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Home Owners Responsibility to Salt Driveways
Home Owners Responsibility to Salt Driveways

As per the City of Toronto Municipal By-Law, a homeowner is responsible to clear steps, landings, walks, driveways (including mutual driveways), parking spaces, ramps, and similar areas of a yard of snow and ice within 24 hours of a snowfall to provide safe access and egress ...

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