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Issues and Implementation Action Plan for Contaminated Sites P2 3260 The report touches on the PSAB accounting standard on Liability for Contaminated Sites (PS 3260) issued in 2010 and has an effective date on April 1, 2014. The reports discusses methods on how this standard will affect reporting practices for 2015 and offers a self-assessment tool to get started. Click here for the self-assessment tool: https://surveys.kpmg.ca/se.ashx?s=58F002177DA64D98 Click here for a quick video introduction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NVDmQaBoKQ For more information: http://www.kpmg.com/ca/en/industry/publicsector/pages/liability-for-contaminated-sites-the-clock-is-ticking.aspx
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Liability for Contaminated Sites This standard applies to: contaminated sites that are no longer in productive use (i.e., legacy sites such as abandoned mine sites on Crown lands); contamination resulting from the operation of an asset that is no longer used but the liability has not been previously recognized; and unexpected environmental events such as a toxic spill or natural disaster.
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Managing the Cost of Risk - AMO’s 2011 Municipal Insurance Survey Results The Association of Municipalities of Ontario has completed the first ever comprehensive survey of municipal insurance costs across the province. The survey reveals that since 2007, liability premiums have increased by 22.2% and are among the fastest growing municipal costs. Total 2011 Ontario municipal insurance costs are $155.2 million. Liability premiums make up the majority of these expenses at $85.5 million. Property taxpayers are paying this price. Continued advocacy by municipalities is needed to help change this legal environment and explore alternatives such as proportionate liability.
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RFP: Insurance and Risk Management The Municipality is in the process of selecting an Insurer to provide insurance and risk management services.
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The Municipal Finance Officers' Association of Ontario (MFOA), established in 1989, is the professional association of municipal finance officers with more than 2,300 individual members. We represent individuals who are responsible for handling the financial affairs of municipalities and who are key advisors to councils on matters of finance policy.
MFOA promotes the interests of our members in carrying out their statutory and other financial responsibilities through advocacy, information sharing, networking opportunities, and through the promotion of fiscal sustainability. We also provide members with training and education to enable continuous professional development and to support excellence in municipal finance.
The past, present and future of MFOA
Are you curious about the evolution of MFOA’s training programs, why MFOA’s policy work looks the way it does or care to stroll down memory lane? Then you should read all about the past, present and future of MFOA! Staff have compiled the Association’s history through minutes of historical Board meetings and summarized them into a dynamic PowerPoint presentation. It reviews our work, our priority municipal finance issues and organizational changes from 1982 to present that define the mature Association.
Disclaimer: The minutes of past Board meetings have been interpreted as accurately as possible. The past, present and future of MFOA is based on available historic documents with a few holes filled in through individual interviews. Because many of the key figures were not available for questioning, no full first hand explanation was possible in some areas.