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Definition: A municipality is a local government with powers and duties determined by provincial legislation; for example, cities, towns, counties, villages. A bylaw is a law made by a local authority, such as a municipality. It only applies within the local authority's boundaries.

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For help in resolving disputes with neighbours you can contact the Mediation and Restorative Justice Centre for a listing of services and resources. See: MRJC – Neighbourhood Disputes – https://s3.amazonaws.com/mrjc/NeighborhoodDisputes+MRJC+Homepage.pdf

See also: https://www.law-faqs.org/municipal-law/neighbourhood-disputes/

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Both the City of Edmonton and City of Calgary have passed bylaws about the licencing of short-term rentals. The City of Edmonton’s bylaw about short-term rentals is already in effect. The City of Calgary’s bylaw about short-term rentals will come into effect on February 1, 2020.

This page provides information on short-term rentals in Edmonton only. Information about short-term rentals in Calgary will be added to this page. If you have a question about short-term rentals outside of Edmonton, contact your local municipality.

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