90. In addition to the financial assistance otherwise provided for, a local municipality may grant any assistance it considers appropriate with respect to the matters referred to in sections 4 and 85 to 89.
It may also contribute financially to the costs of moving or burying an electric power distribution or telecommunications system and installing equipment for the distribution of the electric power.
A local municipality may also grant assistance to relocate a commercial or industrial enterprise elsewhere within its territory. The amount of the assistance may not exceed the real cost of the relocation.
The Municipal Aid Prohibition Act (chapter I-15) does not apply to assistance granted
(1) for the establishment or operation of a public market, a convention centre or an exhibition centre;
(2) to a non-profit body that provides technical support to an enterprise situated in its territory;
(3) to the owner of an immovable to help the owner comply with the obligation to install an apparatus intended to reduce the risk of malfunction of a water supply system or sewer system and keep the apparatus in good working order;
(3.1) to a person to help the person carry out required work relating to the protection of a source of drinking water;
(4) for damage to property caused by persons riotously or tumultuously assembled;
(5) to the owner of a dwelling or a building to cover the cost of installing a fire alarm, a fire extinguishing or fire fighting apparatus, or a fire escape;
(6) under the second or third paragraph; or
(7) under section 13.1.
2005, c. 6, s. 90; 2005, c. 50, s. 112; 2006, c. 31, s. 119; 2006, c. 60, s. 64; 2021, c. 7, s. 681.