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O. Reg. 663/98: AREA DESCRIPTIONS

under Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997, S.O. 1997, c. 41

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Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997
Loi de 1997 sur la protection du poisson et de la faune

ontario REGULATION 663/98

AREA DESCRIPTIONS

Historical version for the period August 8, 2014 to August 31, 2014.

Last amendment: O. Reg. 160/14.

This Regulation is made in English only.

CONTENTS

 

 

Sections

PART 3

DESIGNATED CROWN LANDS AND PROVINCIAL PARKS AREAS

3

 

 

 

PART 4

LANDS WHERE HUNTING AND TRAPPING OF FURBEARING MAMMALS PERMITTED

4

PART 5

SPECIAL HUNTING AREAS

5

PART 6

WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNITS

6

PART 7

AREAS SOUTH OF THE FRENCH AND MATTAWA RIVERS WHERE SUNDAY GUN HUNTING IS PERMITTED

7

PART 8

AREAS WHERE POSSESSION, DISCHARGE AND USE OF FIREARM PROHIBITIONS APPLY

8

PART 9

AREAS WHERE BULLFROGS MAY NOT BE HUNTED

9

 

 

 

 

Part 1 (s. 1, Schedules 1-34) Revoked: O. Reg. 367/12, s. 1.

Part 2 (s. 2, Schedules 1-68) Revoked: O. Reg. 367/12, s. 2.

Part 3
Designated Crown Lands and Provincial Parks Areas

3. The designated Crown lands and lands in provincial parks set out in the Schedules are those lands on which hunting is permitted in accordance with Part XIV of Ontario Regulation 665/98 (Hunting).  O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 1

All that part of Lake Superior Provincial Park in the Territorial District of Algoma lying easterly of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 17 and northerly of the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of Brimacombe and Broome; and that portion of Lake Superior Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Peever, Slater and Kincaid, and in the mining locations of Rankin and Kincaid, and islands in Lake Superior and part of the bed of Lake Superior, in the Territorial District of Algoma, containing 5,156 hectares, more or less, being composed of all those parts of the said geographic townships and mining locations, designated as Parts 7 to 13, both inclusive, on a Plan known as Lake Superior Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on June 14, 2002 with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 312/02, s. 1 (1).

SCHEDULE 2

Presqu’ile Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 196/08, s. 1.

Schedule 3

1. Rondeau Provincial Park:

Beginning at the intersection of the water’s edge of Lake Erie with the north-south dredge cut; thence north 22°30' east along the said dredge cut 3,280 feet, more or less, to the intersection with the most southerly dredge cut; thence north 77°30' west along the said dredge cut and its northwesterly production a distance of 1 mile and 3,900 feet; thence north 38°30' east 5 miles and 1,196 feet, more or less, to the intersection with the westerly production of the north park boundary lying in an easterly and westerly direction at a bearing of north 76°50' east; thence easterly along that production and the park boundary 3,630 feet, more or less, to the intersection with the easterly limit of Lake Shore Road; thence southerly and westerly along the easterly limit of Lake Shore Road to the intersection with the easterly limit of Rondeau Park Road; thence southerly along the east limit of Rondeau Park Road and its production to the intersection with the water’s edge of Lake Erie; thence in a general westerly direction following the said water’s edge of Lake Erie to the place of beginning.

2. Beginning at the northwesterly corner of Lot 2 according to a plan of survey of the tract of land known as the Rondeau Peninsula or Point aux Pins dated September 8th, 1864, prepared by Henry Lowe, Provincial Land Surveyor, of record in the Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario; thence westerly along the production westerly of the northerly limit of that lot to the water’s edge of Rondeau Harbour; thence in a general northerly, westerly, southwesterly, southerly and easterly direction following the water’s edge on the easterly, northerly, westerly and southerly shores of that harbour to the intersection with the production northerly of the westerly limit of Lot 104 according to a plan registered in the Registry Office for the Registry Division of Kent as No. 314; thence northerly along that production to a point distant 290 feet measured northerly thereon from the southwesterly corner of that lot; thence easterly parallel to the northerly limit of Bayview Alley according to that plan, 150 feet, more or less, to the intersection with the production northerly of the easterly limit of Lot 100 according to that plan; thence southerly along that production to the water’s edge of Rondeau Harbour; thence in a general easterly direction following that water’s edge to the most easterly extremity of Shirley Point; thence southeasterly in a straight line to the most northerly extremity of the east face of the west pier of the channel connecting Rondeau Harbour and Lake Erie; thence southerly along that easterly face to a point distant 421.18 feet measured northerly thereon from the production easterly of the southerly limit of Mariner’s Road; thence south 77°14'25" east, 100 feet; thence north 12°45'35" east, 800 feet; thence south 77°14'25" east, 700 feet; thence south 12°45¢35" west, 850 feet, more or less, to the water’s edge of Lake Erie; thence in a general easterly direction following the water’s edge of Lake Erie to the intersection with the north and south dredge cut; thence north 22°30' east along the said dredge cut, 3,280 feet, more or less, to the intersection with the most southerly dredge cut; thence north 77°30' west along the said dredge cut and its northwesterly production, a distance of 1 mile and 3,900 feet; thence north 38°39' east, 5 miles and 1,196 feet, more or less, to the intersection with the westerly production of the north park boundary lying in an easterly and westerly direction at a bearing of north 76°50' east; thence easterly along that production and that park boundary 3,630 feet, more or less, to the intersection with the easterly limit of Lake Shore Road; thence southerly and westerly along the easterly limit of Lake Shore Road to the intersection with the easterly limit of Rondeau Park Road; thence southerly along the east limit of Rondeau Park Road and its production to the intersection with the water’s edge of Lake Erie; thence in a general northeasterly and northerly direction following the said water’s edge to the intersection with the production easterly of the northerly limit of Lot 2 aforementioned; thence westerly along that production and the northerly limit of that lot to the place of beginning, except the land described in paragraph 1.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 4

In the Township of Norfolk in The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, formerly in the Township of South Walsingham in the County of Norfolk, and described as follows:

1. Beginning at a point in the southerly production of the line between lots 14 and 15 in Concession A in the Township of South Walsingham and which said point is the most northeasterly angle of the lands patented June 11, 1881, to John Woodward and William Anderson; thence southerly along that production 24 chains, more or less, to the northwesterly angle of a plan registered in the Registry Office for the Registry Division of Norfolk as Plan 429; thence easterly along the northerly limit of that plan to the northeasterly angle of that plan; thence southeasterly along the northeasterly limit of that plan to the northerly limit of Erie Boulevard; thence easterly along the northerly limit of Erie Boulevard and continuing easterly along the northerly limit of an existing travelled road to the intersection with the easterly limit of the land expropriated by the Department of Public Works, Ontario, according to a plan registered in the Registry Office for the Registry Division of Norfolk as Plan 537; thence north 19°20' east astronomically along that easterly limit and its production northerly 1 mile and 61 chains, more or less, to the intersection with a line drawn east astronomically from the intersection of the water’s edge on the southerly shore of Big Creek with the northeasterly limit of Long Point Park Road; thence west astronomically 4.5 miles, more or less, to the intersection with the southerly production of the line between lots 14 and 15 in Concession A in the Township of South Walsingham; thence southerly along the said production of the line between lots 14 and 15, a distance of 96 chains, more or less, to the place of beginning.

2. Beginning at a point in the water’s edge on the southerly shore of Big Creek where the same is intersected by the northeasterly limit of Long Point Park Road as shown on Department of Highways Plan of Survey P-2267; thence southeasterly along that limit 1 mile and 16 chains, more or less, to the intersection with a line drawn south 60°03' west astronomically from an angle in the northeasterly limit of the lands patented June 11, 1881, to John Woodward and William Anderson; thence north 60°03' east astronomically 2.92 chains; thence south 86°00' east 12.49 chains, more or less, to the intersection with the southerly production of the line between lots 14 and 15 in Concession A in the Township of South Walsingham; thence northerly along the said southerly production of the line between lots 14 and 15, a distance of 96 chains, more or less, to the intersection with a line drawn east astronomically 14 chains, more or less, to the place of beginning.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 5

Darlington Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 6

McRae Point Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 7

In the Township of Scugog in The Regional Municipality of Durham, formerly in the Township of Scugog in the County of Ontario, and described as follows:

Beginning at the northwesterly corner of Lot 10 in Concession XIV; thence southerly along the westerly limit of that lot to the southwesterly corner thereof; thence southerly in a straight line to the northwesterly corner of Lot 10 in Concession XIII; thence southerly along the westerly limit of that lot to the southwesterly corner thereof; thence easterly along the southerly limit of lots 10, 11 and 12 to the intersection with the westerly limit of Charles Avenue according to registered plan 792; thence northerly along that westerly limit to the intersection with the westerly production of the southerly limit of Lot 3, registered plan 792; thence easterly along that production and the southerly limit of that Lot 3 to the high-water mark of Lake Scugog; thence in a northerly and westerly direction along that high-water mark to the place of beginning. 

