If you are a municipal elected official or senior administrator and want to shape the direction of AUMA’s policy and advocacy work, you will want to apply for one of the following AUMA committees for 2019: Infrastructure and Energy, Municipal Governance, Safe and Healthy Communities, Sustainability and Environment, or Small Communities Committee.
On June 27, 2018, AUMA hosted a webinar on the Investing in Canada program, which is now available online. The webinar provided an overview of the Investing in Canada plan, tips for applicants and answers to municipal questions about the program.
Training sessions offered free of charge by Municipal Affairs over the summer are already full and have substantial waiting lists. Therefore, AUMA and RMA are working with Municipal Affairs to offer further courses in the fall. Registration for additional locations will open shortly.
Across the province, ordinary people are doing extraordinary things that make our communities the kind of vibrant, welcoming places in which we can all take pride. These people are Alberta volunteers - friends and neighbours from teens to seniors whose generous contributions of time and talent make life better for Albertans.
2017 Stars of Alberta Award recipients with Her Honour, the Honourable Lois Mitchell, Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, His Honour, Honourary Colonel Douglas Mitchell and the Honourable Ricardo Miranda, Minister of Alberta Culture and Tourism.
Sometimes lawyers are asked to draft releases when the parties have already settled their dispute but want to make sure everyone is protected. In those cases, the lawyers are operating in a vacuum and will need some further information.
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