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Canadian Forces Base Shearwater Airfield Zoning Regulations

C.R.C., c. 78AERONAUTICS ACT

Regulations Respecting Zoning at the Canadian Forces Base Shearwater AirfieldShort Title

1 These Regulations may be cited as the Canadian Forces Base Shearwater Airfield Zoning Regulations.

Interpretation

2 In these Regulations,

airport

airport means Canadian Forces Base Shearwater Airfield, Shearwater, in the Province of Nova Scotia; (aéroport)

airport reference point

airport reference point means the point described in Part I of the schedule; (point de repère de l’aéroport)

approach surface

approach surface means an imaginary inclined plane the lower end of which is a horizontal line at right angles to the centre line of a strip and passing through a point at the strip end on the centre line of the strip; (surface d’approche)

horizontal surface

horizontal surface means an imaginary horizontal plane centering on and located 150 feet above the assigned elevation of the airport reference point; (surface horizontale)

Minister

Minister means the Minister of National Defence; (ministre)

strip

strip means a rectangular portion of the landing area of the airport, 1,200 feet in width, including the runway, especially prepared for the take-off and landing of aircraft in a particular direction; (bande)

transitional surface

transitional surface means an imaginary inclined plane extending upward and outward from the outer lateral limits of a strip and its approach surface to an intersection with the horizontal surface or other transitional surfaces. (surface de transition)

3 For the purposes of these Regulations, the airport reference point is deemed to be 148 feet above sea level.

Application

4 These Regulations apply to all lands, including public road allowances, adjacent to or in the vicinity of the airport, as more particularly described in Part II of the schedule.

General

5 No person shall erect or construct, on any land to which these Regulations apply, any building, structure or object or any addition to any existing building, structure or object, the highest point of which will exceed in elevation at the location of the highest point any of the surfaces hereinafter set out that project immediately over and above the surface of the land at that location, namely,

(a) a horizontal surface, the outer limits of which may be described as follows:

BEGINNING at a point at the intersection of the Southwesterly production of the Southeasterly boundary of Circumferential Road with the high water marks of the waters of the Eastern Passage. THENCE, from the Point of Beginning so determined, following the Southeasterly boundary of Circumferential Road and its Southwesterly production in a general Northeasterly direction to its intersection with a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 16R-34L and one thousand six hundred and seventy-one feet (1,671′) therefrom; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound N. 41°51′ W. to its intersection with a line parallel to the Northwesterly end of strip 16R-34L and seven thousand six hundred and fifty feet (7,650′) therefrom; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound N. 48°09′ E. to its intersection with a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 16L-34R and one thousand seven hundred and twenty-seven feet (1,727′) therefrom; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound N. 41°51′ W. to its intersection with a line parallel to the Northwesterly end of strip 16L-34R and eight thousand fifty feet (8,050′) therefrom; THENCE, N. 48°09′ E. a distance of three thousand four hundred and fifty-four feet (3,454′) to its intersection with a line running N. 33°52′50″ W. from the most Northerly corner of the landing strip of Runway 16L-34R; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound N. 33°52′50″ W. to its intersection with the Southeasterly boundary of Portland Street; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Easterly direction to a point where there is an iron boundary post, said point being the Northeasterly corner of the lands of W. Settle; THENCE, following the Northeasterly boundary of the lands of W. Settle in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with a line parallel to the strip end at end of Runway 02-20 and six thousand four hundred and eighty feet (6,480′) therefrom; THENCE, following the last mentioned line N. 89°47′ E. to its intersection with a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 02-20 produced and six hundred feet (600′) therefrom measured in an Easterly direction from the centre line; THENCE, S. 10°08′34″ E. a distance of six hundred and seventy-five feet (675′) to a point; THENCE, in a Southeasterly direction to a point on the base line of the lots fronting the Cole Harbour Road, said point being at a distance of seven hundred and seventy feet (770′) measured along the said base line in a general Westerly direction from the Southwesterly boundary of Caldwell Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned base line in a general Northeasterly direction to its intersection with the property line between the lands of now or formerly David Settle and the lands of now or formerly George Gildark; THENCE, following the last mentioned property line in a general Northwesterly direction to its intersection with the Southerly boundary of Cole Harbour Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Easterly direction to its intersection with the Westerly boundary of Bissett Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the property line between the lands of Frank Conrod and the lands of Mrs. Jessie Joslin; THENCE, following the last mentioned property line in a general Southwesterly direction to the most westerly corner of the lands of Mrs. Jessie Joslin; THENCE, following the Southwesterly Boundary of the lands of Mrs. Jessie Joslin in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Westerly Boundary of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary in a general Southerly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of a brook running from Morris Lake to Cow Bay Pond; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of Cow Bay Pond; thence, following the last mentioned bound in a general Southerly direction to its intersection with the property line between the lands of Lewis Romkey and the lands of Maurice De Young; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Southwesterly direction to the most Westerly corner of the lands of Maurice De Young; THENCE, following the Northeasterly boundary of the lands of Lewis Romkey in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Northwesterly boundary of Murray Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Southwesterly direction and its Westerly production to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of Old Indian Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Northwesterly direction to its intersection with the property line between the lands of the Municipality of the County of Halifax and the lands of the Department of National Defence; THENCE, following the last mentioned property line in a general Southwesterly and Northwesterly direction to a point on the Northeasterly production of the property line between the lands of Duncan MacDonald and the lands of the Department of National Defence; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound and its Southwesterly production in a general Southwesterly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of Eastern Passage Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Northwesterly direction to its intersection with the property line between the lands of Duncan MacDonald and the lands of Minnie Hartley; THENCE, following the last mentioned property line in a general Southwesterly direction to its intersection with the shore line of the waters of Eastern Passage; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound (including all wharves) in a general Northwesterly direction to the Point of Beginning,

