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- Act respecting Mauricie Park and its surroundings
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P-7
Act respecting Mauricie Park and its surroundings
MAURICIE PARK
12
December
31
1977
The functions of the Minister of Sustainable Development, Environment and Parks provided for in this Act are assigned to the Minister of Forests, Wildlife and Parks. Order in Council 1291-2018 dated 18 October 2018, (2018) 150 G.O. 2 (French), 7384.
1
.
The Minister of Sustainable Development, Environment and Parks is authorized to acquire by agreement or expropriation any immovable or immovable real right comprised in the territory of Mauricie Park described in Schedule A.
1972, c. 50, s. 1; 1973, c. 27, s. 20
;
1983, c. 40, s. 79
;
1994, c. 17, s. 76
;
1999, c. 40, s. 206
;
1999, c. 36, s. 159
;
2004, c. 11, s. 41
;
2006, c. 3, s. 35
.
2
.
The powers of expropriation conferred by this Act may be exercised with respect to any immovable, even one devoted to public use and not liable to expropriation under any general law or special Act.
1972, c. 50, s. 2
.
3
.
The deposit of the plan mentioned in section 42 of the Expropriation Act (
chapter E-24
) entails the cancellation of any grant and of any occupation licence or location ticket granted in accordance with the Act respecting the lands in the domain of the State (
chapter T-8.1
) or the Act respecting agricultural lands in the domain of the State (
chapter T-7.1
) or the Wild-life Conservation Act (
chapter C-61
) and relating to any land in the domain of the State comprised within the territory of Mauricie Park described in Schedule A. For the purposes of payment of the indemnity only, the holder of such a right shall be deemed an expropriated party.
1972, c. 50, s. 4; 1973, c. 38, s. 146
;
1982, c. 13, s. 57
;
1987, c. 23, s. 76, s. 97
;
1999, c. 40, s. 206
.
4
.
The transmission of an immovable contemplated in section 1 shall not be vitiated in consequence of the inobservance of section 55 of the Succession Duty Act (
chapter D-13.2
).
1972, c. 50, s. 5
;
1978, c. 37, s. 71
;
1999, c. 40, s. 206
.
The Succession Duty Act (
chapter D-13.2
) was repealed on 27 May 1986 by section 6 of chapter 15 of the statutes of 1986. The said section 6 applies in respect of successions opening after 27 May 1986.
5
.
The Government is authorized to give the Government of Canada free possession of the lands comprised in the territory of Mauricie Park described in Schedule A, according to the agreements contained in sessional papers numbers 179 and 180 tabled with the Secretary of the National Assembly on 21 December 1971.
1972, c. 50, s. 6
.
6
.
(Repealed).
1972, c. 50, s. 7
;
1996, c. 2, s. 758
.
7
.
(Repealed).
1972, c. 50, s. 8
;
1979, c. 51, s. 261
.
8
.
(Repealed).
1972, c. 50, s. 9
;
1996, c. 2, s. 758
.
9
.
(Repealed).
1972, c. 50, s. 10
;
1996, c. 2, s. 758
.
10
.
(Repealed).
1972, c. 50, s. 11
;
1996, c. 2, s. 758
.
11
.
(Repealed).
1972, c. 50, s. 12
;
1990, c. 4, s. 621
;
1996, c. 2, s. 758
.
12
.
(This section ceased to have effect on 17 April 1987).
1982, c. 21, s. 1
;
U. K., 1982, c. 11, Sch. B, Part I, s. 33
.
