Le commissaire au lobbyisme du Québec veille au respect de la
Loi sur la transparence et l'éthique en matière de lobbyisme et
au Code de déontologie des lobbyistes.
Under the Lobbying Transparency and Ethics Act, the Commissioner of Lobbying can make inquiries if he has reasons to believe there has been a breach of the Act, or of the Code of Conduct for Lobbyists. The institution ensures the confidentiality and protection of personnel information in accordance with the statutes and regulations.
Any person may bring to the attention of the Commissioner of Lobbying that a lobbyist is in violation of the Act, by contacting the Commissioner of Lobbying. Although a report may be made by phone, it is recommended to use this form.
Who has spoken to who, when, and about what?
Three elements must be present for the Act and Lobbyists’ Code of Conduct to apply:
A communication made in an attempt to influence
An elected official or public servant
THE LOBBYIST TARGETED BY THE REPORT
The communication made in an attempt to influence
The public office holder(s) targeted by the alleged lobbying activites
Include the name and role of the person targeted by the influential communications and the public institution concerned.
Supporting documents (attach any relevant document in support of your allegation)
Include any documents that support your report (the documents enclosed shall not exceed 75 Mo in total). Each file cannot exceed 5 Mo.
En toute confidentialité
Your personal information will remain confidential and will be used only by the investigators so they can contact you to obtain additional information as needed and to follow up once our intervention is completed.
For any report, the Commissioner undertakes to provide a response within 10 business days regarding the follow-up that will be done. The complainant will be informed of the conclusions once the intervention is completed.
Please note that no follow-up will be made with you if you check “Anonymous”.