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An Open Letter to Ontario Municipal Councils

2021-02-17 10:19:17 PM

Now more than ever, it is crucial that municipalities continue to invest in your most valuable resource – your staff.

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Update on Marriage Licence Services
2021-05-04 9:49:36 AM

The Ontario Registrar General (ORG) has sent two recent memos with important updates for Ontario Marriage Licence Issuers to be aware of.   New Interim Tool  The ORG’s April 15, 2021 m...



Ontario Ombudsman on Open Meetings
2021-04-30 1:14:45 PM

Even though municipal meetings this past year have been anything but normal, it is important to remember that open meeting requirements still apply, including providing notice of meeting...



Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario Strategic Priorities 2021-202...
2021-04-22 6:08:44 PM

The Information and Privacy Commissioner (IPC) has released a  final report  announcing its strategic priorities for 2021-2025. AMCTO participated in the IPC’s consultation on these prio...



2021 Federal Budget
2021-04-20 3:59:20 PM

Yesterday Canadian Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland presented her first budget and the Federal Government’s first since the start of the pandemic:  A Recov...



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The Municipal Information, Access & Privacy Forum convenes leading data, cybersecurity, information, access and privacy experts to discuss current and emerging issues affecting local government.


workshop WORKSHOP

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This training session will consider the necessary building blocks for a successful municipal Records and Information Management (RIM) program.

 
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