BILL NO. 67
1st Session, 59th General Assembly
53 Elizabeth II, 2004
House of Assembly Act
CHAPTER 13 OF THE ACTS OF 2004
The Honourable Michael G. Baker, Q.C.
Minister of Justice
First Reading: May 3, 2004 (LINK TO BILL AS INTRODUCED)
Second Reading: May 10, 2004
Third Reading: May 14, 2004
Royal Assent: May 20, 2004
An Act to Amend Chapter 1
of the Revised Statutes, 1989,
the House of Assembly Act
WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 5A of the House of Assembly Act, the Chief Electoral Officer has made a report recommending changes in the boundaries for the electoral districts of Bedford and Waverley–Fall River–Beaver Bank that, in the opinion of the Chief Electoral Officer, would improve the administration of elections in those electoral districts;
AND WHEREAS, as required by Section 5A, the changes recommended do not alter the number of electors in those electoral districts by more than three hundred as reckoned using the most recent voters' lists;
AND WHEREAS, as required by Section 5A, the report has been tabled in the House of Assembly;
THEREFORE be it enacted by the Governor and Assembly as follows:
1 Section 4 of Chapter 1 (1992 Supplement) of the Revised Statutes, 1989, the House of Assembly Act, as enacted by Chapter 34 of the Acts of 2002, is amended by:
(a) striking out "Road; then southwest along Rocky Lake Road approximately 3.1 km" in the sixth and seventh last lines of clause (d) and substituting " Drive; then southwest along Rocky Lake Drive approximately 1.8 km to the Canadian National Railway line; then southwest along the Canadian National Railway line approximately 1.4 km "; and
(b) striking out "Road; then northeast along Rocky Lake Road approximately 3.1 km" in the fifth and sixth lines of subclause (aya)(i) and substituting "Drive; then northeast along the Canadian National Railway line approximately 1.4 km to Rocky Lake Drive; then northeast along Rocky Lake Drive approximately 1.8 km".
2 This Act has effect on and after the dissolution or determination by the effluxion of time of the present House of Assembly.
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