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After an intense federal election, Canada’s big-city mayors meet today with the Prime Minister and others to advance constructive proposals to drive the strong, inclusive recovery Canadians are counting on through federal-municipal partnership.
FCM President Joanne Vanderheyden issued the following statement at the conclusion of the September 20-24 online meeting of FCM’s Board of Directors, comprised of municipal leaders from communities of all sizes and regions across Canada.
Joanne Vanderheyden, President of FCM, issued the following statement on the results of the September 20, 2021 federal election.
Election 2021 is an opportunity for federal parties to show how they’ll build a stronger and more inclusive Canada. Local govts are ready to work together to get the job done. Read our election priorities.
As the federal election campaign heats up, FCM is calling on all parties to work with cities and communities of all sizes to drive a stronger, more inclusive nationwide recovery—releasing a package of achievable frontline solutions to pressing challenges, from job creation to climate change to the housing crisis.
This video walks through the key sections of a successful business case: Needs Assessment, Organizational Readiness, Project Vision and Financials.