Cove-St. Philips Municipal Boundary (1996);

Then running in a northwesterly direction along the eastern boundary of the Town of Portugal Cove-St. Philips Municipal Boundary (1996) to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of Conception Bay;

Then running in general northerly and southeasterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline to the point of beginning.

Note: This district includes the communities of Bauline, Pouch Cove, Flatrock, Shoe Cove, Torbay, Middle Cove, Outer Cove, Logy Bay and part of the City of St. John=s.

Population - 11,777

Carbonear - Harbour Grace

The District of Carbonear - Harbour Grace shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded by:

Beginning at the point of land known as Salmon Cove Head, located on the western shoreline of Conception Bay, east of the Town of Salmon Cove;

Then running in a southwesterly direction along the Town of Salmon Cove Municipal Boundary (1996) to its intersection with the Town of Victoria Municipal Boundary (1996);

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the common municipal boundary between the above mentioned towns to a point where the town boundaries change direction and cease to be common;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 47° 49' north latitude and the centre line of Route #74, which extends between the communities of Victoria and Heart=s Content;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 47°42' north latitude and the meridian of 53° 23' west longitude;

Then running south along the eastern boundary of the District of Trinity - Bay de Verde to its intersection with the parallel of 47° 37' north latitude;

Then running in an easterly direction to the summit of Rocky Hills;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the intersection with the centre line of an abandoned railway bed and the centre line of Brown=s Road;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Brown=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Churchill Road;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Churchill Road to its intersection with the centre line of the Conception Bay Highway, Route #70;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of the Conception Bay Highway, Route #70, to its intersection with the centre line of Brazil=s Hill Road;

Then running in a northerly direction along the centre line of Brazil=s Hill Road to its intersection with the centre line of Cranes Road;

Then running in a northeasterly direction along the centre line of Cranes Road to its intersection with the centre line of Thickets Road;

Then running in a northerly direction to the intersection of the eastern shoreline of Island Cove Pond and the centre line of an unnamed river;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the intersection of the northeastern shoreline of Bryants Cove Pond and the centerline of a second unnamed river;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to the point of land known as Green Head, located on the western shoreline of Conception Bay, south of the community of Bryants Cove;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the sinuosities of the western shoreline of Conception Bay to the point of beginning, together with all adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Tilton, Bryants Cove, Riverhead, Harbour Grace, Carbonear, Victoria, Freshwater, and part of the community of Spaniard=s Bay.

Population - 12,051

Cartwright - L=Anse au Clair

The District of Cartwright - L=Anse au Clair shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of intersection of the boundary of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Province of Quebec, near Blanc Sablon, and the northern shore of the Strait of Belle Isle;

Then running north along the boundary to its intersection with the parallel of 52° north latitude;

Then running west along the parallel of 52° north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 57° 37' west longitude;

Then running along the eastern boundary of the District of Lake Melville, north along the meridian of 57° 37' west longitude to its intersection with the southern shore of Groswater Bay;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the sinuosities of the southern shoreline of Groswater Bay to Fish Cove Point;

Then running in general southeasterly, southerly and southwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the eastern shoreline of Labrador to the point of beginning, together with Belle Isle, Grady Island, Island of Ponds, Square Islands and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Cartwright, Charlottetown, Mary=s Harbour, Port Hope Simpson, St. Lewis, Black Tickle, Domino, Lodge Bay, Paradise River, Pinsent=s Arm, Williams Harbour, Red Bay, Pinware, West St. Modeste, Capstan Island, L=Anse-au-Loup, L=Anse-Amour, Forteau, and L=anse-au-Clair.

Population - 4,713

Conception Bay East - Bell Island

The District of Conception Bay East - Bell Island shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the eastern shoreline of Conception Bay and the Town of Paradise Municipal Boundary (1998);

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the Town of Paradise Municipal Boundary (1998) to its intersection with the centre line of Topsail Road;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Topsail Road to its intersection with a transmission line, located on the eastern side of McNamara Road, Paradise;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of the transmission line to its intersection with the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998);

Then running in a general westerly direction along the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998) to its intersection with the centre line of Bennett=s Road, located on the northern side of Healeys Pond;

Then running along the centre line of Bennett=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of King=s Road;

Then running along the centre line of King=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Old Broad Cove Road;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Old Broad Cove Road to its intersection with the centre line of Portugal Cove Road;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Portugal Cove Road to its intersection with the centre line of an unnamed river, which extends between Windsor Lake and Newfound Pond;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the point of intersection with the southwesternmost point of the Town of Torbay Municipal Boundary (1996);

Then running in a northwesterly direction along the municipal boundary to its intersection with the Town of Portugal Cove-St. Philips Municipal Boundary (1996);

Then running along the eastern boundary of the Town of Portugal Cove-St. Philips Municipal Boundary (1996), in a northwesterly direction to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of Conception Bay;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the sinuosities of Conception Bay shoreline to the point of beginning, together with Bell Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of St. Thomas, Wabana, Lance Cove, Freshwater, parts of the communities of Portugal Cove-St. Philips and Paradise and part of the City of St. John=s.

Population - 11,787

Conception Bay South

The District of Conception Bay South shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Lower Gullies River and the southeastern shoreline of Conception Bay;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Lower Gullies River to its intersection with the shoreline of Lower Gully Pond;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the western shoreline of Lower Gully Pond to its intersection with the centre line of Lower Gullies River;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Lower Gullies River to its intersection with the centre line of the Conception Bay Highway, Route #60;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of the Conception Bay Highway, Route #60, to its intersection with the centre line of Forest Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Forest Road to its intersection with the centre line of Lower Gullies River;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Lower Gullies River to its intersection with the shoreline of Black Mountain Pond;

Then running due south to the point of intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of the Conception Bay South By-Pass Road, Route #2, also known as Manuels Access Road;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of the Conception Bay South By-Pass Road, Route #2, also known as Manuels Access Road, to its intersection with the centre line of Fowler=s Road;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Fowler=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Chanterelle Drive;

Then running along the centre line of Chanterelle Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Fowler=s Road;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Fowler=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Windemere Place;

Then running along the centre line of Windemere Place to its intersection with the centre line of Swansea Street;

Then running along the centre line of Swansea Street to its intersection with the centre line of Cambridge Crescent;

Then running along the centre line of Cambridge Crescent to its intersection with the centre line of Sweetbridge Avenue;

Then running along the centre line of Sweetbridge Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Sweetenwater Avenue;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Sweetenwater Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Riverside Avenue;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Riverside Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Squires Avenue;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Squires Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Neil=s Lane;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Neil=s Lane to its intersection with the centre line of Hillview Avenue;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the point of intersection with the centre line of Swansea Street and the centre line of Neil=s Line Extension;

Then running along the centre line of Neil=s Line Extension to its intersection with the centre line of Fowler=s Road;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Fowler=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Swansborough Heights;

Then running along the centre line of Swansborough Heights to its intersection with the centre line of Rich=s Place;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Rich=s Place to its intersection with the centre line of Hierlihy=s Place;

Then running along the centre line of Hierlihy=s Place to its intersection with the Conception Bay Highway, Route #60;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the Conception Bay Highway, Route #60, to its intersection with the centre line of an unnamed river which runs parallel to the centre line of Wharf Lane;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of the unnamed river to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of Conception Bay;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Conception Bay to the point of beginning.

Note: This district includes the communities of Kelligrews, Foxtrap, Long Pond, Manuels, Chamberlains, and part of the community of Topsail.

