Vessel Operation Restriction Regulations (SOR/2008-120)

Regulations are current to 2018-09-26 and last amended on 2017-12-01. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 1(Subsection 2(1))Waters on Which All Vessels Are Prohibited

PART 1

Alberta

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Alberta Land Titles Act Reference System)
Southern Region
1Elkwater Lake, as indicated by signs23,25-8-3-W4
2Outpost Lake, as indicated by signsPolice Lake1-26-W4
3Beauvais Lake, as indicated by signs29-5-1-W5
4Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsPark Lake9,10-22-W4
5Lee Lake, as indicated by signs7,8-7-2-W5
6St. Mary Reservoir, as indicated by signs4-24,25-W4
7Newell Lake, as indicated by signs17-15-W4
8Travers Reservoir, as indicated by signs31-14-21-W4
9Keho Lake, as indicated by signs11-22,23-W4
10Stafford Reservoir, as indicated by signsChin Lakes9-19-W4
11Beaver Mines Lakes, as indicated by signs11-5-3-W5
12Milk River Ridge Reservoir, as indicated by signsRidge Reservoir5-20-W4
13Chain Lakes, as indicated by signs14,15-2-W5
14That portion of the Oldman River between the Bitango Bridge in 30-7-29-W4 and the Oldman River Dam Project access bridge in 16-7-29-W427-11-13-W4
Central Region
1Little Fish Lake, as indicated by signs28-16-W4
2Bow River at Carseland Weir, as indicated by signs31,32-21-25-W4
3Unnamed lakeSikome Lake25-1-22-W5
4Unnamed reservoirCipperley’s Reservoir8-32-1-W5
5Unnamed reservoirHwy No. 2 (Harris) Reservoir36-44-25-W4
6Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsLacombe Experimental Farm Pond24-40-27-W4
7Unnamed reservoirPonoka Centennial Park Reservoir43-25-W4
8Unnamed reservoirSimpson Reservoir12-35-6-W4
9Gull Lake, as indicated by signs41-28-W4
10Gooseberry Lake, as indicated by signs36-5,6-W4
11Miquelon Lakes, as indicated by signs49-20,21-W4
12Buffalo Lake, as indicated by signs25-40-21-W4
13Pine Lake, as indicated by signs36-24,25-W4
14Unnamed reservoirTees Reservoir25-40-24-W4
15Unnamed reservoirHwy No. 2 Reservoir22-42-26-W4
16Unnamed lakePrins’ Pond25-40-28-W4
17Unnamed lakeOwen’s Pond28-45-10-W4
18Unnamed lakeWallace Park Pond44-6-W4
19Unnamed lakeMonitor Pond6-35-4-W4
20Sylvan Lake, as indicated by signs39-1-2-W5
21Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsHardisty Lake1-43-10-W4
22Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsKeivers Lake25-31-26-W4
23Red Deer Lake, as indicated by signs43-21,22-W4
24Twin Lakes West, as indicated by signs9-46-3-W5
25Bow River at Western Irrigation District Weir Calgary, as indicated by signs13-24-1-W5
26Buck Lake, as indicated by signs46-6-W5
27Pigeon Lake, as indicated by signs47-1-W5
28Gleniffer Lake, as indicated by signsDickson Reservoir35-2,3-W5
29Red Deer River, as indicated by signs36-2-W5
East Slopes Region
1Jarvis Lake, as indicated by signs52-26-W5
2Gregg Lake, as indicated by signs52,53-26-W5
3Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsBear Lake10-55-15-W5
4McLeod Lake, as indicated by signsCarson Lake61-11,12-W5
5Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsPegasus Lake61-11-W5
6Goose Lake, as indicated by signs61-8-W5
7Wolf Lake, as indicated by signs49-14-W5
8Unnamed lakeRocky Fish and Game Pond33-39-7-W5
Northeast Region
1Garner Lake, as indicated by signs60-12-W4
2Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsLong Lake63-19-W4
3Moose Lake, as indicated by signs60,61-6,7-W4
4Lac la Biche, as indicated by signs68-15-W4
5Unnamed reservoir, as indicated by signsVermilion Reservoir50-6-W4
6Gregoire Lake, as indicated by signs13-86-8-W4
7Whitney Lake, as indicated by signs16,17-56-4-W4
8Cold Lake, as indicated by signs63,65-1,2-W4
9Touchwood Lake, as indicated by signs67-10-W4
10Beaver Lake, as indicated by signs66-12,13-W4
11Manatokan Lake, as indicated by signs63-7-W4
12Namur Lake, as indicated by signs97-17-W4
13Lower Thérien Lake, as indicated by signs57-10-W4
14Floatingstone Lake, as indicated by signsBoyne Lake60-11-W4
15Thunder Lake59-5,6-W5
16Wabamun Lake, as indicated by signs52,53-4,5-W5
17Jack Fish Lake, as indicated by signs52-2-W5
18Lac Ste. Anne, as indicated by signs54,55-3,4-W5
19Lac la Nonne, as indicated by signs57-2,3-W5
20Steele Lake, as indicated by signsCross Lake65-25,26-W4
21Calling Lake, as indicated by signs33-72-22-W4
22Halfmoon Lake, as indicated by signs58-23-W4
23Unnamed lakeMorinville Pond5-56-25-W4
24Unnamed lakeWestlock Pond31-59-25-W4
25Unnamed lakeNamepi Reservoir14-58-20-W4
26Sandy Lake, as indicated by signs55,56-1-W5
27Isle Lake, as indicated by signs53,54-5,6-W5
28Dillberry Lake, as indicated by signs41,42-1-W4
29Wizard Lake, as indicated by signs48-27,28-W4
30Shorncliffe Lake, as indicated by signs40-6,7-W4
31Unnamed lake, as indicated by signsHasse Lake13-52-2-W5
32Lac Santé, as indicated by signsBig Fish Lake56-11-W4
33Vincent Lake, as indicated by signs59-9,10-W4
34Bonnie Lake, as indicated by signs59,60-13-W4
35Fork Lake, as indicated by signs63-11-W4
36North Buck Lake, as indicated by signs66-17-W4
37Hanmore Lake, as indicated by signs61-17,18-W4
38Jackfish Lake, as indicated by signs67-21-W4
39Moore Lake, as indicated by signs64-4-W4
40Skeleton Lake, as indicated by signs65-18,19-W4
41Camp Lake, as indicated by signs10-48-11-W4
42Long Island Lake, as indicated by signs63-25,26-W4
43Muriel Lake, as indicated by signs59,60-5-W4
44Ross Lake11-56-4-W4
45Half Moon LakeHalf Moon Lake6-52-21-W4
46Baptiste Lake, as indicated by signsBaptiste Lake66-24-W4
Peace River Region
1Cardinal Lake, as indicated by signsCardinal Lake83-24-W5
2Lesser Slave Lake, as indicated by signs19-75-12-W5
3Saskatoon Lake, as indicated by signs72-7,8-W6
4Sturgeon Lake, as indicated by signs70-23-W5
5Winagami Lake, as indicated by signs76,77-18,19-W5
6Mirage Lake, as indicated by signsMoonshine Lake79-8-W6
7Musreau Lake, as indicated by signs64-5-W6
8Rycroft Pond15-78-5-W6
9Grimshaw Agricultural Society Pond # 127-83-23-W5
10Lesser Slave River, as indicated by signs73-3-W5
11Fawcett Lake, as indicated by signs73-26-W4

