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Urban municipality 4(2) An urban municipality may be formed for an area with at least 1,000 residents and a population density of at least 400 residents per square kilometre. (« territoire non organisé du Nord ») Application of Division to Winnipeg and to land in Winnipeg 5(2) This Division does not apply to land within the boundaries of The City of Winnipeg, but for the purposes of this Division The City of Winnipeg is deemed to be a municipality in relation to land outside the boundaries of The City of Winnipeg to the following extent: (a) the council of The City of Winnipeg may initiate a proposal and make application under this Division to annex land outside the boundaries of The City of Winnipeg and annexation regulations may be made in relation to the proposal and application; (b) The City of Winnipeg is entitled to receive notice of a proposal that affects it and to participate in proceedings arising from the proposal; (c) regulations annexing land from a municipality to The City of Winnipeg may be made under section 48. PART 2 FORMATION, FUNDAMENTAL CHANGES AND DISSOLUTION DIVISION 1 TYPES OF MUNICIPALITIES Types of municipalities that may be formed 4(1) The following types of municipalities may be formed under this Part: (a) an urban municipality; (b) a rural municipality. DIVISION 2 MUNICIPALITIES OUTSIDE THE BOUNDARIES OF WINNIPEG SUBDIVISION 1 GENERAL Definitions 5(1) In this Division, "contiguous" in the case of land means that the land (a) forms a continuous and unbroken piece, or (b) is comprised of two or more parcels or areas that would form a continuous and unbroken piece of land but for their being separated by (i) a public road allowance, (ii) a railway right-of-way, (iii) a transmission or distribution line right-of-way for a power, telephone or gas utility, or (iv) a municipal road or highway; (« contigu ») "unorganized territory" means any part of the province that is not in a municipality, and includes unorganized territory in Northern Manitoba; (« territoire non organisé ») "unorganized territory in Northern Manitoba" means that part of Northern Manitoba as defined in The Northern Affairs Act in respect of which the Minister of Aboriginal and Northern Affairs has the powers, rights and privileges that an incorporated community has within its boundaries under The Northern Affairs Act.

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Sufficiency of petition 11(1) A petition is sufficient if it complies with this section. Notice when voters are proponents 13(3) When a proposal is initiated by persons who would be voters of the municipality proposed to be formed or are voters of the municipality proposed to be dissolved, the representative of the persons must without delay give a copy of the proposal to (a) the minister; and (b) every municipality and local authority that could be affected by it. Consultations and report when no negotiations 15 A municipality that initiates a proposal for the formation of a municipality from land all of which is located in the proponent municipality must without delay (a) consult about the proposal with local authorities and the public in a manner that substantially accords with the process for consultation set out in the proposal; (b) prepare a report that includes the matters described in clauses 14(3)(c) to (f); and (c) file with The Municipal Board the report and a copy of each study prepared by or for the proponent. Notice of report 24(3) The Municipal Board must without delay (a) give a copy of its report to the proponent and any person to whom the proponent is required to give a copy of the proposal under section 13; (b) notify every affected municipality that it must make a copy of the report available for inspection at the municipal office on request; and (c) notify each person who filed an objection to, or who in writing indicated support for, the application that a copy of the report is available for inspection on request at the municipal office of every affected municipality. Reference to Municipal Board 26 If the minister has referred a report of The Municipal Board to the Lieutenant Governor in Council, the Lieutenant Governor in Council, whether or not it has made a regulation in relation to the report, may (a) refer any matter relating to the formation or dissolution of the municipality to The Municipal Board for its consideration and recommendations; and (b) request the Board to make recommendations on any other matter that the Lieutenant Governor in Council considers relevant. Dissolution regulation 31(1) The Lieutenant Governor in Council may dissolve a municipality by regulation. ELIGIBILITY FOR NOMINATION AND ELECTION Eligibility for nomination and election 90(1) A person is eligible to be nominated as a candidate and elected as a member of a council if the person is (a) at least 18 years of age on the day of the election; (b) a Canadian citizen; (c) a resident of the province; (d) a voter of the municipality; and (e) not subject to any disqualification under this or any other Act. 73, is eligible to be nominated and elected as a member of the council of the City of Flin Flon. (« règlement sur les bâtiments abandonnés ») "derelict property" means real property upon which is located a vacant dwelling or non-residential building that is not in compliance with the municipality's derelict building by-law. Representative of petitioners 11(6) The petition must have attached to it a signed statement of the individual named as the representative of the petitioners under clause 12(e) that he or she is so named and that any inquiry or notice respecting the petition may be directed to the individual at