Current Issue

Municipal Leader – Winter 2017

If you ask 10 people what economic development is, you’ll get 10 different answers. Rural Economic Development is a hot topic these days and we’ve got 16 pages telling you why in this issue’s Special Report. We’ve profiled success stories large and small, from right here in Manitoba to reaching across the globe. You will also hear from the Minister of Growth, Enterprise and Trade, Cliff Cullen, and learn about the many economic development programs and tools that are available to municipalities.

We’ve also talked to the “new” AMM Executive team to find out what their priorities are for the coming term, featured a new “solution to pollution”, highlighted the work of the AMM and Province of Manitoba’s most recent Technical Advisory Committee, and included a pictorial recap of the 18th Annual Convention. We hope you enjoy this issue.

Read Online
Fall 2016 Details Read
Summer 2016 Details Read
Spring 2016 Details Read
Winter 2016 Details Read
Fall 2015 Details Read
Summer 2015 Details Read
Spring 2015 Details Read
Winter 2015 Details Read
Fall 2014 Details Read
Summer 2014 Details Read
Spring 2014 Details Read
Winter 2014 Details Read
Fall 2013 Details Read
Summer 2013 Details Read
Spring 2013 Details Read
Winter 2013 Details Read
Fall 2012 Details Read
Summer 2012 Details Read
Spring 2012 Details Read
Winter 2012 Details Read
Fall 2011 Details Read
Summer 2011 Details Read
Spring 2011 Details Read
Winter 2011 Details Download
Fall, 2010 Details Download
Summer 2010 Details Download
Spring 2010 Details Download
Winter 2010 Details Download
Fall 2009 Details Download
Summer 2009 Details Download
Spring 2009 Details Download
Winter 2009 Details Download
Fall 2008 Details Download
Summer 2008 Details Download
Spring 2008 Details Download
Winter 2008 Details Download
Fall 2007 Details Download
Summer 2007 Details Download
Spring 2007 Details Download
Winter 2007 Details Download
Fall 2006 Details Missing
Summer 2006 Details Download
Spring 2006 Details Download
Winter 2006 Details Download
Fall 2005 Details Missing