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S.c. 2000, c. 32

Assented to 2000-10-20

An Act respecting the national parks of Canada

Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada, enacts as follows:


Contents

Short Title

Short title

1. This Act may be cited as the Canada National Parks Act.


Interpretation

Definitions

2. (1) The definitions in this subsection apply in this Act.

“community plan”

« plan communautaire »

“community plan” means a land use plan for a park community.

“ecological integrity”

« intégrité écologique »

“ecological integrity” means, with respect to a park, a condition that is determined to be characteristic of its natural region and likely to persist, including abiotic components and the composition and abundance of native species and biological communities, rates of change and supporting processes.

“enforcement officer”

« agent de l’autorité »

“enforcement officer” means a person designated under section 19 or belonging to a class of persons so designated.

“Minister”

« ministre »

“Minister” means the Minister responsible for the Parks Canada Agency.

“park”

« parc »

“park” means a national park of Canada named and described in Schedule 1.

“park community”

« collectivité »

“park community” means any of the following communities:

(a) the visitor centre of Field in Yoho National Park of Canada;

(b) the town of Banff in Banff National Park of Canada;

(c) the visitor centre of Lake Louise in Banff National Park of Canada;

(d) the visitor centre of Waterton Lakes Park in Waterton Lakes National Park of Canada;

(e) the town of Jasper in Jasper National Park of Canada;

(f) the visitor centre of Waskesiu in Prince Albert National Park of Canada; or

(g) the visitor centre of Wasagaming in Riding Mountain National Park of Canada.

“park reserve”

« réserve »

“park reserve” means a national park reserve of Canada named and described in Schedule 2.

“park warden”

« garde de parc »

“park warden” means a person designated under section 18.

“publc lands”

« terres domaniales »

“public lands” means lands, including submerged lands, that belong to Her Majesty in right of Canada or that the Government of Canada has the power to dispose of, whether or not such disposal is subject to the terms of any agreement between the Government of Canada and the government of a province.

“superintendent”

« directeur »

“superintendent” means an officer appointed under the Parks Canada Agency Act who holds the office of superintendent of a park or of a national historic site of Canada to which this Act applies, and includes any person appointed under that Act who is authorized by such an officer to act on the officer’s behalf.

Aboriginal rights

(2) For greater certainty, nothing in this Act shall be construed so as to abrogate or derogate from the protection provided for existing aboriginal or treaty rights of the aboriginal peoples of Canada by the recognition and affirmation of those rights in section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982.

2000, c. 32, s. 2; 2002, c. 18, s. 30; 2005, c. 2, s. 7.

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Her Majesty

Binding on Her Majesty

3. This Act is binding on Her Majesty in right of Canada or a province.


National Parks Of Canada

Parks dedicated to public

4. (1) The national parks of Canada are hereby dedicated to the people of Canada for their benefit, education and enjoyment, subject to this Act and the regulations, and the parks shall be maintained and made use of so as to leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations.

Purpose of reserves

(2) Park reserves are established in accordance with this Act for the purpose referred to in subsection (1) where an area or a portion of an area proposed for a park is subject to a claim in respect of aboriginal rights that has been accepted for negotiation by the Government of Canada.

2000, c. 32, s. 4; 2002, c. 18, s. 31.

National parks of Canada

5. (1) Subject to section 7, the Governor in Council may, by order, for the purpose of establishing or enlarging a park, amend Schedule 1 by adding the name and a description of the park, or by altering the description of the park, if the Governor in Council is satisfied that

(a) Her Majesty in right of Canada has clear title to or an unencumbered right of ownership in the lands to be included in the park; and

(b) the government of the province in which those lands are situated has agreed to their use for that purpose.

Judicial finding as to title

(2) If a court of competent jurisdiction finds that Her Majesty in right of Canada does not have clear title to or an unencumbered right of ownership in lands within a park, the Governor in Council may, by order, amend Schedule 1 by removing the name and description of the park or by altering that description.

No reduction of park area

(3) Except as provided by subsection (2), no amendment may be made by the Governor in Council to Schedule 1 for the purpose of removing any portion of a park.

2000, c. 32, s. 5; 2002, c. 18, s. 31.1.

Reserves for parks

6. (1) Subject to section 7, the Governor in Council may, by order, for the purpose of establishing or enlarging a park reserve, amend Schedule 2 by adding the name and a description of the reserve, or by altering the description of the reserve, if the Governor in Council is satisfied that the government of the province in which the lands to be included in the reserve are situated has agreed to their use for that purpose.

Reserve lands becoming park

(2) Where a claim referred to in subsection 4(2) is settled, the Governor in Council may, by order,

(a) amend Schedule 2 by removing the name and description of the park reserve or by altering that description; and

(b) if the settlement provides that the park reserve or part of it is to become a park or part of one, amend Schedule 1 by adding the name and a description of the park or by altering the description of the park, if the Governor in Council is satisfied that Her Majesty in right of Canada has clear title to or an unencumbered right of ownership in the lands to be included in the park.

Judicial finding as to title

(3) If a court of competent jurisdiction finds that Her Majesty in right of Canada does not have clear title to or an unencumbered right of ownership in lands within a park reserve, the Governor in Council may, by order, amend Schedule 2 by removing the name and description of the reserve or by altering that description.

No reduction of reserve area

(4) Except as provided by subsections (2) and (3), no amendment may be made by the Governor in Council to Schedule 2 for the purpose of removing any portion of a park reserve.

2000, c. 32, s. 6; 2002, c. 18, s. 31.2.

Amendment to be tabled and referred

7. (1) Before an amendment is made to Schedule 1 or 2 for a purpose referred to in subsection 5(1) or 6(1), respectively, the proposed amendment shall be tabled in each House of Parliament, together with a report on the proposed park or park reserve that includes information on consultations undertaken and any agreements reached with respect to its establishment, and an amendment so tabled stands referred to the standing committee of each House that normally considers matters relating to parks or to any other committee that that House may designate for the purposes of this section.

Disapproval by committee

(2) The committee of each House may, within 30 sitting days after the amendment is tabled, report to the House that it disapproves the amendment, in which case a motion to concur in the report shall be put to the House in accordance with its procedures.

Amendment allowed

(3) A proposed amendment to Schedule 1 or 2 may be made if 31 sitting days have elapsed after the tabling of the amendment in both Houses and no motion referred to in subsection (2) has been proposed in either House.

Amendment not allowed

(4) A proposed amendment to Schedule 1 or 2 may not be made if either House passes a motion referred to in subsection (2).


Administration

Management by Minister

8. (1) The Minister is responsible for the administration, management and control of parks, including the administration of public lands in parks and, for that purpose, the Minister may use and occupy those lands.

Ecological integrity

(2) Maintenance or restoration of ecological integrity, through the protection of natural resources and natural processes, shall be the first priority of the Minister when considering all aspects of the management of parks.

Park communities

9. Powers in relation to land use planning and development in park communities may not be exercised by a local government body, except as provided in the agreement referred to in section 35.

Agreements — general

10. (1) The Minister may enter into agreements with federal and provincial ministers and agencies, local and aboriginal governments, bodies established under land claims agreements and other persons and organizations for carrying out the purposes of this Act.

Agreements — particular

(2) The Minister may enter into agreements

(a) with any person for the development, operation and maintenance in a park of hydro-electric power pursuant to the Dominion Water Power Act for use in a park;

(b) with a local or aboriginal government having jurisdiction on lands adjacent to a park for the supply of water from the park to any place on those adjacent lands; and

(c) with any person located on lands in or adjacent to a park for the supply of water from the park to those lands for domestic purposes or for use in establishments providing services to park visitors.

Traditional water supply

(2.1) An agreement entered into pursuant to paragraph (2)(b) must take into account any traditional supply of water from the park.

Use of land

(3) An agreement entered into by the Minister with a provincial minister or agency may authorize the use of public lands in a park, but the Minister may terminate the agreement if those lands cease to be used as authorized.

Management plans

11. (1) The Minister shall, within five years after a park is established, prepare a management plan for the park containing a long-term ecological vision for the park, a set of ecological integrity objectives and indicators and provisions for resource protection and restoration, zoning, visitor use, public awareness and performance evaluation, which shall be tabled in each House of Parliament.

Review of plans

(2) The Minister shall review the management plan for each park every five years, and any amendments to a plan shall be tabled with the plan in each House of Parliament.

Public consultation

12. (1) The Minister shall, where applicable, provide opportunities for public participation at the national, regional and local levels, including participation by aboriginal organizations, bodies established under land claims agreements and representatives of park communities, in the development of parks policy and regulations, the establishment of parks, the formulation of management plans, land use planning and development in relation to park communities and any other matters that the Minister considers relevant.

Progress reports

(2) At least every two years, the Minister shall cause to be tabled in each House of Parliament a report on the state of the parks and on progress made towards the establishment of new parks.


Park Lands

No disposition or use without authority

13. Except as permitted by this Act or the regulations,

(a) no public lands or right or interest in public lands in a park may be disposed of; and

(b) no person shall use or occupy public lands in a park.

Wilderness areas

14. (1) The Governor in Council may, by regulation, declare any area of a park that exists in a natural state or that is capable of returning to a natural state to be a wilderness area.

Maintaining character

(2) The Minister may not authorize any activity to be carried on in a wilderness area that is likely to impair the wilderness character of the area.

Exceptions

(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2) but subject to any conditions that the Minister considers necessary, the Minister may authorize activities to be carried on in a wilderness area for purposes of

(a) park administration;

(b) public safety;

(c) the provision of basic user facilities including trails and rudimentary campsites;

(d) the carrying on of activities in accordance with regulations made under section 17; or

(e) access by air to remote parts of the wilderness area.

Time limit for declaration

(4) Where a new or amended management plan sets out an area of a park for declaration as a wilderness area, the Minister shall recommend such declaration to the Governor in Council within one year after the plan or amendment is tabled under section 11.

Disposition of public lands

15. (1) The Minister may

(a) enter into leases of, and easements or servitudes over, public lands in a park that are used for

(i) the right-of-way of an existing railway line or the site of a railway station,

(ii) the right-of-way of an existing oil or gas pipeline or the site of a tank, reservoir, pump, rack, loading facility or other installation connected with such a pipeline, or

(iii) the right-of-way of an existing telecommunication or electrical transmission line or the site of an exchange, office, substation or other installation connected with such a transmission line;

(b) enter into leases of, and easements or servitudes over, public lands in a park that are required for any alteration to or deviation from a right-of-way referred to in paragraph (a) or for the relocation of any station or installation referred to in that paragraph; or

(c) enter into leases or licences of occupation of, and easements or servitudes over, public lands in a park for the installation and operation of radio and television repeater stations, microwave towers, weather and telemetry stations and cosmic ray and other scientific monitoring stations.

Use of lands

(2) Public lands in a park in which a right or interest is held for any purpose under this Act remain part of the park and, if those lands cease to be used for that purpose, the right or interest reverts to the Crown.

Termination, etc.

(3) The Minister may terminate, or accept the surrender or resiliation of, a lease of public lands in a park and may terminate, or accept the relinquishment of, a licence of occupation of such lands or an easement or servitude over such lands.

Expropriation if interests

(4) The Expropriation Act applies in respect of the taking or acquisition of an interest in public lands in a park for the purposes of this Act where the holder of the interest does not consent and there is no cause for termination under subsection (3).

Meaning of terms

(5) For the purposes of subsection (4), the Minister is deemed to be a minister referred to in paragraph (b) of the definition “Minister” in section 2 of that Act and the Parks Canada Agency is deemed to be a department named in Schedule I to the Financial Administration Act.

No other expropriation

(6) Notwithstanding the Expropriation Act, Her Majesty in right of Canada may not acquire any interest in land by expropriation for the purpose of enlarging a park or establishing a new park.

2000, c. 32, s. 15; 2009, c. 17, s. 2.

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Regulations

Regulations

16. (1) The Governor in Council may make regulations respecting

(a) the preservation, control and management of parks;

(b) the protection of flora, soil, waters, fossils, natural features, air quality, and cultural, historical and archaeological resources;

(c) the protection of fauna, the taking of specimens of fauna for scientific or propagation purposes, and the destruction or removal of dangerous or superabundant fauna;

(d) the management and regulation of fishing;

(e) the prevention and remedying of any obstruction or pollution of waterways;

(f) the prevention and extinguishment of fire on park lands or threatening park lands;

(g) the issuance, amendment and termination of leases, licences of occupation and easements or servitudes, and the acceptance of the surrender or resiliation of leases and the relinquishment of licences of occupation and easements or servitudes, of or over public lands

(i) in park communities, for the purposes of residence, schools, churches, hospitals, trade, tourism and places of recreation or entertainment,

(ii) in existing resort subdivisions, for the purpose of residence,

(iii) outside park communities and existing resort subdivisions, for the purposes of schools, churches, hospitals, service stations, tourism and places for the accommodation, recreation or education of visitors to parks, and

(iv) in the town of Banff, for the purpose of the exercise by a local government body of functions specified in the agreement referred to in section 35;

(h) the restriction or prohibition of activities and the control of the use of park resources and facilities;

(i) the establishment, operation, maintenance and administration of works and services of a public character, such as water, sewage, electricity, telephone, gas, fire protection, garbage removal and disposal and cemeteries, including the designation, granting and maintenance of plots in cemeteries, and respecting the use of those works and services;

(j) the establishment, maintenance, administration and use of roads, streets, highways, parking areas, sidewalks, streetworks, trails, wharves, docks, bridges and other improvements, and the circumstances under which they must be open or may be closed to public traffic or use;

(k) the control of traffic on roads, streets and highways and elsewhere in parks, including the regulation of the speed, operation and parking of vehicles;

(l) the surveying of public lands, the making of plans of surveyed lands, the delimitation in such plans of the boundaries of park communities, existing resort subdivisions and cemeteries, their designation as towns, visitor centres, resort subdivisions or cemeteries and the subdividing of lands so designated;

(m) the control of the location, standards, design, materials, construction, maintenance, removal and demolition of buildings, structures, facilities, signs and other improvements and the establishment of zones governing uses of land and buildings;

(n) the control of businesses, trades, occupations, amusements, sports and other activities or undertakings, including activities related to commercial ski facilities referred to in section 36, and the places where such activities and undertakings may be carried on;

(o) the preservation of public heath and the prevention of disease;

(p) the inspection of buildings, structures, facilities and other improvements for the purpose of the enforcement of regulations made under paragraphs (m), (n) and (o);

(q) the abatement and prevention of nuisances;

(r) the determination of fees, rates, rents and other charges for the use of park resources and facilities, the provision of works and services referred to in paragraph (i) and improvements referred to in paragraph (j), and the issuance and amendment of permits, licences and other authorizing instruments pursuant to subsection (3);

(s) public safety, including the control of firearms;

(t) the use, transportation and temporary storage of pesticides and other toxic substances;

(u) the control of domestic animals, including the impounding or destruction of such animals found at large;

(v) the acquisition or disposition of prehistoric and historic objects and reproductions of them and the sale of souvenirs, consumer articles and publications;

(w) the authorization of the use of park lands, and the use or removal of flora and other natural objects, by aboriginal people for traditional spiritual and ceremonial purposes;

(x) the control of access to parks by air;

(y) designating provisions of the regulations for the purpose of subsection 24(1); and

(z) the summary removal from a park, by park wardens or enforcement officers, of persons found contravening specified provisions of this Act, the regulations or the Criminal Code, and the exclusion from a park for prescribed periods of those persons or persons convicted of offences under those provisions.

Roads and other improvements

(2) The establishment or use of any improvement referred to in paragraph (1)(j) does not operate to withdraw lands from a park.

Powers of superintendents

(3) Regulations made under this section may authorize the superintendent of a park, in the circumstances and subject to the limits that may be specified in the regulations,

(a) to vary any requirement of the regulations for purposes of public safety or the conservation of natural resources in the park;

(b) to issue, amend, suspend and revoke permits, licences and other authorizations in relation to any matter that is the subject of regulations and to set their terms and conditions; and

(c) to order the taking of any action to counter any threat to public health or to remedy the consequences of any breach of the regulations in the park.

No new establishments

(4) No lease, licence of occupation, easement or servitude may be issued or amended pursuant to regulations made under subparagraph (1)(g)(iii) for the purpose of the establishment of a new park community, resort subdivision, school, church or hospital.

2000, c. 32, s. 16; 2009, c. 14, s. 29.

Previous VersionResource harvesting in certain parks

17. (1) The Governor in Council may make regulations respecting the exercise of traditional renewable resource harvesting activities in

(a) Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada;

(b) Wapusk National Park of Canada;

(c) Gros Morne National Park of Canada;

(d) any national park of Canada established in the District of Thunder Bay in the Province of Ontario;

(e) Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada; and

(f) any national park of Canada established in an area where the continuation of such activities is provided for by an agreement between the Government of Canada and the government of a province respecting the establishment of the park.

Land claims agreements

(2) Where an agreement for the settlement of an aboriginal land claim that is given effect by an Act of Parliament makes provision for traditional renewable resource harvesting activities or stone removal activities for carving purposes within any area of a park, or where aboriginal people have existing aboriginal or treaty rights to traditional renewable resource harvesting activities within any area of a park, the Governor in Council may make regulations respecting the carrying on of those activities in that area.

Regulations respecting resource harvesting

(3) Regulations made under subsection (1) or (2) may

(a) specify what are traditional renewable resource harvesting activities;

(b) designate categories of persons authorized to engage in those activities and prescribe the conditions under which they may engage in them;

(c) prohibit the use of renewable resources harvested in parks for other than traditional purposes;

(d) control traditional renewable resource harvesting activities;

(e) authorize the removal and disposal of any equipment or harvested resources left in a park in contravention of the regulations, and provide for the recovery of expenses incurred in their removal and disposal; and

(f) notwithstanding anything in this subsection, authorize the superintendent of a park

(i) to close areas of the park to traditional renewable resource harvesting activities for purposes of park management, public safety or the conservation of natural resources,

(ii) to establish limits on the renewable resources that may be harvested in any period, or to vary any such limits established by the regulations, for purposes of conservation, and

(iii) to prohibit or restrict the use of equipment in the park for the purpose of protecting natural resources.

Removal of carving stone

(4) In regulations made under subsection (2), subsection (3) may be applied to the removal of stone for carving purposes.

Variations by superintendent

(5) Regulations made under this section may authorize the superintendent of a park, in the circumstances described and to the extent provided in the regulations, to vary any requirement of the regulations for purposes of public safety or the conservation of natural resources in the park.


Enforcement

Designation of park wardens

18. The Minister may designate persons appointed under the Parks Canada Agency Act, whose duties include the enforcement of this Act, to be park wardens for the enforcement of this Act and the regulations in any part of Canada and for the preservation and maintenance of the public peace in parks, and for those purposes park wardens are peace officers within the meaning of the Criminal Code.

Designation of enforcement officers

19. The Minister may designate persons or classes of persons employed in the federal public administration or by a provincial, municipal or local authority or an aboriginal government, whose duties include law enforcement, to be enforcement officers for the purpose of the enforcement of specified provisions of this Act or the regulations in relation to specified parks, and for that purpose enforcement officers have the powers and are entitled to the protection provided by law to peace officers within the meaning of the Criminal Code.

2000, c. 32, s. 19; 2002, c. 18, s. 31.3; 2003, c. 22, s. 224(E).

Previous VersionContraventions Act

19.1 (1) The Minister may designate persons or classes of persons employed in the federal public administration or by a provincial, municipal or local authority or by an aboriginal government for the purpose of the enforcement of this Act or the regulations with respect to offences that have been designated as contraventions under the Contraventions Act.

Limitations regarding designations

(2) The Minister may specify that a designation is in respect of one or more parks or in respect of all or specified offences under this Act that have been designated as contraventions under the Contraventions Act.

2009, c. 14, s. 30.

Certificate of designation and oath

20. (1) Every park warden, enforcement officer and person designated under section 19.1 shall be provided with a certificate of designation in a form approved by the Minister and shall take and subscribe an oath prescribed by the Minister.

Limitations must be specified

(2) The certificate must specify the limitations, if any, to which the designation is subject.

2000, c. 32, s. 20; 2009, c. 14, s. 30.

Previous VersionRight of passage

20.1 In the discharge of their duties, park wardens and enforcement officers and any persons accompanying them may enter on and pass through or over private property without being liable for doing so and without any person having the right to object to that use of the property.

2009, c. 14, s. 30.

Immunity

20.2 Park wardens and enforcement officers are not personally liable for anything they do or omit to do in good faith under this Act.

2009, c. 14, s. 30.

Arrest without warrant

21. A park warden or enforcement officer may, in accordance with the Criminal Code, arrest without warrant any person

(a) whom the warden or officer finds committing an offence under this Act; or

(b) who the warden or officer believes, on reasonable grounds, has committed or is about to commit an offence under this Act.

2000, c. 32, s. 21; 2009, c. 14, s. 30.

Previous VersionSearch and seizure

22. (1) A park warden or enforcement officer may

(a) enter and search any place and open and examine any package or receptacle in accordance with a warrant issued under subsection (2) at any time during the day or, if so specified in the warrant, during the night; and

(b) seize any thing that the warden or officer believes on reasonable grounds is a thing described in subsection (2).

Authority to issue warrant

(2) If a justice of the peace, on ex parte application, is satisfied by information on oath that there are reasonable grounds to believe that there is in any place, including any building or any vehicle, vessel or other conveyance, or in any package or receptacle,

(a) any thing in relation to which there are reasonable grounds to believe an offence under this Act or the regulations has been committed, or

(b) any thing that there are reasonable grounds to believe will afford evidence with respect to the commission of such an offence,

the justice of the peace may issue a warrant authorizing a park warden or enforcement officer named in the warrant to enter and search the place or to open and examine the package or receptacle, subject to any conditions specified in the warrant.

Where warrant not necessary

(3) A park warden or enforcement officer may exercise any powers under subsection (1) without a warrant if the conditions for obtaining a warrant exist but by reason of exigent circumstances it would not be practical to obtain one.

Custody of things seized

23. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3) and sections 28 and 29, where a park warden or enforcement officer seizes a thing under this Act or under a warrant issued pursuant to the Criminal Code,

(a) sections 489.1 and 490 of the Criminal Code apply; and

(b) the warden or officer, or any person that the warden or officer may designate, shall retain custody of the thing, subject to any order made under section 490 of the Criminal Code.

Forfeiture where ownership not ascertainable

(2) If the lawful ownership of or entitlement to a seized thing cannot be ascertained within 30 days after its seizure, the thing or any proceeds of its disposition are forfeited to Her Majesty in right of Canada, if the thing was seized by a park warden or by an enforcement officer employed in the federal public administration, or to Her Majesty in right of a province, if the thing was seized by an enforcement officer employed by a provincial, municipal or local authority or an aboriginal government.

Perishable things

(3) If a seized thing is perishable, the park warden or enforcement officer may dispose of it or destroy it, and any proceeds of its disposition shall be paid to the lawful owner or person lawfully entitled to possession of the thing, unless proceedings under this Act are commenced within 90 days after its seizure, or shall be retained by the warden or officer pending the outcome of those proceedings.

2000, c. 32, s. 23; 2002, c. 18, s. 31.4; 2003, c. 22, s. 224(E); 2009, c. 14, s. 31(F).

Previous VersionLiability for costs

23.1 If a thing is seized under this Act, the person who owned the thing at the time that it was seized, the person who had charge or control of the thing immediately before it was seized and the person who possessed it immediately before it was seized are jointly and severally, or solidarily, liable for all the costs of seizure, detention, maintenance and forfeiture, including any destruction or disposal costs, incurred by Her Majesty in right of Canada in relation to the thing in excess of any proceeds of its disposition, if any.

2009, c. 14, s. 32.


Offences And Punishment

Offence

24. (1) Every person who contravenes section 13, subsection 32(1) or a provision of the regulations designated by regulations made under paragraph 16(1)(y) is guilty of an offence and liable

(a) on conviction on indictment,

(i) in the case of an individual,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $15,000 and not more than $1,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $30,000 and not more than $2,000,000,

(ii) in the case of a person, other than an individual or a corporation referred to in subparagraph (iii),

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $500,000 and not more than $6,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $1,000,000 and not more than $12,000,000, and

(iii) in the case of a corporation that the court has determined under section 27.1 to be a small revenue corporation,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $75,000 and not more than $4,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $150,000 and not more than $8,000,000; or

(b) on summary conviction,

(i) in the case of an individual,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $5,000 and not more than $300,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $10,000 and not more than $600,000,

(ii) in the case of a person, other than an individual or a corporation referred to in subparagraph (iii),

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $100,000 and not more than $4,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $200,000 and not more than $8,000,000, and

(iii) in the case of a corporation that the court has determined under section 27.1 to be a small revenue corporation,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $25,000 and not more than $2,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $50,000 and not more than $4,000,000.

Offence

(2) Every person who contravenes any provision of the regulations, other than a provision designated by regulations made under paragraph 16(1)(y), any condition of a permit, licence or other authorizing instrument issued under the regulations or under subsection 41.1(3) and (4), or any order or direction given by a superintendent, park warden or enforcement officer under subsection 41.1(3) or (4), is guilty of an offence and liable

(a) on conviction on indictment,

(i) in the case of an individual,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not more than $100,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not more than $200,000,

(ii) in the case of a person, other than an individual or a corporation referred to in subparagraph (iii),

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not more than $500,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not more than $1,000,000, and

(iii) in the case of a corporation that the court has determined under section 27.1 to be a small revenue corporation,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not more than $250,000, an

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not more than $500,000; or

(b) on summary conviction,

(i) in the case of an individual,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not more than $25,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not more than $50,000,

(ii) in the case of a person, other than an individual or a corporation referred to in subparagraph (iii),

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not more than $250,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not more than $500,000, and

(iii) in the case of a corporation that the court has determined under section 27.1 to be a small revenue corporation,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not more than $50,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not more than $100,000.

2000, c. 32, s. 24; 2009, c. 14, s. 33, c. 17, ss. 3, 12.

Previous VersionTrafficking in wild animals, etc.

25. (1) Except as permitted by this Act or the regulations, no person shall traffic in any wild animal, whether living or dead, at any developmental stage, in any part of or any derivative of, or in any egg or embryo of, a wild animal — or in any plant or part of a plant or in any other naturally occurring object or product of natural phenomena — taken in or from a park.

Offence

(2) Every person who contravenes subsection (1) is guilty of an offence and liable

(a) on conviction on indictment,

(i) in the case of an individual,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $7,500 and not more than $500,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than one year, or to both, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $15,000 and not more than $1,000,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than one year, or to both,

(ii) in the case of a person, other than an individual or a corporation referred to in subparagraph (iii),

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $400,000 and not more than $5,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $800,000 and not more than $10,000,000, and

(iii) in the case of a corporation that the court has determined under section 27.1 to be a small revenue corporation,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $25,000 and not more than $3,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $50,000 and not more than $6,000,000; or

(b) on summary conviction,

(i) in the case of an individual,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $4,000 and not more than $225,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than six months, or to both, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $8,000 and not more than $450,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than six months, or to both,

(ii) in the case of a person, other than an individual or a corporation referred to in subparagraph (iii),

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $50,000 and not more than $3,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $100,000 and not more than $6,000,000, and

(iii) in the case of a corporation that the court has determined under section 27.1 to be a small revenue corporation,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $15,000 and not more than $1,250,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $30,000 and not more than $2,500,000.

Definition of “traffic”

(3) In this section and section 26, “traffic” means to sell, offer for sale, expose for sale, buy, offer to buy, solicit, barter, exchange, give, send, transport or deliver.

2000, c. 32, s. 25; 2009, c. 14, s. 34, c. 17, ss. 4, 12.

Previous VersionHunting, trafficking or possessing

26. (1) Except as permitted by this Act or the regulations, no person shall

(a) hunt, in a park, any wild animal of a species named in Part 1 of Schedule 3;

(b) traffic in or possess, in a park, any wild animal of a species named in Part 1 of Schedule 3, whether living or dead, at any developmental stage, or any egg or embryo, or any part or derivative, of any such animal; or

(c) traffic in or possess any wild animal of a species named in Part 1 of Schedule 3, whether living or dead, at any developmental stage, taken from a park, or any egg or embryo, or any part or derivative, of any such animal that was taken from a park.

Offence

(2) Every person who contravenes subsection (1) is guilty of an offence and liable

(a) on conviction on indictment,

(i) in the case of an individual,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $15,000 and not more than $1,000,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years, or to both, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $30,000 and not more than $2,000,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years, or to both,

(ii) in the case of a person, other than an individual or a corporation referred to in subparagraph (iii),

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $500,000 and not more than $6,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $1,000,000 and not more than $12,000,000, and

(iii) in the case of a corporation that the court has determined under section 27.1 to be a small revenue corporation,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $75,000 and not more than $4,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $150,000 and not more than $8,000,000; or

(b) on summary conviction,

(i) in the case of an individual,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $5,000 and not more than $300,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than six months, or to both, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $10,000 and not more than $600,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than six months, or to both,

(ii) in the case of a person, other than an individual or a corporation referred to in subparagraph (iii),

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $100,000 and not more than $4,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $200,000 and not more than $8,000,000, and

(iii) in the case of a corporation that the court has determined under section 27.1 to be a small revenue corporation,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $25,000 and not more than $2,000,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $50,000 and not more than $4,000,000.

Hunting, trafficking or possessing

(3) Except as permitted by this Act or the regulations, no person shall

(a) hunt, in a park, any wild animal of a species named in Part 2 of Schedule 3;

(b) traffic in or possess, in a park, any wild animal of a species named in Part 2 of Schedule 3, whether living or dead, at any developmental stage, or any egg or embryo, or any part or deivative, of any such animal; or

(c) traffic in or possess any wild animal of a species named in Part 2 of Schedule 3, whether living or dead, at any developmental stage, taken from a park, or any egg or embryo, or any part or derivative, of any such animal that was taken from a park.

Offence

(4) Every person who contravenes subsection (3) is guilty of an offence and liable

(a) on conviction on indictment,

(i) in the case of an individual,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $10,000 and not more than $750,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years, or to both, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $20,000 and not more than $1,500,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years, or to both,

(ii) in the case of a person, other than an individual or a corporation referred to in subparagraph (iii),

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $450,000 and not more than $5,500,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $900,000 and not more than $11,000,000, and

(iii) in the case of a corporation that the court has determined under section 27.1 to be a small revenue corporation,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $50,000 and not more than $3,500,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $100,000 and not more than $7,000,000; or

(b) on summary conviction,

(i) in the case of an individual,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $4,500 and not more than $250,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than six months, or to both, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $9,000 and not more than $500,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than six months, or to both,

(ii) in the case of a person, other than an individual or a corporation referred to in subparagraph (iii),

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $75,000 and not more than $3,500,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $150,000 and not more than $7,000,000, and

(iii) in the case of a corporation that the court has determined under section 27.1 to be a small revenue corporation,

(A) for a first offence, to a fine of not less than $20,000 and not more than $1,500,000, and

(B) for a second or subsequent offence, to a fine of not less than $40,000 and not more than $3,000,000.

Definitions

(5) The definitions in this subsection apply in this section.

“hunt”

« chasser »

“hunt” means to kill, injure, seize, capture or trap, or to attempt to do so, and includes to pursue, stalk, track, search for, lie in wait for or shoot at for any of those purposes.

“possess”

« possession »

“possess”, in relation to any person, includes knowingly having any thing in any place, whether or not that place belongs to or is occupied by the person, for his or her own use or benefit or for that of another person.

class="Defini“wildlife”(Repealed, 2009, c. 14, s. 35)

Amendments to Schedule 3

(6) The Governor in Council may, by regulation, amend Part 1 or 2 of Schedule 3 by adding the name of any species of wild animal or by deleting the name of any species of wild animal.

2000, c. 32, s. 26; 2009, c. 14, s. 35, c. 17, ss. 5, 12.

Previous VersionOffences involving more than one animal, plant or object

27. (1) If an offence involves more than one animal, plant or object, the fine to be imposed in respect of that offence may, despite sections 24 to 26, be the total of the fines that would have been imposed if each of the animals, plants or objects had been the subject of a separate information.

Continuing offences

(2) If a contravention of this Act or the regulations is committed or continued on more than one day, it constitutes a separate offence for each day on which it is committed or continued.

Deeming — second and subsequent offence

(3) For the purposes of sections 24 to 26, a conviction for a particular offence under this Act is deemed to be a conviction for a second or subsequent offence if the court is satisfied that the offender has been previously convicted — under any Act of Parliament, or any Act of the legislature of a province, that relates to environmental or wildlife protection or conservation, or the protection of cultural, historical or archaeological resources — of a substantially similar offence.

Application

(4) Subsection (3) applies only to previous convictions on indictment and to previous convictions on summary conviction, and to previous convictions under any similar procedure under any Act of the legislature of a province.

2000, c. 32, s. 27; 2009, c. 14, s. 36.

Previous VersionDetermination of small revenue corporation status

27.1 For the purpose of sections 24 to 26, a court may determine a corporation to be a small revenue corporation if the court is satisfied that the corporation’s gross revenues for the 12 months immediately before the day on which the subject matter of the proceedings arose — or, if it arose on more than one day, for the 12 months immediately before the first day on which the subject matter of the proceedings arose — were not more than $5,000,000.

2009, c. 14, s. 37.

Relief from minimum fine

27.2 The court may impose a fine that is less than the minimum amount provided for in section 24, 25 or 26 if it is satisfied, on the basis of evidence submitted to the court, that the minimum fine would cause undue financial hardship. The court shall provide reasons if it imposes a fine that is less than the minimum amount provided for in any of those sections.

2009, c. 14, s. 37.

Additional fine

27.3 If a person is convicted of an offence under this Act and the court is satisfied that, as a result of the commission of the offence, the person acquired any property, benefit or advantage, the court shall order the person to pay an additional fine in an amount equal to the court’s estimation of the value of that property, benefit or advantage. The additional fine may exceed the maximum amount of any fine that may otherwise be imposed under this Act.

2009, c. 14, s. 37.

Notice to shareholders

27.4 If a corporation that has shareholders is convicted of an offence under this Act, the court shall make an order directing the corporation to notify its shareholders, in the manner and within the time directed by the court, of the facts relating to the commission of the offence and of the details of the punishment imposed.

2009, c. 14, s. 37.

Liability of directors, officers, etc., of corporations

27.5 (1) If a corporation commits an offence under this Act, any director, officer, agent or mandatary of the corporation who directed, authorized, assented to, acquiesced in or participated in the commission of the offence is a party to and guilty of the offence and is liable on conviction to the penalty provided for by this Act for an individual in respect of the offence committed by the corporation, whether or not the corporation has been prosecuted or convicted.

Duties of directors and officers of corporations

(2) Every director and officer of a corporation shall take all reasonable care to ensure that the corporation complies with

(a) this Act and the regulations;

(b) orders made by a court or the superintendent under this Act; and

(c) directions of the superintendent, a park warden or an enforcement officer made under this Act.

2009, c. 14, s. 37.

Fundamental purpose of sentencing

27.6 The fundamental purpose of sentencing for offences under this Act is to contribute to respect for the law establishing and protecting parks through the imposition of just sanctions that have as their objectives

(a) to deter the offender and any other person from committing offences under this Act;

(b) to denounce unlawful conduct that damages or creates a risk of damage to parks; and

(c) to restore park resources.

2009, c. 14, s. 37.

Sentencing principles

27.7 (1) In addition to the principles and factors that the court is otherwise required to consider, including those set out in sections 718.1 to 718.21 of the Criminal Code, the court shall consider the following principles when sentencing a person who is convicted of an offence under this Act:

(a) the amount of the fine should be increased to account for every aggravating factor associated with the offence, including the aggravating factors set out in subsection (2); and

(b) the amount of the fine should reflect the gravity of each aggravating factor associated with the offence.

Aggravating factors

(2) The aggravating factors are the following:

(a) the offence caused damage or risk of damage to park resources;

(b) the offence caused damage or risk of damage to any unique, rare, particularly important or vulnerable park resources;

(c) the damage caused by the offence is extensive, persistent or irreparable;

(d) the offender committed the offence intentionally or recklessly;

(e) the offender failed to take reasonable steps to prevent the commission of the offence despite having the financial means to do so;

(f) by committing the offence or failing to take action to prevent its commission, the offender increased revenue or decreased costs or intended to increase revenue or decrease costs;

(g) the offender committed the offence despite having been warned by the superintendent, a park warden or an enforcement officer of the circumstances that subsequently became the subject of the offence;

(h) the offender has a history of non-compliance with federal or provincial legislation that relates to environmental or wildlife protection or conservation or the protection of cultural, historical or archaeological resources; and

(i) after the commission of the offence, the offender

(i) attempted to conceal its commission,

(ii) failed to take prompt action to prevent, mitigate or remediate its effects, or

(iii) failed to take prompt action to reduce the risk of committing similar offences in the future.

Absence of aggravating factor

(3) The absence of an aggravating factor set out in subsection (2) is not a mitigating factor.

Meaning of “damage”

(4) For the purposes of paragraphs (2)(a) to (c), “damage” includes loss of use value and non-use value.

Reasons

(5) If the court is satisfied of the existence of one or more of the aggravating factors set out in subsection (2) but decides not to increase the amount of the fine because of that factor, it shall give reasons for that decision.

2009, c. 14, s. 37.

Forfeiture

28. (1) When a person is convicted of an offence, the court may, in addition to any punishment imposed, order that any seized thing by means of or in relation to which the offence was committed, or any proceeds of its disposition, be forfeited to Her Majesty in right of Canada.

Return where no forfeiture ordered

(2) If the court does not order the forfeiture, the seized thing or the proceeds of its disposition shall be returned or paid to its lawful owner or the person lawfully entitled to it.

Retention or sale

(3) Where a fine is imposed on a person convicted of an offence, any seized thing, or any proceeds of its disposition, may be retained until the fine is paid or the thing may be sold in satisfaction of the fine and the proceeds applied, in whole or in part, in payment of the fine.

