O.C. 436/2009

September 14, 2009


            The Lieutenant Governor in Council

            (a)        designates the lands described in the attached Appendix as a provincial park to be known as Rock Lake Provincial Park;

            (b)        rescinds Order in Council numbered O.C. 606/2006.

 

For Information only

Recommended by:            Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation

Authority:                             Provincial Parks Act
                                                (section 6)


APPENDIX

Provincial Parks Act

ROCK LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK ORDER

 

The lands described in the Schedule of Lands are designated as a provincial park to be known as Rock Lake Provincial Park.

 

SCHEDULE OF LANDS

ROCK LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK

 

All those parcels or tracts of land, situate, lying, and being in the fifty-second (52) township, in the second (2) range, west of the sixth (6) meridian, in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:

 

The north west quarter and legal subdivision five (5) of section four (4), sections five (5) and six (6) and the south west quarter of section nine (9), all those portions of sections seven (7) and eight (8) and the north west quarter of section nine (9) lying generally to the south of the left bank of the Wildhay River, all those portions of the north east quarter of section four (4), the south east quarter of section nine (9), the south half of section ten (10), section eleven (11) and the north west quarter of section twelve (12) lying generally to the north of the right bank of the said Wildhay River, all those portions of  the north east quarter of section nine (9),  the north half of section ten (10), section fourteen (14) and the south east quarter of section fifteen (15), lying generally to the south and east of a theoretical line drawn at a uniform distance of 400 meters measured perpendicular to and generally to the north and west of the northwesterly limit of the Rock Lake road, as shown upon a map or plan of record in the Department of Sustainable Resource Development at Edmonton as No. 295F and all those portions of section thirteen (13) lying generally to the north and west of the right bank of the said Wildhay River and to the south and east of the said theoretical line drawn at a uniform distance of 400 meters measured perpendicular to and generally to the north and west of the northwesterly limit of the said Rock Lake road, as shown upon the said map or plan of record in the Department of Sustainable Resource Development at Edmonton as No. 295F.

 

The lands herein described contain one thousand six hundred sixty-one and nine hundred fifteen thousandths (1661.915) hectares (4106.68 acres), more or less.