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2014 AUMA Convention Hotel Update
This year’s AUMA Convention and AMSC Trade Show takes place September 24-26 in Edmonton.
Swing into Summer with AMSC
Don't miss this great networking experience to connect with AMSC and our business partners.
Recognize those who go above and beyond for social sustainability
Do you have a staff member who has gone the extra mile in implementing your municipality’s sustainability plan?
Register now for free webinar on immigration and temporary foreign worker processes
Immigrants and temporary foreign workers are not only key to addressing Alberta’s labour needs, but they also help add diversity to our communities.
U of A Team Powers Energy-Efficient Urban Car
When it comes to mapping out a sustainable energy future, Alberta youth often lead the way.
Registration open for asset management workshop
Is your community looking to better understand asset management?
Sylvan Lake crowned Hockeyville
Congratulations to the Town of Sylvan Lake for winning Kraft Hockeyville.
Watch Out for Motorcycles!
Spring has finally arrived in Alberta — and motorcycles are back on the road.
The Public Sector P in P3s
The Public Sector P in P3s is a joint presentation of the Edmonton/Capital Chapters of the Financial Management Institute of Canada and the Institute of Public Administration of Canada.
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Dangerous Goods Transported by Rail
"On November 20, 2013 the Minister of Transport issued a direction pursuant to section 32 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992."
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Be kind to your kidneys
Albertans with a history of kidney stones could face a healthier future, thanks to new research by University of Alberta investigators.
Planning Your Retirement: Take Care of “What Ifs?”
Did you know that many Albertans who are retired or approaching retirement want to not only provide for themselves—they also want to provide for others?
Best Doctors employee benefit aids post-stroke victim
When she found herself on the floor one day after walking downstairs at her home, Vi Fardy thought she had fainted.