Disposition by Minister

29. Any seized thing that has been forfeited under this Act to Her Majesty in right of Canada or abandoned by its owner may be dealt with and disposed of as the Minister may direct.

Application of fines

29.1 (1) All fines received by the Receiver General in respect of the commission of an offence under this Act, other than fines collected under the Contraventions Act, are to be credited to the Environmental Damages Fund, an account in the accounts of Canada, and used for purposes related to protecting, conserving or restoring parks or for administering that Fund.

Recommendations of court

(2) The court imposing the fine may recommend to the Minister that all or a portion of the fine credited to the Environmental Damages Fund be paid to a person or organization specified by the court for a purpose referred to in subsection (1).

2009, c. 14, s. 38.

Orders of court

30. (1) When a person is convicted of an offence under this Act, the court may, in addition to any punishment imposed and having regard to the nature of the offence and the circumstances surrounding its commission, make an order

(a) prohibiting the person from doing any act or engaging in any activity that may, in the opinion of the court, result in the continuation or repetition of the offence;

(b) directing the person to take any action that the court considers appropriate to remedy or avoid any damage to any park resources that resulted or may result from the commission of the offence;

(c) directing the person to compensate any person, monetarily or otherwise, in whole or in part, for the cost of any remedial or preventive action taken, caused to be taken or to be taken as a result of the act or omission that constituted the offence, including costs of assessing appropriate remedial or preventive action;

(d) directing the person to post a bond or pay into court an amount of money that the court considers appropriate for the purpose of ensuring compliance with any prohibition, direction or requirement mentioned in this section;

(e) directing the person to prepare and implement a pollution prevention plan or an environmental emergency plan;

(f) directing the person to carry out, in the manner established by the Minister, monitoring of the environmental effects of any activity or undertaking on park resources or directing the person to pay, in the manner specified by the court, an amount for that purpose;

(g) directing the person to implement an environmental management system approved by the Minister;

(h) directing the person to have an environmental audit conducted by a person of a class and at the times specified by the Minister and directing the person to remedy any deficiencies revealed during the audit;

(i) directing the person to pay to Her Majesty in right of Canada an amount of money that the court considers appropriate for the purpose of promoting the protection, conservation or restoration of parks;

(j) directing the person to publish, in the manner specified by the court, the facts relating to the commission of the offence and the details of the punishment imposed, including any orders made under this subsection;

(k) directing the person to notify, at the person’s own cost and in the manner specified by the court, any person aggrieved or affected by the person’s conduct of the facts relating to the commission of the offence and of the details of the punishment imposed, including any orders made under this subsection;

(l) directing the person to submit to the Minister, when requested to do so by the Minister at any time within three years after the date of conviction, any information with respect to the person’s activities that the court considers appropriate in the circumstances;

(m) directing the person to perform community service, subject to any reasonable conditions that may be imposed in the order;

(n) directing the person to pay, in a manner specified by the court, an amount to enable research to be conducted into the protection, conservation or restoration of parks;

(o) requiring the person to surrender to the Minister any permit, licence or other authorizing instrument issued under the regulations to the person;

(p) prohibiting the person from applying for any new permit, licence or other authorizing instrument under the regulation during any period that the court considers appropriate;

(q) directing the person to pay, in the manner prescribed by the court, an amount to environmental or other groups to assist in their work related to the park;

(r) directing the person to pay, in the manner prescribed by the court, an amount to an educational institution including for scholarships for students enrolled in studies related to the environment; and

(s) requiring the person to comply with any other conditions that the court considers appropriate.

Suspended sentence

(2) Where a person is convicted of an offence under this Act and the court suspends the passing of sentence under paragraph 731(1)(a) of the Criminal Code, the court may, in addition to any probation order made under that paragraph, make an order referred to in subsection (1).

Imposition of sentence

(3) If a person does not comply with an order made under subsection (2) or is convicted of another offence, the court may, within three years after the order was made, on the application of the prosecution, impose any sentence that could have been imposed if the passing of sentence had not been suspended.

Publication

(4) If a person fails to comply with an order made under paragraph (1)(j), the Minister may, in the manner that the court directed the person to do so, publish the facts relating to the commission of the offence and the details of the punishment imposed and recover the costs of publication from the person.

Debt due to Her Majesty

(5) If the court makes an order under paragraph (1)(c) or (i) directing a person to pay an amount to Her Majesty in right of Canada, or if the Minister incurs publication costs under subsection (4), the amount or the costs, as the case may be, constitute a debt due to Her Majesty in right of Canada and may be recovered in any court of competent jurisdiction.

Enforcement

(6) If the court makes an order under paragraph (1)(c) directing a person to pay an amount to another person, other than to Her Majesty in right of Canada, and the amount is not paid without delay, that other person may, by filing the order, enter as a judgment, in the superior court of the province in which the trial was held, the amount ordered to be paid, and that judgment is enforceable against the person who was directed to pay the amount in the same manner as if it were a judgment rendered against the offender in that court in civil proceedings.

Cancellation or suspension of permits, etc.

(7) If the court makes an order under paragraph (1)(o), any permit, licence or other authorizing instrument to which the order relates is cancelled unless the court makes an order suspending it for any period that the court considers appropriate.

Coming into force and duration of order

(8) An order made under subsection (1) comes into force on the day on which it is made or on any other day that the court may determine and shall not continue in force for more than three years after that day unless the court provides otherwise in the order.

2000, c. 32, s. 30; 2009, c. 14, s. 39.

Previous VersionCompensation for loss of property

31. (1) If a person has been convicted of an offence under this Act, the court may, at the time sentence is imposed and on the application of the person aggrieved, order the offender to pay to the aggrieved person an amount by way of satisfaction or compensation for loss of or damage to property suffered by that person as a result of the commission of the offence.

Enforcement

(2) If the amount ordered to be paid under subsection (1) is not paid without delay, the aggrieved person may, by filing the order, enter as a judgment, in the superior court of the province in which the trial was held, the amount ordered to be paid, and that judgment is enforceable against the offender in the same manner as if it were a judgment rendered against the offender in that court in civil proceedings.

2000, c. 32, s. 31; 2009, c. 14, s. 40.

Previous VersionCompensation for cost of remedial or preventive action

31.01 (1) A court shall not, under paragraph 30(1)(c), order a person to compensate another person for the cost of any remedial or preventive action referred to in that paragraph if the other person is entitled to make a claim for compensation for that cost under the Marine Liability Act or the Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act.

Compensation for loss or damage — property

(2) A court shall not, under subsection 31(1), order a person to pay to another person an amount by way of satisfaction or compensation for loss of or damage to property if the other person is entitled to make a claim for compensation for that loss or damage under the Marine Liability Act or the Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act.

2009, c. 14, s. 40.

Limitation period

31.1 No proceedings by way of summary conviction in respect of an offence under this Act may be instituted more than five years after the day on which the subject matter of the proceedings arose, unless the prosecutor and the defendant agree that they may be instituted after the five years.

2009, c. 14, s. 40.

Contraventions Act

31.2 If an offence under this Act is designated as a contravention under the Contraventions Act, subsection 8(5) of that Act does not apply in respect of the fine that may be established for that contravention.

2009, c. 14, s. 40.

Publication of information about contraventions

31.3 (1) For the purpose of encouraging compliance with this Act and the regulations, the Minister shall maintain, in a registry accessible to the public, information about all convictions of corporations for offences under this Act.

Retention

(2) Information in the registry is to be maintained for a minimum of five years.

2009, c. 14, s. 40.

Review

31.4 (1) The Minister shall, 10 years after the day on which this section comes into force and every 10 years after that, undertake a review of sections 24 to 31.3.

Report to Parliament

(2) The Minister shall, no later than one year after the day on which the review is undertaken, cause a report on the review to be tabled in each House of Parliament.

2009, c. 14, s. 40.


Mitigation Of Environmental Damage

Pollution clean-up

32. (1) Where a substance that is capable of degrading the natural environment, injuring fauna, flora or cultural resources or endangering human health is discharged or deposited in a park, any person who has charge, management or control of the substance shall take reasonable measures to prevent any degradation of the natural environment and any danger to the fauna, flora or cultural resources or to persons that may result from the discharge or deposit.

Powers of superintendent and Minister

(2) If the superintendent of a park is of the opinion that a person is not taking the measures required by subsection (1), the superintendent may direct the person to take those measures and, if the person fails to do so, the Minister may direct those measures to be taken on behalf of Her Majesty in right of Canada.

Expenses of clean-up

(3) A person who fails to comply with a direction given by a superintendent under subsection (2) is liable for the expenses reasonably incurred by Her Majesty in right of Canada in taking the measures directed, and those expenses may be recovered from that person, with costs, in proceedings brought in the name of Her Majesty in any court of competent jurisdiction.


Park Communities

Preparation of community plan

Contents of community plan

(2) A community plan for a park community must

(a) be consistent with the management plan for the park in which the park community is located;

(b) accord with any guidelines established by the Minister for appropriate activities within the park community;

(c) provide a strategy for the management of growth within the park community; and

(d) be consistent with principles of

(i) no net negative environmental impact, and

(ii) responsible environmental stewardship and heritage conservation.

Elements to be included

(3) A community plan, or the zoning by-laws referred to in subsection (1) and tabled with it, must include

(a) a description of the lands comprising the park community;

(b) a description of the lands comprising the commercial zones of the park community; and

(c) a measure of the maximum floor area permitted within the commercial zones of the park community.

Amendment of Schedule 4

(4) Subject to section 34, the Governor in Council may, by order, add the description of a park community, the description of its commercial zones and a measure of their maximum floor area referred to in subsection (3) to columns 2, 3 and 4, respectively, of Schedule 4, opposite the name of the community set out in column 1 of that Schedule, but any description or measure so added is not subject to amendment by the Governor in Council.

Leases, licences, etc.

(5) No lease or licence of occupation may be granted, and no permit, licence or other authorization may be issued, authorizing a commercial use of lands within a commercial zone of a park community if the maximum floor area for commercial zones specified for that park community in Schedule 4 would be exceeded as a result of that use.

Additions to be tabled and referred

34. (1) Before additions are made to Schedule 4 under subsection 33(4), the proposed additions shall be tabled in each House of Parliament, and on tabling they stand referred to the standing committee of each House that normally considers matters relating to parks or to any other committee that that House may designate for the purposes of this section.

Disapproval by committee

(2) The committee of each House may, within 30 sitting days after the proposed additions to Schedule 4 are tabled, report to the House that it disapproves the additions, in which case a motion to concur in the report shall be put to the House in accordance with its procedures.

Disposition of motion for concurrence

(3) The motion shall be debated for not more than three hours and disposed of in accordance with the procedures of the House.

Additions allowed

(4) Proposed additions to Schedule 4 may be made if 31 sitting days have elapsed after the tabling of the additions in both Houses and no motion referred to in subsection (2) has been proposed in either House.

Additions not allowed

(5) Proposed additions to Schedule 4 may not be made if either House passes a motion referred to in subsection (2).


Provisions For Particular Parks

Banff local government

35. The Governor in Council, having authorized the Minister to enter into the Town of Banff Incorporation Agreement dated December 12, 1989, being an agreement for the establishment of a local government body for the town of Banff in Banff National Park of Canada, and to entrust to that body the local government functions specified in the Agreement, may authorize the Minister to further amend the Agreement.

Lands for ski facilities

36. (1) No lease or licence of occupation may be granted for the purpose of commercial ski facilities on public lands in a park except within a commercial ski area described in Schedule 5.

Designation of ski areas

(2) The Governor in Council may, by order, add to Schedule 5 the name and a description of a commercial ski area in the vicinity of Sunshine Village in Banff National Park of Canada, but that Schedule is not otherwise subject to amendment by the Governor in Council.

Wildlife Advisory Board

37. (1) The Governor in Council may, by order, constitute a Wildlife Advisory Board for the traditional hunting grounds of Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada.

Hunting, trapping and fishing permits

(2) Notwithstanding any regulations made under section 17, permits for hunting, trapping and fishing by members of the Cree Band of Fort Chipewyan in the traditional hunting grounds of Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada shall be issued in accordance with regulations of the Wildlife Advisory Board.

Regulations

(3) The Wildlife Advisory Board may, subject to the approval of the Governor in Council, make regulations respecting

(a) the issuance, amendment and revocation, by the superintendent of the Park, of permits for hunting, trapping and fishing by members of the Cree Band of Fort Chipewyan in the traditional hunting grounds of the Park;

(b) the qualifications for such permits; and

(c) the number of such permits that may be issued.

Traditional hunting grounds

(4) For the purposes of this section, the traditional hunting grounds of Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada consist of the lands shown on Plan 72702 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which is filed in the Land Titles Office at Edmonton under number 902-0325, which lands contain 8869 square kilometres (886 894 hectares).

Amendment of park descriptions

38. (1) Notwithstanding subsection 5(2) and section 13, the Governor in Council may, by order,

(a) amend or replace the description of Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada in Schedule 1 for the purpose of withdrawing from that Park any lands in the vicinity of Garden River in the province of Alberta that may be required for the establishment of an Indian reserve;

(b) amend or replace the description of Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada in Schedule 1, in accordance with an agreement between Canada and the Salt River First Nation or with any first nation formed from the division of that First Nation, for the purpose of withdrawing from that Park any lands that may be required for purposes of entitlement to land under Treaty Number Eight between Her Majesty the Queen and the Cree, Beaver, Chipewyan and other Indians;

(c) amend or replace the description of Riding Mountain National Park of Canada in Schedule 1 for the purpose of withdrawing from that Park the east half of Section 8 in Township 20, Range 19, for purposes of settling a claim of the Keeseekoowenin Band; or

(d) amend or replace the description of Wapusk National Park of Canada in Schedule 1, in accordance with the agreement between Canada and Manitoba respecting the establishment of that Park, for the purpose of withdrawing from the Park any lands that may be required for purposes of entitlement to land under

(i) Treaty Number Five between Her Majesty the Queen and the Saulteaux and Swampy Cree Tribes of Indians at Berens River, or

(ii) the Northern Flood Agreement concluded on December 16, 1977 between Canada, Manitoba, the Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board and the Northern Flood Committee, Inc.

Lands not required

(2) Lands withdrawn from Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada or Wapusk National Park of Canada pursuant to subsection (1) are declared to be no longer required for park purposes.


Park Reserves

Application of Act to reserves

39. Subject to sections 40 to 41.1, this Act applies to a park reserve as if it were a park.

2000, c. 32, s. 39; 2009, c. 17, s. 6.

Previous VersionAboriginal resource harvesting

40. The application of this Act to a park reserve is subject to the carrying on of traditional renewable resource harvesting activities by aboriginal persons.

Agreement re Gwaii Haanas

41. (1) The Governor in Council may authorize the Minister to enter into an agreement with the Council of the Haida Nation respecting the management and operation of Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve of Canada.

Resource harvesting and cultural activities

(2) For the purpose of implementing an agreement referred to in subsection (1), the Governor in Council may make regulations, applicable in the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve of Canada, respecting the continuance of traditional renewable resource harvesting activities and Haida cultural activities by people of the Haida Nation to whom subsection 35(1) of the Constitution Act, 1982 applies.

Additions to reserve

(3) Pending the resolution of the disputes outstanding between the Haida Nation and the Government of Canada respecting their rights, titles and interests in or to the Gwaii Haanas Archipelago, the Governor in Council may, by order, alter the description of Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve of Canada in Schedule 2 for the purpose of adding to the Reserve any portion of the Gwaii Haanas Archipelago as described in Schedule VI to the National Parks Act, chapter N-14 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, as that Act read immediately before its repeal.

Non-application of section 7

(4) Section 7 does not apply in relation to the enlargement of Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve of Canada in accordance with subsection (3).

Definition of “expansion area”

41.1 (1) In this section, “expansion area” means the lands described in Parts II and III of the description of Nahanni National Park Reserve of Canada in Schedule 2.

Powers of Minister re expansion area

(2) The Minister may enter into leases or licences of occupation of, and easements over, public lands situated in the expansion area for the purposes of

(a) a mining access road leading to the Prairie Creek Area, as that Area is described in Part II of the description of Nahanni National Park Reserve of Canada in Schedule 2, including the sites of storage and other facilities connected with that road; or

(b) a mining access road following the existing route from Tungsten to Howard’s Pass and any alteration to or deviation from that route, including the sites of storage and other facilities connected with that road.

Land use permits

(3) The Minister may issue, amend, renew, suspend, cancel, and approve the assignment of, permits and authorizations for the use of lands in the expansion area for the purposes of the mining access roads referred to in subsection (2) and, in relation to such permits and authorizations, subsection 31(3) and sections 59, 62, 71 and 85 to 87 of the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act and the regulations made under that Act — other than any regulations respecting time limits and public hearings — apply, with any adaptations that may be necessary, as if the references in those provisions to the federal Minister or a board were references to the Minister responsible for the Parks Canada Agency and the references in those provisions to an inspector were references to the superintendent of the Park Reserve, a park warden or an enforcement officer designated for the purposes of this subsection.

Water licences

(4) The Minister may issue, amend, renew, suspend, cancel, and approve the assignment of, licences for the use of waters in the expansion area for the purposes of the mining access roads referred to in subsection (2) and, in relation to such licences, subsections 14(1), (4), (5) and (7) and sections 15, 16 to 19, 32 and 36, subsections 37(1), (3) and (4) and sections 38, 39, 43 and 44 of the Northwest Territories Waters Act and the regulations made under that Act apply, with any adaptations that may be necessary, as if the references in those provisions to the Minister or the Board were references to the Minister responsible for the Parks Canada Agency and the references in those provisions to an inspector were references to the superintendent of the Park Reserve, a park warden or an enforcement officer designated for the purposes of this subsection.

Outfitter licences

(5) Outfitter licences issued under the Wildlife Act, R.S.N.W.T. 1988, c. W-4 that are in effect on the coming into force of this section in respect of public lands located in the expansion area, continue in effect according to their terms and may be renewed for periods ending not later than 10 years after the day on which this section comes into force, but no new outfitter licences may be issued in respect of those lands.

Definition of “guide”

(6) In subsections (7) and (8), “guide” means a person who holds a guide licence issued in accordance with the Wildlife Act, R.s.n.w.t.988, c. W-4 and who is, or is employed by, the holder of an outfitter licence referred to in subsection (5).

Permitted hunting

(7) A guide or a person accompanied by a guide may hunt, within the meaning of section 26, and may possess, within the meaning of section 26, or transport any wild animal or any part of one in the expansion area, in accordance with the Wildlife Act, R.S.N.W.T. 1988, c. W-4 and the applicable outfitter licence.

Regulations

(8) The Governor in Council may make regulations respecting the activities of guides, persons accompanied by guides and holders of outfitter licences in the expansion area, including regulations

(a) respecting the hunting of wild animals, including with the use of firearms;

(b) authorizing the removal and disposal of any equipment or wild animals left by any person in contravention of the regulations or the Wildlife Act, R.S.N.W.T. 1988, c. W-4, and providing for the recovery of expenses incurred in their removal or disposal; and

(c) authorizing the superintendent

(i) to close areas to hunting for the purposes of management of the Park Reserve, public safety or the conservation of natural resources,

(ii) to establish limits on the wild animals that may be harvested in any period, or to vary any such limits established by the regulations or under the Wildlife Act, R.S.N.W.T. 1988, c. W-4, for purposes of conservation,

(iii) to prohibit or restrict the use of equipment in the expansion area for the purpose of protecting natural resources, and

(iv) to suspend or revoke an outfitter licence or a guide licence, to the extent that it applies in the expansion area, for failure to comply with this Act or the regulations, the Wildlife Act, R.S.N.W.T. 1988, c. W-4 or the regulations under that Act, or the terms and conditions of the licence.

Creation of park

(9) For the purposes of subsections 5(1) and 6(2), leases, licences of occupation, easements, land use permits and authorizations and water licences relating to public lands in the expansion area are deemed not to encumber or affect title to those lands, but if those lands become part of a park they continue in effect according to their terms and conditions.

Creation of park

(10) After any public lands within the expansion area become a park, this section continues to apply in respect of those lands with any adaptations that may be necessary.

2009, c. 17, s. 7.


National Historic Sites Of Canada

Lands set apart

42. (1) The Governor in Council may set apart any land, the title to which is vested in Her Majesty in right of Canada, as a national historic site of Canada to which this Act applies in order to

(a) commemorate a historic event of national importance; or

(b) preserve a historic landmark, or any object of historic, prehistoric or scientific interest, that is of national importance.

Changes to boundaries

(2) The Governor in Council may make any changes that the Governor in Council considers appropriate in areas set apart under subsection (1).

Application of this Act

(3) The Governor in Council may, by order, extend the application of subsection 8(1), section 11, except as it relates to zoning, and sections 12 and 16 to 32 to national historic sites of Canada.


Repeals

43. to 46. (Repeals)


Consequential Amendments

47. to 56. (Amendments)

57. (Repealed, 2001, c. 34, s. 24. Repeal is deemed to have come into force on February 18, 2001.)

58. to 67. (Amendments)


Conditional Amendments

68. to 70.1 (Amendments)


Coming Into Force

Coming into force

Coming into force

(2) Paragraph 17(1)(b) and the description of Wapusk National Park of Canada in Part 4 of Schedule 1 come into force on a day to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council.

Coming into force

(3) Paragraph 17(1)(c) and the description of Gros Morne National Park of Canada in Part 10 of Schedule 1 come into force on a day to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council.

Coming into force

(4) The description of Aulavik National Park of Canada in Part 12 of Schedule 1 comes into force on a day to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council.

Schedule 1

(Sections 2, 5, 6, 7 and 38)

National Parks Of Canada


PART 1 — BRITISH COLUMBIA

(1) Glacier National Park of Canada

All latitudes and longitudes hereinafter are referred to the North American Datum of 1927; all topographic features hereinafter are according to Edition 1 of Map Compilation and Reproduction map sheet MCR 219 (Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks) compiled from 1:50,000 National Topographic System Maps 82N/3, 82N/4, 82N/5, 82N/6, 82L/16 and 82M/1 and information supplied by Environment Canada Parks; said MCR map sheet produced at a scale of 1:70,000 by the Surveys and Mapping Branch, Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, 1987;

In the Province of British Columbia;

In Kootenay District;

All that parcel of land more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the summit of Mount McNicoll at approximate latitude 51°27′ and approximate longitude 117°35′;

Thence northeasterly along the watershed boundary separating the watershed area of Alder Creek from that of Mountain Creek, to the D.L.S. rock post marked N.P.1 (at the end of the ridge); said post as shown on Plan 43227 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which is filed in the Land Title Office at Nelson as D.F. 23534;

Thence on an approximate bearing of 84°18′18″, a distance of about 8494.6 metres (27,869.4 feet) along the consecutive courses of part of the boundary of Glacier National Park to D.L.S. old pattern iron post marked N.P.4 as shown on said Plan 43227 in said records; said post being at the northerly extremity of Prairie Hills;

Thence southerly, southeasterly, southerly and westerly along the sinuosities of the easterly boundary of the watershed area of Beaver River through the summits of Heather Mountain, Dauntless Mountain, Dawn Mountain and Moonraker Peak to Standard B.C. pipe post #1 at the summit of Copperstain Mountain as shown on Plan 76890 in said records, a copy of which is filed in said office as NEP 21973;

Thence generally westerly along the consecutive courses of part of the boundary of said park to Standard B.C. pipe post #43 at Busstop Ridge as shown on said Plan 76890 in said records;

Thence generally southerly along the consecutive courses of part of the boundary of said park as shown on Plans 76891, 76892, 76893, 76894, 76895 and 76896 respectively in said records, to Standard B.C. pipe post #290 at the summit of Caribou Peak as shown on Plan 76896 in said records, a copy of each of which plan is filed in said office as NEP 21974, NEP 21975, NEP 21976, NEP 21977, NEP 21978 and NEP 21979 respectively;

Thence southerly and westerly along the sinuosities of the boundary of the watershed area of Beaver River and through monuments placed on said boundary at stations 557, 534, 518, 508, 502, 580 and 593, to a Standard B.C. rock post at station 593; said stations as shown on Plan 66542 in said records, a copy of which is filed in said office as B101;

Thence continuing westerly and northerly along the sinuosities of the boundary of the watershed area of Beaver River around the head of said watershed area through the summits of Mount Duncan, Beaver Mountain, Sugarloaf Mountain and Grand Mountain to the summit of Mount Wheeler at approximate latitude 51°06′ and approximate longitude 117°23′;

Thence generally westerly along the sinuosities of the summit of the ridge running through te summits of Mount Kilpatrick, Pristine Mountain and Vestal Mountain to the summit of Purity Mountain at approximate latitude 51°06′ and approximate longitude 117°28′;

Thence continuing generally southerly, westerly and northwesterly along the sinuosities of the summit of the ridge leading to and along Van Horne Névé and through the summits of Findhorn Peak and Mount McBean to the Standard B.C. rock post at the summit of Tomatin Peak; said post as shown on Plan 74513 in said records, a copy of which is filed in said office as F383;

Thence on an approximate bearing of 252°27′00″ along the consecutive courses of part of the boundary of said park to the Standard B.C. rock post at the summit of Hope Peak as shown on said Plan 74513 in said records;

Thence westerly along the summit of the ridge running from Hope Peak to its intersection with the westerly boundary of the watershed area of Incomappleux River; said intersection situated at the summit of Charity Peak at approximate latitude 51°04′ and approximate longitude 117°39′;

Thence westerly and northerly along the sinuosities of the westerly boundary of the watershed area of Incomappleux River running through the summits of Faith Peak, Virtue Mountain, Patience Mountain and Fortitude Mountain to its intersection with the boundary separating the watershed area of Illecillewaet River from that of Incomappleux River; said intersection shown as “Summit 7631 Glacier Park Map 1923, 7641 Glacier Park Map 1934” on Plan 39230 in said records;

Thence on an approximate bearing of 353°24′27″ along the consecutive courses of part of the boundary of said park to the point shown as “Summit 7434 Donald Sheet, 7424 Glacier Park Map 1923” on said Plan 39230 in said records;

Thence generally northerly and northwesterly along the sinuosities of the easterly boundary of the watershed area of Tangier River running through the summits of Fidelity Mountain and Mount Carson to the summit of Sorcerer Mountain at approximate latitude 51°27′ and approximate longitude 117°55′;

Thence generally northeasterly, southeasterly and easterly along the sinuosities of the westerly and northerly boundaries of the watershed area of Mountain Creek running through the summit of Nordic Mountain to the point of commencement;

Said parcel containing about 1349 square kilometres.


(2) Yoho National Park of Canada

All that parcel of land in the Province of British Columbia more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the summit of Neptuak Mountain in approximate latitude 51°18′29″ and approximate longitude 116°15′25″, said summit being on the easterly boundary of the Province of British Columbia;

Thence westerly in a straight line across the valley of Tokumm Creek to the summit of a peak in approximate latitude 51°18′02″ and approximate longitude 116°17′22″;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line across the valley of Misko Creek to the summit of a peak in approximate latitude 51°16′36″ and approximate longitude 116°20′43″;

Thence southerly in a straight line across the valley of Ottertail River to the summit of a peak in approximate latitude 51°14′37″ and approximate longitude 116°21′30″;

Thence southerly in a straight line to the summit of a peak in approximate latitude 51°12′49″ and approximate longitude 116°21′36″;

Thence southerly in a straight line to the summit of a peak on the height of land which divides the watershed area of Kicking Horse River from that of Vermilion River, the last aforesaid summit being in approximate latitude 51°12′10″ and approximate longitude 116°1′27″ as said summits and lines are shown on the Lake Louise and Mount Goodsire map sheets, numbers 82N/8W and 82N/1W respectively, of the National Topographical System, copies of which are of record numbers 51112 and 51113 respectively in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Thence in a general southwesterly direction and following the crest of the spur ridge which divides the watershed of Moose Creek from that of Ice River throughout all its sinuosities to the summit of a peak marked 9687;

Thence in a straight line to a point on the right bank of Ice River opposite the point at which the most southerly tributary shown on said map enters Ice River from the east side;

Thence following said right bank of Ice River downstream to its confluence with Beaverfoot River;

Thence following the right bank of said Beaverfoot River downstream to its intersection with the north boundary of Township twenty-five, Range nineteen West of the fifth Meridian or said boundary produced easterly;

Thence west along said north boundary and the production thereof to the southeast corner of Section four in Township twenty-six, Range nineteen;

Thence north along the east boundary of said Section four to its intersection with the left bank of Kicking Horse River;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction and following throughout the left bank of Kicking Horse River to its intersection with the east boundary of Township twenty-six, Range twenty, West of the fifth Meridian;

Thence north along said east boundary of Township twenty-six to its intersection with the summit of a well defined ridge dividing the watershed of Porcupine Creek from that part of Kicking Horse River which lies west of said east boundary;

Thence in a general northerly direction along the summit of the height of land which forms the westerly boundary of the watershed area of that part of Kicking Horse River which lies upstream from the east boundary of said Township twenty-six, and following all the sinuosities of said height of land to its intersection with the summit of Mount Rhondda which mountain is also a point of the summit of the Rocky Mountains forming the easterly boundary of the Province of British Columbia;

Thence in a general southeasterly direction and following the said summit of the Rocky Mountains throughout all its sinuosities to the point of commencement;

Said parcel containing an area of approximately 131 312.0685 hectares.


(3) Mount Revelstoke National Park of Canada

In British Columbia;

In Kootenay District;

In the former Railway Belt;

That parcel of land more particularly described as follows:

Firstly,

In accordance with a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa under number 43402, a copy of which has been filed in the Land Title Office at Kamloops under number D.F. 23953:

Commencing at the northwest corner of Legal Subdivision 8, Section 34, Township 23, Range 2, West of the 6th Meridian;

Thence easterly following the northerly boundaries of the south halves of Sections 34, 35 and 36 in said Township 23 and Section 31, Township 23, Range 1, West of the 6th Meridian, to the northeast corner of the south half of said Section 31;

Thence northerly following the east boundaries of said Section 31 and Section 6, in Township 24, in said Range 1, to the northwest corner of Section 5, in said Township 24;

Thence easterly following the north boundaries of Sections 5, 4 and 3 in said Township 24, to the northeast corner of said Section 3;

claThence northerly following the west boundary of Section 11, in said Township 24 to the northwest corner of said Section 11;

Thence easterly following the north boundary of said Section 11 to the northeast corner of said Section;

Secondly,

In accordance with Plan of Lot 3643, recorded under number 63656 in said Records, being a copy of the Official Plan confirmed under Section 63, Land Act, at Victoria, B.C., November 30, 1977 and numbered as F.B. 18077:

Continuing from the northeast corner of said Section 11;

Thence easterly following the northerly boundaries of Legal Subdivisions 13, 14, 15 and 16 of Section 12 in said Township 24, to the northeast corner of said Section 12;

Thence easterly along said north boundary of Legal Subdivision 16 and its easterly production to its intersection with the right bank of Clachnacudainn Creek;

Thirdly,

In accordance with said Plan 43402 in said Records:

Continuing from said intersection;

Thence southerly following the right bank of said Clachnacudainn Creek to the right bank of Illecillewaet River;

Thence northeasterly following the right bank of Illecillewaet River to the right bank of Woolsey Creek, formerly Silver Creek;

Thence northwesterly following the right bank of Woolsey Creek to the right bank of Maunder Creek;

Thence westerly and southwesterly following the right bank of Maunder Creek and its southwesterly production to the easterly limit of the watershed of La Forme Creek;

Thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of the watershed of La Forme Creek to and along the southerly limit of the watershed of Martha Creek to the north boundary of Section 13, Township 25, Range 2, West of the 6th Meridian;

Thence westerly following the north boundary of said Section 13 to its northwest corner;

Thence southerly following the west boundaries of Sections 13, 12 and 1 in said Township 25 and Section 36, 25 and 24, Township 24, in said Range 2 to the southwest corner of said Section 24;

Thence westerly following the north boundary of Section 14 in said Township 24 to the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of said Section 14;

Thence southerly following the west boundary of said northeast quarter Section to the southwest corner of said northeast quarter of said Section 14;

Fourthly,

In accordance with Plans 63417 and 67619 in said Records:

Continuing from the southwest corner of said northeast quarter of Section 14;

Thence on a bearing S45°13′10″W a distance of 1,149.83 metres to the southwest corner of said Section 14;

Thence on a bearing S45°13′50″W a distance of 1,148.94 metres to the southeast corner of Legal Subdivision 11 of Section 10, in said Township 24;

Thence on a bearing S45°23′30″W a distance of 575.98 metres to the northwest corner of Legal Subdivision 3 of said Section 10;

Fifthly,

In accordance with Plan 29235 in said records, being a copy of the plan of the southeast quarter Township 24, Range 2, West of the 6th Meridian:

Continuing from the northwest corner of said Legal Subdivision 3 of Section 10;

Thence southerly following the west boundary of said Legal Subdivision 3, and the west boundary of Legal Subdivision 14 of Section 3, to a point on said west boundary of Legal Subdivision 14 being the southeast corner of the north half of Legal Subdivision 13 of Section 3;

Thence on a bearing of 27°01′20″ following the southerly boundary of said north half of Legal Subdivision 13, for a distance of about 254.69 metres to the northeast corner of Parcel A as shown on Plan 63325 in said records, a copy of which is deposited under number 10887 in said office;

Thence on a bearing of 200°58′45″ following the easterly boundary of said Parcel A, for a distance of about 51.55 metres to a point of deflection on said easterly boundary;

Thence on a bearing of 192°17′15″ following the easterly boundary of said Parcel A, for a distance of about 133.06 metres to a point of deflection on said easterly boundary;

Thence on a bearing of 203°48′30″ following the easterly boundary of said Parcel A, for a distance of about 137.24 metres to a point of deflection on said easterly boundary;

Thence on a bearing of 183°40′25″ following the easterly boundary of said Parcel A, for a distance of about 101.03 metres to a point of deflection on said easterly boundary;

Thence on a bearing of 179°50′40″ following the easterly boundary of said Parcel A, for a distance of about 101.40 metres to the southeast corner of said Parcel A, being a point on the southerly boundary of the north half of the south half of Legal Subdivision 12 of Section 3 as shown on said Plan 63325;

Thence on a bearing of 90°09′55″ following said southerly boundary of the north half of the south half of Legal Subdivision 12, for a distance of about 151.63 metres to a point on said southerly boundary being the northwest corner of the south half of the southeast quarter of said Legal Subdivision 12;

Thence on a bearing of 181°13′30″ following the westerly boundary of said south half of the southeast quarter of Legal Subdivision 12, for a distance of about 101.47 metres to the southwest corner of said south half of the southeast quarter of Legal Subdivision 12, as shown on Plan 41266 in said records, a copy of which is deposited under number DF20351 in said office;

Thence on a bearing of 90°12′30″ following the southerly boundary of said south half of the southeast quarter of Legal Subdivision 12, for a distance of about 33.63 metres, as shown on said Plan 41266, to a point being the northwest corner of part of the southwest quarter of Section 3 as shown on Plan 41269 in said records, a copy of which is deposited under number DF20353 in said office;

Thence on a bearing of 180°00′00″ following the westerly boundary of said part of the southwest quarter of Section 3, for a distance of about 204.95 metres to the southwest corner of said part of the southwest quarter of Section 3, as shown on said Plan 41269;

Thence on a bearing of 89°58′00″ following the southerly boundary of said part of the southwest quarter of Section 3, for a distance of about 162.31 metres to a point on said southerly boundary as shown on Plan 43402 in said records, a copy of which is deposited under number DF23953 in said office;

Thence on a bearing of 177°40′00″, for a distance of about 604.02 metres to the southeasterly corner of Legal Subdivision 4 of Section 3, as shown on said Plan 43402;

Thence on a bearing of 270°04′00″ following the southerly boundary of Legal Subdivision 4, for a distance of about 151.24 metres to the northeasterly corner of Parcel B as shown on Plan 63326 in said records, a copy of which is deposited under number 10888 in said office;

Thence on a bearing of 169°30′10″ following the easterly boundary of said Parcel B, for a distance of about 128.02 metres, to a point of deflection in said easterly boundary;

Thence on a bearing of 111°20′00″ following the easterly boundary of said Parcel B, for a distance of about 124.97 metres to a point of deflection in said eastery boundary;

Thence on a bearing of 190°55′20″ following the easterly boundary of said Parcel B, for a distance of about 30.48 metres to the southeasterly corner of said Parcel B, said point being on a curve of radius 695.25 metres as shown on said Plan 63326;

Thence southeasterly following said curve of radius 695.25 metres, to the right, a distance along the curve of about 100.88 metres to a point on the curve as shown on said Plan 63326;

Thence continuing southeasterly following said curve of radius 695.25 metres, to the right, a distance along the curve of about 128.29 metres to the tangential end of curve as shown on Plan 43405 in said records;

Thence on a bearing of 133°36′30″, for a distance of about 397.85 metres as shown on said plan 43405, to the most northerly corner of Lot 100, as shown on Plan 765 deposited in said office, a copy of which is recorded as Plan 43208 in said records;

Thence on a bearing of 223°36′30″ following the northwesterly boundary of said Lot 100, for a distance of about 70.71 metres to the most westerly corner of said Lot 100, as shown on said Plan 43405;

Thence on a bearing of 133°36′30″ following the southwesterly boundary of said Lot 100 and the southwesterly boundary of Lot 99 on said Plan 43208, for a distance of about 99.06 metres to a point on said southwesterly boundary of Lot 99 being the most northerly corner of Lot 102 on said Plan 43208, as shown on said Plan 43405;

Thence on a bearing of 223°36′30″ following the northwesterly boundary of said Lot 102, for a distance of about 11.01 metres to the most northerly corner of Parcel A as shown on Plan 67155 in said records, a copy of which is deposited as Plan P24400 in said office;

Thence on a bearing of 132°01′50″ following the northeasterly boundary of said Parcel A to its intersection with the westerly production of the northerly boundaries of Lots 86 and 87 on said Plan 43208;

Thence easterly on the westerly production of the northerly boundaries of said Lots 86 and 87 to the most westerly corner of said Lot 86;

Thence southeasterly following the southwesterly boundaries of said Lots 86 and 87 as shown on said Plan 43208 to the most southerly corner of said Lot 87;

Thence northeasterly following the southeasterly boundary of said Lot 87 to the most easterly corner of Lot 87, said corner being on the northerly boundary of Lot 88 on said Plan 43208;

Thence on a bearing of 99°30′00″ following the northerly boundary of said Lot 88, for a distance of about 9.94 metres to the northeasterly corner of said Lot 88, being a point on the easterly boundary of Legal Subdivision 7 of Section 34, Township 23, Range 2, West of the 6th Meridian as shown on Plan 43015 in said records;

Thence on a bearing of 0°35′00″ following the easterly boundary of said Legal Subdivision 7, for a distance of about 136.12 metres, as shown on said Plan 43015, to the northeast corner of said Legal Subdivision 7, being the point of commencement.