(b) the approach surfaces abutting the end of the strip designated as 02 and each end of the strip designated as 11-29, the strip designated as 16R-34L, the strip designated as 16L-34R and extending outward therefrom, the dimensions of which approach surfaces are six hundred feet (600′) on each side of the centre line of the strip at the strip ends and two thousand feet (2,000′) on each side of the projected centre line of the strip at the outer ends, the said outer ends being two hundred feet (200′) above the elevations at the strip ends and measured horizontally ten thousand feet (10,000′) from the strip ends; the approach surface abutting the end of the strip designated as 20 and extending outward therefrom the dimensions of which approach surface are six hundred feet (600′) on each side of the centre line of the strip at the strip end and six hundred feet (600′) on each side of the projected centre line of the strip at the outer end, the said outer end being two hundred feet (200′) above the elevation at the strip end and measured horizontally eight thousand feet (8,000′) from the strip end, and

(c) the several transitional surfaces, each rising at an angle determined on the basis of a ratio of one (1) foot vertically for every seven (7) feet measured horizontally from the outer lateral limits of the strips and their abutting surfaces,

as shown on plan No. M-3050 (A & B), dated at Montreal August 4, 1965 of record in the Department of Transport at Ottawa.

SCHEDULE(ss. 2 and 4)

PART I Airport Reference Point

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical and are referred to the centre line of strip 16R-34L, Canadian Forces Base Shearwater Airfield, Shearwater, Eastern Passage, Province of Nova Scotia, as North forty-one degrees fifty-one minutes West (N. 41°51′ W.):

BEGINNING at the intersection of the centre line of Runway 16R-34L with the 34L end of said Runway; THENCE, following the said centre line North forty-one degrees fifty-one minutes West (N. 41°51′ W.) a distance of eight hundred and fifty feet (850′) to a point; THENCE, North forty-eight degrees nine minutes East (N. 48°09′ E.) a distance of one thousand and seven hundred feet (1,700′) to a point henceforth designated as the airport reference point, said airport reference point being also at a distance of four thousand one hundred and twelve feet and three tenths (4,112.3′) measured along a line having a bearing North ten degrees twenty-two minutes East (N. 10°22′ E.) from a concrete monument at the intersection of the Southerly boundary of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way with the property line between the lands of Gilbert Horne and the lands of Texaco Oil Company, the said airport reference point having an assigned elevation of one hundred and forty-eight feet (148′) above sea level.

