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Ombudsman Legislation in Canada: An Annotation and Appraisal
By: Gregory J. Levine, Ph.D., LL.B.
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This book, written by a leading practitioner in the area provides a detailed and comparative interpretation of Canadian ombudsman legislation across Canada. It outlines key subject areas, analyzes each legislative section and compares each across provincial, territorial and municipal statutes and bylaws. The book also contains key full text legislation and a detailed analytical index.
About the Author
Gregory J. Levine, Ph.D., LL.B. formerly the General Counsel in the Office of the Ombudsman of British Columbia, is a barrister and solicitor, practising law in London, Ontario. He is a member of the Law Societies of British Columbia and Upper Canada and has an LL.B. from the University of Toronto. He also has a Ph.D. in cultural geography from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario and is a member of the Canadian Academy of Independent Scholars.

Dr. Levine has taught courses in governmental ethics law in the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia and in the Political Science Department at the University of Western Ontario. He has also co-presented a course on equity and ethics at King's University College, London, Ontario. Dr. Levine has written and published numerous papers in the access, privacy and administrative justice areas, has made submissions to provincial and municipal governments on ethics matters, and has given lectures and speeches on a variety of topics within the broad area of governmental ethics law. He is currently a member of the Board of the York Centre for Practical Ethics based at York University, Toronto.

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