November 23, 2017

Resolutions form an important part in identifying direction for the AAMDC’s advocacy efforts. The AAMDC membership endorsed the following resolutions at the fall 2017 convention:

1-17F

Centralization of Industrial Properties Assessment

2-17F

Completion of Alberta’s Land-use Framework Prior to Establishment of Conservation and Protected Areas for Species at Risk

3-17F

Municipal Action on Caribou Recovery Planning

4-17F

Water Act Approvals for Municipal Projects on Municipal Land

5-17F

Alberta Energy Regulator – Amendment to Transfer Approval Process

6-17F

Financial Support from AAMDC for Appeal of Virginia Hills/Dolomite Decision

8-17F

Provincial Communications Plan for Farm Workplace Legislation

9-17F

AAMDC Refusal to Engage in Exploratory Discussion to Merge with AUMA

10-17F

Provincial Industry-led Methane Flaring Strategy

12-17F

Specialized Clinical Counselling and Therapy for Distressed Emergency First Responders

13-17F

AAMDC Advisory Committee to Support the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission in Reviewing Charitable Gaming in Alberta

14-17F

Cannabis Act

15-17F

Stopping the Implementation of Proposed Federal Tax Reforms

18-17F

Integrate Emergency Social Services into Emergency Management at Provincial Level

19-17F

Builder Licensing Program Impacts

ER1-17F

Support for Trans Mountain Expansion Process

ER2-17F

Continued Provincial Funding Support for Agriculture Service Boards and Agricultural Societies

ER3-17F

Effective Representation for Rural Albertans in Alberta’s Legislative Assembly


The AAMDC resolutions database has been updated to reflect voting results from the fall 2017 convention and a complete package of the endorsed resolutions is attached. 

The AAMDC will incorporate endorsed resolutions into advocacy efforts and will report back to the membership as developments are available.

Enquiries may be directed to:

Wyatt Skovron
Policy Analyst
780.955.4096

Kim Heyman
Director, Advocacy & Communications
780.955.4079

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