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Arrosage durant l'été

Le règlement 2011-58 pour modifier le règlement 2009-39 pour réglementer la consommation d'eau durant les mois d'été pour les résidents qui utilise l'aqueduc municipal.

Barème de droit - Aménagement du territoire - Règlement 2016-95

Le barème de droits pour le traitement de demandes relatives à l'aménagement du territoire est énuméré dans le règlement 2021-01.

Bâtiments et permis

Règlement numéro 2018-53, amandé 2006-44

Bruit

Règlement 2007-53 qui vise à interdire et réglementer le bruit

Camions interdits

Le réglement 2011-73 qui interdit les camions de transport sur certaines routes. 

Clôture de piscine

Le règlement 2005-69 amendé qui concerne les clôtures qui entourent les piscines extérieures sur les propriétés privées.

Contrôle des animaux et médaille de chien

Règlement 2019-57 sur le contrôle des animaux

Défense de fumer

Le règlement 2003-41 interdit l'usage du tabac dans les édifices municipaux.

Élections

Un règlement autorisant l'utilisation de méthodes de vote alternatives pour l'élection municipale de 2018. (Anglais seulement)

Un règlement 2017-75 modifiant le Règlement 2017-21 afin d'ajouter des dispositions prévoyant une période de vote par anticipation. (Anglais seulement)

Un règlement 2017-24 autorisant la Corporation du canton d'Alfred et Plantagenet à signer une entente de service pour le système de vote par Internet et par téléphone avec Intelivote Systems Inc. (Anglais seulement)

Feux d'artifice

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THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP
OF ALFRED AND PLANTAGENET

BY-LAW 2022-30

Being a By-law to prohibit and to regulate the sale and discharging of fireworks in the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet.

WHEREAS Subsection 11 (2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended permits council of local municipalities to pass by-laws and make regulations for the health, safety and well-being of persons within the municipality;

AND WHEREAS Subsection 120(1) of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.0. 2001, c. 25, as amended provides that a local municipality may: (a) prohibit and regulate the manufacture of explosives in the municipality; (b) prohibit and regulate the storage of explosives and dangerous substances in the municipality; (c) regulate the keeping and transportation of explosives and dangerous substances in the municipality; and (d) prohibit the manufacture or storage of explosives unless a permit is obtained from the municipality for those activities and may impose conditions for obtaining, continuing to hold and renewing the permit, including requiring the submission of plans; and

AND WHEREAS Paragraph (a) of section 121 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended, provides that a municipality may prohibit and regulate the Sale of Fireworks and the discharging of Fireworks, as defined in this by-law;

AND WHEREAS Section 436 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended, states that a municipality has the power to pass by-laws providing that the municipality may enter on land at any reasonable time for the purpose of carrying out an inspection to determine whether or not the following are being complied with a by-law of the municipality passed under this Act, a direction or order of the municipality made under this Act or made under a by-law of the municipality passed under this Act, a condition of a licence issued under a by-law of the municipality passed under this Act or an order made under section 431 of this Act;

AND WHEREAS paragraph 7.1(1)(a) of the Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997, S.O. 1997, c. 4, as amended, provides that a council of a municipality may pass by-laws regulating fire prevention, including the prevention of spreading fires;

NOW THEREFORE the Council of the Corporation of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet enacts as follows:

