* 1. Which stakeholder group do you most identify with?

* 2. Which Municipality do you live in?

* 3. Community Aggregate Payment Levy Regulation – Updated

See the full draft Community Aggregate Payment Levy Regulation with proposed changes.

This regulation enables municipalities to voluntarily pass Community Aggregate Payment Levy (CAPL) bylaws to impose a levy on shipments of sand and gravel (aggregate) operations in a municipality. This regulation is relevant only in municipalities where aggregate operations take place and enables municipalities to adopt a bylaw to collect a levy to offset the impacts of aggregate operations such as those associated with road infrastructure, or towards other community benefit projects, as determined by municipal councils.

What’s changing: Increase the maximum levy rate to $0.40 per tonne of shipped sand and gravel, keeping the rate in line with inflation and helping municipalities maintain the safety of roads and bridges impacted by heavy industry. Extend the expiry date by five years to December 31, 2022.

Please provide your feedback on this draft regulation below.

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