||1993 May 03, Council Policy CC017
||Adoption of the Ward Boundary Determination and Review Policy
||2013 March 18, C2013-0182
||Amendment to the Policy to allow for the creation of a Ward Boundary Commission, an independant citizen commission of 3 persons and the Returning Officer to determine ward boundaries
||2015 July 27, C2015-0651
||That Council reconsider their decisions, with respect to the referral of Recommendation
5 and 7 of the Ward Boundary Commission report contained in the Minutes of 2014,
November 14 Special Meeting of Council;
That Recommendation 7 of the Ward Boundary Commission report WBC2014-0772, be
referred to the Legislative Governance Task Force 2015 September 8 Meeting for
consideration and recommendation to Council; and
That Recommendation 5 of the Ward Boundary Commission contained in the
WBC2014-0772 report, be referred to the Manager CCCO, who is currently undergoing
the work, and further to report back through the Legislative Governance Task Force no
later than 2015 Q4.
||2015 November 23, WBC2015-0907
||Final Report and Recommendation of the Ward Boundary Commission.
That Council refer report WBC2015-0907 to the Returning Officer to consider:
A phased approach, given the slower population growth and lower housing starts for 2016;
which keeps Ward differentials closer to the 10-15% in Council Policy, returning to Council as soon as possible.
||2015 November 23
||Council disband the Ward Boundary Commission, and that the Members be thanked for their
||2016 March 14, C2016-0153
||1) Council adopted the Returning Officer's ward boundary scenario, after amendment, to take effect on General Election day 2017.
2) Council directed the Returning Officer to return with a bylaw to amend Bylaw 19M91 Ward Boundary Bylaw no later than 2016 May 16.
3) Council directed the Returning Officer to amend Council Policy CC017, to reflect the change to Council term of office to four years and a major review every two election cycles and obtain input from Members of Council on other potential changes.