The Ethics Commissioner is an independent authority responsible for enforcing and applying the ethical principles and rules guiding the conduct of the Members of the Québec National Assembly and their staff.

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March 20th 2020 - In light of the actual situation, new preventive measures have been put in place to prioritize everyone’s health.
Consequently, beginning on March 23rd, the Ethics Commissioner’s personnel will be working remotely.

We invite you to communicate with us by email. Rest assured, we will respond in a timely manner.
We are actively monitoring the situation and we will keep you informed of any changes via our website and Twitter.

March 16th 2020 - In light of the exceptional circumstances, preventive measures have been put in place to maintain essential services and prioritize everyone’s health.

Consequently, the Ethics Commissioner’s offices will remain open with a reduced workforce, and all other personnel will be working remotely.
We therefore invite you to communicate with us by email whenever possible. Rest assured, we will respond in a timely manner.

We are actively monitoring the situation and we will keep you informed of any changes via our website and Twitter.

December 5th 2019 - The Report on the implementation (in French only, an English version will be available soon) of the Code of ethics and conduct of the Members of the National Assembly for 2015-2019 has been tabled in the National Assembly. In it, the Commissioner makes 22 recommendations inviting MNAs to consider the advisability of amending the Code. These recommendations include adding or modifying rules of conduct, simplifying certain application mechanisms, and elements to reflect on for which no amendment to the Code is submitted.