Population - 12,083

Exploits

The District of Exploits shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway and the meridian of 55° 26' west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 55° 26' west longitude to its intersection with a line, which extends due east from its point of intersection with the centre line of a transmission line which crosses the Exploits River, and the southern shoreline of the Exploits River;

Then running due west along the line to its point of intersection with the centre line of the transmission line which crosses the Exploits River, and the southern shoreline of the Exploits River;

Then running in a northwesterly direction along the centre line of the transmission line to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of the Bishop=s Falls Access Road;

Then running due north to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of Seal Bay;

Then running in general northeasterly, easterly and southwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the eastern shoreline of Seal Bay, Osmonton Arm, New Bay, and the Bay of Exploits to its intersection with the northern shoreline of the Exploits River;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the northern shoreline of the Exploits River to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway, where Route #1 spans the Sir Robert Bond Bridge;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the center line of the Trans Canada Highway to the point of beginning, together with Exploits Islands and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Glovers Harbour, Leading Tickles South, Leading Tickles, Point Leamington, Pleasantview, Fortune Harbour, Moore=s Cove, Cottrell=s Cove, Point of Bay, Phillips Head, Northern Arm, Botwood, Peterview and Bishop=s Falls.

Population - 10,166

Ferryland

The District of Ferryland shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the westernmost point of Empty Basket Cove, north of Motion Bay, on the eastern shoreline of the Avalon Peninsula;

Then running in a westerly direction to the point of intersection with the summit of Blood Hill;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to the point of intersection with the centre line of Petty Harbour Road and the eastern shoreline of an unnamed brook, which extends between First Pond and Second Pond;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the eastern shoreline of the unnamed brook to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of Second Pond;

Then running in general southerly directions along the eastern shoreline of Second Pond to its intersection with the southern shoreline of an unnamed brook, which extends between Second Pond and Third Pond;

Then running along the southern shoreline of the unnamed brook to its intersection with the southern shoreline of Third Pond;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the southern shoreline of Third Pond to its intersection with the centre line of Cochrane Pond Brook;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Cochrane Pond Brook to its intersection with the centre line of Route #10;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of Route #10 to its intersection with the centre line of Durdle Drive;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Durdle Drive to its intersection with the centre line of the Back Line;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of the Back Line to its intersection with the centre line of Doyle=s Road;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Doyle=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Robert E. Howlett Memorial Drive, Route #3;

Then running due west to the point of intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of the Witless Bay Line, Route #13;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the point of land known as Western Head, located on the southeastern shoreline of St. Mary=s Bay, west of St. Shott=s;

Then running in general easterly and northerly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline to the point of beginning, together with all adjacent islands.

Note: This district includes the communities of St. Shott=s, Shoal Point, Daniel=s Point, Trepassey, Biscay Bay, Portugal Cove South, Cappahayden, Kingman=s, Fermeuse, Renews, Port Kirwan, Aquaforte, Ferryland, Calvert, Cape Broyle, Admiral=s Cove, Shore=s Cove, Brigus South, St. Michaels, Bauline East, Burnt Cove, Tors Cove, Mobile, Witless Bay, Bay Bulls, Petty Harbour, Maddox Cove and a part of the Goulds.

Population - 11,901

Fortune Bay - Cape La Hune

The District of Fortune Bay - Cape La Hune shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of intersection with the meridian of 57o west longitude and the shoreline of the southwest coast, located east of the community of Grey River;

Then running due north along the meridian of 57° west longitude to its intersection with the parallel of 48° 30' north latitude;

Then running east along the parallel of 48° 30' north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 55° west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 55° west longitude to its intersection with the northern shoreline of Fortune Bay;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the sinuosities of the shoreline to the point of beginning, together with Brunette Island, Pass Island, Long Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of François, McCallum, Conne River, Milltown, Head of Bay d=Espoir, Morrisville, St. Alban=s, St. Josephs Cove, St. Veronica=s, Gaultois, Little Bay, Hermitage, Dawson=s Cove, Harbour Breton, St. Jacques, Coomb=s Cove, Boxey, Wreck Cove, English Harbour West, Mose Ambrose, Belleoram, Pool=s Cove and Rencontre East.

Population - 8,715

Gander

The District of Gander shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Rattling Brook and the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway, southwest of the community of Norris Arm;

Then running due east to the point of intersection with a line extending due north from the easternmost point of Gander Lake;

Then running due south along the line to the easternmost point of Gander Lake;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 48° 30' north latitude and the meridian of 55° west longitude;

Then running west along the parallel of 48° 30' north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 55° 30' west longitude;

Then running north along the meridian of 55° 30' west longitude to its intersection with the southern boundary of the District of Exploits, which boundary line runs due east from the intersection of the centre line of a transmission line, which crosses the Exploits River, and the southern shoreline of the Exploits River;

Then running due east along the southern boundary of the District of Exploits to its intersection with the meridian of 55° 26' west longitude;

Then running north along the meridian of 55° 26' west longitude to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a northeasterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to the point of beginning.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Glenwood, Appleton, Gander and Benton.

Population - 11,249

Grand Bank

The District of Grand Bank shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of land known as Devil Brook Head on the eastern shoreline of Fortune Bay;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to the point of intersection with the northwestern corner of the Town of Burin Municipal Boundary (2001);

Then running in a southeasterly direction along the Town of Burin Municipal Boundary (2001), to its intersection with the shoreline of Burin Inlet;

Then running along the western shoreline of Burin Inlet to the point of land known as Lewin Point, southeast of the community of Epworth;

Then running in general westerly and northeasterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline to the point of beginning, together with Allan=s Island, Little Burin Island and all other adjacent islands.

Note: This district includes the communities of Winterland, Lewin=s Cove, Bay View, Salmonier, Epworth, Wandsworth, Corbin, Little St. Lawrence, St. Lawrence, Lawn, Lord=s Cove, Taylor=s Bay, Point au Gaul, Calmer, Lamaline, Point May, Fortune, Grand Bank, L=Anse-au-Loup, Grand Beach, Frenchman=s Cove and Garnish.

Population - 10,060

Grand Falls-Windsor - Buchans

The District of Grands Falls-WindsorBBuchans shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the parallel of 48° 30' north latitude and the meridian of 55° 30' west longitude;

Then running west along the parallel of 48° 30' north latitude to its intersection with the prolongation of the eastern boundary of the District of Humber East, which boundary line extends due south from its intersection with the centre line of South Brook and the parallel of 49° north latitude;

Then running north along the prolongation to its intersection with the northern shoreline of Grand Lake;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the northern shoreline of Grand Lake to the point of land known as Wetstone Point;

Then running due east to the point of intersection with the meridian of 56° west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 56° west longitude to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of a transmission line, located between Cromer Avenue and Sheppard Street;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the transmission line to its intersection with the centre line of Pinsent Drive;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Pinsent Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Brown Avenue;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Brown Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Knight Street;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Knight Street to its intersection with the centre line of Crawley Avenue;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of Crawley Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Hardy Avenue;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Hardy Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Grenfell Heights Road;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Grenfell Heights Road to its intersection with the centre line of New Bay Road;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of New Bay Road to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of the transmission line, which crosses the Exploits River;

Then running in a southeasterly direction along the centre line of the transmission line to its intersection with the southern shoreline of the Exploits River;

Then running due east to its intersection with the meridian of 55° 30' west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 55° 30' west longitude to the point of beginning.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Buchans, Millertown, Buchans Junction, Badger and a part of the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor.