PART 2

Ontario

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionSpecific LocationLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1

That part of the Niagara River that lies within Canada and that is between

  • (a) a straight line joining the end of the breakwater at the mouth of the Welland River to the westerly side of the mouth of Gill Creek at Niagara Falls, New York; and

  • (b) the crest of the Horseshoe Falls at Niagara Falls, Ontario

43°04′10″
79°02′13″

2That part of Wilcox Lake that is a zone extending 75 m into the lake, commencing at a point where a stream enters the lake on the northeast shore, having as a reference 43°57′00″ N and 79°25′50″ W, thence following the shoreline in a southerly and easterly direction to a point opposite the end of the 5th side road (Bethesda Road), having as a reference 43°56′45″ N and 79°25′40″ W43°57′ 79°26′
3

That part of the Thames River that is within the City of London, Ontario, and its environs, between

  • (a) Fanshawe Dam on the north branch;

  • (b) the Hamilton Road bridge on the south branch; and

  • (c) downstream, beyond the junction of the north and south branches to the Delaware Bridge on Hwy 2

Note: Closed only during high water periods when the water level is at an elevation of 226.5 m G.D.C. or higher, measured at the Byron gauge

43°02′30″
81°10′55″
to
42°58′07″
81°09′00″
to
42°54′21″
81°25′28″

42°58′53″
81°15′25″

4

That part of Big Tub Harbour, Tobermory, enclosed by the following positions:

45°15′19.5″ N 81°40′51″ W, 45°15′19.5″ N 81°40′54″ W, 45°15′17″ N 81°40′54″ W and 45°15′17″ N 81°40′51″ W

45°16′ 81°41′
5That part of Tobermory Harbour adjacent to the shore near the lighthouse on Lighthouse Point and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°15′29″ N 81°40′23″ W to 45°15′29″ N 81°40′20″ W to 45°15′26″ N 81°40′20″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′26″ N 81°40′25″ W45°16′ 81°40′
6That part of Tobermory Harbour adjacent to the shore along the east side and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°15′25″ N 81°39′44″ W to 45°15′35″ N 81°39′44″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′35″ N 81°39′39″ W45°16′ 81°40′
7

That part of Lake Huron on the northwest bank and enclosed by the following positions:

45°16′12″ N 81°45′00″ W, 45°16′18″ N 81°45′00″ W, 45°16′18″ N 81°45′18″ W and 45°16′08″ N 81°45′18″ W

45°17′ 81°45′
8That part of Lake Huron adjacent to the easterly shore of Russel Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°15′59″ N 81°41′17″ W to 45°15′59″ N 81°41′12″ W to 45°15′54″ N 81°41′12″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′54″ N 81°41′23″ W45°16′ 81°42′
9That part of Lake Huron adjacent to the northerly shore of Russel Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°16′06″ N 81°41′45″ W to 45°16′09″ N 81°41′45″ W to 45°16′09″ N 81°41′54″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°16′05″ N 81°41′54″ W45°16′ 81°42′
10That part of Lake Huron adjacent to the westerly shore of Russel Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°16′02″ N 81°42′30″ W to 45°16′06″ N 81°42′30″ W to 45°16′06″ N 81°42′42″ W to 45°15′54″ N 81°42′42″ W to 45°15′54″ N 81°42′30″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′59″ N 81°42′30″ W45°16′ 81°42′
11That part of Lake Huron adjacent to the southwesterly shore of Russel Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°15′36″ N 81°42′09″ W to 45°15′33″ N 81°42′09″ W to 45°15′33″ N 81°42′18″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′38″ N 81°42′18″ W45°16′ 81°42′
12That part of Georgian Bay adjacent to the shore at Dunks Point (park land base) and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°15′53″ N 81°38′36″ W to 45°16′00″ N 81°38′36″ W to 45°16′00″ N 81°37′54″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°15′36″ N 81°38′12″ W45°16′ 81°38′
13That part of Georgian Bay adjacent to the western shore of Bears Rump Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°18′36″ N 81°34′12″ W to 45°18′24″ N 81°34′12″ W to 45°18′24″ N 81°34′36″ W to 45°18′36″ N 81°34′36″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°18′36″ N 81°34′24″ W45°19′ 81°33′
14That part of Georgian Bay adjacent to the eastern shore of Bears Rump Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°19′06″ N 81°33′33″ W to 45°19′06″ N 81°33′30″ W to 45°18′54″ N 81°33′30″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°18′54″ N 81°33′42″ W45°19′ 81°33′
15That part of Georgian Bay adjacent to the eastern shore of Cove Island and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°19′30″ N 81°44′03″ W to 45°19′30″ N 81°43′54″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°19′06″ N 81°43′54″ W45°17′ 81°44′
16That part of Georgian Bay adjacent to the eastern shore of Cove Island, within the cove identified as Tecumseh Cove and enclosed by the following positions: beginning at a point on shore at approximately 45°17′49″ N 81°42′30″ W to another point on shore at approximately 45°17′34″ N 81°42′30″ W45°18′ 81°43′
17That part of Georgian Bay enclosed by the following positions: 45°18′54″ N 81°40′12″ W, 45°18′36″ N 81°40′12″ W, 45°18′36″ N 81°40′30″ W and 45°18′54″ N 81°40′30″ W45°15′ 80°45′
18That part of Lake Erie in front of Port Dover in the vicinity of Walker Street extending from shore 202 m to the west limit and 154 m to the east limit, enclosed within the positions described in column 3, as indicated by buoys42°46.872′ N
80°12.140′ W to
42°46.904′ N
80°12.391′ W
19That part of Lake Ontario that is the intake channel for the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station and that is north of a line drawn between the southernmost ends of the east and west intake channel groynes (armoured embankments), the groyne endpoints being located at the coordinates set out in column 2

