The present Order is made under the Territorial Lands Act. The purpose of this Order is to withdraw from disposal certain tracts of territorial lands in order to facilitate the conclusion of Aboriginal land agreements. Section 2 establishes that the tracts of territorial lands set out in Schedule 1, including the surface rights to the lands, and the tracts of territorial lands set out in Schedule 2, including the surface and subsurface rights to the lands, are withdrawn from disposal for a period of two years beginning on the day on which this Order is made. The text consists of 4 sections and 2 Schedules.
Implements: Territorial Lands Act (R.S. 1985, c. T-7). (2014-04-01)
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