Population - 9,924

Grand Falls-Windsor - Green Bay South

The District of Grands Falls-WindsorBGreen Bay South shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway and the meridian of 56° 45' west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 56° 45' west longitude to its intersection with the northern boundary of the District of Grands Falls-WindsorBBuchans, which boundary line extends due east from Wetstone Point, located on the western shoreline of Grand Lake;

Then running due east along the boundary line to its intersection with the meridian of 56° west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 56° west longitude to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of a transmission line, located between Cromer Avenue and Sheppard Street;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the transmission line to its intersection with the centre line of Pinsent Drive;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Pinsent Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Brown Avenue;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Brown Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Knight Street;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Knight Street to its intersection with the centre line of Crawley Avenue;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of Crawley Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Hardy Avenue;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Hardy Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Grenfell Heights Road;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Grenfell Heights Road to its intersection with the centre line of New Bay Road;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of New Bay Road to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of the Bishop=s Falls Access Road;

Then running due north to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of Seal Bay;

Then running in general southerly and northwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Seal Bay, Badger Bay, Sunday Cove and Woodfords Arm to the point of land known as Shoal Arm Point;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the shoreline of Hall=s Bay to its intersection with the centre line of Indian Brook, south of the community of Springdale;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of Indian Brook to its intersection with the meridian of 56° 20' west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 56° 20' west longitude to its intersection with a line extending due east from the point of intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway and the meridian of 56° 30' west longitude;

Then running due west along the line to the point of intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway and the meridian of 56° 30' west longitude;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to the point of beginning, together with Triton Island, Pelley=s Island, Long Island, Sunday Cove Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of South Brook, Robert=s Arm, Miles Cove, Port Anson, Lushes Bight, Beaumont, Beaumont North, Pilley=s Island, Triton, Brighton, and part of the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor.

Population - 9,960

Harbour Main

The District of Harbour Main shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of intersection with the centre line of Lower Gullies River and the southeastern shoreline of Conception Bay;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Lower Gullies River to its intersection with the shoreline of Lower Gully Pond;

Then running along the western shoreline of Lower Gully Pond to its intersection with the centre line of Lower Gullies River;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Lower Gullies River to its intersection with the centre line of the Conception Bay Highway, Route #60;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of the Conception Bay Highway, Route #60, to its intersection with the centre line of Forest Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Forest Road to its intersection with the centre line of Lower Gullies River;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Lower Gullies River to its intersection with the shoreline of Black Mountain Pond;

Then running due south to the point of intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of Goulds Brook;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the intersection of the northern shoreline of Cupids Big Pond and the centre line of an unnamed brook, which extends between Cupids Big Pond and Cottage Pond;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the intersection of the centre line of Goulds Brook and the centre line of Route #71;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Goulds Brook to its intersection with the shoreline of South River;

Then running in general southwesterly and northeasterly directions along the sinuosities of the western shoreline of South River to its intersection with the shoreline of Bay de Grave, Conception Bay;

Then running in general southerly and northeasterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Conception Bay to the point of beginning.

Note: This district includes the communities of Cupids, Brigus, Marysvale, Colliers, Conception Harbour, Avondale, Lakeview, Harbour Main, Woodford=s, Holyrood, Indian Pond, Seal Cove, Lance Cove, South River and Upper Gullies.

Population - 12,107

Humber East

The District of Humber East shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the meridian of 57° 30' west longitude and the southern shoreline of Deer Lake;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the sinuosities of the southern shoreline of Deer Lake to its intersection with the centre line of Blue Gulch Brook;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Blue Gulch Brook to its intersection with the centre line of Main Street, Pasadena;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Main Street to its intersection with the centre line of South Brook;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of South Brook to its intersection with the parallel of 49° north latitude;

Then running due south to the point of intersection with the southern shoreline of Grand Lake;

Then running due west to the point of intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of Lewin Parkway;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Lewin Parkway to its intersection with the centre line of Wheeler=s Road;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Wheeler=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Pratt Street;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Pratt Street to its intersection with the centre line of Carter Avenue;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Carter Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Elizabeth Street;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Elizabeth Street to its intersection with the centre line of Churchill Street;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Churchill Street to its intersection with the centre line of O=Connell Drive;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of O=Connell Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Corner Brook Stream;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Corner Brook Stream to its intersection with the southern shoreline of Humber Arm;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the sinuosities of Humber Arm and Humber River to the intersection with the centre line of the Bay of Islands North Shore Highway, Route #440;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the summit of Old Man Mountain, north of Old Mans Pond;

Then running in an easterly direction to the point of beginning.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Steady Brook, Humber Village, Little Rapids, South Brook, Massey Drive, part of the community of Pasadena and part of the City of Corner Brook.

Population - 10,153

Humber Valley

The District of Humber Valley shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the parallel of 50° 30' north latitude and the eastern shoreline of the Northern Peninsula, south of the vacated community of Williamsport;

Then running west along the parallel of 50° 30' north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 56° 45' west longitude;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 49° 25' north latitude and the meridian of 57° 20' west longitude;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 49° 18' north latitude and the meridian of 57° 30' west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 57° 30' west longitude to its intersection with the southern shoreline of Deer Lake;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the sinuosities of the southern shoreline of Deer Lake to its intersection with the centre line of Blue Gulch Brook;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Blue Gulch Brook to its intersection with the centre line of Main Street.

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Main Street to its intersection with the centre line of South Brook;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of South Brook to its intersection with the parallel of 49° north latitude;

Then running due south to the northern shoreline of Grand Lake;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the northern shoreline of Grand Lake to the point of land known as Wetstone Point;

Then running due east to its intersection with the meridian of 56° 45' west longitude;

Then running north along the meridian of 56° 45' west longitude to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of White Bay;

Then running in general southwesterly and northeasterly directions along the sinuosities of White Bay to the point of beginning, together with Sops Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Hampden, Hannah Cove, Browns Cove, Sop=s Arm, Jackson=s Arm, Cormack, Reidville, Nicholsville, Pynns, Little Harbour, St. Judes, Deer Lake, Howley and a part of the community of Pasadena.

Population - 10,449

Humber West

The District of Humber West shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Corner Brook Stream and the southern shoreline of Humber Arm;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Corner Brook Stream to its intersection with the centre line of O=Connell Drive;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of O=Connell Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Churchill Street;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Churchill Street to its intersection with the centre line of Elizabeth Street;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Elizabeth Street to its intersection with the centre line of Carter Avenue;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Carter Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Pratt Street;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Pratt Street to its intersection with the centre line of Wheeler=s Road;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Wheeler=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Lewin Parkway;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Lewin Parkway to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of a road leading to the community of Gallants, southwest of Georges Lake;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the point of land known as Bluff Head, located on the eastern shoreline of Port au Port Bay;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the sinuosities of the eastern shoreline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence to its intersection with the centre line of Rope Cove Brook;

Then running in an easterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 48° 55' north latitude and the meridian of 58° 05' west longitude;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the intersection of the centre line of O=Connell Drive and the centre line of Lewin Parkway;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Lewin Parkway to its intersection with the centre line of Woodbine Avenue;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Woodbine Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Birchy Cove Drive;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Birchy Cove Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Curling Street;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Curling Street to its intersection with the centre line of St. Mary=s Brook;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of St. Mary=s Brook to its intersection with the southern shoreline of Humber Arm;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the sinuosities of the southern shoreline of Humber Arm to the point of beginning, together with all adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes Gallants, and part of the City of Corner Brook.

