The Yukon Ombudsman provides an independent, impartial means by which public complaints concerning the Government of Yukon can be heard and investigated with the goal of promoting fairness, openness and accountability in public administration.
International Ombuds Day to be celebrated on Thursday, October 8th
The Yukon Ombudsman joins her colleagues across Canada and internationally to mark Ombuds Day on October 8th: Ombuds: Unusual Name. Important Service.View Post
Annual Reports issued by Yukon Ombudsman, Information and Privacy Commissioner, and Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner
Special sections of report highlight key concerns and solutionsView Post
COVID-19 prompts change to way complaints are received by Office of Yukon Ombudsman, Information and Privacy Commissioner and Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner
To support efforts to implement “social distancing” and for the protection of her staff and the public, Diane McLeod-McKay is limiting personal contact by accepting complaints and enquiries by phone and email rather than in-person, for now.View Post