The 2022 FONOM Conference will be held in North Bay,
May 9th, 10th, and 11th, 2022
The FONOM Conference is SOLD OUT for delegate registrations, exhibitors, and the annual banquet!
Also included in this year’s conference are displays from a selection of exhibitors and the opportunity to network and discuss leading practices with other municipal representatives.
Need a place to stay? Book a hotel room at the North Bay Best Western by calling 705-474-5800. Use booking code: FONOM
Registration Ends April 26 at 4:30 pm (Early Bird April 8th, 2022)
To register and for more information visit:
For all conference inquiries, please contact the City of North Bay
Phone: 705-474-0400, ext. 2329
2022 Exhibitor form fillable
2022 Delegate Registration form
During the FONOM Conference Hosted by the City of North Bay in May, FONOM will be hosting a Northern Leaders Debate, with all four Leaders confirmed. The FONOM Board would like to solicit our members for debate questions they would like to have asked during the debate. We would ask that the question be submitted by Friday, April 29. The FONOM Executive Committee will review the questions for consideration. Please ensure the question is of regional importance.
Other planned Agenda Items for the 2022 FONOM Conference are;
Cultural Mindfulness, NWMO Safety Transportation plan, ONTC Shop Tour, Reception at Gateway Casino, MPAC Update, Insurance pricing explained, Banquet, AGM, a path forward for Mental Health, Homelessness, and Addiction, and an update from FedNor.
FONOM is going to start to host quarterly Learning Mornings for our Members. The Morning will include five 30-minute presentations, and we would hope the presenter will take questions from attendees inside that time frame. Our next morning will be on Wednesday, November 10th (Zoom link below), starting at 8:30, and we should be done just before 12noon. We plan to do the third morning on Thursday, February 17th, 2022. Previous Learning Morning Sessions are available on FONOM’s YouTube Channel
FONOM Learning Morning – Wednesday, November 10th, 2021
Tourism Industry Association of Ontario
The government recognizes the Tourism Industry Association of Ontario (TIAO) as the voice of tourism. They advocate the importance of tourism as an economic driver and job creator to serve the interests of Ontario’s diverse tourism industry and business community. At TIAO, they work on behalf of our membership, collectively representing 200,000 businesses and 400,000 employees.
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Guaranteed Funeral Deposits
Founded in 1961, Guaranteed Funeral Deposits GFD prides itself on providing exceptional Member support, offering various tools, coaching, training, and services needed to maintain your cemetery.
Local Authority Services (LAS)
Local Authority Services (LAS) is a preferred provider of competitively-priced and sustainable cooperative business services for Ontario municipalities and the broader public sector. LAS helps communities work better. Services include Asset Services, Commodity Programs, Energy Services, and Digital Services.