Provincial Ministers Talk ARM, Fiscal Reckoning And Caribou Protection At AUMA Convention

When it comes to the current assessment review model (ARM) process, the province should consider working with the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) board to ensure the model is “fair and equitable” to the resource sector, while also able to share resources with all Albertans, suggested one municipal elected official during a dialogue with ministers at last week’s annual AUMA convention.

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