AMO Recognizes September 30 as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
AMO acknowledges this important date and has created a variety of resources to support municipalities in advancing the process of Canadian reconciliation
Property Tax Assessment
Over the past year, AMO has publicly expressed very strong support for a timely return to the assessment cycle
Updated Advocacy on Property Tax Reassessment
AMO collaborated with industry partners to put forward a call to the Premier to make a prompt return to the assessment cycle
Municipal Finance and Revenue Tools
Toronto New Deal and Housing Affordability Task Force Responses
The Premier announced the formation of a working group with a mandate to achieve long-term stability and sustainability of Toronto’s finances
AMO's Baseline Waste and Recycling Report and Executive Summary
The objective of AMO's Report is to provide a better understanding of the Ontario government's efforts to tackle non-hazardous solid waste
Cabinet Shuffle, Municipal Risk, and Gender-Based Violence
The Premier announced changes to his Cabinet
Busy AMO 2023 Conference Achieves Momentum Across Priorities
The AMO 2023 Annual Conference in London, Ontario focused discussion on priority areas such as: housing and homelessness, municipal finance and infrastructure, sustaining public health, and serving Indigenous peoples
AMO Dedicates Final Day of Conference to Ending Homelessness in Ontario
The final day of the 2023 AMO Conference at the RBC Place in London was dedicated to ending homelessness in Ontario by 2030
Province Announces Changes to Development Charges Act, Improvements to Public Health Funding, at AMO Conference
The Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing announced the government's intention to update the definition of "affordable," as part of upcoming changes to the Development Charges Act.
Vaughan Receives Municipal Innovation Award for AI-Based Approach to Managing Local Roads
The PJ Marshall Innovation Award Jury presented its highest award to the City of Vaughan for its AI-based Road Patrol Manager project.
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.