October 5, 2017

The Fall Convention will take place November 15-17, 2017 at the Shaw Conference Centre and the AAMDC is looking forward to welcoming our newly elected officials. The Fall 2017 Convention will include plenary addresses, the resolutions session, workshops, ministerial forum and opposition party leader panel. This convention will also include elections for the AAMDC Vice-President, as well as the District 2, 3, and 5 Directors.   

Our Early Bird Deadline is on October 20, 2017, so don’t miss out!

This year’s keynote speaker is Major General Lewis MacKenzie, who spent thirty-five years in military service. General MacKenzie will use his experience to teach us how to enhance our leadership styles.  He will captivate and command your attention as he shares his expertise on conflict resolution and building trust.

If you have already booked your seat for the AAMDC Banquet on Thursday, November 16, you’re in for a lively evening! This year we have an amazing band, My Dog Sam, that will be sure to have you dancing the night away, after enjoying a variety stage show that is unique, intriguing, and visually entertaining. Be sure to get your ticket now!

We have made some exciting changes to our agenda so be sure to check it out. We will continue to make updates as we have confirmed speakers, so please check back regularly.

The Partners’ Program Registration is also open, and this year we have a number of exciting activities, including the Mayfield Dinner Theatre, a trip to the Enjoy Centre complete with a terrarium workshop, and an opportunity for you be creative while making your 2017 Christmas cards.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Enquiries may be directed to:

Cindy Carstairs
Administrative & Convention Coordinator
780.955.4095

Kim Heyman
Director, Advocacy & Communications
780.955.4079

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