Welcome to AMO ON Topic, your source for things that matter to Ontario municipalities. Follow along with the Association of Municipalities of Ontario for interviews and discussions with municipal leaders as we work together to build strong, sustainable communities.
23. Elections, elections, elections. Guest Petra Wolfbeiss on AMO's work advocating for municipal priorities in a major election year.
We're preparing for three elections in 2022: the provincial election in June, AMO's Board elections in August, and of course, Ontario's municipal elections in October.
Petra Wolfbeiss, Director of AMO's Membership Centre joins host Brian Rosborough to discuss AMO's work advocating for municipal priorities as we head into a major election year.
Episode 22: An Interview With Municipal World CEO Susan Gardner.
AMO's Executive Director Brian Rosborough is joined by Susan Gardner, who recently announced she'll be retiring from her role as CEO of Municipal World. Susan discusses her 30-year career, how she got her start at Municipal World, the changes she's seen in her time at the helm, and some of her personal highlights.
21. We're Back! AMO's President talks COVID, the Conference, and more
We're back! After a brief hiatus, we're back with AMO's President, Graydon Smith, to chat about leadership during a pandemic, what the Ontario Budget means for municipal governments, and what to expect at the 2021 AMO Conference.
AMO Youth Fellows Series: Episode 4
In episode four of our AMO Youth Fellows Series, Emilie Leneveu speaks with Wendy Landry, Mayor of Shuniah and President of NOMA. Their discussion focuses on climate action and economic development.
AMO Youth Fellows Series: Episode 3
Episode three features AMO Youth Fellow Graham Taylor's interview with Patty Sinnamon, CAO and Clerk for the Township of Chatsworth. Patty, who is also an instructor of Municipal Administration with the AMCTO, gives her insight on how rural municipalities can recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
AMO Youth Fellows Series: Episode 2
AMO Youth Fellow Graham Taylor is joined by Paul McQueen, Warden of Grey County and Mayor of the Municipality of Grey Highlands. Paul gives his thoughts on the road to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, paying particular attention to what rural communities will need.
Off to a great start
I just finished listening to the inaugural podcast and I really enjoyed the format and quality. I am eagerly awaiting the release of additional episodes.