The Office of the Integrity Commissioner was established on December 16, 2016 under the Integrity Commissioner Act as an independent legislative office to encourage and promote a culture of integrity, transparency, and accountability in the public sector and the health care sector.
NOTICE: 2019 amendments to New Brunswick legislation transferred the responsibility for the access and privacy mandates from the Office of the Integrity Commissioner to the Office of the Ombud for New Brunswick.
Migration of information relating to the access and privacy mandates to the Office of the Ombud’s website will be happening soon. Thank you for your patience during this transition period. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.