The Fall 2013 Convention will take place November 12-15, 2013 at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton. In addition to workshops and plenary addresses, the program will feature keynote speaker David Chilton, a ministerial forum and, an MLA luncheon. Banquet entertainment will be provided by Lisa Hewitt and her Classic Country Road Show.

Registration for the Fall 2013 Convention will be available on September 5, 2013 through the AAMDC website under Events & Programs > AAMDC Convention > Registration (or click here). The following items are also available on the website:

  • Draft convention agenda
  • Hotel reservation information
  • Banquet ticket purchase and table selection
  • Partners Program information and registration
     

The AAMDC has instituted an early bird deadline of October 18, 2013.  Regular registration fees will apply after this date and the deadline to register is October 25, 2013. Please note that member rates do apply to both elected officials and administrative staff who belong to one of our member municipalities. All prices exclude GST:

 

Early Bird

After October 18, 2013

Members

$525.00

$600.00

Guests

$600.00

$700.00

 

Cancellations submitted before noon on October 25, 2013 will receive a full refund. Please email any cancellation or substitutions requests to cindy.carstairs@aamdc.com and note that there will be no refunds after this date. 

A registration desk will be open the evening of Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at the Shaw Conference Centre for delegates and their partners arriving early to attend the New Councillor Orientation, Reeves’/Mayors’ Meeting, and convention hospitality suites.

You may also make the most of your convention week by attending the EOEP courses that are being offered November 12, 2013

Enquiries may be directed to:

Cindy Carstairs

Administrative & Convention Coordinator

780.955.4095

Kim Heyman

Director of Advocacy & Communications

780.955.4079

 

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