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Ontario Fishery Regulations, 1989 (SOR/89-93)

Regulations are current to 2019-11-19 and last amended on 2018-10-23. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE IV(Section 2)Division of Waters

DIVISION 1

  • 1 The waters of the Detroit River, Lake St. Clair, and the St. Clair River.

DIVISION 2

  • 2 The waters of Lake Erie and the Niagara River, upstream of Niagara Falls.

DIVISION 3

  • 3 The waters in the counties of Elgin, Essex, Kent, Lambton, Middlesex and the regional municipalities of Haldimand-Norfolk and Niagara, excepting the waters described in Divisions 1, 2 and 8.

DIVISION 4

  • 4 The waters in the counties of Brant, Bruce, Dufferin, Grey, Huron, Oxford, Perth, Simcoe and Wellington; in the regional municipalities of Halton, Hamilton-Wentworth, Peel, Waterloo and York; in the City of Toronto; the Severn River system in the Regional Municipality of Muskoka; excepting the part of Dalrymple Lake, in the geographic Township of Mara, in the County of Simcoe and the waters described in Divisions 5, 8 and 16.

DIVISION 5

  • 5 The waters of Lake Simcoe in the County of Simcoe and in the regional municipalities of Durham and York and the waters of the Beaver River (formerly known as the Beaverton River) and its tributaries in the geographic Township of Brock, in the Regional Municipality of Durham, extending upstream from Lake Simcoe to the first dam.

DIVISION 6

  • 6 The waters in the County of Victoria excepting that part lying north and east of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the east boundary of the said county and its intersection with the centreline of Highway 503; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway 35; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the east boundary of the said county.

    The waters in the County of Peterborough lying south of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Methuen; THENCE westerly along the south boundary of the said township to its intersection with the centreline of Peterborough County Road 46; THENCE southerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of County Road 44; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of County Road 6; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Burleigh Township Road, commonly known as Northey’s Bay Road; THENCE westerly and northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway 28 at the Hamlet of Woodview; THENCE southwesterly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway 36; THENCE westerly and northerly along the said centreline to the west boundary of the said county; excepting that part of Crow Lake in the geographic Township of Belmont.

    The waters in the County of Northumberland excepting the waters described in Division 8; the waters in the Regional Municipality of Durham excepting the waters of the Beaver River (formerly known as the Beaverton River) and its tributaries in the geographic Township of Brock, extending upstream from Lake Simcoe to the first dam, and excepting waters described in Division 8; the waters of the Talbot River, its tributaries and the Trent Canal system in the geographic Township of Brock, in the Regional Municipality of Durham and in the geographic Township of Mara, in the County of Simcoe; together with that part of Dalrymple Lake in the geographic Township of Mara, in the County of Simcoe excepting that part of the Trent River downstream of the Trent-Severn waterway Lock 9 at the head of Percy Reach to the boundary between the counties of Northumberland and Hastings.

DIVISION 7

  • 7 The waters in the County of Hastings lying south of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the east boundary of the said county and its intersection with the centreline of Weslemkoon Lake Road; THENCE westerly and southerly following the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 62; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the south boundary of the geographic Township of Limerick; THENCE westerly along the said south boundary to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Wollaston; THENCE westerly along the southern boundary of the said township to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Methuen in the County of Peterborough; THENCE westerly along the northern boundry of said Township to its intersection with the centreline of Peterborough County Road 46; THENCE southerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the southern boundary of the geographic Township of Methuen; THENCE easterly along the said boundary to the west boundary of the County of Hastings; THENCE southerly along the said boundary including that part of Crowe Lake in the geographic Township of Belmont in the County of Peterborough and that part of the Trent River in the County of Northumberland lying downstream of the Trent-Severn Waterway Lock 9 at the head of Percy Reach to the boundary between the counties of Northumberland and Hastings; THENCE southerly, easterly and northerly along the boundary of Hastings County to the place of beginning; EXCEPTING the waters of Steenburg Lake; and EXCEPTING the waters described in Division 8; and including the waters of Grimsthorpe Lake in the Counties of Hastings and Lennox and Addington.

DIVISION 8

  • 8 The waters of Lake Ontario including the Niagara River downstream of Niagara Falls, the North Channel, and the Bay of Quinte; the waters in the County of Prince Edward; in that part of the Trent River south of dam Number 1; in that part of the Moira River south of the first dam, in the City of Belleville, upstream from Lake Ontario; in that part of the Salmon River south of the Shannonville Dam; in that part of the Napanee River south of the dam in the Town of Napanee; in that part of Millhaven Creek downstream of the first dam; and in that part of Lake Ontario lying west of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the southeast corner of the Township of Ernestown in the County of Lennox and Addington; THENCE in a southwesterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Brother Islands; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most easterly extremity of Amherst Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most southwesterly extremity of Simcoe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Bell Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Long Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Bear Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE south 45° east astronomically to the intersection with the international boundary between Canada and the United States.

