Upcoming National Events

- JUN -


PSMW 2018
Location: Hôtel Le Concorde Québec
08:00h - 17:00h

fmi*igf is excited to announce that this year's PSMW (Public Sector Management Workshop) will be hosted in  beautiful Québec City on June 4 and 5, 2018. 

We’ve been working hard to build an outstanding event, bringing together today’s leading experts and thought-leaders for an exciting and thought-provoking two days.

Participants will also have an opportunity to network with fellow members of the financial management community from all three levels of government… an opportunity to share best practices in the workplace.

Stay tuned for program updates, speaker announcements and important attendee details in the coming months. 

We look forward to seeing you!

Dany Roy & Suzanne Chiricota
PSMW 2018 Co-Chairs

For all the details about the sessions, please visit the PSMW 2018 section of our website www.fmi.ca.

Upcoming Chapter Events

- MAR -


Hosted by: Manitoba Chapter
2017 Canada Summer Games
Location: Radisson Hotel - 288 Portage Avenue
11:30h - 01:00h



The successes and legacies (both operational and capital) of the 2017 Canada Summer Games held in Winnipeg. 

Speaker Bio:


With over thirty years of sport leadership experience, Jeff Hnatiuk is the President & CEO of Sport Manitoba. Jeff returned to Sport Manitoba after completion of his secondment as President and CEO of the 2017 Canada Summer Games Host Society. 

At Sport Manitoba Jeff oversees the delivery and development of sport in Manitoba, while serving as a leader on many provincial and national boards and task forces. Prior to his position as CEO and President of the Host Society and Sport Manitoba, Jeff served as Executive Director for both Golf Manitoba and Hockey Manitoba. He has a Bachelor of Recreation Studies from the University of Manitoba and an Administration degree from the University of Winnipeg.

Among his many accomplishments, Jeff has served on the Advisory Committee to the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation Management at the University of Manitoba, sat on the Board of Directors for the 1999 World Junior Hockey Championships and the 1999 Pan American Games Legacy Committee. He is a member of the National Task Force commissioned for development of a National Alternate Dispute Resolution System for Sport in Canada and was part of the organizing committee for the 2002 North American Indigenous Games.  In 2009 a Winnipeg Free Press panel of media and sporting heavyweights selected Jeff Hnatiuk as "most influential sports figure in the province". 

- APR -


Hosted by: Halifax Chapter
Women In Leadership
Location: Brightwood Golf & Country Club, 227 School St., Dartmouth
09:00h - 12:00h

The fmi*igf Halifax Chapter's April event will be held on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  Come and join us at the Brightwood Golf and Country Club, 227 School Street, Dartmouth for an informative professional development session entitled "Women in Leadership".  You will hear presentations from Joyce Carter,  President and Chief Executive Officer of the Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA) and Anne-Marie Gammon, President and Chief Executive Officer of CPA Atlantic School of Business.  

Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m.  The cost of this session is $75.

Joyce Carter's session is entitled "Effecting Change Through Collaboration".  Halifax Stanfield International Airport is managed and developed by Halifax International Airport Authority.  The airport is worth over $2.8 billion annually to the Nova Scotia economy, and employs over 5,600 workers.  It is a catalyst for economic and social growth in the region, and has significant plans for growth.  So much of what it does enables growth, through tourism, trade, economic prosperity, immigration, and business to business connections.  Hear from President & CEO Joyce Carter on how a collaborative leadership style is key.

Anne-Marie Gammon's session is entitled "Resilience and Women in Leadership".  Innovation.  Disruption.  An increasingly complex world.  More than ever, resilience matters.  This interactive session explores the resilience of women in leadership.  Resilience will be defined as a critical leadership trait and how it is borne from trials and tribulations.  We will then explore how resilience can be developed and sustained individually and organizationally as we adapt to the constant challenges of contemporary leadership.

Membership with fmi*igf is included when you attend one of our sessions.  It also provides reduced rates for professional development workshops, on-line access to the fmi*igf Journal and the opportunity to be eligible for a draw that provides free registration and travel subsidy of $1,500 to a national fmi*igf event.  Another benefit of membership is the Chapter's Annual Scholarship for a member or dependent of a member in a full-time study at university or community college.  Details are available on the Chapters web page at www.fmi.ca

This professional development session is equivalent to two (2) PD credits.

To register for this event go to www.fmi-igf.ca.  Space is limited, so register early to avoid disappointment.

Deadline for registration is Thursday, March 29, 2018.

Looking forward to seeing you on the 4th!


- MAY -


Hosted by: Victoria Chapter
CPABC-FMI Joint Professional Development Workshop - May 15 & 16, 2018
Location: Hotel Grand Pacific, 463 Belleville Street, Victoria, BC
08:00h - 04:00h

The Victoria chapters of the Chartered Professional Accountants and the Financial Management Institute invite you to the 18th annual Joint Professional Development Workshop.  This year’s theme is Hot Topics and Trends in the Public Sector

More details and registration information will follow in March, 2018.

- MAY -


Hosted by: Capital Chapter
Project Management 101
Location: Ottawa Sheraton (150 Albert St.)
08:00h - 16:00h

In collaboration with Project Management Institute, the FMI-CC is pleased to present an in-depth day on project management in the public sector.  We will begin the day with a strategic overview of key project management elements and the direction of project management capacity in the public sector.  The afternoon will focus on case studies allowing you to have an opportunity to apply project management fundamentals and tools.


Join us for an engaging day focusing on project management in the public sector!

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- JUN -


Hosted by: Capital Chapter
Government Priorities of the Day - Budget 2018
Location: Sheraton - 150 Albert St. Ottawa
08:00h - 16:00h

The FMI Capital Chapter has had a fantastic year and we are going out with a bang! This is the PD Day you will not want to miss! We have once again, enlisted engaging speakers to highlight some of the Government of Canada's key priorities that are of interest to you and your organization. Dynamic senior leaders, from both inside and outside Government, will share their perspectives on the various government priorities by sector: Economic Policy Priorities; Social Policy Priorities; and Innovation/Experimentation as a Top Priority. The day will feature several exciting keynote speakers throughout the day.

This PD Day is ideally suited for those involved in delivering on these key priorities, new entrants to the public service, aspiring leaders, those involved in strategic policy, program delivery, financial management or strategies and federal budget submissions. The PD Day will also be of interest to those who are clients of these initiatives and those who wish to understand interactions between departments and central agencies, and the Federal Budget process.

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