The Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties is an independent association comprising Alberta’s 69 counties and municipal districts. Since 1909, we have helped rural municipalities achieve strong, effective local government. The AAMDC provides Advocacy and Aggregated Business Services (including Trade, Prairie Fuel Advisors and Jubilee Insurance).
The AAMDC strategic plan sets goals to meet our members’ diverse needs, while our annual reports keep us accountable to our members.
Through advocacy, communication, education, and the provision of aggregated business services, the AAMDC assists rural municipalities in achieving strong and effective local government.
The AAMDC is a progressive association of elected rural councils, representing the interests of rural Albertans, and committed to excellence in meeting the diverse and changing needs of its membership.
Member Directed – Based on direction from the membership, the work of the AAMDC reflects the interests and priorities of its members. The primary source of this direction is from resolutions that are passed at conventions.
Accountable – The AAMDC preserves member direction in its business and advocacy efforts.
Transparent – The AAMDC conducts its business through open, honest and ethical practices.
Responsive – The AAMDC is flexible and adaptive to the ever-changing interests and priorities of its members. The AAMDC provides members with innovative, value-added services.
Informed – The AAMDC endeavors to be aware of and involved in issues impacting its members.
Credible – The AAMDC maintains a strong reputation with its external stakeholders through effective, long-standing and collaborative relationships.
AAMDC begins as the Alberta Local Improvement Districts Association
AAMDC cooperative purchasing agency—early version of AAMDC Trade Division
|1955||Jubilee Insurance Agencies is incorporated|
Prairie Fuel Advisors (2008) Ltd. (PFA) becomes a Trade subsidiary
Trade, Jubilee Insurance and PFA join under Aggregated Business Services umbrella