Definitions
  1. In this By-law:
    1. "Act" means the Explosives Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. E-17, as amended, and any regulations enacted thereto, or any act or regulations enacted in substitution thereof;
    2. "Authorization" means a permission of the Council of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet granted by resolution or amendment to permit the discharging of fireworks;
    3. "Corporation" shall mean the Corporation of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet.
    4. "Council" shall mean the Council of the Corporation of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet.
    5. "Explosives Act" means the Explosives Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. E-17, as amended, and any regulations enacted thereto, or any act or regulations enacted in substitution thereof;
    6. "Fire Chief' means the person appoint by By-law as Fire Chief for the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet or his or her designate;
    7. "Firecracker" means a pyrotechnic device that explodes when ignited and does not make any subsequent display or visible effect after the explosion, and includes those devices commonly known as Chinese firecrackers;
    8. "Fire Protection and Prevention Act" means the Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997, S.O. 1997, c. 4, as amended, and any regulations enacted thereto, or any act or regulations enacted in substitution thereof;
    9. "Fireworks" shall consist of the following devices:
      1. "Display Fireworks" means high hazard fireworks generally used
        for recreation that are classified under Class 7, Subdivision 2 of
        Division 2, as described in subsection 14(6) of Regulation C.R.C., c.
        599 of the Explosives Act and includes but is not limited to rockets,
        serpents, shells, bombshells, tourbillions, maroons, large wheels,
        bouquets, barrages, bombardos, waterfalls, fountains, batteries,
        illuminations, set pieces and pigeons, but excluding firecrackers;

      2. "Consumer Fireworks" means consumer fireworks that do not
        travel more than three (3) meters from the point of ignition are low
        hazard fireworks generally used for recreation that are classified
        under Class 7, Subdivision 1 of Division 2, as descried in subsection
        14(5) of Regulation C.R.C., c 599 of the Explosives Act, and includes
        but is not limited to, firework showers, fountains, lawn lights,
        pinwheels, volcanoes, sparklers and other similar devices, but
        excluding Christmas crackers and caps for toy guns;

      3. "Special Effect Pyrotechnic" means a high hazard firework that is
        classed as a F.3 Special Effect Pyrotechnics under the Act and that
        is used to produce a special pyrotechnic effect for indoor or outdoor
        performances and includes black powder bombs, bullet effect, flash
        powder, air bursts, smoke compositions, gerbs, lances and wheels;

      4. "Prohibited Firework" includes but is not limited to cigarette loads
        or pings, exploding matches, sparkling matches, ammunition for
        miniature tie clip, cufflink or key chain pistols, auto alarms or jokers,
        cherry bombs, M-80 and silver salutes and flash crackers, throw
        down torpedoes and crackling balls, exploding golf balls, stink bombs
        and smoke bombs, tear gas pens and launchers, party peppers and
        table bombs, table rockets and battle sky rockets, fake firecrackers
        and other trick devices or practical jokes as included on the most
        recent list of prohibited fireworks as published for time to time under
        the Act;

    10. "Fireworks Supervisor" means a person who is an approved purchaser
      of display fireworks and who is qualified under the Act to supervise the
      discharge of display fireworks;

    11. "Flying Lantern" also known as Sky Lantern, Chinese Lantern, Kongming
      Lantern or Wish Lantern, means a small hot air balloon or similar device
      made of treated paper or any other material, with an opening at the bottom,
      which is propelled y an open flame generated by a small candle or fuel cell,
      allowing the balloon or similar device to rise and float in the air,
      uncontrollably, while ignited;

    12. "FPPA" see the Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997, S.O. 1997, c. 4,
      as amended, and the regulations enacted thereunder as amended from
      time to time or any act and regulations enacted in substitution therefore;

    13. "Highway" means and includes a common and public highway, street,
      avenue, parkway, driveway, square, place, bridge, viaduct or trestle, any
      pat of which is intended for or used by the general public for the passage of
      vehicles and includes the area between the lateral property lines thereof;

    14. "Municipal Law Enforcement Officer" shall mean the Municipal Law
      Enforcement Officer of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet;

    15. "Municipal Building" means any building, or structure to which the
      Township holds right or ownership to;

    16. "Municipal Property" means any land and any indoor or outdoor facilities
      or installations located on this land which is owned, leased or operated by
      the Corporation of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet;

    17. "Outdoor" means the whole or part of any outdoor area, and for the greater
      certainty includes any open space which is outside of a building, structure,
      including ay temporary building, structure or part thereof, whether covered
      by a roof or not;

