BC Ombudsperson’s Annual Report highlights 40-year history of ensuring BC’s most vulnerable are treated fairly
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Victoria – British Columbians complained about the two government departments that provide services to some of BC’s most marginalized citizens more often than any other public body last year, according to the BC Ombudsperson’s 40th Annual Report released today.
“While all of the complaints we investigate are very different, what they highlight is the importance for the public of questioning decisions they feel are unfair,” said Chalke. “And that’s why we’re here, whether it’s ICBC, BC Hydro, a provincial ministry, a local government or a health authority, we can look into complaints from most public sector organizations. We’re here to listen to everybody and where people have been treated unfairly by government, to point the way so that public bodies can make things right.”
|Date||Thursday, August 1, 2019|