# Cartierville Airport Zoning Regulations (C.R.C., c. 79)

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# Cartierville Airport Zoning Regulations

C.R.C., c. 79

Regulations Respecting Zoning at Cartierville Airport

## Short Title

**1** These Regulations may be cited as the Cartierville Airport Zoning Regulations.

## Interpretation

- airport
airport means Cartierville Airport, in the Province of Quebec; (aéroport)

- airport reference point
airport reference point means the point described in Part I of the schedule; (point de repère de l’aéroport)

- approach surface
approach surface means an imaginary inclined plane the lower end of which is a horizontal line at right angles to the centre line of a strip and passing through a point at the strip end on the centre line of the strip; (surface d’approche)

- horizontal surface
horizontal surface means an imaginary horizontal plane centering on and located 150 feet above the assigned elevation of the airport reference point; (surface horizontale)

- Minister
Minister[Revoked, SOR/93-401, s. 2]

- strip
strip means a rectangular portion of the landing area of the airport, 700 feet in width, including the runway, especially prepared for the take-off and landing of aircraft in a particular direction; (bande)

- transitional surface
transitional surface means an imaginary inclined plane extending upward and outward from the outer lateral limits of a strip and its approach surface to an intersection with the horizontal surface or other transitional surfaces. (surface de transition)

(2) Notwithstanding the definition horizontal surface in subsection (1), for the purposes of

(a) that part of lot 365 to which these Regulations apply, lot 365-1 and that part of lot 367, West of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way, to which these Regulations apply, and

(b) lots 369-2, 370-6, 367-110 and 2660,

which lie in the parish of St. Laurent, horizontal surface means an imaginary horizontal plane centering on and located 196 feet above the assigned elevation of the airport reference point.

- SOR/93-401, s. 2

**3** For the purposes of these Regulations, the airport reference point is deemed to be 104 feet above sea level.

## Application

**4** These Regulations apply to all lands, including public road allowances, adjacent to or in the vicinity of the airport, as more particularly described in Part II of the schedule.

## General

**5** No person shall erect or construct, on any land to which these Regulations apply, any building, structure or object or any addition to any existing building, structure or object, the highest point of which will exceed in elevation at the location of the highest point any of the surfaces hereinafter set out that project immediately over and above the surface of the land at that location, namely,

(a) a horizontal surface, the outer limits of which may be described as follows:

BEGINNING at the intersection of the high water mark on the South shore of Rivière des Prairies with the boundary line between the City of St-Laurent and the Village of Saraguay; THENCE, following the said boundary line in a Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the boundary of the City of Montreal; THENCE, following the boundary line between the City of St-Laurent and the City of Montreal in a general Northeasterly direction to its intersection with the lot line between lots 36 and 37, Parish of St-Laurent (City of St-Laurent); THENCE, following the lot line between lots 36 and 37 and its production in a Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southeasterly boundary of lot 241-306; THENCE, following the said Southeasterly boundary of lot 241-306 to its intersection with lot 242-1031; THENCE, following the lot line between lots 241-306 and 242-1031 and the Northwesterly boundary of lot 242-1014 in a Northeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of lot 242-441A; THENCE, following the Southwesterly boundary of lots 242-441A to 242-564A in a Southeasterly direction to the Southeasterly corner of lot 242-564A; THENCE, following the Southeasterly boundary of lots 242-564A and 242-564B and their production in a Northeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of lot 242-547; THENCE, following the Southwesterly boundary of lots 242-547 and 242-63 in a Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the production in a Southwesterly direction of the Southeasterly boundary of lot 242-968-6; THENCE, following the said Southeasterly boundary of lot 242-968-6 and the same boundary of lot 251-99-34 in a Northeasterly direction to its intersection with the lot line between lots 251-99 and 251-99-2; THENCE, following the Southwesterly boundary of lot 251-99 and its production in a Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southeasterly boundary of lot 251-99-36; THENCE, following the said Southeasterly boundary of lot 251-99-36 in a Northeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly corner of lot 251-99-232; THENCE, following the said Southwesterly boundary of lot 251-99-232 and its production in a Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly production of the Southeasterly boundary of lot 252-145; THENCE, following the said Southeasterly boundary of lot 252-145 and its production in a Northeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of lot 254-353; THENCE, following the said Southwesterly boundary of lot 254-353 in a Southeasterly direction to the Northeasterly corner of lot 254-338; THENCE, following the Southeasterly boundary of lots 254-353, 254-354, 254-355 and 254-209 in a Northeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of lot 254-230; THENCE, following the said Southwesterly boundary of lot 254-230 and its production in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southeasterly boundary of Côte-Vertu Road; THENCE, following the said Southeasterly boundary of Côte-Vertu Road in a Northeasterly direction to its intersection with the lot line between lots 365 and 364; THENCE, following the lot line between lots 365 and 364 and also the lot line between lots 367 and 366 in a Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the boundary line between the City of St-Laurent and the Town of Mount Royal; THENCE, following the said boundary line between the City of St-Laurent and the Town of Mount Royal in a general Southwesterly direction to its intersection with the Northeasterly boundary of the Municipality of the Parish of Notre-Dame-de-Liesse; THENCE, following the boundary line between the City of St-Laurent and the Municipality of the Parish of Notre-Dame-de-Liesse in a Northwesterly direction to its intersection with the Northwesterly boundary of Côte-de-Liesse Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary in a general Southwesterly direction to its intersection with the lot line between lots 492 and 493; THENCE, following the last mentioned lot line in a Northwesterly direction to a line parallel with the centre line of Runway 06R-24L (Montreal International Airport) running N. 42°40′ E. and one thousand five hundred and three feet (1,503′) therefrom measured in a Southeasterly direction; THENCE, N. 42°40′ E. following the last mentioned line to its intersection with a line running N. 47°20′ W. at six thousand four hundred and fifty feet (6,450′) measured in a Northeasterly direction from the end of the strip of the aforementioned runway; THENCE, following the last described line, N. 47°20′ W. a distance of three thousand and six feet (3,006′) to a point; THENCE, N. 34°41′50″ E. to a point on the lot line between lots 490 and 491; THENCE, in a Northwesterly direction following the last mentioned lot line and its production to a point on the Northwesterly boundary of Côte-Vertu Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary in a Southwesterly direction to its intersection with the lot line between lots 210-642 and 210-479; THENCE, in a Northwesterly direction following the last mentioned lot line to the Northwesterly corner of lot 210-479; THENCE, in a Northeasterly direction to a point being the Southeasterly corner of lot 209; THENCE, following the lot line between lots 209 and 210 in a Northwesterly direction to a point on the Southeasterly boundary of the transitional surface; THENCE, following the said Southeasterly boundary of the transitional surface S. 87°54′26″ W. to its intersection with the Southeasterly boundary of Bois-Franc Road; THENCE, following the said Southeasterly boundary of Bois-Franc Road in a general Southwesterly direction to its intersection with the Southeasterly production of the lot line between lots 123 and 124; THENCE, following the last mentioned lot line in a Northwesterly direction to its intersection with the parish line between the Parish of Ste-Geneviève and the Parish of St-Laurent; THENCE, in a general Westerly direction following the said parish line between the Parish of Ste-Geneviève and the Parish of St-Laurent to the Southerly corner of lot 20, Parish of Ste-Geneviève; THENCE, following the Southwesterly boundary of lot 20 in a Northwesterly direction to its intersection with the Southerly boundary of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary in a general Easterly direction to its intersection with the lot line between lots 16 and 17; THENCE following the lot line between lots 17 and 20 in a Northwesterly direction to its intersection with the Southeasterly boundary of Gouin Boulevard; THENCE, following the said Southeasterly boundary of Gouin Boulevard in a general Northeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southeasterly production of the lot line between lots 13 and 14; THENCE, following the last mentioned lot line in a Northwesterly direction to its intersection with the high water mark of Rivière des Prairies; THENCE, following the said high water mark of Rivière des Prairies in a general Northeasterly direction to the Point of Beginning,

