PART 4: USES AND USE RULES

Division 2: Defined Uses

Defined Uses A to C

Defined Uses D to H

Defined Uses I to L

Defined Uses M to O

Defined Uses P to S

Defined Uses T to Z

Defined Terms

 

180      “Dinner Theatre”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where live performance of theatre, music and dance are provided to the public;

(ii)        where food and beverages must be prepared on the premises and served to the patrons of the theatre before, during or after the performance; and

(iii)       that may have a specific licence for the sale of liquor, that is issued by the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission, that allows minors on the premises at any time;

(b)        is a use within the Eating and Drinking Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must provide a sufficient area adjacent to outdoor entry doors for patrons to queue;

(d)        must not be located within 45.0 metres of a residential district;

(e)        must not have any openings, except emergency exits, loading bay doors or non-opening windows on a façade that faces a residential district or abuts a lane separating the parcel from a residential district;

(f)        must not have an exterior entrance located on a façade that faces a residential district, unless that façade is separated from the residential district by an intervening street;

(g)        requires a minimum of 2.85 motor vehicle parking stalls per 10.0 square metres of public area;

(h)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(i)         requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 250.0 square metres of public area.

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181      “Distribution Centre”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where goods are stored inside a building for a short duration before being loaded onto transport trucks;

(ii)        where the use has a gross floor area that is a minimum of 20 000.0 square metres;

(iii)       where areas of the parcel are used for movement of transport trucks on, off and within the parcel;

(iv)       that does not accommodate the manufacture of any goods;

(v)        that does not accommodate the display or sale of goods; and

(vi)       may include the administrative functions associated with the use.

(b)        is a use within the Storage Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must provide screening for loading docks when the loading docks are within view of an expressway or major street;

(d)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls that is the greater of:

(i)         1.0 stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area for the first 2000.0 square metres, and then 1.0 stall for each subsequent 500.0 square metres; or

(ii)        1.0 stalls per three (3) employees based on the maximum number of employees at the use at any given time;

(e)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(f)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 2000.0 square metres of gross usable floor area.

67P2008

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182      “Drinking Establishment – Large”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where liquor is sold for consumption on the premises;

(ii)        where a specific licence for the sale of liquor is issued by the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission, that restricts minors on the premises;

(iii)       that may include the preparation and sale of food for consumption on the premises;

(iv)       that has a public area of 300.0 square metres or greater; and

(v)        that may have a maximum of 10.0 square metres of public area used for the purpose of providing entertainment;

(b)        is a use within the Eating and Drinking Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must not have any openings, except emergency exits, loading bay doors or non-opening windows, on a façade that faces a residential district or abuts a lane separating the parcel from a residential district;

(d)        must not have an exterior entrance located on a façade that faces a residential district, unless that façade is separated from the residential district by an intervening street;

(e)        must not be within 45.0 metres of a residential district when the use is located within the S-R District, which must be measured from the building containing the use to the nearest property line of a parcel designated as a residential district;

(f)        requires a minimum of 2.85 motor vehicle parking stalls per 10.0 square metres of public area;

(g)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(h)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 250.0 square metres of public area.

67P2008, 51P2008, 75P2008, 9P2012

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183      “Drinking Establishment – Medium”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where liquor is sold for consumption on the premises;

(ii)        where a specific licence for the sale of liquor is issued by the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission, that restricts minors on the premises;

(iii)       that may include the preparation and sale of food for consumption on the premises;

(iv)       that has a public area greater than 75.0 square metres and less than 300.0 square metres; and

(v)        that may have a maximum of 10.0 square metres of public area used for the purpose of providing entertainment;

(b)        is a use within the Eating and Drinking Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must not have any openings, except emergency exits, loading bay doors or non-opening windows, on a façade that faces a residential district or abuts a lane separating the parcel from a residential district;

(d)        must not have an exterior entrance located on a façade that faces a residential district, unless that façade is separated from the residential district by an intervening street;

(e)        must not be within 45.0 metres of a residential district when the use is located within the  C-C1, C-C2, C-COR1, C-COR2, CC-COR, CC-X, MU-2 and S-R Districts, which must be measured from the building containing the use to the nearest property line of a parcel designated as a residential district;

(f)        requires a minimum of 2.85 motor vehicle parking stalls per 10.0 square metres of public area;

(g)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(h)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 250.0 square metres of public area.