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 8

Those portions of Polar Bear Provincial Park in the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, described as follows:

1. Beginning at the intersection of the low water mark of the low tide of Hudson’s Bay with the water’s edge along the easterly bank of Little Shagamu River; thence south 30°00' west a distance of 5 kilometres; thence north 60°00' west a distance of 15 kilometres; thence north 30°00' east a distance of 5 kilometres, more or less to the low water mark of the low tide of Hudson’s Bay; thence in a southeasterly direction along the said low water mark to the place of beginning.

2. Beginning at the intersection of latitude 55°15' north with longitude 83°45' west; thence south 45°00' west a distance of 12 kilometres; thence south 45°00' east a distance of 7 kilometres; thence north 45°00' east a distance of 14 kilometres, more or less to the low water mark of the low tide of Hudson’s Bay; thence in a general northwesterly direction along the said low water mark to a point in a line drawn north 45°00' east from the place of beginning; thence south 45°00' west to the east from the place of beginning; thence south 45°00' west to the place of beginning. 

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 9

All that portion of Obatanga Provincial Park lying southwesterly of the southerly limit of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 17.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 10

Chapleau-Nemegosenda River Provincial Park, except that part situate in the Chapleau Crown Game Reserve.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 11

Mississagi River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 12

That part of Nagagamisis Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Frances, Flanders, Hiawatha, Nagagami, Frost, Elgie, McEwing, Newlands, Mercer, Cross, and Arnott, in the Territorial District of Algoma, and in the geographic Townships of McMillan, Fintry, Auden, and unsurveyed territory, in the Territorial District of Cochrane being composed of those parts of the said geographic townships and unsurveyed territory designated as Parts 1 to 9, inclusive, on a plan known as Nagagamisis Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on November 1, 2004, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources saving and excepting those parts more particularly described as follows:

1. Part of the geographic townships of Frost and McEwing described as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the easterly limit of the right of way of Secondary Highway No. 631 with the southerly shore of Nagagamisis Lake; thence in a general southwesterly, southerly and southeasterly direction along the easterly limit of the said right of way to the intersection with the northerly shore of Blackwater Creek; thence in a general easterly direction following the northerly shore of Blackwater Creek to the northwesterly shore of Park Lake; thence in a general northeasterly direction following the northwesterly shore of Park Lake to the northerly shore of an unnamed creek draining Park Lake; thence in a general easterly direction following the northerly shore of the said unnamed creek to the westerly shore of Duck Bay; thence in a general northeasterly direction following the westerly shore of Duck Bay to the southerly shore of Nagagamisis Lake; thence in a general westerly and northwesterly direction following the south shore of Nagagamisis Lake to the place of beginning.

2. Part of the geographic Township of Frost described as follows:

Premising that all bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical.

Beginning at survey monument No. 334 defining a point on the westerly limit of the right of way of Secondary Highway No. 631 opposite H.O.T. at chainage 299 + 86.25 as shown on Ministry of Transportation and Communications Plan P-3451-1; thence north 85°00' west 1760.00 metres; thence north 67°00' west 1810.00 metres; thence north astronomic 400.00 metres, more or less, to a point measured southerly from and 100.00 metres in perpendicular distance to the southerly shore of Nagagamisis Lake; thence in a general northeasterly direction parallel to the said southerly shore and 100.00 metres in perpendicular distance therefrom to the intersection with the westerly limit of the right of way of Secondary Highway No. 631; thence in a general southwesterly, southerly and southeasterly direction following the westerly limit of the said right of way to the place of beginning.

3. Part of the geographic Township of Frost described as follows:

Premising that all bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical.

Beginning at the southeast corner of the herein described tract of land which is distant 1410.00 metres measured south 64°41' west from monument No. 334 defining a point on the westerly limit of the right of way of Secondary Highway No. 631 opposite H.O.T. at chainage 299 + 86.25 as shown on Ministry of Transportation and Communications Plan P-3451-1; thence north astronomic 400.00 metres; thence west astronomic 650.00 metres; thence south astronomic 400.00 metres; thence east astronomically 650.00 metres to the place of beginning.

4. Part of the geographic Township of McEwing described as follows:

Beginning at the intersection of the north boundary of Nagagamisis Provincial Park with the easterly shore of an unnamed creek draining into Nagagamisis Lake being distant 5,900.00 metres, more or less, measured westerly along the said north boundary from the northeast corner of said park; thence easterly along the said north boundary 860.00 metres, more or less, to the westerly shore of an unnamed creek draining into Nagagamisis Lake; thence in a general southerly direction following the westerly shore of the unnamed creek to the northerly shore of Nagagamisis Lake; thence in a general westerly, southwesterly, westerly and northwesterly direction following the northerly shore of Nagagamisis Lake to the easterly shore of an unnamed creek on which easterly shore the place of beginning is situated; thence in a general northeasterly direction following the said easterly shore to the place of beginning.

5. Part of the geographic Township of McEwing described as follows:

Premising that all bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical.

Beginning at the southeast corner of the herein described tract of land distant 2,130.00 metres measured north astronomic from a point on the south boundary of the geographic Township of McEwing distant 12,000.00 metres measured westerly thereon from the southeast corner of the said township; thence north 20°20' east 550.00 metres; thence west astronomically 100.00 metres, more or less, to the easterly shore of Duck Bay; thence in a general southwesterly direction following the easterly shore of Duck Bay to the intersection with a line drawn on a course of west astronomic from the place of beginning; thence east astronomic 100.00 metres, more or less, to the place of beginning.

6. Part of the geographic Township of McEwing described as follows:

Premising that all bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical.

Beginning at the northeast corner of the herein described tract of land distant 1,500.00 metres measured north astronomic from a point in the south boundary of the geographic Township of McEwing distant 6,700.00 metres measured westerly thereon from the southeast corner of the said township; thence north 80°00' west 990.00 metres, more or less, to the easterly shore of Nagagamisis River; thence in a general southerly, southeasterly and easterly direction following the said shore to the intersection with a line drawn on a course of south astronomic from the place of beginning; thence north astronomic 300.00 metres, more or less, to the place of beginning.

7. Part of the geographic Township of McEwing described as follows:

Premising that all bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical.

Beginning at the northeast corner of the herein described tract of land distant 3,140.00 metres measured north astronomic from a point in the south boundary of the geographic Township of McEwing distant 2,350.00 metres measured westerly thereon from the southeast corner of the said township; thence west astronomic 700.00 metres; thence south astronomic 2,000.00 metres, more or less, to the northerly shore of Nagagamisis River; thence in a general easterly direction following the said shore to the intersection with a line drawn on a course of south astronomic from the place of beginning; thence north astronomic 2,480.00 metres, more or less, to the place of beginning.

O. Reg. 182/05, s. 1.

Schedule 13

That part of the geographic townships of Bannerman, Fushimi, Hanlan and Stoddart, in the Territorial District of Cochrane and in the Province of Ontario being the land and land under water within Fushimi Lake Provincial Park, saving and excepting thereout and therefrom those parts more particularly described as follows:

1. Part of the geographic townships of Fushimi and Stoddart described as follows:

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical.

Beginning at the intersection of the north boundary of the geographic Township of Stoddart with the westerly shore of Achilles Lake being distant 3,120.00 metres, more or less, measured westerly thereon from the northeast corner thereof; thence in a general northerly direction following the said westerly shore to the most northerly point thereon; thence east astronomically 1,300.00 metres; thence south astronomically 1,660.00 metres, more or less, to the intersection with the northerly shore of Fushimi Lake; thence in a general northwesterly, westerly and southwesterly direction following the northerly shore of Fushimi Lake to the west shore of the creek draining Achilles Lake; thence in a general northerly direction following the said westerly shore to the westerly shore of Achilles Lake; thence in a general northerly direction following the westerly shore of Achilles Lake to the place of beginning.

2. Part of the geographic townships of Bannerman and Hanlan described as follows:

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical.

Beginning at the southwest corner of the said geographic Township of Bannerman; thence northerly along the west boundary of the geographic Township of Bannerman a distance of 600.00 metres; thence east astronomically 650.00 metres; thence south 17°00' west 1,250.00 metres, more or less, to the intersection with the northerly shore of Fushimi Lake; thence in a general northwesterly, westerly and southwesterly direction following the said northerly shore to the intersection with the west boundary of the geographic Township of Hanlan; thence northerly along the west boundary of the said township to the place of beginning.

