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The law of government ethics : federal, Ontario and British Columbia / Gregory J. Levine.

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Public Safety Canada Library

Resource

Books & Reports

Call Number

KE 4244 L48 2007

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Description

xiii, 176 p. ; 23 cm.

Summary

This text discusses government ethics laws on: conflict of interest and integrity, administrative fairness and administrative justice, lobbying, access to information, and privacy. Each chapter begins with a key concepts section providing an overview of the individual elements of the area of ethics law being discussed. Topics covered include: the principles behind the laws, their current state, the means by which they are conveyed and enforced, the evolving case law and jurisprudence, their similarities and their differences, their strengths and weaknesses, their enforceability and application.

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Contents

1. Introduction. – 2. Conflict of interest and integrity in modern ethics law. – 3. Administrative justice and the ombudsman plan in Canada. – 4. Lobbying, transparency, and the conduct of influence in Canadian ethics law. – 5. Access to Information and the quest for transparency and participatory democracy. – 6. Privacy protection and the information state. – 7. Conclusions.

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