an address that is set out in the statement. Notice when report not to be considered 18 When (a) a proponent indicates in the report that he or she does not wish to proceed with the formation of the municipality; and (b) The Municipal Board decides not to consider the application; The Municipal Board must without delay give notice to the proponent, every person to whom the proponent was required to give a copy of the proposal under section 13 and anyone else the Board considers should be notified. When hearing may be held 21(2) The Municipal Board may hold a hearing even though the proponent does not wish the formation or dissolution to proceed and may make any order it considers necessary as to the nature of the application and the conduct of the matter before the Board. Vote held by municipality 23(3) If a municipality holds a vote, the vote must be held in accordance with The Municipal Councils and School Boards Elections Act as modified by the directions given by The Municipal Board. Requirements of regulation 30(2) A formation regulation must (a) describe the boundaries of the municipality to be formed; (b) give the municipality the status of an urban municipality or a rural municipality; (c) in the case of a rural municipality, give it the name of "The Rural Municipality of [insert name]" or "The Municipality of [insert name]"; (d) in the case of an urban municipality, give it the name of "The City of [insert name]", "The Town of [insert name]", "The Village of [insert name]" or "The Municipality of [insert name]"; (d.1) in the case of a municipality that is formed by the amalgamation of two or more municipalities, give it the name of "The Municipality of [insert name]", or such other name as may be approved by the minister; and (e) state the number of members of the council. SUBDIVISION 4 AMALGAMATION AND ANNEXATION PROPOSALS Proponents 34(1) A proposal to amalgamate two or more municipalities or for the annexation by a municipality of land from another municipality may be initiated by (a) the minister; or (b) the council of a municipality. Initiating an annexation 75(1) The council of a municipality may request the annexation of land from The City of Winnipeg by making a request to the minister that describes the area of land to be annexed. PART 3 COUNCILS DIVISION 1 GENERAL Council is governing body 77(1) Each municipality is governed by a council. Content of by-law 87(5) A by-law under this section must (a) divide the municipality into wards and establish their boundaries; and (b) give each ward a name or number, or both. Counting the number of petitioners 11(5) In determining whether the required number of persons have signed the petition, a person's name is not to be counted if (a) the information required under subsection (2) about the petitioner is not provided or the information, other than the signature, is not legible and cannot easily be determined by the secretary of The Municipal Board; (b) the person's signature is not witnessed, or the witness has not made the statutory declaration required under clause (3)(b); or (c) the person signed the petition more than 90 days before the petition was filed under subsection 10(3) or more than 150 days before the petition was re-filed with The Municipal Board under subsection (10). When report or consultation insufficient 17 If The Municipal Board determines (a) that the report (i) does not accurately or sufficiently meet the requirements of subsection 14(3) or clause 15(b), as the case may be, or (ii) is inadequate in form; or (b) that the consultation about the proposal was not sufficient in the circumstances, it may require the proponent to remedy the deficiency in the report or consultation. When hearing required 21(1) The Municipal Board must hold a hearing if (a) the Board is satisfied that there is general agreement with the application but an objection is filed with it within the specified time by (i) a person to whom the proponent is required to give a copy of the proposal under section 13, or (ii) at least 25 persons who would be voters if the municipality were formed or who are voters of the municipality proposed to be dissolved; or (b) the Board is not satisfied that there is general agreement with the application by persons to whom the proponent is required to give a copy of the proposal under section 13. Failure to conduct study 23(2) Despite anything in this Division, The Municipal Board may decline to consider the position of a person, municipality or local authority that fails to comply with a request under clause (1)(e). Formation regulation 30(1) The Lieutenant Governor in Council may form a municipality by regulation. Use of former name 33(2) The use of the former name of the municipality in any proceedings, agreements, notices or documents after the name is changed does not affect their validity. Interpretation 74(2) The powers of the minister under Subdivision 5 (General Provisions Relating to Regulations) of Division 2 are to be read as powers of the Lieutenant Governor in Council. Public notice required 87(4) The council must give public notice of the proposed by-law before third reading. Power on review 89(3) If on a review The Municipal Board is not satisfied that the by-law is appropriate, the Board may (a) refer the by-law back to the council for further consideration; or (b) require the council to amend the by-law as directed by the Board. Number of petitioners required 11(4) A petition must be signed by not less than 30% of the persons (a) who would be voters of the municipality proposed to be formed; or (b) who are voters of the municipality proposed to be dissolved. Giving copies of response 16(3) The person must without delay after