3. Part of the geographic Township of Stoddart described as follows:

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical.

Beginning at a point within the geographic Township of Stoddart distant 2,420.00 metres measured south astronomic from a point on the north boundary of the said township distant 3,060.00 metres measured westerly thereon from the northeast corner of the said township; thence east astronomic 520.00 metres, more or less, to the intersection with the westerly shore of Fushimi Lake; thence in a general southerly direction following the westerly shore of Fushimi Lake to the northerly shore of Valentine Creek; thence in a general westerly and northerly direction following the northerly shore of Valentine Creek to the intersection with a line drawn on a course of west astronomic from the place of beginning; thence east astronomic 50.00 metres, more or less, to the place of beginning.

4. Part of the geographic Township of Stoddart described as follows:

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned are astronomical.

Beginning at the intersection of the southerly shore of Valentine Creek with a line drawn on a course of south astronomic from a point on the north boundary of the said township distant 3,060.00 metres measured westerly thereon from the northeast corner of the said township; thence south astronomic 250.00 metres; thence east astronomic 510.00 metres, more or less, to the intersection with the westerly shore of Fushimi Lake; thence in a general northwesterly direction following the westerly shore of Fushimi Lake to the southerly shore of Valentine Creek; thence in a general westerly direction following the southerly shore of Valentine Creek to the place of beginning.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 14

Rock Point Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 15

Winisk River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 16

Point Farms Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 17

That part of Lake of the Woods Provincial Park in unsurveyed territory, in the Territorial District of Kenora and in unsurveyed territory, in the municipal Township of Lake of the Woods, in the Territorial District of Rainy River containing 11,589 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said unsurveyed territory, designated as Parts 2 to 10, both inclusive, on a plan known as Lake of the Woods Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class) filed on February 17, 2005, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (1).

Schedule 18

The part of The Shoals Provincial Park lying northerly of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 101 and described as follows:

In the geographic townships of Bliss, Cosens, Druillettes, Gilliland and Peters, in the District of Sudbury, containing 8,010 hectares, more or less, being composed of that part of the said geographic townships designated as Part 1 on a plan known as “Northern-The Shoals”, approved on the 3rd day of July, 1984 and filed in the Office of the Surveyor General at Peterborough, Ontario.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 19

Makobe-Grays River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 20

Pretty River Valley Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 21 Revoked:  O. Reg. 50/11, s. 1 (1).

Schedule 22

Aubrey Falls Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 23

Silver Falls Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 24

Wanapitei Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 25

Kashabowie Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 26

La Cloche Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 27

Little Abitibi Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 50/11, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 28

Opeongo River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 29

Westmeath Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 30

Pigeon River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1; O. Reg. 687/00, s. 1.

Schedule 31

Larder River Waterway Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 149/02, s. 1 (1).

Schedule 32

Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 33

The part of Restoule Provincial Park described as follows:

That portion of the geographic Townships of Hardy and Patterson, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound, being composed of Part 1 and a portion of Part 2 on a Plan known as Restoule Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class) filed on February 14, 2003 with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources, and which portion of Part 2 may be more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at the northwesterly corner of Lot 13, Concession 10, in the said Township of Patterson; thence southerly along the westerly limit of said Lot 13 and along the southerly production of the said limit across the allowance for road to the water’s edge along the northerly shore of Restoule Lake; thence easterly following the said water’s edge and water’s edge along the northerly shore of Restoule River to the intersection with the southerly production of the westerly limit of Lot 18, Concession 8; thence northerly along the said southerly production across the allowance for road and along the said westerly limit to the northwesterly corner of said Lot 18; thence northerly in a straight line across the allowance for road between concessions 8 and 9 to the southwesterly corner of Lot 18, Concession 9; thence northerly along the westerly limit of said Lot 18 and along the northerly production of the said limit across the allowance for road to the water’s edge along the southwesterly shore of Stormy Lake; thence north and westerly following the said water’s edge and the water’s edge along the southerly shore of Restoule River to the intersection with the northerly production of the westerly limit of Lot 13, Concession 11; thence southerly along the said northerly production across the allowance for road and along the said westerly limit to the southwesterly corner of said Lot 13; thence southerly in a straight line across the allowance for road between concessions 10 and 11 to the place of beginning.

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 1.

Schedule 34

Sandpoint Island Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 35

South Bay Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 36

W.J.B. Greenwood Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 37

French River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 38

Bonnechere River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 39

Grundy Lake Provincial Park, excepting those parts thereof that are posted with signs prohibiting hunting.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 40

Kawartha Highlands Signature Site Park.

O. Reg. 182/05, s. 2.

Schedule 41

Lower Madawaska River Provincial Park, excepting those parts thereof that are posted with signs prohibiting hunting.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 42

The part of Algonquin Provincial Park known as the “McRae Addition” located in Eyre Township.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 43

Lake St. Peter Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 44

Missinaibi Provincial Park, excepting that part situate in the Chapleau Crown Game Preserve.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 45

Steel River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 46

Sturgeon River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 47

Turtle River-White Otter Lake Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 2.

Schedule 48

Obabika River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 49

Solace Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 50

Little Current River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1; O. Reg. 687/00, s. 2.

Schedule 51

Albany River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 52

Biscotasi Lake Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 53

Black Creek Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 54

The Massassauga Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1; O  Reg. 687/00, s. 3.

Schedule 55

Brightsand River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 56

Dana-Jowsey Lakes Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 57

Fawn River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 58

Kopka River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 59

La Motte Lake Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 60

LaVerendrye Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 50/11, s. 1 (3).

Schedule 61

Otoskwin-Attawapiskat River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 62

Ottawa River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 63

Pipestone River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 64

Severn River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 65

Upper Madawaska River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 66

Nakina Moraine Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 67

That portion of Charleston Lake Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Lansdowne and Escott, in the Municipal Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands and the Municipal Township of Athens, United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, containing 1,382 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the geographic townships designated as Parts 25 and 26 on a plan known as Charleston Lake Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on August 12, 2013 with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 47/14, s. 1.

Schedule 68

Wabakimi Provincial Park, except in the area delineated as Part 7 on a plan known as Wabakimi Provincial Park, filed on June 17, 1997, in the Office of the Surveyor General at Peterborough , Ontario.

O. Reg. 378/00, s. 1.

Schedule 69 Revoked: O. Reg. 370/12, s. 1.

Schedule 70

That portion of Silent Lake Provincial Park in the geographic Township of Cardiff, in the Municipality of Highlands East, in the County of Haliburton containing 166 hectares, more or less, being composed of that part of the said geographic Township of Cardiff designated as Part 2 on a plan known as Silent Lake Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on November 3, 2011 with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 96/12, s. 1.

Schedule 71

Big East River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 463/00, s. 1.

Schedule 72

Temagami River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 687/00, s. 4.

Schedule 73

That portion of Mashkinonje Provincial Park in the geographic Township of Loudon, Municipality of West Nipissing in the Territorial District of Nipissing, containing 236 hectares, more or less, being composed of that part of the said Township of Loudon designated as Part 7 on a plan known as Mashkinonje Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on November 3, 2011 in the Office of the Surveyor General in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 370/12, s. 2.

Schedule 74

That portion of Halfway Lake Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Antrim and Ulster, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, containing 383 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said Townships of Antrim and Ulster, designated as Parts 3 and 4, on a Plan known as Halfway Lake Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on November 3, 2011 with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 96/12, s. 1.

Schedule 75

Puzzle Lake Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 87/01, s. 1.

Schedule 76

Spanish River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 385/01, s. 1.

Schedule 77

In the geographic Townships of Dack and Evanturel, in the Territorial District of Timiskaming, containing 131 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said geographic townships, designated as parts 1 and 3 on a plan known as Kap-Kig-Iwan Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on June 27, 2001, with the Office of the Surveyor General in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 385/01, s. 1.

Schedule 78

Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 239/03, s. 1 (1).

Schedule 79

Englehart River Fine Sand Plain and Waterway Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 149/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 80

West Montreal River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 149/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 81

Black Sturgeon River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 149/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 82

Ruby Lake Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 149/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 83

Widdifield Forest Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 312/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 84

Little White River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 312/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 85

Blind River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 312/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 86

North Channel Inshore Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 312/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 87

Aubinadong River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 312/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 88

Nimoosh Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 312/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 89

Pukaskwa River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 312/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 90

That portion of Mississagi Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Sagard, Viel, Raimbault, Hembruff and Hughson, in the Territorial District of Algoma, containing 3,501 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said geographic townships designated as Parts 1 and 2, on a Plan known as Mississagi Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on January 14, 2002 with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 312/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 91

That portion of Pancake Bay Provincial Park in the Geographic Townships of Ryan and Herrick, in the Territorial District of Algoma, containing 1,175 hectares, more or less, being composed of that part of the said Geographic Townships, designated as Part 3 on a Plan known as Pancake Bay Provincial Park (Recreation Class), filed on January 14, 2002 with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 312/02, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 92

Woman River Forest Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 93

Wenebegon River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 94

Matinenda Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 95

Alexander Lake Forest Provincial Park. 