SCHEDULE A
(
Sections 1, 3, 5
)
Description of the territory of Mauricie Park
Starting from a point at the southwest extremity of the proposed region of the park, the coordinates of which are 5,167,750 m. N. and 653,000 m. E.; thence, in a straight line northeasterly about 2.33 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,169,900 m. N. and 653,900 m. E.; thence in a straight line northerly about 1.85 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,171,700 m. N. and 653,800 m. E; thence, a straight line northwesterly about 6.27 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,177,600 m. N. and 651,600 m. E.; thence, in a straight line northeasterly about 1.85 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,178,700 m. N. and 653,100 m. E.; thence, in a straight line southeasterly about 5.47 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,177,400 m. N. and 658,300 m. E.; thence, in a straight line southeasterly about 1.77 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,176,200 m. N. and 659,700 m. E.; thence, in a straight line southeasterly about 5.95 km to its meeting with the northwest lateral of lot 62 of Range I or Saint-Anatole of the seigniory of Cap-de-la-Madeleine; thence, northeasterly, the said northwest lateral of lot 62 to the northwest extremity of the southwest boundary of block H; thence, the said southwest boundary of block H and its extension to its intersection with the dividing line between lots 583 and 582; thence, in a straight line southerly to its intersection with the dividing line between lots 582 and 581 of Range I or Saint-Anatole of the seigniory of Cap-de-la-Madeleine; thence, the said dividing line between lots 581 and 582 for about 0.75 km; thence, in a straight line southeasterly and parallel to the line separating the seigniory of Cap-de-la-Madeleine from Caxton township to its meeting with the dividing line between lots 575 and 576 of Range I or Saint-Anatole of the seigniory of Cap-de-la-Madeleine; thence, northeasterly, the said dividing line between lots 575 and 576 to the dividing line between Ranges I and II of the said seigniory; thence, following the said dividing line between Ranges I and II to its intersection with lots 504 and 505 of Range II or Saint-Ubald; thence, following the dividing line between lots 504 and 505 of Range II to its intersection with the dividing line between Ranges II and III; thence, northwesterly, the line separating Ranges II and A from Range III or Saint-Théophile to the south corner of lot 498 of Range B; thence, following the front of Range B to the east corner of lot 493 of such range; thence, northwesterly, the dividing line between Range B and Range IV or Saint-Alexandre, to the south corner of lot 407 of Range C; thence, the front of Range C to its intersection with the dividing line between Ranges C and V or Saint-Olivier; thence, northwesterly, the dividing line between Ranges C and V or Saint-Olivier, to the south corner of lot 401 of Range D; thence, following the front of Range D to its intersection with the dividing line between Ranges D and VI or Saint-Adolphe; thence, the dividing line between lots 316 and 317 of Range VI or Saint-Adolphe to the south point of lot 308 of Range F; thence, northeasterly, the front of Range F to the line separating the seigniory of Cap-de-la-Madeleine from the township of Radnor; thence, northwesterly, the said line separating the seigniory of Cap-de-la-Madeleine from the township of Radnor to the dividing line between lots 150 and 151 of Range I west Saint-Maurice river from the township of Radnor; thence, northeasterly, the dividing line between lots 150 and 151 to its intersection with the dividing line between Ranges I and II west Saint-Maurice river; thence, southeasterly, the said dividing line between Ranges I and II west Saint-Maurice river to the south corner of lot 171 of Range II west Saint-Maurice river; thence, the dividing line between lots 142 and 171 of Ranges I and II west Saint-Maurice river to the altered high-water mark of the Saint-Maurice river; thence, northerly and northwesterly following the altered high-water mark of the Saint-Maurice river to a point whose coordinates are 5,179,400 m. N. and 669,100 m. E. (No. 1); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,179,600 m. N. and 668,400 m. E. (No. 2); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,180,200 m. N. and 668,250 m. E. (No. 3); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less to a point the coordinates of which are 5,181,000 m. N. and 668,000 m. E. (No. 4); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,181,850 m. N. and 667,900 m. E. (No. 5); thence, following the altered high-water mark northeasterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,182,550 m. N. and 668,050 m. E. (No. 6); thence, following the altered high-water mark northeasterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,183,250 m. N. and 668,300 m. E. (No. 7); thence, following the altered high-water mark northeasterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,184,000 m. N. and 668,550 m. E. (No. 8); thence, following the altered high-water mark northeasterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,184,800 m. N. and 668,750 m. E. (No. 9); thence, following the altered high-water mark northeasterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,185,500 m. N. and 668,950 m. E. (No. 10); thence, following the altered high-water mark northeasterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,186,250 m. N. and 669,200 m. E. (No. 11); thence, following the altered high-water mark northerly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,186,900 m. N. and 669,300 m. E. (No. 12); thence, following the altered high-water mark northeasterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,187,700 m. N. and 669,500 m. E. (No.13); thence, following the altered high-water mark northeasterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,188,400 m. N. and 669,650 m. E. (No. 14); thence, following the altered high-water mark northeasterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,188,900 m. N. and 670,100 m. E. (No. 15); thence, following the altered high-water mark northeasterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,189,600 m. N. and 670,300 m. E. (No. 16); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,190,300 m. N. and 670,150 m. E. (No. 17); thence, following the altered high-water mark westerly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,190,500 m. N. and 669,400 m. E. (No.18); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,100 m. N. and 668,950 m. E. (No. 19); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,600 m. N. and 668,350 m. E. (No. 20); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,500 m. N. and 667,650 m. E. (No. 21); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,100 