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Annual Reports The AMM fiscal year runs from September 1 to August 31. Each year, we produce an annual report outlining our activities for the year.
Budget Submissions Each year, the AMM takes the opportunity to meet with Members of Parliament from Manitoba to discuss federal budgets, and with the Minister of Finance from Manitoba to discuss the provincial budget.
Bulletins The AMM bi-weekly news bulletin reports on the latest AMM activities and events. Click here to subscribe.
Cabinet Briefs Each year, during the AMM Annual Convention, the Board of Directors meets with the Premier and members of Cabinet to discuss municipal priorities. Each Minister receives a briefing document outlining the successes of the year, the critical issues requiring immediate attention, and the other important issues still unresolved with some progress achieved.
Guides The AMM website posts various guides of interest to municipalities.
Legislative Presentations The AMM monitors legislation that has the potential to impact municipalities, and submits comments on numerous bills each year.
MB Prov Fire Protection Plan Documents designed to assist municipalities throughout the province in developing and maintaining safer, more organized and responsive local fire services.
MMEP The AMM partnered with several other organizations on the Manitoba Municipal Efficiency Project to assess the energy usage in 159 buildings in 14 municipalities throughout the Province of Manitoba.
MEA From 2005 to 2013, the AMM presented an annual Municipal Excellence Award to allow municipalities to share best practice ideas with other municipalities.
News Releases The AMM issues news releases as needed and tracks media attention on hot-button municipal issues.
Other Documents From time to time the AMM posts documents on behalf of other organizations that may be of interest to our members.
Position Papers The AMM meets annually with each Provincial Cabinet Minister to raise important municipal issues.
Presentations The AMM holds numerous member events each year and invites various speakers to make presentations. Some of these are posted on this website following the event.
PSAB The Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) through the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) sets standards for government accounting and financial reporting. Beginning on January 1, 2009, CPA Canada required that all governments in Canada, including local governments, adopt PSAB generally accepted accounting practices (PSAB GAAP). Subsequent to 2009, Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) continues to establish and develop new standards and guidelines related to municipal financial statements. The AMM and Manitoba Municipal Government undertook a joint venture to help municipalities adopt PSAB GAAP. To oversee implementation of the plan a Steering Committee was formed comprised of representatives from the AMM, the Manitoba Municipal Administrators Association (MMAA), and the Province of Manitoba. The committee continues to provide leadership and direction to the project. The project team, resourced by both AMM and the department, continue to develop and provide reference manuals, in conjunction with training, advice and one on one assistance, to help CAOs and finance staff address the technical issues created by the move to PSAB.

Reports From time to time the AMM produces reports on specific issues, either on its own or in collaboration with other organizations.
Surveys From time to time the AMM undertakes surveys to gauge public opinion on various issues, either on its own or in collaboration with other organizations.
Tools for Change Tools for Change is a three-step program helping municipalities manage change. The steps include a Municipal Health Checklist, a reference series of Municipal Approaches to Managing Change, and fact sheets highlighting exciting Manitoba municipal innovations.
MTCML Catalog Annual supplier catalogs.
Resolutions This category contains resolutions debated at our most recent Annual Conventions, brought forward by our membership to direct the lobbying efforts of the AMM. Also included are updates of some of the resolutions passed at our Conventions over the past several years.