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N.H.A. Designated Areas Order (SOR/84-686)

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N.H.A. Designated Areas Order

SOR/84-686

NATIONAL HOUSING ACT

Registration 1984-08-23

Order Designating Certain Areas of the Provinces of Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia and Certain Areas of the Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories as Designated Areas

P.C. 1984-2917 1984-08-23

Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Public Works, pursuant to section 60 and to the definition of designated areaFootnote * in section 2 of the National Housing Act, is pleased hereby to make the annexed Order designating certain areas of the Provinces of Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia and certain areas of the Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories as designated areas for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the said Act.

Short Title

 This Order may be cited as the N.H.A. Designated Areas Order.

Designation of Area

 All that portion of the Province of Newfoundland outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitan area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000, based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.

 All that portion of the Province of Nova Scotia outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitan area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000 based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.

 All that portion of the Province of New Brunswick outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitain area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000 based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.

 All that portion of the Province of Prince Edward Island outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitan area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000, based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.

 All that portion of the Province of Quebec outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitan area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000, based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.

 All that portion of the Province of Ontario outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitan area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000, based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.

 All that portion of the Province of Manitoba outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitan area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000 based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.

 All that portion of the Province of Saskatchewan outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitan area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000, based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.

 All that portion of the Province of Alberta outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitan area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000, based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.

 All that portion of the Province of British Columbia outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitan area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000, based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.

 All that portion of the Yukon Territory outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitan area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000, based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.

 All that portion of the Northwest Territories outside the boundaries of an incorporated city, metropolitan area, town or village that has a population in excess of 5,000, based on the most recent decennial census taken pursuant to the Statistics Act, is a designated area for the purposes of subsections 34.121(2), 34.161(2), 34.17(1) and 55(7) of the National Housing Act.


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