Join us for FCM’s 2020 Annual Conference and Trade Show—June 4-7 in the heart of downtown Toronto!
Just months after the federal election, FCM’s 2020 Annual Conference and Trade Show is a fantastic opportunity to showcase how empowering local leaders with modern fiscal tools and a seat at the table builds better lives.
Learn from dozens of engaging workshops and study tours. Hear from Canada’s top federal political leaders. Meet industry experts at our ever-popular trade show. And of course, network with thousands of your municipal colleagues.
As Canada’s largest gathering of municipal leaders, this is one event you won’t want to miss.
At the conference you will:
- Learn best practices and gain new insights to tackle your municipality’s challenges.
- Network with more than 2,000 delegates from across the country.
- Influence the municipal agenda while hearing from federal party leaders.
- Exchange and share knowledge that can help strengthen your community.
- Achieve your municipality’s full potential and raise your community’s profile.
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building
222 Bremmer Blvd, Toronto ON M5V 3L9
Conference Code of Conduct
The Federation of Canadian Municipalities is committed to the highest standard of respect and dignity at each one of its events. All delegates, speakers, sponsors, exhibitors and volunteers at the 2020 Annual Conference and Trade Show must comply with FCM’s Code of Conduct. The code mandates that attendees conduct themselves in a safe and welcoming manner—free from harassment or discrimination. This core ethical standard applies to all facets of the conference, on-site or off-site, including but not limited to social events, study tours, workshops, plenaries, and political meetings where delegates are in attendance.
FCM does not tolerate harassment of any kind. Should you be subject to—or witness any—inappropriate or threatening behaviour or language, please notify registration staff. Anyone found to be acting in such a manner will have their registration revoked and asked to leave the premises immediately.