Canadian Council of Parliamentary Ombudsman calling for cautious approach to vaccination certification schemes
Ombudsman William A. Smith Re-appointed for Five Years
Premier Iain Rankin announced today, May 20, that Nova Scotia’s ombudsman William A. Smith has been reappointed to a second five-year term effective June 1.
The Nova Scotia Office of the Ombudsman is moving to a new location in Park Lane Terraces on Spring Garden Road, Halifax.
The Office of the Ombudsman is unable to take in-person meetings at this time
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We are excited to announce on #NationalChildDay that we are looking to add to the Ombudsman Youth Council as we begin our 3rd year!
Visit the Nova Scotia government job page to read about a career opportunity with the Office of the Ombudsman:
Happy Ombudsman Day!
On October 8, 2020, we celebrate Ombudsman Day! The day is a celebration of the important role played by Ombudsman Offices around the world. Not all Ombudsman Offices are the same, but we share a lot in common. Most exist to foster confidence in the services they oversee by exercising their responsibility to hold them accountable.
Ombudsman Annual Report Released
The Annual Report of the Office of the Ombudsman for 2019-2020 reflects normal pre-pandemic operations, but also includes achievements and case examples, says Ombudsman William Smith.
Update on Service Delivery:
While the Office of the Ombudsman remained open during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, a limited number of in-person services were suspended in keeping with Public Health guidelines.