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Make sure to attend a complimentary OMAA "CAO Connections Luncheon" in a location near you. 
Checkout this year's luncheon series

Plan on Attending
The 2020 OMAA Workshops

 May 13th to 15th, JW Marriott, Muskoka
October 7th to 9th, Nottawasaga Inn, Alliston



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Cancellation of The 2020 OMAA Bursary

We regret to say that another unfortunate result of the COVID-19 pandemic is the cancellation of this year's OMAA Bursary Award.  We'll be back next year!


Visit the OMAA Bursary Page for 2021 details


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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Battleford, Saskatchewan

Battleford Saskatchewan  is nestled between the banks of the scenic North Saskatchewan and Battle Rivers is the Town of Battleford, the first capital of the North West Territories. Founded in 1875, the population of Battleford is 4,500 and growing. Situated 8 kms south of the City of North Battleford, Battleford offers the best of both worlds: "small town" atmosphere with "big city" facilities. Lake Country is a short drive to the north with Saskatoon a long hour to the south east.  









Township of Scugog

 Located within the Regional Municipality of Durham, just an hour northeast from Toronto, you will find the enchanting Township of Scugog. The anchor and largest population base of the township is the idyllic community of Port Perry. Gorgeous heritage buildings, charming storefronts, farm-to-table restaurants and a main street that leads right down to Palmer Park at Lake Scugog adds to the quality of life of the township’s approximately 22,500 residents.






Recruitment iconTown of Cobourg

A growing and thriving community, Cobourg is known as the “gem of Lake Ontario” for its prime location on the lakeshore between Toronto and Kingston. It’s a short drive from urban centres where,  The advantageous location, enviable lifestyle and appealing business climate come together to shape an outstanding community that has led to Cobourg being recognized as "One of Canada's Best Places to Live" in populations under 25,000.