Population - 10,201

Kilbride

The District of Kilbride shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Petty Harbour Road and the eastern shoreline of an unnamed brook, which extends between First Pond and Second Pond;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the eastern shoreline of the unnamed brook to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of Second Pond;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the eastern shoreline of Second Pond to its intersection with the southern shoreline of an unnamed brook, which extends between Second Pond and Third Pond;

Then running along the southern shoreline of the unnamed brook to its intersection with the southern shoreline of Third Pond;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the southern shoreline of Third Pond to its intersection with the centre line of Cochrane Pond Brook;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Cochrane Pond Brook to its intersection with the centre line of Route #10;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of Route #10 to its intersection with the centre line of Durdle Drive;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Durdle Drive to its intersection with the centre line of the Back Line;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of the Backline to its intersection with the centre line of Doyle=s Road;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Doyle=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Robert E. Howlett Memorial Drive, Route #3;

Then running due west to the point of intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of Pitts Memorial Drive;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Pitts Memorial Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Commonwealth Avenue;

Then running along the centre line of Commonwealth Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Heavy Tree Road;

Then running along the centre line of Heavy Tree Road to its intersection with the centre line of Brookfield Road;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Brookfield Road to its intersection with the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998);

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998) to its intersection with the centre line of Topsail Road;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Topsail Road to its intersection with the centre line of Columbus Drive;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Columbus Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Pitts Memorial Drive;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Pitts Memorial Drive to its intersection with the centre line of an unnamed river, which extends between Beaver Pond and Waterford River;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of the unnamed river to its intersection with the shoreline of Beaver Pond;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to the point of intersection with the northeastern shoreline of Bentley Pond and the centre line of an unnamed river which extends between Bentley Pond and Leamys Pond;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of the unnamed river to its intersection with the centre line of Blackhead Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Blackhead Road to its intersection with the centre line of Maddox Cove Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Maddox Cove Road to its intersection with the northern boundary of the District of Ferryland;

Then running in a westerly direction along the northern boundary of the District of Ferryland to the summit of Blood Hill;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the point of beginning.

Note: This district includes part of the City of St. John=s.

Population - 11,701

Labrador West

The District of Labrador West shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the parallel of 53° north latitude and the meridian of 64° 20' west longitude;

Then running north along the meridian of 64° 20' west longitude to its intersection with the boundary of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Province of Quebec;

Then running along the boundary in general westerly and southeasterly directions to its intersection with the meridian of 64° 20' west longitude;

Then running north along the meridian of 64° 20' west longitude to the point of beginning.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Labrador City and Wabush.

Population - 9,638

Lake Melville

The District of Lake Melville shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the parallel of 52° north latitude and the meridian of 57° 37' west longitude;

Then running north along the meridian of 57° 37' west longitude to its intersection with the southern shore of Groswater Bay;

Then running in general westerly and southwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the southern shoreline of Hamilton Inlet and Lake Melville, to the point of land known as Rabbit Point;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 54° north latitude and the meridian of 60° west longitude;

Then running west along the parallel of 54° north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 64° 20' west longitude;

Then running south along the meridian of 64° 20' west longitude to its intersection with the boundary of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Province of Quebec;

Then running along the boundary in a general easterly direction to the point of beginning.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Churchill Falls, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, North West River, Sheshatshiu, and Mud Lake.

Population - 10,299

Lewisporte

The District of Lewisporte shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Rattling Brook and the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running due east to its intersection with the centre line of Route #330;

Then running due north to its intersection with the parallel of 49° 20' north latitude;

Then running east along the parallel of 49° 20' north latitude to its intersection with the western shoreline of Gander Bay, near the community of Wings Point;

Then running in general northerly and southwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the western shoreline of Gander Bay, Shoal Bay, Dog Bay, The Reach, Birchy Bay, Loon Bay, Indian Arm and the Bay of Exploits to its intersection with the northern shoreline of the Exploits River;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the northern shoreline of the Exploits River to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway, where Route #1 spans the Sir Robert Bond Bridge;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the center line of the Trans Canada Highway to the point of beginning, together with Chapel Island, Dunnage Island and all other adjacent islands, with the exception of those islands contained in the District of The Isles of Notre Dame.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Norris Arm, Alderburn, Laurenceton, Porterville, Brown=s Arm, Stanhope, Embree, Masons Cove, Little Burnt Bay, Michael=s Harbour, Campbellton, Comfort Cove-Newstead, Baytona, Birchy Bay, Boyd=s Cove, Stoneville, Port Albert, Horwood, Rogers Cove, Victoria Cove, and Lewisporte.

Population - 10,074

Mount Pearl North

The District of Mount Pearl North shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of intersection of the center line of Commonwealth Avenue and the centre line of Brookfield Road;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Brookfield Road to its intersection with the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998);

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998) to its intersection with a line extending in a northerly direction from the end of Maple Drive, located in the Elizabeth Park Subdivision, Paradise;

Then running in a southerly direction along the line to its intersection with the centre line of Maple Drive, so that Gervase Place is located in the District of Mount Pearl North and Stephanie Avenue and Gillian Place are located in the District of Topsail;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Maple Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Willow Drive;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Willow Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Evergreen Drive;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Evergreen Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Carlisle Drive;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Carlisle Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Topsail Road;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Topsail Road to its intersection with the centre line of Corisande Drive;

Then running along the centre line of Corisande Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Waterford River;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Waterford River for a distance of 400 metres, more or less;

Then running along a line having a bearing south 40° 41' west, more or less, to its intersection with the southern shoreline of Power=s Pond and the centre line of an unnamed river, so that Darby Place is contained in the District of Mount Pearl North and Panther Place is contained in the District of Topsail;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction to the point of intersection with the centre line of a walking trail, located west of Darby Place, Mount Pearl;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of the walking trail to its intersection with the centre line of Ruth Avenue;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Ruth Avenue to its point of intersection with the centre line of Roosevelt Avenue;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Roosevelt Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of St. Andrew=s Avenue;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of St. Andrew=s Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Second Street;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Second Street to its intersection with the centre line of Sunrise Avenue;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Sunrise Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Commonwealth Avenue;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Commonwealth Avenue to the point of beginning.

All bearings are referenced to Grid North of the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes part of the City of Mount Pearl and part of the Town of Paradise.

Population - 11,828

Mount Pearl South

The District of Mount Pearl South shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Pitts Memorial Drive and the centre line of Ruth Avenue;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Ruth Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Roosevelt Avenue;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Roosevelt Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of St. Andrews Avenue;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of St. Andrews Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Second Street;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Second Street to its intersection with the centre line of Sunrise Avenue;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Sunrise Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Commonwealth Avenue;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Commonwealth Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Brookfield Road;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Brookfield Road to its intersection with the centre line of Heavy Tree Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Heavy Tree Road to its intersection with the centre line of Commonwealth Avenue;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Commonwealth Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Pitts Memorial Drive;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Pitts Memorial Drive to the point of beginning.

Note: This district includes part of the City of Mount Pearl.

Population - 11,960

Placentia B St. Mary's

The District of Placentia B St. Mary=s shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of land known as Corbin Head, located on the eastern shoreline of Placentia Bay, northwest of the community of Long Harbour;

Then running due east to the point of intersection with the centre line of Route #202;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Route #202 to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of Witless Bay Line, Route #13;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the point of land known as Western Head, located on the southeastern shoreline of St. Mary=s Bay, west of the community of St. Shott=s;

Then running in general northerly and southwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline of St. Mary=s Bay to the point of land known as Point Lance;

Then running in general westerly and northeasterly directions along the eastern shoreline of Placentia Bay to the point of beginning, together with all adjacent islands.

Note: This district includes the communities of Mount Arlington Heights, Long Harbour, Ship Harbour, Fox Harbour, Dunville, Placentia, Freshwater, Jerseyside, Little Barasway, Southeast Placentia, Great Barasway, Ship Cove, Gooseberry Cove, Patrick=s Cove, Angels Cove, Cuslett, St. Bride=s, Point Lance, Branch, North Harbour, Colinet, Harricott, Mount Carmel, St. Catherines, Salmonier, Forest Field, New Bridge, St. Joseph=s, O=Donnells, Admiral=s Beach, Mall Bay, Riverhead, St. Mary=s, Point La Haye, Gaskiers, St. Vincent=s, St. Stephen=s, Peter=s River, Markland and Whitbourne.

