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Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1996



Duley Lake Provincial Park Proclamation
under the
Provincial Parks Act
(O.C. 96‑189)

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.

                   The Duley Lake Provincial Park Proclamation, Newfoundland Regulation 189/80, is repealed.


All that piece or parcel of land situate and being at Walsh River near Labrador City in the province, abutted and bounded as follows, that is to say:

Beginning at a point in the westerly shore of Long Lake, that point being Post No. 1 of Newfoundland Labrador Mining Block 23 and having co‑ordinates of north 29,599.1 metres and east 14,768.5 metres from Geodetic Station "Lucky" having assigned co‑ordinates of north 30,480 metres and east 30,480 metres;

Then running by Mining Block 23 south 43° 41' 24" west 536.7 metres, and then south 8° 20' 23" west 2,760.3 metres, and then south 42° 50' 25" west 2,028.4 metres;

Then running by Crown land north 47° 09' 35" west 1,580.5 metres, more or less;

Then running by Mining Block 25 north 62° 33' 55" east 25.3 metres, and then north 38° 10' 47" east 915.2 metres, and then north 16° 42' 09" east 2,274.2 metres, more or less;

Then running by Mining Block 55 north 4° 41' 40" east 1,384.8 metres, and then north 70° 48' 10" east 133.7 metres, more or less;

Then running along the southerly bank of Walsh River in a general easterly direction 3,092.9 metres;

Then running along the westerly shore of Long Lake in a general southwesterly direction 915 metres, and then south 40° 42' 39" west 168.5 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning and containing an area of 882.4 hectares, more or less.

All bearings refer to the true meridian.