Peter J. Marshall Municipal Innovation Awards Competition

The Award honours one of Ontario’s youngest and most innovative Municipal Finance Commissioners. It recognizes those municipal governments demonstrating excellence in the use of innovative approaches to improve capital and/or operating efficiency and to generate effectiveness through alternative service delivery initiatives and partnerships.

The Award’s objective is to showcase instances where Ontario municipalities have implemented and can point to tangible outcomes from new, more cost effective ways of providing public services and facilities. By awarding and profiling innovation, we continue to advance creativity and strong municipal government.


2017 Award Recipients

City of Cambridge Receives Innovation Award for New Approach to Sewer Maintenance
Toronto, Ontario, August 17, 2017 – The Honourable Bill Mauro, Minister of Municipal Affairs, and Lynn Dollin, President of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO), presented a Peter J. Marshall Innovation Award to the City of Cambridge for its innovative use of “ice pigging” in sewer maintenance.

City of Waterloo’s Sports App “PickUp Hub” Receives Innovation Award
Toronto, Ontario, August 17, 2017 – The Honourable Bill Mauro, Minister of Municipal Affairs, and Lynn Dollin, President of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO), presented a Peter J. Marshall Innovation Award to the City of Cambridge for its innovative use of “ice pigging” in sewer maintenance.
 

Previous Projects that Have Received Recognition