As BC’s independent voice for fairness and accountability, we work to make sure public sector organizations are treating people fairly and following the rules. We listen to and investigate complaints about local and provincial public sector organizations as well as investigate reports of serious wrongdoing in the provincial government.
Our work improves public services for all British Columbians.
Our services are free, confidential and available in multiple languages.
Are you a member of the public and believe you have been treated unfairly?
The BC Ombudsperson is advancing a decolonial approach in our work with Indigenous Peoples. We are committed to building and sustaining ongoing relationships rooted in respect, reciprocity and responsibility.
We will be visiting the Lower Mainland and area the week of February 6-10th to hear complaints from the public about public sector organizations. To find out more about what organizations we have oversight over, please click here.
We'll be holding in-person meetings in the following locations:
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