C-61.1, r. 120 - Regulation respecting the Pontiac Controlled Zone

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chapter C-61.1, r. 120
Regulation respecting the Pontiac Controlled Zone
CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF WILDLIFE — ZEC — PONTIAC
Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife
(chapter C-61.1, s. 104).
C-61.1
December 30 1899
1. The territory, the plan of which appears in Schedule A and described in this section, constitutes the Pontiac Controlled Zone:
A territory situated in the county municipality of Pontiac, in the townships of Dauphiné, Church, Angoumois, Béliveau, Lorraine, Picardie, Gascogne, Flandre, Isle-de-France, Poitou, Perche, Artois, Gilles, Bourgogne and Aunis, containing one thousand two hundred and five square kilometres (1,205 km2), whose perimeter is described as follows:
Commencing at a point situated at the intersection of the western limit of the right of way of road No. 13A, with the southern limit of the right of way of road No. 13, such point being situated west of the embankment of lac Gagamo; thence, along a general northwesterly direction, the southern limit of the right of way of road No. 13 more or less, namely the road alongside the following lakes: lac Tilley, lac Yellow, lac Cassel, lac Gibéon, lac Druid, lac Gallia, lac Pelletier, to the meeting with the left bank of the tributary of lac Pelletier whose U.T.M. coordinates are 5,173,550 m N and 370,390 m E, thence southeasterly, a distance of five and forty-one hundredths kilometres (5.41 km) to a point whose coordinates are 5,168,200 m N and 371,200 m E; thence southwesterly, a distance of one and eighty-nine hundredths kilometres (1.89 km) to a point whose coordinates are 5,167,675 m N and 369,380 m E; thence southwesterly, a distance of two and thirty hundredths kilometres (2.30 km) to a point whose coordinates are 5,167,100 m N and 367,150 m E; thence northwesterly, a distance of two and eighty-six hundredths kilometres (2.86 km) to a point whose coordinates are 5,167,675 m N and 364,350 m E; thence southeasterly, a distance of two and fifty-two hundredths kilometres (2.52 km) to a point whose coordinates are 5,165,600 m N and 362,925 m E; thence westerly, a distance of three and twenty-three hundredths kilometres (3.23 km) to a point whose coordinates are 5,165,800 m N and 359,700 m E; thence southwesterly, a distance of one and seventy-nine hundredths kilometres (1.79 km) to a point whose coordinates are 5,164,050 m N and 359,310 m E; thence westerly, a distance of three and ninety-two hundredths kilometres (3.92 km) to a point whose coordinates are 5,164,300 m N and 355,400 m E, such point situated on the normal high-water mark on the right bank of rivière Coulonge-Est (ruisseau Gore); thence, in a general southeasterly direction, the normal high-water mark on the right bank of ruisseau Gore, of lac Des Ruisseaux and of rivière Coulonge-Est to the bridge of the road leading to lac Bush; thence, in a general southeasterly direction, the western limit of the right of way of the road alongside rivière Coulonge-Est to the bridge of road No. 36; thence, in general northeasterly, easterly and southeasterly directions, the limit of the southern right of way of road No. 36 alongside ruisseau Simon, lac Eros, lac Owen, lac Bouleau, lac Dépôt, lac Brock and lac au Hibou to a point whose U.T.M. coordinates are 5,125,150 m N and 398,050 m E; thence, northeasterly, a straight line to the western end of the embankment situated at the mouth of rivière au Hibou; thence, southeasterly, the right bank of the said river to the mouth of rivière de l’Aigle skirting the lake met there to the south; thence, southeasterly and then northeasterly, the left bank of rivière de l’Aigle to a point whose U.T.M. coordinates are 5,128,300 m N and 403,000 m E; thence, northwesterly, a straight-line (limit of the Bras-Coupé-Désert Controlled Zone) to the meeting with the line separating the townships of Béliveau, Artois and Angoumois; thence, westerly, the line separating the townships of Angoumois and Artois to the meeting with the left bank of the tributary of lac Inman; thence northwesterly, the left bank of the tributary of lac Inman, the normal high-water mark of lac Inman skirting it to the northeast to its northwestern limit; thence northwesterly, the left bank of the outlet of lac Lais to the meeting with the northeastern limit of the right of way of the road; thence northwesterly, the northeastern limit of the right of way of the road leading to lac David to the meeting with the normal high-water mark of the said lake; thence, along a general northerly direction, the normal high-water mark of lac David to the meeting with the left bank of a tributary of lac David situated at the northern end of the said lake; thence northeasterly, the left bank of the tributary to the meeting with the southwestern limit of the right of way of road No. 12; thence, in a general northwesterly direction, the southwestern and western limit of road No. 12 and of road No. 13A, namely, the road alongside the following lakes: Holly, Gerd, Tassé, Phébé, Ruben and Perdrix Blanche to the point of commencement.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 142, s. 1.
Pontiac Controlled Zone
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 142, Sch. A.
REFERENCES
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-61, r. 142