Resources 

Legislation

Ontario was the first province in Canada to introduce a registry for lobbyists. Learn more about the Lobbyists Registration Act, 1998.
 
Some lobbyists may be required to submit an attestation under the Broader Public Sector Accountability Act, 2010


Types of Lobbyists

There are three types of lobbyists under the Lobbyists Registration Act, 1998.  The rules and requirements differ, depending on the type. Learn about the types here.

Guide to the Lobbyists Registration Act

The Guide to the Lobbyists Registration Act covers all steps in the registration process.

Checklists

Registration Checklists

Consultant Lobbyists
In-House Lobbyist Organizations (Not-For-Profit Entities)
In-House Lobbyist Persons & Partnerships (For-Profit Entities)

Compliance Checklists

Consultant Lobbyists
In-House Lobbyist Organizations (Not-For-Profit Entities)

In-House Lobbyist Persons & Partnerships (For-Profit Entities)


Lobbying Activity

The Lobbying Activity section of a registration requires clear and complete information. Find out how to meet this requirement with our resource on Lobbying Activity.

Primary Contacts

Are you a Primary Contact?  Learn about this role and how it can help an organization manage its registration(s): Information for Primary Contacts.


Interpretation Bulletins

Read our Interpretation Bulletins.


Other Jurisdictions

Learn about lobbyists registration requirements in other jurisdictions.

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