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Sackville–Eastern Shore – Historical data

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Boundaries description

Map – Sackville–Eastern Shore, Nova Scotia

Boundaries description

Consisting of that part of the Halifax Regional Municipality described as follows: commencing at a point in Halifax Harbour at latitude 4437'34''N and longitude 6333'09''W; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the southeasterly limit of the former City of Dartmouth; thence generally northeasterly along said limit to Morris Lake; thence generally southeasterly along said lake and the unnamed brook flowing from said lake to the abandoned Canadian National Railway; thence northeasterly along said railway to the unnamed brook flowing from Bissett Lake; thence northwesterly along said brook to a point in Bissett Lake located due west of the intersection of Bissett Road with Bissett Lake Road; thence due east in a straight line to the intersection of said roads; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point in Cole Harbour at latitude 4440'00''N and longitude 6326'45''W; thence northwesterly in a straight line for approximately 1.6 km to the unnamed brook flowing from Broom Lake; thence generally northerly along said brook to a transmission line; thence northerly along said transmission line to Highway No. 7 (Windmill Road); thence generally westerly along said highway and Main Street to the northeasterly limit of the former City of Dartmouth; thence generally northerly along said limit to Loon Lake; thence generally northerly and westerly along said lake and Barrys Run to Lake Charles; thence northerly along said lake to its most northerly extremity; thence westerly in a straight line for approximately 2.4 km to a point where Marshall Brook crosses the Canadian National Railway; thence southwesterly along said railway to the northerly limit of the former Town of Bedford; thence generally northwesterly along said limit to the Sackville River; thence generally northwesterly along said river to the southwesterly production of the Beaverbank Connector; thence northeasterly along said production to Highway No. 101; thence northwesterly along said highway to the limit between the Halifax Regional Municipality and the County of Hants; thence generally northeasterly along said limit to Highway No. 102; thence generally southerly along said highway and Highway No. 118 to Guysborough Road; thence easterly in a straight line for approximately 8.6 km to a point in Three Mile Lake at latitude 4448'27''N and longitude 6329'29''W; thence easterly in a straight line for approximately 9.2 km to the most northerly extremity of Porters Lake; thence northeasterly in a straight line for approximately 11.9 km to the most northwesterly extremity of Gibraltar Lake; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the most northwesterly extremity of Ship Harbour Long Lake; thence generally southerly along Ship Harbour Long Lake, Lake Charlotte, the unnamed brook connecting Little Lake with Lake Charlotte, Little Lake, Oyster Pond and Jeddore Harbour to a point in the Atlantic Ocean at latitude 4437'30''N and longitude 6300'00''W; thence westerly in a straight line for approximately 42.0 km to a point in Halifax Harbour at latitude 4432'00''N and longitude 6329'00''W; thence generally northwesterly along said harbour (passing to the west of McNabs Island) to the point of commencement.