Immediately after resolutions are endorsed by RMA members, the RMA sends the resolutions to the relevant provincial or federal ministry or organization for an initial response. Based on the response received, the RMA assigns the resolution a status and drafts an initial reaction.
The RMA updates the resolutions database
and issues bulletins with updates as responses are received. The RMA has received responses to several member resolutions passed at the 2022 Fall Convention and one member resolution passed at the 2022 Spring Convention. Given these responses, the RMA has drafted an initial reaction to the resolutions.
The government responses, statuses, and the RMA reactions can be viewed for each resolution on the RMA Resolutions Database
|Volunteer Firefighters as Medical First Responders
|Laboratory and X-Ray Technologists Training for Rural Healthcare
|Provide for a Uniform Method of Auditing and Enforcing Compliance with Community Aggregate Payment Levy Bylaws
|Well Drilling Equipment Tax Regulation
|Financial Burden of Emergency Service Response on Crown Lands
|Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework Reform
|Rural Mental Health Advocacy
|Sustainability of Small Rural Schools
|Restore Grants-in-Lieu of Taxes for Public Housing Management Authorities
|Exemption of Natural Gas and Propane for Agriculture Under the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act
|Government Funding For Nurse Practitioners
|Regulations for Motorists Passing School Buses with Amber Lights Flashing
|Lost Road Closure Files
|Loss of Agricultural Land to Renewable Energy Projects
|Improved Crop Insurance for Market Gardens
|Responsiveness of Service Delivery by Quasi-independent Agencies in Alberta
The RMA plans to release its winter 2023 Advocacy Report Card in the coming months, which will include statuses and reactions to all other fall 2022 resolutions for which a government response is received, as well as status and reaction updates to all other active resolutions.
Policy & Research Analyst
Manager of Policy & Advocacy