Ontario’s Office of the Integrity Commissioner was established in 1988 to maintain high standards of ethical conduct in the Ontario Public Service. It is independent of government, striving to encourage and sustain a culture of integrity and accountability.
The Office has five key areas of responsibility:
-Ministers’ Staff Ethical Conduct
-Ontario Public Service Disclosure of Wrongdoing
MPP Public Financial Disclosure Statements
Financial disclosure statements for Ontario’s MPPs are available. The statements reflect a member’s assets, liabilities and other information as of Sept. 1, 2016.
See the statements here
Lobbyists Registration Resources
Step-by-step videos are available to help lobbyists create and make changes to their registrations.
See the tutorial videos here
Submitting a new lobbyist registration or a renewal? Stay compliant and submit complete registrations with the help of Registration and Compliance Checklists.
See the checklists here
Disclosure of Wrongdoing
A form and summary of the process are available to current and former public servants looking to make a disclosure of wrongdoing.
See the form here
Create an account, renew your registration or update your profile.
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Meet the Integrity Commissioner Hon. J. David Wake and read our various publications and news releases.
The Integrity Commissioner advises MPPs on conflict of interest and ethical behaviour in their day to day activities.
The Integrity Commissioner is the ethics executive for Ministers' staff and considers questions on conflict of interest rules.
Search the database of paid lobbyists to learn who is lobbying whom in provincial government.
Find guidelines for submitting expenses, forms and general information about the expense review process.
Learn how current and former members of the Ontario Public Service can submit a disclosure of wrongdoing.
Read our latest annual report and other publications.
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