2022 Municipal Symposium
Join us for the 2022 Municipal Symposium in Gander, NL Thursday, May 5 to Saturday, May 7, at the Quality Inn and Suites. This will be an in-person event, with an option to view live-streamed sessions virtually.
This year’s theme is Building Essentials.
With pandemic capacity and distancing restrictions now lifted, we look forward to the in-person connections and discussions that are such an important part of the Municipal Symposium. We strongly encourage people to wear a mask during Symposium events.
Here’s a look at some of the session topics planned for this year:
- Municipal Code of Conduct Act
- Asset Management
- Wastewater and Drinking Water
- Municipal Infrastructure
- Meetings for Small Towns, Urban, Women’s and Youth Caucuses
- Networking opportunities for regions
PRE-SYMPOSIUM MENTAL HEALTH SUMMIT
The first-ever Municipal Mental Health Summit is scheduled for the morning of Thursday, May 5, hosted by the Mental Health Task Force: Communities That Care. Click here for details, including presenter bios and how to register.
Individual in-person delegate: $300.00
Virtual access: $250.00 (full council), $50.00 (individual)
If you wish to purchase a virtual access registration, email email@example.com.
SPONSORSHIP AND VENDOR OPPORTUNITIES
Our sponsor and vendor partners are integral to the success of the Municipal Symposium. Our corporate partners are a valuable source of products, services, and knowledge for people working in the municipal sector. We value these relationships, and look forward to working together to enhance and strengthen the municipal sector.
The Symposium will bring together municipal councillors, mayors, and administrators representing more than 100 municipalities, making it an ideal venue for generating leads, spreading awareness, and promoting your goods and services to the municipal sector.
We have created a range of packages for you to choose from. Additionally, we are able to work with your company to create a custom sponsorship package tailored to your needs.
For inquiries or for more information, contact Bradley Power, Director of Programs, MNL by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Delegates are responsible for booking their own accommodation. When booking, be sure to tell the hotel that you are attending the MNL Municipal Symposium, as we have reserved a block of rooms for Symposium delegates.
The Department of Municipal and Provincial Affairs is providing matched training funding for this event. Download the application forms here.
The cancellation deadline is Thursday, April 14. There will be no refunds after that date.
Thank you to the sponsors of the 2022 Municipal Symposium. Your support helps to make this event possible.