DIVISION 9

  • 9 The waters in the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton; in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell; in the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry; in that part of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville lying east of the west boundary of the Township of Augusta and north and east of the south and west boundaries respectively of the Township of Wolford; in that part of the County of Frontenac lying southerly of the centreline of Highway Number 7, excepting the waters of Opinicon Lake in the townships of Bedford and Storrington and excepting the waters of Wolfe Lake in the Township of Bedford; in that part of the County of Lennox and Addington lying southerly of the centreline of Highway Number 7; the Rideau River lying between the east boundary of the Town of Smiths Falls and the east boundary of the Township of Montague, in the County of Lanark; excepting the waters described in Divisions 11, 12 and 12A.

DIVISION 10

  • 10 The waters in the County of Lanark excepting the Rideau River lying between the east boundary of the Town of Smiths Falls and the east boundary of the Township of Montague; in that part of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville lying west of the west boundary of the Township of Augusta and south and west of the south and west boundaries respectively of the Township of Wolford; including the waters of Opinicon Lake, Wolfe Lake and Silver Lake in the County of Frontenac; including the waters of White Lake, Brook Lake, Clyde Lake and Bartraw Lake in the County of Renfrew; and excepting the waters described in Division 11.

DIVISION 11

  • 11 The waters of the St. Lawrence River lying between the easterly boundary of the dam at the site of the Robert H. Saunders Generating Station; the waters in that part of the Cataraqui River (Rideau Canal) downstream of Kingston Mills Road (County Road 21) in the City of Kingston; and a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the southeast corner of the Township of Ernestown in the County of Lennox and Addington; THENCE in a southwesterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Brother Islands; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most easterly extremity of Amherst Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most southwesterly extremity of Simcoe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Bell Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Long Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Bear Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE south 45° east astronomically to the intersection with the international boundary between Canada and the United States.

DIVISION 12

  • 12 The waters of the Ottawa River lying south of the dam situated in Temiscamingue, Quebec.

DIVISION 12A

  • 12.1 The waters of the St. Lawrence River, including Lake St. Francis, lying between the easterly side of the dam at the site of the Robert H. Saunders Generating Station and the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec.

DIVISION 13

  • 13 The waters in Algonquin Provincial Park excepting that part of the York River lying southerly of High Falls in the Township of Bruton.

DIVISION 14

  • 14 The waters in the Territorial District of Kenora lying north of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the water’s edge along the westerly shore of James Bay with the parallel of Latitude 54°00′N.; THENCE west along that parallel to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 89°00′W.; THENCE in a straight line to the point of intersection of the meridian of Longitude 91°30′W. with the parallel of Latitude 55°00′N.; THENCE northwesterly along the production of that straight line to its intersection with the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba; EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters of an unnamed lake located at Latitude 54°00′N., Longitude 86°15′W.

DIVISION 15

  • 15 The waters in the County of Renfrew excepting the waters described in divisions 10 and 12; the Madawaska River in the Township of North Canonto, in the County of Frontenac; in the County of Hastings north of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the east boundary of the said county and its intersection with the centreline of Weslemkoon Lake Road; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 62; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the south boundary of the Township of Limerick; THENCE westerly along the said boundary to the southeast corner of the Township of Wollaston; THENCE westerly along the south boundary of the said township to the western limit of the said county; INCLUDING the waters of Steenburg Lake and the geographic Township of Tudor in the County of Hastings.

    The waters in the County of Peterborough north of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the southeast corner of the Township of Chandos; THENCE westerly along the boundary between the geographic townships of Chandos and Methuen to its intersection with the centreline of Peterborough County Road Number 46; THENCE southerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Peterborough County Road Number 44; THENCE northerly and westerly along the said centreline to the intersection with the centreline of Peterborough County Road Number 6; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Burleigh Township Road, commonly known as Northey’s Bay Road; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 28 at the Hamlet of Woodview; THENCE southwesterly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 36; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to the west boundary of the said county.

    The waters in the County of Victoria north and east of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the east boundary of the said county and its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 503; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 35; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the east boundary of the said county.

    The waters in the County of Haliburton excepting Algonquin Provincial Park as described in Division 13; in the District Municipality of Muskoka excepting the Severn River system and excepting waters described in Division 16; in the Territorial District of Parry Sound, excepting Lake Nipissing as described in Division 27 and excepting the waters described in Division 16; in the Territorial District of Manitoulin excepting the waters of Lake Huron, Georgian Bay, the North Channel and Manitoulin Island as described in divisions 2, 16, 17 and 28, respectively; in the geographic Township of Spragge, in the Territorial District of Algoma, south of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the west boundary of the said township with the water’s edge of the North Channel of Lake Huron; THENCE northerly along the said west boundary to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 17; THENCE easterly along the said centreline to the east boundary of the said township; EXCEPTING the waters described in Division 2.

    The waters in the Territorial District of Sudbury south of the centreline of Highway Number 17 excepting the waters described in divisions 2, 16 and 27; in the Territorial District of Nipissing south of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the water’s edge along the westerly bank of the Ottawa River with a line drawn east astronomically from the intersection of Highway Number 17 with Highway Number 533; THENCE west astronomically to the aforementioned intersection; THENCE westerly along the centreline of Highway Number 17 to its intersection with the west boundary of the geographic Township of Kirkpatrick; EXCEPTING Lake Nipissing as described in Division 27; EXCEPTING Algonquin Provincial Park as described in Division 13.

