Individuals are required by law to provide ID when requested.
Bylaw Officers have the same authority to request ID as a Police Officer, failure to provide ID as requested may result in a fine for obstruction of a Bylaw Officer in the amount of $1000.00, the attendance of the RCMP, your possible arrest and/or criminal charges.
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If you are committing an offense under the Animal Control Bylaw, Bylaw Officers have the authority to seize and or impound your animal.
You may also be subject to fines associated with that offense as set out in Municipal Ticket Information Bylaw No. 2082.
Bylaw Officers have the authority to enter onto your property to inspect and determine whether all regulations, prohibitions and requirements are being met in relation to any matter for which the Bylaw Officer or authorized person has been authorized under this or another Act to regulate, prohibit or impose requirements (as per division 3, section 16 of the Community Charter).