    18. "Person" shall mean an include any individual, corporation, partnership,
      company, association or party and the heirs, executors, administrators or
      other legal representatives of such person, to whom the context can apply
      according to the law;

    19. "Permit" means a Display Fireworks, or a Pyrotechnic Special Effects
      Fireworks Permit issued by the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet By-law
      Enforcement Department with the written approval of the Township of Alfred
      and Plantagenet Fire Services, the form of which may be amended from
      time to time;

    20. "Pyrotechnician" means a person who is certified under the Act as a
      Theatrical User, an Assistant, a Pyrotechnician or a Special Effects
      Pyrotechnician and is qualified to purchase and supervise the display of
      pyrotechnic special effect fireworks under the Act;

    21. "Sale" or "Sell" means and shall include all attempts to offer to sell or
      invitations to purchase whether by express act or implication;

    22. "Township" shall mean the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet;

    23. "Vehicle" shall mean a motor vehicle, trailer, boat, motorized snow vehicle,
      mechanical equipment and any vehicle drawn, propelled or driven by any
      kind of power;

Interpretation
  1. Where a situation arises, that is not covered by a specific regulation or where two or more regulations are equally applicable, all provisions shall be complied with or, where it is not possible to comply with all the provisions applicable, the most restrictive provisions shall prevail.
General
  1. No person shall possess or discharge any fireworks that are not authorized by the Explosive Act.
  2. No person shall discharge fireworks when there is a fire ban in place.
  3. No person shall discharge firecrackers.
  4. No person shall ignite, release, or set off into the air an ignited Flying Lantern.
Sale of Fireworks
  1. No person shall knowingly sell or supply fireworks to a person less than eighteen (18) years of age.
  2. No person shall sell or supply fireworks to a person who appears to be under the age of twenty-five (25) without a proof of age.
  3. A person who accepts money from a person less than eighteen (18) years of age or apparently less than twenty-five (25) years of age without proof of age in return for fireworks purchased from a licensed retailer is deemed to have sold or supplied fireworks in contravention to section 7 or 8 of this by-law.
Consumer Fireworks
  1. No person shall discharge Consumer Fireworks except on the days listed in Schedule A of this by-law.
  2. No person shall discharge Consumer Fireworks except between sunset and 11:00 p.m. on the days designated in this by-law.
  3. No person shall discharge Consumer Fireworks from, onto or over any building or vehicle.
  4. No person less than eighteen (18) years of age shall discharge Consumer Fireworks except under the direct supervision and control of a person eighteen (18) years of age or older who shall, at all times remain physically present in the immediate area where the Consumer Fireworks are being discharged.
  5. No parent or guardian of any person less than eighteen (18) years of age shall
  6. allow or permit that an underage person to discharge Consumer Fireworks except under the direct supervision and control of a person eighteen (18) years of age or older who shall at all times, remain physically present in the immediate area where the Consumer Fireworks are being discharged.
  7. No person shall discharge Consumer Fireworks on any land that is not owned or legally possessed by him or her, unless written permission for the discharging of Consumer Fireworks has been obtained from the owner or person in charge of the land.
  8. No person shall discharge Consumer Fireworks in any of the Township owned parks, land, building or in any other public place or storm water management land, without the prior authorization from Council.
  9. No person shall discharge Consumer Fireworks from, onto or over any highway, street, lane, boulevard, roundabout private roadway or sidewalk.
  10. Every person who sets off or is responsible for the discharging of Consumer Fireworks shall provide and maintain fully operational fire extinguishing equipment, including but not limited to portable fire extinguishers or a water supply, ready for immediate use and present at all times and for at least thirty (30) minutes after the discharging of the Consumer Fireworks has terminated, at the location of the discharging of Consumer Fireworks.
  11. Every person who sets off Consumer Fireworks shall take all steps reasonably necessary, as would a reasonable and prudent person, to ensure that no harm to persons, animals or damage to property shall result from the discharging of or use of Consumer Fireworks.