DIVISION 16

  • 16 The waters of the Nottawasaga River in the Town of Wasaga Beach, in the County of Simcoe, lying between the northerly edge of Main Street Bridge and the water’s edge of Nottawasaga Bay of Georgian Bay and the waters of Georgian Bay being that part of Lake Huron lying east of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the most northerly point in the water’s edge along the shore of Cape Hurd on Bruce Peninsula; THENCE northwesterly in a straight line to the most southerly point on the water’s edge along the shore of Hungerford Point on Manitoulin Island; THENCE in a general northerly direction following that water’s edge to the most easterly point thereon along the shore of Meshkodeyang Point; THENCE easterly in a straight line to the most southwesterly point in the water’s edge along the shore of Northwest Burnt Island; THENCE in a general northerly direction following that water’s edge to the most northerly point thereon; THENCE northerly in a straight line to the most southerly point on the water’s edge along the shore of Evans Point on Badgeley Island; THENCE in a general easterly and northeasterly direction following the water’s edge along the southerly and easterly shore of Badgeley Island to the most northwesterly point thereon; THENCE north astronomically to the water’s edge along the southeasterly shore of Badgeley Point.

    EXCEPTING the waters of Matchedash Bay in the Township of Tay, in the County of Simcoe, lying easterly of the westerly limit of the right-of-way of Highway Number 69.

DIVISION 17

  • 17 The waters of the North Channel of Lake Huron, lying northerly and easterly of the international boundary between Canada and the United States, Cockburn Island and Manitoulin Island in the Territorial District of Maintoulin to the west boundary of Division 16, including the waters of False Detour Channel lying between Drummond Island and Cockburn Island, and the waters of the St. Marys River downstream from the gates of the Compensating Works, from the lower lock of the Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site of Canada, and from the outflow of the Hydro-electric Power Generation Station, at the city of Sault Ste. Marie, excepting the waters of St. Joseph Island.

DIVISION 18

  • 18 The waters of the Territorial Districts of Algoma, Sudbury, Timiskaming and Nipissing within the area described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Quebec at its intersection with the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Casey; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Casey, Harley, Kerns, Henwood, Cane, Barber, Willet and Roadhouse to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Corkill; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Corkill and Charters to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Ray; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Leckie to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Leckie and Dufferin to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Stull; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Townships of Stull, Valin and Cotton to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Cotton; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Cotton, McNamara, Frechette, Scotia, Onaping, Dublin, Battersby, Breadner, Specht, Earl, Ivy, Gladwin, Fulton and McKeough to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of McKeough; THENCE northerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic Townships of McKeough and Guindon to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Eaton; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Eaton, Dukszta, Drea, Deans, Cassidy and Carruthers to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Carruthers; THENCE northerly along the westerly boundary of that township to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Patenaude; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Patenaude, Neill, Moggy and Moen to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Moen; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Townships of McParland, Hallett, Emiry, Behmann, Wawia, Shawkence and Recollet to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Recollet; THENCE westerly along the northerly boundary of that township to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Nadjiwon; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to its intersection with the parallel of Latitude 48°00′N.; THENCE westerly along that parallel to its intersection with the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Groseilliers; THENCE southerly along the westerly boundary of that township to its intersection with the water’s edge of Lake Superior; THENCE in a general westerly and southwesterly direction along the water’s edge and northerly limit of Lake Superior, the St. Mary’s River, the North Channel of Georgian Bay and the Spanish River to its intersection with the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Shedden; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to its intersection with the centreline of Highway 17; THENCE easterly along that centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway 533; THENCE in a northerly direction from the point of intersection of the centrelines of Highways 17 and 533 across the Mattawa River to the shore of the Ottawa River; THENCE northwesterly along the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Ottawa River to its intersection with the northerly face of the dam at Highway 63; THENCE easterly along the northerly face of the dam to its intersection with the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Quebec; THENCE northerly along the interprovincial boundary to the point of beginning including St. Joseph Island in the Territorial District of Algoma; EXCEPTING the waters of Lake Temagami as described in Division 26.

DIVISION 19

  • 19 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Algoma, Cochrane, Sudbury and Temiskaming described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Casey at the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Casey, Harley, Kerns, Henwood, Cane, Barber, Willet, and Roadhouse; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Corkill to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Corkill and Charters to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Charters; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Ray to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Leckie to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Leckie to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Leckie and Dufferin to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Stull; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Townships of Stull, Valin and Cotton to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Cotton; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Cotton, McNamara, Frechette, Scotia, Onaping, Dublin, Battersby, Breadner, Specht, Earl, Ivy, Gladwin, Fulton and McKeough to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of McKeough; THENCE northerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic Townships of McKeough and Guidon to the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Guidon; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Eaton, Duksyta, Drea, Deans, Cassidy and Carruthers; THENCE northerly along the westerly limit of the geographic Township of Carruthers to the northwest corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Patenaude, Neill, Moggy and Moen to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Moen at the easterly limit of the Territorial District of Algoma; THENCE northerly along the easterly limit to its intersection with the 48th parallel; THENCE westerly along the 48th parallel to the westerly limit of the Territorial District of Algoma; THENCE southerly along the limit of the high-water mark of Lake Superior; THENCE northerly along that high-water mark to the confluence with the westerly shore of the Pic River; THENCE northerly along the high-water mark of the westerly shore of the Pic River to the intersection of the centre line of that part of the road running easterly to the Village of Caramat; THENCE northwesterly along the centre line of Secondary Highway 625 to the intersection with the centre line of Highway ll; THENCE easterly along that centre line to the intersection with the high-water mark of the westerly shore of the Otosawian River; THENCE northeasterly along that high-water mark to the intersection with the centre line of the old main line of the Canadian National Railway; THENCE easterly along the centre line of the Canadian National Railway line to the 50th parallel; THENCE easterly along that parallel to its intersection with the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; THENCE southerly along the interprovincial boundary to the high-water mark of the northerly shore of Lake Timiskaming; THENCE southerly and westerly along that shore to the place of beginning.

