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SCHEDULE 2(Section 2)Tracts of Territorial Lands Withdrawn from Disposal Saoyú–Æehdacho National Historic Site of Canada, Northwest Territories

Æehdacho Portion (Scented Grass Hills) — Proposed Subsurface Withdrawal (from a portion of Lot 1000, Quad 96 G/15, which is parcel 63 of the Sahtu Dene and Métis Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement (Surface Land))

In the Northwest Territories;

All that parcel of land more particularly described as follows, all topographic features hereinafter referred to being according to:

Edition 3 of the Kilekale Lake National Topographic System (“NTS”) map sheet number 96 J, produced at a scale of 1:250 000;

Edition 2 of the Fort Franklin National Topographic System (“NTS”) map sheet number 96 G, produced at a scale of 1:250 000.

All boundary monuments and boundary of Lot 1000, Quad 96 G/15 hereinafter referred to being according to Plan 90772 Canada Lands Survey Records (“CLSR”) / 4033 Northwest Territories Land Titles Office (“LTO”);

All coordinates 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.

Commencing at boundary monument 69L1000 on Lot 1000, Quad 96 G/15 at approximate latitude 65°58′39″N and approximate longitude 123°20′35″W;

Thence northerly in a straight line to the intersection of the north boundary of Lot 1000, Quad 96 G/15 at longitude 123°20′35″W and approximate latitude 66°08′18″N being on the ordinary high-water mark of Mackintosh Bay of Great Bear Lake;

Thence easterly along the ordinary high-water mark of Mackintosh Bay of Great Bear Lake and continuing along said lot boundary through boundary monuments 75L1000 through 72L1000;

Thence following said boundary to, and along, the ordinary high-water mark of Deerpass Bay of Great Bear Lake to the point of commencement.

Said parcel containing approximately 680 km2 (262 square miles).

  • SI/2011-86, s. 1
 
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