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Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1996
Under the authority of section 4 of the Provincial Parks Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council proclaims the area described in the Schedule to be a provincial park.
Provincial Parks Proclamation,
All that piece or parcel of land situate
and being near
Beginning at a point in the southerly limit of Old Cape Ray Road, 20.1 metres wide, extending from the Trans Canada Highway to Cape Ray, that point being 252.9 metres as measured in a westerly direction along the southerly limit from the westerly limit of the Trans Canada Highway;
Then running north 65° west 1,174.7 metres to a point on the easterly shore of Little Barachois;
Then along the easterly shore in a southerly direction 864.1 metres to the northerly limit of the right‑of‑way of the Canadian National Railway;
Then along the northerly limit in a westerly direction 334.7 metres;
Then turning and running south 9° west 21 metres to a point in the southerly limit of the railway right‑of‑way;
Then running along the southerly shore of the Little Barachois in a southeasterly direction 244.1 metres, and then in a southwesterly direction 79.5 metres;
Then running along the northerly
Then turning and running north 48° east 111.8 metres to a point in the southerly shoreline of Cape Barachois;
Then along that shoreline in an easterly direction 846.4 metres;
Then along the easterly shoreline of
Then in a northerly direction along the
eastern bank 410.3 metres to a point in the southerly limit of Old
Then along the southerly limit of the road in an easterly direction for a distance of 284.7 metres;
Then turning and running north 53° east 1,404.8 metres, and then south 39° east 1,367.3 metres;
Then south 51° west 382.5 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning, excepting nevertheless out of the area above described a piece or parcel of land containing 0.8 hectares situate near the southwestern angle of Little Barachois and occupied by John Pearce, also excepting from the area above described the right‑of‑way of the Canadian National Railway, 30.5 metres wide, that piece or parcel of land containing 184.1 hectares.
All bearings are referred to the true meridian.
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