DIVISION 20

  • 20 The waters in the territorial districts of Cochrane, Kenora and Thunder Bay within the area described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the centreline of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way with the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Bicknell; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the northerly boundary of that township to the northwest corner thereof; THENCE north astronomic to the intersection with the parallel of Latitude 54°00′N.; THENCE west along that parallel to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 89°00′W.; THENCE south along that meridian to its intersection with the parallel of Latitude 51°00′N.; THENCE east along that parallel to its intersection with a line drawn north astronomic from the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Gzowski; THENCE south along that line to the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Gzowski; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that township to its intersection with the centreline of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way; THENCE easterly along that centreline to its intersection with the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Nakina; THENCE northerly along the westerly boundary of that township to the northwest corner thereof; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of that township to its intersection with the water’s edge of the main body of Cordingley Lake; THENCE northeasterly, easterly and southwesterly along the water’s edge of that lake to its intersection with the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Nakina; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE southerly along the eastern boundary of that township to its intersection with the water’s edge of Lower Twin Lake; THENCE northeasterly, southeasterly and southwesterly along the water’s edge of that lake to its intersection with the easterly boundary of the Township of Nakina; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that township to its intersection with the centreline of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way; THENCE easterly along that centreline and the centreline of the road bed of the former right-of-way of the Canadian National Railway to the place of beginning; together with the waters of the following lakes: Deeds Lake (50°22′N., 87°28′W.), Phillips Lake (50°28′N., 87°38′W.), Makoki Lake (50°43′N., 87°38′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 51°00′N., Longitude 87°42′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 51°00′N., Longitude 88°23′W., Jog Lake (50°24′N., 85°20′W.), Napken Lake (51°52′N., 85°20′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°21′N., Longitude 85°20′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°23′N., Longitude 85°20′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°26′N., 85°20′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 54°00′N., Longitude 86°15′W., Patte Lake (51°28′N., 89°00′W.), Shabaskwai Lake (51°15′N., 89°00′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°19′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°27′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°35′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°42′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°42′N., Longitude 89°00′W.and excluding the waters of Wunnumin Lake situated at approximate Latitude 52°55′N., Longitude 89°10′W.

DIVISION 21

  • 21 The waters in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the westerly boundary of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay with the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; THENCE in a general easterly direction along the international boundary to its intersection with a line drawn south astronomic from the intersection of the water’s edge and northerly limit of the Pigeon River with the water’s edge and northwesterly limit of Lake Superior; THENCE north along that line to its intersection with the water’s edge and northwesterly limit of Lake Superior; THENCE in a general northeasterly direction along the water’s edge and northwesterly and northerly limit of Lake Superior to its intersection with the water’s edge and easterly limit of the Nipigon River; THENCE northerly along the water’s edge and easterly limit of the Nipigon River, Helen Lake and Jessie Lake to the intersection with the northerly face of the dam at the outlet of Forgan Lake; THENCE northwesterly along the face of the dam to the water’s edge on the westerly shore of Forgan Lake; THENCE in a general northwesterly and northeasterly direction along the water’s edge of Forgan Lake and Nipigon Lake to its intersection with the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Pikitigushi River; THENCE northerly along the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Pikitigushi River to its intersection with the centreline of the Canadian National Railway Right of Way; THENCE westerly along that centreline to its intersection with the water’s edge on the westerly shore of the Allan Water River; THENCE southeasterly in a straight line to the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Brightsand River where it intersects the water’s edge and easterly limit of the Allan Water River; THENCE in a general southeasterly direction along the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Brightsand River, McEwen Lake, Antler Lake, Wapikaimaski Lake, Harmon Lake, Brightsand Lake, Metionga Lake, Little Metionga Lake and Moberley Lake to its intersection with the easterly boundary of Block No. 6 of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway grant; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that Block to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of that Block to the southwest corner thereof; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay to the place of beginning; together with the waters of Hawk Lake (49°11′N., 91°57′W.), Mosher Lake (48°59′N., 90°55′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°00′N., Longitude 90°58′W., Nemiman Lake (48°56′N., 90°59′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°56′N., Longitude 90°58′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°56′N., Longitude 90°58′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°52′N., Longitude 90°57′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°51′N., Longitude 90°58′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°49′N., Longitude 90°58′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°47′N., Longitude 90°57′W., Boundary Lake (48°44′N., 90°58′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°41′N., Longitude 90°58′W., Little Trout Lake (48°39′N., 90°57′W.), Tilly Lake (48°38′N., 90°57′W.), Ross Lake (48°22′N., 90°56′W.), Bitchu Lake (48°19′N., 90°57′W.) and Smally Lake (48°19′N., 90°58′W.); EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters of Division 32 and Selwyn Lake (50°02′N., 85°38′W.).

