The Ombudsman promotes and protects fairness in the delivery of government services.
If you believe you have been treated unfairly, we may investigate, mediate or suggest other ways to solve the problem.
We are neutral and look at the complaint from all sides.
Yukon Ombudsman marks Ombuds Day by sharing information on vaccine credentials and fairness
Diane McLeod-McKay is marking Ombuds Day by raising awareness of work that Ombuds in Canada have done to help governments & other public service providers ensure fairness is top of mind when developing & implementing COVID-19 vaccine credential systemsView Post
Op Ed: Ombuds Day, vaccine credentials and fairness
Yukon Ombudsman Diane McLeod-McKay wrote an op-ed for Yukon newspapers to mark Ombuds Day, to increase awareness of the work of Ombuds offices, as well as highlight issues around fairness and vaccine credentialsView Post
BC and Yukon Privacy Commissioners and Ombudsman issue a joint special report calling on governments to adopt a framework for responsible use of artificial intelligence (AI) in decision-making in the public sector
A special report released today by the three offices raises a number of fairness and privacy concerns with the use of AI that impact the publicView Post