The Alberta Municipal Health and Safety Association (AMHSA) is a non-profit association whose mandate is to help Alberta municipalities manage health and safety for their staff. They offer training to municipal employers, managers, supervisors, workers and councillors on a wide variety of workplace health and safety topics.
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The Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) represents Alberta’s 277 urban municipalities including cities, towns, villages, summer villages, and specialized municipalities, as well as Associate and Affiliate members. Their website features toolkits that can be used by municipalities within Alberta when addressing challenges such as creating welcoming and inclusive communities, providing affordable housing, and engaging citizens in the decision-making process.
Alberta's Ministry of Municipal Affairs website provides information on Grants and Funding, Community Services (such as Municipal Profiles and Property Assessment and Taxation), Building Codes, Emergency Management and Libraries.
Municipal Bylaws of Alberta is an online collection of Our Future, Our Past: The Alberta Heritage Digitization Project (AHDP). ADHP is an ongoing, not-for-profit endeavor to provide all those interested in Alberta's history free, online access to cultural and heritage materials. Libraries and Cultural Resources, with the support of the Alberta Law Foundation, presents many of the municipal bylaws that have helped shape the development of Alberta. The collection is historical, but the site also provides links to current municipal websites.
The Municipal Profiles are from Alberta Municipal Affairs and contain a compilation of statistical, financial, and other information about municipalities in the Province of Alberta. The information is based on data made available to and reports submitted to Alberta Municipal Affairs. The Ministry is not responsible for the accuracy of the information. Users are encouraged to verify the accuracy of the information contained in the Municipal Profiles before relying on it. Select a municipality from the list and then click on the "Contacts" icon to get access to that municipality's website.
Muniscope is Canada’s national resource on municipal issues, sponsored by the Provincial-Territorial Officials Committee on Local Government (PTOC), formerly the Intergovernmental Committee on Urban and Regional Research (ICURR). With a dedicated team of professional researchers backed by the largest circulating library of its kind in Canada, Muniscope is a source for information to support local government policies, practices and service delivery.