(4) Kootenay National Park of Canada

All that parcel of land in the Province of British Columbia more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the summit of Neptuak Mountain in approximate latitude 51°18′29″ and approximate longitude 116°15′25″, said summit being on the easterly boundary of the Province of British Columbia;

Thence southerly along the said Interprovincial boundary to monument numbered 14-C;

Thence in a general south-southeasterly direction along the height of land which divides the watershed area of Simpson River and Verdant Creek to the summit of Monarch Mounain;

Thence in a general southerly direction and following the sinuosities of the above described height of land to an outlying peak of Monarch Mountain distant approximately 1.609 kilometres from the summit of said Mountain;

Thence westerly along a sharply defined ridge an estimated distance of 502.92 metres to a stone cairn;

Thence in a straight line across the valley of Verdant Creek a distance of 2187.762 metres more or less on a bearing of 199°06′ to a stone cairn;

Thence in a general southwesterly direction along the line of local watershed to the summit of Mount Shanks on Hawk Ridge;

Thence in a general southeasterly direction along the crest of Hawk Ridge to a stone cairn;

Thence in a straight line a distance of 1214.793 metres more or less on a bearing of 191°20′ to a stone cairn on the right bank of Simpson River;

Thence in a straight line a distance of 1575.407 metres more or less on a bearing of 160°35′ to a stone cairn;

Thence southerly along a sharply defined line of watershed division to a camera station marked 8032 on the map of Kootenay Park, which camera station is on the point of a long ridge leading northwesterly from Octopus Mountain;

Thence in a straight line across the valley of Lachine Creek on a bearing of 229°34′ to a stone cairn, said cairn being about 891.174 metres west of Lachine Creek measured along said straight line;

Thence in a general southwesterly direction along a well-defined line of watershed division to intersect the crest of Mitchell Range;

Thence in a general southerly direction along the crest of Mitchell Range to its intersection with the production of a straight line as the same is surveyed part way across the valley of Daer Creek, said straight line being marked on the ground by three stone cairns and having a southerly bearing of 150°14′;

Thence in a straight line across the valley of Daer Creek on said bearing of 150°14′ and on said line produced to its intersection with the crest of Mitchell Range;

Thence in a general south-southeasterly direction along the crest of Mitchell Range and following always that ridge of said Range from which there is direct westerly drainage into Kootenay River to a point on the north boundary of Group Lot 12064, said point being distant 629.857 metres more or less west from the northeast corner of said Lot;

Thence easterly along the north boundary of said Lot to the northeast corner thereof;

Thence southerly along the east boundaries of Group Lots 12064, 12062 and 12061 to the southeast corner of said Lot 12061;

Thence westerly and following the south boundary of said Lot 12061 and said south boundary produced to the left, or easterly, bank of Kootenay River;

Thence southerly along the easterly bank of Kootenay River to its intersection with the north boundary of the south half of Group Lot 11837 produced easterly across Kootenay River;

Thence westerly in a straight line to the easterly extremity of the north boundary of the south half of Group Lot 11837;

Thence continuing westerly in the same straight line and following the north boundaries of the south halves of Group Lots 11837 and 11838 respectively to the west boundary of said Lot 11838;

Thence southerly along said west boundary of Group Lot 11838 319.877 metres more or less to an iron bar in an earth mound;

Thence in a general westerly direction along a well-defined line of local watershed to a peak on the crest of Stanford Range, said peak being marked 8609 on the map of Kootenay Park;

Thence southwesterly across the summit ofimpton Pass along the line of watershed between Kimpton and Shuswap Creek to a camera station marked 8335 on the map of Kootenay Park;

Thence southerly and westerly along the line of watershed between Stoddart and Shuswap Creeks to a wooden post in an earth mound planted at the intersection of said line of watershed with the north boundary of District Lot numbered 4596;

Thence west along the north boundary of said Lot 4596 to a stone cairn built at its intersection with the east boundary of Group Lot 9248, said point of intersection being distant 284.673 metres more or less north from the southeast corner of said Lot 9248;

Thence northerly along the east boundary of said Lot 9248 to the northeast corner of said Lot;

Thence westerly along the north boundary of said Lot 9248 to the southeast corner of Group Lot 8996;

Thence northerly along the east boundary of said Lot 8996 to the northeast corner of said Lot;

Thence westerly along the north boundary of said Lot 8996 to the northwest corner of said Lot;

Thence westerly along the north boundary of Group Lot 8208 to the southeast corner of Group Lot 8207;

Thence northerly along the east boundary of said Lot 8207 to the southwest corner of Group Lot 10114;

Thence easterly along the south boundary of said Lot 10114 to the southeast corner of said Lot;

Thence northerly along the east boundary of said Lot 10114 to the northwest corner of said Lot;

Thence westerly along the north boundary of said Lot 10114 to the northwest corner of said Lot, which point is also the southeast corner of Group Lot 9010;

Thence northerly along the east boundaries of Group Lots 9010 and 9560 to the northeast corner of said Lot 9560;

Thence westerly along the north boundary of said Lot 9560 to the northwest corner of said Lot, which point is also a point on the south boundary of Group Lot 9011;

Thence continuing westerly along the south boundary of said Lot 9011 to the southwest corner of said Lot;

Thence northerly along the west boundary of said Lot 9011 and said west boundary produced to its intersection with the south boundary of Group Lot 10112;

Thence easterly along the south boundary of said Lot 10112 to the southeast corner of said Lot;

Thence northerly along the east boundary of said Lot 10112 to the southwest corner of Group Lot 9577;

Thence easterly along the south boundary of said Lot 9577 to the southeast corner of said Lot;

Thence northerly along the east boundary of said Lot 9577 to the northeast corner of said Lot, which corner is a point on the south boundary of Group Lot 10720;

Thence easterly along the south boundary of said Lot 10720 to the southeast corner of said Lot;

Thence northerly along the east boundary of said Lot 10720 to the northeast corner of said Lot;

Thence westerly along the north boundary of said Lot 10720 to the northwest corner of said Lot, which corner is a point on the east boundary of Group Lot 9042;

Thence northerly along the east boundaries of Group Lots 9042 and 9043 to the northeast corner of said Lot 9043;

Thence westerly along the north boundary of said Lots 9043 to a point which is the southeast corner of Group Lot 9044;

Thence northerly 640.921 metres more or less to the northerly extremity of the most easterly boundary of said Lot 9044;

Thence westerly along the boundary of said Lot 9044 to the interior corner of said Lot;

Thence northerly along the boundary of said Lot 9044 to the easterl extremity of the most northerly boundary of said Lot 9044;

Thence in a general northeasterly direction and following the line of local watershed to a camera station marked 8170 on the map of Kootenay Park;

Thence in a general east-northeasterly direction and following the height of land which divides the watershed areas of Sinclair and Kindersley Creeks to a camera station marked 8807 on the map of Kootenay Park, which camera station is a point on the crest of the Brisco Range;

Thence in a general north-northwesterly direction and following the crest of said Brisco Range to a camera station marked 8640 on the map of Kootenay Park;

Thence northerly and easterly along a well-defined ridge forming the southerly confine of the Boyce Creek watershed area to the point of intersection of said ridge with the southerly production of a straight line having a bearing of 218°49′ more or less from a stone cairn erected at a point on the west boundary of Group Lot 12053 distant 743.094 metres more or less south from the northwest corner of said Lot to a stone cairn distant 1102.22 metres more or less on said bearing from the first above mentioned cairn;

Thence in a straight line to said stone cairn on the west boundary of said Lot 12053;

Thence northerly along the west boundaries of Group Lots 12053 and 11165 to a point on the west boundary of said Lot 11165 which is also the southwest corner of Group 11187;

Thence easterly along the south boundary of said Lot 11187 to the southeast corner of said Lot;

Thence northerly along the east boundaries of Group Lots 11187, 11659 and 11390 to the northeast corner of said Lot 11390, which said corner is a point on the south boundary of Group Lot 11389;

Thence easterly along the south boundary of said Lot 11389 to the southeast corner of said Lot;

Thence northerly along the east boundary of said Lot 11389 to the northeast corner of said Lot;

Thence in a straight line on an approximate bearing of 33°01′ to a stone cairn on the north side of Whitetail Creek 746.132 metres more or less from said northeast corner of Lot 11389;

Thence continuing in the same straight line to intersect the crest of the height of land between the right and left forks of Whitetail Creek;

Thence in a general northeasterly direction and following along the crest of the above described height of land to the summit of Mount Verendrye which is a peak of Vermilion Range;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction along the crest of the Vermilion Range to the summit of a peak on the height of land which divides the watershed area of Kicking Horse River from that of Vermilion River, at approximate latitude 51°12′10″ and longitude 116°21′27″, the last aforementioned summit, and all summits hereinafter, being on the southeasterly boundary of Yoho National Park and being shown on map sheets 82N/8W and 82N/1W of the National Topographical System, copies of which are of record numbers 51112 and 51113 respectively in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Thence northerly in a straight line to the summit of a peak at approximate latitude 51°12′49″ and longitude 116°21′36″;

Thence northerly in a straight line to the summit of a peak at approximate latitude 51°14′37″ and longitude 116°21′30″;

Thence northerly in a straight line across the Valley of Ottertail River to the summit of a peak at an approximate latitude 51°16′36″ and longitude 116°20′43″;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line across the Valley of Misko Creek to the summit of a peak at an approximate latitude 51°18′02″ and longitude 116°17′22″;

hence easterly in a straight line across the Valley of Tokumm Creek to the summit of Neptuak Mountain in approximate latitude 51°18′29″ and longitude 116°15′25″, the last aforesaid summit being the point of commencement.

The said parcel comprising an area of 140 636 hectares.


PART 2 — ALBERTA

(1) Banff National Park of Canada

All and singular that certain parcel or tract of land situate, lying and being in the Province of Alberta and being more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the point of junction of the Interprovincial Boundary between Alberta and British Columbia and the height of land that divides the watershed area of Spray River from that of Kananaskis River which said point occurs on Mount Sir Douglas in latitude 50°43′, and longitude 115°20′;

Thence in a general northerly direction and following throughout the said height of land to Mount Birdwood;

Thence continuing northerly along the height of land between the valley of Spray River and the valley of Smuts Creek through Mount Smuts and Mount Shark to a stone cairn on the summit of an isolated hill in latitude 50°51′30″, and longitude 115°25′, as said cairn is shown on Plan 42979 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Thence on an astronomic bearing of 332°14′ to a point on the natural contour at elevation of 1707 metres above sea level, as said contour is shown on said plan;

Thence southwesterly following the said natural contour a distance of 2408 metres, more or less, to its intersection with the right bank of the Spray River;

Thence across Spray River and northerly following the said natural contour a distance 1100 metres, more or less, to its intersection with the right bank of Bryant Creek;

Thence across Bryant Creek and northeasterly following the said natural contour a distance of 4900 metres approximately, to its intersection with a line having a bearing designated 9°48′ and passing through a standards survey post numbered 3 and stone mound, as said line and post are shown on said plan;

Thence northerly along said line a distance of 2988.17 metres to a standard survey post numbered 4, cairn and park standard, situated northerly from the right bank of Spray River, as the last aforesaid post is shown on said plan;

Thence easterly and southerly, at a constant distance from and following the sinuosities of the right bank of Spray River, a distance of 1400 metres approximately, to a point on a line having a bearing designated 279°14′ and passing through a cairn and park standard on the left canyon bank of Spray River, as the last aforesaid line cairn and standard are shown on said plan;

Thence easterly along the last aforesaid line to the most easterly cairn thereon, located on the crest of a sharply defined ridge of Mount Nestor, as the last aforesaid cairn is shown on said plan;

Thence northerly and following said crest to Mount Nestor;

Thence northerly and northwesterly following the crest of Goat Range to its intersection with a line having a bearing designated 197°24.5′ from the southernmost summit of Mount Rundle in latitude 51°04′50″ and longitude 115°25′15″, as the last aforesaid line is shown on Plan 42980 in said records;

Thence northerly along the last aforesaid line a distance of 6366.4 metres, more or less, to said southernmost summit which is on the height of land that divides the watershed area of Spray River from that of Bow River;

Thence northwesterly following the height of land that divides the watershed area of Spray River from that ofow River to the summit of Mount Rundle in latitude 51°07′20″ and longitude 115°28′;

Thence toward the summit of Mount Charles Stewart on a line having a bearing designated 69°48.8′ to a standard post and stone mound on the south boundary of the northeast quarter of section 14 in township 25, range 11, west of the 5th Meridian, as the last aforesaid line and post are shown on Plan 38147 in said records;

Thence easterly along the south boundary of said quarter and the south boundaries of the northwest and northeast quarters of section 13, in said township, to a point on the east boundary of said section 13;

Thence northerly along said east boundary to a standard post, pits and mound on the last aforesaid line and 7.93 metres, more or less, south of the northeast corner of said section 13;

Thence northeasterly along the last aforesaid line to the summit of Mount Charles Stewart;

Thence northeasterly following the height of land which bounds the watershed area of Carrot Creek to the point at which it becomes the height of land that divides the watershed area of Lake Minnewanka from that of the South Fork of Ghost River;

Thence continuing along the last aforesaid height of land through Orient Point to a cairn in latitude 51°15′53″ and longitude 115°09′50″ as the last aforesaid cairn is shown on Plan 39223 in said records;

Thence northwesterly on a line having a bearing designated 347°37.8′ to Devil’s Fang Mountain on the height of land that forms part of the southerly limit of the watershed area of Ghost River, as the last aforesaid line is shown on the last aforesaid plan;

Thence westerly and northerly along the last aforesaid height of land through all its sinuosities to Mount Oliver;

Thence northerly along the height of land that forms the easterly limit of the watershed area of Dormer River to its intersection with a line having a bearing designated 135°00.7′ from a cairn and park standard on the apparent summit of Dormer Mountain, as the last aforesaid line, cairn and standard are shown on Plan 39225 in said records;

Thence northwesterly along the last aforesaid line a distance of 6612.94 metres, more or less, to the last aforesaid cairn on said Dormer Mountain;

Thence in a straight line to an auxiliary cairn near the summit of Dormer Mountain, as said auxiliary cairn is shown on Plan 39226 in said records;

Thence on a line having a bearing designated 326°05′ from said auxiliary cairn, to a cairn on Barrier Mountain, as the last aforesaid line and cairn are shown on the last aforesaid plan;

Thence northwesterly along a well defined height of land to a cairn and park standard on the summit of Warden Rock, as the last aforesaid cairn and standard are shown on Plan 39227 in said records;

Thence along a line having a bearing designated as 289°13.1′ a distance of 2728.7 metres, more or less, to a cairn and park standard, as the last aforesaid cairn and standard are shown on the last aforesaid plan;

Thence continuing westerly along the last aforesaid line to the summit of a mountain in latitude 51°42.5′ and longitude 115°44′, said line being shown on said Plan 39227;

Thence northwesterly following the height of land that forms the easterly and northerly limit of the watershed of Tyrrell Creek, the northerly limit of the watershed of Divide Creek and the easterly limit of the watershed of Peters Creek to the summit of Condor Peak;

Thence northerly along a well defined ridge to the junction of a creek with Peters Creek in latitude 51°49′ and longitude 115°57′;

Thence northerly along the right bank of Peters Creek to its confluence with Clerwater River;

Thence crossing Clearwater River to its left bank and following the said bank upstream to its intersection with a line having a bearing designated 329°23′ and passing through a cairn and park standard in latitude 51°50′48.2″ and longitude 115°59′00.8″, as the last aforesaid line, cairn and standard are shown on Plan 39228 in said records;

Thence northwesterly along the last aforesaid line to the last aforesaid cairn;

Thence continuing approximately on the last aforesaid bearing along a line to a camera station numbered 265A, said station being a point on the height of land forming the easterly limit of the watershed area of Indianhead Creek, as said station and the last aforesaid line are shown on the last aforesaid plan;

Thence northwesterly along the last aforesaid height of land to its junction with the height of land between the watershed area of Clearwater River and the watershed areas of Ram and Siffleur Rivers;

Thence southwesterly along the last aforesaid height of land to the summit of Mount Kentigern;

Thence northwesterly along a sharply defined ridge between Siffleur River and one of its tributaries through a camera station numbered 300 to its intersection with a line having a bearing designated 261°18.7′ and passing through a cairn and park standard on the east side of Siffleur River, as the last aforesaid station, line, cairn and standard are shown on Plan 39229 in said records;

Thence westerly along the last aforesaid line to a camera station numbered 305, as the last aforesaid station is shown on the last aforesaid plan;

Thence westerly following a high rocky height of land through camera stations 306, 303 and 304 to camera station 308, the last aforesaid station being on the height of land forming the easterly limit of the watershed area of Mistaya River;

Thence northwesterly along the last aforesaid height of land to camera station 425 situate at the junction to the last aforesaid height of land with the height of land enclosing the watershed area of Murchison Creek;

Thence following the last aforesaid height of land through camera stations 426, 422, 421 and 420 and along the crest of a precipitous rock escarpment to a point on a line having a bearing designated 334°57′30″ and passing through a cairn and park standard in latitude 51°59′21.8″ and longitude 116°39′35.4″, as the last aforesaid line, cairn and park standard are shown on Plan 39224 in said records, and as said stations 306, 303, 304, 308, 425, 426, 422, 421 and 420 are shown on a map of Banff Park certified by A.O. Gorman for B.W. Waugh, Surveyor General of Dominion Lands, on February 9, 1949, and of record number 40427 in said records;

Thence along said line having a bearing of 334°57′30″ a distance of 2878.5 metres, more or less, to a cairn and park standard on the height of land forming the easterly limit of the watershed of Owen Creek, as the last aforesaid line, cairn and standard are shown on the last aforesaid plan;

Thence northerly following the last aforesaid height of land to its junction with the height of land forming the easterly limit of the watershed of North Saskatchewan River;

Thence northwesterly along the last aforesaid height of land to its junction with the heights of land between the headwaters of the Brazeau River and Cline River and between the Cline River and North Saskatchewan River, said junction being in the vicinity of Cataract Pass;

Thence southwesterly and northwesterly and continuing along the height of land forming the easterly limit of the watershed area of the North Saskatchewan River to a stone cairn erected by H.F. Lambert, Dominion Land Surveyor, in 1935, at the summit of Nigel Pass, as the last aforesaid cairns shown on Plan 39221 in said records;

Thence westerly, southeasterly and southwesterly along the height of land between the watershed areas of North Saskatchewan and Athabasca Rivers to a cairn and park standard marking the northeasterly extremity of a line having a bearing designated as 58°42.2′, as the last aforesaid line, cairn and standard are shown on Plan 39222 in said records, the last aforesaid cairn and standard being on a well defined ridge overlooking Sunwapta Pass;

Thence southwesterly along the last aforesaid line a distance of 1130.7 metres, more or less, to a cairn and park standard, as the last aforesaid cairn and standard are shown on the last aforesaid plan;

Thence southwesterly along a line having a bearing designated as 218°48′ a distance of 654.5 metres, more or less, to a cairn and park standard, as the last aforesaid line, cairn and standard are shown on the last aforesaid plan;

Thence southwesterly along a line having a bearing designated as 235°06′ a distance of 813.2 metres, more or less, to a cairn and park standard, as the last aforesaid line, cairn and standard are shown on the last aforesaid Plan 39222, the last aforesaid cairn and standard being on a well defined ridge of said height of land between the watershed areas of North Saskatchewan and Athabasca Rivers on the westerly side of Sunwapta Pass;

Thence continuing southwesterly and northwesterly along the last aforesaid height of land to the Snow Dome being a point on the Interprovincial Boundary between Alberta and British Columbia;

Thence southerly following the Interprovincial Boundary to the point of commencement;

Said parcel containing an area of approximately 6641 square kilometres, the boundaries herein described being shown on said map 40427 in said records.


(2) Waterton Lakes National Park of Canada

In the Province of Alberta, all those parcels of land more particularly described under Firstly and Secondly, as follows:

Firstly, commencing at the northeast corner of Blood Indian Reserve 148A (formerly Blood Indian Reserve Timber Limit A) according to plan no. 4513 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which has been deposited in the Land Titles Office for the South Alberta Land Registration District at Calgary under no. 1714 H.I., said corner being at the intersection of the northerly boundary of section 28, township 1, range 28, west of the 4th Meridian and the left bank of Belly River according to said plan;

Thence easterly along the northerly boundaries of sections 28 and 27, including the road allowance, in said township to the northeast corner of said section 27;

Thence southerly along the easterly boundaries of sections 27, 22, 15, 10 and 3, including the road allowances, in said township to the International boundary between Canada and the United States;

Thence westerly along said International boundary to its intersection with the Interprovincial boundary between Alberta and British Columbia;

Thence northerly along said Interprovincial boundary to its intersection with the height of land known as Avion Ridge which separates the waters flowing into Bauerman Brook from the waters flowing into Castle River according to the map of Waterton Lakes Park filed in said office under no. 7673 Book E.X. Folio 203, a copy of which has been recorded in said Records under no. 40398;

Thence generally easterly along said Avion Ridge, on which are located Newman Peak and Mount Glendowan, to its intersection with Cloudy Ridge according to said map;

Thence generally northeasterly along said Cloudy Ridge to the headwaters of an unnamed small creek that flows into Yarrow Ceek immediately west of Yarrow Cabin according to said map;

Thence generally northerly along the right banks of said creeks to the easterly boundary of section 16, township 3, range 30, west of the 4th Meridian;

Thence southerly along the easterly boundary of said section 16 and across the road allowance to the northeast corner of section 9, in said township 3;

Thence easterly across the road allowance and along the northerly boundary of section 10, in said township 3, to the northeast corner of said section 10;

Thence southerly along the easterly boundary of said section 10 to its southeast corner;

Thence easterly across the road allowance and along the northerly boundary of section 2 in said township 3 to the northeast corner of the northwest quarter of said section 2;

Thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the west half of said section 2 to the southeast corner of said west half;

Thence on a bearing of 180°07′, a distance of 20.117 metres to a standard post on the northerly boundary of section 34, township 2, in said range 30;

Thence easterly along the northerly boundaries of sections 34, 35 and 36, including the road allowances, to the northeast corner of said section 36, in said township 2;

Thence southerly along the easterly boundaries of sections 36, 25 and 24, including the road allowance, to the southeast corner of section 24, in said township 2;

Thence easterly along the northerly boundaries of sections 18, 17 and 16, including the road allowances, to the northeast corner of section 16, township 2, range 29;

Thence southerly along the easterly boundaries of sections 16, 9 and 4, including the road allowance, to the southeast corner of section 4, township 2, range 29;

Thence southerly across the road allowance to the northeast corner of section 33, township 1, in said range 29;

Thence easterly across the road allowance and along the northerly boundary of section 34, in said township 1, to its northeast corner;

Thence southerly along the easterly boundary of said section 34 to its southeast corner;

Thence easterly along the northerly boundaries of sections 26 and 25, including the road allowances, to the northeast corner of said section 25 in said township 1;

Thence easterly across the road allowance and along the northerly boundary of section 30, township 1, range 28, to the northwest corner of said Indian Reserve;

Thence southerly along the westerly boundary of said Indian Reserve to its southwest corner;

Thence easterly along the southerly boundary of said Indian Reserve to its southeast corner, said corner being at the intersection of said limit and the left bank of said Belly River according to said plan no. 4513;

Thence generally northerly along said left bank, according to said plan no. 4513 in said Records and to plan 55466 in said Records, a copy of which is registered as 6508 J.K. in said Office, to the point of commencement; as said parcel is shown on plan 50467 in said Records, a copy of which has been deposited under no. 171 J.K. in said Office;

Secondly, the whole of Parcel X and that part of Chief Mountain Highway right-of-way lying within the limits of said Indian Reserve according to plan RD 3817 in said Records, a copy of which has been filed under no. 2184 G.U. in said Office;

Said parcels containing together about 505 square kilometres (195 square miles).


(3) Jasper National Park of Canada

All and singular that certain parcel or tract of land situate, lying and being i the Province of Alberta and being more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the Snow Dome, being a point at the intersection of the Interprovincial Boundary between Alberta and British Columbia and the height of land between the watershed areas of the North Saskatchewan and Athabasca Rivers, in latitude 52°11′ and longitude 117°19′;

Thence southeasterly and northeasterly along said height of land to a cairn and park standard being on a well defined ridge on the westerly side of Sunwapta Pass and marking the southwesterly extremity of a line having a bearing designated as 235°06′ as said line, cairn and standard are shown on a plan by H.F. Lambert, Dominion Land Surveyor, dated 1935 and of record number 39222 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Thence northeasterly along said line a distance of 813.2 metres, more or less, to a cairn and park standard, as the last aforesaid cairn and standard are shown on said plan;

Thence northeasterly along a line having a bearing designated as 218°48′ a distance of 654.05 metres, more or less, to a cairn and park standard, as the last aforesaid line, cairn and standard are shown on said plan;

Thence northeasterly along a line having a bearing designated as 58°42.2′ a distance of 1130.7 metres, more or less, to a cairn and park standard, as the last aforesaid line, cairn and standard are shown on said plan, the last aforesaid cairn and standard being on a well defined ridge of said height of land between the watershed areas of the North Saskatchewan and Athabasca Rivers, overlooking Sunwapta Pass;

Thence continuing northeasterly, northwesterly and easterly along said height of land to a stone cairn erected by H.F. Lambert, D.L.S., in 1935 at the summit of Nigel Pass, as the last aforesaid cairn is shown on a plan of record number 39221 in said Records;

Thence southeasterly and northeasterly along the height of land forming the easterly limit of the watershed area of the North Saskatchewan River to the junction of the last aforesaid height of land with the heights of land between the headwaters of the Brazeau River and Cline River and between the Cline River and North Saskatchewan River, said junction being in the vicinity of Cataract Pass;

Thence northerly along the height of land forming the easterly limit of the watershed area of the headwaters of the Brazeau River to a point distant 0.8 kilometre from the most easterly branch of the Brazeau River, said distance being measured at right angles to the general direction of said branch;

Thence in a general northeasterly direction and following a line drawn parallel to and being distant 0.8 kilometre in a perpendicular direction from the most easterly branch of the Brazeau River to the point at which the last aforesaid line intersects a straight line drawn on an azimuth of 135° from a point on the right bank of the Brazeau River immediately opposite the junction of the left bank of the stream which flows from Brazeau Lake with the left bank of the Brazeau River;

Thence northwesterly along the last aforesaid straight line to the last aforesaid point;

Thence in a general northeasterly direction and following the right bank of the Brazeau River to a point opposite the junction of the left bank of the Southesk River with the left bank of the Brazeau River;

Thence in a straight line across the Brazeau River to the last aforesaid junction;

Thence in a general southwesterly direction following the left bank of the Southesk River to the mouth of an unnamed creek flowing from Mount Dalhousie and joining the Southesk River at approximate latitude 52°39′ and longitude 116°54′;

Thence northwesterly across the Southesk River and along the crest of a well definedidge to the summit of Saracen Head, which is a prominent landmark in latitude 52°41′ and longitude 116°56′;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction following the height of land forming the easterly limit of the watershed areas of the Cairn and Rocky Rivers to its junction with the height of land which enclosed the watershed area of Fiddle River;

Thence northeasterly and northwesterly following the last aforesaid height of land to the summit of Roche à Perdrix in latitude 53°13′ and longitude 117°48′;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction following a sharply defined ridge to a standard post, pits and mound marking the easterly extremity of a part of the boundary of Jasper Park, said part being surveyed by K.F. McCusker, D.L.S., in 1931, according to plan 38673 in said records;

Thence on a bearing of 281°58′ along the last aforesaid part of the boundary a distance of 2623.9 metres, more or less, to a stone mound on a rock point through which the Canadian National Railway passes in a tunnel, as said stone mound is shown on the last aforesaid plan;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction following the edge of a sharply defined escarpment to Ogre Canyon and continuing across the said canyon along an escarpment to Boule Roche which is a peak at the southeasterly extremity of Boule Range in latitude 53°17′ and longitude 117°54′;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction following the height of land which forms the northeasterly limit of the watershed areas of Ogre and Moosehorn Creeks along the Boule Range to the summit of Mount Kephala, which is a peak at the northwesterly extremity to Boule Range;

Thence in a general westerly direction following the height of land which forms the northerly limit of the watershed area of Moosehorn Creek to a standard post and stone mound marking the northeasterly extremity of a part of the northerly boundary of Jasper Park, the last aforesaid part being surveyed by said K.F. McCusker, D.L.S., in 1931, according to plan 43560 in said Records, a copy of which is entered in the Land Titles Offices for the North Alberta Land Registration District at Edmonton under number T470;

Thence southwesterly along the last aforesaid part of the northerly boundary a distance of 4021.7 metres, more or less, to a cairn at Triangulation Station No. 90 (Lambert 1927), as the last aforesaid cairn is shown on the last aforesaid plan;

Thence southwesterly, northwesterly, northeasterly and northwesterly along that height of land which divides the watershed areas of Moosehorn Creek, Snake Indian River and an unnamed creek flowing into Rock Creek from the southeast at approximate latitude 53°26′ and longitude 118°19′, from the watershed areas of those tributaries of the Wildhay River and Rock Creek northeasterly of said unnamed creek, to a stone mound and flag marking the southeasterly extremity of a part of the northerly boundary of Jasper Park, according to the last aforesaid plan;

Thence on a bearing of 322°42′ along the last aforesaid part of the northerly boundary a distance of 4746.7 metres, more or less, to a stone cairn at Triangulation Station No. 68 (Lambert 1927) which is a point on the height of land dividing the watershed area of Rock Creek from that of Wildhay River in latitude 53°27′ and longitude 118°21′;

Thence in a general westerly direction along the last aforesaid height of land to its point of intersection with a straight line on an azimuth of 45° from Triangulation Station No. 5 (Lambert 1927), of record in field book number 21691 in said Records, which is a point on the height of land dividing the watershed area of Rock Creek from that of Mowitch Creek;

Thence southwesterly along the last aforesaid straight line across the valley of Rock Creek toaid Triangulation Station No. 5;

Thence in a general westerly direction along the last aforesaid height of land dividing the watershed area of Rock Creek from that of Mowitch Creek to its intersection with the height of land which divides the watershed area of Snake Indian River from that of Smoky River;

Thence generally southeasterly and northwesterly following the last aforesaid height of land to a point on the summit of the westerly extension of Sunset Peak, on the summit of which peak is situated Triangulation Station No. 33 (Lambert 1927), a record in said field book, the last aforesaid point being at the intersection of the last aforesaid height of land and a straight line on an azimuth of 329°28.8′ from a stone cairn on the crest of the height of land forming the southerly limit of the watershed area of Blue Lake, as the last aforesaid cairn is shown on plan 38704 in said Records;

Thence southeasterly along the last aforesaid straight line, across Blue Lake, to the last aforesaid cairn;

Thence in a general westerly direction along the height of land forming the southerly limit of the watershed area of Blue Lake to its intersection with the height of land dividing the watershed area of Twintree Creek from that of Rockslide Creek, both of which creeks are tributaries of Smoky River;

Thence in a general westerly direction along the last aforesaid height of land to its intersection with a straight line on an azimuth of 92°21.2′ from a post in a stone mound on the left bank of Smoky River, the last aforesaid post being in latitude 53°29′ and longitude 119°15′ as shown on plan 38705 in said Records;

Thence westerly along the last aforesaid straight line to the last aforesaid post and continuing in the same straight line produced westerly across the valley of Smoky River to intersect the height of land forming the northwesterly limit of the watershed area of those tributaries of the Smoky River flowing into said Smoky River south of said Rockslide Creek;

Thence in a general westerly direction along the last aforesaid height of land through the summit of Mount Resthaven to the summit of Mount Lucifer in latitude 53°26′ and longitude 119°33′;

Thence in a general southeasterly direction following the height of land which bounds the watershed area of Jackpine River through Barricade Mountain, to the point at which it intersects the Interprovincial Boundary between Alberta and British Columbia in latitude 53°22′ and longitude 119°24.7′;

Thence southerly following said Interprovincial Boundary to the point of commencement;

Said parcel containing about 10 878 square kilometres;

The natural features and boundaries herein described being shown on the north and south sheets of the map of Jasper Park, certified by Frederic Hathaway Peters, Surveyor General of Dominion Lands, on January 13, 1948, said map being approved on behalf of the Dominion of Canada by the Honourable J. Allison Glen, Minister of Mines and Resources, and on behalf of the Province of Alberta by the Honourable N.E. Tanner, Minister of Lands and Mines, and filed on February 14, 1948, in the Land Titles Office for the North Alberta Land Registration District at Edmonton under numbers 3974 and 3975 in book E.U., folio 192, copies of which are of record in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa under numbers 40396 and 40397 respectively.


(4) Elk Island National Park of Canada

In the Province of Alberta:

In township 54, range 19, and in townships 52, 53 and 54, range 20, all west of the 4th Meridian;

All that parcel of land more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the northwest corner o section 34, in said township 54, range 20;

Thence southerly along the east boundary of the statutory road allowance to the northwest corner of section 10, in said township 54, range 20;

Thence westerly along the south boundary of the statutory road allowance to the northwest corner of section 9, in said township 54, range 20;

Thence southerly along the east boundary of the statutory road allowance to the northwest corner of section 4, in said township 54, range 20;

Thence westerly in a straight line a distance of 20.1168 metres, more or less, to the northeast corner of section 5, in said township 54, range 20;

Thence continuing westerly along the north boundary of said section 5 to the northwest corner thereof;

Thence southerly along the east boundary of the statutory road allowance to the northwest corner of section 32, in said township 53;

Thence westerly along the south boundary of the statutory road allowance to the northwest corner of section 31, in said township 53;

Thence southerly along the east boundary of the statutory road allowance to its intersection in section 30, in said township 52, with the northerly limit of the surveyed Beaver Lake — Edmonton Trail, as said trail is shown on Plan 10065 in the Canada Lands Survey Records at Ottawa;

Thence easterly along said northerly limit of said trail to the east boundary of section 25, in said township 52;

Thence northerly along the west boundary of the statutory road allowance to the southeast corner of section 1, in said township 54, range 20;

Thence easterly along the north boundary of the statutory road allowance to the southeast corner of section 6, in said township 54, range 19;

Thence northerly along the west boundary of the statutory road allowance to the northeast corner of section 31, in said township 54, range 19;

Thence westerly along the south boundary of the statutory road allowance to the point of commencement;

Saving and excepting thereout and therefrom,

Firstly: all those parts lying within the main limits of a road through said township 53, according to plan number 55576 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which is filed in the Land Titles Office for the North Alberta Land Registration District, at Edmonton, under number 2194 R.S.;

Secondly: the mines and minerals within section 13, township 53, range 20, west of the 4th Meridian as described on the certificate of the title number 1364, book K.Q., folio 43, registered on January 29, 1957, in the North Alberta Land Registration District.

The remainder containing about 194 square kilometres;

The boundaries herein described being shown on a plan of Elk Island Park, certified by A.O. Gorman for the Surveyor General of Dominion Lands, on February 10, 1949, recorded as plan number 40428 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa; and also a plan showing the northerly and part of the westerly boundaries confirmed by R. Thistlethwaite, Surveyor General, on March 30, 1966, recorded as plan number 52860 in said Records, a copy of which is of record in the Land Titles Office for the North Alberta Land Registration District, at Edmonton, under number 3542 N.Y.


