How do I contact Ombudsman Ontario?

How do I contact Ombudsman Ontario?

If you can’t find an organization or aren’t sure whether your complaint is within the Ombudsman’s jurisdiction, please call 1-800-263-1830 or email [email protected] and we will be happy to assist you.

Who is the current Ombudsman of Ontario?

Paul Dubé
Ontario Ombudsman

Office overview
Office executives Paul Dubé, Ombudsman Barbara Finlay, Deputy Ombudsman
Parent Office Office of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario
Key document Ombudsman Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. O.6

What does an Ombudsman do in Ontario?

The Ontario Ombudsman promotes fairness, accountability and transparency in the public sector by investigating public complaints and systemic issues within his jurisdiction.

What is Ombudsman responsible for?

An ombudsman is an independent official, judge or referee whose job is to receive, investigate, and resolve complaints of bad or unfair treatment of customers.

Is there a CRA ombudsman?

The Office of the Taxpayers’ Ombudsperson (OTO) works independently from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). We are here to improve the service that the CRA provides to taxpayers by reviewing service-related complaints. We also look at issues that can affect more than one person, or a segment of the population.

What does the Ombudsman of Ontario do?

The Ombudsman investigates individual complaints and major systemic issues under the Ombudsman Act. Take a look at our annual reports below and use the filters to refine your search by year and/or topic. This is the second Annual Report of the French Language Services Commissioner presented by the Office of the Ombudsman of Ontario.

What did the Ombudsman receive a complaint about in March 2021?

The Ombudsman received a complaint about closed meetings held electronically by council for the Municipality of Temagami on March 8, 2021 and March 25, 2021. A mother complained to our Office that her son’s school didn’t notify the local children’s aid society (CAS) about allegations he made to his teacher that his grandmother had hurt him.

How do I file a complaint with Ombudsman Canada?

Complaints can be filed by selecting one of our online complaint forms below or by email [email protected] You can leave a brief voicemail at 1-800-263-1830. We will do our best to return your call within two business days, during working hours.

How many cases did the Ombudsman receive in 2012?

Ombudsman’s Message-The Multipurpose Ombudsman The stories in this report, arising from the 19,726 cases we received in 2012-2013, demonstrate how my Office uses a variety of tools to resolve individual and systemic concerns.