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Certain Areas Covered With Water Proclaimed Public Harbours Effective January 1, 1980 (SI/80-8)

Regulations are current to 2020-03-05 and last amended on 2007-07-01. Previous Versions

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Lewisporte, Newfoundland

“All the waters of Burnt Bay and Lewisporte Harbour within the jurisdiction of Canada south of a line drawn from a point (Lat. 49° 17′ 42.5″ N., Long. 55° 00′ 51″ W.) in Jobs Cove on an azimuth of 086° (true) northwards of St. Michael’s Island, to the opposite shore. Chart Reference: No. 4599 (Bay of Exploits) First Edition, January 2, 1959.”

Marystown, Newfoundland

“All the waters of Mortier Bay within the jurisdiction of Canada north of a line drawn from Skiffsail Point (Lat. 47° 08′ 43.5″ N., Long. 55° 03′ 40.7″ W.) on an azimuth of 217° (true), to a point south of Blow Me Down on the opposite shore. Chart Reference: No. 4587 (Mortier Bay) New Edition, December 25, 1970.”

Stewart, British Columbia

“All the waters of the Portland Canal within the jurisdiction of Canada north of a line drawn from Glacier Point (Lat. 55° 49′ 08″ N., Long. 130° 06′ 38″ W.) on an azimuth of 172° (true) to Engineers Point on the opposite shore. Chart Reference: No. 3933 (Portland Canal and Observatory Inlet) New Edition, June 3, 1977.”

Nanticoke, Ontario

“All the waters of Lake Erie within the jurisdiction of Canada bounded by a line drawn due south from Peacock Point (Lat. 42° 47′ 27″ N., Long. 79° 58′ 58.5″ W.) along a distance of 3.3 nautical miles; thence due west to longitude 80° 10′ 00″ W., and thence to the shore. Chart Reference: No. 2110 (Long Point Bay) New Edition, December 19, 1975.”

 
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