(5) Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada

All and singular that certain parcel or tract of land lying and being partly in the Northwest Territories and partly in the Province of Alberta, and more particularly described, as follows:

Commencing at the intersection of the boundary between the Province of Alberta and the Northwest Territories as surveyed and shown on seet five of the twenty map-sheets entitled “Boundary between Alberta and Northwest Territories”, which map-sheets are on record as 42955 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, with the centre of the main channel of Salt River;

Thence westerly along said boundary between the Province of Alberta and the Northwest Territories to its intersection with the centre of the main channel of Little Buffalo River;

Thence following downstream the centre of the main channel of the said Little Buffalo River to its junction with the centre of the main channel of Nyarling River;

Thence following upstream the centre of the main channel of the said Nyarling River to its intersection with the thirty-fourth (34) base line of the Dominion Lands Survey system, being the north boundary of township one hundred and thirty-two (132);

Thence westerly along the said thirty-fourth (34) base line to its intersection with the east boundary of range ten (10) west of the fifth (5) initial meridian of the Dominion Lands Survey system;

Thence southerly along the said east boundary of range ten (10) west of the said fifth (5) meridian to its intersection with the thirty-first (31) base line of the Dominion Lands Survey system, being the north boundary of township one hundred and twenty (120);

Thence easterly along the said thirty-first (31) base line to its intersection with the said fifth (5) meridian of the Dominion Lands Survey system;

Thence southerly along the said fifth (5) meridian to its intersection with the twenty-seventh (27) base line of the Dominion Lands Survey system, being the north boundary of township one hundred and four (104);

Thence easterly along the said twenty-seventh (27) base line to its intersection with the centre of the main channel of Athabaska River;

Thence following downstream the said centre of the main channel of Athabaska River to a point nearest the beginning or southern end of the main channel of Embarras River;

Thence in a direct line to the centre of the said main channel of Embarras River at its southern end;

Thence following downstream the centre of the main channel of the said Embarras River to its outlet into Lake Athabaska;

Thence westerly by a direct line to the nearest point on low water mark on the southerly or westerly shore of said Lake Athabaska;

Thence westerly and northerly following the said low water mark of the southerly and westerly shore of Lake Athabaska to a point nearest the beginning or southern end of the main channel of the stream known as Rivière des Rochers;

Thence easterly in a direct line of the centre of the said main channel of Rivière des Rochers at its southern end;

Thence following downstream the centre of the said main channel of Rivière des Rochers to a point nearest the centre of the main channel of Slave River;

Thence westerly in a direct line to the centre of the said main channel of Slave River;

Thence following downstream the said centre of the main channel of Slave River to its intersection with the thirty-second (32) base line of the Dominion Lands Survey system being the north boundary of township one hundred and twenty-four (124);

Thence westerly along the said thirty-second (32) base line to its intersection with the centre of the main channel of Salt River;

Thence following downstream the said centre of the main channel of Salt River to the point of commencement;

Excluding thereout and therefrom all islands in the Slave River within the above described boundary;

The whole containing by admeasurement an area of approximately 44 807 square kiloetres, be the same more or less, and as the boundaries described herein are shown hachured in black upon the map of Wood Buffalo Park and which are subject to the “note” therein relating to the boundaries in certain rivers; which said map was issued by the Hydrographic and Map Service, Department of Mines and Resources at Ottawa in 1947, and whereof a copy is on record as 40393 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Saving and excepting thereout and therefrom,

Firstly: all those lands lying within Peace Point Indian Reserve No. 222 as shown on Plan 71277 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which is filed in the Land Titles Office at Edmonton under number 882-0308, said reserve containing 5.18 square kilometres (518 hectares), more or less, together with all mines and minerals;

Secondly: in Township 124, Range 10, west of the 4th Meridian, all those portions comprising Lot 6 (part of Thebathi Indian Reserve No. 196) as shown on a plan of survey recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa under number 85625 and registered at the Land Titles Office in Edmonton under number 0126326, the lands containing 1.81 square kilometres (181 hectares), more or less, together with all mines and minerals;

Thirdly: in Theoretical Township 121, Range 9, west of the 4th Meridian, all those portions comprising the Exterior Boundaries of Survey of Eejeré K’elni Kue Indian Reserve No. 196I (Hay Camp Site) as shown on a plan of survey recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa under number 84988 and registered at the Land Titles Office in Edmonton under number 0123033, the lands containing 2.13 square kilometres (213 hectares), more or less, together with all mines and minerals;

Fourthly: in Theoretical Township 121, Range 14 and Theoretical Township 122, Ranges 13 and 14, west of the 4th Meridian, all those portions comprising the Exterior Boundaries of Survey of Tsu Nedehe Tue Indian Reserve No. 196H (Pine Lake Site) as shown on a plan of survey recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa under number 85626 and registered at the Land Titles Office in Edmonton under number 0126334, the lands containing 5.86 square kilometres (586 hectares), more or less, together with all mines and minerals.

The remainder containing about 44 792 square kilometres (4,479,200 hectares).


PART 3 — SASKATCHEWAN

(1) Prince Albert National Park of Canada

All and singular that certain parcel or tract of land situated, lying and being in the Province of Saskatchewan which may be more particularly described as follows:

Section thirteen, the north halves of sections fourteen and fifteen, sections nineteen to thirty-six inclusive, all in township fifty-three, range one; all of townships fifty-four, fifty-five, fifty-six, fifty-seven, fifty-eight, fifty-nine, sixty and sixty-one, range one; the north half of township fifty-three, range two; townships fifty-four, fifty-five, fifty-six, fifty-seven, fifty-eight, fifty-nine, sixty and sixty-one, range two; the north half of township fifty-three, range three; townships fifty-four, fifty-five, fifty-six, fifty-seven, fifty-eight, fifty-nine, sixty and sixty-one, range three; the north half of township fifty-three, range four; lying east of the east bank of the Sturgeon River; that part of township fifty-four, range four, lying east of the east bank of Sturgeon River; townships fifty-five, fifty-six, fifty-seven, fifty-eight, fifty-nine, sixty and sixty-one, range four, and all that portion of township sixty-two, range four, covered by Lavallée Lake; that part of township fifty-four, range five, lying east of the east bank of Sturgeon River; that part of township fifty-five, range five, lying east of the east bak of Sturgeon River; townships fifty-six, fifty-seven, fifty-eight, fifty-nine, sixty and sixty-one, range five; those parts of sections twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six, thirty-five and thirty-six, township fifty-five, range six, lying east of the east bank of the Sturgeon River; those parts of sections one and twelve, township fifty-six, range six, lying east of the east bank of Sturgeon River, all west of the third meridian; said park containing an area of approximately one thousand four hundred and ninety-six square miles.


(2) Grasslands National Park of Canada

In the Province of Saskatchewan;

All those lands more particularly described as follows:


East Block

In Township 1, Range 4, West 3rd Meridian:

Legal Subdivisions 12 and 13 in Section 17;

The north half of Section 18;

Section 19, excepting out of the northwest quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990;

Legal Subdivisions 4, 5, 12 and 13 in Section 20;

Legal Subdivisions 4 and 5 in Section 29;

Section 30, excepting out of the northeast, northwest and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek and Hellfire Creek as shown on said township plan;

Section 31, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek as shown on said township plan;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of the northwest quarter of Section 17, Sections 20, 30 and 31, and the southwest quarter of Section 29, including the intervening intersections, excepting out of the road allowance to and west of Section 30, the lands covered by Rock Creek as shown on said township plan;

The east-west road allowances lying adjacent to and north of the north limits of Section 19, Legal Subdivision 13 of Section 20, and Section 31, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek as shown on said township plan.

In Township 1, Range 5, West 3rd Meridian:

Section 25, excepting out of the northeast, northwest, and southeast quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of Hellfire Creek as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990;

Section 36, excepting out of the southwest quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of Hellfire Creek as shown on said township plan.

In Township 1, Range 6, West 3rd Meridian:

Section 1, excepting out of the northeast, northwest and southeast quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990.

Section 2, excepting out of the north half, all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek as shown on said township plan;

Section 3, excepting out of the northeast, northwest and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek as shown said township plan;

Section 4, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek and Wetherall Creek as shown on said township plan;

Section 5, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek as shown on said township plan;

Section 6;

Section 7, excepting out of the northwest quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of Horse Creek as shown on said township plan;

Section 8;

Section 9, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Wetherall Creek as shown on said towship plan;

Section 10;

Section 11, excepting out of the southeast and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek as shown on said township plan;

Section 12, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek and Butte Creek as shown on said township plan;

Sections 13 and 14;

The south half of Section 15, excepting out of the southwest quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of Wetherall Creek as shown on said township plan;

Section 16, excepting out of the southeast quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of Wetherall Creek as shown on said township plan;

Section 17;

Section 18, excepting out of the northeast, northwest and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of Horse Creek as shown on said township plan;

Section 19, excepting out of the northeast, southeast and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of Horse Creek as shown on said township plan;

Sections 20 and 21;

Section 22, excepting out of the northeast, northwest and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of Wetherall Creek as shown on said township plan;

Section 27, excepting out of the northeast, southeast and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of Wetherall Creek as shown on said township plan;

Sections 28 and 29;

Section 32, excepting out of the northwest quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of Horse Creek as shown on said township plan;

Section 33;

Section 34, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Wetherall Creek as shown on said township plan;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of Sections 1, 12 and 13, Sections 2, 11 and the southwest quarter of Sections 14, Sections 3, 10, southwest quarter of Section 15, Sections 22, 27 and 34, Sections 4, 9, 16, 21, 28 and 33, Sections 5, 8, 17 and 20, and Sections 6, 7, 18 and 19, including the intervening intersections excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek, Wetherall Creek and Horse Creek as shown on said township plan;

The east-west road allowances lying adjacent to and north of the north limits of Sections 7 to 12 inclusive, Sections 20 to 22 inclusive, and 32 to 34 inclusive, including all intervening intersections excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Wetherall Creek and Horse Creek as shown on said township plan.

In Township 1, Range 7, West 3rd Meridian:

Section 1, excepting out of the north half, all those lands covered by the waters of Horse Creek as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990.

Section 12, excepting out of the northeast, southeast and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of Horse Creek as shown on said township plan;

Sections 13 and 24;

The east-west road allowances lying adjacent to and north of the north limit of Section 12.

In Township 2, Range 4, West 3rd Meridian:

The southwest quarter of Section 5;

The south half of Section 6, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Rock Creek as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limit of the southwest quarter of Section 5.

In Township 2, Range 5, West 3rd Meridian:

Sections 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9;

The north-south road allowancs lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of Sections 4 and 9, and Sections 5 and 8.

In Township 2, Range 6, West 3rd Meridian:

The south half of Section 3;

Sections 4 and 5;

The southeast quarter of Section 6;

Sections 8, 9 and 30;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of the southwest quarter of Section 3, Sections 4 and 9, the southwest quarter of Section 5, and Section 30, including the intervening intersections.

In Township 2, Range 7, West 3rd Meridian:

Section 25.

In Township 3, Range 6, West 3rd Meridian:

The northeast quarter of Section 3;

Section 5, 8, 9, 10 and 11;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of Sections 9, 10 and 11.


West Block

In Township 1, Range 10, West 3rd Meridian:

Sections 1 and 2;

Section 3, excepting out of the west half, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990;

Section 4, excepting out of the northwest, northeast and southeast quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on said township plan, and excepting out of the southwest quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated February 15, 1918;

The northeast, northwest and southwest quarters of Section 9, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990;

That portion of the southeast quarter of Section 9 described as follows: Commencing at the northeast corner of said quarter section; thence southerly along the east limit to the south limit; thence westerly along the south limit to its intersection with the left bank of the Frenchman River; thence northeasterly and westerly following the sinuosities of the left bank to its intersection with the west limit; thence northerly along the west limit to its intersection with the left bank; thence northeasterly following the sinuosities of the left bank to its intersection with the north limit of the quarter section; thence easterly along the north limit to the point of commencement as shown on Township Plan dated February 15, 1918. Also in the southeast quarter of Section 9, all those lands lying westerly of the right bank of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated February 15, 1918;

Sections 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of Section 1, 12 and 13, Sections 2 and 11, and Sections 3 and 10, including the intervening intersections, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990;

The east-west road allowances lying adjacent to and north of the north limits of Sections 11 and 12.

In Township 2, Range 9, West 3rd Meridian:

Sections 6, 7 and 18.

In Township 2, Range 10, West 3rd Meridian:

Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4;

The east half of Section 8, excepting out of the northeast quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of Little Breed Creek as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990;

Section 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13;

The south half of Section 14;

Section 15;

Section 16, excepting out of the west half, all those landsovered by the waters of Little Breed Creek as shown on said township plan;

The east half of Section 17, excepting out of the southeast quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of Little Breed Creek as shown on said township plan;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of Sections 1, 2, 11 and the southwest quarter of Section 14, Sections 3, 10 and 15, Sections 9 and 16, including the intervening intersections, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Little Breed Creek as shown on said township plan;

The east-west road allowances lying adjacent to and north of the north limits of the northeast quarter of Section 8, Sections 9, 10 and 11, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of Little Breed Creek as shown on said township plan.

In Township 2, Range 11, West 3rd Meridian:

The north half of Section 19, excepting out of the northwest quarter, all those lands covered by the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated August 16, 1918;

The northwest quarter of Section 20;

Sections 28 and 29;

Section 30, excepting out of the southwest quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on said township plan;

Section 31, 32 and 33;

The northwest quarter of Section 34;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of the northwest quarter of Section 20 and Sections 29 and 32, the northwest quarter of Section 19 and Sections 30 and 31, Sections 28 and 33, the northwest quarter of Section 34, including the intervening intersections, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990;

The east-west road allowances lying adjacent to and north of the north limits of Section 19 and the northwest quarter of Section 20, all of Sections 31, 32 and 33, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990.

In Township 2, Range 12, West 3rd Meridian:

The north half of Section 1;

The northeast quarter of Section 2;

The northeast quarter of Section 9;

The north half of Section 10;

Sections 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15;

The east half Section 16;

The north half of Section 18;

Sections 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23;

Section 24, excepting out of the southwest quarter, about 1.23 acres (0.50 hectare), for Roadway as shown on Plan 66SC08847 and out of the northeast, northwest and southeast quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated December 23, 1918;

Section 25, excepting out of the northwest quarter, about 1.12 acres (0.45 hectare), and out of the southwest quarter, about 4.30 acres (1.74 hectares), for Roadway as shown on Plan 66SC08847 and excepting out of the northwest, southeast and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on said township plan;

Section 26, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River;

Section 27, excepting out of the northeast quarter, about 2.54 acres (1.03 hectares), out of the northwest quarter, about 1.62 acres (0.66 hectare), and out of the southeast quarter, all that portion, for Roadway as shown on Plan AU 1365, and excepting all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on said township plan;

Section 28, excepting out of the northwestuarter, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on said township plan;

Sections 29 and 30;

Section 31, excepting out of the northeast and northwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on said township plan;

Section 32, excepting thereout, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on said township plan;

Section 33, excepting out of the northeast quarter, about 4.54 acres (1.84 hectares), and out of the northwest quarter, about 0.98 acre (0.40 hectare), for Roadway as shown on Plan AU 1365 and excepting out of the southeast and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on said township plan;

Section 34, excepting out of the northwest quarter, about 2.23 acres (0.90 hectare), out of the southeast quarter, about 1.42 acres (0.57 hectare), and out of the southwest quarter, about 4.06 acres (1.64 hectares), for Roadway as shown on Plan AU 1365;

Section 35;

Section 36, excepting out of the southwest quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of the northwest quarter of Section 1 and Sections 12, 13, 24, 25 and 36, the northwest quarter of Section 11 and Sections 14, 23, 26 and 35, the northwest quarter of Section 10 and Sections 15, 22, 27 and 34, Sections 21, 28 and 33, Sections 20, 29 and 32, the northwest quarter of Section 18 and Sections 19, 30 and 31, including the intervening intersections excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990;

The east-west road allowances lying adjacent to and north of the north limits of the northeast quarter of Section 9 and Sections 10, 11 and 12, Sections 19 to 24 inclusive, Sections 31 to 36 inclusive excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated 31 October, 1990.

In Township 2, Range 13, West 3rd Meridian:

Section 13, excepting thereout of the southeast quarter about 1.581 acres (0.64 hectare), and out of the southwest quarter about 2.619 acres (1.06 hectares), both taken for roadway as shown on a Plan of Record in the Land Titles Office for the Swift Current Land Registration District as No. 91SC00331;

The northeast quarter of Section 23;

Sections 24 and 25;

The northeast quarter and south half of Section 26, excepting out of the northeast quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated January 2, 1918;

Section 28;

The southeast quarter and north half of Section 32, excepting out of the northwest quarter about 1.779 acres (0.720 hectare), taken for roadway as shown on a Plan of Record in the Land Titles Office for the Swift Current Land Registration District as No. 91SC00331;

The west half and southeast quarter of Section 33, excepting out of the southeast quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River;

Section 34, excepting out of the northwest, southwest and southeast quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated January 2, 1918;

Section 35, excepting out of the northeast, southeast and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on said township plan;

Section 36, excepting out of the northeast and northwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on said township plan;

claThe north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of Sections 25 and 36, Section 35, the southwest quarter of Section 34 and Section 33, including the intervening intersections, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990;

The east-west road allowances lying adjacent to and north of the north limits of the northeast quarter of Section 23, Sections 24 and 32, the northwest quarter of Section 33 and Sections 34, 35 and 36, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990.

In Township 3, Range 11, West 3rd Meridian:

Legal Subdivisions 4 and 5 of the southwest quarter of Section 3;

Section 4, excepting out of the northeast quarter, about 3.77 acres (1.53 hectares), and out of the southeast quarter about 4.68 acres (1.89 hectares), for Roadway as shown on Plan CN 7048;

Sections 5, 6, 7 and 8;

Section 9, excepting out of the northeast quarter, about 4.48 acres (1.81 hectares), and out of the southeast quarter about 0.41 acre (0.17 hectare), for Roadway as shown on Plan CN 7048;

The south half of Section 16, excepting out of the southeast quarter, about 3.99 acres (1.61 hectares), for Roadway as shown on Plan CN 1001;

The south half of Section 17;

Section 18;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of the southwest quarter of Section 3, Sections 4 and 9, Sections 5 and 8, Sections 6, 7 and 18, including the intervening intersections;

The east-west road allowances lying adjacent to and north of the north limit of Sections 7, 8 and 9;

That portion of the original road allowance lying south from and adjacent to Section 6, lying between the northerly productions of the east limit of Section 36, Township 2, Range 12, West of the Third Meridian and the west limit of Section 31, Township 2, Range 11, West of the Third Meridian.

In Township 3, Range 12, West 3rd Meridian:

Sections 1, 2 and 3;

Section 4, excepting out of the northeast quarter, about 3.77 acres (1.53 hectares), out of the northwest quarter, about 0.67 acre (0.27 hectare), and out of the southeast quarter, about 4.27 acres (1.73 hectares), for Roadway as shown on Plan AU 1365;

Section 5;

Section 6, excepting out of the southeast and southwest quarters, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated December 28, 1918;

Sections 7 and 8;

Section 9, excepting out of the northeast quarter, about 4.07 acres (1.65 hectares), out of the southeast quarter, about 1.61 acres (0.65 hectare), and out of the southwest quarter, about 2.49 acres (1.01 hectares), for Roadway as shown on Plan AU 1365;

Sections 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15;

Section 16, excepting out of the northeast quarter, about 4.05 acres (1.64 hectares), and out of the southeast quarter, about 4.03 acres (1.63 hectares), for Roadway as shown on Plan AU 1365;

Section 17;

The east half of Section 18;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of Sections 1, 12 and 13, Sections 2, 11 and 14, Sections 3, 10 and 15, Sections 4, 9 and 16, Sections 5, 8 and 17, and Sections 6 and 7, including the intervening intersections, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on Township Plan dated October 31, 1990;

The east-west road allowances lying adjacento and north of the north limits of the northeast quarter of Section 7 and Sections 8 to 12 inclusive;

That portion of the original road allowance lying south from and adjacent to Section 6, lying between the northerly productions of the east limit of Sections 36, Township 2, Range 13, West of the Third Meridian and the west limit of Sections 31, Township 2, Range 12, West of the Third Meridian.

In Township 3, Range 13, West 3rd Meridian:

Section 1, excepting out of the southeast quarter, all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on the Township Plan dated December 19, 1917;

Section 2;

Section 3, excepting thereout all those lands covered by the waters of the Frenchman River as shown on said township plan;

The west half, southeast quarter and Legal Subdivisions 9, 10 and 15 of the northeast quarter of Section 4, excepting out of the southwest quarter, about 4.0 acres (1.62 hectares), and out of the southeast quarter, about 2.47 acres (1.00 hectare), as Parcel A, taken for roadway as shown on a Plan of Record in the Land Titles Office for the Swift Current Land Registration District as No. CG 5365;

The northeast quarter of Section 4, excepting thereout:

a) about 2.88 acres (1.17 hectares) for Roadway as shown on a Plan of Record in the Land Titles Office for the Swift Current Land Registration District as No. CG 5365;

b) That portion commencing at the northeast corner of said quarter section; thence southerly along the east limit 1320 feet (402.34 metres); thence westerly and parallel with the north limit 1320 feet (402.34 metres); thence northerly and parallel with the east limit to the north limit; thence easterly along the north limit to the point of commencement;

Section 5, excepting out of the northwest quarter about 1.30 acres (0.53 hectare), and out of the southwest quarter about 3.62 acres (1.47 hectares), both taken for roadway as shown on a Plan of Record in the Land Titles Office for the Swift Current Land Registration District as No. 71SC08602;

The southeast quarter of Section 8;

The southwest quarter of Section 9, excepting thereout about 0.07 hectares, for the Val Marie Irrigation Project as shown on Plan 77SC13199;

Sections 11, 12, 13 and 14;

The north-south road allowances lying adjacent to and west of the west limits of Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4, southwest quarter of Section 9, Sections 12 and 13, including the intervening intersections;

The east-west road allowances lying adjacent to and north of the north limits of Sections 11 and 12.

All lands described in the East and West blocks above include all mines and minerals.


PART 4 — MANITOBA

(1) Riding Mountain National Park of Canada

In the Province of Manitoba;

West of the Principal Meridian;

All those lands more particularly described as follows:

(1) in Township 18, Range 16, all sections;

(2) in Township 18, Range 17, sections 1, 13, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36 and the east half of Section 12;

(3) in Township 19, Range 16, all sections;

(4) in Township 19, Range 17, all sections;

(5) in Township 19, Range 18:

(a) the northwest quarter of Section 19; excepting all that portion taken for a public road as shown on Plan 2642 filed in the Land Titles Office at Neepawa, a copy of which is recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 43180;

(b) sections 25, 26, 27, legal subdivisions 13 and 14 of Section 28, sections 29 to 36 inclusive;

(c) all that portion of the original Dominion Government Road Allowance adjoining the north boundary of Section 19, described as follows: commencing at a point on the north boundary of Section 19, a distance of 34 feet (10.36 metres) easterly from the northwest corner of Section 19; thence easterly along said north boundary 400 feet (121.92 metres); thence northerly at right angles with said north boundary 66 feet (20.12 metres) to the northerly limit of said original Dominion Government Road Allowance; thence westerly along the northerly limit of said road allowance 382 feet (116.43 metres); thence southwesterly in a straight line to the point of commencement;

(d) all that portion of the original Dominion Government Road Allowance between sections 29 and 30, lying north of the westerly production of the south boundary of southwest quarter Section 29;

(e) all that portion of the original Dominion Government Road Allowance between sections 31 and 32, lying south of the southerly shoreline of Clear Lake;

the last two mentioned road allowances are as shown on Plan 30750 in said records;

(6) in Township 19, Range 19, sections 25, 26, 34, 35 and 36, the east half of Section 33, the northeast quarter of Section 24 and legal subdivisions 13, 14, 15 and 16 of Section 27;

(7) in Township 20, Range 16, all sections; excepting the east half of section 25 and the north half and the southeast quarter of section 36;

(8) in Township 20, Range 17, all sections;

(9) in Township 20, Range 18, all sections;

(10) in Township 20, Range 19, all sections; excepting

(a) sections 5, 6, 7 and 8, the west half of section 4, the portion of the east half of section 4 lying west of Clear Lake Indian Reserve No. 61A and the southwest quarter of section 18;

(b) Clear Lake Indian Reserve No. 61A, comprising:

part fractional east half Section 4; fractional Section 9; fractional Section 10; fractional southwest quarter Section 15 and fractional southeast quarter Section 16;

said indian reserve as shown on Plan 76982 in said records, a copy of which is filed in the Land Titles Office at Neepawa as 32044;

(11) in Township 20, Range 20, sections 13 to 36 inclusive;

(12) in Township 20, Range 21, all sections; excepting sections 6, 7 and 18;

(13) in Township 20, Range 22, sections 19 to 36 inclusive;

(14) in Township 21, Range 16, all sections; excepting

(a) sections 1, 12, 13, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 32, 33, 34, 35 and 36;

(b) the south half and northeast quarter of Section 14 and the northeast quarters of sections 11, 28 and 31;

(15) in Township 21, Range 17, all sections;

(16) in Township 21, Range 18, all sections;

(17) in Township 21, Range 19, all sections;

(18) in Township 21, Range 20, all sections;

(19) in Township 21, Range 21, all sections;

(20) in Township 21, Range 22, all sections;

(21) in Township 21, Range 23, all sections;

(22) in Township 22, Range 17, sections 2 to 11 inclusive, 16, 17 and 18, the west halves of sections 1 and 12, the south halves of sections 14 and 15, and the southwest quarter of Section 13;

(23) in Township 22, Range 18, all sections;

(24) in Township 22, Range 19, all sections;

(25) in Townsip 22, Range 20, all sections;

(26) in Township 22, Range 21, all sections;

(27) in Township 22, Range 22, all sections;

(28) in Township 22, Range 23, all sections;

(29) in Township 22, Range 24, all sections;

(30) in Township 22, Range 25, all sections;

(31) in Township 22, Range 26, all sections; excepting the west halves of sections 6 and 7;

(32) in Township 23, Range 18, all sections; excepting sections 13, 21 to 28 inclusive, 31 to 36 inclusive, the north half and southeast quarter of Section 12 and the northeast quarter of Section 1;

(33) in Township 23, Range 19, all sections; excepting sections 31 to 36 inclusive;

(34) in Township 23, Range 20, all sections and fractional sections lying east and south of the Vermilion River; excepting the west half of Section 25 and sections 26, 35 and 36;

(35) in Township 23, Range 21, all sections; excepting sections 12, 13, 23 to 36 inclusive, and the north halves of sections 1 and 22;

(36) in Township 23, Range 22, all sections; excepting sections 25 to 36 inclusive;

(37) in Township 23, Range 23, all sections; excepting sections 25, and 31 to 36 inclusive;

(38) in the south half of Township 23, Range 24, all sections;

(39) in the south half of Township 23, Range 25, all sections;

(40) in Township 23, Range 26, sections 1 to 5 inclusive, and 8 to 17 inclusive;

Said lands containing together about 2,969 square kilometres.


(2) Wapusk National Park of Canada

All theoretical section and township corners hereinafter are based on the North American Datum of 1927. All bearings are grid and are referred to Zone 15 of the Universal Transverse Mercator Grid System.

In the Province of Manitoba;

East of the Second Meridian East;

All that parcel of land shown as Parcel A on a plan filed in the office of the Director of Surveys at Winnipeg as Plan No. 19701, including the foreshore along the North East Coast of Manitoba, the lakes, the rivers, the islands, the streams, all mines and minerals, and all other estates, rights and interests normally reserved to the Crown (Manitoba) under The Crown Lands Act (Manitoba), C.C.S.M., c. C340 and, all theoretical Government Road Allowances that lie within the boundaries more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the theoretical North East corner of Township 94, Range 6;

Thence westerly in a straight line to the theoretical North East corner of Section 33 in Township 94, Range 1;

Thence northerly in a straight line to the theoretical North East corner of Section 33 in Township 104, Range 1;

Thence easterly in a straight line to the theoretical North East corner of Township 104, Range 1;

Thence northerly in a straight line to the theoretical North East corner of Township 107, Range 1;

Thence easterly in a straight line to the theoretical North East corner of Township 107, Range 2;

Thence northerly in a straight line to the theoretical North East corner of Township 109, Range 2;

Thence easterly in a straight line to the theoretical North East corner of Township 109, Range 3;

Thence northerly in a straight line to the theoretical North East corner of Township 111, Range 3;

Thence northerly in a straight line along the production of the last above described course to its first intersction with the Mean High Tide Line of Hudson Bay;

Thence on a bearing of 50°00′00″ to its first intersection with the Ordinary Low Water Mark of Hudson Bay;

Thence easterly and southeasterly following the Ordinary Low Water Mark of Hudson Bay to its intersection with a line having a bearing of 115°00′00″ drawn through the intersection of the right bank of Black Bear Creek with the Mean High Tide Line of Hudson Bay;

Thence on a bearing of 295°00′00″ along the aforesaid line to the intersection of said bank with the Mean High Tide Line of Hudson Bay;

Thence generally westerly following the sinuosities of said right bank of Black Bear Creek to the Ordinary High Water Mark of Black Bear Lake;

Thence westerly along the Ordinary High Water Mark of Black Bear Lake to its intersection with a line drawn southerly and at right angles to the first above described course;

Thence northerly in a straight line to the point of commencement.

Said parcel containing an area of about 11 475 square kilometres.


PART 5 — ONTARIO

(1) St. Lawrence Islands National Park of Canada

In the Province of Ontario;

In the counties of Leeds and Frontenac;

All those parcels of land being more particularly described under Firstly to Twelfthly as follows:

Firstly

The following 17 islands as shown on plans 50113, 50114, 50115 and 50116 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa:

In the Township of Pittsburgh:

Whiskey Island,

containing about 0.32 hectare;

Cedar Island,

containing about 9.31 hectares;

Milton (Pitcairn) (Amazon) Island,

containing about 3.24 hectares;

In the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne:

Aubrey Island,

containing about 5.79 hectares;

Mermaid Island,

containing about 1.54 hectares;

Red Horse (7A) Island,

containing about 0.21 hectare;

Beaurivage Island,

containing about 4.17 hectares;

Leek (Thwartway) Island,

containing about 36.71 hectares;

Camelot Island,

containing about 9.47 hectares;

Endymion Island,

containing about 4.41 hectares;

Gordon Island,

containing about 6.27 hectares;

Mulcaster (Sugar) Island,

containing about 5.38 hectares;

Lyndoe (79) Island,

containing about 0.57 hectare;

Georgina Island,

containing about 9.43 hectares;

Constance Island,

containing about 2.95 hectares;

In the Township of Front of Yonge:

Adelaide (116) Island,

containing about 5.30 hectares;

In the Township of Elizabethtown:

Stovin Island,

containing about 4.13 hectares.

Secondly

The following 88 islands as shown on plans 61449, 61450, 61451 and 61452 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, copies of which are filed in the Registry Office at Brockville as LE 338, LE 339, LE 340 and LE 341 respectively;

In the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne:

Islands 04, 7C, 8C, 10A, 18B, 27D, 31C, 31D, 32A, 32B, 33B, 33J, 34A, 34G, 34H, 34M, 34N, 35B, 35C, 39B, 40B, 41B, 41C, 41D, 41E, 41G, 41H, 46B, 48E, 48F, 49A, 49B, 50B, 50C, 51A, 51C, 51E, 51F, 52E, 54A, 57B, 57D, 57F, 58A, 58B, 59A, 59C, 59D, 59E, 62A, 64C, 64D, 66A, 66B, 66C, 67B, 67C, 67E, 68C, 68D, 70B, 73C, 73D, 77F, 80A, 81C, 82D, 91B, 93A, 93B, Bass and Bass A islands, containing together about 1.24 hectares;

In the Township of Front of Escott:

Islands 106B, 106C, 107A, 108A, 108B, 112D, 112E, 113A, 113B, 113K and 113L, containing together about 0.18 hectare;

In the Township of Front of Yonge:

Islands 115F, 115G, 115I, 116C and 116N, containing together about 0.01 hectare.

Thirdly

In the Township of Front of Escott:

Squaw, Car and Shoe Islands as shown on Plan 57151 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which is filed in the Registry Office at Brockville as LE 327, containing together about 3.05 hectares.

Fourthly

In the Township of Lansdowne;

In the Municipality of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne;

Those portions of Hill (Leroux) Island being the whole of lot 5 and parts of Lot 6 on Registered Plan 163, shown as Parts 1 and 2 on a plan deposited in the Registry Office at Brockville as 28R-1962, a copy of which is recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 61190;

Together with a Right-of-Way over those parts of Lot 1 on Registered Plan 120, shown as Parts 6, 9, 10 and 11 on said Plan 28R-1962, containing together about 2.13 hectares;

Island 89C on Registered Plan 120, shown as Part 29 on a plan deposited in said office as 28R-1962, a copy of which is recorded in said records as 61190, said island containing about 0.16 hectare.

Fifthly

In the Municipality of the Township of Front of Escott;

Those portions of Grenadier (Bathurst) Island described as follows:

The whole of the Dominion Park lot and Lighthouse Site lot as shown on Plan 681 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

EXCEPT a parcel of land 50 feet (15.24 metres) square comprising the site of Grenadier Light LL 331 as described in Order-in-Council P.C. 1965-1692 dated September 15, 1965; the remainder containing about 4.39 hectares;

That part of Lot 4 on Registered Plan 120, described in a deed between G.R. Latimer and H. Latimer and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in the Registry Office at Brockville as 39049 on December 14, 1970, shown on a Plan of Survey by K.M. Wiseman, O.L.S., dated August 8, 1967, attached to Instrument registered as 7367 in said office, said part containing about 0.09 hectare;

That part of Lot 5 on Registered Plan 120, as shown on Plan 53064 in said records, a copy of which is deposited in said office as instrument 5774, said part containing about 85.4 hectares;

That part of Lot 5 on Registered Plan 120, described in a deed between Hubert L. Mallory and Gordon H. Hunt, Trustees of the Public School Board of the Township School Area of Front of Escott and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in said office as 7439 on April 2, 1968, said part containing about 0.2 hectare;

That part of Lot 6 on Registered Plan 120, described in a deed between Franz Benedek and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in said office as 35119 on May 25, 1970, said part containing about 39 hectares;

Lot 8 on Registered Plan 120, shown as Part 1, parts of the bed of the St. Lawrence River adjacent to Lots 8 and 9 shwn as Parts 2 and 9, and Part 6, all shown on a plan deposited in said office as 28R-4854, a copy of which is recorded as 70113 in said records, containing together about 22.38 hectares;

That part of Lot 10 on Registered Plan 120, and parts of the bed of the St. Lawrence River adjacent to Lot 10, shown as Parts 1 to 5 inclusive on a plan deposited in said office as 28R-4005, a copy of which is recorded as 68276 in said records, containing together about 32.38 hectares;

That part of Lot 10 on Registered Plan 120, and parts of the bed of the St. Lawrence River adjacent to Lot 10, shown as Parts 1 to 5 inclusive on a plan deposited in said office as 28R-4140, a copy of which is recorded as 68554 in said records, containing together about 2.63 hectares;

The whole of Lot 12 as shown on Plan 56630 in said records, a copy of which is deposited in said office as 42324, said lot containing about 30 hectares.

Sixthly

In the Municipality of the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne;

That part of Hay (Melville) Island on Registered Plan 313, described in a deed between C. Carpenter and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in the Registry Office at Brockville as 82282 on August 16, 1976; said part containing about 24.42 hectares.

Seventhly

In the Municipality of the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne;

That part of McDonald (Hog) (Cow) (Georgiana) Island on Registered Plan 120, described in a deed between M.M. Caird and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in the Registry Office at Brockville as 28990 on May 25, 1969; said part containing about 11.63 hectares;

Islands 12B and 12C (Leeward Islands) and that part of said McDonald Island on Registered Plan 120, described in a deed between H.S. Fuller and R.S. Fuller, and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in said office as 80855 on June 21, 1976; containing together about 0.49 hectare.

Eighthly

In the Municipality of the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne;

That part of Joel (Lindsay) (Crocker) Island described in a deed between S.H. Manson and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, registered in the Registry Office at Brockville as 68820 on December 19, 1974; said part containing about 4.05 hectares.

Ninthly

In the Township of Front of Yonge;

In the Broken Front Concession;

In Lot 22;

The whole of Parcels A and B as shown on Plan 42935 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which is deposited in the Registry Office at Brockville as 2734; containing together about 4.14 hectares.

Tenthly

In the Township of Front of Yonge;

In the Broken Front Concession;

In Lots 22 and 23;

The whole of Parcel C as shown on Plan 43518 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which is deposited in the Registry Office at Brockville as 3380; said parcel containing about 33.82 hectares.

Eleventhly

In the Township of Front of Yonge;

In the Broken Front Concession;

That part of Lot 22 as shown on Plan 57594 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, said part containing about 0.40 hectare.

Twelfthly

In the Township of Lansdowne;

In the Municipality of the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne;

Those portions of Hill (Leroux) Island described as follows:

Those parts of Lots 2 and 4 on Registered Plan 163, the whole of Blok P on Registered Plan 273 and those parts of Lots 1 and 5 on Registered Plan 120, shown as Parts 3 to 24 inclusive and Part 28 on Plan 28R-1962 deposited in the Registry Office at Brockville, a copy of which is recorded as 61190 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa; and Parts 1 to 5 inclusive and Parts 7 to 57 inclusive on Plan 28R-1961 deposited in said office, a copy of which is recorded as 61192 in said records; and Parts 1 to 8 inclusive on Plan 28R-1963 deposited in said office, a copy of which is recorded as 61191 in said records, containing together about 150.7 hectares;

Those parts of Lots 2, 3 and 4 on Registered Plan 120, shown as Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 on Plan 28R-3747 deposited in said office, a copy of which is recorded as 67675 in said records, containing together about 115.8 hectares;

Those parts of Lots 6 and 7 on Registered Plan 120, shown as Parts 7 to 17 inclusive on Plan 28R-3786 deposited in said office, a copy of which is recorded as 67731 in said records;

Together with a Right-of-Way over Parts 1 and 3 as shown on said Plan 28R-3786, containing together about 105 hectares;

That part of Lot 8 on Registered Plan 120, now re-subdivided and described as Block 6 on Registered Plan 389, shown as Part 1 on Plan 28R-562 deposited in said office, a copy of which is recorded as 73572 in said records, said part containing about 7.5 hectares;

Those parts of Lot 8 on Registered Plan 120, shown as Parts 1 to 7 inclusive on Plan 28R-6405 deposited in said office, a copy of which is recorded as 73164 in said records, containing together about 33 hectares;

Those parts of Lot 8 on Registered Plan 120, shown as Parts 1, 2 and 3 on Plan 28R-7831 deposited in said office, containing together about 6.2 hectares;

The whole from Firstly to Twelfthly containing about 829.6 hectares (8.30 square kilometres).


(2) Point Pelee National Park of Canada

In Ontario;

In the County of Essex;

In the Townships of Mersea and Pelee;

All those parcels of land being more particularly described under Firstly and Secondly as follows:

Firstly, all that parcel of land known as Point Pelee, and being comprised of the Naval Reserve at said Point Pelee as shown on a plan of said Naval Reserve, signed by Alexander Baird, Provincial Land Surveyor, at Leamington on February 17, 1883, a copy of which is recorded as Plan 52325 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Said parcel containing about 1, 500 hectares.

