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Welcome to the Ontario Ombudsman's open meeting case digest!

Municipal meetings should always be open to the public, with a few narrow exceptions. Ontario municipalities are required to appoint an investigator for complaints about  municipal meetings that are not open to the public; this can be the Ombudsman or another investigator of the municipality’s choosing.

 This digest allows users to search the Ombudsman’s investigations of such complaints. You can filter by keyword, Municipal Act exception (see below), or municipality, or use our in-site search function.


Exceptions and Procedural Issues

 

 ​ To learn more about a particular open meeting exception or specific procedural issues that the Ombudsman frequently addresses, select from the list below.