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NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 155/04

Torngat Mountains Special Management Area
under the
Lands Act
(O.C. 2004-526)

(Filed December 22, 2004 )

Under the authority of subsection 57(1) of the Lands Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council declares the area described below as the Torngat Mountains Special Management Area .

Dated at St. John’s , December 22, 2004 .

Tim Murphy
Deputy Clerk of the Executive Council

TORNGAT MOUNTAINS SPECIAL
MANAGEMENT AREA

All that piece or parcel of land situate and being north of Saglek Bay , Labrador in the Electoral District of Torngat Mountains abutted and bounded as follows:

Beginning at a point on the northwesterly shoreline of Ugjuktok Fiord, that point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,481,880 metres and east 479,525 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 829 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,481,300 metres and east 478,932 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 2,990 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,479,711 metres and east 476,399 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 3,893 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,477,643 metres and east 473,101 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 2,921 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,476,441 metres and east 470,438 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 3,350 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,475,063 metres and east 467,384 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 2,930 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,473,933 metres and east 464,681 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 3,056 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,472,754 metres and east 461,861 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 3,071 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,471,659 metres and east 459,241 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 2,441 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,473,358 metres and east 457,488 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 2,510 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,475,053 metres and east 455,637 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 2,598 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,476,833 metres and east 453,745 metres;

Then running in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 902 metres to a point having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,477,503 metres and east 453,140 metres;

Then running in a general northwesterly direction a distance of 3,292 metres to a point on the Province of Quebec - Province of Newfoundland and Labrador border having UTM co-ordinates of north 6,479,773 metres and east 450,756 metres;

Then following the Province of Quebec - Province of Newfoundland and Labrador border in a general northerly direction to a point in the southerly shoreline of the McLean Strait ;

Then through the waters of the McLean Strait to a point on the shoreline of that Strait, that point being on the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador - Nunavut border located on Killiniq Island;

Then running along that border in a general northerly direction to a point at Cape Chidley located on the lowest low water mark of the westerly shoreline of the Labrador Sea ;

Then running along that lowest low water mark of the westerly shoreline of the Labrador Sea in a general southeasterly direction to the point of beginning.

Also included with the above, the islands, to their lowest low water marks, which are located off that westerly shoreline of the Labrador Sea , as well as the islands, to their lowest low water marks, located in Saglek Bay .

Reserving, nevertheless, out of the above described piece or parcel of land, those lands described as Labrador Inuit Lands pursuant to the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement and transfer number 73958, as amended, issued by the Crown to the Department of National Defence.

The above described piece or parcel of land contains, in all, an area of 9,700 square kilometres, more or less.  All co-ordinates refer to Zone 20 of the Universal Transverse Mercator Projection, N.A. D. 83.