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Smugglers Cove Provincial Park Designation
made under Section 8 of the
Provincial Parks Act
R.S.N.S. 1989, c. 367
O.I.C. 82-973 (August 10, 1982), N.S. Reg. 179/82
The Governor in Council on the report and recommendation of the Minister of Lands and Forests dated the 9th day of July, A.D., 1982, and pursuant to Section 2 of Chapter 244 of the Revised Statutes of Nova Scotia, 1967, the Provincial Parks Act, is pleased to:
(a) rescind Order in Council 75-163 dated the 11th day of February, A.D., 1975, a copy of which is attached to the report and recommendation as Schedule “A”;
(b) constitute all that area of land situate at Smugglers Cove, in the County of Digby, owned by Her Majesty in right of the Province of Nova Scotia, to be a Provincial Park, the said area of land being described in Schedule “C” and shown outlined in red on the copy of Crown Land Records Plan No. E-13-32 marked Schedule “D”, both Schedules attached to and forming part of the report and recommendation; and
(c) declare that the park shall be known by the name of “Smugglers Cove Provincial Park”.
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being at Smugglers Cove, in the County of Digby, Province of Nova Scotia as shown on Plan No. E-13-32 filed in the Crown Land Records Office, Department of Lands and Forests, Halifax, the said land being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a survey marker numbered D463 situate at the southerly extent of lands of Richard J. Comeau and on the westerly boundary of Nova Scotia Highway No. 1, also being (by grid bearings referenced to the Nova Scotia 3° Modified Transverse Mercator Projection, zone 5, central meridian 64° 30' west longitude) S 15° 43' 10" E, a distance of 375.55' from Nova Scotia Coordinate Monument No. 26063 having coordinate values (Northing 16,054,755.23' and Easting 17,603,632.18').
Thence (from the place of beginning) S 26° 59' 00" E following the western boundary of Nova Scotia Highway No. 1, a distance of 67.86' to survey marker D462;
Thence S 38° 45' 50" W following a northwesterly boundary of lands of Ambroise Boles, a distance of 192.08 to survey marker D397;
Thence S 11° 06' 30" W following a northwesterly boundary of lands formerly of Benoit Robichaud, a distance of 204.07' to survey marker D398;
Thence N 52° 15' 00" W following a northeasterly boundary of lands formerly of Benoit Robichaud, a distance of 539.59' to survey marker D399;
Thence N 33° 37' 50" W following a northeasterly boundary of lands of Desire Comeau, a distance of 796.48' to survey marker D401;
Thence continuing N 33° 37' 50" W along the northeasterly boundary of lands of Desire Comeau, 41' more or less to the ordinary high water mark of St. Marys Bay;
Thence in a generally northerly, southeasterly and easterly direction following the several courses of the ordinary high water mark of St. Marys Bay and Comeau Cove, 1060' more or less to the mouth of a small brook flowing into Comeau Cove;
Thence in a generally southeasterly and easterly direction following the several courses of the ordinary high water mark of a small brook, 210' more or less to a point;
Thence S 43° 43' 50" E following the southwesterly boundary of lands of James T. Comeau, 80' more or less to survey marker D469;
Thence continuing S 43° 43' 50" E following the southwesterly boundary of lands of James T. Comeau, a distance of 48.05' to survey marker D468 situate on the easterly boundary of Nova Scotia Highway No. 1;
Thence S 01° 26' 50" E following the easterly boundary of Nova Scotia Highway No. 1, a distance of 40.06' to survey marker D467;
Thence S 72° 17' 10" W following the northwesterly boundary of lands of Clare Chamber of Commerce, a distance of 224.20' to survey marker D466;
Thence S 17° 47' 40" E following a southwesterly boundary of the aforementioned lands of Clare Chamber of Commerce, a distance of 156.41' to survey marker D465;
Thence S 67° 17' 30" W following the northwesterly boundary of lands of George Saulnier and Agnes Saulnier, a distance of 151.23' to survey marker D464;
Thence S 42° 19' 50" E following the southwesterly boundary of lands of George Saulnier and Agnes Saulnier, lands of the Estate of Zacharie Saulnier, and lands of Richard J. Comeau, a distance of 684.82 to the place of beginning.
Containing 16.2 acres more or less.
[Note: The map referred to as Schedule “D” was not filed with the Office of the Registrar of Regulations.]