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Jindal Global Law Review

, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp 131–132 | Cite as

Correction to: Everything under one roof: Canada’s evolving model of parliamentary ethics

  • Ian Stedman
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1 Correction to: Jindal Global Law Review  https://doi.org/10.1007/s41020-018-0058-2

In the original publication of the article, there was a disjointed chart formatting in the table and the correct table is mentioned as follows.

Juris.

MPP

Lobbyist Registrar

Other

COI

duties

Access

to Info & Privacy

Expense Review

Whistle-

blowing

(DOW)

Alberta

1992

2007

2014 (designated office holders & political staff46)

   

Manitoba

2002

2012 (passed 2008)

 

2010

(Info & Privacy Adj.)

  

New Brunswick

2000

201747

 

2017

  

NWT

1999

 

All gov’t employees, except NWT Power Corp.

   

Nova

Scotia

201048

 

1991 (full

public service)

   

Ontario

1988

1998

2006 (ministers’ staff)

 

200249 &

200950

2006

P.E.I.

1999

201751

    

Sask.

1994

2014

    

46See Public Service Act, RSA 2000, c P-42

47Lobbyists must register their activities by October 1, 2017

48Legislation was passed in 2010 to appoint dedicated Commissioner and replace outdated Members and Public Employees Disclosure Act, SNS 1991, c 4

49See Cabinet Ministers’ and Opposition Leaders’ Expenses Review and Accountability Act, 2002, SO 2002, c. 34, Sched. A (under which the Integrity Commissioner is responsible for reviewing and approving the travel, meal and hospitality expenses for cabinet ministers, parliamentary assistants, leaders of the Opposition and their staff)

50See Public Sector Expenses Review Act, 2009, SO 2009, c 20 (under which the Integrity Commissioner is responsible for reviewing and approving the travel, meal and hospitality expenses for senior executives, appointees and the top five employee expense claimants at selected agencies, boards and commissions)

51Bill-24, Lobbyists Registration Act, 3rd Sess, 65th Leg, Prince Edward Island, 2017 (assented to 20 December 2017) [Bill 24] (Although not required under section 3 of the Act, it remains possible that the duties of Lobbyist Registrar could be assigned to the province’s Conflict of Interest Commissioner. Proclamation of the legislation is pending as of 4 February 2018)

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Osgoode Hall Law SchoolTorontoCanada

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