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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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The Township is recognized as a vibrant close knit community, maintaining its rural way of living and its quality of life. The Township Council has a vision to maintain this quality of life while at the same time keeping taxes affordable to residents through efficiencies.  To achieve its mission of efficiently providing services that enhance the quality of life for all of its residents and visitors whilst protecting a constantly changing environment, the Township of Adjala-Tosorontio is looking to attract a seasoned municipal executive as CAO, to take the community to its next stage of development.  










Oxford County


Oxford County is a well-balanced blend of urban and rural communities and boasts an expanding economy including automotive plants and Canada’s largest dairy industry.  Eight municipalities comprise Oxford County, each unique with its own history and character.  The County is an upper tier municipality that serves approximately 112,000 residents.  The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) is responsible for overseeing an organization with nearly 800 staff supported by a total budget in the order of $260 million.  





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The Municipality of Port Hope is a remarkably picturesque community located on the shore of Lake Ontario and nestled in the Northumberland Hills, just over an hour east of Toronto and an hour and a half west of Kingston. With a population of 16,500 and thriving business and tourism sectors, Port Hope is a unique, historic, inclusive municipality dedicated to fostering an active, healthy, vibrant and caring community, and offering a wonderful blend of rural and urban lifestyles.