67P2008, 51P2008, 75P2008, 9P2012, 20P2017

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184      “Drinking Establishment – Small”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where liquor is sold for consumption on the premises;

(ii)        where a specific licence for the sale of liquor is issued by the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission, that restricts minors on the premises;

(iii)       that may include the preparation and sale of food for consumption on the premises;

(iv)       that has a public area of 75.0 square metres or less; and

(v)        that may have a maximum of 10.0 square metres of public area used for the purpose of providing entertainment;

(b)        is a use within the Eating and Drinking Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must not have any openings, except emergency exits, loading bay doors or non-opening windows, on a façade that faces a residential district or abuts a lane separating the parcel from a residential district;

(d)        must not have an exterior entrance located on a façade that faces a residential district, unless that façade is separated from the residential district by an intervening street;

(e)        requires a minimum of 2.85 motor vehicle parking stalls per 10.0 square metres of public area;

(f)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(g)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 250.0 square metres of public area.

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185      “Drive Through”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where services are provided to patrons who are in a motor vehicle; and

(ii)        that will always be approved with another use;

(b)        is a use within the Subordinate Use Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        may have outdoor speakers provided:

(i)         the speakers are not located within 23.0 metres of a property line of any parcel designated as a residential district; or

(ii)        they are separated from a residential district by a building;

(d)        must screen any drive through aisles that are adjacent to a residential district;

(e)        must not have any drive through aisles in a setback area;

(f)        must fence any drive through aisles, where necessary, to prevent access to a lane or street;

(g)        must not have pedestrian access into the premises that crosses a drive through aisle;

(h)        must have 5.0 vehicle stacking spaces per order board or ordering window, for the purpose of queuing motor vehicles;

(i)         requires a minimum of 5.0 motor vehicle parking stalls; and

(j)         does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

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186      “Dry-cleaning and Fabric Care Plant”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where clothes, fabrics or rugs are cleaned;

(ii)        where solvents are used in the process of laundering;

(iii)       that has a gross floor area larger than 150.0 square metres;

(iv)       where vehicles may pick up and deliver items associated with the use;

(iv.1)    that may have an area for customers to drop-off and pick-up the clothes, fabrics or rugs;

(v)        that may contain the administrative functions associated with the use; and

(vi)       that does not involve the production or sale of goods as part of the use;

(b)        is a use within the General Industrial Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls that is the greater of:

(i)         1.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area for the first 2000.0 square metres, and then 1.0 stalls for each subsequent 500.0 square metres; or

(ii)        1.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per three (3) employees based on the maximum number of employees at the use at any given time;

(d)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(e)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 2000.0 square metres of gross usable floor area.

32P2009, 9P2012

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187      “Duplex Dwelling”

(a)        means a building which contains two Dwelling Units, one located above the other, with each having a separate entrance;

(b)        is a use within the Residential Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        requires a minimum of 1.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per Dwelling Unit; and

(d)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

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188      “Dwelling Unit”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         that contains two or more rooms used or designed to be used as a residence by one or more persons; and

(ii)        that contains a kitchen, living, sleeping and sanitary facilities;

(b)        is a use within the Residential Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls in accordance with the District the use is listed in;

(d)        requires a minimum of 0.5 bicycle parking stalls – class 1 per Dwelling Unit for developments greater than 20 Dwelling Units; and

(e)        requires a minimum of 0.1 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per Dwelling Unit for developments greater than 20 Dwelling Units.