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 96

Amable du Fond River Provincial Park. 

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 97

That portion of Jocko Rivers Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Clarkson, Eddy, French, Garrow, Jocko, La Salle, Lockhart, McAuslan, Osborne and Stewart, in the Territorial District of Nipissing, containing 11,231 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said geographic townships designated as Parts 1 to 3, both inclusive, on a Plan known as P140 Jocko Rivers Provincial Park (Waterway Class) filed on February 14, 2003 with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 98

Goulais River Provincial Park. 

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 99

Algoma Headwaters Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 100

Aubinadong-Nushatogaini Rivers Provincial Park. 

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 101

East English River Provincial Park. 

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 102

That portion of Sandbar Lake Provincial Park in unsurveyed territory, in the Territorial District of Kenora, containing 3,270 hectares, more or less, being composed of that part of the said unsurveyed territory designated as Part 1 on a plan known as Sandbar Lake Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on February 24, 2003 with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 103

That portion of Blue Lake Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Docker and Smellie, in the Territorial District of Kenora, containing 1,954 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said geographic townships designated as Parts 1 to 16, both inclusive, (Part 6 comprising only the islands in Cobble Lake) on a plan known as Blue Lake Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on February 24, 2003 with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 104

West English River Provincial Park. 

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 105

Eagle Dogtooth Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

Schedule 106

St. Raphael Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 207/03, s. 3.

schedule 107

Magnetawan River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 239/03, s. 1 (2).

schedule 108

Noganosh Lake Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 239/03, s. 1 (2).

Schedule 109

Gull River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 242/03, s. 1.

Schedule 110

Obonga-Ottertooth Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 242/03, s. 1.

Schedule 111

Whitesand Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 242/03, s. 1.

Schedule 112

Batchawana River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 177/04, s. 1.

Schedule 113

Ogoki River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 177/04, s. 1.

Schedule 114

Abitibi-De-Troyes Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 182/05, s. 3.

Schedule 115

Egan Chutes Provincial Park Addition.

O. Reg. 182/05, s. 3.

Schedule 116

That portion of Esker Lakes Provincial Park in the geographic Township of Bisley, in the Territorial District of Cochrane, and in the geographic Township of Morrisette in the Town of Kirkland Lake, and in the geographic Township of Arnold, in the Territorial District of Timiskaming containing 3,272 hectares, more or less, being composed of that part of the said geographic townships designated as Part 2 on a Plan known as Esker Lakes Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class) filed on April 29, 2004, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 182/05, s. 3.

Schedule 117

That portion of Greenwater Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Colquhoun, Leitch, Calder and Clute, in the Territorial District of Cochrane, containing 3,166 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts in the said Townships, designated as Parts 1 and 3 on a Plan known as Greenwater Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class) filed on April 14, 2004, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 182/05, s. 3.

Schedule 118

That portion of Ivanhoe Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Ivanhoe, Carty, Pinogami, Evans, Biggs, Hellyer, Raney, Crockett, Denyes, Halcrow, Tooms and Eisenhower, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, containing 6,100 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said geographic townships designated as Parts 2 to 4, both inclusive, on a plan known as Ivanhoe Lake Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on November 23, 2004, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 182/05, s. 3.

SCHEDULE 119

Barron River Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 120

Bissett Creek Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 121

That part of Bon Echo Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Anglesea and Effingham, in the municipal Township of Addington Highlands, County of Lennox and Addington, and in the geographic township of Barrie, in the municipal Township of North Frontenac, in the County of Frontenac, containing 1,702 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said geographic townships designated as Parts 3 to 7, both inclusive, on a plan known as Bon Echo Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class) filed on August 27, 2004, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 122

Chiniguchi Waterway Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 123

Grant’s Creek Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 124

Groundhog River Waterway Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 125

Killarney Lakelands and Headwaters Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 126

That part of Killarney Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Hansen, Goschen, Sale, Carlyle, Killarney and Rutherford, now in the Municipality of Killarney, and in the geographic Townships of Roosevelt and Curtin, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, containing 1,275 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said geographic townships designated as Parts 3 and 4, on a plan known as Killarney Provincial Park (Wilderness Class), filed on December 29, 2005, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 127

That part of Mattawa River Provincial Park in the geographic Township of Widdifield, now in the City of North Bay, and in the geographic Township of Papineau, now in the municipal Township of Papineau-Cameron, and in the geographic Township of Ferris, now in the municipal Township of East Ferris, and in the municipal and geographic Townships of Bonfield, Calvin and Mattawan, and in the geographic Townships of Phelps and Olrig, District of Nipissing, containing 10,924 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said geographic townships designated as Parts 1, 3 to 18, both inclusive, 20, 23 to 25, both inclusive, and 27, on a plan known as Mattawa River Provincial Park (Waterway Class), filed on December 29, 2005, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 128

River Aux Sables Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 129

Rushbrook Provincial Park.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 130

That part of White Lake Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Brothers and Laberge, and unsurveyed territory, in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay, containing 2,368 hectares, more or less, being composed of that part of the said geographic townships and unsurveyed territory designated as Part 1 on a plan known as White Lake Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on December 29, 2005, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 131

That part of Lake of the Woods Provincial Park in unsurveyed territory, in the Territorial District of Kenora and in unsurveyed territory, in the municipal Township of Lake of the Woods, in the Territorial District of Rainy River containing 9,086 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said unsurveyed territory, designated as Parts 1 and 11 to 18, both inclusive, on a plan known as Lake of the Woods Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class) filed on February 17, 2005, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 334/06, s. 1 (3).

SCHEDULE 132

Beekahncheekahmeeng Deebahncheekayweehn Eenahohnahnuhn.

O. Reg. 126/11, s. 1.

SCHEDULE 133

Kahnahmaykoosayseekahk.

O. Reg. 126/11, s. 1.

SCHEDULE 134

Pahngwahshahshk Ohweemushkeeg.

O. Reg. 126/11, s. 1.

SCHEDULE 135

Sahkeesuhkuh Weesuhkaheegahn.

O. Reg. 126/11, s. 1.

SCHEDULE 136

Weeskayjahk Ohtahzhoganeeng.

O. Reg. 126/11, s. 1.

Schedule 137

That portion of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Mnidoo Mnising Provincial Park in the geographic Townships of Robinson and Dawson, in the Territorial District of Manitoulin, containing 6,530 hectares, more or less, being composed of that part of the geographic townships designated as Parts 1 to 3, both inclusive, on a plan known as Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Mnidoo Mnising Provincial Park (Natural Environment Class), filed on August 12, 2013 with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 47/14, s. 2.

Schedule 138

Those portions of Woodland Caribou Provincial Park in the geographic Township of Ball and in unsurveyed territory, in the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, containing 13,659 hectares, more or less, designated as Parts 2 and 3, both inclusive, on a plan known as Woodland Caribou Provincial Park (Wilderness Class), filed on March 5, 2014, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

O. Reg. 123/14, s. 1.

PART 4
LANDS WHERE HUNTING AND TRAPPING OF FURBEARING MAMMALS PERMITTED

4. The lands set out in the Schedules are those lands on which the hunting and trapping of furbearing mammals are permitted under Ontario Regulations 665/98 and 667/98 respectively during the open seasons specified in Ontario Regulation 670/98.  O. Reg. 31/01, s. 1.

Schedule 1

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of the most northerly east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company with the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec;

Thence in a westerly direction following the centre line of the most northerly east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company and the centre line of the forest access road constructed on the site of what was formerly part of the most northerly east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company and continuing along the centre line of the most northerly east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company to the intersection with the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Manitoba;

Thence in a northerly and northeasterly direction following that boundary to the water’s edge of Hudson Bay;

Thence in a general southeasterly direction following that water’s edge and the water’s edge of James Bay to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec;

Thence southerly along that boundary to the place of beginning. 

O. Reg. 31/01, s. 1.

Schedule 2

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of the right-of-way of the most northerly east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company with the northerly production of the centre line of the right-of-way of the Algoma Central Railway;

Thence in a westerly direction following the centre line of the most northerly east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company and the centre line of the forest access road constructed on the site of what was formerly part of the most northerly east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company and continuing along the centre line of the northerly east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company to the intersection with the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Manitoba;

Thence southerly along that interprovincial boundary to the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America;

Thence in a southeasterly, northeasterly and southeasterly direction along that international boundary to intersect longitude 85° 30';

Thence in a northeasterly direction to the centre line of the right-of-way of the Algoma Central Railway in the Dispersed Rural Community of Michipicoten;

Thence in a northeasterly direction along the said centre line and its northerly production to the place of beginning. 

