Call for 2024 Resolutions is Open


ABmunis uses a resolution process that enables our member municipalities to provide direction on what issues ABmunis should advocate for in search of solutions in partnership with the Government of Alberta, the Government of Canada, or other organizations.  

Change for 2024

Beginning this year, the "mover" municipality and the "seconder" municipality must represent at least two of the following categories:

  • Less than 2,500 population
  • Between 2,500 and 10,000 population
  • Greater than 10,000 population

For example, if the "mover" municipality has a population of 7,000, then the "seconder" municipality must have a population of either less than 2,500 or more than 10,000. This change increases the likelihood that each resolution is applicable to most municipalities.

Deadline for 2024 resolutions

The deadline for submitting a resolution for consideration at ABmunis’ 2024 Convention is May 31, 2024. Before working on a resolution, please review our Resolutions Tips & Changes for 2024 in the resources section below.  

For assistance with resolutions or questions about the process, please email resolutions [at] (resolutions[at]abmunis[dot]ca)

Check out the Resolutions Library for the status of previously adopted resolutions.


Resolutions Book

2023 Resolutions Book - Version 3 Post Convention


Report Cards on Resolutions

Report Card on 2022 Active Resolutions (Apr 2024)

Report Card on 2021 Active Resolutions (as of Feb 2024)

Report Card on 2020 Expired Resolutions (as of Dec 2023)



Resolution Tips & Changes for 2024

2024 Resolution Template (downloadable Word version)

ABmunis 2024 Business Plan (Strategic Priorities)



ABmunis Policy AP002 - Resolutions (updated Dec 2023)

ABmunis Policy AP012 - Advocacy Prioritization (updated April 2022)