City of North Battleford - Saskatchewan
Canadian Award for Financial Reporting
This award is a significant achievement for the City and all staff involved to produce this report
February 25th 2021


City of North Battleford Finance Department
City of North Battleford Finance Department

T
he City of North Battleford has been awarded the Canadian Award for Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA), for the City’s 2019 Annual Report. Approximately 84 communities throughout all of Canada receive this award annually. Previous winners of this award include the cities of Toronto, Winnipeg and Saskatoon. This award is a significant achievement for the City and all staff involved to produce this report. The City is proud to provide residents with a comprehensive, transparent and easy-to-understand financial document.

We are proud to provide transparent financial reporting that exceeds national standards to the residents of North Battleford," said Director of Finance Steve Brown, adding "I would like to congratulate all the staff of the Finance Department, winning this award was a team effort. This award is a reflection of the daily hard work and excellent service our staff provide to the public, thank you”.

City Manager Randy Patrick was pleased that the City had received this prestigious award and recognized the efforts by staff saying “I would like to acknowledge the hard work by the finance staff lead by Steve Brown to produce this document. I would also like to thank Council for their support in moving us forward with this report”.

2019 Annual Report

The award-winning 2019 Annual Report can be reviewed on the City’s website.
https://www.cityofnb.ca/mrws/filedriver/ReportsAndPublications/2019_Annual_Report.pdf

About the Canadian Award for Financial Reporting Program

GFOA established the Canadian Award for Excellence in Financial Reporting Program (CAnFR Program) in 1986 to encourage and assist Canadian local governments to go beyond the minimum requirements of generally accepted accounting principles, as set by the Public Sector Accounting Board of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, to prepare comprehensive annual financial reports that evidence the spirit of transparency and full disclosure and then to recognize individual governments that succeed in achieving that goal.1

For more information:

Randy Patrick, City Manager
306-445-1727 | rpatrick@cityofnb.ca



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