O. Reg. 31/01, s. 1.

Schedule 3

All those lands in the territorial districts of Algoma, Cochrane, Sudbury and Timiskaming described as follows:

1. Beginning at the intersection of the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec with the centre line of the right-of-way of the most northerly east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company;

Thence in a southerly direction along the said interprovincial boundary to the southeast corner of the Township of Casey;

Thence westerly along the south boundary of the townships of Casey, Harley and Kerns to the intersection with the centre line of the King’s Highway known as No. 65;

Thence in a northerly, westerly and northwesterly direction along the said centre line to the intersection with the centre line of the King’s Highway known as Secondary Highway No. 560;

Thence in a general southwesterly and westerly direction along the said centre line to the intersection with the centre line of the right of way of the Ontario Hydro Services Company power transmission line in the geographic Township of Tyrell;

Thence in a general southeasterly direction along the centre line of the said right of way to the intersection with the south boundary of the geographic Township of Cotton;

Thence westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of Cotton, McNamara, Frechette, Scotia, Onaping, Dublin, Battersby and Breadner to the intersection with the centre line of the right-of-way of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction along the said centre line to the intersection with the eastern boundary of the geographic Township of Chapleau;

Thence in a southerly and westerly direction along the eastern and southern boundaries of the said township to the intersection with the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as Highway 101;

Thence in a northwesterly and westerly direction following the said centre line to the intersection with the main channel of the Michipicoten River;

Thence in a southwesterly and westerly direction along the centre line of the main channel of the Michipicoten River to the intersection with the water’s edge of Michipicoten Bay;

Thence northerly and westerly along said water’s edge to the intersection with the centre line of the right-of-way of the Algoma Central Railway in the Dispersed Rural Community of Michipicoten;

Thence in a northeasterly direction following the said centre line and its northerly projections to the intersection with the centre line of the right-of-way of the most northerly east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company;

Thence in an easterly and southeasterly direction following the said centre line to the place of beginning.

2. Beginning at the southeast corner of the Township of Casey being a point on the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec;

Thence in a southerly and southeasterly direction along the said interprovincial boundary to the confluence with the Mattawa and Ottawa Rivers;

Thence in a general westerly direction following the centre line of the main channel of the Mattawa River and its expansions to the easterly production of the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of West Ferris;

Thence in a westerly direction following the said easterly production and the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of West Ferris and its westerly production to the easterly shore of Lake Nipissing;

Thence in a southerly direction along that easterly shore to the intersection with the westerly production of the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of West Ferris;

Thence westerly across Lake Nipissing in a straight line to a point in the middle of the main channel of the French River south of and off the easterly end of Blueberry Island;

Thence southwesterly along the centre lines of the main channel of the French River and that channel of the French River to the north of Okikendawt Island and along that channel of the French River that lies adjacent to the south boundaries of the geographic townships of Scollard, Mason, Bigwood, Allen and Struthers to the southerly production of the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Travers;

Thence northerly along that production to the water’s edge of that channel;

Thence southwesterly, westerly and southwesterly following the water’s edge of that channel to the southerly production of the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Humboldt;

Thence southerly astronomically 64.374 kilometres;

Thence west astronomically to the international boundary between Canada and the United States;

Thence in a northwesterly direction following that international boundary to intersect longitude 85° 30';

Thence in a northeasterly direction to the centre line of the right-of-way of the Algoma Central Railway in the Dispersed Rural Community of Michipicoten;

Thence easterly and southerly following the shoreline of Michipicoten Bay to the intersection with the centre line of the Michipicoten River;

Thence in a southerly and easterly direction following the said centre line to the intersection with the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as Highway 101;

Thence in an easterly and southeasterly direction along the said centre line to the intersection with the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Chapleau;

Thence easterly and northerly along the southern and eastern boundary of the geographic Township of Chapleau to the intersection with the centre line of the right-of-way of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company;

Thence in a generally southeasterly direction along the said centre line of the right of way to the intersection with the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Breadner;

Thence easterly along the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of Breadner, Battersby, Dublin, Onaping, Scotia, Frechette, McNamara and Cotton to the intersection with the centre line of the right of way of the Ontario Hydro Services Company power transmission line;

Thence in a general northwesterly direction along the centre line of the said right of way to the intersection with the centre line of the King’s Highway known as Secondary Highway No. 560 in the geographic Township of Tyrell;

Thence easterly and southerly along the said centre line to the intersection with the centre line of the King’s Highway known as No. 65;

Thence southeasterly, easterly and southerly along the said centre line to the intersection with the southerly boundary of the Township of Kerns;

Thence easterly along the southerly boundary of the townships of Kerns, Harley and Casey to the place of beginning.

O. Reg. 31/01, s. 1.

Schedule 4

All those parts of the Province of Ontario described as follows:

1. Beginning at the confluence of the Mattawa and Ottawa rivers at the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec;

Thence in a general westerly direction following the centre of the main channel of the Mattawa River and its expansions to the easterly production of the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of West Ferris;

Thence in a westerly direction following that easterly production and the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of West Ferris and its westerly production to the easterly shore of Lake Nipissing;

Thence in a southerly direction along that easterly shore to the intersection with the westerly production of the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of West Ferris;

Thence westerly across Lake Nipissing in a straight line to a point in the middle of the main channel of the French River south of and off the easterly end of Blueberry Island;

Thence southwesterly along the centre lines of the main channel of the French River and that channel of the French River to the north of Okikendawt Island and along that channel of the French River that lies adjacent to south boundaries of the geographic townships of Scollard, Mason, Bigwood, Allen and Struthers to the southerly production of the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Travers;

Thence northerly along that production to the water’s edge of the last-mentioned channel;

Thence southwesterly, westerly and southwesterly following the water’s edge of that channel to the southerly production of the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Humboldt;

Thence south astronomically 64.374 kilometres;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of longitude 80° 30' with latitude 45° 00';

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the most northerly extremity of Giant Tomb Island;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the most northerly extremity of Mennicognashene Island;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to the northwesterly corner of that part of the Township of Georgian Bay that was formerly the geographic Township of Baxter;

Thence in a southerly and northeasterly direction along the westerly and southerly boundary of that part of the Township of Georgian Bay that was formerly the geographic Township of Baxter to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 400;

Thence southerly along that centre line to the centre line of Gloucester Pool;

Thence in a northeasterly and southeasterly direction along the centre line of Gloucester Pool, the Severn River, Sparrow Lake and the Severn River to the centre line of the right of way of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 11;

Thence southerly along that centre line to the centre line of County Road No. 169;

Thence southerly along that centre line to the centre line of County Road No. 45;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of County Road No. 503;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 121;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 28;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 41;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 132;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 17;

Thence southeasterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 29;

Thence north astronomically to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec;

Thence northwesterly along that boundary to the place of beginning.

Together with all the islands lying opposite to the westerly boundary of that part of the Township of Georgian Bay that was formerly the geographic Township of Baxter, in The District Municipality of Muskoka.

2. Beginning at an angle between Cockburn Island and Drummond Island in the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America;

Thence in a southeasterly direction along that boundary to a line drawn west astronomically from a point distant 64.374 kilometres measured south astronomically from the southeasterly corner of the geographic Township of Humboldt;

Thence west astronomically to that point;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of longitude 80° 30' with latitude 45° 00'

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the most northerly extremity of Giant Tomb Island;

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the most northerly extremity of Mennicognashene Island;

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to the northwesterly corner of that part of the Township of Georgian Bay that was formerly the geographic Township of Baxter;

Thence in a southerly and northeasterly direction along the westerly and southerly boundary of that part of the Township of Georgian Bay that was formerly the geographic Township of Baxter to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 400;

Thence southerly along that centre line to the centre line of Gloucester Pool;

Thence in a northeasterly and southeasterly direction along the centre line of Gloucester Pool, the Severn River, Sparrow Lake and the Severn River to the centre line of the right of way of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 11;

Thence southerly along that centre line to the centre line of County Road No. 169;

Thence southerly along that centre line to the centre line of County Road No. 45;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 503;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 121;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 28;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 41;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 132;

Thence easterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 17;

Thence southeasterly along that centre line to the centre line of that part of the King’s Highway known as No. 29;

Thence north astronomically to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec;

Thence in a southeasterly direction along that boundary to the intersection with the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America;

Thence in a general westerly and northerly direction along that boundary to the place of beginning.

Excluding all the islands lying opposite to the westerly boundary of that part of the Township of Georgian Bay that was formerly the geographic Township of Baxter, in The District Municipality of Muskoka.

