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.

In the news

October 11st 2018 - The Ethics Commissioner is pleased to unveil its new website! The development of this new site was motivated by the desire to make available more information on our role, our mission and our activities. The existing content has been improved. Furthermore, you will find two new sections detailing the ethical principles and rules of conduct applicable to the Members of the National Assembly and their staff. All the useful documentation addressed to each of these clienteles is found in these two sections.

New resources are also made available to the Members of the National Assembly and their staff in connection with their ethical obligations. Indeed, the new Statement Zone allows them to complete forms online in order to declare donations received and to fill the private-interest disclosure statement they must file annually. Information form these that has to be made public by the Commissioner can be found in the Public Registers.

September 18th 2018 - The Ethics Commissioner publishes the 2017 disclosure summaries of the private interests of Cabinet Ministers, as required under section 40 of the Code of ethics and conduct of the Members of the National Assembly.

August 10th 2018 - The Ethics Commissioner publishes the 2017 disclosure summaries of the private interests of MNAs, as required under section 40 of the Code of ethics and conduct of the Members of the National Assembly.

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