Secondly, all that parcel of land being Middle Island in Lake Erie;

SAVING AND EXCEPTING that part of Middle Island conveyed to Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, by Quit Claim Deed dated January 6, 1958, registered in the Registry Office for the Registry Division of the County of Essex on March 9, 1960, as instrument 215703, containing by ad-measurement an area of 0.3 hectares (0.75 acres), more or less and being more particularly described as follows:

PREMISING that the bearings mentioned are magnetic and are referred to the year 1889 at which time the variation was 1 degree 20 minutes West;

COMMENCING at a point distant One Hundred and Fifty feet (150′) measured South, magnetically (South 1 degree 20 minutes West, astronomically) from a red cedar post planted on the North shore of the said Island by the Department of Marine and Fisheries of Canada;

Thence South, magnetically (South 1 degree 20 minutes West astronomically) a distance of Two Hundred and Seventeen feet (217′);

Thence East, magnetically, (South 88 degrees 40 minutes East astronomically) a distance of One Hundre and Fifty feet (150′);

Thence North, magnetically, (North 1 degree 20 minutes East astronomically) a distance of Two Hundred and Seventeen feet (217′);

Thence West, magnetically, (North 88 degrees 40 minutes West astronomically) a distance of One Hundred and Fifty feet (150′), more or less, to the point of commencement.

Together with a right-of-way, 25 feet in perpendicular width, lying East of and adjacent to a line drawn North, magnetically, (North 1 degree 20 minutes East astronomically) from the point of commencement of the above described parcel, the said strip of land extending Northerly from the Northern boundary of the above described parcel to the natural High Water Mark of Lake Erie, which said parcel is shown on a plan of survey dated October 1889, of record in the Department of Transport, at Ottawa, a copy of which plan is attached to an instrument between Elizabeth Bender and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, dated January 6, 1958, registered March 9, 1960 as Instrument 215703.

The remainder of Middle Island containing about 19.7 hectares (48.7 acres).

Said parcels described under Firstly and Secondly containing together about 1, 520 hectares.


(3) Georgian Bay Islands National Park of Canada

All those islands or parts of islands in Georgian Bay, Province of Ontario, as follows:

(a) Islands or parts of islands opposite Baxter Township, now Township of Georgian Bay, in the District Municipality of Muskoka.

Beausoleil Island according to plan 789 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, being a plan of said Island, by W. Galbraith, Ontario Land Surveyor, dated August 10, 1907;

Beausoleil Island containing about 1098 hectares.

The following 6 islands according to plan 385 in said Records, being a plan of Islands in Georgian Bay, by C.E. Fitton, Ontario Land Surveyor, dated January 4, 1897:

Island 92, containing about 11.36 hectares

Island 92H, containing about 0.10 hectare

Island 92I, containing about 0.11 hectare

Island 92M, containing about 0.08 hectare

Island 93, containing about 3.65 hectares

Island 118A, containing about 0.02 hectare

The following 4 islands according to plan 380 in said Records, being a map of certain islands in Georgian Bay, by J.G. Sing, Dominion and Ontario Land Surveyor, dated April 16, 1900:

Island 147K, containing about 0.36 hectare

Island 147L, containing about 0.01 hectare

Island 183 (Gin Rock), containing about 1.30 hectares

Island 184 (McCrosson’s Island), containing about 1.40 hectares

The following 11 islands according to plan 381 in said Records, being a map of Certain Islands in Georgian Bay, by J.G. Sing, Dominion and Ontario Land Surveyor, dated April 16, 1900:

Island 147A, containing about 0.04 hectare

Island 147-O, containing about 0.61 hectare

Island 147U, containing about 0.03 hectare

Island 147V, containing about 0.04 hectare

Island 154, containing about 0.53 hectare

Island 163A, containing about 0.02 hectare

Island 163B, containing about 0.01 hectare

Island 176, containing about 0.38 hectare

Island 189, containing about 0.22 hectare

Island 190, containing about 0.18 hectare

Island 194, containing about 0.20 hectare

Lot B, Islando. 95, according to plan 43498, in said Records, a copy of which is registered in the Land Registry Office at Bracebridge under number 24562;

Lot B, containing about 17.85 hectares

(b) Islands or parts of islands opposite Gibson Township, now Township of Georgian Bay, in the District Municipality of Muskoka.

Lots E, F and M, Bone Island (No. 75) according to plan 50222 in said Records, a copy of which is deposited in said Office under number 28622;

Lot E, containing about 12.34 hectares

Lot F, containing about 6.19 hectares

Lot M, containing about 4.03 hectares

Lot D, Portage Island (No. 139) according to plan 43499 in said Records, a copy of which is registered in said Office under number 24563;

Lot D, containing about 7.53 hectares

Island 200 (Gray Island) according to plan 399 in said Records, being a plan of Certain Islands in Georgian Bay, by J.G. Sing, Dominion and Ontario Land Surveyor, dated April 20, 1901;

Island 200, containing about 5.06 hectares

(c) Island opposite Freeman Township, now Township of Georgian Bay, in the District Municipality of Muskoka.

The following 3 islands according to said plan 399;

Island 220, containing about 0.49 hectare

Island 221, containing about 0.93 hectare

Island 226, containing about 0.53 hectare

The following 11 islands according to plan 409 in said Records, being a plan of certain islands in Georgian Bay, by J.G. Sing, Dominion and Ontario Land Surveyor, dated June 12, 1902;

Island 355, containing about 0.75 hectare

Island 356, containing about 1.21 hectares

Island 358, containing about 1.98 hectares

Island 359, containing about 1.50 hectares

Island 371, containing about 0.89 hectare

Island 371A (Gilford Rocks), containing about 0.71 hectare

Island 372, containing about 0.81 hectare

Island 373, containing about 0.45 hectare

Island 374, containing about 0.40 hectare

Island 383, containing about 1.17 hectares

Island 397, containing about 19.32 hectares

Island 400, containing about 0.40 hectare, according to plan 407 in said Records, being a plan of certain islands in Georgian Bay, by J.G. Sing, Dominion and Ontario Land Surveyor, dated June 12, 1902.

Island 402, containing about 1.01 hectares, according to plan 405 in said Records, being a plan of certain islands in Georgian Bay, by J.G. Sing, Dominion and Ontario Land Surveyor, dated June 12, 1902.

(d) Islands opposite Conger Township, now Township of the Archipelago, in the District of Parry Sound.

The following 3 islands according to said plan 409;

Island 473, containing about 0.51 hectare

Island 497, containing about 1.32 hectares

Island 504 (McQuade Island), containing about 1.96 hectares

(e) Islands opposite St. Edmunds Township, north of Saugeen Peninsula in the County of Bruce;

The following 18 islands or parts thereof according to plan 2693 in said Records, being a plan showing Cape Hurd Islands compiled from surveys made by W.R. White, O.L.S., in 1936 and from information supplied by the Department of Marine, approved July 30, 1942:

Island 1, containing about 1.20 hectares

Island 2, containing about 0.20 hectare

Island 3,ontaining about 0.10 hectare

Island 5, containing about 0.40 hectare

Island 5A, containing about 0.10 hectare

Island 11, containing about 0.13 hectare

Island 12, containing about 0.60 hectare

Island 15, containing about 0.61 hectare

Island 16, containing about 0.10 hectare

Island 17, containing about 0.13 hectare

Cove Island saving and excepting 12.97 hectares off the north end thereof under instrument number 554;

The remainder of Cove Island containing about 887 hectares.

Big or North Otter Island, containing about 32.40 hectares

Little or South Otter Island, containing about 12.96 hectares

Williscroft Island, containing about 25.20 hectares

Turning Island, containing about 2 hectares

Bear’s Rump Island, containing about 88 hectares

Russell Island or Rabbit Island, containing about 81.36 hectares

Flowerpot Island saving and excepting thereout and therefrom land required for Lighthouse Reserve on Flowerpot Island as shown on a plan by W.P. Anderson, Chief Engineer, Department of Marine and Fisheries, dated May 6, 1899, recorded as Plan 51964 in said Records;

The remainder of Flowerpot Island containing about 188 hectares

Harbour Island containing about 3.6 hectares

Said Islands and parts of islands containing together about 25.64 square kilometres.


PART 6 — QUEBEC

(1) Forillon National Park of Canada

Starting from a point on the southeast right of way of highway No. 6A located 40 chains from the intersection of the northeast side of highway No. 6 with the extension of the southeast side of highway 6A; thence, successively the following lines and demarcations; a straight line southeasterly to a point on the dividing line between lots 29A and 28G in the 1st Range of the Township of Gaspé Bay-North located 77 chains from the dividing line between the 1st and 2nd Ranges of the said township, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 28G and 29A; southwesterly, the dividing line between lots 29A and 28G and its extension to the southwest side of highway No. 6; the southwest side of highway No. 6 northwesterly to the dividing line between lots 34B and 34C in the 1st Range of the township of Gaspé Bay-North; the dividing line between lots 34B and 34C southwesterly to the average low water mark; in Gaspé Bay, a line running parallel to and 500 feet from the average low water mark, following the west and south coasts of Pénouil peninsula and the shore of the said bay to its meeting point with the extension of the dividing line between lots 15A and 14B in the 1st Range of the township of Gaspé Bay-North; the said extension and the dividing line between lots 15A and 14B to the northeast side of highway No. 6 (between the line dividing lots 29A and 28G and the line dividing lots 15A and 14B in the 1st Range of the township of Gaspé Bay-North, such line following the northeast and southwest sides of highway No. 6); the dividing line between lots 15A and 14B northeasterly to a point located 67 chains from the dividing line between the 1st and 2nd Ranges of the township of Gaspé Bay-North, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 15A and 14B; a straight line southeasterly to a point on the dividing line between lots 9 and 8A in the 1st Range of the township of Gaspé Bay-North located 72 chains from the dividing line between the 1st and 2nd Ranges of the said township, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 9 and 8A; a straight line southeasterly to a point on the dividing line between lots 3A and 2A in the 1st Range of the township of Gaspé Bay-North located 90 chains from the dividing line between the 1st and 2nd Ranges of the said township, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 3A and 2A; a straight line southeasterly to a point on the boundary between the townships of Gaspé Bay-North and Cap-des-Rosiers located 20 chains from the northeast side of highway No. 6, such distance measured along the boundary between the said townships; a straight line southeasterly to a point on the dividing line between lots 3C and 4A in the 1st Range South of the township of Cap-des-Rosiers located 58 chains from the dividing line between the 1st Range South and the 2nd Range South of the said township, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 3C and 4A; a straight line southeasterly to a point on the dividing line between lots 8B and 9A in the 1st Range South of the township of Cap-des-Rosiers located 77 chains from the dividing line between the 1st Range South and the 2nd Range South of the said township, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 8B and 9A; a straight line southeasterly to a point on the dividing line between lots 10I and 11A in the 1st Range South of the township of Cap-des-Rosiers located 79 chains from the dividing line between the 1st Range South and the 2nd Range South of the said township, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 10I and 11A; a straight line southeasterly to a point on the east line of lot 19B in the 1st Range South of the township of Cap-des-Rosiers located 20 chains from the northeast side of highway No. 6, such distance measured along the east line of lot 19B; southerly the east line of lot 19B and its extension to a line parallel to and 152.4 metres from the average low water mark; in Gaspé Bay and the Gulf of St. Lawrence along a line parallel to and 152.4 metres from the average low water mark to the extension of the dividing line between lots B-56 and B-13 in the 1st Range East of the township of Cap-des-Rosiers; northwesterly, the said extension and the dividing line between lots B-56 and B-13 to the southeast side of highway No. 6; the southeast side of highway No. 6 southwesterly to the extension of the dividing line between lots B-18 and B-55 in the 1st Range East of the township of Cap-des-Rosiers; the said extension and the south line of lot B-18 to a point located 60 chains from the northwest side of highway No. 6, such distance measured along the south line of lot B-18; a straight line northwesterly to a point on the dividing line between lots 28-4 and 29-1 in the 1st Range North of the township of Cap-des-Rosiers located 63 chains from the limit between the 1st Range North and the 2nd Range North of the said township, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 28-4 and 29-1; a straight line, northwesterly to the intersection of the dividing line between lots 60-5 and 61-1 in the 1st Range South of L’Anse-aux-Griffons in the township of Cap-des-Rosiers with the north line of lot 57-4 in the 1st Range North of the said township; a straight line, northwesterly to a point on the dividing line between lots 65-5 and 66-1 in the 1st Range South of L’Anse-aux-Griffons in the township of Cap-des-Rosiers located 45 chains from the dividing line between the 1st Range South of L’Anse-aux-Griffons and the 1st Range North of the said township, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 65-5 and 66-1; a straight line westerly to a point on the dividing line between lots 73-2 and 74-1 in the 1st Range South of L’Anse-aux-Griffons in the township of Cap-des-Rosiers located 95 chains from the limit between the 1st Range South of L’Anse-aux-Griffons and the 2nd Range North of the said township, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 73-2 and 74-1; northerly the dividing line between lots 73-2 and 74-1 and its extension to the north bank of the L’Anse-aux-Griffons river; northeasterly, the north bank of the said river to the dividing line between lots 11-4 and 12-1 in the 1st Range North of L’Anse-aux-Griffons in the township of Cap-des-Rosiers; northwesterly, the dividing line between lots 12-1 and 11-4 to a point located 82 chains from the dividing line between the 1st Range North of L’Anse-aux-Griffons and the 2nd Range North of L’Anse-aux-Griffons in the township of Cap-des-Rosiers, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 11-4 and 12-1; a straight line northeasterly to a point on the dividing line between lots 4-2 and 5-1 in the 1st Range North of L’Anse-aux-Griffons in the township of Cap-des-Rosiers located 69 chains from the dividing line between the 1st Range North of L’Anse-aux-Griffons and the 2nd Range North of L’Anse-aux-Griffons in the said township, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 5-1 and 4-2; northwesterly the dividing line between lots 5-1 and 4-2 to the northwest boundary of the 1st Range North of L’Anse-aux-Griffons in the township of Cap-des-Rosiers; northeasterly, the northwest side of the 1st Range North of L’Anse-aux-Griffons in the township of Cap-des-Rosiers to the southwest side of highway No. 6; the southwest side of the highway No. 6 to the dividing line between lots 4-2 and 5-1 in the 1st Range East of the township of Fox; southerly, the dividing line between lots 4-2 and 5-1 to the dividing line between the 1st Range East and the 2nd Range East of the township of Fox; northwesterly, the dividing line between the 1st Range East and the 2nd Range East of the township of Fox to the intersection of the dividing line between lots 520-3 and 520-4 in the 2nd Range East of the township of Fox; a straight line, northwesterly to the point of the intersection of the dividing line between lots 510 and 509-1 in the 2nd Range East of the township of Fox with the dividing line between the south range of the river and the 2nd Range East of the said township; westerly, the dividing line between the south range of the river and the 2nd Range East of the township of Fox to the dividing line between lots 127-1 and 129-1 in the south range of the river in the said township; northwesterly, the dividing line between lots 127-1 and 129-1 to a point located 64 chains from the dividing line between the south range of the river and the 2nd Range East in the township of Fox, such distance measured along the dividing line between lots 127-1 and 129-1; a straight line westerly to a point on the dividing line between lots 151-1 and 152 in the south range of the river in the township of Fox located 64 chains from the dividing line between the south range of the river and the 2nd Range East of the said township, such distance measured along the northeast line of lot 152; northwesterly, the dividing line between lots 151-1 and 152 to the south bank of the Rivière au Renard; northwesterly, the southwest bank of the Rivière au Renard to the southeast line of the side of highway No. 6A; southwesterly, the southeast side of highway No. 6A to the northeast bank of the Rivière au Renard; southwesterly, the northeast bank of the said river to the northeast line of lot 547-1 in the south range of the Fox township road; northwesterly, the northeast line of lot 547-1 to the southeast side of highway No. 6A; southwesterly, the southeast side of highway No. 6A to the southwest line of lot 562 in the north range of the Fox township road; southeasterly, the southwest line of lot 562 in the north range of the road and 559-1 in the south range of the road to a point located 49 chains from the dividing line between the south range of the road and the 5th Range East of the township of Fox, such distance measured along the northeast line of lot 560-1 in the south range of the Fox township road; a straight line, southwesterly to a point on the southwest line of lot 560-2 in the south range of the Fox township road located 41 chains from the dividing line between the south range of the road and the 5th Range East of the township of Fox, such distance measuredlong the southwest line of lot 560-2; northwesterly, the northeast line of lot 19 of the east range of the Gaspé Bay-North township road to the southeast side of highway No. 6A; southwesterly, the southeast side of highway No. 6A to the dividing line between lots 11 and 12 of the east range of the Gaspé Bay-North township road; southeasterly, the dividing line between lots 11 and 12 to the southeast boundary of the east range of the Gaspé Bay-North township road; southwesterly, the southeast boundary of the east range of the Gaspé Bay-North township road to the southwest line of lot 1 of the east range of the Gaspé Bay-North township road; northwesterly, the southwest line of lot 1 to the southeast side of highway No. 6A; finally, southwesterly, the southeast side of highway No. 6A to the starting point.

The area of the territory comprised within the limits above described is 21 696 hectares.


(2) La Mauricie National Park of Canada

In the county municipalities of Champlain and St-Maurice, in the Seigniories of Bastican and Cap de la Madeleine and the townships at Allard, Belleau, Desaulniers, Matawin and Radnor: all that land bordered by a heavy line and dealt with as La Mauricie National Park on Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa Plan 61255, containing 53 613 hectares, more or less.


PART 7 — NEW BRUNSWICK

(1) Fundy National Park of Canada

All and singular that certain parcel or tract of land situated, lying and being in the Province of New Brunswick which may be more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at the Southeast corner of the breakwater situated on the West side of the outlet of the Upper Salmon (Alma) River; thence in a Northwesterly direction following the Easterly side of said breakwater and the Westerly shore at low tide of the said river for approximately three miles upstream to a point opposite the outlet of Lake Brook, a tributary of aforesaid river flowing from the East; thence across said river to the point of intersection between the East bank or shore of said Upper Salmon (Alma) River and the Northwest bank or shore of said Lake Brook; thence in a Northeasterly direction following the various courses of said bank or shore of said brook upstream to a point where the same intersects the East limit of the Highway Road leading from Alma and Hebron vicinity to the Old Shepody Road; thence in a Northerly direction following said limit of said Highway Road to its intersection with the Northern limit of the aforementioned Old Shepody Road; thence in a Westerly direction following said limit of said Old Shepody Road (a portion of which is now Highway Number Fourteen) to its intersection with the West limit of Lot Number Four, granted to Isaiah Wallace; thence in a Southerly direction along said limit of said lot and the Southern prolongation of same South four degrees and fifty-seven minutes West by the Magnet of the year 1947, a distance of eighty-three chains and ninety-nine links to a Beech post standing in the South limit of Lot Number Sixty-eight, granted to W.A. McManus; thence South eighty-six degrees and forty-eight minutes East along the said limit of said lot, a distance of twenty-seven chains and eighty-six links to a Spruce post standing in the West limit of Lot Letter V, granted to J. Vernon; thence along said limit of said lot South four degrees and forty-four minutes West, a distance of twelve chains and forty-two links to another Spruce post standing in the Southwest angle of said lot; thence along the South limit of said lot South eighty-six degrees and twenty-five minutes East, a distance of nine chains and eighty-seven links to a point in the Eastern bank or shore of Drummond Stream (the outlet of Point Wolfe Lake); thence in a Southerly direction along said ban or shore of said Stream to the Northeasterly bank or shore of Point Wolfe River; thence in a Southeasterly direction along said bank or shore of said River to a point opposite a tributary of said River flowing from Keyhole Lake, said outlet being approximately thirty chains below the outlet of Drummond Stream; thence across said River to the point of intersection between the Eastern bank or shore of said tributary and the Southwestern bank or shore of said River; thence in a Southerly direction following said bank or shore of said tributary and said bank or shore of Keyhole Lake to a Spruce post standing in the Southern bank or shore of said Lake; thence by the Magnet of the aforesaid year South twenty-one degrees East, a distance of twenty-four chains and twenty-nine links to another Spruce post standing in the Northern bank or shore of Meadow Lake, said lake situated on the West branch of Goose River approximately one mile above the outlet of said branch; thence in a Southerly direction following the Western bank or shore of said lake to a point in the Eastern bank or shore of the aforesaid West branch; thence in a Southerly direction following said bank or shore of said branch and said bank or shore of Goose River to the shore of the Bay of Fundy; thence in a general Easterly direction along said shore of said Bay to the Western side of the aforesaid breakwater; and thence in a Southerly and Easterly direction along said breakwater to the place of beginning.

Containing seventy-nine and one-half square miles, more or less, and situated in the Parish of Alma, County of Albert, Parishes of Waterford and Hammond, County of Kings, and Parish of St. Martins, County of Saint John.


(2) Kouchibouguac National Park of Canada

In the Province of New Brunswick;

In the County of Kent;

All those parcels described under Firstly and Secondly as follows:

Firstly:

All that parcel according to a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 61463;

said parcel containing about 23 882 hectares.

Secondly:

All that parcel designated as “Remainder of 73” on a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 59734, a copy of which is filed in the Registry Office at Richibucto as 2724A;

said parcel containing about 40.9 hectares.

Said parcels containing together about 23 922.9 hectares.


PART 8 — NOVA SCOTIA

(1) Cape Breton Highlands National Park of Canada

In the Province of Nova Scotia;

In the Counties of Inverness and Victoria;

The whole of Cape Breton Highlands National Park shown bordered red on Plan 53565 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, copies of which are registered in the Registries of Deeds at Port Hood and at Baddeck as 124-1967 and 995-A, respectively;

Saving and excepting, that parcel at Ingonish, being a part of Crown Grant No. 5219 made to Honourable T.D. Archibald, September 20, 1860, and being more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at a point on the southeastern boundary of lands conveyed by the said T.D. Archibald to the Trustees of the Roman Catholic Church at Ingonish, at a distance of 388.01 metres from the intersection of said boundary with the line of high water mark on the shore of North Bay Ingonish, said point being marked by an iron bar stamped with the letter “R”;

Thence southwesterly along the said boundary a distance of 291.694 metres;

Thence northwesterly at right angles to said southeastern bounary, following a blazed line passing approximately 2 metres south of the well on the Church property, a distance of 100.58 metres, more or less, to the northwestern boundary of the lands conveyed as aforesaid to the said Trustees;

Thence northeasterly along the said northwestern boundary a distance of 291.69 metres, more or less, to an iron bar stamped with the letter “T”, said iron bars being shown on plan 53859 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Thence at right angles to the said northwestern boundary in a southeasterly direction a distance of 100.58 metres, more or less, to the point of beginning;

Also saving and excepting, that strip of land, 6.096 metres wide, adjoining the northwestern boundary of the parcel described above, and extending from the Cabot Trail to the northwesterly extension of the line joining said iron bars “R” and “T”;

Also saving and excepting, that parcel at Ingonish designated CB-9 according to a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 65443, a copy of which is registered in the Registry of Deeds at Baddeck as P-60;

Also saving and excepting, those parcels of land at Neils Harbour designated CB-11 and CB-12 on plan No. 69189 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa a copy of which is recorded in the Registry of Deeds Office in Baddeck as Plan No. P-759.

The above described lands contain an area of 948 square kilometres, more or less.


(2) Kejimkujik National Park of Canada

In the Province of Nova Scotia;

All those parcels more particularly described under Firstly and Secondly as follows:

Firstly:

All that parcel in the counties of Annapolis, Digby and Queens, as shown on Plan 55629 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, copies of which are registered in the Registrar of Deeds Offices at Bridgetown, Weymouth and Liverpool as 74238, 1215 and 6496 respectively;

said parcel containing about 38 145.7 hectares (94,260 acres).

Secondly:

All that parcel at South West Port Mouton, Queens County, as shown on a plan of survey by David L. Crooker, N.S.L.S., a copy of which is recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa under number 70492;

said parcel containing about 2218 hectares (5,480 acres).

Said parcels containing together about 40 363.7 hectares (99,740 acres).


PART 9 — PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada

All those parcels along the northerly coast of Prince Edward Island, described under Parcel 1 to Parcel 5 as follows:

Parcel No. 1

Commencing at the most easterly intersection of the line of mean high tide along the northerly side of an indentation of New London Bay with the most westerly of the rectilinear boundaries of Parcel 1, as said intersection, indentation and boundaries are shown on Plan 51557 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which has been registered in the Office of the Registrar of Deeds for the county of Queens at Charlottetown under number 1304;

Thence westerly along said line of mean high tide and the line of mean high tide along the northerly side of New London Bay to the line of mean high tide of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, at the easterly side of the entrance to New London Bay;

Thence easterly and southeasterly along the last aforesaid line of mean high tide to its intersection with the most easterly of said rectilinear boundaries, near theesterly side of the entrance to Rustico Harbour;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction along said rectilinear boundaries to a legal survey marker on the easterly limit of a road right-of-way, commonly referred to as the Cawnpore Lane, as said marker and easterly limit of the Cawnpore Lane are shown on Plan 55710 recorded in said records, a copy of which is filed in said office under number 661;

Thence southerly along said easterly limit of the Cawnpore Lane to a legal survey marker on the north limit of the Cavendish Road, as said marker and road are shown on the last aforementioned plan;

Thence in a westerly direction along the projected north limit of the Cavendish Road to a point 20.12 metres from the last aforesaid survey marker, as said point is witnessed by standard post N.P. 12 shown on the last mentioned plan;

Thence continuing along the said rectilinear boundaries, being, in part, the westerly boundary of Lot A and the southerly boundary of Lot C, as said lots and rectilinear boundaries are shown on said plan 51557 to the point of commencement;

EXCEPT those parcels described as follows:

All that parcel lying easterly of and adjoining the easterly boundary of the Gulf Shore Road, as said parcel is shown bordered red in Detail B on last aforesaid plan;

All that parcel of land southerly of the Cavendish Cemetery as said parcel containing 0.32 hectare is shown on plan 62872 in said records, a copy of which is filed under number 3594 in said office;

Parcels 1-4-1, 1-5 and 1-6 as shown on Plan 77754 in said records, a copy of which is filed in said office under number 9246.

Parcels No. 2 & 3

Commencing at the intersection of the line of mean high tide along the easterly side of Rustico Bay with the southerly boundary of Parcel 3, as the said boundary is shown on Plan 43502 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa a copy of which is registered in the Office of the Registrar of Deeds for the County of Queens at Charlottetown under number 1005;

Thence easterly along said southerly boundary to an iron post marked XLIII, the last aforesaid post being shown on a compiled plan approved and confirmed by Bruce Wallace Waugh, Surveyor General at Ottawa, on March 18, 1953, the last aforesaid plan being recorded as 41714 in said records, a copy of which was registered on May 4, 1953, in the said office;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to an iron post marked XLIV according to the last aforesaid plan;

Thence continuing southeasterly along the production of the last aforesaid line to the line of mean high tide along the northerly side of Brackley Bay;

Thence easterly along the line of mean high tide of Brackley Bay and Covehead Bay to the line of mean high tide of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, at the westerly side of the entrance to Covehead Bay;

Thence westerly along the last aforesaid line of mean high tide, past the causeway to Rustico Island to the line of mean high tide along the easterly side of the entrance to Rustico Harbour;

Thence southerly and easterly along the last aforesaid line of mean high tide and the line of mean high tide along the northerly and easterly sides of Rustico Bay to the point of commencement.

Parcel No. 4

Commencing at the intersection of the line of mean high tide along the easterly side of Covehead Harbour with the most westerly of the landward boundaries of Parcel 4, as the last aforesaid intersection and boundaries are shown on Plan 42611 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which has been filed in the Office of the Registrar of Deeds for the county of Queens at Charlottetown under number 1804;

class="indent-1Thence in a general easterly direction along said landward boundaries to the line of mean high tide along the westerly side of Tracadie Harbour;

Thence northwesterly, westerly and southwesterly along the lines of mean high tide of Tracadie Harbour, the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Covehead Harbour respectively to the point of commencement.

Parcel No. 5

Commencing at the most northerly intersection of the line of mean high tide along the easterly side of Tracadie Bay with the east boundary of Parcel 5 distant 166.12 metres, more or less, north from a standard concrete post numbered 132-11-L, as said intersection, east boundary and post are shown on Plan 42612 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which has been filed in the Office of the Registrar of Deeds for the county of Queens at Charlottetown under number 1805;

Thence westerly, northerly and easterly along the lines of mean high tide of Tracadie Bay, Tracadie Harbour and the Gulf of St. Lawrence respectively, to said east boundary;

Thence south along said east boundary to the point of commencement.

Said parcels 1 to 5 containing together about 2 149.8 hectares (21.5 square kilometres).


PART 10 — NEWFOUNDLAND

(1) Terra Nova National Park of Canada

Firstly:

All that certain tract or parcel of land situate, lying, and being in the former districts of Bonavista North and South, in the Province of Newfoundland, as the same is shown on a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa under number 50066, a copy of said plan is also registered in the Registry of Deeds in St. John’s, Newfoundland in volume 455, folio 44; said parcel or tract contains an area of 39 627 hectares.

Secondly:

All that certain tract or parcel of land, situate, lying, and being in the District of Terra Nova, in the Province of Newfoundland, as the same is shown as Parcel A on a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa under number 69827; a copy of said plan is also filed in the Registry of Deeds in St. John’s, Newfoundland, under number 1407; said parcel or tract contains an area of 365 hectares.


(2) Gros Morne National Park of Canada

All that certain tract of land, situate, lying and being in the District of St. Barbe (formerly St. Barbe South and St. Barbe North) and Bay of Islands (formerly Humber West) in the Province of Newfoundland, shown as “Proposed Gros Morne National Park” on a plan of survey recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa under Number 69288. A copy of said plan is also filed in the Registry of Deeds Office in St. John’s, Newfoundland, under Number 1209;

Said tract or tracts contains an area of approximately 1805 square kilometres and includes the White Rock Islets and Stearing Island and excludes Parcel 4.


(3) Torngat Mountains National Park of Canada

All that parcel of land in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador shown on a descriptive map plan prepared by the Department of Natural Resources, dated November 15, 2004 and recorded in the Crown Lands Registry Office in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, under number SP 367; a copy of the plan is attached as appendix D-1 to the Agreement, as defined in section 2 of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement Act; the parcel contains an area of approximately 9 700 square kilometres.


PART 11 — YUKON

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(1) Ivvavik National Park of Canada

All latitudes and longitudes hereinafter are referred to the North American Datum of 1927; all topographic features hereinafter are according to Editions 1 of National Topographic Series Maps 117B/9, 117A/12 Cottonwood Creek, 117A/11 Welcome Mountain, 117D/3E and 3W Crow River, 117D/6E and 6W Kay Point, 117D/5E Loney Creek, 117D/11W & 117D/12E Herschel Island, 117D/12W Herschel Island, and 117C/9E and 9W Clarence Lagoon, and Edition 2 of N.T.S. Map 117A/14 Babbage River, all produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources at Ottawa, and a part of the Canada-United States International Boundary Atlas;

In Yukon;

That certain parcel of land more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection of the Canada-United States International Boundary, near monument number 26 of said boundary, with a line of watershed separating the streams flowing into the Porcupine River System from those flowing into the Beaufort Sea, at approximate latitude 68°33′25″;

Thence generally easterly following said line of watershed to its intersection with the longitude passing through Geodetic Surveys of Canada triangulation station Pete 51-A number 568051 at approximate latitude 68°37′17″; said station being on record in the Geodetic Data Bank of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources at Ottawa, having published geographic coordinate values of latitude 68°37′17.08385″ and longitude 139°44′37.86856″;

Thence north along said longitude to its intersection with the right bank of Babbage River at approximate latitude 68°38′12″;

Thence generally easterly and northerly along the sinuosities of the right bank of said river to a point on the low water mark of Phillips Bay in the Beaufort Sea, at approximate latitude 69°14′55″ and approximate longitude 138°26′20″;

Thence southwesterly and generally northwesterly along the low water mark of said bay to a point being at the most northerly extremity of Catton Point, at approximate latitude 69°30′14″ and approximate longitude 139°06′37″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line, in Workboat Passage between Herschel Island and the mainland, to a point on the low water mark, at the most easterly extremity of an unnamed island south of Avadlek Spit, said point being at approximate latitude 69°32′20″ and approximate longitude 139°18′40″;

Thence westerly along said low water mark on the north side of said unnamed island and continuing westerly across the waters and along the low water mark on the north side of a series of unnamed islands to the easterly extremity of Nunaluk Spit at approximate latitude 69°33′17″ and approximate longitude 139°31′16″ (The north boundary of Ivvavik National Park between said series of islands is defined as being a straight line running westerly from the most northwesterly point of an island to the most northeasterly point of the next island);

Thence generally westerly along the low water mark on the north side of Nunaluk Spit and the coast of the Beaufort Sea to its intersection with the Canada-United States International Boundary at approximate latitude 69°39′00″;

Thence south along said international boundary to the point of commencement;

Said parcel including all shoals, islands, sandbars and spits that may be periodically exposed at low tide within 3.5 kilometres of the shore and all islands, sandbars and spits lying within Phillips Bay, but not including Herschel Island and its sandbars spits and immediately adjoining islets;

Said parcel containing about 9750 square kilometres.

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(2) Vuntut National Park of Canada

All latitudes and longitudes hereinafter described are referred to the North American Datum of 1927; all topographic features hereinafter referred to being according to Edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Maps 117A/3, 117A/4, 117A/5, 117A/6, 117A/11, 117A/12, 117B/1, 117B/8 and 117B/9 produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources at Ottawa, and a part of the Canada-United States International Boundary Atlas;

In Yukon;

That parcel of land more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the point on the Canada-United States International Boundary near monument number 26 of said boundary and a line of watershed separating the streams flowing into the Porcupine River System from those flowing into the Beaufort Sea, at approximate latitude 68°33′25″;

Thence generally easterly following said line of watershed to the northeasterly production of the right bank of an unnamed tributary of Black Fox Creek at approximate latitude 68°29′52″ and approximate longitude 138°22′31″;

Thence southwesterly along said northeasterly production, and generally southwesterly along the right bank of said tributary to the right bank of Black Fox Creek;

Thence generally southwesterly along the right bank of Black Fox Creek to the left bank of the Old Crow River;

Thence generally northwesterly, southwesterly and northwesterly along the left bank of the Old Crow River to said International Boundary;

Thence north along said International Boundary to the point of commencement;

Said parcel containing about 4345 square kilometres.


(3) Kluane National Park of Canada

In Yukon;

Such portion of the Kluane National Park Reserve of Canada described in Schedule 2 as is identified as lands for a national park in the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations Final Agreement, given effect by the Yukon First Nations Land Claims Settlement Act.

And such other portions of the said reserve as are identified as lands for a national park in final agreements with other first nations that are given effect under the Yukon First Nations Land Claims Settlement Act.


PART 12 — NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

(1) Aulavik National Park of Canada

In the Northwest Territories;

On Banks Island;

All that parcel being more particularly described as follows; all topographic features hereinafter referred to being according to the First Edition of the Cape M’Clure map sheet, and the Second Edition of the Mercy Bay, White Sand Creek, Deans Dundas Bay, Jesse Harbour and Bernard River map sheets, 98E, 88F, 88C, 88B, 98A and 98D and C of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources at Ottawa (map sheets 98E, 88B and 88C being produced by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E.). All co-ordinates are derived from the above mentioned map sheet series being referred to the North American Datum of 1927.

Commencing at a point on the ordinary low water mark of M’Clure Strait at the mouth of an unnamed creek at approximate latitude 74°16′37″ north and approximate longitude 117°58′44″ west;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line an approximate distance of 28 kilometres to a point at latitude 74°02′51″orth and longitude 117°38′20″ west;

Thence southerly in a straight line an approximate distance of 24 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°50′00″ north and longitude 117°38′00″ west;

Thence west in a straight line an approximate distance of 11 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°50′00″ north and longitude 118°00′00″ west;

Thence south in a straight line an approximate distance of 48 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°24′00″ north and longitude 118°00′00″ west;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line an approximate distance of 23 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°16′00″ north and longitude 118°32′00″ west;

Thence west in a straight line an approximate distance of 21 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°16′00″ north and longitude 119°12′00″ west;

Thence south in a straight line an approximate distance of 35 kilometres to a point at latitude 72°57′00″ north and longitude 119°12′00″ west;

Thence west in a straight line an approximate distance of 32 kilometres to a point at latitude 72°57′00″ north and longitude 120°10′00″ west;

Thence north in a straight line an approximate distance of 47 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°22′00″ north and longitude 120°10′00″ west;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line an approximate distance of 30 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°30′00″ north and longitude 121°00′00″ west;

Thence north in a straight line an approximate distance of 6 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°33′00″ north and longitude 121°00′00″ west;

Thence west in a straight line an approximate distance of 8 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°33′00″ north and longitude 121°15′00″ west;

Thence north in a straight line an approximate distance of 4 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°35′00″ north and longitude 121°15′00″ west;

Thence west in a straight line an approximate distance of 10 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°35′00″ north and longitude 121°35′00″ west;

Thence north in a straight line an approximate distance of 13 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°42′00″ north and longitude 121°35′00″ west;

Thence east in a straight line an approximate distance of 11 kilometres to a point at latitude 73°42′00″ north and longitude 121°14′00″ west;

Thence north in a straight line an approximate distance of 86 kilometres to a point at latitude 74°28′00″ north and longitude 121°14′00″ west;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line an approximate distance of 6 kilometres to the point of intersection of the ordinary low water mark on the south side of M’Clure Strait with latitude 74°29′00″ north at approximate longitude 121°02′56″ west;

Thence southeasterly following the ordinary low water mark of the south side of M’Clure Strait to the western end of the sand or gravel bar located at the mouth of Castel Bay, at approximate latitude 74°14′29″ north and approximate longitude 119°40′00″ west;

Thence easterly along the northerly side of said sand or gravel bar extending across the mouth of Castel Bay and the ordinary low water mark of M’Clure Strait to the most northerly tip of Mahogany Point;

Thence easterly, southerly, easterly, northerly and northeasterly following the ordinary low water mark of the south side of M’Clure Strait and the westerly, southerly and easterly sides of Mercy Bay and the said south side of M’Clure Strait to the point of commencement.

