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The Cheques Report - Code

The Cheques Report - Code

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THE CHEQUES REPORT:The use of partisan or personal identifiers onceremonial cheques or other props for federalfunding announcements
made under the
Conflict of Interest Code for Members of the House of Commons 
 
April 29, 2010Mary DawsonConflict of Interest andEthics Commissioner
 
 
The Cheques Report:
The use of partisan or personal identifiers on ceremonialcheques or other props for federal funding announcementsmade under the
Conflict of Interest Code for Members of the House of Commons
For additional printed copies of this publication, please contact:Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner Parliament of Canada66 Slater Street, 22
nd
Floor Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6Telephone: (613) 995-0721Fax: (613) 995-7308Email: ciec-ccie@parl.gc.ca
Ce document est également publié en français
This publication is also available online at the following address:
©
 
Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner, Parliament of Canada
042010-16E
 
PREFACE
Under section 27 of the
Conflict of Interest Code for Members of the House of Commons
 (Code), which constitutes Appendix 1 of the
Standing Orders of the House of Commons
, arequest for an inquiry may be made by a Member of the House of Commons
 
who has reasonablegrounds to believe that another Member has not complied with his or 
 
her obligations under theCode.The Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner is required to forward the request to theMember who is the subject of the request and to afford the Member 30 days to respond. Once theMember has completed his or her response, the Commissioner has 15 working days to conduct a preliminary review of the request and the response and to notify both Members in writing of theCommissioner’s decision as to whether an inquiry is warranted. Inquiries must be conducted in private.Following the completion of an inquiry, a report is to be provided to the Speaker of theHouse of Commons, who tables it in the House of Commons when it next sits. The report ismade available to the public once it is tabled or, if the House is not then sitting, upon its receipt by the Speaker.

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