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4 edition of Timber limits in the Disputed Territory of Ontario found in the catalog.

Timber limits in the Disputed Territory of Ontario

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Timber -- Ontario.,
  • Bois d"oeuvre -- Ontario.,
  • Canada -- Politics and government -- 1867-1896.,
  • Canada -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1867-1896.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 08213, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 08213
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (4 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23353094M
    ISBN 100665082134

    North Western Ontario (now known as "the disputed territory"): the districts of Thunder Bay and Algoma: a brief description, together with the opinions of prominent residents, old pioneers, eminent scientists, explorers, special correspondents, travellers and others, upon the territory's varied resources, cereal, mineral and timber, and also of its matchless scenery. Both American and New Brunswick lumberjacks cut timber in the disputed territory during the winter of –, according to reports submitted to the Maine Legislature, resulting in the Battle of Caribou and other on: Maine–New Brunswick border.

    The province of Ontario is located in the central portion of Canada and to the south, includes the Canadian portion of the Great Lakes. To the north, Ontario extends into the Arctic along the coastline of Hudson’s Bay and James Bay. Four major forest regions are represented in Ontario:File Size: KB. Author of Ontario resources atlas, Farm Woodlot, Arrayed-in-Wampum, Forest industry opportunities in the Sault Ste. Marie district Dept. of Lands and Forests, Forest spraying and some effects of DDT, Wolves and coyotes in Ontario, Forestry in Ontario, Trappers' manual.

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Abstract. Vol. of a CIHM set. For individual microfiches in this set see CIHM microfiche nos. Original issued in series: Facts for the n onic of access: Internet During the economic downturn of –76 Booth had continued to accumulate timber limits at low prices, thus eliminating his dependence on other suppliers.

Eventually coveringacres, his limits extended throughout the Ottawa watershed, encompassing parts of the Madawaska, Bonnechere, Petawawa, Mattawa, and Montreal rivers in Ontario. InCanada claimed ownership over all the Treaty 3 lands. The Keewatin area was unquestionably under Canada’s jurisdiction at that time, but the ownership of the rest of the Treaty 3 territory was disputed with Ontario.

Sinceall of the Treaty 3 territory, except for a small portion in Manitoba, has been within the borders of Ontario. The Grey Wolf, sometimes called the Timber Wolf, is estimated to have a population of between 8, individuals in the Province of Ontario, according to the Ministry of Natural Resources.

This figure could be wildly inaccurate as it is only an estimate which was made over 40 years ago. After the federal government asked Ontario to pay for construction in the new disputed area, the province asked for an elaboration on its limits, and its boundary was moved north to 51° north, and west to a line running north from Hunter's Island.

[1] The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (the applicant) occupy the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory (Indian Reserve No. 38) in southeastern Ontario. This territory is part of the original Mohawk Tract granted to the Six Nations by Treaty 3½, the Simcoe Deed of [2] The Culbertson Tract is a acre parcel of land within the Mohawk y: Canada.

Canada’s forest laws are among the strictest in the world. They protect our forests and ensure that sustainable forest management practices are followed across the country. This means that consumers can be confident that the forest and wood products they buy from Canada were obtained legally and harvested under a system of sustainable forest.

Welcome to the Woodlot Marketplace. Classified ads to help you find, buy, sell or trade forest related products. The Ontario Woodlot Association's Woodlot Marketplace is the place for woodlot owners to place FREE non-commercial classified ads that will reach other woodlot owners.

The Tigri Area (Dutch: Tigri-gebied) is a wooded area that has been disputed since around by Suriname and Guyana. It involves the area between the Upper Corentyne River (also called New River), the Coeroeni River and the Kutari River. This triangular area. Bushworkers and bosses: Logging in northern Ontario, Hardcover – Feb.

1 by Ian Walter Radforth (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Author: Ian Walter Radforth. The territory in dispute has been in Indian occupation from the date of the proclamation until During that interval of time Indian affairs have been administered successively by the Crown, by the Provincial Governments, and (since the passing of the British North America Act, [ Constitution Act, ]), by the Government of the Dominion.

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More buying choices 4/5. Wood was the staple of Canadian trade for much of the 19th century. Fueled by European demand, the timber trade brought investment and immigration to eastern Canada, fostered economic development, and transformed the regional environment far.

I n Thomas Foster opened up limits on all the crown lands that were situated around the French River and all its tributaries in north eastern Georgian Bay. It didn't take long for the Walkerton Lumber Company to begin cutting timber, which they boomed down to their mills located further south.

Three years after the limits were opened a small mill and seasonal town site became established. The heart of the dispute is the claim that the Canadian lumber industry is unfairly subsidized by federal and provincial governments, as most timber in Canada is owned by the provincial governments.

The prices charged to harvest the timber (stumpage fee) are set administratively. The treaty allowed the Americans to employ the down-river facilities of the St. John on the same terms as British subjects. A tax on timber exported by native merchants would fall equally on Americans who floated out logs from the formerly disputed territory.

This finally went into effect in Caption: Map showing the extent of the Riordon Pulp and Paper Company timber limits in But the interest of this map lies elsewhere. But the interest of this map lies elsewhere. In one glance, we are made to appreciate the importance of the rail network which serves the Ottawa Valley, in the Ottawa-Montréal District, at that point in time.

Vous utilisez un navigateur désuet qui n’est plus accepté par Les navigateurs désuets ne disposent pas de caractéristiques sécuritaires permettant d’assurer la sécurité de vos renseignements.

En savoir plus sur les navigateurs que nous supportons. • The details of a dispute must contain some legal argument alleging why the claim is invalid. • If there is disagreement on any matter of compensation, the Ontario Mining and Lands Commissioner – an independent adjudicator functioning under the auspices of the Ministry of Natural Resources – will HEAR the matter.

There is no time limit onFile Size: KB. A First Nation in northwestern Ontario and a local conservation group want a piece of land that extends into Eagle Lake near Dryden removed from future forestry management planning and set aside.Pakenham, Ottawa valley Villageopens with a brief outline of the geology of the area, and described the formations of rock laid down by the three invasions of the sea that advanced thus far up the Ottawa Valley.

It delineates the borders of the Canadian Shield and of the Ottawa - St. Lawrence Lowland within Pakenham Township.The timber rattlesnake, canebrake rattlesnake or banded rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus), is a species of venomous pit viper endemic to eastern North America. This is the only rattlesnake species in most of the populous northeastern United States and is second only to its cousins to the west, the prairie rattlesnake, as the most northerly distributed venomous snake in North : Viperidae.