Containing approximately 12 200 square kilometres.


(2) Tuktut Nogait National Park of Canada

In the Northwest Territories;

In the Inuvialuit Settlement Region;

All that parcel being more particularly described as follows: (Geographic coordinates are North American Datum of 1927):

Commencing at a point being the intersection of the shoreline of Amundsen Gulf and the mouth of the Outwash River at approximate latitude 69°33′ north and approximate longitude 120°40′51″ west, the said point being a corner of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region as described in Annex A-1 of the Agreement referred to in the Western Arctic (Inuvialuit) Claims Settlement Act (S.C. 1984, c. 24);

Thence south in a straight line along the limit of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region to a point at latitude 68°00′ north and approximate longitude 120°40′51″ west (said point being a corner of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region);

Thence west along latitude 68°00′ north, also being the limit of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, to its intersection with longitude 122°05′ west;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point having a latitude of 68°30′ north and longitude 123°20′ west;

Thence north along longitude 123°20′ west to its intersection with the surveyed boundary of the Paulatuk 7(1)(b) lands at approximate latitude 69°00′ north;

Thence easterly along the surveyed boundary of the Paulatuk lands to the surveyed corner at approximate latitude 69°00′ north and approximate longitude 123°10′ west;

Thence northerly along the surveyed boundary of the Paulatuk 7(1)(b) and 7(1)(a) lands to the surveyed corner of the 7(1)(b) lands at approximate latitude 69°19′ north and approximate longitude 123°10′ west;

Thence easterly, northerly, northeasterly, easterly and southeasterly along the surveyed boundary of Paulatuk 7(1)(b) lands to its intersection with the middle thread of the Outwash River at approximate latitude 69°27′46″ north and approximate longitude 120°51′51″ west;

Thence northerly and easterly along the middle thread of the Outwash River to the point of commencement.

Said parcel containing about 16 340 square kilometres.


PART 13 — NUNAVUT

(1) Sirmilik National Park of Canada

In Nunavut;

All those parcels described as Parts I to IV as follows:


Part I

On Baffin Island;

All that parcel being more particularly described as follows: All topographic features hereinafter referred to being according to the first edition of the Pond Inlet and Icebound Lakes map sheets, 38B and 37G of the National Topographic System, as shown on sheets 13 and 10 of 237 respectively of maps recorded in the Land Titles Office at Yellowknife as 2405-13 and 2405-10 respectively, copies of which are recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 77288. All co-ordinates are derived from the above mentioned map sheets and are referred to the 1927 North American Datum.

Commencing at boundary monument 177PI as shown on Plan of Parcel PI-24 recorded in said records as 82874, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3405;

Thence on a bearing of 114°10′31″, a distance of 27 201.56 metres to boundary monument 176PI as shown on said plan;

Thence southeasterly to a height of land at approximate latitude 72°14′30″ and approximate longtude 77°11′00″;

Thence southeasterly to a height of land at approximate latitude 72°11′00″ and approximate longitude 76°26′00″;

Thence southwesterly to a height of land at approximate latitude 71°46′20″ and approximate longitude 76°52′00″;

Thence westerly to boundary monument 66PI as shown on Plan of Parcel PI-12 recorded in said records as 82872, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3408;

Thence on a bearing of 9°49′13″, a distance of 3 294.30 metres to boundary monument 75PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 275°21′29″, a distance of 5 412.98 metres to boundary monument 74PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 336°45′38″, a distance of 7 679.00 metres to boundary monument 73PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 73°57′32″, a distance of 6 381.74 metres to boundary monument 72PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 319°32′01″, a distance of 4 199.38 metres to boundary monument 71PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 256°10′48″, a distance of 12 526.34 metres to boundary monument 70PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 168°47′25″, a distance of 6 127.41 metres to boundary monument 69PI as shown on said plan;

Thence northwesterly along the sinuosity of the ordinary high water mark of Paquet Bay and northerly along the sinuosity of the ordinary high water mark of the easterly coast of Tay Sound to boundary monument 162PI as shown on Plan of Parcel PI-22 recorded in said records as 82873, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3409;

Thence on a bearing of 77°20′14″, a distance of 2 062.04 metres to boundary monument 161PI being at the intersection of the ordinary high water mark of an unnamed lake and the ordinary high water mark of the left bank of an unnamed stream at the southerly extremity of said unnamed lake as shown on said plan;

Thence northerly along the ordinary high water mark of the western shore of said lake to its intersection with the ordinary high water mark of the left bank of an unnamed stream, and continuing northerly along the ordinary high water mark of the left bank of said stream to point 220028LWM as shown on sheet 8 of 13 of a Descriptive Map Plan registered in said office as 2690, a copy of which is recorded in said records as 77971, said point being further described as the intersection of the ordinary high water mark of the left bank of said stream with the ordinary high water mark of Tay Sound at approximate latitude 72°19′55″ and approximate longitude 78°43′50″;

Thence northeasterly along the sinuosity of the ordinary high water mark of Tay Sound to the northerly extremity of the promontory known as Oorbignaluk Headland at approximate latitude 72°22′00″ and approximate longitude 78°36′15″;

Thence northeasterly across Oliver Sound to boundary monument 177PI being the point of commencement as shown on said Plan of Parcel PI-24.

Said parcel described under Part I containing about 3 144 square kilometres.


Part II

On Bylot Island;

All that parcel being more particularly described as follows:

All topographic features hereinafter referred to being according to the first editions of the Pond Inlet and Milne Inlet map sheets 38B and 48A and the second edition of the Navy Board Inlet map sheet 48D of the National Topographic System, as shown on sheets 13, 27 and 30 of 237 respectively of maps recorded in the Land Titles Office at Yellowknife as 2405-13, 2405-27 and 2405-30 respectively, copies of which are recrded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 77288, as well as the second edition of Bylot Island map sheet 38C of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources (formerly Department of Mines and Technical Surveys) at Ottawa. All co-ordinates are derived from the above mentioned map sheets and are referred to the 1927 North American Datum.

Commencing at boundary monument 179PI as shown on Plan of Parcel PI-28 recorded in said records as 82875, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3407;

Thence westerly, northwesterly, northerly, easterly and southeasterly along the sinuosity of the ordinary high water mark of Eclipse Sound, Navy Board Inlet and Baffin Bay to boundary monument 36PI as shown on Plan of Parcel PI-29 recorded in said records as 82871, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3406;

Thence on a bearing of 210°17′11″, a distance of 8 786.12 metres to boundary monument 35PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 249°38′15″, a distance of 7 882.77 metres to boundary monument 34PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 200°27′17″, a distance of 3 248.81 metres to boundary monument 33PI as shown on said plan;

Thence westerly along the ordinary high water mark of Pond Inlet and the northerly coast of Eclipse Sound to boundary monument 183PI as shown on said Plan of Parcel PI-28 recorded in said records as 82875, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3407;

Thence on a bearing of 6°14′21″, a distance of 6 754.00 metres to boundary monument 182PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 258°41′12″, a distance of 12 600.00 metres to boundary monument 181PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 220°58′27″, a distance of 7 475.51 metres to boundary monument 180PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 26°14′23″, a distance of 13 892.64 metres to boundary monument 179PI as shown on said plan, being the point of commencement.

SAVING AND EXCEPTING a parcel of land known as Polar Sport Hunt Camp situated in the vicinity of Cape Walter Bathurst, in accordance with article 14.3.1 of An Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement between the Inuit of the Nunavut Settlement Area and Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, signed in Pond Inlet on the 12th day of August, 1999, said parcel being more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the intersection of longitude 76°48′00″ and the ordinary high water mark of Baffin Bay at approximate latitude 73°19′30″;

Thence south in a straight line to the intersection of said longitude with latitude 73°18′00″;

Thence west in a straight line to the intersection of said latitude with the ordinary high water mark of the right bank of an unnamed stream at approximate longitude 76°57′30″;

Thence northeasterly along the ordinary high water mark of the right bank of said unnamed stream to its intersection with the ordinary high water mark of Bathurst Bay at approximate latitude 73°19′00″ and approximate longitude 76°56′00″;

Thence easterly along the sinuosity of the ordinary high water mark of Bathurst Bay and Baffin Bay to the point of commencement.

Said parcel containing about 11 square kilometres.

The remainder of the parcel described under Part II containing about 10 858 square kilometres.


Part III

On Baffin Island;

All that parcel being more particularly described as follows: All topographic features hereinafter referred to being acording to the first edition of the Milne Inlet map sheet 48A and the second edition of the Navy Board Inlet map sheet 48D of the National Topographic System, as shown on sheets 27 and 30 of 237 respectively of maps recorded in the Land Titles Office at Yellowknife as 2405-27 and 2405-30 respectively, copies of which are recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 77288. All co-ordinates are derived from the above mentioned map sheets and are referred to the 1927 North American Datum.

Commencing at boundary monument 233PI as shown on Plan of Parcel PI-37 recorded in said records as 82243, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3382;

Thence on a bearing of 190°09′21″, a distance of 15 449.93 metres to boundary monument 232PI as shown on said plan 82243;

Thence on a bearing of 132°49′06″, a distance of 6 249.07 metres to boundary monument 231PI as shown on said plan;

Thence southerly along the sinuosity of the ordinary high water mark of the westerly coast of Navy Board Inlet to its intersection with the ordinary high water mark of the right bank of an unnamed stream at approximate latitude 72°50′20″ and approximate longitude 80°30′25″;

Thence westerly to a height of land at approximate latitude 72°47′25″ and approximate longitude 81°05′55″;

Thence southwesterly to a height of land at approximate latitude 72°44′50″ and approximate longitude 81°17′15″;

Thence southerly to a height of land at approximate latitude 72°37′35″ and approximate longitude 81°26′00″;

Thence southwesterly to a height of land at approximate latitude 72°33′45″ and approximate longitude 81°40′45″;

Thence northwesterly to boundary monument 236PI as shown on Plan of Parcel PI-38 recorded in said records as 82190, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3373;

Thence on a bearing of 288°11′00″, a distance of 15 138.35 metres to boundary monument 235PI as shown on said Plan 82190;

Thence northwesterly to a height of land at approximate latitude 72°41′35″ and approximate longitude 82°32′15″;

Thence northwesterly to a height of land at approximate latitude 72°50′35″ and approximate longitude 82°53′40″;

Thence northerly to a height of land at approximate latitude 72°59′00″ and approximate longitude 82°50′10″;

Thence northwesterly to boundary monument 50AB as shown on Plan of Parcel AB-07 recorded in said records as 82170, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3369;

Thence on a bearing of 329°30′48″, a distance of 3 944.92 metres to boundary monument 49AB as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 313°44′26″, a distance of 10 583.47 metres to boundary monument 48AB as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 54°52′23″, a distance of 6 908.85 metres to boundary monument 47AB as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 79°50′50″, a distance of 5 757.86 metres to boundary monument 46AB as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 340°19′51″, a distance of 6 498.32 metres to boundary monument 45AB as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 268°38′30″, a distance of 6 114.03 metres to boundary monument 44AB as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 224°25′02″, a distance of 4 032.53 to boundary monument 43AB as shown on said plan;

Thence on bearing of 251°44′36″, a distance of 5 093.84 metres to boundary monument 42AB as shown on said plan;

Thence northerly and northwesterly along the sinuosity of the ordinary high water mark oflwin Inlet to its intersection with the southwesterly production of the southeasterly boundary of Parcel AB-08 between boundary monuments 54AB and 55AB as shown on Plan of said parcel recorded in said records as 82171, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3377;

Thence northeasterly along said production to boundary monument 55AB as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 49°54′41″, a distance of 17 629.52 metres to boundary monument 54AB as shown on said plan;

Thence northeasterly along the ordinary high water mark of Admiralty Inlet to boundary monument 59AB as shown on Plan of Parcel AB-09 recorded in said records as 82172, a copy of which is field in said office as 3362;

Thence on a bearing of 112°53′16″, a distance of 8 947.05 metres to boundary monument 58AB as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 22°54′26″, a distance of 14 326.67 metres to boundary monument 57AB as shown on said plan;

Thence easterly along the ordinary high water mark of Lancaster Sound to boundary monument 248PI as shown on Plan of Parcel PI-40 recorded in said records as 82244, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3381;

Thence on a bearing of 168°17′55″, a distance of 11 388.34 metres to boundary monument 247PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 149°04′08″, a distance of 8 452.73 metres to boundary monument 246PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 104°40′01″, a distance of 5 426.72 metres to boundary monument 245PI as shown on said plan;

Thence southerly along the ordinary high water mark of Navy Board Inlet to boundary monument 244PI as shown on Plan of Parcel PI-39 recorded in said records as 82191, a copy of which is filed in said office as 3370;

Thence on a bearing of 287°33′31″, a distance of 1 381.24 metres to boundary monument 243PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 250°07′54″, a distance of 6 296.69 metres to boundary monument 242PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 174°19′10″, a distance of 8 672.30 metres to boundary monument 241PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 147°14′04″, a distance of 2 882.61 metres to boundary monument 240PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 166°48′38″, a distance of 3 785.15 metres to boundary monument 239PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 105°46′59″, a distance of 1 405.05 metres to boundary monument 238PI as shown on said plan;

Thence on a bearing of 53°38′52″, a distance of 2 027.07 metres to boundary monument 237PI as shown on said plan;

Thence southeasterly along the ordinary high water mark of Navy Board Inlet to the point of commencement.

Said parcel described under Part III containing about 8 031 square kilometres.


Part IV

On Baffin Island;

All that parcel being more particularly described as follows: All topographic features hereinafter referred to being according to the second edition of the Arctic Bay and Navy Board Inlet map sheets, 48C and 48D of the National Topographic System, as shown on sheets 29 and 30 of 237 respectively of maps recorded in the Land Titles Office at Yellowknife as 2405-29 and 2405-30 respectively, copies of which are recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 77288. All co-ordinates are derived from the above mentioned map sheets and are referred to 1927 North American Datum.

Commencing at point 226017RWM as shown on sheet 2 of 15 of a Descriptive Map Plan registered in said offie as 2686, a copy of which is recorded in said records as 77419, said point being further described as the intersection of the ordinary high water mark of the west coast of Elwin Inlet and the ordinary high water mark of the right bank of an unnamed stream at approximate latitude 73°18′45″ and approximate longitude 83°39′50″;

Thence southwesterly to point 226016HL as shown on said sheet 2 of 15, said point being further described as a height of land at approximate latitude 73°17′55″ and approximate longitude 83°41′05″;

Thence westerly to a height of land at approximate latitude 73°18′20″ and approximate longitude 83°45′30″;

Thence northerly to a height of land at approximate latitude 73°23′00″ and approximate longitude 83°47′35″;

Thence northwesterly to the summit of Nautilus Mountain at approximate latitude 73°25′50″ and approximate longitude 84°08′25″;

Thence westerly in a straight line passing through a height of land at approximate latitude 73°23′25″ and approximate longitude 84°33′00″ to the ordinary high water mark of the northeast coast of Baillarge Bay;

Thence northerly, northeasterly and southeasterly along the sinuosity of the ordinary high water mark of the easterly coast of Baillarge Bay, the southeasterly coast of Admiralty Inlet, and the southwesterly coast of Elwin Inlet to the point of commencement.

Said parcel described under Part IV containing about 167 square kilometres.

Said parcels described under Parts I, II, III and IV containing together about 22 200 square kilometres.


(2) Auyuittuq National Park of Canada

In Nunavut;

On, and adjacent to, Cumberland Peninsula of Baffin Island;

All that parcel being more particularly described as follows: all topographic features hereinafter referred to being according to the first editions of the Pangnirtung, Clearwater Fiord, Nedlukseak Fiord, Ekalugad Fiord, Home Bay, Okoa Bay, Padloping Island and Cape Dyer map sheets 26I, 26J, 26O, 27B, 27A, 26P, 16M & N, and 16L & K respectively of the National Topographic System, as shown on sheets 83, 84, 88, 91, 90, 89, 65 and 64 of 237 respectively of maps recorded in the Land Titles Office at Yellowknife as 2405-83, 2405-84, 2405-88, 2405-91, 2405-90, 2405-89, 2405-65 and 2405-64 respectively, copies of which are recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 77288, as well as the first edition of Isurtuq River map sheet 26N of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250 000 by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources (formerly Department of Mines and Technical Surveys) at Ottawa. All co-ordinates are derived from the above mentioned map sheets and are referred to the 1927 North American Datum.

Commencing at the summit of Overlord Peak, located at the northeasterly end of Pangnirtung Fiord, at approximate latitude 66°22′40″ and approximate longitude 65°26′20″;

Thence northwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 372 metres, at approximate latitude 66°24′00″ and approximate longitude 65°33′20″;

Thence northerly to the summit of Aegir Peak, at approximate latitude 66°24′50″ and approximate longitude 65°33′40″;

Thence northerly to the summit of Niord Peak, at approximate latitude 66°26′20″ and approximate longitude 65°34′00″;

Thence northerly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 219 metres, at approximate latitude 66°29′30″ and approximate longitude 65°33′30″;

Thence northeasterly to the summit of Mount Odin, at approximate latitude 66°32′40″ and approximate longitud 65°25′30″;

Thence northeasterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 676 metres, at approximate latitude 66°34′00″ and approximate longitude 65°22′00″;

Thence northeasterly to the summit of Freya Peak, at approximate latitude 66°38′40″ and approximate longitude 65°15′20″;

Thence westerly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 981 metres, at approximate latitude 66°38′50″ and approximate longitude 65°27′40″;

Thence northwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 524 metres, at approximate latitude 66°42′20″ and approximate longitude 65°43′00″;

Thence southwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 853 metres, at approximate latitude 66°39′00″ and approximate longitude 66°01′20″;

Thence southwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 549 metres, at approximate latitude 66°35′30″ and approximate longitude 66°08′00″;

Thence northwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 427 metres, at approximate latitude 66°38′20″ and approximate longitude 66°23′20″;

Thence northerly to a peak having an elevation of about 853 metres, at approximate latitude 66°44′30″ and approximate longitude 66°22′40″;

Thence northwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 158 metres, at approximate latitude 66°55′10″ and approximate longitude 66°34′30″;

Thence northwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 067 metres, at approximate latitude 67°02′00″ and approximate longitude 66°39′40″;

Thence westerly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 067 metres, at approximate latitude 67°01′30″ and approximate longitude 66°54′00″;

Thence northwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 914 metres, at approximate latitude 67°08′50″ and approximate longitude 67°11′20″;

Thence westerly to a peak having an elevation of about 610 metres, at approximate latitude 67°09′10″ and approximate longitude 67°21′40″;

Thence northwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 762 metres, at approximate latitude 67°17′50″ and approximate longitude 67°30′20″;

Thence northwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 762 metres, at approximate latitude 67°25′30″ and approximate longitude 67°40′40″;

Thence northwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 792 metres, at approximate latitude 67°35′30″ and approximate longitude 68°03′00″;

Thence northwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 732 metres, at approximate latitude 67°46′00″ and approximate longitude 68°14′00″;

Thence northerly to a peak having an elevation of about 975 metres, at approximate latitude 67°57′00″ and approximate longitude 68°12′30″;

Thence northerly to a peak having an elevation of about 914 metres, at approximate latitude 68°05′00″ and approximate longitude 68°06′30″;

Thence northeasterly to a peak at approximate latitude 68°12′00″ and approximate longitude 67°50′40″, the last aforesaid peak being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 1 590 feet shown on said Home Bay map sheet;

Thence northeasterly to a peak having an elevation of about 792 metres, at approximate latitude 68°14′00″ and approximate longitude 67°40′00″;

Thence northeasterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 036 metres, at approximate latitude 68°17′20″ and approximate longitude 67°23′00″;

Thence northeasterly to a peak having an elevation of about 792 metres, atpproximate latitude 68°19′00″ and approximate longitude 67°15′00″;

Thence easterly to the ordinary low water mark at the easterly extremity of a point of land at the northerly coast of the entrance to Confederation Fiord, said extremity being at approximate latitude 68°19′40″ and approximate longitude 67°01′00″;

Thence due south to a point on the ordinary low water mark along the southerly coast of the entrance to said Confederation Fiord, the last aforesaid point being at approximate latitude 68°17′30″ and approximate longitude 67°01′00″;

Thence first easterly, then southeasterly, then southerly along the sinuosity of the ordinary low water mark of the southwesterly coast of Home Bay to its intersection with latitude 68°09′30″, at approximate longitude 66°50′30″;

Thence southeasterly to the ordinary low water mark at the westerly extremity of a point of land at the easterly coast of the entrance to an unnamed fiord, said extremity being at approximate latitude 68°08′20″ and approximate longitude 66°37′00″;

Thence in general northeasterly and southeasterly directions, along the last aforesaid low water mark, to the easterly extremity of a point of land at approximate latitude 68°07′20″ and approximate longitude 66°18′40″;

Thence southeasterly to the intersection of longitude 66°17′00″ with the ordinary low water mark along the southerly coast of the entrance to an unnamed fiord, at approximate latitude 68°05′10″;

Thence in general easterly and southerly directions, along the last aforesaid low water mark, to the easterly extremity of a point of land along the westerly coast of Nedlukseak Fiord, at approximate latitude 68°00′50″ and approximate longitude 66°11′00″;

Thence easterly across the entrance to Nedlukseak Fiord, to the ordinary low water mark at the westerly extremity of a point of land at approximate latitude 68°01′20″ and approximate longitude 66°03′00″;

Thence in general easterly, northeasterly and southerly directions, along the last aforesaid low water mark, to the easterly extremity of a point of land at approximate latitude 67°59′30″ and approximate longitude 65°58′40″;

Thence southerly to the intersection of latitude 67°56′30″ with the ordinary low water mark of Okoa Bay, at approximate longitude 66°00′00″;

Thence easterly to the point where said latitude 67°56′30″ intersects the ordinary low water mark along the easterly coast of Okoa Bay at approximate longitude 65°46′00;

Thence in general northerly, easterly, southeasterly, northeasterly, easterly and southeasterly directions, along the ordinary low water marks of Okoa Bay and Davis Strait, to the easterly extremity of a point of land at approximate latitude 67°58′30″ and approximate longitude 65°27′00″;

Thence southeasterly to the ordinary low water mark at the westerly extremity of Nunatsiaq island, at approximate latitude 67°57′50″ and approximate longitude 65°26′00″;

Thence in general southeasterly, northerly, easterly, southerly, easterly and northeasterly directions, along the last aforesaid low water mark, to the easterly extremity of said island at approximate latitude 67°59′30″ and approximate longitude 65°12′00″;

Thence easterly to the ordinary low water mark at the southerly extremity of a point of land, at approximate latitude 67°59′20″ and approximate longitude 65°09′20″;

Thence in general northwesterly, northerly, northeasterly, southerly, easterly, northerly, easterly and southeasterly directions, along the last aforesaid low water mark, to the easterly extremity of Kangeeak Point at apprximate latitude 67°58′30″ and approximate longitude 64°42′40″;

Thence continuing along the last aforesaid low water mark in general southwesterly and westerly directions to its intersection with longitude 64°55′00″, at approximate latitude 67°55′40″;

Thence southerly to the ordinary low water mark at the easterly extremity of a point of land, at approximate latitude 67°55′10″ and approximate longitude 64°55′30″;

Thence in a general southwesterly direction along the last aforesaid low water mark to its intersection with latitude 67°51′00″ at approximate longitude 65°03′00″;

Thence southeasterly to the ordinary low water mark at the northerly extremity of a point of land at the easterly coast of the entrance to Quajon Fiord, the last aforesaid extremity being at approximate latitude 67°47′20″ and approximate longitude 64°55′00″;

Thence in general easterly and southerly directions along the last aforesaid low water mark to a point at approximate longitude 64°49′20″, the last aforesaid point being due east of a peak having an elevation of about 762 metres and being located at approximate latitude 67°44′30″ and approximate longitude 64°51′30″;

Thence due west to the last aforesaid peak;

Thence southwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 372 metres, at approximate latitude 67°39′20″ and approximate longitude 65°01′00″;

Thence southeasterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 219 metres, at approximate latitude 67°29′00″ and approximate longitude 64°42′30″;

Thence southeasterly to a peak at approximate latitude 67°22′00″ and approximate longitude 64°29′00″, the last aforesaid peak being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 4 525 feet shown on said Okoa Bay map sheet and being on the height of land forming the northerly limit of the watershed area of Maktak Fiord;

Thence in a general easterly direction along the last aforesaid height of land to a peak having an elevation of about 762 metres, at approximate latitude 67°20′00″ and approximate longitude 64°03′20″;

Thence southeasterly to the ordinary low water mark at the easterly extremity of a point of land at the northerly coast of the entrance to North Pangnirtung Fiord, the last aforesaid extremity being at approximate latitude 67°16′00″ and approximate longitude 63°57′20″;

Thence southerly, across North Pangnirtung Fiord, to a peak having an elevation of about 610 metres, at approximate latitude 67°11′00″ and approximate longitude 63°55′20″;

Thence southeasterly to a peak having an elevation of about 762 metres, at approximate latitude 67°07′20″ and approximate longitude 63°48′40″;

Thence southerly to a peak at approximate latitude 67°02′20″ and approximate longitude 63°52′20″, the last aforesaid peak being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 4,364 feet shown on said Padloping Island map sheet;

Thence southerly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 219 metres, at approximate latitude 66°55′00″ and approximate longitude 63°56′00″;

Thence southwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 067 metres, at approximate latitude 66°50′40″ and approximate longitude 64°08′40″;

Thence southwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 524 metres, at approximate latitude 66°42′40″ and approximate longitude 64°35′00″;

Thence southwesterly to the summit of Mount Fleming, at approximate latitude 66°41′00″ and approximate longitude 64°41′00″;

Thence southwesterly t a peak having an elevation of about 1 981 metres, at approximate latitude 66°34′20″ and approximate longitude 65°04′30″;

Thence southwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 676 metres, at approximate latitude 66°29′40″ and approximate longitude 65°10′30″;

Thence westerly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 829 metres, at approximate latitude 66°28′40″ and approximate longitude 65°19′30″;

Thence southwesterly to a peak having an elevation of about 1 219 metres, at approximate latitude 66°26′40″ and approximate longitude 65°26′00″;

Thence southerly to the point of commencement;

Saving and excepting those parcels described in Schedule 8-1 of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement, said parcels being more particularly described as follows:

Narpaing and Quajon Fiords, the inlet between Quajon Fiord and Inuit Owned Lands Parcel BI-38/26P, the islands in those fiords and inlet, Kivitoo Harbour and Kivitoo DEW Line Site; and

Inuit Owned Land Parcels:

Bi-20/26p,27a

Bi-23/26o,27a

Bi-24/26o,27a

Bi-25/26o27a

Bi-38/26p

Said Auyuittuq National Park of Canada containing about 13 089 square kilometres.


(3) Quttinirpaaq National Park of Canada

In Nunavut;

On Ellesmere Island;

All topographic features being according to the Gazetteer of Canada (Northwest Territories) First Edition, Ottawa 1980 and to National Topographic Series Maps, (120 C&D Lady Franklin Bay), (120 E Robeson Channel), (120 F&G Clements Markham Inlet), (340 E&H M’Clintock Inlet) and (340 D Tanquary Fiord) produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources at Ottawa;

All that part of said Ellesmere Island, including a part of the Arctic Ocean, the bays, the fiords, Discovery Harbour, the inlets, the rivers, the lakes, the islands and all the streams that lie within the boundaries which may be more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the summit of Mount Thompson located at approximate latitude 81°15′ and approximate longitude 76°57′;

Thence southeasterly to the summit of Mount Koch at approximate latitude 81°11′ and approximate longitude 75°20′;

Thence easterly to the summit of Mount Neville at approximate latitude 81°10′ and approximate longitude 70°33′;

Thence easterly to a point on the ordinary low water mark of Beatrix Bay at the mouth of an unnamed stream that flows into Beatrix Bay at approximate latitude 81°11′ and approximate longitude 70°12′;

Thence generally northeasterly following the ordinary low water mark along the north side of Beatrix Bay and Archer Fiord to the most easterly point of the promontory on the southwest side of Simmonds Bay at approximate latitude 81°14′ and approximate longitude 69°18′;

Thence northeasterly across Simmonds Bay to the most southerly point on the ordinary low water mark on the north side of Archer Fiord at approximate latitude 81°15′ and approximate longitude 69°09′;

Thence generally northeasterly following the ordinary low water mark along the northern side of Archer Fiord to its most northeasterly point at Keppel Head at approximate latitude 81°31′ and approximate longitude 66°37′;

Thence northeasterly across Lady Franklin Bay to the most southerly point on the ordinary low water mark at Distant Cape at approximate latitude 81°43′ and approximate longitude 64°27′;

class="indent-1-Thence generally northeasterly following the ordinary low water mark along Watercourse Bay on the northern side of Robeson Channel to its most easterly point at Cape Murchison at approximate latitude 81°46′ and approximate longitude 64°06′;

Thence northeasterly across St. Patrick Bay to the most southerly point on the ordinary low water mark near Cartmel Point at approximate latitude 81°47′ and approximate longitude 64°02′;

Thence generally northeasterly following the ordinary low water mark along the northern side of Robeson Channel to a point at the entrance of Wrangel Bay at approximate latitude 81°58′30″ and approximate longitude 62°32′;

Thence northwesterly to a point at latitude 82°03′00″ and longitude 63°01′00″ being approximately 990.5 metres on an approximate azimuth of 231°14′31″ from an unnamed peak having an elevation of about 655 metres at approximate latitude 82°03′ and approximate longitude 62°58′;

Thence northwesterly to an unnamed peak having an elevation of about 732 metres at approximate latitude 82°09′ and approximate longitude 63°35′;

Thence northwesterly to the summit of Mount Eugene at approximate latitude 82°25′ and approximate longitude 66°47′;

Thence northwesterly to a point on the ordinary low water mark on the south side of Clements Markham Inlet at longitude 68°00′00″ and approximate latitude 82°39′;

Thence due north along said longitude 68°00′00″ and across Clements Markham Inlet to a point on the ordinary low water mark on the north side of Clements Markham Inlet at approximate latitude 82°42′;

Thence generally northeasterly following the ordinary low water mark along the northern side of Clements Markham Inlet to its most northerly point at Cape Colan at approximate latitude 82°55′ and approximate longitude 66°20′;

Thence northwesterly in the Arctic Ocean to the intersection of latitude 83°09′00″ and longitude 70°00′00″;

Thence westerly in the Arctic Ocean to the intersection of latitude 83°09′00″ and longitude 74°20′00″;

Thence southwesterly in the Arctic Ocean to the intersection of latitude 83°05′00″ and longitude 77°10′00″;

Thence southwesterly to the most northerly point on the ordinary low water mark at the entrance of M’Clintock Inlet near Borup Point at approximate latitude 82°56′ and approximate longitude 77°47′;

Thence southerly to the summit of Mount Ayles at approximate latitude 82°43′ and approximate longitude 77°18′;

Thence southerly to an unnamed peak having an elevation of about 1,829 metres at approximate latitude 82°31′ and approximate longitude 77°04′;

Thence due south to an unnamed peak having an elevation of about 1,676 metres at approximate latitude 81°49′ and approximate longitude 77°04′;

Thence southwesterly to an unnamed peak having an elevation of about 1,524 metres at approximate latitude 81°34′ and approximate longitude 79°03′;

Thence southeasterly to triangulation station number 629232 (established by the Geodetic Survey Division of the Earth Sciences Sector, Natural Resources Canada at Ottawa, the geographic coordinates of said station being at latitude 81°18′38.8738″ and longitude 78°07′09.4867″ according to the 1975 Arctic Islands Adjustment, North American Datum of 1927);

Thence southeasterly along the production of the last aforesaid mentioned line to its intersection with the ordinary low water mark on the northwest side of Tanquary Fiord at approximate latitude 81°18′ and approximate longitude 78°07′;

Thence easterly across Tanquary Ford to its intersection with a point on the ordinary low water mark on the southeast side of Tanquary Fiord near Fishhook Point at approximate longitude 77°37′00″ and approximate latitude 81°19′;

Thence southeasterly to the point of commencement;

Excluding thereout and therefrom the whole of Ward Hunt Island together with a right of access to Ward Hunt Island from the part of the Arctic Ocean included within the boundaries described above.

The above described lands containing about 37 775 square kilometres.

2000, c. 32, Sch. 1; 2001, c. 34, s. 25(F); 2002, c. 7, s. 106; SOR/2003-345; 2004, c. 20, s. 1; SOR/2004-300; 2008, c. 2, s. 13.

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National Park Reserves Of Canada


Kluane National Park Reserve Of Canada

In Yukon;

Adjoining the westerly and southerly boundaries of said territory;

All that parcel being more particularly described as follows, all topographic features hereinafter referred to, except where otherwise stated, being according to the first edition of the Dezadeash map sheet number 115A, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E., at Ottawa, and to the second edition of the Mount St. Elias map sheet number 115B & 115C and the first edition of the Kluane Lake map sheet number 115G & 115F, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources (formerly Department of Mines and Technical Surveys) at Ottawa:

Commencing on latitude 60°00′00″ at the point where the British Columbia-Yukon Boundary meets the International Boundary between Alaska and Yukon, at approximate longitude 139°03′30″;

Thence easterly along the British Columbia-Yukon Boundary to its most westerly intersection with the right bank of Tatshenshini River, at approximate longitude 137°12′45″;

Thence in a general northerly direction along the right banks of the Tatshenshini River and Silver Creek to a point on the southerly bank of a small unnamed lake, at approximate latitude 60°08′00″ and longitude 137°21′20″, the last aforesaid point being described with reference to the first edition of the Dalton Post map sheet number 115A/3 West, produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E., at Ottawa;

Thence northerly in a straight line to a peak having an elevation of about 1828.8 metres, at approximate latitude 60°11′00″ and longitude 137°22′20″, as shown on the last aforesaid map;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a peak at approximate latitude 60°16′45″ and longitude 137°09′40″, the last aforesaid peak being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 2180.8 metres shown on the first edition of the Mush Lake map sheet number 115A/6 East, produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E., at Ottawa;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a peak having an elevation of about 1920.2 metres, at approximate latitude 60°16′45″ and longitude 137°06′10″, as shown on the last aforesaid map;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a standard post, pits and mound numbered H158, marking the southwesterly limit of the right-of-way of the Haines Cut-Off Road, according to Plan 42121 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, said post being at approximate latitude 60°17′25″ and longitude 137°00′30″;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction, along said limit, according to plans 42121, 42120, 42119, 42118 and 41519 in said Records, to the southerly limit of the Alaska Highway, at Haines Junction, as the last aforesaid limit is shown on said plan 41519;

Thence westerly along said southerly limit to the westerly limit of Bunoz Street, as the last aforesaid limit is shown on said plan 41519;

Thence southerly along said westerly limit, 15.2 metres, more or less, to the southerly limit of the Alaska Highway as widened, as the last aforesaid limit is shown on plan 40905 in said Records;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction along the last aforesaid limit, according to plans 40905 and0906 in said Records, to the angle in the last aforesaid limit opposite a standard post, pits and mound numbered H1863, the last aforesaid post, being located at approximate latitude 60°46′50″ and longitude 137°38′00″;

Thence westerly in a straight line to a peak at approximate latitude 60°45′30″ and longitude 137°47′40″, the last aforesaid peak being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 2249.4 metres shown on said Dezadeash map sheet 115A;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to the summit of Mount Archibald, at approximate latitude 60°47′10″ and longitude 137°52′20″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to the summit of Mount Cairnes, at approximate latitude 60°52′00″ and longitude 138°16′30″;

Thence westerly in a straight line to the summit of Vulcan Mountain, at approximate latitude 60°53′00″ and longitude 138°28′00″;

Thence northerly in a straight line to the angle in the southerly limit of the Alaska Highway opposite a standard post, pits and mound numbered H2034, the last aforesaid post being shown on plan 40911 in said Records and being located at approximate latitude 60°59′30″ and longitude 138°28′00″;

Thence in general westerly and northerly directions along the last aforesaid limit, according to plans 40911 and 40912 in said Records, to its most northerly intersection with the right bank of Congdon Creek, at approximate latitude 61°08′50″ and longitude 138°33′30″;

Thence in a general southwesterly direction along the last aforesaid bank to its most easterly intersection with the straight line joining a peak having an elevation of about 2225 metres, at approximate latitude 61°05′10″ and longitude 138°42′40″, and the most easterly of two peaks having an elevation of about 2346.9 metres, at approximate latitude 61°05′10″ and longitude 138°47′15″, the last aforesaid intersection being described with reference to the second edition of the Destruction Bay map sheet number 115G/2, produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E., at Ottawa:

Thence westerly in a straight line to the last aforesaid peak;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a peak having an elevation of about 2286 metres, at approximate latitude 61°09′30″ and longitude 138°55′45″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a peak having an elevation of about 2133.6 metres, at approximate latitude 61°14′00″ and longitude 139°05′30″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to Topographic Survey Monument 66-A-19, being a brass plug at approximate elevation 1932.1 metres and located at approximate latitude 61°16′16″ and longitude 139°13′11″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to Topographic Survey Monument 66-A-37, being a brass plug at approximate elevation 2278.4 metres and located at approximate latitude 61°20′05″ and longitude 139°35′06″;

Thence westerly in a straight line to a peak at approximate elevation 2895.6 metres and located at approximate latitude 61°19′00″ and longitude 140°06′30″;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the summit of

Mount Wood, at approximate latitude 61°14′00″ and longitude 140°30′30″;

Thence westerly in a straight line to the summit of

Mount Craig, at approximate latitude 61°16′00″ and longitude 140°53′00″;

Thence due west to said International Boundary between Alaska and Yukon;

Thence southerly along the last aforesaid boundary to the point of commencement;

Saving and excepting, those parts of said parce lying within 304.8 metres of said limit of the Haines Cut-off Road and within 304.8 metres of said limit of the Alaska Highway;

Also saving and excepting, those portions of said parcel transferred to Kluane National Park of Canada, as referred to in the description thereof in Part 11 of Schedule 1.