O. Reg. 31/01, s. 1.

PART 5
SPECIAL HUNTING AREAS

5. The lands referred to or set out in the Schedules to this Part are the Special Hunting Areas prescribed for the purposes of Part XVI of Ontario Regulation 665/98.  O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 1
AYLMER HUNTING AREA

The lands described in the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 29/81, as that schedule read on December 31, 1990.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 2
AYLMER LAGOON HUNTING AREA

The lands described in the Schedule to Regulation 402 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as that schedule read on December 31, 1990.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 3
BEAVER MEADOW HUNTING AREA

The lands described in the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 477/85, as that schedule read on December 31, 1990.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 4
CALTON SWAMP HUNTING AREA

The lands described in the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 30/81, as that schedule read on December 31, 1990.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 5
CAMDEN LAKE HUNTING AREA

The lands described in the Schedule to Regulation 407 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as that schedule read on December 31, 1990.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 6
FINGAL HUNTING AREA

The lands described in the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 28/81, as that schedule read on December 31, 1990.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 7
HULLETT HUNTING AREA

The lands described in Schedules 1 and 2 to Ontario Regulation 628/82, as those schedules read on December 31, 1990.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 8
LAKE ST. LAWRENCE HUNTING AREA

The lands described in the Schedule to Regulation 423 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as that schedule read on December 31, 1990.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 9
LAROSE FOREST HUNTING AREA

The lands described in Schedules 1, 2 and 3 to Ontario Regulation 574/98, as those schedules read December 31, 1998.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 10
LONG POINT NATIONAL WILDLIFE AREA

The lands described in Schedule 1 to Regulation 499 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as that schedule read on December 31, 1998.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 11
NAVY ISLAND HUNTING AREA

The lands described in the Schedule to Regulation 508 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as that schedule read on December 31, 1998.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

Schedule 12
STAG ISLAND HUNTING AREA

All that parcel of land in the geographic Township of Moore, in the Municipal Township of St. Clair, in the County of Lambton and Province of Ontario, containing 1.544 hectares, more or less, being that part of Location CL10179, composed of that part of the bed of the St. Clair River lying south of Stag Island in the said geographic township, designated as Part 2 on a plan and field notes deposited in the Land Registry Office at Sarnia as Plan 25R-7752.

O. Reg. 427/03, s. 1.

PART 6
WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNITS

6. (1) Ontario is divided into the wildlife management units described in Schedule 1.  O. Reg. 32/06, s. 1.

(2) Column 1 of Schedule 1 gives the number by which each wildlife management unit (WMU) is designated; Column 2 lists the geographic areas, as described in the regulations made under the Territorial Division Act, 2002, in which the corresponding wildlife management units designated in Column 1 are situated in whole or in part; and Column 3 provides the date of the plans showing the area of the wildlife management units that are filed in the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.  O. Reg. 32/06, s. 1.

Schedule 1

 

Column 1

WMU

Column 2

General Location

Column 3

Date of Plan

1A

Kenora

March 31, 2005

1B

Kenora

March 31, 2005

1C

Kenora

March 31, 2005

1D

Kenora

March 31, 2005

2

Kenora

March 31, 2005

3

Kenora

March 31, 2005

4

Kenora

March 31, 2005

5

Kenora

March 31, 2005

6

Kenora

March 31, 2005

7A

Kenora

March 31, 2005

7B

Kenora, Rainy River

March 31, 2005

8

Kenora

March 31, 2005

9A

Kenora, Rainy River

March 31, 2005

9B

Kenora, Rainy River

March 31, 2005

10

Kenora, Rainy River

March 31, 2005

11A

Rainy River

March 31, 2005

11B

Rainy River, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

11C

Rainy River, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

12A

Kenora, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

12B

Kenora, Rainy River, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

13

Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

14

Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

15A

Kenora, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

15B

Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

16A

Kenora

March 31, 2005

16B

Kenora, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

16C

Kenora, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

17

Cochrane, Kenora, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

18A

Cochrane, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

18B

Cochrane

March 31, 2005

19

Cochrane, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

20

Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

21A

Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

21B

Algoma, Cochrane, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

22

Algoma, Cochrane

March 31, 2005

23

Algoma, Cochrane

March 31, 2005

24

Cochrane

March 31, 2005

25

Cochrane, Kenora

March 31, 2005

26

Cochrane

March 31, 2005

27

Cochrane

March 31, 2005

28

Cochrane, Timiskaming

March 31, 2005

29

Cochrane, Sudbury, Timiskaming

March 31, 2005

30

Algoma, Cochrane, Sudbury, Timiskaming

March 31, 2005

31

Algoma, Cochrane, Sudbury, Timiskaming

March 31, 2005

32

Algoma, Sudbury

March 31, 2005

33

Algoma, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

34

Algoma, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

35

Algoma, Sudbury

March 31, 2005

36

Algoma, Thunder Bay

March 31, 2005

37

Algoma, Manitoulin, Sudbury

March 31, 2005

38

Algoma, Sudbury

March 31, 2005

39

Sudbury

March 31, 2005

40

Nipissing, Sudbury, Timiskaming

March 31, 2005

41

Nipissing, Sudbury

March 31, 2005

42

Algoma, Manitoulin, Nipissing, Sudbury

March 31, 2005

43A

Manitoulin

March 31, 2005

43B

Manitoulin, Sudbury

March 31, 2005

44

Manitoulin

March 31, 2005

45

Algoma

March 31, 2005

46

Muskoka, Parry Sound, Sudbury

March 31, 2005

47

Parry Sound, Sudbury

March 31, 2005

48

Nipissing, Parry Sound, Renfrew

March 31, 2005

49

Muskoka, Parry Sound

March 31, 2005

50

Haliburton, Muskoka, Nipissing, Parry Sound

March 31, 2005

51

Haliburton, Nipissing, Parry Sound

March 31, 2005

53A

Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes, Muskoka, Parry Sound

March 31, 2005

53B

Muskoka

March 31, 2005

54

Haliburton, Muskoka

March 31, 2005

55A

Nipissing, Renfrew

March 31, 2005

55B

Renfrew

March 31, 2005

56

Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes, Muskoka, Peterborough

March 31, 2005

57

Haliburton, Hastings, Renfrew

March 31, 2005

58

Lennox & Addington; Renfrew

March 31, 2005

59

Lanark, Ottawa, Renfrew

March 31, 2005

60

Haliburton, Hastings, Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough

March 31, 2005

61

Frontenac; Hastings; Lennox & Addington; Renfrew

March 31, 2005

62

Frontenac; Hastings; Lennox & Addington

March 31, 2005

63A

Frontenac; Lanark; Lennox & Addington; Ottawa; Renfrew

March 31, 2005

63B

Lanark

March 31, 2005

64A

Lanark, Ottawa

March 31, 2005

64B

Ottawa, Renfrew

March 31, 2005

65

Ottawa; Prescott & Russell; Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry

March 31, 2005

66A

Lanark; Leeds & Grenville

March 31, 2005

66B

Leeds & Grenville

March 31, 2005

67

Frontenac; Lanark; Leeds & Grenville

March 31, 2005

68A

Hastings

March 31, 2005

68B

Frontenac; Hastings; Lennox & Addington; Northumberland;

