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Dartmouth–Cole Harbour – Historical data

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Boundaries description

Map – Dartmouth–Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia

Boundaries description

Consisting of that part of the Halifax Regional Municipality described as follows: commencing at the mouth of Wrights Brook in Wrights Cove (Bedford Basin); thence generally northerly along said brook to the Canadian National Railway; thence northeasterly along said railway to Marshall Brook; thence easterly in a straight line for approximately 2.4 km to the most northerly extremity of Lake Charles; thence southerly along said lake to Barrys Run; thence generally easterly and southerly along said run and Loon Lake to the northeasterly limit of the former City of Dartmouth; thence generally southerly along said limit to Main Street; thence generally easterly for approximately 1.7 km along said street and Highway No. 7 (Windmill Road) to a transmission line; thence southerly along said transmission line to the unnamed brook flowing from Broom Lake; thence generally southerly along said brook to Cole Harbour; thence southeasterly in a straight line for approximately 1.6 km to a point in Cole Harbour at latitude 4440'00''N and longitude 6326'45''W; thence southwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of Bissett Road with Bissett Lake Road; thence due west to Bissett Lake; thence southeasterly along said lake to the unnamed brook flowing from the most southeasterly extremity of said lake; thence southeasterly along said brook to the abandoned Canadian National Railway; thence southwesterly along said railway to the unnamed brook flowing from Morris Lake; thence generally northwesterly along said brook and Morris Lake to the southeasterly limit of the former City of Dartmouth; thence generally southwesterly along said limit to Halifax Harbour; thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point in Halifax Harbour at latitude 4437'34''N and longitude 6333'09''W; thence generally northwesterly along said harbour (passing to the east of Georges Island) and The Narrows to a point in the Bedford Basin at latitude 4441'26''N and longitude 6337'53''W; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the point of commencement.