2021 Convention & Trade Show
The 2021 Convention and Trade Show will take place virtually and in-person at the Edmonton Convention Centre from Nov. 17 to 19. It promises to be an amazing time, and one you won’t want to miss!
Are you registered for the 2021 Convention & Trade show?
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For more information, download the app and have the 2021 Convention & Trade Show at your fingertips on any device!
Simply download the CrowdCompass Attendee Hub from the App Store or Google Play, and then search “2021 AUMA Convention” to get access, or for view the online version.
To gain access to event content, you will be prompted to confirm your registration. A code will be sent to the email you used to register for the Convention.
Make sure to activate your account so that you can:
- Learn about the program and build a custom schedule
- Explore exhibitors using our easy-to-use Trade Show map
- Find your fellow delegates
- Join in discussions and send messages
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AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM ALBERTA MUNICIPALITIES:
The 2021 Convention is taking place November 17 – 19, 2021 at the Edmonton Convention Centre. While we are excited to report that we are planning for an in-person event, we will adjusting our health and safety protocols to meet provincial restrictions that are in place.
In order to continue with an in-person event, the Edmonton Convention Centre, along other partnering Sponsors’ Networking Event venues, must adhere to the provincial Restrictions Exemption Program. This means that all delegates, speakers, contractors, government partners and trade show vendors will be required to show one of the following each time they enter a facility:
- Proof of full vaccination (both vaccination doses must be administered 14-days prior),
- Proof of negative, privately-paid test result within 72-hours of the time and day you are entering the facility, or
- An original medical exemption letter.
Please note, as per the REP requirements copies of medical exemption letters will not be accepted - it must be the original letter. Results from Alberta Health Services tests are not permissible.
Only a regulated health care professional (acting within their scope of practice, in accordance with the College’s Standards of Practice) or an accredited laboratory may provide written diagnostic confirmation of near care or rapid care test results to an individual for the purposes of the REP. If the result of a rapid test is being verified by a health care professional, a written record must also include the name, phone number, contact information, professional registration number, and signature of the physician or nurse practitioner.
If your privately-paid testing is completed after 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 16, those test results will permit your attendance for the remaining 72-hours of Convention - so, until the event closes on Friday, November 19. However, if your test is completed prior to Tuesday, November 16, those test results will not be valid for admission into the Edmonton Convention Centre on Friday as the 72-hour will have lapsed. You will require a new, privately-paid test prior to Friday’s session.
We will also be following the current mask bylaws in place, which require attendees to be masked at all times unless consuming food or beverage at a table. Please note, eating and drinking are only permitted while at a table, either seated or standing. We thank you, in advance, for your cooperation.
9797 Jasper Ave NW
Edmonton AB T5J 1N9