Bylaw

  • (noun): A rule made by a local authority to regulate its own affairs.
    Synonyms: bye law

Some articles on bylaw:

Bylaw Enforcement Officer - Today's Bylaw Officers
... Contrary to popular belief, although some work conducted by Bylaw Enforcement Officers can be very minor in gravity, such as issuing tickets for expired ... In most jurisdictions with bylaw officers, investigational work concerning dog attacks is conducted solely by the bylaw officers, without any police ... As well, Bylaw Enforcement Officers care for and protect animals, help mediate neighbourhood disputes, assure public safety by investigating illegal garbage/waste dumping and ...
Canadian Association Of Physicians For The Environment - Accomplishments
... expert testimony to the City of Toronto during its pesticide bylaw hearings ... The group played an educational role in the passage of Peterborough's pesticide bylaw in 2005, named "the strongest pesticide bylaw in Canada" by the Canadian ...
Bruce Eriksen - Advocacy
... DERA and Bruce Eriksen to the people of the DTES include the passing of a bylaw requiring hotels and rooming houses to have sprinkler systems, strong efforts in respect to rezoning, in order to protect ... Davies describes Eriksen's advocacy of the sprinkler bylaw "Neither the province nor the city made it mandatory for Single Room Occupancy (SRO ... DERA worked hard to have the bylaw changed ...
Edmonton Municipal Election, 1962 - Results - Plebiscites - The Early Closing of Shops Bylaw and Food Stores
... Do you Favor the passing of a bylaw to amend bylaw No.1716 being the Early Closing of Shops bylaw, so that the amended bylaw will exempt all food stores in Edmonton, regardless of size, from all provisions of ...
Ramsden V. Peterborough (City) - Background
... He claimed that the bylaw was unconstitutional ... A justice of the peace found that the bylaw was constitutional and he was fined ... to the Court of Appeal for Ontario the decision was overturned and it was held that the bylaw was in violation of the right to freedom of expression and could not be saved under ...