filing the response (a) give a copy of the response to the proponent and any person to whom the proponent was required to give a copy of the proposal under section 13; and (b) make a copy of the response available for inspection and copying by any person who requests it. Duties and powers in making decision 23(1) In deciding whether to recommend a formation or dissolution application, The Municipal Board (a) must consider the application in relation to the principles, standards and criteria established under clause 7(b) on the formation or dissolution of municipalities; (b) must consider the evidence and submissions made at any public hearing the Board holds; (c) may investigate, analyse and make findings of fact about the formation or dissolution and its potential effect on each affected municipality and local authority and on the residents and property owners of the municipality proposed to be formed or dissolved; (d) may (i) in the case of a formation application, consider the viability, including the financial viability, of (A) the proposed municipality operating as a separate entity, and (B) any remaining part of a municipality continuing to operate as a separate entity, and (ii) in the case of a dissolution application, consider the viability, including the financial viability, of the municipality continuing to operate as a municipality; (e) may request a person, municipality, local authority or the minister to conduct such studies and seek such advice to support their position as the Board considers appropriate; (f) may require an affected municipality or may request the minister to hold a vote of those persons who would be voters of the municipality proposed to be formed or are voters of the municipality proposed to be dissolved and may consider its results; and (g) may do any other thing that the Board considers advisable. Fee 24(6) The fee must not exceed a comparable fee payable under The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. FORMATION AND DISSOLUTION REGULATIONS Validity of formation or dissolution regulation 29 A formation or dissolution regulation is not invalid by reason only that it (a) varies or does not give effect to a recommendation or is not recommended in a report; or (b) varies or does not give effect to one or more of the other terms, conditions or things in the report. Effect of name change 33(1) The change of a name of a municipality does not affect any obligation, right, action or property of the municipality. Application of Division 2 to formation regulations 74(1) Section 30 (formation regulations) and Subdivision 5 (General Provisions Relating to Regulations) of Division 2 apply with necessary modifications to the formation of a rural municipality from land within the boundaries of The City of Winnipeg. By-law effective for next general election 87(3) A by-law under this section must (a) take effect only at a general election; and (b) be passed at least 180 days before the general election at which it is to take effect. Hearing 89(2) The Municipal Board must hold a hearing when it conducts a review. (« deuxième avis ») Interpretation: evidence property is derelict 247.1(2) For the purposes of this section and sections 247.2 to 247.13, a property is a derelict property if (a) the registered owner of the property has been found guilty of contravening the municipality's derelict building by-law; and (b) a designated officer certifies by statutory declaration that the property continues to be in contravention of the municipality's derelict building by-law. Manner of witnessing signature on a petition 11(3) Each signature on the petition must be witnessed by an adult person who must (a) sign opposite the signature of the petitioner; and (b) make a statutory declaration that to the best of the witness's knowledge the signature witnessed is that of a person eligible to sign the petition. Content of proposal 12 A proposal must include (a) a statement that the proposal is (i) to form a municipality with the status, name and boundaries set out, or (ii) to dissolve a specified municipality; (b) the reasons for the proposal; (c) the name of each municipality and local authority that could be affected by the formation or dissolution of the proposed municipality; (d) a description of a process for consulting about the proposal with (i) local authorities that could be affected by the formation or dissolution of the municipality, and (ii) the public; and (e) the name of the representative of the petitioning voters if the proposal is initiated by persons who would be voters of the municipality proposed to be formed or who are voters of the municipality proposed to be dissolved. Response when report inaccurate 16(2) Within 30 days after the report is submitted to The Municipal Board, any person who believes that the report does not accurately or completely satisfy the requirements of subsection 14(3) or clause 15(b), as the case may be, may file with the Board a response to the report, setting out the areas of the report that the person alleges to be inaccurate or insufficient and particulars of those matters. Notice of hearing 22(2) The Municipal Board must give notice of the day, time and place of the hearing in accordance with The Municipal Board Act. Copy of report to be provided on payment of fee 24(5) The chief administrative officer must provide a copy of the report to a person who pays any fee set for the report by the council. No further proposals for one year 28 A person, other than the minister, who initiates a proposal to form or dissolve a municipality may not initiate another proposal with respect to substantially the same land for a period of one year (a) from the date a regulation