m. N. and 667,000 m. E. (No. 22); thence, following the altered high-water mark westerly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,000 m. N. and 666,200 m. E. (No. 23); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,300 m. N. and 665,500 m. E. (No. 24); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,500 m. N. and 664,850 m. E. (No. 25); thence, following the altered high-water mark westerly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,400 m. N. and 663,950 m. E. (No.26); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,600 m. N. and 663,200 m. E. (No. 27); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,192,200 m. N. and 662,550 m. E. (No. 28); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,192,650 m. N. and 662,000 m. E. (No. 29); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,192,000 m. N. and 661,400 m. E. (No. 30); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,700 m. N. and 660,300 m. E. (No. 31); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,450 m. N. and 660,050 m. E. (No. 32); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,950 m. N. and 659,450 m. E. (No. 33); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,192,650 m. N. and 659,000 m. E. (No. 34); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,193,300 m. N. and 658,670 m. E. (No. 35); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,194,000 m. N. and 658,400 m. E. (No. 36); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,194,600 m. N. and 657,900 m. E. (No. 37); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,195,350 m. N. and 657,600 m. E. (No. 38); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,196,100 m. N. and 657,500 m. E. (No. 39); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,195,800 m. N. and 657,050 m. E. (No.40); thence, following the altered high-water mark westerly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,195,700 m. N. and 656,550 m. E. (No. 41); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,196,000 m. N. and 655,800 m. E. (No. 42); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,195,700 m. N. and 655, 050 m. E. (No. 43); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,196,000 m. N. and 654,400 m. E. (No. 44); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,196,300 m. N. and 653,600 m. E. (No. 45); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,196,450 m. N. and 652,850 m. E. (No. 46); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,196,550 m. N. and 652,000 m. E. (No. 47); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,196,950 m. N. and 651,300 m. E. (No. 48); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,197,750 m. N. and 651,050 m. E. (No. 49); thence, following the altered high-water mark westerly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,197,800 m. N. and 650,200 m. E. (No. 50); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,197,700 m. N. and 649,450 m. E. (No. 51); thence, following the altered high-water mark southerly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,196,950 m. N. and 649,150 m. E. (No. 52); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,196,200 m. N. and 649,100 m. E. (No. 53); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,195,700 m. N. and 648,550 m. E. (No. 54); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,195,100 m. N. and 648,000 m. E. (No. 55); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,194,500 m. N. and 647,500 m. E. (No. 56); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,194,400 m. N. and 646,600 m. E. (No. 57); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,193,700 m. N. and 646,300 m. E. (No. 58); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,197,900 m. N. and 646,100 m. E. (No. 59); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,192,100 m. N. and 645,900 m. E. (No. 60); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,191,350 m. N. and 645,500 m. E. (No. 61); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,190,850 m. N. and 644,850 m. E. (No. 62); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,190,200 m. N. and 644,350 m. E. (No. 63); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,189,450 m. N. and 644,500 m. E. (No.64); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,188,700 m. N. and 644,200 m. E. (No. 65); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,188,000 m. N. and 643,700 m. E. (No. 66); thence, following the altered high-water mark southwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,187,650 m. N. and 643,300 m. E. (No. 67); thence, following the altered high-water mark northwesterly for 0.80 km more or less, to a point the coordinates of which are 5,188,100 m. N. and 642,300 m. E. (No. 68); thence due south approximately 5.14 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,182,900 m. N. and 642,300 m. E.; thence due southwest approximately 1.85 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,181,200 m. N. and 641,700 m. E.; thence due southwest approximately 2.17 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,180,300 m. N. and 639,700 m. E.; thence due southwest approximately 1.77 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,178,700 m. N. and 639,100 m. E.; thence due southeast approximately 7.48 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,173,700 m. N. and 644,600 m. E.; thence due east approximately 3.29 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,174,100 m. N. and 647,900 m. E.; thence due southeast approximately 6.43 km to a point the coordinates of which are 5,168,400 m. N. and 650,400 m. E.; thence due southeast approximately 2.65 km to the starting point.
The whole as shown on a map and in a technical description prepared by Robert Bussières, land surveyor, and filed respectively under Divers 80 and Divers 8/20 in the Service de l’arpentage et de la géodésie of the Ministère des Ressources naturelles on 28 October 1971.
The coordinates shown above are given in metres and were surveyed graphically on the basis of the U.T.M. squaring used on maps drawn to a scale of 1:50,000 published by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources of Canada and were based on an altimetric point used by Hydro-Québec, situated at Manigance Rapid and whose elevation is 103.5573 m above sea level.
1972, c. 50, Schedule A; 1977, c. 5, s. 14
;
1979, c. 81, s. 20; 1984, c. 47, s. 213
;
1994, c. 13, s. 15
.
SCHEDULE B
(Repealed)
.
1972, c. 50, Schedule B; 1977, c. 5, s. 14
;
1979, c. 81, s. 20
;
1994, c. 13, s. 15
;
1996, c. 2, s. 759
.
REPEAL SCHEDULE
In accordance with section 17 of the Act respecting the consolidation of the statutes (chapter R-3), chapter 50 of the statutes of 1972, in force on 31 December 1977, is repealed, except sections 3 and 13, effective from the coming into force of chapter P-7 of the Revised Statutes.
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