Page 22 - Wrecked on the Cheticamp Coast, 1823
ISSUE : Issue 26
Published by Ronald Caplan on 1980/8/1
'jiT'ti'lS'L-rT'J iforest fires p een Apriji''_, ;ri'd iore;'' Pecause ;ev';'''''|'' iin seconiJf'rp'jii'BpW flici ??i'ro Rasper lml|'ediately.',''': VICTORIA COUNTY 295-2554 Lands & Forests District Office Provincial Building, 295-2771 Depot • Shore Road, 295-2300 Baddeck Sub Rangers George Cheverie Baddeck Maurice Curtis Bay St. Lawrence Douglas Jackson Ingonish Wallace Kendall North River Bridge Dan A. MacDonald lona James MacDonald Tarbot Allistar Neil Maclnnis 929-2347 R.R. No. 1, Englishtown 295-2482 295-2177 383-2293 285-2502 929-2956 622-2403 929-2690 WHERE TO REACH US INVERNESS COUNTY Lands & Forests District Office Whycocomagh 756-2339 Lands & Forests Office Northeast Margaree 248-2029 Martin Burns Margaree Harbour Martin Angus Cameron Margaree Forks Clovis Chiasson St. Joseph Du Moine Harold MacDonald R.R. No. 3, Mabou Kenneth Maclnnis Orangedale Andrew Timmons Pleasant Bay 224-2695 945-2037 756-2370 224-2075 DO YOUR PART PREVENT FOREST FIRES ZS Hon. D. L. Geo. Henley, Minister Donald L. Eldrldge, Deputy Minister NOVA SCOTIA DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS RICHMOND COUNTY Lands & Forests District Office / Provincial Building St. Peters 535-2032 Sub Rangers Gilbert Boudreau 226-3273 West Arichat Dan Norman MacLeod884-2794 Stirling Rog'er MacLeod 587-2871 Grand River Thomas J. Matthews 345-2339 Grand Anse CAPE BRETON COUNTY Lands & Forests Depot Coxheath 564-6389 or 564-8387 Sub Rangers Brian Douglas R.R. No. 1, Bras d'Or William MacLean Irishvale Roy Perry Main-a-Dieu 674-2192 828-2188 733-2664 Donald MacLeod Loch Lomond 587-2288 OR DIAL 0 AND ASK FOR ZENITH 40000 AND DON'T FORGET that Burning Pernnits are required under the Lands & Forests Act. No person shall nnake, kindle or start a fire on land within a wood, forest or forest area, or within one thousand feet of sanne without such a per? mit between April 1st and October 15th in the counties of Queens, Shelburne, Yarnnouth, Digby and Annapolis, and in all other counties between April 15th and Oc? tober 15th. Failure to comply may result in a fine of up to $200. Burning Permits are available from all locations listed above; industrial daytime permits may be obtained only from the Coxheath and St. Peters offices.
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