Yukon Ombudsman Yukon Information and Privacy Commissioner Yukon Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner

For Employees

Employees of public entities can now disclose wrongdoings that are in the public interest without fear of reprisal.  Employees have options about who they can disclose to including a supervisor, a designated officer in their public entity, or the Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner.

Along with the Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner’s authority to investigate wrongdoing disclosures and reprisals, she can provide confidential advice to employees who are considering making a wrongdoing disclosure. 

The Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner encourages employees to contact her office for advice prior to making a disclosure.

What's New

COVID-19 prompts change to way complaints are received by Office of Yukon Ombudsman, Information and Privacy Commissioner and Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner

To support efforts to implement “social distancing” and for the protection of her staff and the public, Diane McLeod-McKay is limiting personal contact by accepting complaints and enquiries by phone and email rather than in-person, for now.

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Actions being taken by Yukon Ombudsman, Information and Privacy Commissioner and Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner in response to COVID-19 - Updated March 18 2020

The Yukon Ombudsman, Information and Privacy Commissioner and Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner is taking a number of steps to respond to evolving circumstances related to COVID-19.

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Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner pleased with initial government response to group home report

The Yukon Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner is pleased that Health and Social Services has accepted all recommendations and observations in her Special Investigation Report, Allegations of Wrongdoing in the Delivery of Group Home Care.

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