Invite Mayor Iveson to attend or speak at your event. All requests are subject to the Mayor's availability.
Since being elected as Mayor, Don Iveson has become Edmonton's 'Collaborator-in-Chief', a champion of open and effective local government, and a pragmatic leader who has led Edmonton through a time of profound change by taking on some of our city's most pressing issues.
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Mayor's proclamations declaring special days, weeks or months for community-based, campaigns or programs requested by registered, non-profit societies are often granted by the Mayor. Declaration of proclamations is at the discretion of the Mayor and requests should come from charitable or non-profit registered societies for a proclamation that will support improvement of the community through educational/awareness programs, charitable fund-raising or similar activities.
Mayor's messages are short greetings of about four paragraphs usually written for publication in programs or booklets by organizers of community events or conferences. They are signed by the Mayor and can include his picture if requested.
Certificates of Congratulations
Certificates of congratulations are custom certificates to recognize special events and achievement in the community. Certificates are often presented to people and organizations on reaching a significant milestone in their life or history - an anniversary, birthdays for persons celebrating 65th birthdays and older, certificates to athletes and to businesses on official openings.
For the 2017-2021 term, the Mayor’s Office has voluntarily implemented a lobbyist registry. Lobbying is a legitimate activity in a free and democratic society.
The purpose of the registry is to contribute to increasing Edmontonians’ confidence in the integrity of the local government decision-making process, and to promote government transparency and accountability.
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