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External Resources

Economic Developers Alberta (EDA) is Alberta’s leading economic development network. For over 40 years, we have been committed to advancing the economic development profession by providing resources, professional development and networking opportunities.

Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC) is Canada’s national organization of economic developers pursuing excellence in the field since 1968. The association offers its members professional development, networking opportunities and a comprehensive offering of resources, both on and offline.

Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD) has been working to diversify the western economy while improving the quality of life of western Canadians. They aim to be a leader in building a strong, competitive West by focusing on business development, innovation and community development.

Alberta Agriculture and Forestry includes Ropin’ The Web, a comprehensive site full of information on crops, livestock, Ag Business, and more.

The Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) is committed to engaging its members and developing strategic partnerships between all orders of government to meet municipal needs. The Alberta Municipal Services Corporation (AMSC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the AUMA, is a solutions-based company dedicated to meeting the business needs of municipalities, municipally related organizations and their employees.

The Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties (AAMDC) is an independent association comprising Alberta’s 69 counties and municipal districts. Since 1909, we have helped rural municipalities achieve strong, effective local government. The AAMDC provides Advocacy and Aggregated Business Services (including Trade, PFA Canada and Jubilee Insurance).

With over 2,000 members, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) represents the interests of municipalities on policy and program matters that fall within federal jurisdiction. Members include Canada’s largest cities, small urban and rural communities, and 19 provincial and territorial municipal associations.