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Page 54 - Advert: Forrest Fire!

Published by Ronald Caplan on 1983/6/1 (304 reads)

WHERE TO REACH US VICTORIA COUHTY INVERNESS COUNTY Lands *& Forests Provincial Building *Baddeck Lands & Forests Baddeck Depot Shore Road Sub-Rangers George Cheverie Baddeck D. A. MacDonald lona Douglas W. Jackson Ingonish Jack MacDonald Tarbot Allister N. Maclnnis Engli shtown John A. Curtis Bay St. Lawrence *for Industrial Permi 295-2554 or 295-2771 295-2300 295-2177 622-2403 285-2502 929-2781 929-2347 383-2293 ts Lands & Forests Office Whycocomagh Office Margaree Sub-Rangers Martin Burns Margaree Harbour Clovis Chiasson Grand Etang Andrew Timmons Pleasant Bay Kenny Maclnnis Orangedale Martin Cameron Margaree Forks iHarold MacDonald (Mabou Harbour 756-2339 248-2029 235-2235 224-2695 224-2075 756-2370 248-2455 945-2683 DO YOUR PART PREVENT FOREST FIRES Department of Lands and Forests Hon. D.L. (Geo.) Henley, Minister RICHMOND COUNTY Lands & Forests Provincial Building *St. Peters 535-2032 Sub-Rangers Gilbert Boudreau West Arichat 226-3273 Thomas Matthews Grand Anse 345-2944 Roger MacLeod Grand River 587-2871 Dan Norman MacLeod Stirling 884-2794 Donald MacLeod Loch Lomond 587-2288 *for Permits Prior to ' 5 p.m. CAPE BRETON COUNTY Lands & Forests Depot & Forest Station 564-6389 or 564-8387 674-2192 *Coxheath Sub-Rangers Boularderie Island Brian Douglas Black Rock Rd., Big Bras d'Or Main-a-Dieu & area: Roy Perry Little Lorraine 733-2664 Big Pond & area: William R. McLean Irish Vale 828-218' *for Industrial Permits or Permits Prior to 5 p.m. AND DON'T FORGET ... that Burning Permits are required under the Lands & Forests Act. No person shall make, kindle or start a fire on land within a wood, forest or forest area, or within one thousand feet of same without such a permit between April 1st and October 15th in the counties of Queens, Shelburne, Yarmouth, Digby, and Annapolis, and in all other counties between April 15th and October 15th. Failure to comply may result in a fine of up to $200. Burning Permits are available from all locations listed above. See * for Industrial Permits and for Permits Prior to 5 p.m. Donald L. Eldridge, Deputy Minister
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