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MNP Presents: Alberta municipalities: Navigating challenges, old and new

November 09, 2020

MNP Presents: Alberta municipalities: Navigating challenges, old and new

Synopsis
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Get an insider’s view and outlook of Alberta’s public sector in this interview with former Alberta Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs, Paul Whittaker by MNP’s James Richardson.

Governments in Alberta were already facing economic challenges when COVID-19 hit, bringing another new reality to the fore. Join MNP’s James Richardson as he delves into the outlook for municipalities and the provincial public sector with former Alberta Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs, Paul Whittaker.

With more than three decades of experience with the Government of Alberta and other public sector organizations, Whittaker provides a fascinating view of public sector service only an insider can deliver:

  • The most significant changes in the provincial government since the 1990s
  • The not-so-subtle difference between protecting the minister and serving the minister
  • Advice for AB municipalities as they navigate current context and the future
  • Leading innovation and managing change during a downturn

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To learn more about municipal innovation across Western Canada, check out MNP’s report Innovation and Local Governments Across Western Canada, based on surveys of local governments and municipalities in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan.

For more information, contact James Richardson, Public Sector Leader, Alberta, at 780.969.1496 or [email protected]

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