Population - 11,115

Port au Port

The District of Port au Port shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of land known as Bluff Head on the eastern shoreline of Port au Port Bay;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to its intersection with the northernmost extent of Gadon=s Brook;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Gadon=s Brook to its intersection with the centre line of Dump Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Dump Road to its intersection with the centre line of Hanson Highway;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Hanson Highway to its intersection with the centre line of Queen Street;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Queen Street to its intersection with the centre line of Main Street;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Main Street to its intersection with the centre line of Boland=s Drive;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Boland=s Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Prince Rupert Drive;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Prince Rupert Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Queen Street;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Queen Street to its intersection with the centre line of Kin Court;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Kin Court to its intersection with the centre line of an unnamed river, which extends between Noels Pond and St. George’s Bay;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of the unnamed river to its intersection with the shoreline of St. George’s Bay;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the sinuosities of the northern shoreline of St. George’s Bay to the point of land known as Cape St. George;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the sinuosities of the eastern shoreline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the point of land known as Long Point;

Then running in general southwesterly, easterly and northeasterly directions along the sinuosities of Port au Port Bay to the point of beginning, together with all adjacent islands.

Note: This district includes the communities of Fox Island River, Point au Mal, Port au Port, Boswarlos, Aguathuna, Bellmans Cove, West Bay, Lourdes, Winterhouse, Three Rock Cove, Mainland, Cape St. George, Petit Jardin, Grand Jardin, De Grau, Red Brook, Marches Point, Sheaves Cove, Lower Cove, Ship Cove, Piccadilly, Abrahams Cove, Campbells Creek, Felix Cove, Port au Port East, Romaines, Kippens and part of the community of Stephenville.

Population - 11,076

Port de Grave

The District of Port de Grave shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of South River and the shoreline of Bay de Grave, Conception Bay;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the western shoreline of South River to its intersection with the centre line of Goulds Brook;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Goulds Brook to its intersection with the centre line of Route #71;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to the intersection of the northern shoreline of Cupids Big Pond and the centre line of an unnamed brook which extends between Cupids Big Pond and Cottage Pond;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway and the centre line of Goulds Brook;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of a road leading to Ocean Pond;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 47° 30' north latitude and the meridian of 53° 25' west longitude;

Then running in a northeasterly direction along the eastern boundary of the District of Trinity - Bay de Verde to its intersection with the parallel of 47° 37' north latitude;

Then running in an easterly direction to the point of intersection with the summit of Rocky Hills;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the intersection of the centre line of an abandoned railway bed and the centre line of Brown=s Road;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Brown=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Churchill Road;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Churchill Road to its intersection with the centre line of the Conception Bay Highway, Route #70;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of the Conception Bay Highway, Route #70, to its intersection with the centre line of Brazil=s Hill Road;

Then running in a northerly direction along the centre line of Brazil=s Hill Road to its intersection with the centre line of Cranes Road;

Then running in a northeasterly direction along the centre line of Cranes Road to its intersection with the centre line of Thickets Road;

Then running in a northerly direction to the intersection of the eastern shoreline of Island Cove Pond and the centre line of an unnamed river;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the intersection of the northeastern shoreline of Bryants Cove Pond and the centerline of a second unnamed river;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to the point of land known as Green Head, located on the western shoreline of Conception Bay, south of the community of Bryants Cove;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the sinuosities of the western shoreline of Conception Bay to the point of beginning, together with all adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of North River, Makinsons, Clarke=s Beach, Coley=s Point, Port de Grave, Ship Cove, Hibbs Cove, Frenchs Cove, Bishops Beach, Bay Roberts, Shearstown, Upper Island Cove, Bishop's Cove and part of the community of Spaniard=s Bay.

Population - 12,015

Signal Hill - Quidi Vidi

The District of Signal Hill - Quidi Vidi shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the shoreline of Robin Hood Bay and the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998);

Then running in a general westerly direction along the boundary to its intersection with the centre line of Logy Bay Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Logy Bay Road to its intersection with the centre line of Robin Hood Bay Road;

Then running along a line having a bearing of south 73° 18' west, more or less, to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of Virginia Lake, so that Cheyene Drive and Stonebridge Place are contained in the District of Virginia Waters and Gerard Place and Crosbie Drive are contained in the District of Signal Hill - Quidi Vidi.

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the eastern shoreline of Virginia Lake to its intersection with the centre line of Virginia River, located at the southwestern extent of Virginia Lake;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Virginia River to its intersection with the centre line of Carrick Drive;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Carrick Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Newfoundland Drive;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Newfoundland Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Logy Bay Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Logy Bay Road to its intersection with the centre line of Kennas Hill;

Then running along the centre line of Kennas Hill to its intersection with the centre line of King=s Bridge Road;

Then running along the centre line of King=s Bridge Road to its intersection with the centre line of Empire Avenue;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Empire Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Newtown Road;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Newtown Road to its intersection with the centre line of Parade Street;

Then running along the centre line of Parade Street to its intersection with the centre line of Harvey Road;

Then running along the centre line of Harvey Road to its intersection with the centre line of Garrison Hill;

Then running along the centre line of Garrison Hill to its intersection with the centre line of Queen=s Road;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Queen=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Church Hill;

Then running along the centre line of Church Hill to its intersection with the centre line of Duckworth Street;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Duckworth Street to its intersection with the centre line of McBride=s Hill;

Then running along the centre line of McBride=s Hill to its intersection with the centre line of Ayre=s Cove;

Then running along the centre line of Ayre=s Cove and its prolongation to its intersection with the northern shoreline of St. John=s Harbour;

Then running along the northern shoreline of St. John=s Harbour in a general northeasterly direction to its intersection with the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998), extending between South Head and North Head;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the sinuosities of the shoreline to the point of beginning.

All bearings are referenced to Grid North of the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes part of the City of St. John=s.

Population - 11,718

St. Barbe

The District of St. Barbe shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at Ice Point located in St. Barbe Bay, south of the community of Anchor Point, on the western shoreline of the Northern Peninsula;

Then running in an easterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 51° 14' north latitude and the meridian of 56° 20' west longitude;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 50° 30' north latitude and the meridian of 56° 45' west longitude;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 49° 25' north latitude and the meridian of 57° 20' west longitude;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 49° 18' north latitude and the meridian of 57° 30' west longitude;

Then running in a westerly direction to the point of land known as North Head, located on the eastern shoreline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, north of the Bay of Islands;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the sinuosities of the western shoreline of the Northern Peninsula to the point of beginning, together with Keppel Island, St. John Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Bonne Bay, Glenburnie, Norris Point, Wiltondale, Birchy Head, Shoal Brook, Woody Point, Curzon Village, Trout River, Rocky Harbour, Bear Cove, Woody Cove, Bakers Brook, Green Point, Sally=s Cove, St. Pauls, Three Mile Rock, Parson=s Pond, Daniel=s Harbour, Portland Creek, Bellburns, River of Ponds, Hawke=s Bay, Port Saunders, Gargamelle, Port au Choix, Castor River North, Castor River South, Brig Bay, Bartlett=s Harbour, New Ferolle, Shoal Cove, Bird Cove, Plum Point, Blue Cove, St. Barbe, Cow Head, Eddies Cove West, Forresters Point, Pigeon Cove, Black Duck Cove and Pond Cove.

