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Our Ombudsman and Public Interest Disclosure Websites are now available in one place! We've added several new features and a new look.

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Ombudsman Working to Dispel Municipal Myths

Saskatchewan’s Ombudsman, Mary McFadyen, is working to dispel myths among municipal council members and staff about the role of the Ombudsman.  She said, “As we’ve worked with municipalities for the past four years, we noticed some commonly-held beliefs that are incorrect – so we’ve created a list of mythbusters to help them understand our role and theirs.”

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“Fine Art of Fairness” Workshops in Regina and North Battleford

Ombudsman Saskatchewan’s “Fine Art of Fairness” workshop will be available again this fall.

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Ombudsman’s Office To Visit La Loche, Buffalo Narrows And Île-À-La-Crosse

On June 4-5, 2019, staff from Ombudsman Saskatchewan will be in three northern communities to take complaints in person.

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Complaints To The Ombudsman Remain Steady, But Public Sector Employees Are Not Blowing The Whistle About Wrongdoings
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Ombudsman’s Office To Visit Swift Current On October 11

On Thursday, October 11, 2018 staff from Ombudsman Saskatchewan will be in Swift Current to take complaints in person and provide information to the public.

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Ombudsman’s Office To Visit La Loche On Wednesday, September 12

On Wednesday, September 12, staff from Ombudsman Saskatchewan will be in La Loche to take individual complaints in person.

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Ombudsman Completes Investigation Into Supports Provided By The Worker’s Compensation Board And Ministry of Justice

Saskatchewan Ombudsman, Mary McFadyen, has decided not to make recommendations to government agencies after completing her investigation into the supports they provided to Ms. Charlene Klyne.

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Ombudsman Reflects On 2017…

Ombudsman reflects on 2017: Says municipal complaints up; reminds public that she can still take health complaints; asks correctional centres to better manage video recordings.

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The Saskatchewan Ombudsman Is Still Your Health Ombudsman

Provincial Ombudsman, Mary McFadyen, is reminding the public that her Office is still available to take health complaints, even though Saskatchewan has gone from 12 health regions to one health authority.

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