(b) the approach surfaces abutting each end of the strip designated as 10-28 and extending outward therefrom, the dimensions of which approach surfaces are three hundred and fifty (350) feet on each side of the centre line of the strip, said centre line being parallel to and one hundred (100) feet distant from the Northwesterly edge of the existing one hundred and fifty (150) foot wide runway, and three hundred and fifty (350) feet on each side of the projected centre line of the strip at the outer ends, the said outer ends being two hundred (200) feet above the elevations at the strip ends, and measured horizontally ten thousand (10,000) feet from the strip ends; the threshold point has been established nine hundred and fifty (950) feet from the 28 end of the runway, and

(c) the several transitional surfaces, each rising at an angle determined on the basis of a ratio of one (1) foot vertically for every seven (7) feet measured horizontally from the outer lateral limits of the strips and their abutting surfaces,

as shown on plan No. M-2460 dated January 25, 1963, of record in the Department of Transport at Ottawa.

## SCHEDULE(Sections 2 and 4)

### PART IAirport Reference Point

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical and are referred to the centre line of strip 10-28, Cartierville Airport, Province of Quebec, as South eighty-six degrees forty-nine minutes West (S. 86°49′ W)

BEGINNING at the threshold point being distant nine hundred and fifty feet (950′) Southwesterly along the centre line of strip 10-28 from the Northeasterly end thereof; THENCE, continuing along the said centre line, South eighty-six degrees forty-nine minutes West (S. 86°49′ W.) a distance of three thousand feet (3,000′) to a point thereon; THENCE, North three degrees eleven minutes West (N. 03°11′ W.) a distance of two hundred and fifty feet (250′) to a point henceforth designated as the airport reference point, said airport reference point being also at one thousand seven hundred and eighty-three feet and eight tenths (1,783.8′) measured along a line having a bearing of North six degrees fifteen minutes twenty seconds East (N. 06°15′20″ E.) from an iron pin at the intersection of the Northeasterly boundary of lot 212 with the lot line between lots 213 and 214, the said Airport Reference Point having an assigned elevation of one hundred and four feet (104′) above sea level.

### PART IIDescription of Lands to Which These Regulations Apply

ALL AND SINGULAR those certain parcels or tracts of land and premises situate, lying and being partly in the Parish of St-Laurent and partly in the Parish of Ste-Geneviève, County of Jacques-Cartier, Province of Quebec, and being more particularly described as follows:

Being composed of lots and/or parts of lots:

#### Parish of St-Laurent

#### 2. Parish of Ste-Geneviève

but excluding therefrom all lands, water and roads within one (1) parcel of land the outermost boundaries of which parcel are described as follows:

