We look forward to seeing you there!
The RMA 2021 Fall Convention and Tradeshow
will take place November 23 – 26, 2021, at the Edmonton EXPO Centre. We look forward to welcoming our newly elected officials and greeting our returning members as we gear up for four days of an action-packed agenda.
Download the Convention App
Want to have everything convention related at the tip of your fingertips? Download the convention mobile app
, sponsored by the Insurance Bureau of Canada! The password is RMA2021Fall and you will only have to enter it the first time accessing the app.
Complimentary Shuttle Bus
There will be complimentary ETS shuttle buses running between RMA’s preferred convention hotels
and the Edmonton EXPO Centre during peak times. A shuttle bus schedule and map is available on the app, in the delegate handbook, and will be posted in the foyer of all preferred hotels. Watch for the RMA Convention ETS Shuttles at ETS stops located outside the preferred hotels and they will take you right to the EXPO door. Masks must be worn on the shuttle buses.
COVID-19 Protocols: Have You Gotten Your QR Code Yet?
The Edmonton EXPO Centre is participating in the Government of Alberta’s Restriction Exemption Program
Administrative & Convention Coordinator
- To enter the facility, proof of vaccination is required in the form of the QR code available at alberta.ca/covidrecords. The QR code is the only proof of vaccination accepted after November 15, 2021. Albertans can download, screenshot, or print it. If you do not have access to cell phones or computers, you can get a printed QR code at any registry.
- On-site testing during the event is available for those who have not yet been vaccinated. The cost of the testing is $30 and will be the responsibility of the attendee to pay. Only credit cards will be accepted, we are unable to invoice member municipalities for this service.
- Once inside the facility, face masks are required unless eating or drinking in designated areas. The Government of Alberta does not consider face shields to be an acceptable alternative to a mask and may not be worn on their own. A face mask must cover a person’s nose, mouth, and chin. You may remove your masks only when eating or drinking in designated areas.
- For more information, please read the EXPO Centre’s health and safety document.
Director of External Relations & Advocacy