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Order Assigning to the Minister of the Environment the Administration of Certain Public Lands (SI/98-103)

Regulations are current to 2024-05-28

SCHEDULE

PART 1Assignment of Public Lands

Îles de l’Estuaire National Wildlife Area

In the province of Quebec,

In the Registration Division of Rimouski, all that part of that island, in the St. Lawrence River, including its foreshore and reefs, more particularly described as follows:

Bicquette Island, situated in the proximity of Du Bic Island at approximate latitude 48°25′N and approximate longitude 68°50′W, designated as lot 748 on the Plan and Book of Reference for the Cadastre of the Parish of Sainte-Cécile-du-Bic, in the Rimouski Registration Division, and described in a deed registered in the Registry Office for said Division under number 2548;

Except: the parcel designated as “PARCELLE I, Partie LOT 748”, and shown on the plan prepared by Roger Boisclair, Quebec Land Surveyor, as number 1820 of his minutes, dated September 30, 1987, being plan number DMADC-Q-05537 of the Canadian Coast Guard, Laurentian Region;

In the Registration Division of Kamouraska-Témiscouata, all those islands and parts thereof, in the St. Lawrence River, including their foreshores and reefs, more particularly described under Firstly to Fifthly as follows:

Firstly,

  • (a) Blanche Island, being without cadastral designation, situated about 2.4 km northeast from the northeasterly point of Aux Lièvres Island at approximate latitude 47°56′N and approximate longitude 69°40′W;

  • (b) Aux Fraises Island, being without cadastral designation, situated about 3.2 km southwest from the southwesterly point of Aux Lièvres Island at approximate latitude 47°45′N and approximate longitude 69°48′W;

said islands being described in a deed registered in the Registry Office for the Kamouraska Registration Division under number 234210 and shown on plans MM-82-5406 and MM-82-5407, respectively, prepared by Public Works Canada, Real Estate Services, dated January 11, 1982;

Secondly, Du Pot à l’Eau-de-Vie (Brandy Pot) Island, being without cadastral designation, fronting the City of Rivière-du-Loup and near Aux Lièvres Island at approximate latitude 47°52′N and approximate longitude 69°41′W, Du Pot à l’Eau-de-Vie Island being the property of the Federal Government in accordance with the expropriation documents registered in the Registry Office for the Témiscouata Registration Division on September 16, 1913;

Except: that part of said island lying easterly of a line having an astronomic azimuth of 354°49′ and a length of 117.35 m, said line being at a distance of 59.44 m on an astronomic azimuth of 264°49′ from the centre of the new riding light, as shown on plan EM-79-4912 prepared by Public Works Canada, Real Estate Services, dated November 6, 1979;

Thirdly, that part of the island known as Du Long Pèlerin Island, being a part of lot 551 on the Plan and Book of Reference for the Official Cadastre of the Parish of Saint-André, in the Kamouraska Registration Division, as described in the Deed of Discharge (Quit Claim) in favour of the Federal Government and registered in the Registry Office for said district under number 47445 on June 20, 1928;

said part of said island is shown on Plan EM-79-4914 prepared by Public Works Canada, Real Estate Services, dated November 6, 1979;

Fourthly, the island known as La Grande Île de Kamouraska, being a part of lot 504 on the Plan and Book of Reference for the Cadastre of the Parish of Saint-Louis-de-Kamouraska, in the Kamouraska Registration Division, and described in the deed registered in the Registry Office for the said district under number 9159 on June 18, 1961;

Except: that part of said island containing the navigational aid installations of the Department of Transport (Canada);

said island and part of said island are shown on plan EM-79-4913 prepared by Public Works Canada, Real Estate Services, dated November 6, 1979;

Fifthly, the islands of Kamouraska designated as lots 506, 507, 508 and 509 in the Official Cadastre for the Parish of Saint-Louis-de-Kamouraska, in the Kamouraska Registration Division, and described in the deed registered in the Registry Office for the said Division under number 121477 on March 26, 1980;

said islands are known under the names Brûlée Island, De la Providence Island and Les Récifs and shown on Plan MM-82-5408 prepared by Public Works Canada, Real Estate Services, dated January 11, 1982.

PART 2Amendments

Order in Council P.C. 1980-1480

  • 1 [Amendment]

Order in Council P.C. 1981-1373

  • 2 [Amendment]

 

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