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CNAM Webinar – Making the Right Choices with Reduced Revenue

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October 28, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm



Join us for a panel discussion on maintaining municipal fiscal sustainability when forecasting reduced revenues.

COVID-19 has had a dramatic effect on municipal revenues across the country. With budgeting underway in many communities, this timely conversation will explore how to use AM to guide you when there is not enough money to do everything you should be doing for sustainable service delivery. Any communities currently facing revenue cuts will benefit from this webinar.

Our panelists will use their substantive expertise, diverse perspectives, and recent experiences to help meet this challenge. They are experts in municipal management, municipal finance, and municipal insurance.

We will:

  • Generate ideas about how municipalities are making decisions related to reduced revenues due to COVID-19
  • Identify how AM has helped and what is still needed
  • Provide insight on making the hard choices on what gets done and what does not
  • Show you how to identify and communicate the consequences and risk exposure for the things you cannot do


Bernadette O’Connor, Principal Consultant, Asset Management, Business Lead, Municipal Asset Management, Canada


Duane Nicol, CAO, City of Selkirk

Stephen Van OfWegen, Commissioner of Finance and CFO, The Regional Municipality of Peel

Tom Barnes, CEO, Municipal Insurance Association of B.C.

Emily Harris, Director, The Policy Shop


CNAM Members:  FREE

(you will be required to login).

Non-Members:  $50 plus GST

Non-Members:  If you plan to attend at least three of the CNAM webinars scheduled for this year (3 x $50 =$150) and attend the Annual Conference the discounts you receive by being a CNAM member pay for itself.  Join CNAM today!




This initiative is offered through the Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) and funded by the Government of Canada.


October 28, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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