When: January 13 & 14, 2016 Where: Edmonton Marriott at River Cree Resort 300 East Lapotac Blvd Enoch, AB T7X 3Y3

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Mark your calendars for Alberta Sand and Gravel Association's 2016 Annual General Meeting at the River Cree Resort on January 13 & 14. This year's AGM will host members and non-members alike for two days of informative sessions, featuring speakers presenting on  a variety of industry issues and current events. Changes to the 2016 AGM format include a larger, expanded tradeshow, which will feature more exhibitors and provide a larger social space for delegates during breaks and the Wednesday night mixer. The ASGA AGM is an excellent opportunity to interact with association members, your Board of Directors, office staff, Committee members, tradeshow exhibitors and key stakeholders within the sand & gravel industry.


Members Registration Fee: $275 + GST per person   

Government Registration Fee: $275 per person *No GST

Non-Member Registration Fee: $375 + GST per person

Online registration: register now

 If you wish to register via mail or fax, please download the AGM 2016 Registration Form and return it to the ASGA office


The Marriott is offering a special group rate of $149 per night for our AGM attendees when you book before January 4th, 2016. Reservations and payment arrangements must be made directly with the Marriott. Please identify yourself as being an AGM attendee at the time of booking. 

Telephone: 1-800-860-4913 

Online: book now

Keynote Speaker 

Paul McLoughlin has been a keen observer and analyst of Alberta politics since 1983 when he became a member of the Alberta Legislature Press Gallery. He is currently Treasurer of the Gallery.
In 1993 he created Word of Mouth Communications, the centre of a broad-based network that keeps subscribers up to date on relevant Alberta political developments through a service called Alberta Political Monitor and a newsletter called Alberta Scan. Paul is an active broadcaster. He can be heard Thursday mornings on CBC Radio in both Calgary and Edmonton talking about Alberta politics. He make speeches and presentations on Alberta politics to a wide variety of groups.

In 2012 Paul was awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee medal for his contribution to journalism about Alberta politics.

Aggregate Facts #6

In the past 60 years, the per capita consumption of aggregate has increased from 3.5 tonnes per year to 12 tonnes annually.