Takes complaints from people who think they have been treated unfairly by a provincial ministry, agency, Crown corporation, board, or health entity, or a city, town, village, resort village, northern village or RM, or about the conduct of municipal council members. The Ombudman is an impartial entity and looks at both sides impartially and fairly.
The Ombudsman is also appointed as the Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner. Public service employees who think a wrongdoing has been or is about to be committed in their workplace can make a disclosure to or seek advice from the Commissioner’s Office. Those who are protected from reprisals and the Commissioner’s Office can investigate complaints of reprisal.
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