(TORONTO – August 10, 2016) – Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé will release a report on his latest investigation on Wednesday, August 24 – at a news conference at 11 a.m. in the Queen’s Park Media Studio.
(TORONTO – June 29, 2016) Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé today called on the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services to save lives by requiring police across the province to use de-escalation techniques in conflict situations before resorting to lethal force.
(TORONTO – June 17, 2016) – Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé will release a report on his latest investigation on Wednesday, June 29 – at a news conference at 11 a.m. in the Queen’s Park Media Studio.
(TORONTO – May 25, 2016) Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé today announced an investigation into the city of Brampton’s procurement practices, focusing on the administration of its purchasing by-laws, policies and procedures regarding non-competitive procurements.
(TORONTO – May 19, 2016) Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé confirmed today that he expects to release reports on two of his office’s in-depth systemic investigations in June and July, once required processes are complete.
(TORONTO – May 10, 2016) Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé today urged the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services to abolish the practice of placing inmates indefinitely in segregation and develop alternatives to protect the rights of the vulnerable.
Aims to build on investigative legacy and relationships as mandate expands
(TORONTO – April 1, 2016) New Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé took his oath of office today, beginning a five-year term as the province’s independent, impartial watchdog. Mr. Dubé is the province’s seventh Ombudsman since the office was established in 1975.
Mr. J. Paul Dubé will become Ontario’s new Ombudsman on Friday, April 1. He will be available for interviews on Friday, April 1 after 11 a.m.
(TORONTO – February 17, 2016) Mr. J. Paul Dubé of Ottawa has been appointed as Ontario’s seventh Ombudsman for a five-year term, to begin April 1, 2016. His appointment by an all-party committee of the Legislative Assembly was announced yesterday and approved by unanimous vote in the Legislature.
Beginning tomorrow – January 1, 2016 – the Ontario Ombudsman is officially able to take complaints about the province’s 444 municipalities and 21 publicly funded universities. This historic expansion of the Ombudsman’s mandate is the result of the Public Sector and MPP Accountability and Transparency Act, 2014, which also extended the Ombudsman’s jurisdiction to school boards on September 1, 2015.