2 edition of Special report of the Ombudsman for Alberta found in the catalog.
Special report of the Ombudsman for Alberta
Carter, David J.
|Other titles||Investigation of a complaint against the Social Care Facilities Review Committee.|
|Contributions||Alberta. Office of the Ombudsman.|
|LC Classifications||HV109.A53 A4333 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||83110704|
the Ombudsman Act was amended to reaffirm the Office’s independence and it is noteworthy that this is the only instance in Alberta’s history that the ombudsman felt it necessary to table recommendations in the Legislature in order to rectify maladministration While this case was of importance for the ombudsman in Alberta. The Director, Special Ombudsman Response Team (SORT) is a key member of the Ontario Ombudsman’s Executive Management Team (EMT), providing investigative expertise, leadership, high-level strategic advice and critical management support to the Ombudsman and Deputy Ombudsman in the fulfillment of the Ombudsman’s mandate.
The Special Ombudsman Response Team’s assessment of WSIAT’s backlog noted that the tribunal’s normal workload of about 4, active appeals had more than doubled, surpassing 9, by the end of , leaving some people waiting years for their cases to be heard. A new Chair of WSIAT was appointed in September Municipal Investigation Reports. Reports appear in order of date posted (most recently posted appear first). When multiple reports are posted on the same date, the reports within that grouping are in alphabetical order. Note: A web version of a report may have been edited from the original version.
Professor Donald C. Rowat is one of the major contributors to writings on the Ombudsman Revised, Second Edition of The Ombudsman Plan brings to us a valuable survey of the Ombudsman concept and its development which is timely, concise,thoughtful, informative and s: 1. • special meetings could be closed by resolution when the council determines that was in the public interest; and • individuals could be excluded for improper conduct. 3 Division 3 of Part 4 of the Community Charter applies to regional districts through s (7) of the Local Government Act, R.S.B.C. , c.
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The Ombudsman cannot change a decision, but can make recommendations to the appropriate department, or the Minister. If the complaint cannot be resolved at the Ministerial level, the Ombudsman may report to the Lieutenant Governor in Council or the Alberta.
The Office of the Taxpayers' Ombudsman (OTO) reviews complaints when any of your taxpayer service rights, as outlined in the Taxpayer Bill of Rights, appear to not be respected by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). We review complaints only after the complaint has been reviewed by the CRA's Service Complaints program, unless there are compelling circumstances.
The Ombudsman for Alberta investigated five allegations raised by the Lubicon Lake Indian Band: (1) that provincial officials had deliberately allowed fires in the Band's traditional area to rage unchecked; (2) that provincial and oil company workers had been instructed to bulldoze deliberately Indian traplines and to scare game out of the area by firing rifles off into the air; (3).
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was well aware that the notion of an independent officer ‘to investigate complaints from individuals who feel aggrieved by the administrative process of government’ was both long-standing and worldwide.¹ Even though.
Manuscript Special Report of the Ombudsman for Alberta: RE: Grant Lee Phillips Ivany R. The Ombudsman investigates individual complaints and major systemic issues under the Ombudsman Act.
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annual-report-enpdf KB. Download. The California DEPARTMENT OF AGING, LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM (LTCOP) The primary responsibility of the LTCOP is to investigate and endeavor to resolve complaints made by, or on behalf of, individual residents in long-term care facilities.
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