Our members have always incorporated citizen engagement in municipal governance, considering community values, interests, and needs into decisions that affect lives. COVID-19 has only made this type of engagement more difficult. To assist, the Elected Officials Education Program (EOEP) has worked hard to create this digital course
offering at a reduced rate of $200.
It is important to decommission emergency service vehicles appropriately and it is a municipality's responsibility to remove all non-standard features before sale or salvage.
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The Local Authorities Pension Plan (LAPP) has released their performance for Q1, reporting a $3.4 billion loss.
2020 Minister’s Seniors Service Awards will recognize Albertans who are investing time, energy, and resources to help seniors during the pandemic.
The deadline for nominations is Aug. 11. Details on the award categories and nomination process can be found at
In 2017, the
Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI) launched the Biodiversity Browser, which broadly shares ABMI data and information on Alberta species to support decision-making by policymakers. ABMI wants to improve the usability of the Browser for wetland stakeholders and is asking for
Learn about the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy
On June 3, the City of Edmonton launched new programs that provide rebates for commercial building upgrades, electric bikes, electric vehicle chargers, and residential solar. Learn more
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