PART II Description of Lands to Which These Regulations Apply

ALL AND SINGULAR those certain parcels or tracts of land and premises situate, lying and being at Eastern Passage, County of Halifax, Province of Nova Scotia, the outermost boundary of which is the limits of the horizontal surface described in paragraph 5(a), but excluding therefrom all lands, water and roads within the parcel of land the outermost boundaries of which are described as follows:

BEGINNING at a concrete monument at the intersection of the Northeasterly boundary of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way with the Southerly limit of the City of Dartmouth. THENCE, from the Point of Beginning so determined following the last mentioned bound N. 39°30′ E. a distance of one thousand nine hundred and three feet and two tenths (1,903.2′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, by the same, N. 39°30′ E. a distance of two thousand four hundred and fifty-one feet and eight tenths (2,451.8′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, by the same N. 41°48′ W. a distance of eight hundred and eighty feet and nine tenths (880.9′) to a point; THENCE, S. 39°24′ W. a distance of seven hundred and forty-eight feet and nine tenths (748.9′) to a point; THENCE, S. 50°36′ E. a distance of one hundred and seventeen feet (117.0′) to a point on the Northerly boundary of Oakland Drive; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary S. 39°24′ W. a distance of seven hundred and thirty-four feet (734.0′) to a point; THENCE, N. 50°36′ W. a distance of six hundred and sixty-three feet and nine tenths (663.9′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, N. 39°24′ E. a distance of seven hundred feet (700′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, S. 50°36′ E. a distance of two hundred and sixty-nine feet (269.0′) to a point; THENCE, N. 40°18′ E. a distance of eight hundred and twenty-nine feet and nine tenths (829.9′) to a point on the limits of the City of Dartmouth where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, following the limits of the City of Dartmouth N. 41°48′ W. a distance of six hundred and thirty-three feet and three tenths (633.3′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, by the same N. 76°42′ E. a distance of four hundred and ninety feet and four tenths (490.4′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, by the same N. 52°53′ W. a distance of one thousand one hundred and fifteen feet and eight tenths (1,115.8′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, by the same N. 74°41′ E. a distance of four thousand three hundred and sixty-six feet and one tenth (4,366.1′) to a point on the West shore line of Morris Lake; THENCE, following the West shore line of Morris Lake in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with a line parallel with the centre line of Runway 16L-34R and one thousand one hundred feet (1,100′) therefrom where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the last mentioned line S. 41°51′ E. a distance of one thousand two hundred and eighteen feet and eight tenths (1,218.8′) to a point on the Northwesterly end of De Said Lake where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the shore line of the waters of De Said Lake in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Smelt Brook; THENCE, N. 48°09′ E. a distance of two hundred and fifty-five feet (255′) to its intersection with a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 16L-34R and one thousand and one hundred feet (1,100′) therefrom where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the last mentioned line S. 41°51′ E. a distance of two thousand five hundred and seventy-nine feet (2,579.0′) to its intersection with the Northerly boundary of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary in a general Westerly direction a distance of one thousand two hundred and four feet (1,204′), more or less, to its intersection with the Southeasterly production of the centre line of Runway 16L-34R where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, by the same in a general Northwesterly direction a distance of three thousand seven hundred feet (3,700′), more or less, to its intersection with the Southeasterly production of the centre line of Runway 16R-34L where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, by the same N. 65°23′ E. a distance of nine hundred and fifty-two feet and one tenth (952.1′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, N. 67°27′ W. a distance of nine hundred and forty-three feet and one tenth (943.1′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the Southerly boundary of Hines Diversion Road N. 67°27′ W. a distance of one thousand three hundred and ninety-eight feet, and three tenths (1,398.3′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, S. 38°08′ W. a distance of eighty feet and eight tenths (80.8′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, N. 47°40′ W. a distance of one hundred and fifty-nine feet and six tenths (159.6′) to its intersection with the Southerly production of the centre line of Runway 02-20 where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, N. 47°40′ W. a distance of nine hundred and ninety-eight feet and nine tenths (998.9′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the Northwesterly boundary of Hines Road S. 53°18′ W. a distance of five hundred and sixteen feet and five tenths (516.5′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, by the same S. 57°04′ W. a distance of nine hundred and twenty-four feet and two tenths (924.2′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, by the same S. 56°26′ W. a distance of one hundred and ninety feet and six tenths (190.6′) to its intersection with the Northerly boundary of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary in a general Southwesterly and Northwesterly direction a distance of four thousand one hundred and fifteen feet (4,115′), more or less, to the Point of Beginning, said point being at a distance of three thousand eight hundred and seventy-five feet and seven tenths (3,875.7′) measured along a straight line on a bearing N. 57°56′ W. from the last mentioned boundary.

THE WHOLE as shown within coloured lines on plan No. M-3050 (A & B) dated at Montreal, August 4, 1965 of record in the Department of Transport at Ottawa.

