P-9, r. 6 - Regulation respecting the Parc national des Grands-Jardins

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1. The territory described in Schedule 1 constitutes Parc national des Grands-Jardins.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-9, r. 3, s. 1; 800-2017O.C. 800-2017, s. 1.
1. The following territory whose plan appears in Schedule 1 and described in this section constitutes the technical description of the Parc des Grands-Jardins, classified as a national park:
A territory part of the county municipality of Charlevoix-Ouest, as an unorganized territory, covering an area of three hundred and nine square kilometers (309 km2) and whose perimeter may be described as follows:
Starting from a point situated at the intersection of the northwestern limit of the Côte de Beaupré Seigniory and of the eastern limit of the right of way of Highway 381; thence in a general northwesterly direction, following the said limit of the right of way of Highway 381 for a distance of one hundred metres (100 m); thence in a northeasterly direction, following a line perpendicular to the said line of the right of way for a distance of thirty metres (30 m); thence in a general southeasterly direction, following a line parallel to and distant thirty metres (30 m) east of the eastern limit of the said right of way to the northwestern limit of the Côte de Beaupré Seigniory; thence northeasterly, following the latter limit to a point situated sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) east of the east shore of the effluent of Saint-Georges Lake; thence in general northwesterly, westerly and southwesterly directions, following a line parallel to and distant sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) northeast of the northeast shore of the effluent of Saint-Georges Lake, north of the north shore of Saint-Georges Lake, northwest of the northwest shore of the effluent of De la Tourterelle Triste Lake and north of the north shore of De la Tourterelle Triste Lake to a point whose coordinates are: 5,282,670 m N and 378,700 m E; thence southwesterly following a broken line whose apexes are identified by the following coordinates: 5,282,220 m N and 378,120 m E and to a point whose coordinates are: 5,281,430 m N and 377,370 m E, the said point situated on the southwestern limit of the right of way of Highway 381; thence in a general northwesterly direction, following the southwestern limit of the right of way of the said road to a point whose coordinates are: 5,289,900 m N and 371,050 m E; thence northwesterly, following a broken line whose apexes are identified by the following coordinates: 5,290,400 m N and 368,410 m E, 5,290,820 m N and 366,900 m E, 5,291,720 m N and 366,140 m E to a point whose coordinates are: 5,291,520 m N and 365,520 m E, the said point situated on the southeastern limit of the right of way of the forest road planned by the Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources; thence in a general southwesterly direction, following the southeastern limit of the right of way of the said forest road to a point whose coordinates are: 5,285,930 m N and 350,290 m E; thence in a general southerly direction, following a broken line whose apexes are identified by the following coordinates: 5,284,490 m N and 349,530 m E, the said point located sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) west of the west shore of Hébert Lake, 5,280,000 m N and 349,570 m E and to a point whose coordinates are: 5,277,970 m N and 350,050 m E, that is, the normal high water mark east of Little Jack Lake; thence in a general southerly direction, following the normal high water mark east of Little Jack Lake, east of its affluent, east of Jack Lake and east of À Jack Stream to the southern limit of the right of way to the road that passes by Malbaie Lake and Noir Lake; thence southwesterly, following the said limit up to sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) west of the west bank of À Jack Stream; thence in general southerly, easterly and northeasterly directions, following a line parallel to and distant sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) south of the south bank of À Jack Stream and Malbaie River to the meeting with the southern right of way of the road that passes by Noir Lake and Charles Lake; thence in a general southeasterly direction, following a broken line whose apexes are identified by the following coordinates: 5,280,470 m N and 362,850 m E, 5,279,550 m N and 363,460 m E, 5,278,650 m N and 363,200 m E and to a point whose coordinates are: 5,278,090 m N and 363,350 m E, the said point situated on the western limit of the right of way of the road that starts at Charles Lake and continues to Chaudière Lake; thence in a general southerly direction, the western limit of the right of way of the said road to the normal high water mark north of Chaudière Lake; thence in general easterly then southerly directions, following the normal high water mark north of Chaudière Lake to a point situated sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) south of the south shore of the effluent of Mirande Lake; thence in a general easterly direction, following a line parallel to and distant sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) south of the south shore of the effluent of Miranda Lake, south of the south shore of Mirande Lake, south of the south shore of the effluent of Little Mirande Lake and south of the south shore of Petit lac Mirande to a point whose coordinates are: 5,275,730 m N and 366,500 m E; thence, in general easterly and northerly directions, following a broken line whose apexes are identified by the following coordinates: 5,276,060 m N and 367,080 m E, that is, sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) south of the south shore of De la Chute Lake, 5,275,800 m N and 367,750 m E, 5,227,000 m N and 368,250 m E, 5,278,090 m N and 367,380 m E, the said point located sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) east of the east shore of the lake found there, 5,278,810 m N and 367,630 m E, 5,280,570 m N and 367,320 m E, 5,280,620 m N and 368,570 m E to a point whose coordinates are: 5,280,110 m N and 370,730 m E, the said point located sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) south of the south shore of the lake found there and sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) southwest of the southwest shore of the effluent of the said lake; thence in a general southeasterly direction, following a line parallel to and distant sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) southwest of the southwest bank of the said stream to the northwestern limit of the Côte de Beaupré Seigniory; thence northeasterly, following the northwestern limit of the Côte de Beaupré Seigniory to the starting point.
The right of way of Highway 381 is to be withdrawn from this territory.
The coordinates mentioned in this technical description are expressed in metres and have been graphically traced from the U.T.M. squaring using the scale 1:50,000 on the maps published by the Department of Energy, Mines and Ressources of Canada.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-9, r. 3, s. 1.