Population - 10,018

St. George’s - Stephenville East

The District of St. George’s - Stephenville East shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of land known as Red Rocks on the eastern shoreline of the Cabot Strait, north of Cape Ray;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 48° 30' north latitude and the meridian of 58° west longitude;

Then running east along the parallel of 48° 30' north latitude to its intersection with the prolongation of the eastern boundary of the District of Humber East, which boundary line extends due south from the intersection of the centre line of South Brook and the parallel of 49° north latitude;

Then running north along the prolongation to its intersection with the southern shoreline of Grand Lake;

Then running due west to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to its intersection with the centre line of a road leading to the community of Gallants, southwest of Georges Lake;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the point of land known as Bluff Head, located on the eastern shoreline of Port au Port Bay;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to its intersection with the northernmost extent of Gadon=s Brook;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Gadon=s Brook to its intersection with the centre line of Dump Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Dump Road to its intersection with the centre line of Hanson Highway;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Hanson Highway to its intersection with the centre line of Queen Street;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Queen Street to its intersection with the centre line of Main Street;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Main Street to its intersection with the centre line of Boland=s Drive;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Boland=s Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Prince Rupert Drive;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Prince Rupert Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Queen Street;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Queen Street to its intersection with the centre line of Kin Court;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Kin Court to its intersection with the centre line of an unnamed river, which extends between Noels Pond and St. George’s Bay;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of the unnamed river to its intersection with the northern shoreline of St. George’s Bay;

Then running in general southeasterly and southwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline of St. George’s Bay to the point of land known as Grebes Head;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the sinuosities of the Cabot Strait to the point of beginning, together with all adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Stephenville Crossing, Mattis Point, Spruce Brook, Black Duck, Noels Pond, Cold Brook, Barachois Brook, St. George’s, Flat Bay, St. Teresa, Journois, Fischells, Heatherton, Robinsons, Cartyville, McKay=s, Jeffrey=s, St. David=s, St. Fintan=s, Highlands, Lock Leven, Coal Brook, South Branch, Benoits Siding, Doyles, Tompkins, Upper Ferry, St. Andrews, Searston, O=Regan=s, Great Codroy, Codroy, Cape Anguille, Millville, Woodville, Loch Lomond, and a part of the Town of Stephenville.

Population - 10,878

St. John’s Centre

The District of St. John=s Centre shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Columbus Drive and the centre line of Blackmarsh Road;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Blackmarsh Road to its intersection with the centre line of Mercer=s Lane;

Then running along the centre line of Mercer=s Lane to its intersection with the centre line of Anspatch Street;

Then running along the centre line of Anspatch Street to its intersection with the centre line of Boyle Street;

Then running along the centre line of Boyle Street to its intersection with the centre line of Harris Road;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Harris Road to its intersection with the centre line of Amherst Heights;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Amherst Heights to its intersection with the centre line of Cornwall Avenue;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Cornwall Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of James Lane;

Then running along the centre line of James Lane to its intersection with the centre line of O=Reilly Street;

Then running along the centre line of O=Reilly Street to its intersection with the centre line of Cornwall Avenue;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Cornwall Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Hamilton Avenue;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Hamilton Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of LeMarchant Road;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of LeMarchant Road to its intersection with the centre line of Parade Street;

Then running along the centre line of Parade Street to its intersection with the centre line of Newtown Road;

Then running along the centre line of Newtown Road to its intersection with the centre line of Empire Avenue;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Empire Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Columbus Drive;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Columbus Drive to the point of beginning.

Note: This district includes part of the City of St. John=s.

Population - 11,962

St. John’s East

The District of St. John=s East shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Newtown Road and the centre line of Empire Avenue;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Newtown Road to its intersection with the centre line of Elizabeth Avenue;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Elizabeth Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Westerland Road;

Then running along the centre line of Westerland Road to its intersection with the centre line of Prince Philip Drive;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Prince Philip Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Allandale Road;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Allandale Road to its intersection with the centre line of Ridge Road;

Then running along the centre line of Ridge Road to its intersection with the centre line of Fox Avenue;

Then running along the centre line of Fox Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Higgins Line;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Higgins line to its intersection with the centre line of Portugal Cove Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Portugal Cove Road to its intersection with the centre line of MacDonald Drive;

Then running along the centre line of MacDonald Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Torbay Road;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of Torbay Road to its intersection with the centre line of Newfoundland Drive;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Newfoundland Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Logy Bay Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Logy Bay Road to its intersection with the centre line of Kennas Hill;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Kennas Hill to its intersection with the centre line of King=s Bridge Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of King=s Bridge Road to its intersection with the centre line of Empire Avenue;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Empire Avenue to the point of beginning.

Note: This district includes part of the City of St. John=s.

Population - 11,739

St. John’s North

The District of St. John=s North shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Blackmarsh Road and the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998);

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998) to its intersection with the centre line of Bennett=s Road, located on the northern side of Healeys Pond;

Then running along the centre line of Bennett=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of King=s Road;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of King=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Old Broad Cove Road;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Old Broad Cove Road to its intersection with the centre line of Portugal Cove Road;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Portugal Cove Road to its intersection with the centre line of an unnamed river which extends between Windsor Lake and Newfound Pond;

Then running in a southerly direction to the intersection of the western shoreline of Middle Rocky Pond and the centre line of an unnamed river which extends between Middle Rocky Pond and Parkers Pond;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to the point of intersection of the centre line of Allandale Road and the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway, also known as the Outer Ring Road;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Allandale Road to its intersection with the centre line of Prince Phillip Drive;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Prince Philip Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Westerland Road;

Then running along the centre line of Westerland Road to its intersection with the centre line of Elizabeth Avenue;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Elizabeth Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Newtown Road;

Then running along the centre line of Newtown Road to its intersection with the centre line of Empire Avenue;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Empire Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Columbus Drive;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Columbus Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Captain Whelan Drive;

Then running along the centre line of Captain Whelan Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Blackmarsh Road;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Blackmarsh Road to the point of beginning.

Note: This district includes part of the City of St. John=s and part of the Town of Portugal Cove- St. Philip=s.

Population - 11,673

St. John’s South

The District of St. John=s South shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the westernmost point of Empty Basket Cove, north of Motion Bay, on the eastern shoreline of the Avalon Peninsula;

Then running along the northern boundary of the District of Ferryland in a northwesterly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Maddox Cove Road;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of Maddox Cove Road to its intersection with the centre line of Blackhead Road;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Blackhead Road to its intersection with the centre line of an unnamed river which extends between Bentley Pond and Leamys Pond;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of the unnamed river to its intersection with the northeastern shoreline of Bentley Pond;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the point of intersection of the shoreline of Beaver Pond and the centre line of an unnamed river which extends between Beaver Pond and Waterford River;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of the unnamed river to its intersection with the centre line of Pitts Memorial Drive;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Pitts Memorial Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Columbus Drive;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of Columbus Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Topsail Road;

Then running along the centre line of Topsail Road in a general northeasterly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Cornwall Avenue;

Then running along the centre line of Cornwall Avenue in a general northeasterly direction to its intersection with the centre line of James Lane;

Then running along the centre line of James Lane to its intersection with the centre line of O=Reilly Street;

Then running along the centre line of O=Reilly Street to its intersection with the centre line of Cornwall Avenue;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Cornwall Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Hamilton Avenue;

Then running along the centre line of Hamilton Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of LeMarchant Road;

Then running along the centre line of LeMarchant Road to its intersection with the centre line of Harvey Road;

Then running along the centre line of Harvey Road to its intersection with the centre line of Garrison Hill;

Then running along the centre line of Garrison Hill to its intersection with the centre line of Queen=s Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Queen=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Church Hill;

Then running along the centre line of Church Hill to its intersection with the centre line of Duckworth Street;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Duckworth Street to its intersection with the centre line of McBride=s Hill;

Then running along the centre line of McBride=s Hill to its intersection with the centre line of Ayre=s Cove;

Then running along the centre line of Ayre=s Cove and its prolongation to its intersection with the northern shoreline of St. John=s Harbour;

Then running along the northern shoreline of St. John=s Harbour in a general northeasterly direction to the point of intersection with the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998), extending between South Head and North Head;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the sinuosities of the shoreline to the point of beginning.

