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First presented at the AAMDC Fall 2015 Convention in Edmonton, AB, "Where It All Starts: Rural Alberta with the AAMDC" tells the story of Doug, a young man from the city, who is given the chance to learn all about what rural Alberta has to offer. Created with a grant received from the Rural Alberta Development Fund, this video is intended to showcase both the industry activity and the beautiful landscape that is rural Alberta.

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07 Dec 2016 21:35 Federal Pipeline Decisions and Impacted AAMDC Resolutions

On November 29, 2016, the federal government announced final decisions with respect to several proposed inter-provincial pipeline proposals and the presence of crude oil tanker traffic along British Columbia’s northern coast. The decisions are as follows: Approval of the Trans Mountain Expansion...

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07 Dec 2016 21:13 Alberta Legislature Passes Bill 21 and Other MGA Review Updates

On December 6, 2016, Bill 21: Modernized Municipal Government Act (MMGA) passed third reading in the Alberta legislature, effectively completing the legislative cycle. The last step remaining for the MMGA is Royal Assent to bring the legislation into force. This final stage will be delayed until the...

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02 Dec 2016 18:30 AAMDC Welcomes New Board of Directors

The December 2016 AAMDC Board of Directors meeting will be the first for the new Board of Directors, which was elected at the Fall 2016 Convention. Elections at the Fall 2016 convention provided opportunity for members to put their names forward for two-year terms for President, District 1...

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