is made in relation to the proposal; or (b) from the date of the last notice under section 27. SUBDIVISION 3 PROCEDURE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Change of name regulation 32 The Lieutenant Governor in Council may, on the request of the council of a municipality and on the recommendation of the minister, change the name of the municipality by amending the regulation forming the municipality. By-law for election by wards 87(2) If, on the day this Act comes into force, the councillors of a municipality are elected on the basis of wards, the council must pass a by-law under this section to continue elections on the basis of wards. Review by Municipal Board 89(1) If requested in writing by at least 25 voters of the municipality, The Municipal Board may review a by-law that divides a municipality into wards and establishes ward boundaries or a by-law that eliminates wards or changes the number of wards or the ward boundaries. (« propriétaire ») "second notice" means the second notice of a preliminary derelict building order, issued under section 247.4.

Sufficiency of petition 11(1) A petition is sufficient if it complies with this section. Notice when voters are proponents 13(3) When a proposal is initiated by persons who would be voters of the municipality proposed to be formed or are voters of the municipality proposed to be dissolved, the representative of the persons must without delay give a copy of the proposal to (a) the minister; and (b) every municipality and local authority that could be affected by it. Consultations and report when no negotiations 15 A municipality that initiates a proposal for the formation of a municipality from land all of which is located in the proponent municipality must without delay (a) consult about the proposal with local authorities and the public in a manner that substantially accords with the process for consultation set out in the proposal; (b) prepare a report that includes the matters described in clauses 14(3)(c) to (f); and (c) file with The Municipal Board the report and a copy of each study prepared by or for the proponent. Notice of report 24(3) The Municipal Board must without delay (a) give a copy of its report to the proponent and any person to whom the proponent is required to give a copy of the proposal under section 13; (b) notify every affected municipality that it must make a copy of the report available for inspection at the municipal office on request; and (c) notify each person who filed an objection to, or who in writing indicated support for, the application that a copy of the report is available for inspection on request at the municipal office of every affected municipality. Reference to Municipal Board 26 If the minister has referred a report of The Municipal Board to the Lieutenant Governor in Council, the Lieutenant Governor in Council, whether or not it has made a regulation in relation to the report, may (a) refer any matter relating to the formation or dissolution of the municipality to The Municipal Board for its consideration and recommendations; and (b) request the Board to make recommendations on any other matter that the Lieutenant Governor in Council considers relevant. Dissolution regulation 31(1) The Lieutenant Governor in Council may dissolve a municipality by regulation. ELIGIBILITY FOR NOMINATION AND ELECTION Eligibility for nomination and election 90(1) A person is eligible to be nominated as a candidate and elected as a member of a council if the person is (a) at least 18 years of age on the day of the election; (b) a Canadian citizen; (c) a resident of the province; (d) a voter of the municipality; and (e) not subject to any disqualification under this or any other Act. 73, is eligible to be nominated and elected as a member of the council of the City of Flin Flon. (« règlement sur les bâtiments abandonnés ») "derelict property" means real property upon which is located a vacant dwelling or non-residential building that is not in compliance with the municipality's derelict building by-law. Representative of petitioners 11(6) The petition must have attached to it a signed statement of the individual named as the representative of the petitioners under clause 12(e) that he or she is so named and that any inquiry or notice respecting the petition may be directed to the individual at an address that is set out in the statement. Notice when report not to be considered 18 When (a) a proponent indicates in the report that he or she does not wish to proceed with the formation of the municipality; and (b) The Municipal Board decides not to consider the application; The Municipal Board must without delay give notice to the proponent, every person to whom the proponent was required to give a copy of the proposal under section 13 and anyone else the Board considers should be notified. When hearing may be held 21(2) The Municipal Board may hold a hearing even though the proponent does not wish the formation or dissolution to proceed and may make any order it considers necessary as to the nature of the application and the conduct of the matter before the Board. Vote held by municipality 23(3) If a municipality holds a vote, the vote must be held in accordance with The Municipal Councils and School Boards Elections Act as modified by the directions given by The Municipal Board. Requirements of regulation 30(2) A formation regulation must (a) describe the boundaries of the municipality to be formed; (b) give the municipality the status of an urban municipality or a rural municipality; (c) in the case of a rural municipality, give it the name of "The Rural Municipality of [insert name]" or "The Municipality of [insert name]"; (d) in the