Display Fireworks

  1. No person shall discharge Display Fireworks in the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet except pursuant to the terms of a permit issued by the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet for such purpose and in compliance with the provisions of
    this By-law and all other applicable laws.

  2. Display Fireworks shall only be discharged under the supervision of a person who is, at a minimum, certified as "display supervisor" under the Explosives Act.
    1. Every permit shall include a description of the event including:
      1. The date and time of the proposed discharge of display fireworks;
      2. The type and kind of display fireworks that may be discharged;
      3. The discharge techniques to be used;
      4. The manner and means of restraining unauthorized persons from attending too close to the discharge site;
      5. The manner in which unused display fireworks are to be disposed of; and
      6. The number of persons authorized to handle and discharge the display fireworks.
    2. A site plan providing a description of the discharge site to be used for the discharging of the display fireworks;
    3. A description of the fire emergency procedures;
    4. The name and address of the applicant and the sponsoring organization if applicable;
    5. Proof of certification of the applicant as a Firework Supervisor;
    6. Proof of consent of the owner of the property to the discharge of Display Fireworks in writing if the applicant is not the owner of the property;
    7. Proof of insurance and indemnification in accordance with Sections
    8. Such other information as required by the Municipal Law Enforcement Officer and/or the Fire Chief; and
    9. Payment of applicable fees as set out in Schedule B of this by-law;
  3. The Municipal Law Enforcement Officer and/or Fire Chief may refuse any permit request if the application:
    1. Is incomplete;
    2. Is not submitted by a Fireworks Supervisor;
    3. There are reasonable grounds for belief that the holding of the display of fireworks will result in a breach of this by-law, the FPPA of the Act.
  4. Every Permit holder who sets off Display Fireworks shall:
    1. Take all steps reasonably necessary, as would a reasonable and prudent person, to ensure that no harm to persons, animals or damage to property shall result from the discharging or use of Display Fireworks;
    2. Comply at all times with the requirements of the Act, FPPA and the Display Fire Works Manual published by Natural Resources Canada or any successor publication.
  5. If the Display Fireworks are to be discharged in any Township Park, on Township owned land, or in any other public place, the approval in writing of Director of Parks and Recreation must be obtained by the applicant prior to the issuance of a permit.
  6. A permit issued under this by-law may be revoked at any time if a breach of this by-law, the FPPA or the Act occurs.
Pyrotechnic Special Effects Fireworks
  1. No person shall discharge pyrotechnic special effects fireworks in the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet except pursuant to the terms of permit issued by the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet for such purpose and in compliance with the provisions of this by-law and all other applicable laws.
  2. Every permit application pursuant to Section 28 shall be made to the Municipal Bylaw Enforcement Officer a minimum of 30 days prior to the event where the proposed discharging of pyrotechnic special effect fireworks is to occur.
  3. Every permit application shall include:
    1. A description of the event including:
      1. A site plan of the area, the stage and the pyrotechnic special effect fireworks storage area;
      2. A list of all the pyrotechnic special effect fireworks to be employed;;
      3. The location of all the pyrotechnic special effects fireworks; and
      4. The height, range of effect, fallout and duration of the display of pyrotechnic special effect fireworks.,
    2. A description of the fire emergency procedures;
    3. The name and address of the applicant and the sponsoring business or organization if applicable;
    4. A proof of certification of the applicant as a pyrotechnician;
    5. A proof of insurance and indemnification in accordance to section 37;
    6. A proof of consent of the owner of the property to the discharge or pyrotechnic effect fireworks in writing if the applicant is not the owner of the property;
    7. Such other information as required by the Municipal Law Enforcement Officer and/or the Fire Chief; and
    8. Payment of applicable fees as set out in Schedule "A".
  4. The Municipal By-law Enforcement Officer and I or Fire Chief may refuse any permit request if the application:
    1. Is incomplete;
    2. There are reasonable grounds for belief that the holding of the display of fireworks will result in a breach of this by-law, the FPPA or the Act.
  5. The following conditions shall apply to the holding of a display of pyrotechnic special effect fireworks under an authorization form the Municipal By-law Enforcement Officer and/or the Fire Chief issued under this by-law:
    1. The permit is valid only for the display at the place and on the date or dates set forth in the permit; or as approved by the Fire Chief;
    2. The permit holder shall supervise the display of pyrotechnic special effect fireworks;
    3. The permit holder shall provide and maintain a fully operational fire extinguishing equipment ready for immediate use; and
    4. The permit holder shall comply at all times with the requirements of the Act, FPPA and the Pyrotechnics Special Effects Manual published by Natural Resources Canada or any successor publication.
  6. No permit holder shall discharge pyrotechnic special effect fireworks except in accordance with the conditions of the permit.
  7. The permit holder shall ensure that all unused fireworks and all debris are removed.
  8. Every permit holder shall produce his or her permit upon being so directed by any person authorized to enforce this by-law.
  9. Every person who sets off pyrotechnic special effect fireworks shall take all steps reasonably necessary, as would a reasonable and prudent person, to ensure that no harm to persons, animals or damage to property shall result from the discharging off or use of Display Fireworks.
  10. If pyrotechnic special effects fireworks are to be discharged in any Township Park, on Township-owned land, or in any other public space, the approval in writing of Director of Parks and Recreation must be obtained by the applicant prior to the issuance of a permit.
  11. A permit issued under this by-law may be revoked at any time if a breach of this by-law, the FPPA or the Act occurs.
Insurance
  1. The applicant for a permit of Display Fireworks and Pyrotechnic Special Effects
    Fireworks shall put insurance in effect and maintain it in full force with an insurer
    acceptable to the Township:

    1. Commercial general liability insurance issued on an occurrence basis for an amount of not less than $5,000,000.00 per occurrence / $5,000,000. Annual aggregate for any negligent acts or omissions by the Vendor / Supplier / Applicant relating to their obligations under the Fireworks by-law. Such insurance shall include but is not limited to bodily injury and property damage including loss of use; personal injury; contractual liability; premises, property & operations; non-owed automobile; broad form property damage; Owners & Contractors protective; occurrence property damage; products; broad form completed operations; employees and volunteers as additional lnsured(s); contingent employer's liability; tenant's legal liability; cross liability and severability of interest clause. Such  insurance shall not contain an exclusion for discharging fireworks.

    2. The insurance shall add the Corporation of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet as additional Insured. This insurance shall be non-contributing with and be primary to any insurance available to the Township.

    3. Automobile liability insurance with respect to owned or leased vehicles used directly or indirectly in the performance of the services covering liability for bodily injury, death and damage to property with a limit of not less than $2,000,000 inclusive for each and every loss.

    4. Any and all deductibles applicable to the above-noted insurance policies shall be the sole responsibility of the Named Insured, and the Township shall bear no cost towards such deductibles.

    5. The vendors / contractors / applicants are responsible to effect physical damage on their assets/equipment-failure to do so will no impose any liability on the Township.

    6. The vendors / contractors / applicants shall provide the Township with a certificate of insurance evidencing coverage as noted above. Such policies shall not be cancelled, changed or lapsed unless the Insurer notifies the Township in writing at least thirty (30) days prior to the effective date of such cancellation, material change or lapse. The insurance policy will be in a form and with a company licensed to write business in the province of Ontario and which are, in all respects, acceptable to the Township.

    7. The Township reserves the right to assess exposures and add additional insurance requirements where it is deemed necessary.

