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Not necessarily. For tax purposes the Municipal Government Act (s. 297(4)(b)) says that a property that receives a non-residential tax rate is"…other property on which industry, commerce or another use takes place, or is permitted to take place under a land use bylaw passed by council…". The zoning is a major influence on property that is zoned for commercial or industrial purposes but is not currently being used. If you have more questions on this please feel free to contact our assessment team at 780-826-3171.
The M.D. of Bonnyville draws its water supply from Cold Lake, a pristine deep water lake within the municipality that covers nearly 300 square kilometers and reaches depths of 500 metres.