Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016


Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017


Bylaw 18076

June 28, 2017


Charter Bylaw 18387

June 12, 2018




6.          Urban Outdoor Farms means the cultivation and harvesting of plant and/or animal products in urban areas, primarily as an interim Use on idle or under-used land for the primary purpose of wholesale or retail sales. Cultivation and harvesting may occur within unenclosed structures primarily lit by natural light and used for the extension of the growing season, such as coldframes and hoophouses. Accessory structures may include Hen Enclosures or those used for the operation of the Site. Accessory activities may include on-Site sales, composting of plants grown on-Site, or outdoor storage. This Use does not include Livestock Operations, Rural Farms, Recreational Acreage Farms, Urban Indoor Farms, Urban Gardens, or Cannabis Production and Distribution, unless operating pursuant to a registration certificate issued by the Federal Government for personal production or designated personal production for medical Cannabis.