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Yukon Ombudsman

Annual Reports

Here you will find a copy of the Office of the Ombudsman's Annual Report dating back to the Office's inception in 1996. 


2018 Annual Report

2017 Annual Report

2016 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report

2012 Annual Report

2011 Annual Report

2010 Annual Report

2009 Annual Report

2008 Annual Report

2007 Annual Report

2006 Ombudsman and IPC Combined Annual Report

2005 Ombudsman and IPC Combined Annual Report

2004 Ombudsman and IPC Combined Annual Report

2003 Ombudsman and IPC Combined Annual Report

2002 Ombudsman and IPC Combined Annual Report

2001 Ombudsman and IPC Combined Annual Report

2000 Ombudsman and IPC Combined Annual Report

1999 Ombudsman and IPC Combined Annual Report

1998 Ombudsman and IPC Combined Annual Report

1997 Ombudsman and IPC Combined Annual Report

1996 Ombudsman and IPC Combined Annual Report

Relevant FAQs

Do all complaints get investigated?

Not necessarily. Each complaint is unique and we try to choose the most appropriate way to deal with it. Sometimes that means an investigation. Other times, we may use mediation or negotiation. Whenever possible, we contact the government office to see if an early resolution can be achieved.

What is an Ombudsman?

The term Ombudsman comes from the Swedish language, meaning “protector of the people”. There is no clearer or simpler way to express the core goal of this office. Our mission is to provide an independent means by which public complaints concerning the Yukon government can be heard and investigated. Our job is to promote fairness, and help improve government services.

What does the Yukon Ombudsman do?

The Ombudsman is an impartial investigator who takes complaints regarding Yukon government services. The Ombudsman can independently and impartially look at a matter to see whether or not you have been treated fairly. If the Ombudsman finds that you have been treated unfairly, she can make recommendations to address the unfairness. Independent review of individual complaints can work to improve government administration. We also work to educate the public and government about fairness in administration and the role of our office.

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