Since 1975, the Ombudsman has helped Ontarians tackle problems with their government. Here’s how to find out more about our office and the Ombudsman Act, the law that empowers us.
The Ontario Ombudsman promotes fairness, accountability and transparency in the public sector by investigating public complaints and systemic issues within his jurisdiction.
We strive to be an agent of positive change by enhancing fairness, accountability and transparency in the public sector and promoting respect for French language service rights as well as the rights of children and youth.
A public sector that serves citizens in a way that is fair, accountable, transparent and respectful of their rights.
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