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Channel - Port aux Basques Municipal Planning Area
Under the authority of section 11 of the Urban and Rural Planning Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act , the Lieutenant-Governor in Council defines the following area as the Channel - Port aux Basques Municipal Planning Area.
Beginning at the mouth of an unnamed stream 350 metres, more or less , north of Windsor Point;
Then along the southern bank northeast a distance of 150 metres, more or less, to the right-of-way of the former rail line;
Then in a generally southeasterly direction along the southern boundary of the former rail line to the northern bank of an unnamed stream 800 metres, more or less, east of Windsor Point;
Then in a generally northeasterly direction along the northern bank of the stream and ponds crossing Route 408 to the right-of-way of the Trans Canada Highway Route 1;
Then due east 7,375 metres, more or less, to a point on the southern bank of the Grand Bay River where the northern tributary joins the river;
Then in a general easterly direction 4,200 metres following the
Then south 88° 30' east a distance of 3,350 metres, more or less, to the northern extremity of Little Bay Pond;
Then in a general southerly direction following the eastern shoreline of Little Bay River to the mouth;
Then southwesterly along the southern shoreline to Little Bay Head;
Then from Little Bay Head south 62° 00' west a distance of 2,750 metres, more or less, to a point being south of Channel Head;
Then in a line which will include all unnamed islands to Southwest Point;
Then south 86° 00' west to Yankee Rock;
Then north 70° 00' west to the southernmost point on Duck Island;
Then north 52° 30' west to highwater mark on Point Enragee;
Then following the sinuosities of the shoreline in a general northwesterly direction, and including any offshore islands, to the point of commencement.
All bearings being referred to the true meridian.
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