Municipalities are the most dynamic and innovative order of government in Canada. Being on the front lines of Canadians’ daily lives means that municipal leaders must be constantly responsive to new challenge and opportunities as they arise. That responsibility means we must constantly be learning and seeking new partnerships.
That’s why FCM is proud to present our newest webinar series: Collective. Through this monthly series, we will bring to you in-depth conversations and discussions designed to connect you to the latest thinking around some of the most pressing challenges in Canadian municipal life.
These new connections—delivered alongside partners from the most cutting-edge leaders in the private sector—will help you re-examine your community’s needs and develop new solutions to stay ahead of the curve.
Join us every month as we present a moderated discussion with a wide array of panelists, and take your questions.
There is no cost to join this event, but space is limited!
We look forward to seeing you at Collective: An FCM Webinar Series.
Information and the registration link for the next webinar can be found below.
This webinar will feature simultaneous interpretation for French and English viewing.
New webinar on rural strength and innovation
Date: March 18, 2021
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ET
Municipal leaders know that Rural Communities are a source of some of Canada’s best innovation. Rural Communities are at the cutting edge of new technologies in agriculture, food production, environmental protection, and in finding solutions through community collaboration.
FCM’s next edition of the Collective Webinar series will focus on Rural Canada’s leadership in innovation and collaboration, finding new avenues for economic growth, and environmental stewardship.
Our discussion will cover
- How Canada’s rural communities are innovating every day to strengthen Canada [Innovation and perseverance]
- Where rural communities can explore right now for the greatest economic growth potential [Economic growth]
- New and emerging best practices for environmental stewardship in rural communities [Climate change and the natural environment]