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1. The territory, the plan of which appears in Schedule A and described in this section, constitutes the Matimek Controlled Zone:

A territory situated in the county municipality of Saguenay, in the townships of Arnaud, Fléché, Pasteur, Abbadie, Beauvais, and in unorganized territories, covering one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four square kilometres (1,854 km2) and whose perimeter may be described as follows:

Starting from the northeastern corner of the township of Beauvais; thence, southerly, the eastern limit of the said township and the line dividing the townships of Letellier and Arnaud to a point situated sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) north of the northern limit of the right of way of the old road from Clarke-City to Sept-Îles; thence in a general south-westerly direction, following a line parallel to and sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) north of the northern limit of the right of way of the old road from Clark-City to Sept-Îles to a point situated two hundred and one and seventeen hundredths metres (201.17 m) north of the right of way of Highway 138; thence, in a general southwesterly direction, following a line parallel to and two hundred and one and seventeen hundredths metres (201.17 m) from the northern limit of the right of way of Highway 138 to the northern limit of block 44 of the township of Arnaud; thence, southwesterly, northwesterly and southeasterly following the northwestern, northeastern and southwestern limits of Block 44 of the township of Arnaud to the intersection with a line parallel to and two hundred and one and seventeen hundredths metres (201.17 m) from the western limit of the right of way of Highway 138; thence, following a line parallel to and two hundred and one and seventeen hundredths metres (201.17 m) from the northern limit of the right of way of Highway 138 to a point situated sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) from the west bank of rivière Sainte-Marguerite; thence, in a general northerly direction, following a line parallel to and sixty and thirty-five hundredths metres (60.35 m) from the west bank of rivière Sainte-Marguerite to its intersection with the northern limit of the township of Leneuf; thence, westerly, following the said northern limit of the township of Leneuf to the meeting with the western limit of the right of way of the road leading to lac des Îles, whose U.T.M. coordinates are 5,564,050 m N, 662,000 m E; thence, in a general northwesterly direction, following the limit of 2 drainage basins, the limit whose apexes are identified by the following U.T.M. coordinates: 5,565,400 m N, 660,000 m E; 5,566,700 m N, 656,000 m E; 5,569,000 m N, 654,000 m E; 5,580,000 m N, 654,400 m E; 5,596,050 m N, 653,080 m E; from this last point, in a general northwesterly direction, a broken line passing west of lac Attacaupé and lac Catista and whose apexes are identified by the following U.T.M. coordinates: 5,599,300 m N, 653,200 m E; 5,604,100 m N, 652,400 m E; 5,608,000 m N, 651,200 m E; 5,610,000 m N, 652,500 m E; 5,616,200 m N, 649,200 m E; 5,621,050 m N, 647,050 m E; thence, northwesterly, the limit of 2 drainage basins whose apexes are identified by the following U.T.M. coordinates: 5,623,800 m N, 644,200 m E; 5,625,500 m N, 640,400 m E; 5,630,000 m N, 641,000 m E; 5,635,500 m N, 635,000 m E; 5,646,100 m N, 640,000 m E; 5,646,000 m N, 643,000 m E; 5,644,000 m N, 645,600 m E; 5,641,200 m N, 645,700 m E; 5,642,600 m N, 649,400 m E; this last point being the meeting point of the left shore of the outlet of lac Cacaoui with the right bank of rivière Sainte-Marguerite; thence, northeasterly, the extension of the left shore of the outlet of lac Cacaoui to the meeting with the left bank of rivière Sainte-Marguerite; southeasterly, the left bank of rivière Sainte-Marguerite to a point whose U.T.M. coordinates are: 5,640,200 m N, 654,800 m E; thence, in a general southeasterly direction, following the limit of 2 drainage basins whose apexes are identified by the following U.T.M. coordinates: 5,641,400 m N, 657,200 m E; 5,636,400 m N, 661,100 m E; 5,629,500 m N, 662,400 m E; 5,629,000 m N, 666,800 m E; 5,623,400 m N, 667,800 m E; 5,625,600 m N, 669,600 m E; 5,618,000 m N, 674,600 m E; 5,612,000 m N, 671,000 m E; 5,606,600 m N, 672,200 m E; 5,601,050 m N, 671,050 m E; thence, easterly, a straight line to the meeting point of the extension to the north of the line dividing the townships of Letellier and Beauvais, a point whose U.T.M. coordinates are 5,601,050 m N, 680,000 m E; thence, southerly, the said extension of the line dividing the townships to the starting point.