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Ombudsman Saskatchewan is an independent office, headed by the provincial Ombudsman. The Legislative Assembly appoints the Ombudsman. As a result, the office is separate from the government of the day and free to come to its own conclusions.
Just as the provincial Auditor holds the government accountable in matters of money, the Ombudsman holds the government accountable in matters of fairness.
Ombudsman Saskatchewan promotes fairness by:
To learn more about the kinds of complaints we take, or how to make a complaint, go to Complaints.
We provide presentations and training to the general public and government bodies. If your group is interested hearing more about fairness and the work of the Ombudsman, go to Presentations & Training.
It’s a team effort. We have 24 staff who to take complaints, investigate, negotiate, mediate, educate the public and government about fairness, and perform a host of other tasks.Top of Page