In support of our members, AUMA is pleased to release A Municipal Guide on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. This short document is designed to help municipal leaders understand the calls to action that are most relevant to Alberta municipal governments in terms of scope of responsibility and applicability to municipal service delivery.
It also shares examples of how municipal governments like Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, and Canmore are taking steps to support reconciliation.
Based on the high demand for these sessions, AUMA and the Rural Municipalities of Alberta will work to schedule more workshops in the near future. Additional dates will be announced in a future issue of Digest. Thank you for your remarkable interest and support.
Employers always have obligations to ensure their employees are safe. Therefore, when working conditions change, and those changes could affect workers’ safety, employers have a responsibility to adapt to those changes.
The Grande Spirit Foundation represents 12 municipalities and has over 100 dedicated staff providing reasonably priced housing, quality care, and dignity to seniors and families.
Learn more about how we support our not-for-profit members. This week's interview focuses on what post-pandemic looks like for the not-for-profit sector, the challenges organizations are facing, and how we can work together to achieve greater success.
GOOD TO KNOW
The Forest Resource Improvement Association of Alberta (FRIAA) Is pleased to announce a new Request for Expressions of Interest in the FRIAA FireSmart program.
The RFEOI submission closing date is 4:00 P.M. on September 13, 2021. You can find details and application package supporting materials on the RFEOI here.
There is still time for households to fill out the 2021 Census. Members, encourage your residents to fill out the census questionnaire. It shapes your community and supports important decision making that affects all Albertans.