43°48′22″
79°04′16″
to
43°48′22″
79°04′10″

43°48′ 79°04′
20That part of Lake Ontario that is near the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station and lies within the points described in column 2 (see Note 1)

43°51′59″
78°44′46″
to
43°51′58″
78°43′46″
to
43°51′03″
78°43′48″
to
43°51′05″
78°44′48″

43°52′ 78°43′
21That part of Lake Nipissing that is adjacent to the government dock, running south along the shore of that lake and Memorial Drive to Lee Park, in the City of North Bay, lying within the points described in column 2 (see Note 2)46°16′57″ N46°17′ 80°00′
79°07′12″ W,
46°17′03″ N
79°29′32″ W,
46°18′25″ N
79°30′58″ W,
46°19′21″ N
79°29′48″ W
22The part of Lake Ontario that is part of Port Dalhousie harbour, from the Heywood Generating Station on the west side of the harbour to the east shore of the harbour, and all waters lying south of a line drawn from the “all vessels prohibited” sign located on the west side of the harbour, 24 m north of the Heywood Generating Station, to the “all vessels prohibited” symbol located on the east side of the harbour, 70 m north of the existing dam

43°11′48″
79°15′53″

43°12′ 79°16′
Port Dalhousie Harbour43°12′ 79°16′
23That part of Lake Huron directly in front of Port Elgin, in the Town of Saugeen Shores, that is north of a line drawn from a point adjacent to the facility known as the First Base Restaurant, thence northwesterly across the water to the southernmost tip of the southwest breakwall44°26′0.5″ N44°30′ 82°15′
81°24′30″ W
24That part of the Ottawa River known as the Des Joachims Generating Station Tailrace Channel, from a line drawn through points marked by sign buoys at coordinates 46°11′44.82″ 77°40′56.10″ and 46°11′43.08″ 77°40′57.12″, upstream to the Des Joachims Generating Station dam46°11′43.95″ N46°11′ 77°41′
77°40′56.61″ W
to 46°10′55″ N
77°41′50″ W
25

That part of the Otonabee River that is

  • (a) described as a municipal beach owned by the Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield Twp;

  • (b) approximately 135 m in length and 45 m in depth; and

  • (c) indicated by buoys and signs

44°09′ 78°14′
26That part of the Niagara River that lies within Canada and is south of the Whirlpool (Woodpile) and north of the Whirlpool Bridge of the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission

43°07′08″ 79°04′04″ to
43°06′33″ 79°03′30″

43°06′50″ 79°03′37″

Note 1: This prohibition does not apply to vessels carrying out duties for Ontario Power Generation.

Note 2: This prohibition applies from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm on the Saturday and Sunday of Civic Holiday weekend in any year.