Nahanni National Park Reserve Of Canada

In the Northwest Territories;

All of Parts I, II and III containing an area of approximately 30 000 square kilometres and described as follows:


Part I

Along the South Nahanni River:

All that parcel being more particularly described as follows, all topographic features hereinafter referred to being according to the first edition of The Twisted Mountain map sheet number 95 G/4 of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources at Ottawa and according to the second editions of the Flat River, Virginia Falls and Sibbeston Lake map sheets and the first edition of the Glacier Lake Map sheet, numbers 95E, 95F, 95G and 95L respectively of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250,000, by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E., at Ottawa:

Commencing at National Topographic Survey Monument 63-A-152 being a brass plug located on Yohin Ridge, at approximate latitude 61°12′07″ and approximate longitude 123°50′51″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the more southwesterly of two peaks having an elevation of about 1432.6 metres, at approximate latitude 61°06′55″ and approximate longitude 123°44′55″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a peak having an elevation of about 1005.8 metres, at approximate latitude 61°04′45″ and approximate longitude 123°42′20″;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to latitude 61°05′45″ and longitude 123°39′00″;

Thence northerly in a straight line, across the South Nahanni River, to the summit of Twisted Mountain, at approximate latitude 61°12′30″ and approximate longitude 123°36′30″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to latitude 61°18′00″ and longitude 123°46′00″;

Thence westerly in a straight line to latitude 61°17′00″ and longitude 123°56′00″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a peak at approximate latitude 61°24′00″ and approximate longitude 124°35′00″, said peak being approximately at the spot elevation 6,105 feet (1860.8 metres) shown on said Virginia Falls map sheet;

Thence westerly in a straight line to latitude 61°24′00″ and longitude 124°51′00″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Scrub”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°37′20″ and approximate longitude 125°18′03″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Lock”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°45′26″ and approximate longitude 125°43′41″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Next”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°53′09″ and approximate longitude 126°14′11″;

Thence westerly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Dip”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°54′39″ and approximate longitude 126°35′40″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Hop”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 62°00′31″ and approximate logitude 126°57′27″;

Thence westerly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Flag”, being a bronze bolt at approximate latitude 61°58′14″ and approximate longitude 127°23′31″;

Thence southerly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Skip”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°54′43″ and approximate longitude 127°24′03″;

Thence southerly in a straight line to a peak at approximate latitude 61°50′00″ and approximate longitude 127°25′30″, the last aforesaid peak being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 8,822 feet (2688.9 metres) shown on said Flat River map sheet;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a peak having an elevation of about 2438.4 metres, at approximate latitude 61°45′40″ and approximate longitude 127°30′00″, the last aforesaid peak being on the height of land forming the southwesterly limit of the watershed area of Hole-in-the-Wall Creek;

Thence in general southeasterly and easterly directions along the last aforesaid height of land to a peak at approximate latitude 61°45′30″ and approximate longitude 127°17′00″, the last aforesaid peak being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 8,302 feet (2530.5 metres) shown on said Flat River map sheet;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a peak having an elevation of about 1524 metres, at approximate latitude 61°46′00″ and approximate longitude 127°06′40″;

Thence northerly in a straight line to a peak having an elevation of about 2286 metres, at approximate latitude 61°49′00″ and approximate longitude 127°05′00″;

Thence easterly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Don”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°49′24″ and approximate longitude 126°59′17″, the last aforesaid Monument being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 7,401 feet (2255.8 metres) shown on said Flat River map sheet;

Thence easterly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Cross”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°50′26″ and approximate longitude 126°40′00″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Saddle”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°46′08″ and approximate longitude 126°26′27″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Mesa”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°42′34″ and approximate longitude 126°15′16″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Andy”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°38′11″ and approximate longitude 126°10′52″, the last aforesaid Monument being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 5,022 feet (1530.7 metres) shown on said Flat River map sheet;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a peak at approximate latitude 61°32′20″ and approximate longitude 126°42′40″, the last aforesaid peak being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 6,687 feet (2038.2 metres) shown on said Flat River map sheet;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a peak having an elevation of about 1524 metres, at approximate latitude 61°21′30″ and approximate longitude 126°35′20″;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to National Topographic Survey Monument 63-A-9, being a brass plug at approximate latitude 61°28′12″ and approximate longitude 126°18′39″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a peak at approximate latitude 61°22′00″ and approximate longitude 125°49′00″, the lst aforesaid peak being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 4,511 feet (1375 metres) shown on said Virginia Falls map sheet;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a peak at approximate latitude 61°26′30″ and approximate longitude 125°21′00″, the last aforesaid peak being approximately at the position indicated by the spot elevation 4,497 feet (1370.7 metres) shown on said Virginia Falls map sheet;

Thence easterly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Nubby”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°24′05″ and approximate longitude 125°04′19″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to National Topographic Survey Monument 63-A-107, being a brass plug at approximate latitude 61°16′38″ and approximate longitude 124°42′32″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to Army Survey Establishment Monument “Mary”, being a cairn at approximate latitude 61°08′04″ and approximate longitude 124°34′02″;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to latitude 61°16′00″ and longitude 124°09′00″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to latitude 61°13′00″ and longitude 124°00′00″;

Thence easterly in a straight line to the point of commencement; all co-ordinates described above being Geodetic, referred to the North American Datum of 1927; said parcel containing about 4766 square kilometres.


Part II

Commencing at a point on a southerly boundary of the Sahtu Settlement Area (as described in the Sahtu Dene and Metis Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement, Volume 1, Appendix “A”) at longitude 127°23′09″ West and approximate latitude 62°37′00″ North;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°31′09″ North and longitude 127°12′ 31″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°24′18″ North and longitude 127°06′50″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°17′20″ North and longitude 127°11′41″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°16′22″ North and longitude 127°08′56″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°18′20″ North and longitude 127°06′07″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°14′38″ North and longitude 126°53′09″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°15′10″ North and longitude 126°47′11″ West;

Thence southerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°13′38″ North and longitude 126°47′06″ West;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°13′39″ North and longitude 126°45′28″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°16′19″ North and longitude 126°43′33″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°17′02″ North and longitude 126°41′23″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°18′21″ North and longitude 126°42′29″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°18′45″ North and longitude 126°41′00″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°18′14″ North and longitude 126°39′57″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°18′52″ North and longitude 16°34′21″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°17′50″ North and longitude 126°27′16″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°18′07″ North and longitude 126°23′27″ West;

Thence southerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°15′32″ North and longitude 126°24′12″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°14′24″ North and longitude 126°21′06″ West;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°14′31″ North and longitude 126°18′52″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°11′31″ North and longitude 126°13′02″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°12′01″ North and longitude 126°04′48″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°10′37″ North and longitude 126°03′11″ West;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°10′44″ North and longitude 125°59′05″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°09′40″ North and longitude 125°53′52″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°10′52″ North and longitude 125°46′43″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°08′55″ North and longitude 125°41′41″ West;

Thence southerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°07′01″ North and longitude 125°42′17″ West;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°06′48″ North and longitude 125°31′41″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°02′36″ North and longitude 125°04′24″ West;

Thence southerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°00′49″ North and longitude 125°05′01″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°58′45″ North and longitude 125°02′37″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°55′32″ North and longitude 124°59′08″ West;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°55′24″ North and longitude 124°54′35″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°58′14″ North and longitude 124°55′03″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°00′07″ North and longitude 124°49′46″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°59′53″ North and longitude 124°47′14″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°58′39″ North and longitude 124°46′10″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°00′45″ North and longitude 124°39′48″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°59′22″ North and longitude 124°38′05″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°00′26″ North and longitude 124°33′00″ West;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°00′38″ North and longitude 124°20′20″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°01′24″ North and longitude 124°17′19″ West;

Thence southeasterly in atraight line to a point at latitude 62°00′58″ North and longitude 124°13′44″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°01′30″ North and longitude 124°11′24″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°04′23″ North and longitude 124°06′41″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°01′26″ North and longitude 124°04′20″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°53′51″ North and longitude 123°56′28″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°49′36″ North and longitude 123°52′37″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°43′59″ North and longitude 123°35′04″ West;

Thence southerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°27′05″ North and longitude 123°36′23″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°20′26″ North and longitude 123°33′01″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°15′49″ North and longitude 123°32′19″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point on the boundary of the parcel described in Part I, at latitude 61°13′41″ North and approximate longitude 123°38′34″ West;

Thence southeasterly and southwesterly along the Part I parcel boundary to the most southerly corner of the parcel described in Part I, described as “a peak having an elevation of about 1005.8 metres” at approximate latitude 61°04′44″ North and approximate longitude 123°42′26″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°05′42″ North and longitude 123°46′52″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°03′29″ North and longitude 123°52′16″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°00′29″ North and longitude 123°56′42″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 60°56′06″ North and longitude 124°01′12″ West;

Thence southerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 60°53′26″ North and longitude 124°01′16″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 60°54′22″ North and longitude 124°13′08″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 60°55′16″ North and longitude 124°17′53″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 60°56′31″ North and longitude 124°21′40″ West;

Thence westerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 60°56′28″ North and longitude 124°24′00″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 60°54′47″ North and longitude 124°26′31″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 60°52′37″ North and longitude 124°27′43″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 60°50′28″ North and longitude 124°28′08″ West;

Thence westerly in a straight line to a point on the Yukon/Northwest Territories Boundary at latitude 60°50′48″ North and approximate longitude 124°32′24″ West;

Thence northerly, westerly and northwesterly along the Yukon/Northwest Territories Boundary to its intersection with latitude 61°17′50″ North at approximate longitude 127°03′10″ West;

class="indent-1-0Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°19′01″ North and longitude 126°59′17″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°20′13″ North and longitude 126°56′10″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°21′18″ North and longitude 126°55′44″ West;

Thence northerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°22′34″ North and longitude 126°55′55″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°23′31″ North and longitude 126°56′24″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°24′43″ North and longitude 126°57′22″ West;

Thence northerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°25′41″ North and longitude 126°57′40″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°27′25″ North and longitude 126°59′06″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°28′41″ North and longitude 127°01′30″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°30′29″ North and longitude 127°04′05″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°31′34″ North and longitude 127°06′32″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°32′31″ North and longitude 127°09′00″ West;

Thence northerly in a straight line to a point on the southerly bank of the Flat River at longitude 127°09′00″ West and approximate latitude 61°32′50″ North;

Thence westerly and northerly along the southerly bank of said river to its intersection with longitude 127°41′53″ West, at approximate latitude 61°43′32″ North;

Thence northerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°44′24″ North and longitude 127°42′18″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°45′32″ North and longitude 127°41′31″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°47′49″ North and longitude 127°42′22″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°49′23″ North and longitude 127°45′22″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°50′49″ North and longitude 127°50′46″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°52′19″ North and longitude 127°54′49″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°53′43″ North and longitude 127°56′18″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°54′03″ North and longitude 127°58′50″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°56′53″ North and longitude 127°57′37″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°00′13″ North and longitude 127°59′56″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°59′53″ North and longitude 128°02′47″ West;

Thence westerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°59′52″ North and longitude 128°04′11″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°01′15″ North and longitude 128°06′29″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°03′07″ North and longitue 128°08′35″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°05′31″ North and longitude 128°07′34″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°07′19″ North and longitude 128°12′22″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°08′42″ North and longitude 128°17′31″ West;

Thence westerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°08′53″ North and longitude 128°21′40″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°08′24″ North and longitude 128°25′34″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 62°06′43″ North and longitude 128°30′14″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point on the Yukon/Northwest Territories Boundary at latitude 62°06′17″ North and approximate longitude 128°31′22″ West;

Thence northerly and westerly along the Yukon/Northwest Territories Boundary to its intersection with longitude 128°41′50″ West and approximate latitude 62°07′51″ North;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point on a southerly boundary of the Sahtu Settlement Area at longitude 128°47′54″ West and approximate latitude 62°13′42″ North;

Thence northeasterly along the southerly boundary of the Sahtu Settlement Area to the point of commencement;

Saving and Excepting thereout and therefrom, all those lands within Part I and those described as the Prairie Creek Area being described as follows:

Commencing at a point at latitude 61°44′00″ North and longitude 124°45′55″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°43′08″ North and longitude 124°44′42″ West;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°42′59″ North and longitude 124°42′40″ West;

Thence southerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°41′59″ North and longitude 124°43′04″ West;

Thence southerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°41′06″ North and longitude 124°43′15″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°40′15″ North and longitude 124°42′45″ West;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°38′07″ North and longitude 124°40′32″ West;

Thence southerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°36′47″ North and longitude 124°40′33″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°29′14″ North and longitude 124°44′27″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°29′00″ North and longitude 124°45′45″ West;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°27′37″ North and longitude 124°48′27″ West;

Thence westerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°27′37″ North and longitude 124°49′24″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°28′51″ North and longitude 124°50′26″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°29′56″ North and longitude 124°50′58″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°30′53″ North and longitude 124°52′52″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°31′14″ North and longitude 124°56′04″ West;

class=Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°31′49″ North and longitude 124°56′24″ West;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°35′16″ North and longitude 124°57′05″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 61°41′28″ North and longitude 124°54′30″ West;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to the point of commencement.

Said Prairie Creek Area containing an area of approximately 300 square kilometres.

The remainder of the parcel under Part II containing an area of approximately 25 200 square kilometres.

All coordinates in Part II are referred to the 1983 North American Datum, Canadian Spatial Reference System (NAD83 CSRS) and any references to straight lines mean points joined directly on the NAD83 Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) projection plane surface.


Part III

Commencing at the point of intersection of the Yukon/Northwest Territories Boundary with the southerly boundary of the Sahtu Settlement Area at approximate latitude 62°06′39″ North and approximate longitude 129°10′00″ West;

Thence northeasterly along the southerly boundary of the Sahtu Settlement Area to a point on the southerly boundary of the Sahtu Settlement Area at longitude 128°59′34″ West and approximate latitude 62°10′00″ North;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point on the Yukon/Northwest Territories Boundary at longitude 128°53′58″ West and approximate latitude 62°07′18″ North;

Thence westerly, southerly, northerly following said boundary to the point of commencement.

Said parcel containing an area of approximately 44 square kilometres.

All coordinates in Part III are referred to the 1983 North American Datum, Canadian Spatial Reference System (NAD83 CSRS) and any references to straight lines mean points joined directly on the NAD83 Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) projection plane surface.


Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve Of Canada

In the Province of Quebec;

All those lands being the whole and entire Fief and Seigneurie of the Isles and Islets of Mingan, situate and being on the coast of the North shore of the St. Lawrence River, in the Province of Quebec, the said Fief and Seigneurie consisting of the Isles and Islets which being on the said North shore of the St. Lawrence River from Perroquet Island, longitude 64°12′40″ following continuation to the mouth of River Aguanus, longitude 62°05′00″ in such manner as the said Fief and Seigneurie with its rights is more amply conceded and designated by the title of concession granted to Jacques de Lalande and Louis Joliet.

Some of the Isles and Islets forming part of the Fief and Seigneurie of the Isles and Islets of Mingan are now known and designated as being lots number FOUR HUNDRED, FOUR HUNDRED ONE, FOUR HUNDRED TWO, FOUR HUNDRED THREE, FOUR HUNDRED FOUR, FOUR HUNDRED FIVE and FOUR HUNDRED SIX (400, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406) of the revised cadastre of parts of the Municipality of Havre Saint-Pierre, Registration Division of Sept-Iles. The other Isles and Islets, forming part of the Fief and Seigneurie of the Isles and Islets of Mingan are without cadastral designation.

Notwithstanding the generality of the foregoing, the following Isles and Islets (without cadastral designation) forming part of the Fief and Seigneurie of the Isles and Islets of Mingan are not included in the present description, namely: Perroquet Island, Havre de Mingan Island, Le Sanctuare Island, De la Maison Island, Wreck Island, Aux Sauvages Island and that part of Fright Island described in a deed registered at the Saguenay Registry Office on January 15, 1952, under number 13630.

Those lands included in the present description containing about 150.7 square kilometres and excluding the lands situated below the ordinary high water mark of the said Isles and Islets.

The longitudes mentioned above were scaled from the 1:250,000 map sheets 12L and 22I of the national topographic series.


Pacific Rim National Park Reserve Of Canada

Part I

All those parcels or tracts of land, together with all that foreshore and land covered by water, situated in Clayoquot District and lying within the following described limits:

Commencing at the northeast corner of Wya Indian Reserve No. 7;

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of Wya Indian Reserve No. 7 and continuing westerly along the westerly production of said northerly limit to the 20 metre isobath of the bed of the Pacific Ocean as shown on Canadian Hydrographic Service (C.H.S.) Chart 3603 and which indicates depths as being reduced to lowest normal tide, which at Tofino is 2.1 metres below mean water level;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction along said 20 metre isobath to the westerly production of the northerly limit of District Lot 1360;

Thence easterly along said westerly production of the northerly limit of District Lot 1360 to its northwest corner, being a point on the shore of Cox Bay, and continuing easterly along the northerly limits of District Lots 1360 and 256 to the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of District Lot 256;

Thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said northeast quarter of District Lot 256 to the easterly limit of District Lot 256;

Thence southerly along said easterly limit of District Lot 256 to its southeast corner;

Thence southerly in a straight line to the northwest corner of District Lot 1966;

Thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of District Lot 1966 and continuing easterly along the easterly production of the southerly limit of said District Lot 1966 to the westerly limit of District Lot 242;

Thence northerly along the westerly limits of District Lots 242, 243 and 250 to the northwest corner of said District Lot 250, being a point on the southerly shore of an unnamed arm of Browning Passage;

Thence in a general easterly direction along said southerly shore of the unnamed arm, being the northerly limits of District Lots 250, 249, 251 and 252 to the northeast corner of said District Lot 252;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction along said southerly shore of the unnamed arm and continuing in a general easterly direction along the southerly shore of Browning Passage to a point lying due west of the most westerly point of District Lot 1431;

Thence on a bearing of 45°, a distance of about 221 metres to a point lying due west of the most northerly point of Dinner Island, being part of District Lot 288;

Thence due east to said northerly point of Dinner Island and continuing due east 101 metres to a point;

Thence on a bearing of 135°, to a point on the southerly shore of Browning Passage, said point lying about 704 metres due north and about 604 metres due east from the most westerly southwest corner of said District Lot 288;

Thence southeasterly along said southerly shore of Browning Passage to a point lying due west of the most westerly pont of Indian Island;

Thence due east to said most westerly point of Indian Island;

Thence in a general northeasterly and southeasterly direction along the shore of said Indian Island to its most easterly point;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point on the southerly shore of Tofino Inlet, said point being about 480 metres due east of the most southerly point of District Lot 1680, being Indian Island Indian Reserve No. 30;

Thence on a bearing of 135° to the northerly limit of the watershed of Grice Bay;

Thence in a general southeasterly direction along said northerly limit of the watershed of Grice Bay to the westerly limit of District Lot 1473;

Thence southerly along the westerly limits of District Lots 1473 and 1472 to the southwest corner of said District Lot 1472;

Thence due south to the northerly limit of District Lot 494;

Thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of District Lots 494 and 487A to the northwest corner of District Lot 398;

Thence easterly along the northerly limits of District Lots 398 and 403 to the northwest corner of District Lot 404;

Thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said District Lot 404 to the northwest corner of District Lot 1385;

Thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said District Lot 1385 and the west half of District Lot 1321 to the southwest corner of the east half of District Lot 1321;

Thence easterly along the southerly limits of District Lot 1321 and 1320 to the northwest corner of the east half of District Lot 1314;

Thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said east half of District Lot 1314 to the northwest corner of District Lot 428;

Thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of District Lot 428 to the southwest corner of District Lot 1313;

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of said District Lot 1313 to the northeast corner of District Lot 442;

Thence southerly along the easterly limits of District Lots 442, 441, 447, 461 and 464 to the northeast corner of Lot 1 of District Lot 467 as shown on a plan deposited in the Land Title Office at Victoria as 44818;

Thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said Lot 1 as shown on said Plan 44818, to the northeast corner of Wya Indian Reserve No. 7, being the point of commencement.

Except

Firstly: the whole of Oo-oolth Indian Reserve No. 8, Quisitis Indian Reserve No. 9, Kootowis Indian Reserve No. 4, Esowista Indian Reserve No. 3 and Indian Island Indian Reserve No. 30;

Secondly: the Tofino Airport, described as:

(a) District Lots 167, 168, 169, 170 and 178, Clayoquot District;

(b) those portions of District Lots 163, 164 and 165 lying to the north of Tofino-Ucluelet Highway as shown on Plan 1417RW in said office, a copy of which is recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 82048, excepting from said District Lot 163, Parcel A as shown on Plan 32328 in said office, a copy of which is recorded in said records as 65248;

(c) those portions of District Lots 113, 166 and 192 lying to the north and east of Tofino-Ucluelet Highway on said Plan 1417RW in said office;

(d) those portions of District Lots 193, 194, 195 and 196 lying to the east of Plan 1371RW in said office.

Thirdly: Parcel 1 and Village Connector Road, as shown on a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Recrds at Ottawa as 88700.


Part II

All those parcels or tracts of land, together with all that foreshore and land covered by water, situated in Barclay District and lying within the following described limits:

Commencing at the centre of Sail Rock, being a small islet west of Benson Island, District Lot 43;

Thence due north 2.735 kilometres to a point;

Thence on a bearing of 38°, a distance of 8.046 kilometres to a point;

Thence on a bearing of 115°30′, a distance of 9.334 kilometres to a point;

Thence on a bearing of 217°, a distance of 12.391 kilometres to a point;

Thence on a bearing of 296°, a distance of about 6.598 kilometres to a point due south of the centre of Sail Rock;

Thence due north about 1.931 kilometres to the centre of Sail Rock, being the point of commencement.

EXCEPT the whole of each of the following:

Cleho Indian Reserve No. 6, Keith Island Indian Reserve No. 7, Nettle Island Indian Reserve No. 5 and Omoah Indian Reserve No. 9.


Part III

Firstly: Lot A in Section 18 as shown on Plan 38380 in said office, and the west half of the north half of the north half of the southeast quarter of said Section 18, all in Township 1, Barclay District.

Secondly: Lot 1 of Sections 1 and 12 as shown on Plan 44813 in said office, a copy of which is recorded in said records as 82763, Lots 4, 5, 6 and 7 as shown on a plan recorded in said records as 83569, and Lot A in Section 1 as shown on Plan 10982 in said office, a copy of which is recorded in said records as 82765, all in Township 11, Renfrew District.

Thirdly: All those parcels or tracts of land, together with all that foreshore and land covered by water, situated in Barclay and Renfrew Districts, and lying within the following described limits:

Commencing at the southwest corner of Oyees Indian Reserve No. 9, Renfrew District, being a point on the southeasterly shore of Nitinat Lake;

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of said Oyees Indian Reserve No. 9 to its southeast corner;

Thence due south 1.006 kilometres to a point;

Thence due east 783 metres to a point;

Thence southerly in a straight line to the northwest corner of Block A of District Lot 756;

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of said Block A of District Lot 756 to its northeast corner;

Thence southerly along the easterly limits of Blocks A and B of District Lot 756 to Pipe Post No. 1, being a point on the easterly limit of the Reserve for Pacific Rim National Park as shown on Plan 12 Tube 1410 on file with the Office of The Surveyor General of the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Victoria, a copy of which is recorded in said records as 71572;

Thence in general westerly and southwesterly directions along said easterly limit of the Reserve for Pacific Rim National Park as shown on said Plan 12 Tube 1410 to the northeast corner of Section 56;

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of said Section 56 to its southeast corner;

Thence on a bearing of 190°, a distance of 609 metres to a point;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the northeast corner of Section 50;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point on the easterly limit of District Lot 727, said point being about 340 metres due north and about 1.319 kilometres due west from the northeast corner of District Lot 730;

Thence due eat to the right bank of Carmanah Creek;

Thence in a general southerly direction along said right bank of Carmanah Creek to a point about 305 metres due south and about 230 metres due east from the northeast corner of District Lot 729;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the most northerly northeast corner of District Lot 732;

Thence southerly and easterly along the easterly and northerly limits of said District Lot 732 to the northwest corner of District Lot 734;

Thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said District Lot 734 to the northerly limit of District Lot 49;

Thence easterly along the northerly limits of District Lots 49 and 736 to the northeast corner of said District Lot 736;

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of said District Lot 736 to the northwest corner of District Lot 737;

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of said District Lot 737 to its northeast corner;

Thence on a bearing of 110°, a distance of 7.320 kilometres to a point;

Thence due east 4.828 kilometres to a point;

Thence due north 920 metres to a point;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to the northwest corner of District Lot 708;

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of said District Lot 708 to its northeast corner;

Thence easterly in a straight line to the southwest corner of the Fractional south half of Section 11, Township 11;

Thence northerly and easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said Fractional south half of Section 11 to a point on the right bank of Gordon River, and shown as the most northerly northeast corner of Lot A of said Section 11, Township 11, Renfrew District as shown on Plan 44812 in said office, a copy of which is recorded in said records as 82764;

Thence in a general southerly direction along said right bank of Gordon River and continuing southerly along the right bank of San Juan River to the northwesterly shore of Port San Juan;

Thence in a general southwesterly direction along said northwesterly shore of Port San Juan to a point lying about 1.0 metres due south of the P.Rock shown on Plan 7 Tube 1550, on file with said Office of The Surveyor General, a copy of which is recorded in said records as Plan 73926, being a survey of part of the easterly limit of the Reserve for Pacific Rim National Park;

Thence southerly along said easterly limit of the Reserve for Pacific Rim National Park, as shown on said Plan 7 Tube 1550 to the P.Rock at the most easterly point of Owen Island, shown on said Plan 7 Tube 1550, and continuing southerly along the southerly production of said easterly limit to the 20 metre isobath of the bed of Juan de Fuca Strait, as shown on Canadian Hydrographic Service (C.H.S.) Chart 3606 and which indicates depths as being reduced to lowest normal tide, which at Port Renfrew is 2.0 metres below mean water level;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction along said 20 metre isobath of the bed of Juan de Fuca Strait and continuing in general northwesterly and northeasterly directions along the 20 metre isobath of the bed of the Pacific Ocean as shown on Canadian Hydrographic Service (C.H.S.) Chart 3602 and which indicates depths as being reduced to lowest normal tide, which at Bamfield is 2.0 metres below mean water level, to a point lying due west of the northwest corner of District Lot 412, Barclay District;

Thence due east to said northwest corner of District Lot 412, being a point on the northerly shore of Tapaltos Bay;

Thence easterly along the northerly limits of District lot 412, Fractional Section 7 and Fractional Section 8 of Townsip 1, to the northwest corner of Anacla Indian Reserve No. 12;

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Anacla Indian Reserve No. 12 to its southwest corner, being a point on the right bank of Pachena River;

Thence on a bearing of 100°, a distance of about 183 metres to the northeasterly shore of Pachena Bay, being a point on the southerly limit of said Anacla Indian Reserve No. 12;

Thence in a general southeasterly direction along said northeasterly shore of Pachena Bay to the southeast corner of said Anacla Indian Reserve No. 12;

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Anacla Indian Reserve No. 12 to the northwest corner of Lot 1 of Section 9, Township 1, as shown on Plan 44819 in said office;

Thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said Lot 1 on said Plan 44819, to the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of Section 4, Township 1;

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of said northeast quarter of Section 4 to its southwest corner;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the northeast corner of District Lot 659;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the northwest corner of District Lot 273;

Thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said District Lot 273 to the northeast corner of District Lot 275;

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of said District Lot 275 to its southeast corner;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the northwest corner of District Lot 281;

Thence easterly along the northerly limits of District Lots 281 and 282 to the Pipe Post set as a quarter post on the northerly limit of said District Lot 282;

Thence on a bearing of 140°, a distance of 240 metres to a point;

Thence on a bearing of 108°, a distance of 680 metres to a point;

Thence on a bearing of 119°, a distance of 1.670 kilometres to a point;

Thence easterly in a straight line to the northwest corner of District lot 288;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the most northeasterly internal corner of District Lot 103;

Thence easterly along the northerly limits of District Lots 103, 60 and 59 to the northwesterly internal corner of District Lot 59;

Thence easterly in a straight line to the northwest corner of District Lot 527;

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of District Lot 527, Barclay District, a distance of about 650 metres to the northwesterly limit of the watershed of Tsusiat Lake;

Thence in a general northeasterly direction along the northwesterly limits of the watersheds of Tsusiat and Hobiton Lakes to a point being about 3.010 kilometres due north and about 1.690 kilometres due west of the northwest corner of Homitan Indian Reserve No. 8;

Thence due east 600 metres to a point;

Thence on a bearing of 139°, a distance of 1.100 kilometres to a point;

Thence due south to the northwesterly limit of the watershed of Nitinat Lake;

Thence in a general southwesterly direction along said northwesterly limit of the watershed of Nitinat Lake to a point being about 260 metres due north and about 860 metres due west of the northwest corner of Homitan Indian Reserve No. 8;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of the left bank of Hobiton Creek with the westerly limit of Homitan Indian Reserve No. 8;

Thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of Homitan Indian Reserve No. 8 to its southeast corner, being a point on the westrly shore of Nitinat Lake;

Thence in a general southwesterly direction along said westerly shore of Nitinat Lake to a point lying due north of the northwest corner of District Lot 769, Renfrew District;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the most northerly point of Block A of District Lot 746, Renfrew District, being a point on the southerly shore of Nitinat Lake;

Thence in general easterly and northeasterly directions along said southerly shore of Nitinat Lake, to the southwest corner of Oyees Indian Reserve No. 9, being the point of commencement.

Except

Firstly: the whole of each of the following:

Ahuk Indian Reserve No. 1, Carmanah Indian Reserve No. 6, Cheewat Indian Reserve No. 4A, Claoose Indian Reserve No. 4, Clutus Indian Reserve No. 11, Cullite Indian Reserve No. 3, Iktuksasuk Indian Reserve No. 7, Kich-ha Indian Reserve No. 10, Masit Indian Reserve No. 13, Sarque Indian Reserve No. 5, Tsuquanah Indian Reserve No. 2, and Wyah Indian Reserve No. 3;

Secondly: Lot 2 of Block 10, Lots 1 and 2 of Block 16, Lot 8 of Block 18 and Lot 3 of Block 37, all of Section 57, Plan 1771 in said office, and Block 7 of District Lot 527, Plan 2008 in said office, and Section 63, all in Renfrew District.


Part IV

All those parcels or tracts of land, together with all that foreshore and land covered by water, situated in Clayoquot District and lying within the following described limits:

Commencing at the northeast corner of Section 70, Alberni District (situated in Clayoquot District), being a point on the southerly shore of Kennedy Lake;

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of said Section 70 to the northwesterly limit of Alberni-Tofino Highway, as shown on Plan 1936RW in said office;

Thence in a general southerly direction along the westerly limit of said Alberni-Tofino Highway to the southeast corner of Lot 1 of Sections 69 and 70, Alberni District (situated in Clayoquot District), Plan 44820 in said office;

Thence westerly, northerly, westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said Lot 1 to its northwest corner, being a point on the southerly shore of Kennedy Lake;

Thence due north 300 metres to a point;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point 500 metres due north of the northeast corner of said Section 70;

Thence due south to said northeast corner of Section 70, being the point of commencement.


Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve Of Canada

In the Province of British Columbia;

In Queen Charlotte Land District;

In the Queen Charlotte Islands;

All those parcels being more particularly described under FIRSTLY, SECONDLY AND THIRDLY as follows:

Firstly:

All those parcels or tracts of land, together with all that foreshore or land covered by water lying above the ordinary high water mark (O.H.W.M.) of the Queen Charlotte Islands and situated southerly of a line described as follows:

Commencing at the intersection of the 52°50′05″ parallel of north latitude with the 131°20′10″ meridian of west longitude (said intersection being a point in Hecate Strait approximately 10 kilometres northeasterly of Lost Islands);

Thence westerly in a straight line to the ordinary high water mark at the most northeasterly point of Tangil Peninsula at Porter Head at approximate latitude 52°48′35″ and approximate longitude 131°39′20″ (said line passing approximately 2ilometres north of Lost Islands);

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the most easterly peak on the Tangil Peninsula at approximate latitude 52°48′10″ and approximate longitude 131°39′39″;

Thence generally westerly along the watershed boundary that separates those creeks that flow into Dana Inlet from those that flow into Logan Inlet to Standard B.C. capped post being the intersection of the northerly boundary of the watershed of Crescent Inlet with the said watershed boundary that separates those creeks that flow into Dana Inlet from those that flow into Logan Inlet, said post shown as point G on a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 79937, a copy of which is filed in the Land Title Office at Prince Rupert as PRP 41538;

Thence on a bearing of 211°52′07″ through two Standard B.C. capped posts, a total distance of 4 607.526 metres to the northeast corner of Lot 663 as shown on said Plan 79937;

Thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly boundaries of said Lot 663 to the intersection with the southerly boundary of the watershed of Crescent Inlet, said intersection marked by a Pipe Post, being a point on the northerly boundary of Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve as shown on Plan 9 Tube 1483 on file with the Surveyor General Branch of the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, at Victoria, a duplicate of which is recorded as Plan 72869 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Thence generally southwesterly along the southerly boundary of the watershed of said Crescent Inlet, being also a portion of the southerly boundary of Tree Farm Licence 24 Block 2, to the intersection with the easterly boundary of the Lockeport Four Mineral Claim, Record Number 5828(2), said intersection marked by a Pipe Post, being a point on the northerly boundary of the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve as shown on Plan 27 Tube 1452 on file with the Surveyor General Branch of the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, at Victoria, a duplicate of which is recorded as Plan 72242 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly boundaries of the said mineral claim to the intersection with the southerly boundary of the watershed of Crescent Inlet, said intersection marked by a P.Rock being a point on said northerly boundary of the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve as shown on said Plan 27 Tube 1452;

Thence generally westerly along the southerly boundaries of the watershed of said Crescent Inlet and of Tasu Sound, being also a portion of the southerly boundary of Tree Farm Licence 24 Block 2, to a point on the O.H.W.M. at Tasu Head, said southerly boundaries crossing in sequence the summits of Apex Mountain, Mount de la Touche, Mount Oliver and Mount Moody;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of the 52°40′36″ parallel of north latitude with the 132°13′16″ meridian of west longitude (said intersection being a point in the Pacific Ocean approximately 10 kilometres from said point on the O.H.W.M. at Tasu Head);

Save and Except the following described parcels or tracts of land:

Firstly:

The whole of Tanoo Indian Reserve No. 9 (Tanu) according to Plan B.C. 42 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa.

Secondly:

That part of District Lot 120 as dealt with by Plan 80235 in said records, a copy of which is filed in the Land Title Office at Prince Rupert as PRP 41539.

Thirdly:

Lot 1 of District Lot 120, Plan 9837.

Fourthly:

Forest Exclusion Areas 1 to 3 (inclusive) described as:

Area 1

Those parcels or tract of land described as Blocks 3, 4 and 5 in Schedule “B” of Tree-Farm Licence No. 24, dated May 2, 1979, and on the Official Register of the Forest Service, Timber Harvesting Branch, Victoria, British Columbia.

Area 2

That portion of Block 2 described in Schedule “B” of said Tree Farm Licence lying to the south and east of the above described line.

Area 3

Lots 640, 647, 660 and 1940 (being Timber Licences TO938, TO943, TO931 and TO950, respectively), together with that portion of Special Timber Licence 1209P (being TO924) which lies to the south of the above described line.

Fifthly:

Mineral Exclusion Areas 1 to 5 (inclusive) described as:

Area 1

Commencing at Poole Point, being a point on the easterly O.H.W.M. of Burnaby Island at approximate latitude 52°22′23″ and approximate longitude 131°14′35″;

Thence generally westerly and southwesterly along the O.H.W.M. of Burnaby Island to the most southerly point of Francis Bay, being a point on said O.H.W.M. at approximate latitude 52°21′51″ and approximate longitude 131°17′00″;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the most northerly point of Swan Bay, being a point on the O.H.W.M. of Burnaby Island at approximate latitude 52°21′00″ and longitude 131°18′10″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of the 52°20′15″ parallel of north latitude with the 131°17′00″ meridian of west longitude;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point on the 52°20′15″ parallel of north latitude lying due south of Poole Point, being a point on the easterly O.H.W.M. of Burnaby Island and being the point of commencement;

Thence due north to said point of commencement.

Area 2

Commencing at the northwest corner of Lot 105, being a point on the O.H.W.M. of Skincuttle Inlet;

Thence due north to a point lying due west of Deluge Point, Moresby Island, said point at approximate latitude 52°19′36″ and approximate longitude 131°13′00″;

Thence due east to said Deluge Point, Moresby Island, being a point on the O.H.W.M. of Skincuttle Inlet, at approximate latitude 52°19′36″ and approximate longitude 131°10′00″;

Thence generally southeasterly along the O.H.W.M. of Skincuttle Inlet to Ikeda Point, Moresby Island, being a point on the O.H.W.M. of Hecate Strait at approximate latitude 52°18′55″ and approximate longitude 131°08′10″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the most easterly point of Marion Rock, being a point on the O.H.W.M. of Collison Bay at approximate latitude 52°17′25″ and approximate longitude 131°06′30″;

Thence due south to a point lying due east of the southeast corner of Lot 2748;

Thence due west to a point lying due south of the southeast corner of Lot 2610;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to the most southerly corner of Lot 2604;

Thence northwesterly along the southwesterly boundary of said Lot 2604 to the most westerly corner thereof;

Thence northerly in a straight line to the northwest corner of Lot 2607;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to the most westerly corner of Lot 79;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to the most westerly corner of Lot 88;

Thence northeasterly along the northwesterly boundary of said Lot 88 to the most northerly corner thereof, and continuing northeasterly in a straight line to the northwest corner of Lot 2597;

Thence northeasterly alng the northerly boundary of said Lot 2597 to the O.H.W.M. of Harriet Harbour, on the easterly shore thereof;

Thence generally northerly, northwesterly and northeasterly along the O.H.W.M. of Harriet Harbour and Skincuttle Inlet to the point of commencement.

