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Advocacy Advisory Committee

COVID-19 NOTICE: With the change in provincial mandates the Advocacy Advisory Committee will begin to transition to in person meetings, with optional virtual participation.

Public participation is welcome in the form of written or verbal submissions. The Committee may invite external experts to present information on a topic before them. For information on participation, contact cityclerk@lethbridge.ca.

Meetings

Meetings are held the fourth Friday of every month from 9:00 A.M. or as deemed necessary by the Chair. 

For agenda's and minutes please click here.

Mandate

The Advocacy Advisory Committee is formed for the specific purpose of developing and implementing an advocacy plan to ensure that the work of the City of Lethbridge is shared and communicated with partners and other levels of government. 

Meeting Schedule

​​Meeting Documents

​January 28, 2022
Agenda
Minutes
​February 17, 2022
Cancelled
​March 25, 2022
Agenda
Minutes
​April 22, 2022​
​May 27, 2022
​June 24, 2022​ ​
​September 23, 2022
​October 21, 2022
​November 25, 2022

For information outside this timeframe, contact the Office of the City Clerk at committee@lethbridge.ca. General inquiries can be directed to Lethbridge 311. 

Who is on the Committee?

The Advocacy Advisory Committee's membership is comprised of three City Council Members. 

Committee Member

​Date of Appointment
​Term Expiration

Blaine Hyggen

April 1, 2022
September 30, 2022

​Belinda Crowson

​April 1, 2022
​September 30, 2022

​Jenn Schmidt-Rempel

​April 1, 2022
​September 30, 2022

​Staff Liaison 

Bonnie Hilford, City Clerk
cityclerk@lethbridge.ca


Governing Documents

Terms of Reference
The Terms of Reference set the mandate, composition and duties of the committee.

Agendas & Minutes - Previous Years

 2021 Agendas

 2021 Minutes

​The City of Lethbridge acknowledges that we are gathered on the lands of the Blackfoot people of the Canadian Plains and pays respect to the Blackfoot people past, present and future while recognizing and respecting their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship to the land.  The City of Lethbridge is also home to the Metis Nation of Alberta, Region III.