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An Act amending mainly the Act respecting land use planning and development so that municipalities may adopt a differentiated zoning by-law aimed at increasing and sustaining the supply of social housing or affordable housing

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Principle of the bill

1. What is your opinion on the objectives of the bill? (Required)

2. You can comment on the general intent of the bill.

Examples: the objectives of the bill (what it is trying to achieve); the timing of the introduction of the bill; possible alternative means of achieving the objectives.

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Suggestions for changes to the bill

You can comment on the details of the bill or suggest changes (amendments).

Examples: aspects you agree with; aspects you disagree with; what changes you would like to see made to the bill; other elements to consider.

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You can share your personal experience related to the subject of the bill.

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Other comments

You can use this section to provide any other comments on the subject of study.

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