BRITISH COLUMBIA, VOLUME 1, SEVENTEENTH EDITION, 2004


Chapter 8 — Paragraph 7

Delete: “and the portion of Queen … with Cape Scott are”
Replace by: south of a line joining Cape Caution to Mexicana Point thence to Cape Sutil is

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Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 39

Replace by: 39       Calling Point No. 24, called Zone Limit, is a line running from Point Cornwallis light extending on a southwestward arc to a point 270° westward of Cape Knox on the Territorial Sea limit. This line is the western limit of the Prince Rupert Traffic Zone.

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 280

Delete: Starboard hand buoy “C40”
Replace by: Stubbs Rock starboard hand light buoy “C40” (795.5)

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 290

Delete: A starboard hand daybeacon
Replace by: Port Clements breakwater light (795.3)

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Chapter 2 — Adjacent to paragraph 290, add a light pictograph.

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Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 572

Replace by: 572      A causeway extends 0.5 mile SSW from the west entrance point of Bear River and then 0.4 mile south to the outer end of the mud flat. Stewart World Port facility is on the south end of the causeway. It has a berthing length of 646 feet (197 m) with a mooring buoy fitted with a radar reflector located at the end of the facility. At the extreme south end of the causeway there is a launching ramp with dolphins on the west side of its approach. Drying areas extend up to 500 feet (152 m) south of the public ramp. A rip-rap river training wall close east of the ramp extends southward and is fitted with a radar reflector at the end. Red air obstruction lights are shown from hydro poles along the east side of the causeway. A large log dump is on the SW side of the causeway. The outer edge of the mud flats to the west has numerous dolphins and is an extensive log storage area.

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Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 584

Replace by: 584      Wharves. — Stewart Bulk Terminal wharf, on the west shore about 1 mile south of the townsite, has a berthing length of 820 feet (250 m) and a least depth alongside of 35 feet (10.9 m). Mooring buoys are to the NW and SE. The wharf is equipped with a ship loader capable of handling copper concentrates at about 317 tonnes/hour.

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Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 585

Replace by: 585      The public wharf has been decommissioned by the District of Stewart. A wreck with a least depth of 17 feet (5.1 m) lies alongside.

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Chapter 2 — Adjacent to paragraph 585, add a caution pictograph.

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Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 586.

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 587

Delete: north of the public wharf

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 9

Replace by: 9       Calling Point No. 25, called Cape Knox, is a line extending 270° from Cape Knox to the limit of the Territorial Sea.

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