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189      “Emergency Shelter”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         that may provide transitional housing for people in need of shelter;

(ii)        that may provide temporary accommodation for persons in need of short term accommodation;

(ii.1)     that may include sobering facilities, but does not include treatment for an addiction;

(iii)       that may offer health, education, and other programs and services to the population the use serves;

(iv)       that may provide a food preparation, kitchen or eating area for the staff or population the use serves;

(v)        that has staff providing supervision of the people being accommodated at all times the facility operates; and

(vi)       that must be approved only on a parcel designated as a Direct Control District that specifically includes Emergency Shelter as a use;

(b)        is a use within the Direct Control Uses Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw; and

(c)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls and bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2, based on a parking study required at the time of land use redesignation application.

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190      “Equipment Yard”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where equipment used in road construction, building construction, agricultural operations, oil and gas operations or other similar industries are stored or rented when they are not being used;

(ii)        that may be located within or outside of a building;

(iii)       that may be combined with Vehicle Storage – Large;

(iv)       where the vehicles and equipment stored or rented may be serviced, cleaned, tested or repaired;

(v)        that may include the incidental sale of used vehicles and equipment that were previously stored or rented on the parcel; and

(vi)       that does not involve the storage of derelict vehicles, derelict equipment or construction material;

(b)        is a use within the Storage Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        requires the following minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls:

(i)         for a building, the greater of:

(A)       1.0 stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area for the first 2000.0 square metres, and then 1.0 stalls for each subsequent 500.0 square metres; or

(B)       1.0 stalls per three (3) employees, based on the maximum number of employees at the use at any given time; and

(ii)        for outdoor storage:

(A)       0.25 stalls per 100.0 square metres of outdoor storage area for areas up to 4000.0 square metres; and

(B)       0.1 stalls per 100.0 square metres thereafter; and

(d)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

32P2009

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191      “Extensive Agriculture”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where land is used to raise crops or graze livestock outdoors;

(ii)         where trees and shrubs are intensively grown outdoors;

(iii)       that may have ancillary agricultural buildings and structures that support the outdoor activities; and

(iv)      that may include ancillary structures for small-scale subsidiary agricultural pursuits;

(b)        is a use within the Agriculture and Animal Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        where an ancillary structure is a greenhouse in the S-FUD or S-TUC District:

(i)         it is limited to a maximum of 200 square metres in gross floor area;

(ii)        it must be 30 metres from a Dwelling Unit located on a parcel in a residential district or in another municipality, measured from the closest point of the greenhouse to the closet point of the Dwelling Unit; and

(iii)        it must use existing approved road access;

(d)        does not require motor vehicle parking stalls; and

(e)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

49P2017

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192      “Fertilizer Plant”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where fertilizers are manufactured, packaged or stored in bulk quantities; and

(ii)        that must be approved only on a parcel designated as a Direct Control District that specifically includes Fertilizer Plant as a use;

(b)        is a use within the Direct Control Uses Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw; and

(c)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls, based on a parking study required at the time of land use redesignation application.

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193      “Financial Institution”

 

(a)        means a use where:

(i)            banks, credit unions, trust companies, and treasury branches operate, but does not include

(A)       Pawn Shops or businesses that offer financing for products sold at that business; or,

(B)       businesses that solely offer secured or guaranteed financing;

(C)       Payday Loans; or

(ii)        three or more automated banking machines are located directly adjacent to each other;

(b)        is a use within the Sales Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must not be combined with a Drive Through in the C-N1 and C-COR1 Districts;

(d)        requires a minimum of 3.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area; and

(e)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

43P2015

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194      “Firing Range”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where firearms are discharged outdoors for recreation, sport or training purposes;

(ii)        that may provide a building containing change rooms, washrooms or showers and rooms for the administrative functions and storage required for the use;

(iii)       that may provide seating areas for the occasional viewing of the sport associated with the use; and

(iv)       that must be approved only on a parcel designated as a Direct Control District that specifically includes Firing Range as a use;

(b)        is a use within the Direct Control Uses Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw; and

(c)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls, based on a parking study required at the time of land use redesignation application.