DIVISION 22

  • 22 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Rainy River, Kenora and Thunder Bay lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the seventh base line with the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba; THENCE southerly along the interprovincial boundary to its intersection with the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; THENCE in a general southwesterly direction along the international boundary to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 92°30′W.; THENCE north along that meridian to its intersection with the water’s edge of Wild Potato Lake; THENCE in a general westerly direction along the water’s edge and southerly limit of Wild Potato Lake to its intersection with the southerly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A; THENCE in a general easterly direction along the southern boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A to its intersection with the water’s edge of Partridge Crop Lake; THENCE easterly along the water’s edge and southerly limit of Partridge Crop Lake and the Seine River to its intersection with the southerly limit of Highway Number 11; THENCE easterly along that southerly limit to its intersection with a line drawn south astronomic from the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Bennett; THENCE north along that line to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Bennett; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE north astronomic to the intersection with the third base line; THENCE westerly along that base line to its intersection with the fifth meridian line; THENCE northerly along that meridian line to its intersection with a line drawn west astronomic from the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Grummett; THENCE east along that line to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Grummett; THENCE easterly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Grummett, Cathcart, McNevin and Corman to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Corman; THENCE northerly along the westerly boundary of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay to the southwest corner of Block No. 6 of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway grant; THENCE easterly along the southerly boundary of that Block to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that Block to its intersection with the water’s edge and westerly limit of Moberly Lake; THENCE in a general northeasterly direction along the water’s edge and westerly limit of Moberly Lake, Little Metionga Lake, Metionga Lake, Brightsand Lake, Harmon Lake, Wapikaimaski Lake, Antler Lake, McEwen Lake and the Brightsand River to its intersection with the water’s edge and easterly limit of the Allan Water River; THENCE in a straight line to the intersection of the centreline of the Canadian National Railway Right of Way with the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Allan Water River; THENCE westerly along that centreline to its intersection with the water’s edge of the Vermilion River; THENCE in a general northwesterly direction following the southerly and westerly shore of Lac Seul to the intersection of the seventh base line with the water’s edge along the westerly shore of Lac Seul; THENCE westerly along the seventh base line to the place of beginning; Together with the waters of Beynon Lake (48°51′N., 92°09′W.), Mount Lake (49°02′N., 92°10′W.), Roughstone Lake (49°01′N., 92°16′W.), Silvertip Lake (49°03′N., 92°16′W.), Ricemere Lake (49°04′N., 92°16′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°11′N., Longitude 92°15′W., Dibble Lake (49°13′N., 92°00′W.), Nora Lake (49°12′N., 91°50′W.), Campus Lake (49°12′N., 91°43′W.), Fish (East Campus) Lake (49°11′N., 91°40′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°12′N., Longitude 91°37′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°12′N., 91°28′W., Kathleen Lake (49°12′N., 91°23′W.), Gulliver Lake (49°10′N., 91°19′W.), Portage Lake (49°12′N., 91°15′W.), Cloven Lake (49°12′N., 91°12′W.), Lower Scotch Lake (49°12′N., 91°06′W.), Rye Lake (49°12′N., 91°02′W.), Kawaweogama Lake (50°12′N., 90°10′W.) and Selwyn Lake (49°55′N., 85°48′W.), and including the waters on the islands of Nipigon Bay including Vert, St. Ignace and Simpson; EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters in Divisions 30 and 32.

