In keeping with Provincial regulations, all indoor City recreation and sport facilities will be closed as of January 5, 2022.
Legislative History: Adopted August 22, 2017 (By-law No. CPOL.-72-304); Amended July 24, 2018 (By-law No. CPOL.-72(a)-410); Amended June 11, 2019 (By-law No. CPOL.-72(b)-160)
Last Review Date: April 30, 2019
Service Area Lead: City Clerk
1.1 This policy sets out the requirements for the regular review of ward boundaries to ensure that they remain relevant.
2.1 Not applicable.
3.1 This policy shall apply to the City Clerk.
4.1 The City Clerk shall, as required, undertake a review of the municipal ward boundaries, in sufficient time to allow the implementation of any appropriate ward boundary changes for the next municipal election, in accordance with applicable legislative requirements. The review shall take into consideration balancing population distribution among the wards, both now and in the future based on projections; respecting established neighbourhoods and communities within the municipality; geographical features defining natural boundaries within the municipality; and, infrastructure boundaries such as roads, bridges, rail lines and transit routes. Upon conclusion of the City Clerk’s review, the City Clerk shall recommend if and how the wards should be re-divided for the upcoming election, based upon their findings and in keeping with the public interest.