Telling the Ontario Municipal Sector Story
The AMCTO Municipal Monitor is our Association's quarterly print and digital magazine that includes long-form stories and interviews on municipal trending topics, leadership, and management issues.
The Monitor is one of the many member benefits we offer to keep our community informed and engaged on the latest news and sector stories that matter.
Interested in Contributing?
We are always looking for thought-provoking stories from our members and Ontario municipal professionals. If you have a flair for the written word and an interesting point of view or perspective to share, we want to hear from you! Please review the following information prior to submitting your ideas:
- Each issue features between four-five stories — these can be either long or short-form articles, listicles, or interview format
- Ideas should be presented in an executive summary and submitted by email for AMCTO staff and the publishing team's review and consideration
- Short-form articles can be anywhere between 500 - 700 words
- Long-form articles can be anywhere between 700 - 1,700 words
- Articles should reflect current sector needs, trends, opportunities, challenges, or specific policies or legislation, share an interesting viewpoint or personal reflection, and/or provide key recommendations and takeaways for AMCTO members and municipal professionals
- Articles should be compelling and easy to read with clear and consistent ideas
- Articles will be edited for length and clarity and to Canadian Press (CP) style standards by the publishing team
- Articles will be reviewed for final approval by AMCTO and the publishing team
The Municipal Monitor is produced in partnership with The Davis Media Company — a member-engaging media solutions provider and publisher for professional associations across North America.
Municipal Monitor Extra: Artificial Intelligence in the Public Sector
As our Association evolves, we are continuing to look for new ways to connect with members and reach a broader audience of local government professionals. We have heard from members that they want opportunities to hear directly from the Monitor authors to be able to engage with our content in different ways. The Municipal Monitor Extra aims to provide a more thorough discussion around important topics, with the goal being to release similar conversations alongside each issue of the Municipal Monitor.