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  1. Individuals can file a confidential formal complaint with the Office of the Superintendent of Securities if they have concerns about: How their personal investments have been handled A company they have invested in Possible breach of security laws by a company...
  2. Tenants who have health-related concerns about their rental accommodations that have not been addressed in a reasonable period of time by their landlord or property owner can contact Environmental Health for information or to request an environmental health in...
  3. Report environmental situations witnessed at restaurants, retailers, child care facilities, or elsewhere that have the potential to cause injury or illness to Environmental Health for investigation. Hazards may include: Exposure to untreated sewage Exposure to...
  4. Handles disputes that relate to marketplace issues experienced with the services or products a business provides.Please note that they do not handle: Employee/employer disputes Discrimination claims Matters that are/have been litigated/arbitrated Complaints ag...
  5. The Information and Privacy Commissioner is an independent officer of the Legislative Assembly, responsible for reviewing complaints from the public about actions or decisions made under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPP) and the ...
  6. Provides online resources to help employees and employers understand their rights and responsibilities under the Employment Standards Act and Youth Employment Act. Includes information about: Wages and work hours Special leave Human rights Sexual harassment Wo...
  7. Anyone with concerns about the conduct of an RCMP police officer, civilian member or a supernumerary special constable can make a complaint. No direct involvement in the incident is necessary, complaints can be made on behalf of someone else, or as a witness t...
  8. Concerns or complaints about early learning centres or child care facilities should be reported to the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning, which is responsible for issuing licences to these establishments.
  9. Independently investigates complaints that haven't been resolved by Canada Post. The Ombudsman is the final appeal authority for these complaints and the investigation is done in a fair, unbiased, and confidential manner.