March 31, 2005

69A-1

Hastings; Lennox & Addington

March 31, 2005

69A-2

Lennox & Addington; Frontenac

March 31, 2005

69A-3

Frontenac; Lennox & Addington

March 31, 2005

69B

Leeds & Grenville

March 31, 2005

70

Prince Edward

March 31, 2005

71

Hastings, Northumberland

March 31, 2005

72A

Durham, Northumberland

March 31, 2005

72B

Durham

March 31, 2005

73

Durham, Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland, Peterborough

March 31, 2005

74A

Peterborough

March 31, 2005

74B

Northumberland, Peterborough

March 31, 2005

75

Kawartha Lakes

March 31, 2005

76A

Simcoe

March 31, 2005

76B

Simcoe

March 31, 2005

76C

Simcoe

March 31, 2005

76D

Simcoe

March 31, 2005

76E

Simcoe

March 31, 2005

77A

Simcoe

March 31, 2005

77B

Dufferin, Simcoe

March 31, 2005

77C

Simcoe

March 31, 2005

78A

Durham

March 31, 2005

78B

York

March 31, 2005

78C

York

March 31, 2005

78D

Peel

March 31, 2005

78E

Durham, Peel, York, Toronto

March 31, 2005

79C

Halton

March 31, 2005

79D

Halton, Hamilton

March 31, 2005

80

Dufferin, Waterloo, Wellington

March 31, 2005

81A

Dufferin

March 31, 2005

81B

Dufferin, Simcoe

March 31, 2005

82A

Bruce, Grey, Wellington

March 31, 2005

82B

Grey

March 31, 2005

82C

Grey

March 31, 2005

83A

Bruce

March 31, 2005

83B

Grey

March 31, 2005

83C

Bruce

March 31, 2005

84

Bruce, Grey

March 31, 2005

85A

Bruce, Huron

March 31, 2005

85B

Huron, Wellington

March 31, 2005

85C

Huron

March 31, 2005

86A

Perth, Wellington

March 31, 2005

86B

Perth

March 31, 2005

87A

Waterloo

March 31, 2005

87B

Brant, Waterloo

March 31, 2005

87C

Wellington

March 31, 2005

87D

Hamilton

March 31, 2005

87E

Brant, Hamilton

March 31, 2005

88

Hamilton, Niagara

March 31, 2005

89A

Niagara

March 31, 2005

89B

Haldimand, Niagara

March 31, 2005

90A

Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk

March 31, 2005

90B

Brant, Elgin, Norfolk, Oxford

March 31, 2005

91A

Middlesex, Oxford

March 31, 2005

91B

Oxford

March 31, 2005

92A

Middlesex

March 31, 2005

92B

Elgin, Middlesex

March 31, 2005

92C

Elgin, Middlesex

March 31, 2005

92D

Elgin, Middlesex, Norfolk, Oxford

March 31, 2005

93A

Chatham-Kent, Lambton

March 31, 2005

93B

Chatham-Kent

March 31, 2005

93C

Lambton

March 31, 2005

94A

Chatham-Kent, Essex

March 31, 2005

94B

Essex

March 31, 2005

95

Essex

March 31, 2005

O. Reg. 32/06, s. 1.

PART 7
Areas South of the French and Mattawa Rivers where Sunday Gun Hunting is Permitted

7. The municipalities referred to in Schedule 1 are the areas south of the French and Mattawa rivers where it is permitted to hunt with a gun on Sundays under Ontario Regulation 665/98 (Hunting) made under the Act.  O. Reg. 24/06, s. 1.

SCHEDULE 1

 

Municipality

Geographic Area

Addington Highlands , Township of

Lennox and Addington

Algonquin Highlands , Township of

Haliburton

Alnwick/Haldimand, Township of

Northumberland

Amherstburg, Town of

Essex

Armour, Township of

Parry Sound

Arran-Elderslie, Municipality of

Bruce

Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh, Township of

Huron

Asphodel-Norwood, Township of

Peterborough

Athens, Township of

Leeds and Grenville

Augusta, Township of

Leeds and Grenville

Ballantyne, Boulter, Boyd, Lauder, Paxton, Geographic Townships of

Nipissing

Bancroft, Town of

Hastings

Bayham, Municipality of

Elgin

Beckwith, Township of

Lanark

Belleville, City of

Hastings

Blair, Brown, East Mills, Hardy, Henvy, Laurier, Lount, McConkey, Mowat, Patterson, Pringle, Wallbridge, Wilson, Geographic Townships of

Parry Sound

Blandford-Blenheim, Township of

Oxford

Bluewater, Municipality of

Huron

Bonfield, Township of

Nipissing

Bracebridge, Town of

Muskoka

Brant, County of

Brant

Brock, Township of

Durham

Brockton, Municipality of

Bruce

Brooke-Alvinston, Municipality of

Lambton

Callander, Municipality of

Parry Sound

Calvin, Township of

Nipissing

Carlow/Mayo, Township of

Hastings

Cavan-Millbrook-North Monaghan, Township of

Peterborough

Central Elgin, Municipality of

Elgin

Central Frontenac, Township of

Frontenac

Central Huron, Municipality of

Huron

Centre Hastings, Municipality of

Hastings

Chatham-Kent, Municipality of

Chatham-Kent

Chisholm, Township of

Nipissing

Clearview, Township of

Simcoe

Cramahe, Township of

Northumberland

Dawn-Euphemia, Township of

Lambton

Douro-Dummer, Township of

Peterborough

Drummond/North Elmsley, Township of

Lanark

Dutton-Dunwich, Municipality of

Elgin

Dysart, Dudley, Harcourt, Guilford, Harburn, Bruton, Havelock, Eyre and Clyde, United Townships of

Haliburton

East Ferris, Township of

Nipissing

Edwardsburgh/Cardinal, Township of

Leeds and Grenville

Elizabethtown-Kitley, Township of

Leeds and Grenville

Enniskillen, Township of

Lambton

Essa, Township of

Simcoe

Essex, Town of

Essex

Faraday, Township of

Hastings

Fort Erie, Town of

Niagara

Front of Yonge, Township of

Leeds and Grenville

Galway-Cavendish and Harvey, Township of

Peterborough

Georgian Bluffs, Township of

Grey

Georgina, Town of

York

Gravenhurst, Town of

Muskoka

Greater Napanee, Town of

Lennox and Addington

Grimsby, Town of

Niagara

Hastings Highlands , Municipality of

Hastings

Harrison, Geographic Township of, except that part in The Archipelago, Township of

Parry Sound

Havelock-Belmont-Methuen, Township of

Peterborough

Highlands East, Municipality of

Haliburton

Howick, Township of 

Huron

Huntsville, Town of

Muskoka

Huron East, Municipality of

Huron

Huron Kinloss, Township of

Bruce

Joly, Township of

Parry Sound

Kawartha Lakes, City of

Kawartha Lakes

Kearney, Town of

Parry Sound

Killarney, Municipality of

Sudbury

Kincardine, Municipality of

Bruce

Kingston, City of 

Frontenac

Kingsville, Town of

Essex

Lake of Bays, Township of

Muskoka

Lakeshore, Town of

Essex

Lanark Highlands , Township of

Lanark

Leamington, Municipality of

Essex

Leeds and the Thousand Islands, Township of

Leeds and Grenville

Limerick, Township of

Hastings

Lincoln, Town of

Niagara

Loyalist, Township of

Lennox and Addington

Lucan Biddulph, Township of

Middlesex

Machar, Township of

Parry Sound

Madoc, Township of

Hastings

Magnetawan, Municipality of

Parry Sound

Malahide, Township of

Elgin

Marmora and Lake, Municipality of

Hastings

McKellar, Township of

Parry Sound

McMurrich/Monteith, Township of

Parry Sound

Meaford, Municipality of

Grey

Merrickville-Wolford, Village of

Leeds and Grenville

Minden Hills, Township of

Haliburton

Mississippi Mills, Town of

Lanark

Montague, Township of

Lanark

Morris-Turnberry, Municipality of

Huron

Muskoka Lakes, Township of

Muskoka

Newbury, Village of

Middlesex

Niagara Falls, Municipality of

Niagara

Nipissing, Township of

Parry Sound

Norfolk County

Norfolk

North Dumfries, Township of

Waterloo

North Dundas, Township of

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry

North Frontenac, Township of

Frontenac

North Glengarry, Township of

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry

North Grenville, Municipality of

Leeds and Grenville

North Huron, Township of

Huron

North Kawartha, Township of

Peterborough

North Middlesex, Municipality of

Middlesex

North Perth, Municipality of

Perth

North Stormont, Township of

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry

Northern Bruce Peninsula, Municipality of

Bruce

Norwich, Township of

Oxford

Otonabee-South Monaghan, Township of

Peterborough

Ottawa, City of

Ottawa

Papineau-Cameron, Township of

Nipissing

Pelee, Township of

Essex

Perry, Township of

Parry Sound

Port Colborne, City of

Niagara

Port Hope, Municipality of

Northumberland

Powassan, Municipality of

Parry Sound

Prescott and Russell, United Counties of

Prescott and Russell

Prince Edward, County of

Prince Edward

Quinte West, City of

Hastings

Ramara, Township of

Simcoe

Renfrew, County of

Renfrew

Rideau Lakes, Township of

Leeds and Grenville

Ryerson, Township of

Parry Sound

Saugeen Shores, Town of

Bruce

Severn, Township of

Simcoe

Shawanaga, Geographic Township of, except that part in The Archipelago, Township of

Parry Sound

Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield, Township of

Peterborough

South Algonquin, Township of

Nipissing

South Bruce Peninsula, Town of

Bruce

South Dundas, Township of

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry

South Frontenac, Township of

Frontenac

South Glengarry, Township of

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry

South Huron, Municipality of

Huron

South Stormont, Township of

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry

Southgate, Township of

Grey

South-West Oxford, Township of

Oxford

St. Clair, Township of

Lambton

Stirling-Rawdon, Township of

Hastings

Stone Mills, Township of

Lennox and Addington

Strong, Township of

Parry Sound

Tay, Township of

Simcoe

Tay Valley, Township of

Lanark

Tecumseh, Town of

Essex

Thames Centre, Municipality of

Middlesex

The Archipelago, Township of

Parry Sound

Trent Hills, Municipality of

Northumberland

Tudor and Cashel, Township of

Hastings

Tweed, Municipality of

Hastings

Tyendinaga, Township of

Hastings

Wainfleet, Township of

Niagara

West Elgin, Municipality of

Elgin

Whitby, Town of

Durham

Whitchurch-Stouffville, Town of

York

Whitestone, Municipality of

Parry Sound

Wilmot, Municipality of

Waterloo

Wollaston, Township of

Hastings

O. Reg. 24/06, s. 1; O. Reg. 393/06, s. 1; O. Reg. 80/07, s. 1; O. Reg. 357/07, s. 1; O. Reg. 280/08, s. 1; O. Reg. 72/09, s. 1; O. Reg. 282/09, s. 1; O. Reg. 124/10, s. 1; O. Reg. 329/10, s. 1; O. Reg. 63/11, s. 1; O. Reg. 401/11; O. Reg. 39/12, s. 1; O. Reg. 237/12, s. 1; O. Reg. 232/13, s. 1; O. Reg. 67/14, s. 1.