BEGINNING at an iron boundary post at the intersection of the Northeasterly boundary of lot 212 with the lot line between lots 213 and 214; THENCE, following the lot line between lots 212 and 214, N. 48°20′ W. a distance of one thousand two hundred and eighteen feet and seven tenths (1,218.7′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, following a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 10-28 and distant six hundred and fifty feet (650′) therefrom, S. 86°49′ W. a distance of one thousand six hundred and sixty-three feet and two tenths (1,663.2′) to a point on the lot line between lots 209 and 210 where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, following the last mentioned lot line, N. 48°23′ W. a distance of one hundred and forty-three feet (143.0′) to a point; THENCE, S. 86°49′ W. a distance of one hundred and ninety-four feet and three tenths (194.3′) to a point on the Northwesterly boundary of Bois-Franc Road; THENCE, following the said Northwesterly boundary of Bois-Franc Road, S. 26°56′ W. a distance of one hundred and seventy-three feet and four tenths (173.4′) to a point; THENCE, by the same S. 30°24′ W. a distance of two hundred and fifty-four feet and four tenths (254.4′) to a point; THENCE, by the same S. 31°21′ W. a distance of two hundred and eighty-nine feet and five tenths (289.5′) to a point; THENCE, by the same S. 33°16′ W. a distance of three hundred and twenty-five feet and nine tenths (325.9′) to its intersection with the lot line between lots 104 and 105; THENCE, following the last mentioned lot line, N. 49°03′ W. a distance of one thousand two hundred and thirty-eight feet and four tenths (1,238.4′) to a point; THENCE, following a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 10-28, S. 86°49′ W. a distance of three hundred and thirteen feet and seven tenths (313.7′) to a point; THENCE, S. 41°49′ W. a distance of one hundred and fifty feet and three tenths (150.3′) to a point on the Northeasterly boundary of a diversionary road; THENCE, following the said Northeasterly boundary of a diversionary road, N. 47°48′ W. a distance of five hundred and twelve feet and four tenths (512.4′) to a point; THENCE, following a curve of 21°12′48″ to the right having a radius of two hundred and sixty-seven feet (267.0′) a distance of four hundred and seventeen feet and six tenths (417.6′) to a point; THENCE, N. 41°49′ E. a distance of three hundred and sixty-seven feet and eight tenths (367.8′) to a point; THENCE, following a curve of 8°11′32″ to the right having a radius of seven hundred feet (700.0′) a distance of five hundred and forty-nine feet and eight tenths (549.8′) to a point; THENCE, following a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 10-28 and six hundred and fifty feet (650′) therefrom, N. 86°49′ E. a distance of two thousand one hundred and eighty feet (2,180.0′) to a point on the Southeasterly boundary of Bois-Franc Road; THENCE, following the said Southeasterly boundary of Bois-Franc Road, N. 30°45′ E. a distance of seventy-nine feet and eight tenths (79.8′) to a point; THENCE, by the same N. 37°44′ E. a distance of one hundred and ten feet and seven tenths (110.7′) to a point; THENCE, by the same N. 36°21′ E. a distance of sixty-four feet and nine tenths (64.9′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, N. 86°48′ E. a distance of one thousand and seventy-one feet and four tenths (1,071.4′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, N. 46°06′ E. a distance of three hundred and ninety-eight feet and seven tenths (398.7′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, N. 48°24′ W. a distance of one hundred and eighty-five feet and four tenths (185.4′) to a point; THENCE, N. 41°43′ E. a distance of one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine feet and seven tenths (1,839.7′) to a point; thence, N. 46°06′ E. a distance of one thousand and seventy-seven feet and two tenths (1,077.2′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, S. 49°08′ E. a distance of four hundred and seven feet and seven tenths (407.7′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, S. 88°35′ E. a distance of nine hundred feet and one tenth (900.1′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, S. 43°53′ E. a distance of five hundred and twelve feet (512.0′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, S. 46°07′ W. a distance of two hundred and eighty-six feet and five tenths (286.5′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, S. 26°54′ E. a distance of three hundred and thirteen feet and five tenths (313.5′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, S. 46°13′ W. a distance of forty-nine feet and six tenths (49.6′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, S. 26°54′ E. a distance of three hundred and eighty-seven feet and five tenths (387.5′) to a point; THENCE, S. 49°04′ E. a distance of one thousand four hundred and seventy-eight feet and four tenths (1,478.4′) to a point; THENCE, N. 86°26′ E. a distance of five hundred and seventy-one feet and one tenth (571.1′) to a point on the lot line between lots 231 and 230; THENCE, following the last mentioned lot line, S. 47°23′ E. a distance of six hundred and six feet and two tenths (606.2′) to a point; THENCE, S. 41°43′ W. a distance of one thousand six hundred and eighty-two feet and nine tenths (1,682.9′) to a point on the lot line between lots 222 and 225; THENCE, following the last mentioned lot line, N. 48°24′ W. a distance of six hundred and seventy-nine feet and four tenths (679.4′) to a point; THENCE, S. 59°13′ W. a distance of three hundred and three feet and three tenths (303.3′) to a point; THENCE, S. 46°45′ W. a distance of three hundred and twenty-four feet and six tenths (324.6′) to a point on the lot line between lots 221 and 222; THENCE, following the last mentioned lot line, N. 48°42′ W. a distance of four hundred and thirty feet and five tenths (430.5′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, following a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 10-28, S. 86°49′ W. a distance of eight hundred and thirty feet (830.0′) to a point on the lot line between lots 218 and 221 where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, S. 87°51′ W. a distance of eight hundred and four feet and three tenths (804.3′) to a point on the lot line between lots 218 and 219 where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, S. 42°11′ W. a distance of one thousand one hundred and ninety-nine feet and six tenths (1,199.6′) to the Point of Beginning, as shown within coloured lines on the plan No. M-2460 dated Montreal, January 25, 1963.

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