Note: This district includes part of the City of St. John=s.

Population - 11,832

St. John’s West

The District of St. John=s West shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Blackmarsh Road and the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998);

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of Blackmarsh Road to its intersection with the centre line of Captain Whelan Drive;

Then running along the centre line of Captain Whelan Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Columbus Drive;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Columbus Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Blackmarsh Road;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Blackmarsh Road to its intersection with the centre line of Mercer=s Lane;

Then running along the centre line of Mercer=s Lane to its intersection with the centre line of Anspatch Street;

Then running along the centre line of Anspatch Street to its intersection with the centre line of Boyle Street;

Then running along the centre line of Boyle Street to its intersection with the centre line of Harris Road;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Harris Road to its intersection with the centre line of Amherst Heights;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Amherst Heights to its intersection with the centre line of Cornwall Avenue;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Cornwall Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Topsail Road;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Topsail Road to its intersection with the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998);

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998) to the point of beginning.

Note: This district includes part of the City of St. John=s.

Population - 11,805

Terra Nova

The District of Terra Nova shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Southwest Brook and the shoreline of Goose Bay, Bonavista Bay;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Southwest Brook to its intersection with the meridian of 53o55' west longitude;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 48° 15' north latitude and the meridian of 54° west longitude;

Then running west along the parallel of 48° 15' north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 55° west longitude;

Then running north along the meridian of 55° west longitude to its intersection with the parallel of 48° 30' north latitude;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the easternmost point of Gander Lake;

Then running due north along the eastern boundary of the District of Gander to its intersection with a line that extends due west from the point of intersection with the centre line of a bridge, located on Route #320 and the centre line of an unnamed brook, which empties into the Northwest Arm of Locker=s Bay;

Then running due east along the line to the point of intersection with the centre line of the bridge, located on Route #320 and the centre line of the unnamed brook which empties into the Northwest Arm of Locker=s Bay;

Then running in general southeasterly and southwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Bonavista Bay to the point of beginning, together with Cottle Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Bloomfield, Musgravetown, Cannings Cove, Bunyans Cove, Port Blandford, Charlottetown, Terra Nova, Eastport, Salvage, Sandy Cove, Happy Adventure, Sandringham, St. Chads, Burnside, Culls Harbour, Traytown, Glovertown, Saunders Cove, Gambo, Dark Cove, Middle Brook, St. Brendan=s, Dover and Hare Bay.

Population - 11,085

The Isles of Notre Dame

The District of The Isles of Notre Dame shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador as described below:

The District includes the islands of Twillingate, New World Island, Change Islands, Fogo Island and the following adjacent islands: Black Island, Western Indian Island, Eastern Indian Island and Bacalhao Island.

Note: This district includes the communities of Crow Head, Twillingate, Jenkins Cove, Gillesport, Durrell, Little Harbour, Gillard=s Cove, Black Duck Cove, Newville, Hatchet Harbour, Sunnyside, Salt Harbour, Pikes Arm, Cobbs Arm, Hillgrade, Tilt Cove, Tizzard=s Harbour, Moreton=s Harbour, Valley Pond, Bridgeport, Carter=s Cove, Virgin Arm, Cottlesville, Summerford, Change Islands, Deep Bay, Island Harbour, Stag Harbour, Little Seldom, Seldom, Tilting, Joe Batt=s Arm, Barr=d Islands, Shoal Bay and Fogo.

Population - 10,160

The Straits - White Bay North

The District of the Straits - White Bay North shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at Ice Point located in St. Barbe Bay, south of the community of Anchor Point, on the western shoreline of the Northern Peninsula;

Then running in an easterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 51° 14' north latitude and the meridian of 56° 20' west longitude;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 50° 30' north latitude and the meridian of 56° 45' west longitude;

Then running east along the parallel of 50° 30' north latitude to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of the Northern Peninsula, south of the vacated community of Williamsport;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the sinuosities of the eastern shoreline of the Northern Peninsula to the point of land known as Cape Bauld;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the sinuosities of the western shoreline of the Northern Peninsula to the point of beginning, together with Grey Islands, Fischot Islands, Brent Islands, Quirpon Island, Green Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Canada Harbour, Roddickton, Conche, Bide Arm, St. Julien=s, Main Brook, St. Anthony, St. Lunaire, Quirpon, Great Brehat, Englee, Raleigh, Noddy Bay, North Boat Harbour, Ship Cove, Cape Onion, Cook=s Harbour, Flower=s Cove, Green Island Cove, Nameless Cove, Pines Cove, Savage Cove, Eddies Cove and Anchor Point.

Population - 10,078

Topsail

The District of Topsail shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway and the centre line of the Conception Bay South By-Pass Road, Route #2, also known as Manuels Access Road;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of the Conception Bay South By-Pass Road, Route #2, also known as Manuels Access Road, to its intersection with the centre line of Fowler=s Road;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Fowler=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Chanterelle Drive;

Then running along the centre line of Chanterelle Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Fowler=s Road;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Fowler=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Windemere Place;

Then running along the centre line of Windemere Place to its intersection with the centre line of Swansea Street;

Then running along the centre line of Swansea Street to its intersection with the centre line of Cambridge Crescent;

Then running along the centre line of Cambridge Crescent to its intersection with the centre line of Sweetbridge Avenue;

Then running along the centre line of Sweetbridge Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Sweetenwater Avenue;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Sweetenwater Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Riverside Avenue;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Riverside Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Squires Avenue;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Squires Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Neil=s Line;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Neil=s Lane to its intersection with the centre line of Hillview Avenue;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the point of intersection with the centre line of Swansea Street and the centre line of Neil=s Line Extension;

Then running along the centre line of Neil=s Line Extension to its intersection with the centre line of Fowler=s Road;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Fowler=s Road to its intersection with the centre line of Swansborough Heights;

Then running along the centre line of Swansborough Heights to its intersection with the centre line of Rich=s Place;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of Rich=s Place to its intersection with the centre line of Hierlihy=s Place;

Then running along the centre line of Hierlihy=s Place to its intersection with the centre line of the Conception Bay Highway, Route #60;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the Conception Bay Highway, Route #60, to its intersection with the centre line of an unnamed river which runs parallel to the centre line of Wharf Lane;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of the unnamed river to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of Conception Bay;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the eastern shoreline of Conception Bay to its intersection with the Town of Paradise Municipal Boundary (1998);

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the Town of Paradise Municipal Boundary (1998) to its intersection with the centre line of Topsail Road;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Topsail Road to its intersection with the centre line of a transmission line, located on the eastern side of McNamara Road, Paradise;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of the transmission line to its intersection with the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998);

Then running in a general easterly direction along the City of St. John=s Municipal Boundary (1998) to its intersection with a line extending in a northerly direction from the end of Maple Drive, located in the Elizabeth Park Subdivision, Paradise;

Then running in a southerly direction along the line to its intersection with the centre line of Maple Drive, so that Gervase Place is located in the District of Mount Pearl North and Stephanie Avenue and Gillian Place are located in the District of Topsail;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Maple Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Willow Drive;

Then running in a general easterly direction along the centre line of Willow Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Evergreen Drive;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Evergreen Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Carlisle Drive;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Carlisle Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Topsail Road;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Topsail Road to its intersection with the centre line of Corisande Drive;

Then running along the centre line of Corisande Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Waterford River;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Waterford River for a distance of 400 metres, more or less;

Then running along a line having a bearing S40o41'W, more or less, to its interesection with the southern shoreline of Power=s Pond and the centre line of an unnamed river, so that Darby Place is contained in the District of Mount Pearl North and Panther Place is contained in the District of Topsail;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction to the point of intersection with the centre line of a walking trail, located west of Darby Place, Mount Pearl;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of the walking trail to its intersection with the centre line of Ruth Avenue;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Ruth Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Pitts Memorial Drive;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Pitts Memorial Drive to the point of beginning.