Note: On September 1, 2014, Schedule 1 is amended by adding the following: (See: O. Reg. 160/14, ss. 1, 2)

Adelaide Metcalfe, Township of

Middlesex

. . . . .

Middlesex Centre, Municipality of

Middlesex

. . . . .

Strathroy-Caradoc, Municipality of

Middlesex

. . . . .

Warwick, Township of

Lambton

Part 8
areas where Possession, Discharge and Use of Firearm prohibitions apply

8. (1) A reference in this Part to a geographic area is a reference to a geographic area within the meaning of Ontario Regulation 180/03 (Division of Ontario into Geographic Areas) made under the Territorial Division Act, 2002.  O. Reg. 53/10, s. 1.

(2) The geographic areas in Schedules 1 and 2 are parts of Ontario for the purpose of clause 17 (1) (d) of the Act, as described in section 63 of Ontario Regulation 665/98 (Hunting) made under the Act.  O. Reg. 53/10, s. 1.

(3) The geographic areas in Schedules 1 and 2 are prescribed as areas for the purpose of section 65 of Ontario Regulation 665/98 (Hunting) made under the Act, restricting the use and possession of a firearm for the purpose of hunting.  O. Reg. 53/10, s. 1.

(4) The areas in Schedule 3 are prescribed as areas for the purpose of section 64 of Ontario Regulation 665/98 (Hunting) made under the Act, prohibiting the possession of a firearm, unless the firearm is unloaded and encased, and the use of a firearm for the purpose of hunting.  O. Reg. 53/10, s. 1.

(5) The geographic areas referred to in Schedule 4 are prescribed as areas for the purpose of section 78 of Ontario Regulation 665/98 (Hunting) made under the Act, prohibiting the holder of a small game licence from carrying or using specified firearms.  O. Reg. 53/10, s. 1.

Schedule 1

 

Geographic Area

Exclusions from Geographic Area

Brant

 

Bruce

 

Chatham-Kent

 

Dufferin

 

Durham

 

Elgin

 

Essex

single-tier municipality of Pelee

Frontenac

lower-tier municipalities of Central Frontenac and North Frontenac

Grey

 

Haldimand

 

Halton

 

Hamilton

 

Hastings

lower-tier municipalities of Bancroft, Carlow/Mayo, Deseronto, Faraday, Hastings Highlands, Limerick, Madoc, Marmora and Lake, Tudor and Cashel and Wollaston

Huron

 

Kawartha Lakes

Lambton

 

Lanark

 

Leeds and Grenville

 

Lennox and Addington

lower-tier municipality of Addington Highlands

Middlesex

 

Niagara

 

Norfolk

 

Northumberland

 

Ottawa

 

Oxford

 

Peel

 

Perth

 

Peterborough

lower-tier municipalities of Galway-Cavendish-Harvey and North Kawartha

Prescott and Russell

 

Prince Edward

 

Simcoe

 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry

 

Toronto

 

Waterloo

 

Wellington

 

York

 

O. Reg. 53/10, s. 1.

Schedule 2

 

Item

Geographic Area

Exclusions from Geographic Area

1.

Frontenac

All except lower-tier municipalities of Central Frontenac and North Frontenac

2.

Haliburton

 

3.

Hastings

All except lower-tier municipalities of Bancroft, Carlow/Mayo, Deseronto, Faraday, Hastings Highlands, Limerick, Madoc, Marmora and Lake, Tudor and Cashel and Wollaston

4.

Kenora

All except the single-tier municipality of Kenora and the geographic townships of Boys, Ewart, Forgie, Gidley, Glass, Gundy, Kirkup and Pellatt and the unorganized area south and east of the geographic township of Boys, south of the geographic township of Pellatt and west of the single-tier municipality of Kenora to the shore of Lake of the Woods

5.

Lennox and Addington

All except lower-tier municipality of Addington Highlands

6.

Muskoka

 

7.

Peterborough

All except lower-tier municipalities of Galway-Cavendish-Harvey and North Kawartha

8.

Rainy River

All except the single-tier municipalities of Alberton, Chapple, Dawson, Emo, Fort Frances, La Vallee, Morley and Rainy River and the geographic townships of Dance (excluding Lyons Bay Road and Lost Creek Road), Kingsford (excluding Fleming Road), McCrosson, Miscampbell (excluding Boffin Road), Morson, Pratt, Nelles, Tovell, Spohn and Sutherland

9.

Renfrew

 

O. Reg. 50/11, s. 2.

schedule 3

1. The land known immediately before December 1, 1987 as Cyprus Lake Provincial Park or Fathom Five Provincial Park.

2. All that portion of the waters and the bed of Lake St. Clair lying in front of the lower-tier municipalities of Lakeshore and Tecumseh, in the upper-tier municipality of Essex and the Province of Ontario described as follows:

Starting at a point in the water’s edge of Lake St. Clair at the intersection of the line between lots 149 and 150, Concession 1 as shown on a plan of the geographic township of Sandwich; thence northerly along the production of that lot line to the intersection with a line drawn parallel to and distant 200 metres perpendicularly from the water’s edge of Lake St. Clair; thence easterly along that parallel line to its intersection with a line drawn north astronomic from the intersection of the westerly water’s edge of Duck Creek with the water’s edge of Lake St. Clair; thence south astronomic to the said intersection of the water’s edge of Duck Creek with the water’s edge of Lake St. Clair; thence westerly along the water’s edge to the starting point.

3. All that portion of the waters and the bed of the Ottawa River lying in front of the single-tier municipality of Pembroke, in the upper-tier municipality of Renfrew and the province of Ontario, more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at a point in the water’s edge of the Ottawa River at the intersection of the westerly boundary of the City of Pembroke; thence northeasterly along the production of that boundary to the intersection with a line drawn parallel to and distant 400 metres perpendicularly from the water’s edge of the Ottawa River; thence southwesterly along that parallel line to its intersection with the production northwesterly of the easterly boundary of the City of Pembroke; thence southwesterly along that boundary to the intersection with the water’s edge of the Ottawa River; thence northwesterly along the water’s edge to the point of commencement.

O. Reg. 53/10, s. 1.

schedule 4

 

Geographic Area

Brant

Chatham-Kent

Durham

Elgin

Essex

Haldimand

Halton

Hamilton

Huron

Lambton

Middlesex

Niagara

Norfolk

Northumberland

Oxford

Peel

Perth

Toronto

Waterloo

Wellington

York

O. Reg. 53/10, s. 1.

part 9
areas wHere bullfrogs may not be hunted

9. (1) A reference in this Part to a geographic area is a reference to a geographic area within the meaning of Ontario Regulation 180/03 (Division of Ontario into Geographic Areas) made under the Territorial Division Act, 2002.  O. Reg. 53/10, s. 1.

(2) The geographic areas referred to in Schedule 1 are prescribed as areas for the purpose of section 38 of Ontario Regulation 665/98 (Hunting) made under the Act, prohibiting the hunting of bullfrogs.  O. Reg. 53/10, s. 1.

schedule 1

 

Geographic Area

Exclusions from Geographic Area

Frontenac

 

Hastings

lower-tier municipalities of Bancroft, Carlow/Mayo, Faraday, Hastings Highlands, Limerick and Wollaston

Kawartha Lakes

 

Lanark

 

Leeds and Grenville

 

Lennox and Addington

 

Northumberland

 

Ottawa

 

Peterborough

 

Prescott and Russell

 

Prince Edward

 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry

 

O. Reg. 53/10, s. 1.