Jay Chalke, QC, Ombudsperson
The Office of the Ombudsperson investigates complaints from members of the public about the administration of government programs and services, including unfair or unreasonable treatment by provincial and local public authorities, and provides general oversight of the administrative fairness of government processes, as outlined in the Ombudsperson Act. The Ombudsperson may make recommendations to improve public administration and issues various types of reports which are tabled in the Legislative Assembly.
The Office also investigates allegations of wrongdoing and reprisal brought forward by current and former provincial government employees, pursuant to the Public Interest Disclosure Act.
250–387-5855 or toll-free 1-800-567-3247