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Big City Mayors' Caucus

Big City Mayors' Caucus

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities' Big City Mayors' Caucus (BCMC) is the voice of Canada's biggest cities. Cities are engines that drive our country forward, creating local jobs and local growth. Canada's cities are also hubs for innovation, where solutions are found, tested and shared to meet national challenges playing out in communities across the country. 

FCM's caucus of big city mayors brings together representatives from 22 of Canada's biggest cities, offering a forum for policy development on a range of issues affecting our largest centres. Through FCM, the mayors' caucus partners with the federal government in nation-building through city-building. 

BCMC website

Brampton, Mayor Patrick Brown
Calgary, Mayor Naheed Nenshi
Edmonton, Mayor Don Iveson (Chair)
Gatineau, Maire Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin
Halifax, Mayor Mike Savage
Hamilton, Mayor Fred Eisenberger
Kitchener, Mayor Berry Vrbanovic
Laval, Maire Marc Demers
Longueuil, Mayor Sylvie Parent
London, Mayor Ed Holder
Mississauga, Mayor Bonnie Crombie
Montréal,  Mairesse Valérie Plante
Ottawa, Mayor Jim Watson
Québec, Maire Régis Labeaume
Regina, Mayor Michael Fougere
Saskatoon, Mayor Charlie Clark
St. John's, Mayor Danny Breen
Surrey, Mayor Doug McCallum
Toronto, Mayor John Tory
Vancouver, Mayor Kennedy Stewart
Windsor, Mayor Drew Dilkens
Winnipeg, Mayor Brian Bowman

Page Updated: 04/12/2018