DIVISION 22A

  • 22.1 The waters in the Territorial District of Kenora lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the mouth of the Cedar River where it enters Rice Lake (which is part of the English River) at 50°34′07″N., 93°17′43″W.; THENCE in a northeasterly direction 7.5 km, crossing the Ontario Hydro Transmission Line right-of-way; THENCE southeasterly for 30.5 km following Highway 105, east of Goose Lake (50°34′02″N., 93°11′33″W.) to a point east of Dennis Lake; THENCE in an easterly direction for 2 km; THENCE east of an unnamed lake at 50°18′15″N., 93°01′15″W.; THENCE southerly for 2.5 km; THENCE in an easterly, southerly and westerly direction, following the height of land for approximately 25 km to a point between the east shore of Square Lake and the west shore of Gary Lake at 50°13′50″N., 92°59′12″W., continuing along the northeast shore of Thaddeus Lake; THENCE southwesterly 10 km, to a point west of Fawcett Lake; THENCE westerly 10 km to a point east of Moose Lake at 50°04′24″N., 93°01′54″W.; THENCE southerly 3 km, to a point northwest of Black Lake; THENCE southeasterly 3 km; THENCE southerly 2 km, west of Ladysmith Creek; THENCE westerly 4 km, south of the unnamed lakes at 50°02′23″N., 93°01′27″W. and 50°02′03″N., 93°02′15″W.; THENCE northwesterly 2.5 km, east of Meridian Lake; THENCE southerly 6 km, along the east side of Norse and Walsh Lakes; THENCE westerly 3.5 km, to a point east of Wauchope Lake; THENCE northerly 4 km and westerly 5 km, between the north shore of Affleck Lake and the south shore of Ross Lake; THENCE northerly and westerly 14 km, to a point south of an unnamed lake at 50°06′31″N., 93°18′50″W.; THENCE northwesterly 2 km; THENCE westerly 1 km, south of Mystery Lake; THENCE southerly 3 km; THENCE westerly 7.5 km, to a point south of an unnamed lake at 50°05′55″N., 93°21′06″W. and the southwest shores of Evening and Twilight Lakes; THENCE northerly 1 km; THENCE northeasterly 10 km, to a point southwest of Cliff Lake; THENCE northerly 4.5 km and northwesterly 4.5 km; THENCE northeasterly to a point north of King Lake at 50°10′55″N., 93°23′19″W.; THENCE northerly 2 km; THENCE southwesterly 2.5 km, north of Beaton Lake; THENCE southerly 2 km; THENCE westerly 2.5 km, south of two small unnamed lakes draining into Schultz Lake; THENCE northeasterly 2 km; THENCE northwesterly 1 km; THENCE southwesterly 2 km; THENCE northwesterly 8 km intercepting the Fleet Lake Road at approximately 50°13′48″N., 93°32′50″W.; THENCE northerly 10 km, east of Gabby Lake and west of an unnamed lake at 50°19′53″N., 93°05′35″W.; THENCE easterly 4 km; THENCE northeasterly 4.5 km, between the west shore of Aerobus Lake and the east shore of Bornite Lake; THENCE westerly 5 km, north of Bornite Lake; THENCE northwesterly 15 km, west of the unnamed lake at 50°17′25″N., 93°04′46″W., east of Toole Lake, west of Anishinabi Lake and between the unnamed lakes at 50°12′55″N., 93°01′08″W. and 50°16′21″N., 93°03′50″W.; THENCE northeasterly 6.5 km, south of Howard Lake and north of Halverson Lake; THENCE northerly 1 km; THENCE easterly 2.5 km; THENCE northeasterly 7 km; THENCE northerly 5 km to the place of beginning.

DIVISION 23

  • 23 The waters of Lake Superior and the waters of the St. Marys River upstream from the gates of the Compensating Works, from the lower lock on the Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site of Canada and from the outflow of the Hydro-electric Power Generation Station, at the city of Sault Ste. Marie, excepting the waters of Vert, St. Ignace and Simpson Islands and the waters of the other islands of Nipigon Bay, all in Lake Superior.

DIVISION 24

  • 24 The waters in the Territorial District of Kenora lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the eleventh base line with the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba; THENCE easterly along that base line to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 89°00′W.; THENCE north along that meridian to its intersection with the parallel of Latitude 54°00′N.; THENCE in a straight line to the point of intersection of the meridian of Longitude 91°30′W. with the parallel of Latitude 55°00′N.; THENCE northwesterly along the production of that straight line to its intersection with interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba; THENCE southwesterly and southerly along the interprovincial boundary to the place of beginning; EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters of the following lakes: an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°19′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°27′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°35′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°42′N., Longitude 89°00′W., and an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°48′N., Longitude 89°00′W.

DIVISION 25

  • 25 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Cochrane and Kenora lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Quebec with the parallel of Latitude 50°00′N.; THENCE west along that parallel to its intersection with the water’s edge of the Kabinakagami River; THENCE southerly along the water’s edge and easterly limit of that river to the intersection with the centreline of the Canadian National Railway Right of Way in the geographic Township of Studholme; THENCE westerly along that centreline to its intersection with the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Bicknell; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the northerly boundary of that township to the northwest corner thereof; THENCE north astronomic to the intersection with the parallel of Latitude 54°00′N.; THENCE east along that parallel to its intersection with the water’s edge along the westerly shore of James Bay; THENCE in a general southwesterly direction along the water’s edge of James Bay to its intersection with the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Quebec; THENCE southerly along the interprovincial boundary to the place of beginning; EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters of the following lakes: Jog Lake (50°24′N., 85°20′W.), Napken Lake (51°52′N., 85°20′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°21′N., Longitude 85°20′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°23′N., Longitude 85°20′W. and an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°26′N., Longitude 85°20′W.

DIVISION 26

  • 26 The waters of Lake Temagami.

DIVISION 27

  • 27 The waters of Lake Nipissing together with: the waters of the French River from the Chaudière and the Little Chaudière dams to Lake Nipissing; the waters of the west bay of Lake Nipissing to the centre line of Highway 64 in the Township of Haddo in the Territorial District of Sudbury; the waters of the northwest bay of Lake Nipissing to the falls of MacPherson Creek; the waters of Sturgeon River from Lake Nipissing to the falls on MacPherson Creek; the waters of the Sturgeon River from Lake Nipissing to the dam at Sturgeon Falls; the waters of the Veuve River from Lake Nipissing to the chutes located in Lot 5 in Concession l in the Township of Caldwell in the Territorial District of Nipissing; and the waters of the South River from Lake Nipissing to Highway 654.

DIVISION 28

  • 28 The waters on Manitoulin Island in the Territorial District of Manitoulin.

