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NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018

AEMA Stakeholder Summit

Late November or early December 2018
Edmonton Region

The AEMA Summit will bring together Emergency Management Partners by providing a platform for strengthening existing relationships, building new relationships, and offering professional development and information sharing opportunities to build a more resilient Alberta.

We are piloting a new approach to planning the 2018 AEMA Stakeholder Summit. With these changes, there will be a delay in confirming Summit date and location. Details should be confirmed by early Fall 2018. Details will be available on this webpage and shared on our Summit email distribution list.

  • If you are interested speaking at the 2018 Summit, please fill out the Speaker Proposal form and submit to aema.stakeholders@gov.ab.ca. Submission deadline is June 29, 2018.
  • If you would like to be added to the Summit distribution list, please send an email to aema.stakeholders@gov.ab.ca.
  • If you are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the 2018 Summit, please send an email to aema.stakeholders@gov.ab.ca. A list of interested sponsors and exhibitors will be collected and passed on to the contracted event planner in the Fall.

Thank you for your continued interest in the AEMA Stakeholder Summit. We look forward to piloting this new approach to offer professional development and networking opportunities to the emergency management community.

OCTOBER 2018

JUNE 2018

IAEM-Canada 2018 Emergency Management Leadership and Innovation Conference

June 5-8, 2018

Calgary, Alberta
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Emergency Management Amendment Act engagement sessions

  • Fort McMurray – June 18, 2018 at the Radisson Hotel & Suites (435 Gregoire Dr.)
  • Grande Prairie – June 20, 2018 at Podollan Inn & Spa (10612 99 Ave.)
  • Lethbridge – June 25, 2018 at the Coast Lethbridge Hotel (526 Mayor Magrath Dr. S)
  • Calgary – June 26, 2018 at the Executive Royal Hotel Calgary (2828 23 St. NE)
  • Edmonton – June 28, 2018 at the Chateau Nova Yellowhead (13920 Yellowhead Trail)

Register for the engagement session

MAY 2018

Emergency Preparedness (EP) Week | Be Emergency Ready

May 6-12, 2018

EP Week resources

EP Week events by region

  • Southern Region
    • Town of Pincher Creek – May 8th from 2-7pm at the Community Hall
    • Lethbridge – May 11 EP Week Open House at Park Place Mall from 12-6pm
  • Central Region
    • Rocky Mountain House – May 2nd Rocky Mountain House Safety Day from 9am-3:30pm at Bunch Arena
    • Alix – May 8th at the Community Center
    • Innisfail – May 9th at the Library
    • Carstairs – May 11th at the Arena
    • Sylvan Lake – May 12th from 1-2pm at the Multi-Plex
  • North Central Region
    • Edmonton – May 3rd Government of Alberta EP Week Kick-Off from 10am-2pm on 99 ave between 107 and 108 street
    • Jasper – May 7th event details TBC
    • Brazeau County – May 10th from 5pm-7pm offering a workshop on how to create 72 hour emergency kits
    • Edmonton – May 12th Get Ready in the Park from 10am-3pm at Hawrelak Park
    • Stony Plain – May 12th from 10am-3pm at Heritage Park Pavilion
    • St. Albert – June 3rd – Sixth Annual Public Safety Open House
  • South Central Region
    • Calgary – May 5th Disaster Alley from 11am-3pm at McMahon Stadium
    • Strathmore – May 8th Emergency Management Week Night Market from 5-8pm in Downtown Strathmore and Kinsmen parking lot
    • Okotoks – May 12th from 11am-2pm at the Fire Department Operations Building
    • Chestermere – May 12th from 10am – 2pm at the Fire Hall

DECEMBER 2017

OCTOBER 2017

SEPTEMBER 2017

Bordering on Disaster Conference 2017

September 19, 2017 - 8:15 AM to 4:30 PM

Lloydminster Agricultural Exhibition Association - Stockade Room
5521-49 Avenue
Lloydminster, Alberta
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2017 Directors of Emergency Management Regional Workshops

Below are all of the presentations given over the seven regional workshops:

Welcome to the AEMA Regional Outreach
Shane Schreiber, Managing Director, AEMA

Role of AHS in Agency EOC / ECC
Alberta Health Services (Master)

Your Community & Emergency Response for Livestock & Pets
Brad Andres; Michelle Follensbee, Alberta Agriculture & Forestry

How Does Emergency Social Services Affect You?
ESSNA (Master)

Canada Task Force 2 (CAN-TF2)
Calgary Emergency Management Agency

Alberta’s FireSmart Program
Gavin Hojka; Matt McDonald, Alberta Agriculture & Forestry

Exercise Design Cycle
Ana Potzkai, Alberta Environment and Parks

Dangerous Goods, Rail Safety and 511 Alberta
Christine Cartier, Alberta Transportation

NOVEMBER 2016

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