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Jenny Gerbasi

Jenny Gerbasi is deputy mayor of Winnipeg and president of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, the national voice of municipal government, with nearly 2,000 members representing 90 per cent of Canadians.

Opinion | BY JENNY GERBASI | April 9, 2018
For two years, FCM has offered extensive advice on fine-tuning infrastructure programs to maximize outcomes. Another key area where we see our advice being adopted is in recognizing the financial and administrative realities of rural, northern and remote communities, writes Jenny Gerbasi. Photograph courtesy of Flickr
Opinion | BY JENNY GERBASI | April 9, 2018
Opinion | BY JENNY GERBASI | April 9, 2018
For two years, FCM has offered extensive advice on fine-tuning infrastructure programs to maximize outcomes. Another key area where we see our advice being adopted is in recognizing the financial and administrative realities of rural, northern and remote communities, writes Jenny Gerbasi. Photograph courtesy of Flickr
Opinion | BY JENNY GERBASI | January 22, 2018
The federal commitment to legalize cannabis has always carried a federal responsibility to ensure all orders of government have the tools they need to follow through. So if cannabis revenues start lower than hoped, or if local costs exceed FCM’s projections, Ottawa will need to find other ways to ensure those costs are covered. But the great advantage of revenue-sharing is the planning stability it offers all orders of government, writes Jenny Gerbasi. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY JENNY GERBASI | January 22, 2018
Opinion | BY JENNY GERBASI | January 22, 2018
The federal commitment to legalize cannabis has always carried a federal responsibility to ensure all orders of government have the tools they need to follow through. So if cannabis revenues start lower than hoped, or if local costs exceed FCM’s projections, Ottawa will need to find other ways to ensure those costs are covered. But the great advantage of revenue-sharing is the planning stability it offers all orders of government, writes Jenny Gerbasi. The Hill Times file photograph