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City of North Vancouver – Land Use

District of North Vancouver – Land Use

Permits, Licences & Regulations

If you are renovating or moving into a new space, you may need to apply for a Building & Development Permit (types of permits include Building, Electrical, Plumbing, and Sign Permits)

Operating a business in the City of North Vancouver (CNV):

Operating a business in the District of North Vancouver (DNV)

Other Permits, Licences & Regulations:

  • BC Safety Authority Regulations & Permits – This organization regulates and permits electrical equipment and systems, oilers, refrigeration systems, and natural gas and propane appliances and systems. Regulations and permits apply to both brick-and-mortar (e.g. fixed-location store-front) and mobile businesses (e.g. food trucks).
  • Vancouver Coastal Health Approval & Permits – This regional health authority provides direct and contracted health services to residents and businesses including oversight for environmental health protection.
Health & Wellness – Associations & Industry Peers

Vancouver Coastal Health – This regional health authority provides direct and contracted health services to residents and businesses including oversight for environmental health protection.

BC Health Regulators – BCHR brings all 19 health profession regulators – known as health regulatory colleges – in British Columbia together, providing an administrative and organizational foundation for collaboration between the colleges. There are 30 practitioner groups overseen by BC’s health regulatory colleges:

Public Health Association of BC – The Public Health Association of BC is a voluntary, non-profit, non-government, member driven organization that provides leadership to promote health, well-being and social equity. We fulfill our mission through advocacy, collaboration, education and research and do this work though the spectrum of public health practice; including prevention, promotion, protection and policy. The Board of Directors is composed of public health leaders from various locales including Health Authorities, the Ministry of Health, post-secondary institutions, and the non-profit sector. The Association was founded in 1953 and has close to 500 members.

College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia – the CPSBC regulates the practice of medicine under the authority of provincial law. All physicians who practice medicine in the province must be registrants of the College

Physiotherapy Association of BC (PABC) – PABC ensures members have access to practice support, professional development and advocacy avenues to provide opportunities for people in BC to receive quality care that keeps them moving for life.

 

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