case of an urban municipality, give it the name of "The City of [insert name]", "The Town of [insert name]", "The Village of [insert name]" or "The Municipality of [insert name]"; (d.1) in the case of a municipality that is formed by the amalgamation of two or more municipalities, give it the name of "The Municipality of [insert name]", or such other name as may be approved by the minister; and (e) state the number of members of the council. SUBDIVISION 4 AMALGAMATION AND ANNEXATION PROPOSALS Proponents 34(1) A proposal to amalgamate two or more municipalities or for the annexation by a municipality of land from another municipality may be initiated by (a) the minister; or (b) the council of a municipality. Initiating an annexation 75(1) The council of a municipality may request the annexation of land from The City of Winnipeg by making a request to the minister that describes the area of land to be annexed. PART 3 COUNCILS DIVISION 1 GENERAL Council is governing body 77(1) Each municipality is governed by a council. Content of by-law 87(5) A by-law under this section must (a) divide the municipality into wards and establish their boundaries; and (b) give each ward a name or number, or both. Counting the number of petitioners 11(5) In determining whether the required number of persons have signed the petition, a person's name is not to be counted if (a) the information required under subsection (2) about the petitioner is not provided or the information, other than the signature, is not legible and cannot easily be determined by the secretary of The Municipal Board; (b) the person's signature is not witnessed, or the witness has not made the statutory declaration required under clause (3)(b); or (c) the person signed the petition more than 90 days before the petition was filed under subsection 10(3) or more than 150 days before the petition was re-filed with The Municipal Board under subsection (10). When report or consultation insufficient 17 If The Municipal Board determines (a) that the report (i) does not accurately or sufficiently meet the requirements of subsection 14(3) or clause 15(b), as the case may be, or (ii) is inadequate in form; or (b) that the consultation about the proposal was not sufficient in the circumstances, it may require the proponent to remedy the deficiency in the report or consultation. When hearing required 21(1) The Municipal Board must hold a hearing if (a) the Board is satisfied that there is general agreement with the application but an objection is filed with it within the specified time by (i) a person to whom the proponent is required to give a copy of the proposal under section 13, or (ii) at least 25 persons who would be voters if the municipality were formed or who are voters of the municipality proposed to be dissolved; or (b) the Board is not satisfied that there is general agreement with the application by persons to whom the proponent is required to give a copy of the proposal under section 13. Failure to conduct study 23(2) Despite anything in this Division, The Municipal Board may decline to consider the position of a person, municipality or local authority that fails to comply with a request under clause (1)(e). Formation regulation 30(1) The Lieutenant Governor in Council may form a municipality by regulation. Use of former name 33(2) The use of the former name of the municipality in any proceedings, agreements, notices or documents after the name is changed does not affect their validity. Interpretation 74(2) The powers of the minister under Subdivision 5 (General Provisions Relating to Regulations) of Division 2 are to be read as powers of the Lieutenant Governor in Council. Public notice required 87(4) The council must give public notice of the proposed by-law before third reading. Power on review 89(3) If on a review The Municipal Board is not satisfied that the by-law is appropriate, the Board may (a) refer the by-law back to the council for further consideration; or (b) require the council to amend the by-law as directed by the Board. Number of petitioners required 11(4) A petition must be signed by not less than 30% of the persons (a) who would be voters of the municipality proposed to be formed; or (b) who are voters of the municipality proposed to be dissolved. Giving copies of response 16(3) The person must without delay after filing the response (a) give a copy of the response to the proponent and any person to whom the proponent was required to give a copy of the proposal under section 13; and (b) make a copy of the response available for inspection and copying by any person who requests it. Duties and powers in making decision 23(1) In deciding whether to recommend a formation or dissolution application, The Municipal Board (a) must consider the application in relation to the principles, standards and criteria established under clause 7(b) on the formation or dissolution of municipalities; (b) must consider the evidence and submissions made at any public hearing the Board holds; (c) may investigate, analyse and make findings of fact about the formation or dissolution and its potential effect on each affected municipality and local authority and on the residents and property owners of the municipality proposed to be formed or dissolved; (d) may (i) in the case of a formation application, consider the viability, including the financial viability, of (A) the proposed municipality operating as a separate entity, and (B) any remaining part of a municipality continuing to operate as a separate entity, and (ii) in the case of a dissolution application, consider the viability, including the financial viability, of the municipality continuing to operate as a municipality; (e) may