C.R.C., c. 78AERONAUTICS ACT

Regulations Respecting Zoning at the Canadian Forces Base Shearwater AirfieldShort Title

1 These Regulations may be cited as the Canadian Forces Base Shearwater Airfield Zoning Regulations.

Interpretation

2 In these Regulations,

airport

airport means Canadian Forces Base Shearwater Airfield, Shearwater, in the Province of Nova Scotia; (aéroport)

airport reference point

airport reference point means the point described in Part I of the schedule; (point de repère de l’aéroport)

approach surface

approach surface means an imaginary inclined plane the lower end of which is a horizontal line at right angles to the centre line of a strip and passing through a point at the strip end on the centre line of the strip; (surface d’approche)

horizontal surface

horizontal surface means an imaginary horizontal plane centering on and located 150 feet above the assigned elevation of the airport reference point; (surface horizontale)

Minister

Minister means the Minister of National Defence; (ministre)

strip

strip means a rectangular portion of the landing area of the airport, 1,200 feet in width, including the runway, especially prepared for the take-off and landing of aircraft in a particular direction; (bande)

transitional surface

transitional surface means an imaginary inclined plane extending upward and outward from the outer lateral limits of a strip and its approach surface to an intersection with the horizontal surface or other transitional surfaces. (surface de transition)

3 For the purposes of these Regulations, the airport reference point is deemed to be 148 feet above sea level.

Application

4 These Regulations apply to all lands, including public road allowances, adjacent to or in the vicinity of the airport, as more particularly described in Part II of the schedule.

General

5 No person shall erect or construct, on any land to which these Regulations apply, any building, structure or object or any addition to any existing building, structure or object, the highest point of which will exceed in elevation at the location of the highest point any of the surfaces hereinafter set out that project immediately over and above the surface of the land at that location, namely,

(a) a horizontal surface, the outer limits of which may be described as follows:

BEGINNING at a point at the intersection of the Southwesterly production of the Southeasterly boundary of Circumferential Road with the high water marks of the waters of the Eastern Passage. THENCE, from the Point of Beginning so determined, following the Southeasterly boundary of Circumferential Road and its Southwesterly production in a general Northeasterly direction to its intersection with a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 16R-34L and one thousand six hundred and seventy-one feet (1,671′) therefrom; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound N. 41°51′ W. to its intersection with a line parallel to the Northwesterly end of strip 16R-34L and seven thousand six hundred and fifty feet (7,650′) therefrom; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound N. 48°09′ E. to its intersection with a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 16L-34R and one thousand seven hundred and twenty-seven feet (1,727′) therefrom; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound N. 41°51′ W. to its intersection with a line parallel to the Northwesterly end of strip 16L-34R and eight thousand fifty feet (8,050′) therefrom; THENCE, N. 48°09′ E. a distance of three thousand four hundred and fifty-four feet (3,454′) to its intersection with a line running N. 33°52′50″ W. from the most Northerly corner of the landing strip of Runway 16L-34R; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound N. 33°52′50″ W. to its intersection with the Southeasterly boundary of Portland Street; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Easterly direction to a point where there is an iron boundary post, said point being the Northeasterly corner of the lands of W. Settle; THENCE, following the Northeasterly boundary of the lands of W. Settle in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with a line parallel to the strip end at end of Runway 02-20 and six thousand four hundred and eighty feet (6,480′) therefrom; THENCE, following the last mentioned line N. 89°47′ E. to its intersection with a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 02-20 produced and six hundred feet (600′) therefrom measured in an Easterly direction from the centre line; THENCE, S. 10°08′34″ E. a distance of six hundred and seventy-five feet (675′) to a point; THENCE, in a Southeasterly direction to a point on the base line of the lots fronting the Cole Harbour Road, said point being at a distance of seven hundred and seventy feet (770′) measured along the said base line in a general Westerly direction from the Southwesterly boundary of Caldwell Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned base line in a general Northeasterly direction to its intersection with the property line between the lands of now or formerly David Settle and the lands of now or formerly George Gildark; THENCE, following the last mentioned property line in a general Northwesterly direction to its intersection with the Southerly boundary of Cole Harbour Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Easterly direction to its intersection with the Westerly boundary of Bissett Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the property line between the lands of Frank Conrod and the lands of Mrs. Jessie Joslin; THENCE, following the last mentioned property line in a general Southwesterly direction to the most westerly corner of the lands of Mrs. Jessie Joslin; THENCE, following the Southwesterly Boundary of the lands of Mrs. Jessie Joslin in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Westerly Boundary of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary in a general Southerly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of a brook running from Morris Lake to Cow Bay Pond; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of Cow Bay Pond; thence, following the last mentioned bound in a general Southerly direction to its intersection with the property line between the lands of Lewis Romkey and the lands of Maurice De Young; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Southwesterly direction to the most Westerly corner of the lands of Maurice De Young; THENCE, following the Northeasterly boundary of the lands of Lewis Romkey in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the Northwesterly boundary of Murray Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Southwesterly direction and its Westerly production to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of Old Indian Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Northwesterly direction to its intersection with the property line between the lands of the Municipality of the County of Halifax and the lands of the Department of National Defence; THENCE, following the last mentioned property line in a general Southwesterly and Northwesterly direction to a point on the Northeasterly production of the property line between the lands of Duncan MacDonald and the lands of the Department of National Defence; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound and its Southwesterly production in a general Southwesterly direction to its intersection with the Southwesterly boundary of Eastern Passage Road; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound in a general Northwesterly direction to its intersection with the property line between the lands of Duncan MacDonald and the lands of Minnie Hartley; THENCE, following the last mentioned property line in a general Southwesterly direction to its intersection with the shore line of the waters of Eastern Passage; THENCE, following the last mentioned bound (including all wharves) in a general Northwesterly direction to the Point of Beginning,

