C-23.1, r. 2 - Regulation respecting the rules of conduct applicable to the office staff of ministers

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19. Within 60 days after the notice of their appointment, and annually on or before the date set by the Ethics Commissioner, executive secretaries must file with the Ethics Commissioner a disclosure statement that
(1)  gives the name of any enterprise, association or body, whether non-profit or for-profit, in which they or a family member have an interest, including shares, stocks, pecuniary benefits, claims, priorities or hypothecs;
(2)  states the nature of any professional, commercial or industrial position, office or activity engaged in by them or a family member since the previous disclosure statement was made or since their appointment as executive secretary, and states the name of the enterprise, association or body, whether non-profit or for-profit, on whose behalf the position, office or activity was engaged in, or the fact that it was engaged in on their or the family member’s own account;
(3)  describes any other fact, situation or event of a personal, professional or philanthropic nature that could place them in a conflict of interest situation or be reasonably perceived as doing so;
(4)  gives any other information requested by the Ethics Commissioner.
An executive secretary who has no information to provide under subparagraphs 1 to 3 must fill out a statement to that effect and file it with the Ethics Commissioner.
Decision 2013-03-15, s. 19.