The AAMDC resolutions database has been updated to reflect voting results from the Fall 2013 Convention. The online resolution database is searchable and includes complete information and developments on all active and expired resolutions.

In addition, members are reminder that resolutions that were endorsed at the Fall 2010 Convention are now expiring. 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.

The Spring 2013 Advocacy Report Card provided the last update on the following expiring resolutions:

1-10F Expansion of Locum Program
2-10F Doctor Recruitment
3-10F Federal Government Stimulus Funding
4-10F Funding for Senior's Lodges
5-10F Mountain Pine Beetle Crisis
6-10F MGA Review - Part 17 Planning and Development - Appeals to MGB
7-10F Amortization of Road Subgrades
8-10F Prohibition of Off-Highway Vehicle Use on Public Lands as a Wildfire Prevention Measure
9-10F Funding to Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)
10-10F Projects Eligible for Funding Under the Water Management Program Area of the Canada-Alberta Growing Forward Initiative
11-10F Presumptive Cancer Coverage
12-10F Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) Role in Bridge Culvert Replacement
13-10F Telus Temporary Cable in Ditches
14-10F Funding for Sexual Assault Programs in Rural Alberta
15-10F Provincial Strategy for Aggregate Resources Management
16-10F Changes to Provincial Parks
17-10F Regulation of Geothermal Drilling Industry
18-10F Joint and Several Liability Reform
19-10F Mapping Success: The AAMDC Strategic Plan
ER1-10F Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement

The AAMDC will incorporate resolutions endorsed at the Fall 2013 Convention into advocacy efforts and will report back to the membership as developments are available. 

Enquiries may be directed to:

Tasha Blumenthal
Policy Analyst

Kim Heyman
Director, Advocacy & Communications

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