Otter Head

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A map of the area immediately surrounding DFRP Property Number 12062

Summary

  • Property Number:

    12062
  • Custodian:

    Fisheries and Oceans Canada
  • Official Contact:

  • Interest

    Crown Owned
  • Restriction:

    No Restriction
  • Primary Use:

    Transportation Marine
  • Address:

    Pukaskwa National Park.
  • Place Name:

    no data
  • Municipality:

    Thunder Bay, Unorganized
  • Province/Territory:

    Ontario
  • Federal Electoral District:

    Algoma--Manitoulin--Kapuskasing
  • Coordinates

    48.112017, -86.066769, Accurate within ± 10m
  • Census Classification

    Isolated
  • Land Area:

    0.9840 ha
  • Building Count:

    4
  • Floor Area:

    335 sq. m.
  • Record Created On

    August 8th, 1990
  • Record Last Modified On

    March 18th, 2022

Buildings

Structure Number Custodian Structure Name Structure Address Floor Area (sq. m.) Building Occupancy Level
012062Fisheries and Oceans CanadaFog Alarm BuildingOtter Island107Fully Occupied
106611Fisheries and Oceans CanadaDwellingOtter Island97Fully Occupied
107185Fisheries and Oceans CanadaMain ResidenceOtter Island110Fully Occupied
107749Fisheries and Oceans Canada1102 - Otter Head Lightstation TowerPukaskwa National Park.21Fully Occupied

Contaminated Sites

Federal Site IdentifierStatusSite NameHighest Step Completed
00000876ClosedOtter Head - Gen Bldg area, form. AST and Waste Oil area Res.#207 - Develop Remediation/Risk Management Strategy
00000880ClosedOtter Head - Landfill Area soils south of the Lighthouse on Reserve No. 2 and the former UHF antenna area07 - Develop Remediation/Risk Management Strategy
00000888ClosedOtter Head - Right of Way connecting Reserve 1 and Reserve 207 - Develop Remediation/Risk Management Strategy
00000870ClosedOtter Head - South of the boathouse at reserve #1 (approx. 20 m south of the shoreline of Old Dave's Harbour)07 - Develop Remediation/Risk Management Strategy

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