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Make Your Mark




Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador has expanded their #MakeYourMark campaign to encourage more candidates to come forward for municipal office. The Make Your Mark campaign was first created by the Provincial Government in 2009 under the leadership of Honourable Dianne Whalen. With support from Minister Eddie Joyce and the Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment, the MNL has taken the initiative to move to this next level of civic engagement.

Supporting their campaign is a dynamic new website that contains videos, testimonials and resources to help people understand the 'Why' and 'How To' become involved in municipal government. The site will also be a permanent resource for potential candidates, current members of Council and administrators for this election, future by-elections and the 2021 municipal general election.

Make Your Mark is a long-term public engagement initiative of the MNL. As stewards of the municipal sector, the MNL Board of Directors believe recruitment of potential candidates and citizen engagement, both to get involved through municipal committees or simply by learning more about how municipalities work, is critical in preserving our local democracy.

To learn more, visit the Make Your Mark website.




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