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Regional district

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In the province of British Columbia in Canada, a regional district is an administrative subdivision of the province that consists of a geographic region with specific boundaries and governmental authority. As of January 2020, there were 28 regional districts in the province.[1]

Regional districts came into being as an order of government in 1965 with the enactment of amendments to the Municipal Act.[2] Until the creation of regional districts, the only local form of government in British Columbia was incorporated municipalities, and services in areas outside municipal boundaries had to be sought from the province or through improvement districts.[3]

Regional district are governed by their respective board of directors, which consists of elected and appointed members.[4] Elected members are those who are directly elected by voters in one of the electoral areas in the regional district, while appointed members are those appointed by municipal councils within the regional district.[4]

References

  1. ^ "Municipal and sub-provincial areas population, 2011 to 2019". Government of British Columbia. Retrieved January 29, 2020.
  2. ^ "Regional Districts in B.C." Regional Districts in B.C. Province of British Columbia. Retrieved 29 January 2020.
  3. ^ Bish, Robert L.; Clemens, Eric G. (2008). Local Government in British Columbia (PDF). Richmond: Union of British Columbia Municipalities. p. 45.
  4. ^ a b Regional District Tool Kit (PDF). Union of British Columbia Municipalities. 2005.
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