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The City of Toronto has four accountability officers that help ensure your local government remains open and transparent.
The City’s accountability offices were instituted over a number of years, starting with the Auditor General in 2002, followed by the Integrity Commissioner in 2004. After the Province of Ontario granted further oversight authority, the City put in place the final elements of its accountability framework with the establishment of the Lobbyist Registrar in 2007 and the Ombudsman in 2008.