Zoning Dictionary

Letter: I

Industry, Non-effluent Producing

An industrial use which does not utilize process waters and which does not produce waste waters.

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Inflatable Sign

Any sign that is either expanded to its full dimensions or supported by gasses contained within the sign, or sign parts, at a pressure greater than atmospheric pressure. Untethered airships are not considered to be inflatable signs.

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Information Technology Manufacturing

The production of electrical, electronic or communications equipment, including computer-enabled devices, computer hardware, infrastructure, semiconductors, fibre cables and telecommunications equipment.

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Infrastructure

Physical structures that form the foundation for development including public sewage and water systems, storm-water disposal systems, waste management facilities, electric power, communications and transportation corridors and facilities and oil and gas pipelines. Physical networks which serve development such as roads, paths, street lighting, supplies of water, gas, electricity and waste water drainage and services […]

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Injury Management Center

An exercise studio where persons may have sport and work related injuries evaluated and treated and includes accessory offices.

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Institute

A building or premises used by an organized body, religious group or society for a non-profit, non-commercial purpose. This definition may include a hospital, nursing home, library, college, university, convent, monastery or similar use.

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Institutional Campus

A medical or educational institution and associated uses, on a site at least 5 acres in area. Medical institutional campuses include medical centers and hospitals. Educational institutional campuses include universities, colleges, high schools, and other similar institutions offering course of study leading to a high school diploma or degree certified by a recognized accreditation body. […]

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Institutional Use

The use of land, buildings or structures for a public or non-profit purpose and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, may include such uses as schools, places of worship, indoor recreation facilities, community centres, public hospitals and government buildings. The use of land, buildings or structure for religious, charitable, educational, health or welfare purposes, […]

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Institutional Uses, Minor

Uses that provide social, religious, educational and health care services to residents and include such uses as schools, places of worship, child care facilities and social support services. Such uses serve neighborhood needs and generally occupy small parcels of land.

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Intensification

The development of a property or site at a higher density than previously existed including redevelopment or development within existing communities, infill development, or development on vacant lots or underdeveloped lots within a built-up area, conversion or the change of use of an existing structure or land use, and the creation of apartments or other […]

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