    8. The applicant for a permit of Display Fireworks and Pyrotechnic Special Effects Fireworks shall indemnify and save harmless the Corporation of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet, their elected officials, officers, employees, volunteers and agents from and against any and all claims, actions, losses, expenses, fines, costs (including legal costs), interest, or damages of every nature and kind whatsoever, including, but not limited to, bodily injury or damage to or destruction of tangible property including loss of revenue arising out of or allegedly attributable to the negligence, acts, errors, omissions, whether willful or otherwise by the Vendor / Supplier / Applicant, their officers employees, volunteers, guests, invitees, agents, or others to who the Vendor/ Supplier/ Applicant is legally responsible. This indemnity shall be in addition to an not in lieu of any insurance to be provided by the Vendor / Supplier/Applicant in accordance with this agreement and shall survive this agreement.

Exemption
  1.  This by-law shall not apply to any Consumer Fireworks, Display Fireworks or Pyrotechnic Special Effect Fireworks being discharged by or on behalf of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet.
Enforcement
  1. This by-law shall be enforced by the Municipal Law Enforcement Officer of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet, the Fire Chief or his or her designate.
Obstruction
  1. No person shall obstruct, hinder, or interfere with a Municipal Law Enforcement
    Officer, or the Fire Chief in the lawful performance of their duties.

Offences and Penalties
  1. If any person/applicant or permit holder or contravenes any provision of this bylaw, the Fire Department may enter upon any lands to extinguish the fire.
  2. The owner of the land may be liable to any fees in relation to section 43 of this bylaw.
  3. Should the Fire Department cause work to be done under section 41 of this bylaw, the owner shall be responsible for any damage to property or injury to persons or animal occasioned by the said discharge of fireworks and shall be liable to pay any fees together with any cost including but not limited to personnel, equipment and apparatus necessary and called in to extinguish the said fireworks. Such total amount, together with the administrative fee, shall be added to the collector's roll of taxes to be collected and shall be subject to the same penalty and interests charges as real property taxes, and shall be collected in the like manner and with the same remedies as real property taxes.
  4. Before the certificate of the Clerk of the Corporation is issued under section 43 of this by-law, an interim certificate shall be delivered to the owner of the property that is used to the lien, as well as to all prior mortgagees or other encumbrances and the affected owner, mortgagees or other encumbrances shall have two (2) weeks from the date of the receipt of the interim certificate to appeal the amount shown thereon to the Council of the Corporation.
  5. Any person who contravenes, causes, or permits any contraventions of any of the provisions of this by-law is guilty of an offence and upon conviction, ii liable to a fine as provided for in the Provincial Offences Act or any successor.
  6. In addition to the imposing of a fine or other remedy, a Court of competent jurisdiction may, upon conviction of an offence under this By-law, issue an order;
    1. Prohibiting the continuation or repetition of the violation by the person convicted; and
    2. Requiring the person convicted to correct the contravention in the manner and within the period that the court considers appropriate.
Right of Entry
  1. Every person enforcing this by-law shall have the right of entry on any property or into any building not actually being used as a dwelling for the purpose of carrying out an inspection to determine whether this by-law is being complied with and for the enforcement of this by-law pursuant to section 436 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended from time to time.
Severability
  1. Every provision of this by-law is severable and if any provisions of this by-law should for any reason be declared invalid by any court, it is the intention and the desire of this Council that the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.
  2. Where a provision of this by-law conflicts with the provision of another by-law in force within the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet, the provision that establish the higher standards to protect the health, safety and welfare of the general public shall prevail.
  3. Nothing in this by-law relieves any person from complying with any provision of any Federal or Provincial legislation or any other by-law of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet.
Short Title
  1. This by-law may be referred to as the "Fireworks By-law".

READ A FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD TIME AND FINALLY PASSED THIS 21st DAY OF JUNE 2022.

Signed by Yves Laviolette, Acting Mayor, and Annie Rochefort, Clerk.

