Ombudsman in the News

 
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“What could be more pressing, more urgent, than protecting children?” That’s the question Ontario Ombudsman André Marin asked with the release last week of his highly anticipated report Careless About Child Care, which investigates unlicensed daycare in the province.
10/27/2014
 
If there’s one lesson to be learned from Ontario Ombudsman Andre Marin’s report into unlicensed daycare centres released last week, it’s this.
10/27/2014
 
In a scathing 142-page report, Ontario’s ombudsman decried the “systematic government ineptitude” in oversight of unlicensed home daycares in the wake of the deaths of four children in the GTA over seven months in 2013-14.
10/23/2014
 
Ontario was stunningly lax in its responsibility to provide oversight to unlicensed daycare, ombudsman Andre Marin says.
10/23/2014
 
After a record 3,400 complaints about municipalities, universities, school boards and hospitals (MUSH), Ombudsman Andre Marin wants to shine a light on the sector.
09/29/2014
 
The long arm of the provincial ombudsman is growing longer — Andre Marin’s office will soon have power to probe Ontarians’ complaints about how their cities and schools handle themselves. And a special patient advocate will oversee complaints about hospitals and long-term care facilities.
07/09/2014
 
Ontario ombudsman Andre Marin supports the reintroduction of the Public Sector and MPP Accountability and Transparency Act, but stopped short of calling the proposed legislation a home run during a news conference July 9
07/09/2014
 
Ontario Ombudsman André Marin, never one to mince his words, says people under the care of Ontario’s hospitals feel they’ve been lied to. “The most vulnerable people are in hospitals and long-term care centres; these people wanted a Cadillac, and they’ve been given a Chevette,” Marin said in French during a news conference Wednesday.
07/09/2014
 
The Ontario Liberals are bringing back the bill meant to demonstrate that they’d learned from the mistakes and misdeeds of Dalton McGuinty’s administration. The Public Sector and MPP Accountability and Transparency Act died with the election but its provisions were central to Kathleen Wynne’s argument for why she deserved to keep power. Treasury Board President Deb Matthews reintroduced it Tuesday.
07/08/2014
 
The “extreme cruelty” staff at the Ottawa jail showed an inmate with a broken leg is a sign that the province’s detention centres still have a problem, Ontario’s ombudsman said Monday.
06/23/2014
 
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