All bearings are referenced to Grid North of the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes parts of the City of Mount Pearl, the Town of Conception Bay South and the Town of Paradise.

Population - 12,011

Torngat Mountains

The District of Torngat Mountains shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at Fish Cove Point on the southern shore of Groswater Bay;

Then running in general westerly and southwesterly directions to the point of land known as Rabbit Point on the south shore of Lake Melville;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 54° north latitude and the meridian of 60° west longitude;

Then running along the northern boundary of the District of Lake Melville, west along the parallel of 54° north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 64° 20' west longitude;

Then running north along the meridian of 64° 20' west longitude to its intersection with the boundary of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Province of Quebec;

Then running along the boundary in general southeasterly and northerly directions to Cape Chidley;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the sinuosities of the eastern shoreline of Labrador to its easternmost point, south of Holton Harbour;

Then running in a southerly direction to the point of beginning, together with Henrietta Island, George Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Makkovik, Postville, Hopedale, Natuashish, Rigolet and Nain.

Population - 3,214

Trinity - Bay de Verde

The District of Trinity - Bay de Verde shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of land known as Salmon Cove Head, located on the western shoreline of Conception Bay, east of the Town of Salmon Cove;

Then running in a southwesterly direction along the Town of Salmon Cove Municipal Boundary (1996) to its intersection with the Town of Victoria Municipal Boundary (1996);

Then running in a general northwesterly direction along the common municipal boundary between the above mentioned towns to a point where the town boundaries change direction and cease to be common;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 47° 49' north latitude and the centre line of Route #74, which extends between the communities of Victoria and Heart=s Content;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 47° 42' north latitude and the meridian of 53° 23' west longitude;

Then running in a southwesterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 47° 30' north latitude and the meridian of 53° 25' west longitude;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the intersection of the centre line of Route #80 and the centre line of Route #73;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the point of land known as Hopeall Head, located on the western shoreline of Hopeall Bay, Trinity Bay;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the sinuosities of the eastern shoreline of Trinity Bay to the point of land known as Grates Point;

Then running in general southeasterly and southwesterly directions along the sinuosities of the western shoreline of Conception Bay to the point of beginning, together with Baccalieu Island and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Hopeall, Green=s Harbour, Whiteway, Cavendish, Islington, Heart=s Delight, Heart=s Desire, Heart=s Content, New Perlican, Winterton, Hant=s Harbour, New Chelsea, New Melbourne, Brownsdale, Sibley=s Cove, Lead Cove, Old Perlican, Daniel=s Cove, Grates Cove, Gull Island, Red Head Cove, Bay de Verde, Low Point, Caplin Cove, Lower Island Cove, Job=s Cove, Burnt Point, Northern Bay, Ochre Pit Cove, Western Bay, Adam=s Cove, Blackhead, Broad Cove, Small Point, Kingston, Salmon Cove and Perry=s Cove.

Population - 10,032

Trinity North

The District of Trinity North shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the point of land known as Bald Head, south of the community of Gooseberry Cove, Trinity Bay;

Then running due west to the point of intersection with the meridian of 55° west longitude;

Then running north along the meridian of 55° west longitude to its intersection with the parallel of 48° 15' north latitude;

Then running east along the parallel of 48° 15' north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 53° 45' west longitude;

Then running in a northeasterly direction to the intersection of the parallel of 48° 25' north latitude and the meridian of 53° 28' west longitude;

Then running east along the parallel of 48° 25' north latitude to its intersection with the meridian of 53° 15' west longitude;

Then running in a southeasterly direction to the point of land known as Norther Point, Trinity Bay;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Trinity Bay to the point of beginning, together with Random Island, Ireland=s Eye and all other adjacent islands.

All geographic coordinates being scaled and referenced to the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes the communities of Gooseberry Cove, Little Heart=s Ease, Hodge=s Cove, Queen=s Cove, North West Brook-Ivany=s Cove, Hillview, St. Jones Within, Hatchet Cove, Deep Bight, Clarenville, Shoal Harbour, Milton, Georges Brook, Hickman=s Harbour, Lower Lance Cove, Petley, Southport, Burgoynes Cove, Butter Cove, Caplin Cove, Long Beach, Adeytown, Brittania, Harcourt, Aspen, Aspey Brook, Snooks Harbour, Elliott=s Cove, Lady Cove, Barton, Monroe, Waterville, Clifton, New Burnt Cove, New Bonaventure, Old Bonaventure, Trouty, Dunfield, Goose Cove, Trinity, Trinity East, Port Rexton, Champney=s Arm, Champney=s East, Champney=s West and English Harbour.

Population - 11,495

Virginia Waters

The District of Virginia Waters shall consist of and include all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador bounded as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of Logy Bay Road and the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway, also known as the Outer Ring Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Logy Bay Road to its intersection with the centre line of Robin Hood Bay Road;

Then running along a line having a bearing of south 73° 18' west, more or less, to its intersection with the eastern shoreline of Virginia Lake, so that Cheyene Drive and Stonebridge Place are contained in the District of Virginia Waters and Gerard Place and Crosbie Drive are contained in the District of Signal Hill - Quidi Vidi.

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the eastern shoreline of Virginia Lake to its intersection with the centre line of Virginia River, located at the southwestern extent of Virginia Lake;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Virginia River to its intersection with the centre line of Carrick Drive;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Carrick Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Newfoundland Drive;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Newfoundland Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Torbay Road;

Then running in a general southerly direction along the centre line of Torbay Road to its intersection with the centre line of Macdonald Drive;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of MacDonald Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Portugal Cove Road;

Then running in a general northerly direction along the centre line of Portugal Cove Road to its intersection with the centre line of Higgins Line;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Higgins Line to its intersection with the centre line of Fox Avenue;

Then running along the centre line of Fox Avenue to its intersection with the centre line of Ridge Road;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction along the centre line of Ridge Road to its intersection with the centre line of Allandale Road;

Then running in a general westerly direction along the centre line of Allandale Road to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway, also known as the Outer Ring Road;

Then running in a northwesterly direction to the intersection of the western shoreline of Middle Rocky Pond and the centre line of an unnamed river, which extends between Parkers Pond and Middle Rocky Pond;

Then running in a northerly direction to the intersection of the centre line of Portugal Cove Road and the centre line of an unnamed river, which extends between Windsor Lake and Newfound Pond;

Then running in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of Portugal Cove Road to its intersection with the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway, also known as the Outer Ring Road;

Then running in a general northeasterly direction along the centre line of the Trans Canada Highway to the point of beginning.

All bearings are referenced to Grid North of the Universal Transverse Mercator Map Projection and the North American Datum of 1983.

Note: This district includes part of the City of St. John=s.

Population - 11,943

Commencement

        3. This Act comes into force immediately after the dissolution of the 45th General Assembly.