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bye-law

a rule promulgated by some body other than Parliament that has effect if done in pursuance and within the limits of some higher authorization such as an Act of Parliament.
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Mr Baxter continued: "In the past we have looked into introducing a by-law about drinking alcohol in public.
Rather, the Fire Chief issued an interpretation of the 1989 General By-Law that he called a 'policy statement.' Plaintiffs have cited no case, and this court is unaware of one, where a directive or order issued by any municipal official has been deemed to be passed or adopted under any special law related to zoning.
"A majority of teachers, especially women teachers, do not receive the minimum wage and they do not get paid during the summer when there are no classes, which is unacceptable," Razzaz said, stressing "we want this by-law to ensure justice and to regulate the process."
ITF has since supported POC's stand and even stated in its letter that no presidential elections shall be made prior to the amendment of the PHILTA by-laws.
The council said it was looking to repeal the 50-year-old Westmister by-law to improve access to contraceptives and to tackle teenage pregnancies.
The internal by-law will organise the work of the parliament.
The government is committed to attending all the sessions of the Representatives Council as stipulated in the internal by-law. We will be present to discuss all issues on the agenda," he said.
TransCanada's Board of Directors also approved further amendments to By-law Number 1 today, removing the maximum notice period to submit a notice of director nominations to TransCanada, in accordance with the most recent recommended guidelines for advance notice provisions.
* Planning staff was moving forward with revising the zoning by-law which must be updated within three years after the Official Plan was approved.
City Council today approved a new heritage designation by-law for the Horticulture Building at Lansdowne.
BIRMINGHAM'S attempt to pass a by-law banning "chuggers" from the city centre has been blocked by the Government.