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195      “Fitness Centre”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where space, equipment or instruction is provided for people to pursue physical fitness or skills relating to physical activities; and

(ii)        that may include the incidental sale of products relating to the service provided;

(b)        is a use within the Culture and Leisure Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        requires a minimum of 5.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area;

(d)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(e)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 250.0 square metres of gross usable floor area.

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195.1   “Fleet Service”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where vehicles used for the common purpose of providing transportation or services to persons or goods are stored, repaired, cleaned and otherwise maintained for safe operation when not in use;

(ii)        where the vehicles may include buses, couriers, limousines, taxis or roadside assistance vehicles;

(iii)       that may include the dispatch and administrative operations associated with the use; and

(iv)       that does not involve the production, display, sale or rental of vehicles as part of the use;

(b)        is a use within the Automotive Service Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must provide a stall for every vehicle stored on the parcel, which must be shown on the plan submitted for a development permit;

(d)        requires a minimum of 1.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area for the exclusive use of the customers and employees of the use, and these motor vehicle parking stalls must be:

(i)         signed as being for the exclusive use of the customers and employees of the use; and

(ii)        shown on the plan submitted for a development permit;

(e)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(f)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 2000.0 square metres of gross usable floor area;

32P2009

196      deleted

32P2009

197      deleted

32P2009

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198      “Food Kiosk”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where food and beverages are provided for immediate consumption;

(ii)        that must not have a seating area;

(iii)       that has a maximum gross floor area of 75.0 square metres;

(iv)       that may have a permanent foundation; and

(v)        that must not be combined with a Drive Through;

(b)        is a use within the Eating and Drinking Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        requires a minimum of 4.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area; and

(d)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

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198.1      “Food Production”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where plants are grown to produce food in a building;

(ii)        that may include hydroponics, aquaponics and vertical growing;

(iii)       where food grown on-site may be processed and packaged;

(iv)       that may include aquaculture only when the use is in the I-G or I-H Districts;

(v)       where no dust or vibration is seen or felt outside of the building containing the use; and

(vi)      where all of the processes and functions associated with the use are contained in a fully enclosed building;

(b)        is a use in the General Industrial Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)       where the Development Authority may require, as a condition of a development permit, equipment designed and intended to remove odours from the air where it is discharged from the building as part of a ventilation system;

(d)        where the Development Authority may require, as a condition of a development permit, a Public Utility and Waste Management Plan, completed by a qualified professional, that includes detail on:

(i)         the management and disposal of waste products and airborne emissions, including smell;

(ii)        the quantity and characteristics of liquid and waste material discharged the use; and

(iii)       the method and location of collection and disposal of liquid and waste material;

(e)       requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls that is the greater of:

(i)         1.0 stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area for the first 2000.0 square metres, and then 1.0 stalls for each subsequent 500.0 square metres; and

(ii)       1.0 stalls per three (3) employees based on the maximum number of employees at the use at any given time;

(f)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and;

(g)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 2000.0 square metres of gross usable floor area.

49P2017

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199       “Freight Yard”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where goods are transported to a parcel for pick-up or distribution;

(ii)        where goods are stored in a trailer, shipping container, pole barn, quonset hut or other moveable, nonpermanent structure with a roof;

(iii)       where goods may be moved from one container to another for transport off the parcel;

(iv)       where goods are not stored in a permanent building;

(v)        where goods may be stacked or piled outside;

(vi)       where goods being stored are not motor vehicles, equipment or waste;

(vii)      where no production or sale of any goods as part of the use is allowed; and

(viii)     that may have a building for administrative purposes;

(b)        is a use within the Storage Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls that is the greater of:

(i)        1.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area for the first 2000.0 square metres, and then 1.0 stalls for each subsequent 500.0 square metres; or

