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Municipal Leaders' Roles and Responsibilities
Municipalities of Saskatchewan is offering a virtual Municipal Leaders' Roles and Responsibilities (MLRR) Workshop. As a part of the Municipal Leadership Development Program (MLDP), MLRR is developed exclusively for elected and appointed municipal leaders in Saskatchewan. This workshop, for new and returning council members and municipal staff, will provide essential information on council procedures and municipal roles.

The cost to attend is $45 per registrant. Attending the workshop will count as a credit towards the completion of MLDP.

Municipalities of Saskatchewan will also be offering the workshop on March 2, 2021. More information on the March 2 session will be available following Convention 2021.

Dec 8, 2020 08:30 AM in Saskatchewan

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Speakers

Marcy Johnson
Municipal Advisor @Advisory Services and Municipal Relations
Marcy Johnson has eight years of municipal experience and joined the Advisory Services team in 2018. She is proud to be a Government of Saskatchewan employee. Dealing the administrators, council members and the public is enjoyable. Marcy has history working in both rural and urban centers, including dealing with organized hamlets. She lives in Fort Qu’Appelle and in her spare time she loves spending time with her partner Jeff and her grandson Easton.
Mary McFadyen, Q.C.
Ombudsman & Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner, Saskatchewan @Ombudsman Saskatchewan
Mary is the Ombudsman and Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner for Saskatchewan. Prior to accepting this role, she was Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa. Prior to that, she was General Counsel for the Office of the Ombudsman for the Department of National Defence and Canadian Forces, and worked at Justice Canada as Counsel, War Crimes Section, and Senior Counsel/Coordinator of the Criminal Conviction Review Group. Ms. McFadyen has been a member of the Law Society of Saskatchewan since 1985 and worked in private practice in Regina from 1985-1992.
Chris Costley
Vice President @Urban Municipal Administrators’ Association of Saskatchewan
Chris Costley is the Chief Administrative Officer of the Town of Mossbank and the Vice President of the Urban Municipal Administrators’ Association of Saskatchewan. He holds a B.A. Honours in political studies and a B.Comm. in accounting. He has been a municipal administrator for 8 years and a UMAAS executive member since late 2014.