Zones List

Zone A - Alberta / Northwest Territories / Nunavut

All of Alberta and including Northwest Territories and Nunavut

Zone Director

ROGER GANLEY

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Zone B - Atlantic

New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island

Zone Director

REGIS LANDRY

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Zone C - British Columbia / Yukon

The area of British Columbia not enclosed by a line from Cape Scott on Vancouver Island directly east to Hope Island, then directly south-east to and including Briken (north-east of Pemberton), then south-east to the southernmost point of highway 3 in Manning Park, then directly south to the United States of America Border

Zone Director

ROLAND WORSFOLD

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Zone D - Manitoba / Northwestern Ontario

All of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario to a line drawn true North/South of Simpson Island just East of the Town of Nipigon, Ontario

Zone Director

PETER SCHAFFER

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Zone E - Middle Ontario

Border between Middle and S.E zones goes up Hwy 25 to Acton, then a straight-line north to Giants Tomb Island in Georgian Bay. Between Middle and S.W. zone a straight line north from Clear Creek through Woodford, ON to Georgian Bay and to the north a straight line from Cape Rich across to Giants Tomb Island

Zone Director

ROY RYMER

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Zone F - Northern Ontario

A straight-line from Giants Tomb Island in Georgian Bay to Mattawa on the border of ON & QC on the eastern side and on the western side a line drawn true North/South of Simpson Island just East of the Town of Nipigon, Ontario and including Manitoulin Island

Zone Director

KEVIN McGRATH

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Zone G - Ottawa Valley

The western border is a straight-line from Colborne north to Mackey. On the east the zone ends at the Quebec border except for a twenty-five mile radius around Pembroke and a fifty-mile radius around Hull, QC.

Zone Director

CHRISTOPHER MALCOMNSON

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Zone H - British Columbia Coastal

The area of British Columbia enclosed by a line from Cape Scott on Vancouver Island directly east to Hope Island, then directly south-east to and including Briken (north-east of Pemberton), then south-east to the southernmost point of highway 3 in Manning Park, then directly south to the United States of America border.

Zone Director

WILLIAM ROLLINS

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Zone I - Quebec

Western border between Quebec and St Lawrence zone follows Hwy 161 from the US border to Trois Rivieres, west to Louiseville then a straight-line north.

Zone Director

JEAN PAUL LE GUILCHER

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Zone J - St. Lawrence

Eastern border between Quebec and St Lawrence zone follows Hwy 161 from the USA border to Trois Rivieres, west to Louiseville then a straight-line north. Western border is the border between Ontario and Quebec except for a twenty-five mile radius around Pembroke and a fifty-mile radius around Hull, which belong to the Ottawa Valley zone.

Zone Director

STEVE WOLOZ

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Zone K - Saskatchewan

All of the province of Saskatchewan

Zone Director

DEREK SCHULTZ

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Zone L - Southeastern Ontario

The western border between Middle and SE goes up Hwy 25 to Acton then a straight line north to Giants Tomb Island in Georgian Bay then a straight line to Mattawa on the border of ON & QC. The eastern border between SE and Ottawa Valley is a straight-line from Colborne north to Mackey.

Zone Director

JAMES DALY

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Zone M - Southwestern Ontario

The eastern border between Middle and SW is a straight line north from Clear Creek through Woodford, ON. The western border is the border of the USA. To the north from Cape Rich to the main channel between Manitoulin Island and the mainland west to the USA border.

Zone Director

FRANK KLENK

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