Conflict of interest commissioner
Last updated: May 31, 2022
The conflict of interest commissioner is an independent officer of the legislative assembly.
- Acts as an advisor to members of the legislative assembly. Members need to know what their obligations are and that the steps they have taken or propose to take will fulfill those obligations
- Meets with each member at least annually to review the disclosure of the member's interests and general obligations imposed by the Members' Conflict of Interest Act
- Undertakes investigations and inquiries into alleged contraventions of the Members' Conflict of Interest Act or Section 25 of the Constitution Act
The commissioner may provide written opinions on application by any individual member, by executive council, by the legislative assembly, or by a member of the public.
They may also at the request of the Lieutenant Governor in Council, or of the Legislative Assembly, undertake such special assignments as the commissioner considers appropriate.
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