Capital Regional District Regulation, BC Reg 65/90

The Capital Regional District Regulation provides additional powers for the Capital Regional District. In regard to animals, the Regulation authorizes the District to enact bylaws regulating or prohibiting the keeping of domestic cats and define areas in which domestic cats may or may not be kept.

In addition, the District is granted the authority to establish pounds and other animal control bylaws to enforce any cat by-law.

The enabling statute for this Regulation is the Local Government Act, RSBC 1996, c 323.

Source: Legislation

Jurisdiction: British Columbia

Topics: animal controlCapital Regional DistrictCats

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