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Definition: A municipality is a local government with powers and duties determined by provincial legislation; for example, cities, towns, counties, villages. A bylaw is a law made by a local authority, such as a municipality. It only applies within the local authority's boundaries.

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The Municipal Profiles are from Alberta Municipal Affairs and contain a compilation of statistical, financial, and other information about municipalities in the Province of Alberta. The information is based on data made available to and reports submitted to Alberta Municipal Affairs. The Ministry is not responsible for the accuracy of the information. Users are encouraged to verify the accuracy of the information contained in the Municipal Profiles before relying on it. Select a municipality from the list and then click on the "Contacts" icon to get access to that municipality's website.

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For help in resolving disputes with neighbours you can contact the Mediation and Restorative Justice Centre for a listing of services and resources. See: MRJC – Neighbourhood Disputes –

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Both the City of Edmonton and City of Calgary have passed bylaws about the licencing of short-term rentals. The City of Edmonton’s bylaw about short-term rentals is already in effect. The City of Calgary’s bylaw about short-term rentals will come into effect on February 1, 2020.

This page provides information on short-term rentals in Edmonton only. Information about short-term rentals in Calgary will be added to this page. If you have a question about short-term rentals outside of Edmonton, contact your local municipality.

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