E-18 - Executive Power Act

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11.8. In response to a request in writing from an office staff member, the Ethics Commissioner shall provide a written advisory opinion, with reasons and any recommendations the Ethics Commissioner considers appropriate, on any matter respecting the obligations of the staff member under the rules of ethics.
The advisory opinion is confidential and may only be made public by the person who requested it or with the person’s written consent, subject to the power of the Ethics Commissioner to conduct an inquiry and report on the facts alleged in or discovered in connection with the request for an advisory opinion.
Section 88 of the Code of ethics and conduct of the Members of the National Assembly (chapter C-23.1) applies, with the necessary modifications, to an advisory opinion provided to an office staff member by the Ethics Commissioner.
2010, c. 30, s. 123.