Resolutions endorsed at the Spring 2009 Convention are now expiring.  The Fall 2011 Advocacy Report Card provided the last update on the following resolutions:

1-09S Suggested Changes to the Municipal Government Act in Regards to Annexation and Section 690 (Intermunicipal Disputes) Appeals
2-09S Wind Turbines on Government Lease Land
4-09S Expansion of Local Road Bridge Program
5-09S Critically Needed Dependable Operational Government Funding for STARS
7-09S Funding for New Pavement of Provincial Highways
8-09S Provincial Responsibility for Fires on Occupied Lands
9-09S Amendment to the Local Authorities Election Act to Extend the Terms for Municipal Office for Future Municipal General Elections
11-09S Elected Officials Education Program
12-09S Member Involvement in Advocacy
13-09S National Energy Board Pipeline Re-Classification
14-09S Amend Section 534 of the Municipal Government Act to Include Regional Services Commissions
15-09S Acceptance of the Report – Building a Highway Network: Who Pays for Highway Improvement as a Result of Development

Expired resolutions no longer form part of the AAMDC’s active advocacy. However, when issues or consultation opportunities arise, all relevant resolutions are considered whether they are expired or active.

Members can bring issues back for active advocacy through the resolution process as outlined in the AAMDC’s policy found here.

Enquiries may be directed to:

Tasha Blumenthal
Policy Analyst
780.955.4094

Kim Heyman
Director, Advocacy & Communications
780.955.4079

Latest News

07 Dec 2017 21:53 Guide to Community Solar in Alberta Now Available

December 7, 2017 Recently, the Pembina Institute has developed and released the Alberta Community Solar Guide. Community solar is an ownership model for solar energy systems that enables more community members to have a partial stake in owning, leasing, or accessing electricity from a nearby...

Read More ...
07 Dec 2017 21:41 Looking for Advice? Call a Peer Mentor

December 7, 2017 Municipal leaders regularly face complex and controversial issues. Whether it is tension with a fellow councillor or difficulty balancing the demands of the position, sometimes talking with an impartial party who may have been in a similar situation can help put things into...

Read More ...
07 Dec 2017 21:37 Resolutions Deadline for Spring 2018 Convention

December 7, 2017 With district meetings approaching, the AAMDC is reminding members of the important role resolutions play in guiding the association’s advocacy efforts. To maximize these efforts, having well-written resolutions that are clear, concise and include pertinent information is...

Read More ...

AAMDC Trade

To enhance the buying power of all members and associate members by ensuring the availability of quality, competitively-priced goods and services on a province wide basis.
 

Jubilee Insurance

Jubilee Insurance Agencies Ltd. has been helping make organizations safer for over 50 years.
 

PFA Canada

PFA Canada helps create mutually beneficial relationships between fuel suppliers and our AAMDC member municipalities and associations.
 

Advocacy

Advocacy works to ensure that provincial and federal decision-makers, industry and other relevant stakeholders understand and incorporate rural Alberta’s best interests in their policies.