DIVISION 29

  • 29 The waters in that part of the County of Frontenac lying northerly of the centreline of Highway 7, excepting both the waters of Silver Lake in the Township of Oso, the waters of the Madawaska River in the Township of North Canonto; and the waters in that part of the County of Lennox and Addington lying northerly of the centreline of Highway 7; and excepting the waters of Grimsthorpe Lake in the Counties of Hastings and Lennox and Addington.

DIVISION 30

  • 30 The waters in the Territorial District of Kenora, more particularly described as follows:

    First: The waters of Lac Seul including Lac Seul (Reservoir), together with all the bays and inlets connected thereto, including the following bays and inlets: Sawmill Bay, Farewell Bay, Rat Bay, Scout Bay, Portage Cove, South Inlet including the unnamed lake connected thereto, McIntyre Bay, Williams Bay together with Williams Creek from the bridge to Williams Bay, Route Bay, Burntwood Bay, Bray Bay, Whitefish Bay, Canoe Bay, Grassy Bay, Picnic Bay, Victor Bay, Sen Bay, Brechin Bay, Quirt Bay, Brisco Inlet, Gynane Bay, Anenimus Bay, Coones Bay, Merritt Bay, Wapesi Bay, Tuktegweik Bay, Vallance Bay, Fish Hook Bay, Two Point Bay, Aldous Bay, Black Bay, McKenzie Bay and Bannatyne Bay;

    Secondly: The waters of the following lakes together with all their bays and inlets and together with their connecting waters to Lac Seul: Scout Lake, Clear Lake, Whitefish Lake, Vaughan Lake, Robertson Lake, Martin Lake, Eider Lake, Archer Lake, Bindo Lake including the Deception River between Deception Bay and Bindo Lake, India Lake, China Lake, Scaler Lake, Foreman Lake, Adamhay Lake, Dunbar Lake, March Lake, Rice Lake, Sunlight Lake and Broad Lake;

    Thirdly: The waters of the English River from the narrows below Pelican Lake to Lac Seul together with all bays and inlets connected thereto and together with the following lakes and bays including their respective bays and inlets and including their connecting waters to the English River: Lost Lake, Webster Bay, Italian Bay, Keewatin Bay, Tramp Lake, Deception Lake, Deception Bay, Farlinger Lake, Richardson Lake, Bearpaw Bay and the unnamed lakes at Latitude 50°10′N., Longitude 91°58′W. and Latitude 50°10′N., Longitude 92°01′W.;

    Fourthly: The waters of the Wenasaga River from the rapids at the outlet of Wenasaga Lake to Lac Seul and the waters of the English River from the Ear Falls Hydro Dam to Lac Seul;

    Fifthly: The waters of the Root River from Latitude 50°42′30″N. to Adamhay Lake.

DIVISION 31

  • 31 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Kenora and Thunder Bay lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the eleventh base line with interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba; THENCE easterly along that base line to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 89°00′W.; THENCE south along that meridian to its intersection with the parallel of Latitude 51°00′N.; THENCE west along that parallel to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 90°00′W.; THENCE south along that meridian to its intersection with the centreline of the Canadian National Railway Right of Way; THENCE westerly along that centreline to its intersection with the water’s edge of the Vermilion River; THENCE in a general northwesterly direction following the southerly and westerly shore of Lac Seul to the intersection of the seventh base line with the water’s edge along the westerly shore of Lac Seul; THENCE westerly along the seventh base line to the interprovincial boundary; THENCE northerly along the interprovincial boundary to the place of beginning; EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters described in Division 30 and the waters of the following lakes: Kawaweogama Lake (50°12′N., 90°10′W.), Patte Lake (51°28′N., 89°00′W.) and Shabuskwia Lake (51°15′N., 89°00′W.).

DIVISION 32

  • 32 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Kenora and Rainy River within the area described as follows:

    BEGINNING on the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America at its intersection with the meridian line at Longitude 92°30′W.; THENCE north along that meridian line to its intersection with the water’s edge of Wild Potato Lake; THENCE in a general westerly direction along the water’s edge and southerly limit of Wild Potato Lake to its intersection with the southerly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A; THENCE in a general westerly direction along the southern boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A to its intersection with the water’s edge of Partridge Crop Lake; THENCE easterly along the water’s edge and southerly limit of Partridge Crop Lake and the Seine River to its intersection with the southerly limit of Highway Number 11; THENCE easterly along that southerly limit to its intersection with a line drawn south astronomic from the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Bennett; THENCE north along that line to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Bennett; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE north astronomic to the intersection with the third base line; THENCE westerly along that base line to its intersection with the fifth meridian line; THENCE northerly along that meridian line to its intersection with a line drawn west astronomic from the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Grummett; THENCE east along that line to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Grummett; THENCE easterly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Grummett, Cathcart, McNevin and Corman to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Corman; THENCE southerly along the westerly boundary of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay to its intersection with the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; THENCE in a general westerly and northwesterly direction along the international boundary to the place of beginning; Together with the waters of: Duff Lake (48°29′N., 92°29′W.); Kemp Lake (48°29′N., 92°30′W.); Calm Lake (48°46′N., 92°04′W.); Roman Lake (49°00′N., 92°08′W.); Side Lake (49°09′N., 92°17′W.); an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°02′N., Longitude 92°13′W.; an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°02′N., Longitude 92°14′W.; Kenoshay Lake (49°11′N., 92°07′W.); Pine Lake (49°12′N., 92°05′W.); an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°12′N., 91°59′W.; White Otter Lake (49°07′N., 91°52′W.); Halfmoon Lake (49°10′N., 91°48′W.); Elsie Lake (49°11′N., 91°45′W.); an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°12′N., Longitude 91°33′W.; an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°12′N., Longitude 91°31′W.; Adele Lake (49°11′N, 91°21′W.); Pyramid Lake (49°08′N., 90°58′W.); an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°05′N., Longitude 90°57′W.; an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°58′N., Longitude 90°58′W.; an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°57′N., Longitude 90°58′W.; an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°54′N., Longitude 90°58′W.; Union Lake (48°49′N., 90°58′W.); an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°47′N., Longitude 90°58′W.; all waters within the boundaries of Quetico Provincial Park, including the waters of Mack Lake (48°24′N., 91°00′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°23′N., Longitude 90°58′W., District Lake (48°22′N., 90°58′W.), Saganagons Lake (48°17′N., 90°58′W.), Moose Bay Lake (48°17′N., 90°57′W.) and Admit Lake (48°15′N., 90°58′W.); EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters of Divisions 21 and 22.

