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Bringing the Peaches back to Main Street
“Meet me at the market” is an often-heard saying in the Town of Grimsby, Ontario, each year from late spring to early fall. The downtown ...
$5,000 bursary - supporting tomorrow's municipal leaders
Make sure post secondary students you know in Ontario are aware of the OMAA Bursary The Ontario Municipal Administrators’ Association (OMAA) Bursary Program offers a $5,000 ...
Car-sharing: convenient, environmentally friendly or financially smart?
A recent report conducted by Vancity contacted over 4,000 B.C. residents to find out why they are using car-sharing services. A whopping 95 percent stated ...
Communications leadership during a crisis
In 2018, every single municipality in Canada will face some type of emergency. Are you prepared to act fast enough? As we become increasingly reliant ...
Amazon announces top 20 HQ2 candidates
Amazon recently reviewed 238 proposals from communities across Canada, the U.S. and Mexico all hoping to be the new home of Amazon HQ2. Today, Amazon ...
Pricing & improving municipal water/wastewater services
Municipal water and wastewater services are complex systems that vitally impact a community's health, environment, and economy. A new report from Canada's Ecofiscal Commission identifies how ...
Innovation and leadership in Canada's mid-sized cities
When we talk about city-building, it tends to be the large, global cities, like Toronto, New York, Paris, and Tokyo that dominate the conversation. These ...
Take the juice check & get energized
Municipal World and our partners at Juice Inc. want to help you create an energizing 2018! We believe you deserve to go home at the ...
Short-term rentals - the big picture (Part 3)
At the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) conference in San Antonio, consultant Ulrik Binzer gave a presentation on the challenges around short-term rentals. Part 1 ...
Canada 150 & the truth in our history
What is history? When did it start? How old does something have to be, to be historic? Whose stories do we tell and commemorate? These, ...
Canada's aging population signals need for more inclusive, accessible transportation system
As the number of Canadians aged 65 and older continues to grow faster than any other age group, so too does the need for a ...
Empowering women in local government
Recently, four strong female leaders in municipal government participated in a panel discussion – Empowering Women in Local Government – at the Western University Local ...