Videos

Watch our educational videos, which depict real-life ethical situations that you may face in your work as a public servant.

Hockey Mom

As a public servant, have you ever wondered if it’s okay to use information or contacts you may have in the public service to assist you with a private matter? This video provides tips on how to apply Ontario’s conflict of interest rule about preferential treatment. The video was produced in partnership with the Treasury Board Secretariat.



Deputy Minister Turned Vice-President

As a public servant, have you ever wondered what kind of work you can do once you leave the public service? This video provides tips on how to apply Ontario’s conflict of interest rule about accepting post-service employment. The video was produced in partnership with the Treasury Board Secretariat.



Getting the Word Out

Have you ever wondered if your volunteer activities might conflict with your day job as a public servant? This video provides tips on how to apply Ontario’s conflict of interest rule about engaging in business, employment or volunteer activities outside one’s public service role. The video was adapted from the original produced jointly by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.



Prizewinner

As a public servant, have you ever wondered if you can accept a gift from a vendor? This video provides tips on how to apply Ontario’s conflict of interest rule about accepting gifts. The video was adapted from the original produced jointly by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.



In the Know

As a public servant, have you ever wondered what to do if your family interacts with your Ministry/Public body. This video provides tips on how to apply Ontario’s conflict of interest rule about using your public service position to benefit yourself, spouse or children. The video linked below was adapted from the original produced jointly by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.

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