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This brochure describes the kinds of complaints we take and what you can expect when you bring a complaint to our office.
La présente brochure décrit quel genre de plaintes nous pouvons recevoir et les étapes à franchir après qu’une plainte a été déposée à notre bureau.
This brochure provides general information about the steps municipal council members should take if they are in a conflict of interest.
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This brochure was developed for male inmates in provincial correctional centres. It describes the kinds of complaints our office can take and how to reach us.
This brochure was developed for female inmates in provincial correctional centres.
It outlines the kinds of complaints our office can take and how to reach us.
This practical guide is designed as a reference and training manual for administrative tribunals. It covers a range of topics from making your tribunal accessible to the public to making and writing decisions. Paper copies are available for $25 from the Saskatchewan Queen's Printer. To order, see their website or contact them at 787-6894.
This is the workbook Ombudsman Saskatchewan uses in its "Fine Art of Fairness" workshops. For more information about what we cover or to arrange a workshop for your group, contact Ombudsman Saskatchewan at 1-306-787-6211 or 1-800-667-7180.
This sheet asks the question “What is Fairness?” The answer covers three principles: the substantive (What was decided?), the procedural (How was it decided?), and the relational (How was I treated?).
Dans ce feuillet, la question posée est la suivante : « Qu’est-ce que l’équité? »
La réponse se compose de trois principes : l’aspect de fond (qu’est-ce qui a été décidé?), l’aspect procédural (comment la décision a-t-elle été prise?) et l’aspect relationnel (comment ai-je été traité?).