What is a Secondary Dwelling?

A Secondary Dwelling is a separate, independent dwelling unit located on the same site as a principal dwelling. In most cases, only one secondary dwelling unit may be permitted in conjunction with a principal dwelling on a site. Additionally, there are several different kinds of secondary dwellings including: 

  1. Farmhand Dwelling;
  2. Garage Suite;
  3. Garden Suite;
  4. Secondary Suite; and
  5. Temporary Construction Dwelling.

For more information on Secondary Dwellings, please see the applicable Zoning Bylaw found here.

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1. What is a Secondary Dwelling?
2. What is a Garage Suite?
3. What is a Secondary Suite?
4. What is a Garden Suite?