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Government Employees Land Acquisition Order, 1994, No. 1 (SOR/94-300)

Regulations are current to 2024-05-28

SCHEDULE

  • 1 Charles Roger Bourque, of the Town of Fort Smith in the Northwest Territories, Craftsman, an employee of the Department of the Environment, to lease for a trapper’s cabin the whole of a parcel of land situated on the northwesterly shore of Sparks Lake in Quad numbered 75 F/4 in the Northwest Territories, as said parcel is shown outlined in red on a sketch plan on file 33-1-12 in the Land Management Division of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development at Ottawa, saving and excepting therefrom and reserving thereout all mines and mineral, including hydrocarbons, whether solid, liquid or gaseous and the right to work the same.

  • 2 John Kyneston Laycock, Senior Technical Officer, an employee of the Department of Public Works, and Gillian Joan Belsheim-Laycock, Peace Officer, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, both of the City of Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories, to acquire by assignment from the current lessee the whole of Lot numbered 1003 in Quad numbered 85 J/9 in the Northwest Territories, as said lot is shown on a plan of survey of record number 65951 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa, a copy of which is filed in the Land Titles Office for the Northwest Territories Land Registration District at Yellowknife under number 1328, saving and excepting therefrom and reserving thereout all mines and minerals, including hydrocarbons, whether solid, liquid or gaseous and the right to work the same.

 

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