PART 3

British Columbia

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionGeneral Location (Where Necessary)Location Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1That part of Howe Sound north of Porteau Cove extending 300 m from the shoreline of Lot 280849°33′01″ 123°14′24″
2That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Traders Cove Regional Park Beach, approximately 195 m in length and 30 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsBear Creek49°56′ 119°30′
3That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Okanagan Centre Community Park Beach, approximately 100 m in length and 15 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsOkanagan Centre50°03′ 119°27′
4That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Pritchard Community Park Beach, approximately 45 m in length and 23 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsWestbank49°50′ 119°34′
5That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Kalamoir Community Park Beach, approximately 75 m in length and 20 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°51′ 119°32′
6That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Killiney Community Park Beach, approximately 300 m in length and 30 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsVernon50°12′ 119°29′
7That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Powers Creek Community Park Beach, approximately 100 m in length and 30 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsWestbank49°49′ 119°36′
8That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Bertram Creek Regional Park Beach, approximately 77 m in length and 24 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°47′ 119°33′
9That part of Okanagan Lake that is known as Westside Aquatic Community Park Beach, approximately 48 m in length and 50 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsWestbank49°49′ 119°36′
10That part of Kalamalka Lake that is known as Kaloya Regional Park Beach, approximately 200 m in length and 24 m in depth, as indicated by buoys and signsOyama50°07′ 119°22′
11Those parts of Alouette Lake designated as swimming areas, described as part of the campers’ beach at the north end of the lake and an area at the south end of the lake opposite the day-use area, as indicated by buoys and signsnortheast of Maple Ridge49°20′ 122°25′
12That part of Okanagan Lake known as Boyce Gyro Park, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°52′ 119°29′
13That part of Okanagan Lake known as Sarsons Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°51′ 119°29′
14That part of Okanagan Lake known as Lakeshore Road Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°54′ 119°29′
15That part of Okanagan Lake known as Rotary Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°52′ 119°29′
16That part of Okanagan Lake known as Kinsmen Park Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°53′ 119°29′
17That part of Okanagan Lake known as Strathcona Park Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°53′ 119°29′
18That part of Campbell River from Elk Falls to the John Hart Dam power houseCampbell River50°02′ 125°19′
19That part of Skaha Lake known as Sudbury Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°27′ 119°35′
20That part of Skaha Lake known as Airport Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°27′ 119°35′
21That part of Skaha Lake known as Skaha Lake Main Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°27′ 119°35′
22That part of Okanagan Lake known as Farmers’ Market Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°30′ 119°36′
23That part of Okanagan Lake known as Three Mile Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°32′ 119°34′
24That part of Okanagan Lake known as Okanagan Lake Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsPenticton49°30′ 125°15′
25That part of Kalamalka Lake known as Kal Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsColdstream50°13′ 119°15′
26That part of Okanagan Lake known as Paddlewheel Park, as indicated by buoys and signsOkanagan Landing50°14′ 119°22′
27That part of Kalamalka Lake known as Kirkland Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsColdstream50°13′ 119°15′
28That part of Kalamalka Lake known as Pumphouse Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsColdstream50°13′ 119°16′
29That part of Kalamalka Lake known as Kalavista Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsColdstream50°13′ 119°15′
30That part of Okanagan Lake known as Kin Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsOkanagan Landing50°15′ 119°21′
31The parts of Cultus Lake as indicated by buoys and signsapproximately 11 km south of Chilliwack49°03′ 121°58′
32That part of Osoyoos Lake known as Lions Park, as indicated by buoys and signsOsoyoos49°02′ 119°27′
33That part of Osoyoos Lake known as Gyro Park, as indicated by buoys and signsOsoyoos49°02′ 119°27′
34That part of Osoyoos Lake known as Legion Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsOsoyoos49°02′ 119°27′
35That part of Osoyoos Lake known as Sandy Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsOsoyoos49°02′ 119°27′
36That part of Osoyoos Lake known as Motel Row, as indicated by buoys and signsOsoyoos49°02′ 119°27′
37That part of Okanagan Lake known as Waterfront Park Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°53′ 119°29′
38That part of Okanagan Lake known as Bluebird Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°50′ 119°29′
39That part of Okanagan Lake known as Cedar Creek Beach, as indicated by buoys and signsKelowna49°48′ 119°31′
40During any event requiring swimming that has been authorized by the Minister under these Regulations, that part of Elk Lake that is situated east of a line connecting a point at coordinates 48°32′04″, 123°23′33″ and a point at coordinates 48°31′32″, 123°23′23″northwest of Victoria48°N 123° W
41That part of Kalamalka Lake known as Tamarack Park Beach at the foot of Tamarack Drive, as indicated by buoys and signsColdstream50°13′ 119°16′