(ii)        1.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per three (3) employees based on the maximum number of employees at the use at any given time; and

(d)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

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200      “Funeral Home”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where funerals are arranged and held;

(ii)        where the deceased are prepared for burial or cremation;

(iii)       that may accommodate one cremation chamber and

(iv)       that may include a Columbarium;

(b)        is a use within the Care and Health Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        requires a minimum of 2.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area for non-assembly areas, and a minimum of 1.0 stalls per four (4) person capacity for the largest assembly area in the building, which is calculated by one of the following methods:

(i)         one (1) person per 0.75 square metres for areas of non-fixed seating;

(ii)        one (1) person per individual fixed seat for areas where individual fixed seats are the primary method of accommodating people;

(iii)       one (1) person per 0.5 linear metres of bench seating; or

(iv)       the maximum capacity of the assembly area as stated in the development permit; and

(d)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

39P2010

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201      “Gaming Establishment – Bingo”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where bingo games are held on three or more days in any one calendar week; and

(ii)        that occurs entirely within a building that has the capacity to accommodate more than 250 persons at any one time;

(b)        is a use within the Culture and Leisure Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must not have any openings, except emergency exits, loading bay doors or non-opening windows on a façade that faces a residential district or abuts a lane separating the parcel from a residential district;

(d)        must not have an exterior entrance located on a façade that faces a residential district, unless that façade is separated from the residential district by an intervening street;

(e)        requires 1.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per 3.5 seats, based on the maximum capacity stated in the development permit; and

(f)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

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202      “Gaming Establishment – Casino”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where gambling occurs, but does not include Gaming Establishment – Bingo or a Race Track; and

(ii)        that must be approved only on a parcel designated as a Direct Control District that specifically includes Gaming Establishment – Casino as a use;

(b)        is a use within the Direct Control Use Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must not have any openings, except emergency exits, loading bay doors or non-opening windows on a façade that faces a residential district or abuts a lane separating the parcel from a residential district;

(d)        must not have an exterior entrance located on a façade that faces a residential district, unless that façade is separated from the residential district by an intervening street; and

(e)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls, based on a parking study required at the time of land use redesignation application.

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203      “Gas Bar”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where automotive fuels are sold;

(ii)        where motor vehicle accessories and products may be sold; and

(iii)       where any building that is not combined with another use has a maximum gross floor area of 40.0 square metres;

(b)        is a use within the Automotive Service Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must not have a canopy that exceeds 5.0 metres in height when measured from grade;

(d)        must have fully recessed canopy lighting;

(e)        may have an outdoor display of products related to the use, provided they are within 4.5 metres of the building entrance or on gas pump islands;

(f)        requires a minimum of 2.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area; and

(g)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

13P2009

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203.1   “General Industrial – Heavy”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where any of the following activities occur:

(A)       the manufacturing, fabricating, processing, assembly or disassembly of materials, semi-finished goods, finished goods, food, beverages, products or equipment, provided live animals are not involved in any aspect of the operation;

(B)       the cleaning, servicing, testing, repairing or maintenance of industrial or commercial goods and equipment; or

(C)       the crushing, dismantling, sorting or processing of discarded goods, provided these activities do not involve chemicals or the application of heat;

(ii)        where part or all of the processes and functions associated with the use are located outside of a building, including the function of using trailer units or railway cars prior to shipping;

(iii)       where dust or vibration may be seen or felt beyond the parcel containing the use; and

(iv)       that may include Food Production;

(b)        is a use within the General Industrial Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls that is the greater of:

(i)         1.0 stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area for the first 2000.0 square metres, and then 1.0 stalls for each subsequent 500.0 square metres; or

(ii)        1.0 stalls per three (3) employees based on the maximum number of employees at the use at any given time;

(d)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(e)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 2000.0 square metres of gross usable floor area.