Gestion des déchets

Règlement 2009-55 amandé au règlement 2020-36

Incendies - Prévention et sécurité / Feux en plein air

Le Règlement 2010-86 vous permet de faire un feu en plein air uniquement dans la cour arrière de votre propriété aux conditions suivantes :

  1. Si les dimensions du feu en plein air sont inférieures à un mètre cube, aucun permis n'est requis;
  2. La base du feu en plein air doit être située à une distance minimum de cinq mètres de toute partie d'un bâtiment principal, d'un bâtiment ou d'une structure accessoire, d'une ligne arrière ou latérale d'un terrain, d'un arbre, d'une haie, d'une clôture, de câbles aériens et de toute autre matière combustible;
  3. Si ces distances minimum ne peuvent pas être respectées, le feu doit être contenu à l'intérieur d'un foyer extérieur muni d'un pare-étincelles d'une dimension maximum d'un mètre cube;
  4. Le foyer extérieur doit être situé dans la cour arrière de la propriété à une distance minimum de deux (2) mètres (6 pieds) de toute partie d'un bâtiment principal, d'un bâtiment ou d'une structure accessoire, d'une limite arrière ou latérale d'un terrain, d'un arbre, d'une haie, d'une clôture, de câbles aériens et de toute autre matière combustible;
  5. Un feu en plein air et un feu dans un foyer extérieur doivent servir à faire brûler uniquement du bois de chauffage sec. Il est interdit de brûler des produits pétroliers, du plastique, du caoutchouc, du bois traité sous pression, des ordures ou des déchets domestiques, des broussailles, de l'herbe, du gazon, des feuilles, des épines de conifère, des matières végétales ou toute autre matière qui pourraient occasionner une fumée dense, un excès de fumée ou des émanations nocives ou toxiques;
  6. Selon les conditions atmosphériques en vigueur ou prévues, les feux en plein air peuvent être interdits (smog, sécheresse, etc.);
  7. Si un feu en plein air présente un danger envers la sécurité ou la santé des personnes ou d'une propriété en raison de ses dimensions, sa localisation sur la propriété ou des matières utilisées pour alimenter le feu, il peut être ordonné que le feu soit éteint;
  8. Si le Service des incendies est appelé à intervenir pour éteindre un feu en plein air, tous les coûts engendrés seront à la charge de la personne qui a allumé le feu;
  9. La personne qui allume le feu doit se conformer à la Loi sur la protection de l'environnement de l'Ontario. Elle doit s'assurer que la fumée ne perturbe pas les activités, les usages et les droits des voisins, surveiller la direction de la fumée, s'abstenir d'allumer un feu lorsque les conditions atmosphériques sont venteuses ou brumeuses.

Normes de biens-fonds

Le règlement 2011-73.

Parcs

Le règlement 2010-63.

Permis de loteries

Le règlement 41-1997 établit un barème de frais pour les permis de loteries.

Procédures d'appel d'offres

Règlement 2014-43

Procédures d'avis

Le règlement 2012-12

Propriété des terrains

Le règlement 47-2001 (à venir)

Quais - Règlement 

Le règlement 2010-80

Redevances d'aménagement 2019-75

Règlement 2019-75 sur les redevances d'aménagement

Règlement de zonage

Le règlement 2009-50 sur le zonage

Stationnement

Le règlement 2007-75 réglemente le stationnement dans la municipalité. Le stationnement d’hiver est interdit sur les voies publiques du Canton entre minuit et 7 h du 1er novembre au 1er avril de l'année suivante. 

Tempos

Règlement 2014-42

Véhicules de rafraîchissements

Le Règlement 2014-24 régissant l'émission de permis et la règlementation de véhicules de rafraîchissements consommés par le public

Véhicules tout-terrain (VTT)

Le conseil a adopté le règlement 2012-2, celui-ci, modifie le règlement 2008-79 qui autorise une entente avec le FTA de l'Ontario pour l'utilisation de certains terrains et routes pour une piste pour les véhicules tout-terrain.

Vente de garage

Le règlement 2015-73 qui autorise les ventes de garage à certaines dates. Visitez le calendrier communautaire pour voir les dates.