A NATION WIDE COMPETITION THAT CELEBRATES AND ELEVATES OUR GREAT CANADIAN COMMUNITIES AND MAYORS.
WHAT IS CANADA’S TOP MAYOR AWARD?
Canada’s top mayor award is a community driven fun and friendly competition between Canada’s mayors that brings people together to celebrate and elevate each other. Looking at the good and positive things going on in our Canadian cities and towns. It unites us all in our civic pride and allows us to show off all the best parts of our communities and ourselves. The winning community and Mayor will be awarded a monitory prize for community improvements or their local charitable causes, The Community Cup Trophy and of course bragging rights. Join the community today and get involved.
Recognizes and award the positive contributions our Mayors and community leaders make through a fun and friendly competition that unites Canadians, celebrates civic pride and rewards innovative, proactive and bold grass roots leadership.
The heart of community is people. Let’s focus on the good, elevate each other, embrace solutions and share common opportunities for better communities.
To start positive conversations that engage communities to collaborate with municipal leadership to build inclusive, prosperous and sustainable cities and towns across Canada.
“As the past President of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) which represents almost all of Ontario’s 444 municipal governments and a former member of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) I have seen firsthand the commitment and passion it takes to be a big city Mayor. Thank you to Dawn and Tammy for bringing forward this initiative. I think they all deserve to win.”
“I’m excited to be a part of this awesome initiative Canadas top Mayor award. They are the unsung heroes of our towns and cities across this great country. With this competition, we will elevate Canadian Mayors in an authentic way, and create an awareness of the actual nature of their hard work and dedication.”
“I’m extremely excited to be part of this incredible initiative and I believe that it will bring a much needed positive approach to Municipal Politics throughout Canada.”