Ontario’s earlier consultations and ongoing negotiations with the AOO have resulted in some changes to the package of Crown lands proposed for future transfer to the AOO.
The negotiators have now initialed and publicly released a proposed Agreement-in-Principle. It incorporates their negotiated changes to the Preliminary Draft Agreement-in-Principle. The changes made are based on information received by all three parties through the consultation process.
There have been changes to some of the proposed land selections. The updated draft descriptive plans have been updated below. They include: 60B, 192B and 299. Changes to proposed land selections have been sent to adjacent landowners. As for an
There are 9 parcels of land adjacent to Kamaniskeg Lake, Bark Lake, Spectacle Lake and Negeek Lake that are proposed to be transferred as part of the Land Claim Agreement including Bell Bay non-operating provincial park. The high-level proposed use
The governments of Ontario and Canada have been negotiating with the Algonquins to settle a long standing land claim by transferring 117,500 acres of crown land to the Algonquin. Another 30,000 acres will become a new park. The transferred land