Black History Month
Hazel McCallion
Apartment building courtesy of pixabay
Ottawa from Pixabay

AMO Celebrates Black History Month

Every February, people in Canada are invited to participate in Black History Month festivities and events that honour the legacy of Black Canadians

Municipal Elected

AMO salutes Hazel McCallion

Mayor McCallion’s life of service to her community, to communities everywhere, and to making Ontario a better place will not be forgotten.

Housing and Homelessness

AMO has been actively involved in housing and homelessness advocacy for years, as Ontario’s 444 municipal governments are responsible for building strong, complete communities
Municipal Issues

Standing Committee Appearance on Bill 39 and Other Policy Updates

AMO’s Executive Director, presented to the Standing Committee on Heritage, Infrastructure and Cultural Policy on Bill 39, The Better Municipal Governance Act, 2022

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AMO’s Vision Statement

In Ontario’s municipalities, people and families can live, thrive and prosper in the communities they call home, and children will have the choice and opportunity to live and work in the communities where they were raised.