13P2009, 49P2017

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203.2   “General Industrial – Light”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where any of the following activities occur:

(A)       the manufacturing, fabricating, processing, assembly or disassembly of materials, semi-finished goods, finished goods, food, beverages, products or equipment, provided live animals are not involved in any aspect of the operation;

(B)       the cleaning, servicing, testing, repairing or maintenance of industrial or commercial goods and equipment;

(C)       the offices or workshops of contractors engaged in either building trades and services, or road and utility construction;

(D)       the crushing, dismantling, sorting or processing of discarded goods, provided these activities do not involve chemicals or the application of heat;

(E)       the warehousing, shipping and distribution of goods, including the functions of repackaging and wholesaling, provided the gross floor area of the warehouse is less than 20 000.0 square metres;

(F)       the analysis or testing of materials or substances in a laboratory;

(G)       research and development; or

(H)       the repair, service or refurbishment of furniture, electronic equipment and appliances that are used in the home;

(ii)        that may include any of the following uses:

(A)       deleted;

(B)       Health Services Laboratory – Without Clients;

(C)       Printing, Publishing and Distributing; and

(D)       Food Production;

(iii)       where all of the processes and functions associated with the use are contained within a fully enclosed building; and

(iv)       where no dust or vibration is seen or felt outside of the building containing the use;

(b)        is a use within the General Industrial Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        that may have a limited area for the accessory outdoor storage of goods, materials or supplies when located in the I-G, I-R, I-C or I-H Districts;

(d)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls that is the greater of:

(i)         1.0 stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area for the first 2000.0 square metres, and then 1.0 stalls for each subsequent 500.0 square metres; or

(ii)        1.0 stalls per three (3) employees based on the maximum number of employees at the use at any given time;

(e)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(f)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 2000.0 square metres of gross usable floor area.

32P2009, 39P2010, 49P2017

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203.3   “General Industrial – Medium”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where any of the following activities occur:

(A)       the manufacturing, fabricating, processing, assembly or disassembly of materials, semi-finished goods, finished goods, food, beverages, products or equipment, provided live animals are not involved in any aspect of the operation;

(B)       the cleaning, servicing, testing, repairing or maintenance of industrial or commercial goods and equipment;

(C)       the offices or workshops of contractors engaged in either building trades and services, or road and utility construction;

(D)       the crushing, dismantling, sorting or processing of discarded goods, provided these activities do not involve chemicals or the application of heat;

(E)       the warehousing, shipping and distribution of goods, including the functions of repackaging and wholesaling, provided the gross floor area of the warehouse is less than 20 000.0 square metres;

(F)       the analysis or testing of materials or substances in a laboratory; or

(G)       research and development;

(ii)        where part of the processes and functions associated with the use may be located outside of a building, including the function of using trailer units or railway cars prior to shipping;

(iii)       where dust or vibration may be seen or felt outside of the building containing the use provided it is contained on the parcel; and

(iv)       that may include Food Production;

(b)        is a use within the General Industrial Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls that is the greater of:

(i)         1.0 stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area for the first 2000.0 square metres, and then 1.0 stalls for each subsequent 500.0 square metres; or

(ii)        1.0 stalls per three (3) employees based on the maximum number of employees at the use at any given time;

(d)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(e)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 2000.0 square metres of gross usable floor area.

32P2009, 49P2017

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204      “Health Services Laboratory – With Clients”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where bodily samples are taken from members of the public, to be tested;

(ii)        where imaging technology is employed on members of the public, for medical assessments; or

(iii)       where prosthetics, dental aids or medical devices are fitted or serviced;

(b)        is a use within the Care and Health Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must not create electronic interference which would be considered objectionable outside of the use;

(d)        requires a minimum of 4.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area;

(e)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(f)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 250.0 square metres of gross usable floor area.

