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AMM Cities Caucus

The AMM Cities Caucus is made up of all Manitoba’s cities, and was formed at the 2013 Municipal Officials Seminar. The current Chair Mayor Dennis Fenske, City of Thompson.

Modeled after the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Big City Mayors’ Caucus, the AMM Cities Caucus provides opportunities for representatives from each city in Manitoba to share ideas about how to tackle common concerns and key priorities.

Members of the AMM Cities Caucus:

City of Brandon
City of Dauphin
City of Flin Flon
City of Morden
City of Portage la Prairie
City of Selkirk
City of Steinbach
City of Thompson
City of Winkler
City of Winnipeg

November 28, 2017

Cities Caucus talks cannabis, appoints new Chair

The leaders of Manitoba’s cities met in Brandon on November 28, 2017 during the Association of Manitoba Municipalities (AMM) Annual Convention, to establish priorities for the coming year.

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September 26, 2017

Federal infrastructure funding, cannabis legalization top Cities Caucus agenda

Pictured L to R: Mayor Larry Johannson, City of Selkirk; Councillor Alex Fedorchuk, City of Morden; Councillor John Fehr, City of Steinbach; Mayor Dennis Fenske, City of Thompson; Councillor Irwin Wiebe, City of Morden; Mayor Ken Wiebe, City of Morden; Cities Caucus Chair Rick Chrest, City of Brandon; Councillor Kelly Cook, City of Selkirk; President Chris Goertzen; Mayor Martin Harder, City of Winkler; Mayor Irvine Ferris, City of Portage la Prairie; Mayor Eric Irwin, City of Dauphin; Councillor Jeff Browaty, City of Winnipeg; Councillor Wayne Wall, City of Portage la Prairie; Councillor Cari Penner, City of Steinbach; and Councillor Jac Siemens, City of Steinbach

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