Residency By-law

The Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation enacted By-law No 2003-07 on the 16th day of August 2003.  Council has since repealed and replaced this By-law with By-law No. 2008-01, which came into force August 23, 2008.  This By-law allows the Council to regulate and control the residence within the New Credit Indian Reserve #40A.

Animal Control By-law

Animal control by-law

Zoning By-law

Allows the Council and community to utilize the limited land base, effectively and to responsibly meet the needs of all members of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation in the development of; housing, natural resources, employment opportunities and economic/business ventures.

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