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The Municipal Boundary Committee(MBC) reviews applications for municipal boundary changes.
Below are the steps to apply for a review.
The MBC reviews applications for municipal boundary changes when there is a disagreement between municipalities about the proposed changes.
When a municipality wants to change their boundaries, they require a complimentary resolution from the other municipality indicating support for the boundary change.
In the absence of a complementary resolution, the municipalities shall seek mediation to resolve outstanding issues.
The MBC has the discretion to decide whether or not a NSAD shall work with a mediator. If a mediator isn't required, the NSAD may have their application reviewed by the MBC without using the mediation process.
When a municipality requests a complimentary resolution regarding a proposed boundary change, a dispute arises if within 30 days after a request is made:
When a dispute arises, you may apply to the MBC if:
If you are eligible to apply:
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