PART 4

Manitoba

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1St-Georges Pond50°30′52″
96°13′45″
2Pine Pond53°58′57″
101°15′25″
3Spruce Pond53°59′11″
101°15′31″
4Cedar Pond53°59′38″
101°15′53″
5Fir Pond54°01′48″
101°17′13″
6Aspen Pond53°42′33″
101°13′25″
7Birch Pond53°40′10″
101°16′30″
8Camperville Pond51°53′03″
100°08′05″

PART 5

Saskatchewan

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Gazetteer of Canada or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Gazetteer of Canada Reference System)
1That part of Wascana Lake and Wascana Creek forming the Regina Reservoir as shown on Plan of Record No. U14916 in the Land Titles Office for the Regina Land Registration District and located east of the bridge forming part of the highway known as Wascana Parkway and formerly known as Broad Street or New Broad Street50°26′ 104°36′
2That reach of the South Saskatchewan River between the positions described in column 352°08′33″
106°38′13″ and
52°08′88″
106°38′30″
3That part of Codette Lake forming a small bay lying immediately to the south of the François-Finlay Dam described as being inside a line commencing at a point on the south side of the dam southeasterly along the water′s edge to the natural shoreline of the lake, thence southwest along the shoreline a distance of 1.5 km to a metal post, thence projecting 1 km north to a point intersecting the north shore of the lake marked by a metal post, thence northeasterly a distance of 300 m to the northern edge of the lakeshore, thence southeasterly to the point of commencement at the François-Finlay Dam structure53°16′ 104°17′
4That part of Iroquois Lake known as Pelican Cove lying adjacent to lots 4a, 4b, 4c and 4d, all in Block 3 as shown on Registered Plan No. 84B13418, extending a distance of 75.06 m between the north and south boundaries of said lot parcels, and extending 100 m into the waters of Iroquois Lake from the easterly boundary of said lot parcels53°10′ 107°01′
5Douglas LakeCreighton Lake54°44′ 101°55′

PART 6

Quebec

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemName Given by the Répertoire toponymique du Québec or DescriptionLocal NameLocation Reference (Répertoire toponymique du Québec, Reference System)
1[Repealed, SOR/2014-210, art. 7]
2Castor LakeLac Castor46°01′ 74°02′
3Davis LakeLac Davis46°01′ 74°19′
4Petit lac des SablesLac Grignon46°01′ 74°18′
5D’Amours LakeLac D’Amours49°02′33″ 64°31′14″
6Leamy Lake, the north passage linking the lake to the Gatineau River and the northern half of the south passage linking the lake to De la Carrière Lake, from 10:00 a.m. on the day of any fireworks display at Leamy Lake until 10:00 a.m. on the following dayLac Leamy45°27′ 75°43′
7Les Trois Lacs Lake in the beach and swimming areas, that part extending perpendicularly from the shore to a point at coordinates 45°47′35″ N 71°53′30″ W, thence to a point at coordinates 45°47′46″ N 71°53′25″ W, and thence extending perpendicularly to the shoreLes Trois Lacs45°48′ 71°54′
8An area of the Saint-Maurice River delineated by the south shore of Île Saint-Quentin Island and a line drawn from point E on that shore at position 46°21′7.7″ N 72°31′49.2″ W to point A at a position 46°21′4.5″ N 72°31′27.7″ W to point B at a position 46°21′2.3″ N 72°31′27.6″ W to point C at a position 46°21′1.3″ N 72°31′44.6″ W to point D on that shore at a position 46°21′6.0″ N 72°31′51.6″ W and ending at point E described aboveRivière Saint-Maurice, in a specific area delineated by Saint-Quentin Island46°21′ 72°31′
  • SOR/2014-210, s. 7;
  • SOR/2015-123, ss. 7(F), 8(E), 9 to 12;
  • SOR/2015-161, ss. 57 to 59;
  • SOR/2017-124, ss. 8, 9;
  • SOR/2017-261, ss. 1 to 3.
 
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