15P2008, 9P2012

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205      “Health Services Laboratory – Without Clients”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where any of the following activities occur:

(A)       bodily samples are tested;

(B)       medical assessments and research are conducted; or

(C)       prosthetics, dental aids or medical devices are serviced; and

(ii)        where no members of the public visit the use for any reason;

(b)        is a use within the Industrial Support Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must not create electronic interference which would be considered objectionable, outside of the use;

(d)        requires a minimum of 2.0 motor vehicle parking stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area;

(e)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

(f)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 250.0 square metres of gross usable floor area.

13P2008, 9P2012

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206      “Hide Processing Plant”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where animal hides and other animal by-products are processed; and

(ii)        must be approved only in a Direct Control District that specifically includes Hide Processing Plant as a use;

(b)        is a use within the Direct Control Uses Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw; and

(c)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls, based on a parking study required at the time of land use redesignation application.

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206.1   “Home Based Child Care – Class 1”

(a)        means:

(i)         an incidental use by a resident of a Dwelling Unit for the purpose of providing temporary care or supervision to a maximum of 6 children:

(A)       under the age of 13 years, or children of 13 or 14 years of age who, because of a special need, require child care; and

(B)       for periods of less than 24 consecutive hours;

(ii)        a use where no other person, other than a resident of the Dwelling Unit, works at the Dwelling Unit where the use is located;

(b)        is a use within the Subordinate Use Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must not be located in a Dwelling Unit containing another Home Based Child Care – Class 1 or Class 2, or Home Occupation – Class 2;

(c.1)    must not display any signs related to the use on the parcel;     

(d)        must have screening for any outdoor play areas;

(e)        does not require additional motor vehicle parking stalls; and

(f)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

17P2009, 5P2013

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206.2   “Home Based Child Care – Class 2”

(a)        means:

(i)         an incidental use by a resident of a Contextual Single Detached Dwelling or Single Detached Dwelling for the purpose of providing temporary care or supervision to a maximum of 10 children:

(A)       under the age of 13 years, or children of 13 or 14 years of age who, because of a special need, require child care; and

(B)       for periods of less than 24 consecutive hours;

(ii)        a use that may have a maximum of one non-resident employee at any one time working at the residence where the use is located;

(b)        is a use within the Subordinate Use Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        must be located on a parcel with a parcel width equal to or greater than 9.0 metres;

(d)        may have an outdoor play area on the parcel, provided the outdoor play area:

(i)         is screened by a fence;

(ii)        is shown on the plan submitted for a development permit;

(e)        must not:

(i)         locate play structures within an actual front setback area; and

(ii)        display any signs related to the use on the parcel;

(f)        requires a minimum of 1.0 motor vehicle parking stalls in addition to the motor vehicle parking stalls required for the Contextual Single Detached Dwelling or Single Detached Dwelling;

(g)        requires a minimum of 1.0 pick-up and drop-off stalls; and

(h)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2;

17P2009, 5P2013

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207      “Home Occupation – Class 1”

(a)        means:

(i)        the incidental use by a resident of a Dwelling Unit for business purposes; and

(ii)       a use that meets all the rules of this section;

(b)        is a use within the Subordinate Use Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)       may have a maximum of three (3) business associated vehicle visits per week which includes but is not limited to drop-offs, pick-ups, deliveries, and visits from customers or consultants;

(d)       may only have residents of the Dwelling Unit work on the parcel where the use is located;

(e)       must not use the private garage or Accessory Residential Building for business related activities, including storage;

(f)        is limited to a maximum of two (2) per Dwelling Unit, with a combined maximum of three (3) business associated vehicle visits per week, as described in section 207(c);

(g)       must not create electronic interference, dust, noise, odour, smoke or anything of an offensive or objectionable nature, which is detectable to normal sensory perception, outside the building containing the use;

(h)       must not display any form of signage related to the use on the parcel;

(i)        must not advertise the address of the use to the general public;

(j)        may only occupy the lesser of 20.0 per cent of the cumulative floor area of the Dwelling Unit, or 30.0 square metres;

(k)       must not have any activities related to the use take place outside of a Dwelling Unit, which includes the outside storage of materials, tools, products or equipment;

