Integrity Commissioner

The Integrity Commissioner ensures that elected officials conduct themselves in an ethical manner.

About the Integrity Commissioner

The Integrity Commissioner provides: 

The Integrity Commissioner does not investigate complaints about Town of Oakville staff. Those matters are handled by the Office of the Ombudsman.

When to file a complaint

If you have identified behaviour or activity by a member of Council that you believe violates the Council Code of Conduct Policy or Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, you can submit a complaint to the Integrity Commissioner.

How to file a complaint

Complaints about violations of Council’s Code of Conduct by one or more members of Council can be forwarded to the Integrity Commissioner.

Request for a Code of Conduct Complaint Investigation form

Any questions should be addressed directly to:

Integrity Commissioner
Suzanne Craig

Town of Oakville staff will not assist in forwarding complaints to the Integrity Commissioner. 

Full details about the complaint/investigation process can be found in the Integrity Commissioner - Inquiries/Advice Procedure.

What happens next?

The Integrity Commissioner reviews the complaint, determines if it is a valid complaint that falls within the Integrity Commissioner’s jurisdiction. After this, they then contact you regarding next steps in the process.