Area 3

Commencing at a point on the O.H.W.M. of Richardson Island, on the westerly shore thereof, lying due east of the southeast corner of Lot 663, said point being at approximate latitude 52°43′35″ and approximate longitude 131°45′15″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 52°39′25″ with longitude 131°42′36″, said straight line passing to the west of Lyell and Shuttle Islands;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 52°34′00″ with longitude 131°35′45″, said intersection lying easterly of Darwin Point, Moresby Island;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point on latitude 52°34′00″ lying due south of Sedgwick Point, being a point on the O.H.W.M. of Lyell Island and at approximate latitude 52°35′50″ and approximate longitude 131°32′15″;

Thence due north to the O.H.W.M. of Sedgwick Bay, on the most northerly shore thereof at approximate latitude 52°38′00″ and approximate longitude 131°32′15″;

Thence generally northwesterly along said O.H.W.M. of Sedgwick Bay to a point thereon lying due south of Powrivco Point being a point on the O.H.W.M. of Atli Inlet, said point on the O.H.W.M. of Sedgwick Bay at approximate latitude 52°39′10″ and approximate longitude 131°35′20″;

Thence in a straight line on a bearing of 345° to a point on the northerly O.H.W.M. of Dog Island at approximate latitude 52°44′15″ and approximate longitude 131°37′45″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to Tanu Point, being a point on the O.H.W.M. of Tanu Island at approximate latitude 52°44′46″ and approximate longitude 131°42′35″;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the point of commencement.

Area 4

Commencing at the intersection of latitude 52°04′25″ with longitude 131°02′24″;

Thence northerly along said longitude 131°02′24″ to the O.H.W.M. of Heater Harbour on the southerly shore thereof;

Thence generally northwesterly along said O.H.W.M. of Heater Harbour to the intersection of said O.H.W.M. with latitude 52°07′26″;

Thence westerly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 52°07′26″ with longitude 131°08′10″;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 52°06′00″ with longitude 131°08′15″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 52°04′20″ with a point on the O.H.W.M. of Kunghit Island at approximate longitude 131°06′50″;

Thence easterly in a straight line to the point of commencement.

Area 5

Commencing at the southeast corner of Lot 663;

Thence westerly along the southerly boundary of said Lot 663 to the intersection with the southerly boundary of the watershed of Crescent Inlet, said intersection marked by a Pipe Post, being a point on the northerly boundary of the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve as shown on Plan 9 Tube 1483 on file with the Surveyor General Branch of the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, at Victoria, a duplicate of which is recorded as Plan 72869 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Thence generally southwesterly along the southerly boundary of the watershed of said Crescent Inlet, being also a portion of the souterly boundary of Tree Farm Licence 24 Block 2, to the intersection with the easterly boundary of the Lockeport Four Mineral Claim, Record Number 5828(2), said intersection marked by a Pipe Post, being a point on the northerly boundary of the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve as shown on Plan 27 Tube 1452 on file with the Surveyor General Branch of the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, at Victoria, a duplicate of which is recorded as Plan 72242 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly boundaries of the said mineral claim to the intersection with the southerly boundary of the watershed of Crescent Inlet, said intersection marked by a P.Rock being a point on said northerly boundary of the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve as shown on said Plan 27 Tube 1452;

Thence generally westerly along the southerly boundary of the watershed of Crescent Inlet to the intersection with the westerly boundary of the watershed of Darwin Sound;

Thence generally southerly along said westerly boundary of the watershed of Darwin Sound to a point lying due west of the southwest corner of Lot 647;

Thence due east to a point on a line drawn between the intersection of latitude 52°39′25″ with longitude 131°42′36″ and the intersection of latitude 52°34′00″ with longitude 131°35′45″;

Thence northwesterly along said line drawn between the intersection of latitude 52°39′25″ with longitude 131°42′36″ and the intersection of latitude 52°34′00″ with longitude 131°35′45″ to said intersection of latitude 52°39′25″ with longitude 131°42′36″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point on the O.H.W.M. of Richardson Island, on the westerly shore thereof, lying due east of the southeast corner of Lot 663, said point being at approximate latitude 52°43′35″ and approximate longitude 131°45′15″;

Thence due west to said southeast corner of Lot 663, being the point of commencement.

Explanatory Note: All topographic features herein referred to being according to the Gazetteer of Canada (British Columbia) Third Edition, Ottawa 1985; to National Topographic Series (N.T.S.) Map, (103 B-C Moresby Island, Edition 2) produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment at Ottawa; to N.T.S. Maps (102-0/14 and 102-0/15 Cape St. James), (103B/2W Lyman Point), (103B/3 Kunghit Island), (103B/5 Gowgaia Bay), (103B/6 Burnaby Island), (103B/11 Ramsay Island), (103B/12 Darwin Sound), (103B/13 and 103B/14 Louise Island) and (103C/9 Tasu Head) produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources at Ottawa and to Canadian Hydrographic Service (C.H.S.) Chart 3853 produced at a scale of 1:150,000 by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Ottawa.

Secondly:

Commencing at a point on the O.H.W.M. of Richardson Island, on the westerly shore thereof, lying due east of the southeast corner of Lot 663, said point being at approximate latitude 52°43′35″ and approximate longitude 131°45′15″;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 52°39′25″ with longitude 131°42′36″, said straight line passing to the west of Lyell and Shuttle Islands;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 52°34′00″ with longitude 131°35′45″, said intersection lying easterly of Darwin Point, Moresby Island;

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point on latitude 52°34′00″ lying due south of Sedgwick Point, being a point on the O.H.W.M. of Lyell Island and at approximate latitude 52°35′50″ and approximate longitude 131°32′15″;

Thence due north to the O.H.W.M. of Sedgwick Bay, on the most northrly shore thereof at approximate latitude 52°38′00″ and approximate longitude 131°32′15″;

Thence generally northwesterly along said O.H.W.M. of Sedgwick Bay to a point thereon lying due south of Powrivco Point being a point on the O.H.W.M. of Atli Inlet, said point on the O.H.W.M. of Sedgwick Bay at approximate latitude 52°39′10″ and approximate longitude 131°35′20″;

Thence in a straight line on a bearing of 345° to a point on the northerly O.H.W.M. of Dog Island at approximate latitude 52°44′15″ and approximate longitude 131°37′45″;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to Tanu Point, being a point on the O.H.W.M. of Tanu Island at approximate latitude 52°44′46″ and approximate longitude 131°42′35″;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the point of commencement.

Thirdly:

All those parcels or tracts of land, together with all that foreshore or land covered by water lying above the ordinary high water mark; (O.H.W.M.) of the Queen Charlotte Islands and more particularly described as follows:

Firstly:

Commencing at the southeast corner of Lot 663;

Thence due east to the ordinary high water mark of Darwin Sound;

Thence in a general northeasterly direction along the ordinary high water mark of Darwin Sound and continuing in a general northwesterly direction along the ordinary high water mark of Crescent Inlet to its intersection with a straight line running from the northeast corner of Lot 663 to Standard B.C. capped post shown as point G on a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 79937, a copy of which is filed in the Land Title Office at Prince Rupert as PRP 41538;

Thence on a bearing of 211°52′07″ to the northeast corner of Lot 663 as shown on said Plan 79937;

Thence southerly along the easterly boundary of said Lot 663 to the southeast corner thereof,

being the point of commencement.

Secondly:

Commencing at the intersection of the northerly ordinary high water mark of Crescent Inlet with a straight line running from the northeast corner of Lot 663 to Standard B.C. capped post shown as point G on a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 79937, a copy of which is filed in the Land Title Office at Prince Rupert as PRP 41538;

Thence in general southeasterly, northeasterly and northerly directions along the ordinary high water marks of Crescent Inlet, Logan Inlet and Hecate Straight to the most northeasterly point of Tangil Peninsula at Porter Head at approximate latitude 52°48′35″ and approximate longitude 131°39′20″;

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the most easterly peak on the Tangil Peninsula at approximate latitude 52°48′10″ and approximate longitude 131°39′39″;

Thence westerly along the watershed boundary that separates those creeks that flow into Dana Inlet from those that flow into Logan Inlet to Standard B.C. capped post being the intersection of the northerly boundary of the watershed of Crescent Inlet with the said watershed boundary that separates those creeks that flow into Dana Inlet from those that flow into Logan Inlet, said post shown as point G on a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa as 79937, a copy of which is filed in the Land Title Office at Prince Rupert as PRP 41538;

Thence on a bearing of 211°52′07″ to the point of commencement, except that portion of Special Timber Licence 1209 P (being TO924) lying within the described boundaries.

Thirdly:

That portion of Richardson Island lying to the north and west of a straight line drwn between Tanu Point, being a point on the ordinary high water mark of Tanu Island (at approximate latitude 52°44′46″ and approximate longitude 131°42′35″) and a point on the ordinary high water mark of Richardson Island, on the westerly shore thereof, lying due east of the southeast corner of Lot 663, said point being at approximate latitude 52°43′35″ and approximate longitude 131°45′15″, except Lot 660 (being Timber Licence TO931);

Those portions of Lyell Island lying to the east of a straight line drawn on a bearing of 345° between a point on the ordinary high water mark of Sedgwick Bay (at approximate latitude 52°39′10″ and approximate longitude 131°35′20″) lying due south of Powrivco Point, being a point on the ordinary high water mark of Atli Inlet, and a point on the northerly ordinary high water mark of Dog Island at approximate latitude 52°44′15″ and approximate longitude 131°37′45″, except Lot 1940 (being Timber Licence TO950);

Tanu Island, except Lot 640 (being Timber Licence TO938) and the whole of Tanoo Indian Reserve No. 9 (Tanu) according to Plan B.C. 42 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa;

Kunga Island; Faraday Island; Murchison Island; and Ramsay Island.

Fourthly:

Huxley Island, Alder Island and Bolkus Islands, together with that portion of Burnaby Island lying to the north and west of a straight line drawn between the most southerly point of Francis Bay, being a point on the ordinary high water mark of Burnaby Island (at approximate latitude 52°21′51″ and approximate longitude 131°17′00″), and the most northerly point of Swan Bay, being a point on the ordinary high water mark of Burnaby Island (at approximate latitude 52°21′00″ and longitude 131°18′10″).

Fifthly:

That portion of Moresby Island lying to the east of the westerly boundaries of the watersheds of Louscoone Inlet, Skincuttle Inlet and Burnaby Strait, and to the south of the northerly boundary of the watershed of Bag Harbour, except that portion within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the northwest corner of Lot 105, being a point on the ordinary high water mark of Moresby Island;

Thence in general easterly, southwesterly, northeasterly, southerly, southwesterly and northeasterly directions along the ordinary high water mark of Moresby Island to the most easterly point of Marion Rock, being a point on said ordinary high water mark at approximate latitude 52°17′25″ and approximate longitude 131°06′30″;

Thence due south to a point lying due east of the southeast corner of Lot 2748;

Thence due west to a point lying due south of the southeast corner of Lot 2610;

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to the most southerly corner of Lot 2604;

Thence northwesterly along the southwesterly boundary of said Lot 2604 to the most westerly corner thereof;

Thence northerly in a straight line to the northwest corner of Lot 2607;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to the most westerly corner of Lot 79;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to most westerly corner of Lot 88;

Thence northeasterly along the northwesterly boundary of said Lot 88 to the most northerly corner thereof, and continuing northeasterly in a straight line to the northwest corner of Lot 2597;

Thence northeasterly along the northerly boundary of said Lot 2597 to the ordinary high water mark of Moresby Island;

Thence generally northerly, northwesterly and northeasterly along the ordinary high water mark of Moresby Island to the point of commencement.

Explanatory Note: All topographiceatures herein referred to being according to the Gazetteer of Canada (British Columbia) Third Edition, Ottawa 1985; to National Topographic Series (N.T.S.) Map, (103 B-C Moresby Island, Edition 2) produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment at Ottawa; to N.T.S. Maps (102-0/14 and 102-0/15 Cape St. James), (103B/2W Lyman Point), (103B/3 Kunghit Island), (103B/5 Gowgaia Bay), (103B/6 Burnaby Island), (103B/11 Ramsay Island), (103B/12 Darwin Sound), (103B/13 and 103B/14 Louise Island) and (103C/9 Tasu Head) produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources at Ottawa and to Canadian Hydrographic Service (C.H.S.) Chart 3853 produced at a scale of 1:150,000 by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Ottawa.


Gulf Islands National Park Reserve Of Canada

In this description, “Annex C of the Memorandum of Agreement” means Annex C of the Memorandum of Agreement between Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada as represented by the Minister of Canadian Heritage for the purposes of the Parks Canada Agency and Her Majesty the Queen in right of British Columbia as represented by the Minister of Sustainable Resource Management and the Minister of Water, Land and Air Protection respecting the establishment of a National Park Reserve of Canada in the Gulf Islands of British Columbia, dated May 9, 2003, which Annex C is posted on the Parks Canada Agency Internet site for Gulf Islands National Park Reserve of Canada and is available for consultation in the office of the superintendent of the Park Reserve.

In this description, “PID” means Parcel Identifier under the British Columbia Land Title system of land descriptions.

In the Province of British Columbia;

In the Gulf Islands;

In the Strait of Georgia and Haro Strait;

All those parcels being more particularly described as follows:


Brackman Island

Firstly, District Lot 42 (known as Black Island), Cowichan District (PID 000-356-115);

Secondly, all Crown land and land covered by water in Cowichan District described as follows: Commencing at a point in Shute Passage, said point lying 200 metres due south of the most southerly point on the natural boundary of Brackman (Black) Island; and thence along a line parallel to and 200 metres perpendicularly distant from said natural boundary, in a general northwesterly, then northeasterly, then southeasterly, then southwesterly direction to the point of commencement, except

(a) that part of the unsurveyed foreshore of Portland Island which lies above the lower low water mark; and

(b) District Lot 42 (known as Black Island), Cowichan District (PID 000-356-115).


Cabbage Island

Firstly, all of Lot 15, “Cabbage Island”, Cowichan District (PID 009-595-678);

Secondly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of Lot 15.


D’Arcy Island

Firstly, all of District Lot 104, Cowichan District (formerly Victoria District), being D’Arcy Island and said to contain 200 acres (80.94 hectares), more or less (PID 013-551-485);

Secondly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of District Lot 104, Cowichan District.


Georgeson Island

Firstly, all of Lot 23, Cowichan District (PID 000-629-332);

Scondly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of said Lot 23, Cowichan District.


Isle-de-Lis

Firstly, all of Lot 72, Cowichan District, being a small island sometimes called Rum Island lying easterly of Gooch Island (PID 009-596-232);

Secondly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of Lot 72, Cowichan District.


Islets

Firstly, District Lot 70, Cowichan District, being an unnamed islet southwest of Dock Island, as shown on Schedule J to Annex C of the Memorandum of Agreement;

Secondly, all unsurveyed, unencumbered and unalienated Crown islets within the coastal tidal waters of the Core Area except

(a) the Crown islets described in item 3 of Annex C of the Memorandum of Agreement; and

(b) District Lot 121, Cowichan District (being Dock Island).

The said Core area is shown on a map in Schedule B to Annex C of the Memorandum of Agreement. It is defined as:

Beginning at Turning Point number 5 on the International Boundary between Canada and the United States at latitude 48° 32' 55.4″ and longitude 123° 13' 08.2″ as shown on National Topographic Maps 92 B/14 and 92 B/11, 4th Edition dated 1999, North American Datum 1983. Thence along the said boundary toward Turning Point number 4 for a distance of 4000 metres to the point of commencement:

Thence along the International Boundary to Turning Point number 4 at latitude 48° 41' 38.4″ and longitude 123° 16' 04.4″;

Thence to Turning Point number 3 at latitude 48° 46' 01.6″ and longitude 123° 00' 30.6″;

Thence to Turning Point number 2 at latitude 48° 49' 52.4″ and longitude 123° 00' 30.6″;

Thence along the said International Boundary towards Turning Point number 1 for a distance of 20,000 metres, to a point;

Thence to a point at the centre of Active Pass at approximate latitude 48° 52' 15″ and approximate longitude 123° 18' 22″;

Thence along the centerline of Active Pass to the midway point between Collison Point and Helen Point at approximate latitude 48° 51' 30" and approximate longitude 123° 20' 57″;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 51' 05″ and longitude 123° 21' 24″;

Thence to Ben Mohr Rock near latitude 48° 51' 35″ and longitude 123° 23' 23″;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 51' 25″ and longitude 123° 24' 41″;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 50' 33″ and longitude 123° 24' 51″ near the midway point between Nose Point and Shelby Point;

Thence to a point about 750 metres west of Owl Island at latitude 48° 49' 36″ and longitude 123° 24' 42″;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 47' 54″ and longitude 123° 23' 20″ about midway between Yeo Point and the Channel Islands;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 46' 14″ and longitude 123° 21' 14″;

Thence due south to a point at latitude 48° 45' 12″ and longitude 123° 21' 14″;

Thence westerly to a point on the shoreline at Eleanor Point near latitude 48° 45' 12″ and longitude 123° 23' 13″;

Thence westerly along the shoreline to a point at approximate latitude 48° 45' 20″ and longitude 123° 25' 47″;

Thence southerly to a point at latitude 48° 43' 58″ and longitude 123° 25' 17″;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 43' 50″ and longitude 123°5' 56″ about midway between Saltspring Island and Isabella Island;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 43' 30″ and longitude 123° 26' 29″;

Thence due south to a point at latitude 48° 42' 53″ and longitude 123° 26' 29″;

Thence easterly to a point at latitude 48° 42' 26″ and longitude 123° 22' 49″;

Thence southeasterly to a point at latitude 48° 41' 08″ and longitude 123° 21' 19″;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 40' 11″ and longitude 123° 23' 04″, about 500 metres west of Little Shell Island;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 35' 28″ and longitude 123° 19' 04″, about 1000 metres west of Munroe Rock;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 33' 35″ and longitude 123° 18' 20″;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 33' 25″ and longitude 123° 16' 49″;

Thence to a point at latitude 48° 33' 31″ and longitude 123° 15' 10″;

Thence to the point of commencement on the International Boundary;

Thirdly, the following described Crown islets, which are shown stippled on Schedules A to G inclusive of Annex C of the Memorandum of Agreement:

(a) Belle Chain Islets;

(b) Blunden Islet;

(c) Channel Islets;

(d) East Point — Boiling Reef;

(e) Greig Island;

(f) Hawkins Island;

(g) Imrie Island;

(h) Isabella Islet;

(i) Java Islet;

(j) Reay Island;

(k) Red Islets;

(l) Sallas Rocks; and

(m) Samuel Islet;

Fourthly, District Lot 65, Cowichan District, being an unnamed islet northeast of Samuel Island, as shown on Schedule I to Annex C of the Memorandum of Agreement;

Fifthly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of the Crown islets described in item Thirdly.


Mayne Island

Firstly, Parcel 1 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95674 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Secondly, Parcel 2 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95674 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Thirdly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of the said Parcel 1.


McDonald Park

Parcels 1 and 5 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95673 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa.


North Pender Island

Firstly, Parcel 4 (Prior Centennial Park) as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95675 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Secondly, Parcel 3 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95675 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Thirdly, that part of the Southwest 1/4, Section 13, Pender Island, Cowichan District, containing 23 acres, more or less, described as commencing at the intersection of the north boundary with the high water mark, thence westerly along the north boundary 21.50 chains, more or less, to the westerly boundary of Section 13, thence southerly along the westerly boundary 10.25 chains, more or less, to a point 29.75 chains from the southwest corner; thence easterly parallel with the south boundary 22.00 chains, more or lss, to the high water mark and thence northerly along the high water mark to the point of commencement, except that part included within a 1 chain strip adjacent to the high water mark (PID 010-751-866);

Fourthly, the 1 chain strip of land adjacent to the high water mark referred to in item Thirdly;

Fifthly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward to the natural boundary of the Southwest 1/4, Section 13, Pender Island, Cowichan District;

Sixthly, the unsurveyed Crown land above the natural boundary of an unnamed islet in Shingle Bay, Pender Island as shown on Schedule H to Annex C of the Memorandum of Agreement;

Seventhly, Parcel 1 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95675 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Eighthly, Parcel 10 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95676 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Ninthly, Parcel 8 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95676 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Tenthly, the North 1/2 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section 15, Pender Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-674-918);

Eleventhly, the South 1/2 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section 15, Pender Island, Cowichan District (PID 023-411-791);

Twelfthly, Parcel 7 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95676 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Thirteenthly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of the land described in items Eighthly and Fifteenthly;

Fourteenthly, Parcel B (DD 331006I) of Section 16, Pender Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-675-639);

Fifteenthly, Lot 176, Cowichan District, containing 0.094 acres more or less (PID 009-596-470);

Sixteenthly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of the land described in items Ninthly and Fourteenthly except for any part of that land within District Lot 536, Cowichan District;

Seventeenthly, Parcel 6 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95675 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Eighteenthly, Parcel 5 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95675 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa; and

Nineteenthly, Parcel 9 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95676 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa.


South Pender Island

Firstly, Parcel 1 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95677 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Secondly, Parcel 3 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95677 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Thirdly, the Fractional Southeast 1/4 of Section 21, Pender Island, Cowichan District (PID 003-306-364);

Fourthly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of the land described in items Firstly, Secondly and Thirdly.


Pine Island

Lot 17, Pine Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-595-686);

The land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of Lot 17.


Portland Island

Firstly, District Lot 1, Portland Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-017-461);

Secondly, District Lot 2, Portland Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-017-909);

Thirdly, District Lot 3, Portland Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-017-917);

Fourthly, District Lot 4, Prtland Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-017-933);

Fifthly, all Crown land and land covered by water in Cowichan District described as follows:

Lying between the natural boundary of Portland Island and a line drawn parallel to and 400 metres perpendicularly distant seaward from the natural boundary of Portland Island except:

(a) District Lot 38, Cowichan District (PID 003-439-216);

(b) District Lot 48, Cowichan District (PID 009-596-097);

(c) District Lot 49, Cowichan District (PID 005-099-803);

(d) District Lot 574, Cowichan District; and

(e) Brackman Island.


Prevost Island

Firstly, Section 1, Prevost Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-722-301);

Secondly, Section 2, Prevost Island, Cowichan District (PID 023-412-402);

Thirdly, Section 7, Prevost Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-722-581);

Fourthly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of the land described in items Firstly, Secondly, Thirdly, Fifthly and Sixthly;

Fifthly, the Lighthouse Reserve, being that part of Section 13, Prevost Island, Cowichan District, more particularly described as follows: Commencing from the high water mark at a point distant 22.42 chains from the southwest corner of said section; thence across an arm of the sea N 70° 30' E, 6.20 chains to the high water mark on the north side of the said arm: this is the place of commencement; thence N 08° 00' E, 7.24 chains; thence N 21° 30' W, 11.79 chains; thence in a southeasterly direction along the coast line high water mark to Portlock Point; thence in a westerly direction continuing along the coast line high water mark to the said place of commencement, containing 7 1/3 acres, more or less (PID 009-724-095);

Sixthly, Section 13, Prevost Island, Cowichan District, except the Lighthouse Reserve, containing 7.33 acres, more or less (PID 009-722-866).


Russell Island

Firstly, all of Russell Island, Cowichan District (PID 023-767-502);

Secondly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of Russell Island.


Saturna Island

Firstly, Parcel 1 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95679 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Secondly, Parcels 8 to 9 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95681 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Thirdly, the Southwest 1/4 of Section 10, Saturna Island, Cowichan District, shown on Plan DD 58871I, (PID 009-629-131);

Fourthly, Parcel 3 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95679 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Fifthly, the Southeast 1/4 of Section 11, Saturna Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-628-606);

Sixthly, the Southeast 1/4 of Section 10, Saturna Island, Cowichan District (PID 002-684-217 and 009-629-033);

Seventhly, the Northeast 1/4 of Section 3, Saturna Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-628-347);

Eighthly, the Southwest 1/4 of Section 9, Saturna Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-627-022);

Ninthly, Parcel 7 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95680 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Tenthly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of the land described in items Fourthly and Ninthly;

clasEleventhly, Parcel 4 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95679 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Twelfthly, Southeast 1/4 of Section 9, Saturna Island, Cowichan District;

Thirteenthly, Parcel 6 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95680 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Fourteenthly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of the land described in item Thirteenthly;

Fifteenthly, the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 4, Saturna Island, Cowichan District (PID 010-573-666);

Sixteenthly, Parcel 5 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95679 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Seventeenthly, the Northwest 1/4 of Section 4, Saturna Island, Cowichan District;

Eighteenthly, the West 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of Section 8, Saturna Island, Cowichan District;

Nineteenthly, the Northeast 1/4 of Section 10, Saturna Island, Cowichan District (PID 010-996-885);

Twentiethly, the Northeast 1/4 of Section 11, Saturna Island, Cowichan District, except the Northeast 1/4 thereof (PID 010-686-240);

Twenty-firstly, the Northwest 1/4 of Section 11, Saturna Island, Cowichan District;

Twenty-secondly, Fractional Section 21, Saturna Island, Cowichan District (PID 023-895-080);

Twenty-thirdly, the Southwest 1/4 of Section 11, Saturna Island, Cowichan District (PID 009-628-975);

Twenty-fourthly, Parcel 2 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95679 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Except the bed of Lyall Creek in Sections 9, 10, 11 and 17.

Except the Narvaez Bay Road and Staples Road in Sections 1, 4, 9, 10 and 11.


Winter Cove Marine Park, Saturna Island

Firstly, Parcels 1, 2, 3 and 4 as shown on Descriptive Map Plan 95678 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in Ottawa;

Secondly, all Crown land and land covered by water in Cowichan District described as follows:

Commencing at the most northerly point on Saturna Island, being a point on the southerly natural boundary of Boat Passage;

Thence on a bearing of 225° to the point of intersection with the northwesterly production of a southerly boundary of Lot 1 of Sections 18, 19 and 20, Saturna Island, Plan 32126, which is on a bearing of approximately 315°;

Thence southeasterly along said northwesterly production to the point of intersection with the southerly shore natural boundary of Winter Cove;

Thence in a general northerly direction along said natural boundary to the point of commencement;

Thirdly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of the land described in item Firstly.


Sidney Spit Marine Park

All Crown land and land covered by water in Range 1 West, Sidney (Sallas) Island, North Saanich District and Cowichan District, all being within Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) Projection Zone 10 and contained within the following described boundaries:

Commencing at the southwest corner of Lot 1 of Sections 11, 12 and 13, Range 1 East and of Sections 11, 12 and 13, Range 1 West, Sidney (Sallas) Island, North Saanich District, Plan 33101, being a point on the easterly shore natural boundary of Sidney Channel;

Thence northeasterly along the southerly boundary of Lot 1, Plan 33101, and continuing northeasterly along the northeasterly poduction of the southerly boundary of Lot 1 to UTM coordinate East 476955 metres, being 100 metres, more or less, perpendicularly distant northeasterly from the present natural boundary of Miners Channel;

Thence northwesterly to UTM coordinates North 5386447 metres and East 476888 metres;

Thence northwesterly to UTM coordinates North 5387188 metres and East 476309 metres;

Thence northwesterly to UTM coordinates North 5387756 metres and East 475842 metres;

Thence northwesterly to UTM coordinates North 5388100 metres and East 475481 metres;

Thence northwesterly to UTM coordinates North 5388479 metres and East 475248 metres;

Thence northwesterly to UTM coordinates North 5389150 metres and East 474643 metres;

Thence northwesterly to UTM coordinates North 5389198 metres and East 474485 metres;

Thence southwesterly to UTM coordinates North 5389089 metres and East 474357 metres;

Thence southeasterly to UTM coordinates North 5388938 metres and East 474379 metres;

Thence southeasterly to UTM coordinates North 5388828 metres and East 474544 metres;

Thence southeasterly to UTM coordinates North 5387342 metres and East 474822 metres;

Thence southwesterly to UTM coordinates North 5387265 metres and East 474752 metres;

Thence southwesterly to UTM coordinates North 5387136 metres and East 474723 metres;

Thence southwesterly to UTM coordinates North 5386963 metres and East 474716 metres;

Thence southeasterly to UTM coordinates North 5386693 metres and East 474768 metres;

Thence southeasterly to UTM coordinates North 5385960 metres and East 475089 metres;

Thence southeasterly to UTM coordinates North 5385706 metres and East 475249 metres;

Thence southeasterly to UTM coordinates North 5385594 metres and East 475449 metres;

Thence southeasterly along a straight line to its intersection with the southwesterly production of the southerly boundary of Lot 1, Plan 33101, North Saanich District at UTM coordinate East 475710 metres, being 100 meters, more or less, perpendicularly distant southwesterly from the present natural boundary of Sidney Channel;

Thence northeasterly along the southwesterly production of the southerly boundary of Lot 1, Plan 33101, to the southwest corner of Lot 1, being the point of commencement;

Except Block B of District Lot 226, Cowichan District.

Except those portions of Sections 11, 12 and 13, Range 1 East, North Saanich District, as shown on Plans 402R and 537R.


Tumbo Island

Firstly, all of Tumbo Island, except the 100 foot radius around the cabins located at NAD83 UTM coordinates 494713 E, 5404866 N and 494932 E, 5404783 N;

Secondly, the land extending 25 metres perpendicularly distant seaward of the natural boundary of the land described in item Firstly.

2000, c. 32, Sch. 2; 2002, c. 7, s. 107(E); 2004, c. 20, s. 2; 2005, c. 27, s. 17; 2008, c. 2, s. 14; 2009, c. 17, ss. 8, 9; SOR/2010-182.

Previous VersionSchedule 3

(Section 26)

Protected Species


Part 1

Polar bearUrsus maritimus
Common Name Scientific Name
Piping plover Charadrius melodus
Peregrine falcon Falco peregrinus
Gyrfalcon Falco rusticolus
Whooping crane Grus americana
Mountain goat Oreamnos americanus
Bighorn sheep Ovis canadensis
Dall’s sheep Ovis dalli
Eastern Massasauga rattlesnake Sistrurus catenatus catenatus
Grizzly bear Ursus arctos

Part 2

Black bearUrsus americanus
Common Name Scientific Name
Moose Alces alces
American bison Bison bison
Wolf Canis lupus
American elk (Wapiti) Cervus elaphus
Cougar (Mountain lion) Felis concolor
Mule deer Odocoileus hemionus
White-tailed deer Odocoileus virginianus
Caribou Rangifer tarandus
Atlantic salmon Salmo salar

Schedule 4

(Sections 33 and 34)

Park Communities


7. WasagamingPlan 88102 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at OttawaPlan 88103 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa28,586
Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4
Name of Community Description of Community Description of Commercial Zones Maximum Floor Area (m2)
1. Field Plan 88096 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa Plan 88097 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa and the lands in the Province of British Columbia, in Kootenay District, in the Townsite of Field as shown on a plan 88096 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, in Yoho National Park, more particularly described as follows:


5,055
Firstly;


That part of Lot W as shown on the plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa under number 37572, said part described as follows:


Commencing at an iron bar located at a bearing of 225°02′51″ a distance of 50.04 metres from an iron bar located on the west boundary of Second Street East and labelled as Point 52 on a plan recorded in the said Canada Lands Surveys Records under number 52883;


Thence continuing on a bearing of 225°02′51″ a distance of 32.46 metres to a capped post;


Thence on a bearing of 250°37′12″ a distance of 20.12 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a bearing of 333°06′36″ a distance of 26.06 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 268.10 metres, an arc distance of 9.18 metres, having a chord bearing of 64°05′21″ and a chord distance of 9.18 metres;


Thence on a bearing of 335°04′20″ a distance of 2.00 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a bearing of 65°04′11″ a distance of 42.25 metres to an iron post;


Tence on a bearing of 155°04′20″ a distance of 19.03 metres more or less, to the point of commencement.


The said parcel being shown as Lot 1 on a plan recorded in the Vancouver office of Legal Surveys Division of Natural Resources Canada under number MPS768;


The said parcel containing an area of 1329 square metres more or less.


Secondly;
That part of Lot W as shown on a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa under number 37572, said part described as follows:
Commencing at an iron bar located at a bearing of 250°37′12″ a distance of 70.71 metres from a capped post, said capped post located at a bearing of 225°02′51″ a distance of 82.50 metres from an iron bar located on the west boundary of Second Street East and labelled as Point 52 on a plan recorded in the said Canada Lands Surveys Records under number 52883;


Thence on a bearing of 135°59′40″ a distance of 17.92 metres to a capped post;


Thence on a bearing of 221°06′07″ a distance of 101.88 metres to a capped post;


Thence on a bearing of 297°19′56″ a distance of 29.76 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 268.10 metres, an arc distance of 112.60 metres, having a chord bearing of 39°21′50″ and a chord distance of 111.78 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a bearing of 135°59′40″ a distance of 14.50 metres more or less, to the point of commencement.


The said parcel being shown as Lot 2 on a plan recorded in the Vancouver office of Legal Surveys Division of Natural Resources Canada under number MPS768;


The said parcel containing an area of 3712 square metres more or less.
Thirdly;


That part of Lot W as shown on the plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa under number 37572, said part described as follows:


Commencing at an irn post located at a bearing of 294°49′39″ a distance of 16.78 from an iron post, said iron post being located at a bearing of 198°21′20″ a distance of 29.64 metres from an iron post located on the north west boundary of Stephen Avenue and labelled as Point 329 on a plan recorded in the said Canada Lands Surveys Records under number 52883;


Thence on a bearing of 201°30′39″ a distance of 25.27 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a bearing of 289°42′06″ a distance of 56.77 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a bearing of 19°42′06″ a distance of 25.26 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a bearing of 109°42′06″ a distance of 57.57 metres more or less, to the point of commencement.


The said parcel being shown as Lot 3 on a plan recorded in the Vancouver office of Legal Surveys Division of Natural Resources Canada under number MPS768;


The said parcel containing an area of 1444 square metres more or less.


Fourthly;


That part of Lot W as shown on a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa under number 37572, described as follows:


Commencing at an iron post located at a bearing of 198°21′20″ a distance of 29.64 metres from an iron post located on the north west boundary of Stephen Avenue and labelled as Point 329 on a plan recorded in the said Canada Lands Surveys Records under number 52883;


Thence continuing on a bearing of 198°21′20″ a distance of 18.54 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a bearing of 252°10′46″ a distance of 8.58 metres to an iron post;
Thence on a bearing of 289°42′06″ a distance of 11.15 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a bearing of 21°30′39″ a distance of 25.27 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a bearing of 114°49′39″ a distance of 16.78 metres more or less, to the point of commencement.


d class="noThe said parcel being shown as Lot 4 on a plan recorded in the Vancouver office of Legal Surveys Division of Natural Resources Canada under number MPS768;


The said parcel containing an area of 408 square metres more or less.


Fifthly;


That part of Lot V as shown on a plan recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa under number 37572, described as follows:


Commencing at an iron post located at a bearing of 203°04′12″ a distance of 284.51 metres from a capped post located on the boundary of the Townsite of Field and labelled as Point 12 on a plan recorded in the said Canada Lands Surveys Records under number 83808;


Thence on a bearing of 109°04′25″ a distance of 25.60 metres to an iron post in concrete;


Thence on a bearing of 199°05′15″ a distance of 54.07 metres to an iron post in concrete;


Thence on a bearing of 289°04′46″ a distance of 25.26 metres to an iron post;


Thence on a bearing of 11°59′25″ a distance of 8.63 metres to a capped post;


Thence on a bearing of 20°00′10″ a distance of 45.51 metres more or less, to the point of commencement.


The said parcel being shown as Lot 5 on a plan recorded in the Vancouver office of Legal Surveys Division of Natural Resources Canada under number MPS768;


The said parcel containing an area of 1402 square metres more or less.


All bearings are astronomic and are derived from the bearing between found capped posts on the boundary of the Townsite of Field as shown on a plan recorded in the said Canada Lands Surveys Records under number 83808, said capped posts labelled on this plan as points 33 and 34A and having a bearing between them of 63°15′40″.


2. Banff Plan 88090 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa Plan 88091 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa 361,390
3. Lake Louise Plan 88092 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawad class="noPlan 88093 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa 96,848
4. Waterton Plan 88098 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa Plan 88099 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa 36,518
5. Jasper Plan 88094 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa Plan 88095 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa 118,222
6. Waskesiu Plan 88100 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa Plan 88101 recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa 34,575

2000, c. 32, Sch. 4; SOR/2004-116.

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Commercial Ski Areas


Lake Louise Ski Area

In Banff National Park of Canada, the following described area:

The whole of Parcel DZ as shown on Plan 69749 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which has been deposited in the Land Titles Office for the South Alberta Land Registration District at Calgary under number 8510449, said parcel containing 2192 hectares, more or less.


Mount Norquay Ski Area

In Banff National Park of Canada, the following described area:

The whole of Parcel EY as shown on Plan 74099 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which has been deposited in the Land Titles Office for the South Alberta Land Registration District at Calgary under number 9210231, said parcel containing 300.06 hectares, more or less.


Marmot Basin Ski Area

In Jasper National Park of Canada, the following described area:

The whole of Parcel FG as shown on Plan 69622 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which has been deposited in the Land Titles Office for the North Alberta Land Registration District at Edmonton under number 8520246, said parcel containing 678 hectares, more or less.


Mount Agassiz Ski Area

In Riding Mountain National Park of Canada, the following described area:

All that parcel of land shown as Mount Agassiz Ski Resort on Plan 64217 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which is filed in the Land Titles Office in Neepawa as 6406, said parcel containing 141.64 hectares, more or less.


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