Getting the word out across Alberta

This spring, Ombudsman investigators fanned out across Alberta, visiting the northern and southern parts of the province. On May 14, a team of investigators visited Slake Lake, meeting 11 residents at the Rotary Club of Slave Lake Public Library. The following month, on June 12, investigators were in Brooks, meeting with 22 residents at the Brooks Public Library.…

Meet a voice of fairness in Slave Lake

Alberta Ombudsman investigators will visit Slake Lake on May 14 to meet residents who have complaints or concerns with how they were treated by an Alberta government department, agency, board, commission, designated professional organization, or Alberta Health Service’s patient concerns office. Residents can call us toll-free at 1-888-455-2756 to book an appointment with an investigator…

Meeting Albertans face to face

Visiting communities across Alberta is one of the best ways to connect with people. That’s why Alberta’s Ombudsman, Peter Hourihan, and a team of investigators have been visiting towns and cities across the province since last spring. The goal is to hear first-hand from Albertans about the issues and concerns they face when dealing with…

Promoting fairness in the south

Alberta’s Ombudsman, Peter Hourihan, visited Medicine Hat on Tuesday, May 29, and Lethbridge on Wednesday, May 30. Residents attended a presentation by Mr. Hourihan, and had the opportunity to meet with Ombudsman investigators for information about how the office works, and to discuss complaints of unfair treatment by the Alberta government. “This was a very…