(b) the approach surfaces abutting the end of the strip designated as 02 and each end of the strip designated as 11-29, the strip designated as 16R-34L, the strip designated as 16L-34R and extending outward therefrom, the dimensions of which approach surfaces are six hundred feet (600′) on each side of the centre line of the strip at the strip ends and two thousand feet (2,000′) on each side of the projected centre line of the strip at the outer ends, the said outer ends being two hundred feet (200′) above the elevations at the strip ends and measured horizontally ten thousand feet (10,000′) from the strip ends; the approach surface abutting the end of the strip designated as 20 and extending outward therefrom the dimensions of which approach surface are six hundred feet (600′) on each side of the centre line of the strip at the strip end and six hundred feet (600′) on each side of the projected centre line of the strip at the outer end, the said outer end being two hundred feet (200′) above the elevation at the strip end and measured horizontally eight thousand feet (8,000′) from the strip end, and

(c) the several transitional surfaces, each rising at an angle determined on the basis of a ratio of one (1) foot vertically for every seven (7) feet measured horizontally from the outer lateral limits of the strips and their abutting surfaces,

as shown on plan No. M-3050 (A & B), dated at Montreal August 4, 1965 of record in the Department of Transport at Ottawa.

SCHEDULE(ss. 2 and 4)

PART I Airport Reference Point

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical and are referred to the centre line of strip 16R-34L, Canadian Forces Base Shearwater Airfield, Shearwater, Eastern Passage, Province of Nova Scotia, as North forty-one degrees fifty-one minutes West (N. 41°51′ W.):

BEGINNING at the intersection of the centre line of Runway 16R-34L with the 34L end of said Runway; THENCE, following the said centre line North forty-one degrees fifty-one minutes West (N. 41°51′ W.) a distance of eight hundred and fifty feet (850′) to a point; THENCE, North forty-eight degrees nine minutes East (N. 48°09′ E.) a distance of one thousand and seven hundred feet (1,700′) to a point henceforth designated as the airport reference point, said airport reference point being also at a distance of four thousand one hundred and twelve feet and three tenths (4,112.3′) measured along a line having a bearing North ten degrees twenty-two minutes East (N. 10°22′ E.) from a concrete monument at the intersection of the Southerly boundary of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way with the property line between the lands of Gilbert Horne and the lands of Texaco Oil Company, the said airport reference point having an assigned elevation of one hundred and forty-eight feet (148′) above sea level.

