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S.M. 2000, c. 30
THE HEALTH SCIENCES CENTRE REPEAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS ACT
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(Assented to August 18, 2000)
HER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, enacts as follows:
The Health Sciences Centre Act is repealed.
Clause 2(c) of The Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation Act is amended by striking out "Health Sciences Centre" and substituting "Winnipeg Regional Health Authority".
The Municipal Assessment Act is amended by striking out clause 22(1)(c) and substituting the following:
(c) is real property that was exempt from taxation under subsection 6(1) of The Health Sciences Centre Act immediately before April 1, 2000 and that continues to be used for a purpose for which an exemption was available on that day;
(c.1) is real property (other than a residence) owned or beneficially owned by the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority — or owned by a corporation of which the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority is a shareholder or member and which has as its shareholders or members only not-for-profit corporations — and located in The City of Winnipeg within the area bounded on the west by Tecumseh Street, on the south by Notre Dame Avenue, on the east by Sherbrook Street, and on the north by the back lane on the north side of William Avenue;
(c.2) is a residence operated by or in connection with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority for undergraduate students in the health professions who are taking training at the Health Sciences Centre, to a maximum exemption of 0.81 hectare;
Every reference to The Children's Hospital of Winnipeg in a will or testamentary disposition is conclusively deemed to be a reference to The Children's Hospital Foundation of Manitoba Inc.
This Act is retroactive and is deemed to have come into force on April 2, 2000.