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Withdrawal from Disposal Order (Contwoyto Lake, N.W.T.) (SI/93-150)

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Withdrawal from Disposal Order (Contwoyto Lake, N.W.T.)

SI/93-150

TERRITORIAL LANDS ACT

Registration 1993-07-28

Order Respecting the Withdrawal from Disposal of Certain Lands in the Northwest Territories

P.C. 1993-1530  1993-07-06

Whereas the Governor in Council is of the opinion that the lands described in the annexed Order are required to facilitate the settlement of native land claims;

Therefore, His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, pursuant to paragraph 23(a) of the Territorial Lands Act, is pleased hereby to make the annexed Order respecting the withdrawal from disposal of certain lands in the Northwest Territories.

Short Title

 This Order may be cited as the Withdrawal from Disposal Order (Contwoyto Lake, N.W.T.).

Purpose

 The purpose of this Order is to withdraw from disposal certain lands required for the settlement of native land claims.

Lands Withdrawn

 The lands described in the Schedule are withdrawn from disposal under the Territorial Lands Act for the period terminating on May 31, 1995 or registration of the survey plan in the Land Titles Office and the issuance of Certificates of Title, whichever comes first.

Application

 Section 3 does not apply to

SCHEDULE

The following parcels of land in the Northwest Territories as shown on the National Topographic Series Map 76E on file at the office of the Regional Manager, Land Resources Division of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development at Yellowknife, which map is entitled “Inuit Fee Simple Lands at Contwoyto Lake” and signed on the 21st day of August, 1992 by the Tungavik Federation of Nunavut, the Government of the Northwest Territories and the Government of Canada:

(a) parcel  01/76E, on the west side of Fry Inlet at Contwoyto Lake, containing 406 square kilometres (approximately 157 square miles), more or less and including the lands contained within a “buffer zone” formed by a line drawn along the boundary of this parcel at a distance of 300 metres; and

(b) parcel  02/76E, on the east side of Fry Inlet at Contwoyto Lake, containing 166 square kilometres (approximately 64 square miles), more or less and including the lands contained within a “buffer zone” formed by a line drawn along the boundary of this parcel at a distance of 300 metres.

Including all mines and minerals, including hydrocarbons, whether solid, liquid or gaseous, and rights to work the same.


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