PART II Description of Lands to Which These Regulations Apply

ALL AND SINGULAR those certain parcels or tracts of land and premises situate, lying and being at Eastern Passage, County of Halifax, Province of Nova Scotia, the outermost boundary of which is the limits of the horizontal surface described in paragraph 5(a), but excluding therefrom all lands, water and roads within the parcel of land the outermost boundaries of which are described as follows:

BEGINNING at a concrete monument at the intersection of the Northeasterly boundary of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way with the Southerly limit of the City of Dartmouth. THENCE, from the Point of Beginning so determined following the last mentioned bound N. 39°30′ E. a distance of one thousand nine hundred and three feet and two tenths (1,903.2′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, by the same, N. 39°30′ E. a distance of two thousand four hundred and fifty-one feet and eight tenths (2,451.8′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, by the same N. 41°48′ W. a distance of eight hundred and eighty feet and nine tenths (880.9′) to a point; THENCE, S. 39°24′ W. a distance of seven hundred and forty-eight feet and nine tenths (748.9′) to a point; THENCE, S. 50°36′ E. a distance of one hundred and seventeen feet (117.0′) to a point on the Northerly boundary of Oakland Drive; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary S. 39°24′ W. a distance of seven hundred and thirty-four feet (734.0′) to a point; THENCE, N. 50°36′ W. a distance of six hundred and sixty-three feet and nine tenths (663.9′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, N. 39°24′ E. a distance of seven hundred feet (700′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, S. 50°36′ E. a distance of two hundred and sixty-nine feet (269.0′) to a point; THENCE, N. 40°18′ E. a distance of eight hundred and twenty-nine feet and nine tenths (829.9′) to a point on the limits of the City of Dartmouth where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, following the limits of the City of Dartmouth N. 41°48′ W. a distance of six hundred and thirty-three feet and three tenths (633.3′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, by the same N. 76°42′ E. a distance of four hundred and ninety feet and four tenths (490.4′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, by the same N. 52°53′ W. a distance of one thousand one hundred and fifteen feet and eight tenths (1,115.8′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, by the same N. 74°41′ E. a distance of four thousand three hundred and sixty-six feet and one tenth (4,366.1′) to a point on the West shore line of Morris Lake; THENCE, following the West shore line of Morris Lake in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with a line parallel with the centre line of Runway 16L-34R and one thousand one hundred feet (1,100′) therefrom where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the last mentioned line S. 41°51′ E. a distance of one thousand two hundred and eighteen feet and eight tenths (1,218.8′) to a point on the Northwesterly end of De Said Lake where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the shore line of the waters of De Said Lake in a general Southeasterly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Smelt Brook; THENCE, N. 48°09′ E. a distance of two hundred and fifty-five feet (255′) to its intersection with a line parallel to the centre line of Runway 16L-34R and one thousand and one hundred feet (1,100′) therefrom where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the last mentioned line S. 41°51′ E. a distance of two thousand five hundred and seventy-nine feet (2,579.0′) to its intersection with the Northerly boundary of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary in a general Westerly direction a distance of one thousand two hundred and four feet (1,204′), more or less, to its intersection with the Southeasterly production of the centre line of Runway 16L-34R where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, by the same in a general Northwesterly direction a distance of three thousand seven hundred feet (3,700′), more or less, to its intersection with the Southeasterly production of the centre line of Runway 16R-34L where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, by the same N. 65°23′ E. a distance of nine hundred and fifty-two feet and one tenth (952.1′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, N. 67°27′ W. a distance of nine hundred and forty-three feet and one tenth (943.1′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the Southerly boundary of Hines Diversion Road N. 67°27′ W. a distance of one thousand three hundred and ninety-eight feet, and three tenths (1,398.3′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, S. 38°08′ W. a distance of eighty feet and eight tenths (80.8′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, N. 47°40′ W. a distance of one hundred and fifty-nine feet and six tenths (159.6′) to its intersection with the Southerly production of the centre line of Runway 02-20 where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, N. 47°40′ W. a distance of nine hundred and ninety-eight feet and nine tenths (998.9′) to a point where there is a concrete monument; THENCE, following the Northwesterly boundary of Hines Road S. 53°18′ W. a distance of five hundred and sixteen feet and five tenths (516.5′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, by the same S. 57°04′ W. a distance of nine hundred and twenty-four feet and two tenths (924.2′) to a point where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, by the same S. 56°26′ W. a distance of one hundred and ninety feet and six tenths (190.6′) to its intersection with the Northerly boundary of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way where there is an iron boundary post; THENCE, following the last mentioned boundary in a general Southwesterly and Northwesterly direction a distance of four thousand one hundred and fifteen feet (4,115′), more or less, to the Point of Beginning, said point being at a distance of three thousand eight hundred and seventy-five feet and seven tenths (3,875.7′) measured along a straight line on a bearing N. 57°56′ W. from the last mentioned boundary.

THE WHOLE as shown within coloured lines on plan No. M-3050 (A & B) dated at Montreal, August 4, 1965 of record in the Department of Transport at Ottawa.