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Registration now open for the 2014 Spring Convention and Trade Show

Registration for the AAMDC Spring Convention is now open. The AAMDC Spring 2014 Convention will take place March 17-19, 2014 at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Delegates from member municipalities around Alberta will come together to hear plenary speakers, participate in breakout sessions and vote on the resolutions that guide the AAMDC’s advocacy efforts.

The AAMDC’s annual spring convention is also an excellent opportunity for your organization to gain visibility and recognition with municipal decision-makers from across Alberta. The AAMDC offers sponsorship opportunities that gives your organization access to over 600 municipal officials through customized networking sessions and speaking opportunities. Learn more about sponsoring the 2014 AAMDC Spring Convention.

Vendor registration for the 2014 AAMDC Spring Trade Show, which is on March 17, 2014, is also open. Join the AAMDC Aggregated Business Services division, meet AAMDC members and share how your organization will benefit their municipalities. With over 140 booths, space will be limited. This year, booths are chosen by the vendor at the time of registration. Learn more with our AAMDC Spring 2014 Trade Show Information sheet.

For more information please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Administrative and Convention Coordinator, at 780.955.4095.

AAMDC Trade

To enhance the buying power of all members and associate members by ensuring the availability of quality, competitively-priced goods and services on a province wide basis.
 

Jubilee Insurance

Jubilee Insurance Agencies Ltd. has been helping make organizations safer for over 50 years.
 

PFA Canada

PFA Canada helps create mutually beneficial relationships between fuel suppliers and our AAMDC member municipalities and associations.
 

Advocacy

Advocacy works to ensure that provincial and federal decision-makers, industry and other relevant stakeholders understand and incorporate rural Alberta’s best interests in their policies.