CLAC also alleges that the Village “attempted to unilaterally change the employment conditions of its employees, despite the fact that negotiations were in process.”
Even better than knowing to respond to an avalanche incident is knowing how to prevent one from occurring in the first place, notes Gilles Valade, executive director Avalanche Canada.
According to a note on a report to Council by interim CAO Ken Weisner, the Village will now rely solely on the Community Charter when it comes to conflict of interest.
Last summer the brilliant team at Corbel 3D took the realm of environmental scanning to new heights by successfully completing a scan of the monarch of the Rockies.
The Village of Valemount has voted to allow up to two elected representatives to attend up to four consecutive Council meetings via phone or video conference.