(l)        may only have one (1) vehicle, associated with the use, provided that vehicle is not a large vehicle;

(m)      must not directly sell any goods at the premises, unless they are incidental and related to the services provided by the use;

(n)       does not require additional motor vehicle parking stalls; and

(o)       does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

 

67P2008, 14P2010, 9P2012, 44P2013

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208       “Home Occupation – Class 2”

(a)        means the incidental use by a resident of a Dwelling Unit for business purposes;

(b)        is a use within the Subordinate Use Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        may have more than three (3) business associated vehicle visits per week which includes but is not limited to drop-offs, pick-ups, deliveries, and visits from customers or consultants;

(d)        may only have one (1) non-residents of the Dwelling Unit work on the  parcel where the use is located;

(e)        may use the private garage or Accessory Residential Building  for business related activities, including storage;

(f)         is limited to one (1) per Dwelling Unit;

(g)        must not create electronic interference, dust, noise, odour, smoke or anything of an offensive or objectionable nature, which is detectable to normal sensory perception, outside the building containing the use;

(h)        must not display any form of signage related to the use on the parcel ;

(i)        must not advertise the address of the use to the general public;

(j)        may only occupy the lesser of 20.0 per cent of the cumulative floor area of the Dwelling Unit, or 30.0 square metres;

(k)        must not have any activities related to the use take place outside of a Dwelling Unit, which includes the outside storage of materials, tools, products or equipment;

(l)        may only have one (1) vehicle, associated with the use, provided that vehicle is not a large vehicle;

(m)      must not generate more than five (5) business associated vehicle visits to the parcel on any one day, to a maximum of 15 business associated vehicle visits per week;

(n)        must not directly sell any goods at the premises, unless they are incidental and related to the services provided by the use;

(o)       requires a minimum of 1.0 motor vehicle parking stalls  in addition to the motor vehicle parking stalls required for the Dwelling Unit the use is located in, where the number of business associated vehicle visits per week exceeds three (3); and

(p)      does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

14P2010, 9P2012, 5P2013, 44P2013

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208.1   “Hospital”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         that maintains and operates facilities for both inpatient and outpatient medical care;

(ii)        that may include long-term and short-term care, overnight stays, diagnostic, laboratory, and surgical services, for the treatment of human illness, injury, and disease; and

(iii)       that may include the accessory uses necessary for the functioning of the institution;

(b)        is a use within the Care and Health Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls based on a parking study required at the time of land use redesignation application;

(d)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 1 per 1000.0 square metres of gross usable floor area; and

(e)        requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 1000.0 square metres gross usable floor area.

14P2010

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209       “Hotel”

(a)        means a use:

(i)         where sleeping accommodation, other than a Dwelling Unit, is provided to visitors for remuneration; and

(ii)        that may be combined with a use from the Eating and Drinking Group in Schedule A when such a use is contained within a Hotel;

(b)        is a use within the Residential Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

(c)        does not have a maximum use area in any District;

(d)        must not have more than 20 guest rooms in all mixed use districts and the C-C2, C-COR1 and C-COR2 Districts when located within 45.0 metres of a low density residential districts, which must be measured from the building containing the use to the nearest property line of a parcel designated as a low density residential district;

(e)        located in the I-B District must not have a building height greater than 11.0 metres where the parcel containing the Hotel shares a property line with a low density residential district; and

(e.1)     when it is combined with a use from the Eating and Drinking Group in Schedule A as allowed in subsection (a)(ii), must also comply with the rules for that use;

(f)        requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls for the sleeping accommodation that is the greater of:

(i)         1.0 stalls per 2.5 guest rooms: or

(ii)        1.0 stalls per guest room when the parcel on which the building containing the use is located adjacent to or separated by a lane or street from a low density residential district.

(g)        does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1 or class 2.

67P2008, 20P2017

210      deleted

 

39P2010

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