2018 Annual Conference, June 10-13, 2018

Keynote Speakers

Opening Keynote: Chris Temple
Opening Keynote: Chris Temple
Co-Founder of Living on One | Award-Winning Documentary Filmmaker
Closing Keynote: Kate Davis
Closing Keynote: Kate Davis
Humour in the Workplace | Work–Life Balance

Conference Workshop Presentations

You can now access the conference workshop presentations. Browse the 'Concurrent Workshops' and then click on the workshop title to access the presentations.

2018 Conference Videos


Past President's Speech

Incoming President's Inaugural Speech

Asset Management, Linking Levels of Service and Lifecycle Management

Andrew Grunda, MBA, CPA, CMA – Principal, Watson & Associates Economists Ltd.
Peter Simcisko, MBE, BA (Hons.) – Senior Consultant, Watson & Associates Economists Ltd.

City of Brampton: Change Management Case Study of Major Technology Change
Chris Rallo, Program Manager, Web Technologies, City of Brampton
Janice Adshead, Deputy Clerk, Records and Information Services, City of Brampton

Developing a Wellness Plan for Your Municipality – Making it Real
Judy Kerling, RN, MBA, PMP, Manager, Employee Health Services, The City of Mississauga

Municipal Digital Transformation
Patrick Cormier, VP Digital Transformation, Notarius
Sid Soil, Partner, DOCUdavit

Creative Approaches to Public Consultation & Community Engagement
Stephanie Potter, PhD, Policy and Research Associate, City of Stratford
Tatiana Dafoe, Deputy Clerk, City of Stratford

Post Elections – What You Need to Prepare
Stephen O’Brien, City Clerk, City Clerk’s Office, Corporate Services, City of Guelph
Tyler Cox, Dipl.M.A. Manager, Legislative Services, City of Ottawa
Michael Di Lullo AOMC, City Clerk/Director of Council and Administrative Services, City of Cambridge

Conference Delegate Registration is Now Closed

Sponsorship & Exhibitor Opportunities

List of 2018 Conference Sponsors click here

List of 2018 Conference Exhibitors click here

Official Conference Charity

Barbara Weider House

AMCTO is proud to provide the opportunity at each annual conference for a worthy local charity to receive profile and be the recipient of donations.
This year the Conference Coordinating Committee has selected Barbara Weider House.
Barbara Weider House offers a place of safety and hope for homeless youth. It's services address the needs of youth in crisis and provides the support to help them master the tasks of adolescence as well as focus on their education and employment possibilities.