request a person, municipality, local authority or the minister to conduct such studies and seek such advice to support their position as the Board considers appropriate; (f) may require an affected municipality or may request the minister to hold a vote of those persons who would be voters of the municipality proposed to be formed or are voters of the municipality proposed to be dissolved and may consider its results; and (g) may do any other thing that the Board considers advisable. Fee 24(6) The fee must not exceed a comparable fee payable under The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. FORMATION AND DISSOLUTION REGULATIONS Validity of formation or dissolution regulation 29 A formation or dissolution regulation is not invalid by reason only that it (a) varies or does not give effect to a recommendation or is not recommended in a report; or (b) varies or does not give effect to one or more of the other terms, conditions or things in the report. Effect of name change 33(1) The change of a name of a municipality does not affect any obligation, right, action or property of the municipality. Application of Division 2 to formation regulations 74(1) Section 30 (formation regulations) and Subdivision 5 (General Provisions Relating to Regulations) of Division 2 apply with necessary modifications to the formation of a rural municipality from land within the boundaries of The City of Winnipeg. By-law effective for next general election 87(3) A by-law under this section must (a) take effect only at a general election; and (b) be passed at least 180 days before the general election at which it is to take effect. Hearing 89(2) The Municipal Board must hold a hearing when it conducts a review. (« deuxième avis ») Interpretation: evidence property is derelict 247.1(2) For the purposes of this section and sections 247.2 to 247.13, a property is a derelict property if (a) the registered owner of the property has been found guilty of contravening the municipality's derelict building by-law; and (b) a designated officer certifies by statutory declaration that the property continues to be in contravention of the municipality's derelict building by-law. Manner of witnessing signature on a petition 11(3) Each signature on the petition must be witnessed by an adult person who must (a) sign opposite the signature of the petitioner; and (b) make a statutory declaration that to the best of the witness's knowledge the signature witnessed is that of a person eligible to sign the petition. Content of proposal 12 A proposal must include (a) a statement that the proposal is (i) to form a municipality with the status, name and boundaries set out, or (ii) to dissolve a specified municipality; (b) the reasons for the proposal; (c) the name of each municipality and local authority that could be affected by the formation or dissolution of the proposed municipality; (d) a description of a process for consulting about the proposal with (i) local authorities that could be affected by the formation or dissolution of the municipality, and (ii) the public; and (e) the name of the representative of the petitioning voters if the proposal is initiated by persons who would be voters of the municipality proposed to be formed or who are voters of the municipality proposed to be dissolved. Response when report inaccurate 16(2) Within 30 days after the report is submitted to The Municipal Board, any person who believes that the report does not accurately or completely satisfy the requirements of subsection 14(3) or clause 15(b), as the case may be, may file with the Board a response to the report, setting out the areas of the report that the person alleges to be inaccurate or insufficient and particulars of those matters. Notice of hearing 22(2) The Municipal Board must give notice of the day, time and place of the hearing in accordance with The Municipal Board Act. Copy of report to be provided on payment of fee 24(5) The chief administrative officer must provide a copy of the report to a person who pays any fee set for the report by the council. No further proposals for one year 28 A person, other than the minister, who initiates a proposal to form or dissolve a municipality may not initiate another proposal with respect to substantially the same land for a period of one year (a) from the date a regulation is made in relation to the proposal; or (b) from the date of the last notice under section 27. SUBDIVISION 3 PROCEDURE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Change of name regulation 32 The Lieutenant Governor in Council may, on the request of the council of a municipality and on the recommendation of the minister, change the name of the municipality by amending the regulation forming the municipality. By-law for election by wards 87(2) If, on the day this Act comes into force, the councillors of a municipality are elected on the basis of wards, the council must pass a by-law under this section to continue elections on the basis of wards. Review by Municipal Board 89(1) If requested in writing by at least 25 voters of the municipality, The Municipal Board may review a by-law that divides a municipality into wards and establishes ward boundaries or a by-law that eliminates wards or changes the number of wards or the ward boundaries. (« propriétaire ») "second notice" means the second notice of a preliminary derelict building order, issued under section 247.4. Registered common-law relationship 1(4) For the purposes of this Act, while they are cohabiting, persons who have registered their common-law relationship under section 13.1 of The Vital Statistics Act are deemed to be cohabiting in a conjugal relationship of some permanence.