AUMA sent a letter to the Minister of Municipal Affairs calling for economic stimulus funding to extend beyond shovel-ready projects to a multi-year, multi-billion dollar investment in Alberta’s communities.
AUMA is extending the deadline for submitting resolutions from May 31 to June 30. This provides members extra time to complete and approve resolutions for consideration at the 2020 Convention. Please review AUMA’s
2020 Resolutions Guide and Template for guidance on preparing a resolution.
We recognize the difficult circumstances Employee Benefits members face during the pandemic and are taking steps to help our members. Employee Benefits subscribers will now receive premium credits to help offset benefit premium costs.
This year's Mental Health Week is about connection. The Canadian Mental Health Association is offering resources that may help municipalities as they work to support communities dealing with the effects of social distancing.
#OpenInBeaumont is an initiative promoting what businesses are doing in Beaumont during COVID-19 and spread the word about positive interactions. See how Beaumont is supporting local business and fostering a sense of community online during the pandemic.
The Miistakis Institute is creating a Municipal EcoToolkit aimed at helping Alberta municipalities maintain their natural systems. Miistakis is seeking
feedback from municipalities. The survey will be opened until May 14, 2020.
Do I need permission to replace or build a dock, boathouse, or other structure on a navigable water?
Transport Canada says every case is different. Depending on several factors, you may need to submit an application to the Navigation Protection Program (NPP) for approval. Learn more about navigable waters, the requirements to construct or modify a work on navigable waters, or to submit an application for work at the
Learn how the City of Leduc made their recreation facility energy efficient