D-11.1 - Act to facilitate the disclosure of wrongdoings relating to public bodies

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17. The Public Protector includes, in the activity report referred to in section 28 of the Public Protector Act (chapter P-32),
(1)  the number of disclosures received;
(2)  the number of disclosures whose processing or examination was ended under section 12;
(3)  the number of undertaken, ongoing or concluded investigations;
(4)  the number of well-founded disclosures;
(5)  the number of disclosures broken down according to the categories of wrongdoings set out in section 4;
(6)  the number of persons who were given access to legal advice;
(7)  the number of complaints received regarding reprisals;
(8)  the number of well-founded complaints regarding reprisals;
(9)  the number of times information was forwarded under the first and second paragraphs of section 14; and
(10)  any recommendations the Public Protector deems appropriate.
The Public Protector must also report on whether the time limits for the processing of disclosures were complied with.
2016, c. 342016, c. 34, s. 17; 2017, c. 27 2017, c. 27, s. 192.
17. The Public Protector includes, in the activity report referred to in section 28 of the Public Protector Act (chapter P-32),
(1)  the number of disclosures received;
(2)  the number of disclosures whose processing or examination was ended under section 12;
(3)  the number of undertaken, ongoing or concluded investigations;
(4)  the number of well-founded disclosures;
(5)  the number of disclosures broken down according to the categories of wrongdoings set out in section 4;
(6)  the number of persons who were given access to legal advice;
(7)  the number of complaints received regarding reprisals;
(8)  the number of well-founded complaints regarding reprisals;
(9)  the number of times information was forwarded under the first paragraph of section 14; and
(10)  any recommendations the Public Protector deems appropriate.
The Public Protector must also report on whether the time limits for the processing of disclosures were complied with.
2016, c. 342016, c. 34, s. 17.
In force: 2017-05-01
17. The Public Protector includes, in the activity report referred to in section 28 of the Public Protector Act (chapter P-32),
(1)  the number of disclosures received;
(2)  the number of disclosures whose processing or examination was ended under section 12;
(3)  the number of undertaken, ongoing or concluded investigations;
(4)  the number of well-founded disclosures;
(5)  the number of disclosures broken down according to the categories of wrongdoings set out in section 4;
(6)  the number of persons who were given access to legal advice;
(7)  the number of complaints received regarding reprisals;
(8)  the number of well-founded complaints regarding reprisals;
(9)  the number of times information was forwarded under the first paragraph of section 14; and
(10)  any recommendations the Public Protector deems appropriate.
The Public Protector must also report on whether the time limits for the processing of disclosures were complied with.
2016, c. 342016, c. 34, s. 17.