DIVISION 33

  • 33 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Cochrane and Thunder Bay described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the high-water mark of Lake Superior with the westerly shore of the Pic River; THENCE westerly along that high-water mark to the confluence with the Nipigon River; THENCE northerly along the high-water mark on the easterly shore of the Nipigon River, Helen Lake and Jessie Lake to the Pine Portage dam; THENCE northerly along the high-water mark on the east shore of Forgan Lake and the east shore of the Nipigon River to the confluence with Lake Nipigon; THENCE northeasterly along that high-water mark to the westerly shore of the Pikitigushi River; THENCE west astronomically to the high-water mark along the westerly shore of the Nipigon River; THENCE northwesterly along that high-water mark to the westerly shore of the Pikitigushi River; THENCE northeasterly following that westerly shore to the northerly limit of the right of way of the Canadian National Railway; THENCE westerly along that limit to the 90th meridian; THENCE northerly along that meridian to the 51st parallel; THENCE easterly along that parallel to the northerly projection of the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Gzowski; THENCE southerly along that projection to the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Gzowski; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of that Township to its northeast corner; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that Township to its intersection with the centre line of the Canadian National Railway line; THENCE easterly along the centre line of the Canadian National Railway line to its intersection with the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Nakina; THENCE northerly along the Township boundary; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of that Township to the intersection with Cordingely Lake; THENCE northerly along the high-water mark of the said lake to the intersection of the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Nakina with the northeast corner of that township; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that Township to its intersection with Lower Twin Lake; THENCE easterly along the high-water mark of said lake to its intersection with the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Nakina; THENCE southerly to the intersection of that boundary with the centre line of the old main line of the Canadian National Railway; THENCE easterly along the centre line of the Canadian National Railway line to the high-water mark along the westerly shore of the Otosawian River; THENCE southwesterly along that high-water mark to the intersection with the centre line of Highway ll; THENCE westerly along that centre line to its intersection with the centre line of Secondary Highway 625; THENCE southerly and southeasterly along that centre line to its intersection with the centre line of a road running westerly from the Village of Caramat; THENCE westerly along that centre line to its intersection with the high-water mark along the westerly shore of the Pic River; THENCE southerly along that high-water mark to the place of beginning.

DIVISION 34

  • 34 The waters of Lake Nipigon, including its tributaries up to the first barrier to migration and the waters on the islands in that lake, and the waters of Forgan Lake, Bonner Lake, Little Bonner Lake and Jackpot Lake.

DIVISION 35

  • 35 The waters of Lake Huron, within the area described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the Blue Water Bridge at Point Edward; THENCE northerly along the east shore of Lake Huron to the navigational light at Cape Hurd on the Bruce Peninsula; THENCE northwesterly in a straight line to the most southerly point along the shore of Hungerford Point on Manitoulin Island; THENCE westerly along the south shore of Manitoulin Island (including the waters of South Bay) to Latitude 45°55′N. at Mississagi Strait; THENCE westerly along Latitude 45°55′N. to the east shore of Cockburn Island; THENCE westerly along the south shore of Cockburn Island to Latitude 45°55′N.; THENCE westerly along Latitude 45°55′N. to its intersection with the international boundary between Canada and the UniteBlue Water Bridge at Point Edward.

  • SOR/90-229, ss. 21 to 26
  • SOR/91-113, ss. 23 to 25
  • SOR/92-217, ss. 23 to 25
  • SOR/94-730, ss. 24(E), 25 to 27
  • SOR/95-337, ss. 8 to 10(F)
  • SOR/99-105, ss. 40 to 48
  • SOR/99-456, s. 28
  • SOR/2001-50, ss. 12 to 15, 31 to 33
  • SOR/2002-128, ss. 30 to 35, 36(F), 37
  • SOR/2003-108, ss. 19, 20, 21(E), 22, 23
  • SOR/2004-63, s. 13(F)
  • SOR/2008-99, s. 7(F)
 
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