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Make sure to attend a complimentary OMAA "CAO Connections Luncheon" in a location near you. 
These events remain on hold but check out later in the year as gathering limitations are adjusted

The 2022 OMAA workshops are scheduled for

May 18 to 20 at the JW Marriott Muskoka and

October 12th to 14th
at the Ivey Spencer Leadership Centre, London  

Check later in the season to confirm status of these currently in person planned events

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The 2021 OMAA Bursary

Do you know a future municipal leader? Make sure they are aware of the OMAA $5,000 Bursary 

Visit the OMAA Bursary Page  


Responding to the COVID-19 Outbreak

Check here for updates on how OMAA is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak, keeping the well being of members and their communities in mind.

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Recent Job Postings



The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is a single tier municipality. Located between Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair, Chatham-Kent covers a large geographical area of 2,500 sq. km.  Each community in Chatham-Kent has its own unique character and history, but all enjoy the safe and affordable lifestyle that makes the region popular. Chatham-Kent's population has steadily been increasing and diversifying. Chatham-Kent is currently home to 106,091 people and over 55 languages are spoken. With a population density of 42.4 people/sq. km, there is plenty of room to grow.  With an operational budget of over $350M and over 1350 permanent staff, our municipality is committed to meeting the needs of our residents and business community.








Conservation Ontario
General Manager

Conservation Ontario is a not-for-profit association that supports the network of Ontario’s 36 Conservation Authorities.    We are governed by a Board of Directors and directed by a Council comprised of representatives from each of the Conservation Authorities. Our mission is to promote and continually strengthen a watershed-based conservation coalition in Ontario.  As our new General Manager you will be responsible for the strategic leadership in the development and implementation of policies and programs, and the decisions of its Council and Board of Directors.


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The Town of Deep River is a vibrant, diverse municipality located on the shores of the Ottawa River and the Highway 17 corridor, midway between North Bay and Ottawa. Deep River is filled with history, culture, and natural beauty. The Treasurer is a member of senior staff, and will act as financial controller and perform all statutory duties of Treasurer and Tax Collector. The Treasurer will also provide support, guidance and advice to Department Heads, Committees, Council, and local boards on financial matters, as well as monitoring the implementation of all financial policies and programs as established by Council.