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Integrity and Ethics Office

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Citizens expect members of City Council to meet the highest standards of conduct when carrying out their public functions. This means serving constituents and the public in a conscientious and diligent manner; acting with integrity; avoiding conflicts of interest and improper use of influence; and, arranging private affairs in a way that promotes public confidence and will bear close public scrutiny.

The Code of Conduct for Elected Officials Bylaw 26M2018 defines and promotes ethical conduct standards for Members of Council.


Integrity Commissioner and Ethics Advisor


The City of Calgary is the first municipality in western Canada to create an independent Integrity Commissioner. Within the Integrity and Ethics Office, the Integrity Commissioner is responsible for investigating and adjudicating potential ethics matters related to City Council where he sees fit. How the Integrity Commissioner receives, investigates and adjudicates complaints is set out in Part 3 of the Code of Conduct for Elected Officials Bylaw. 

The Ethics Advisor provides advice and education to City Council while also being a resource to help Calgarians better-understand ethical expectations for elected municipal officials. To learn more about the Integrity Commissioner and Ethics Advisor roles and the biographies of the persons filling those roles, vie

Integrity and Ethics Office Roles


How to make a complaint


Do you have a complaint about an elected official? Individuals who wish to make formal complaints can do so through:

Email Integrity Commissioner

Integrity Commissioner
Integrity and Ethics Office
P.O. Box 2100, Station M, #8001
Calgary, AB T2P 2M5


​​​​Report online​​​ (operated by Clearview Connects)

Phone: 1-866-505-5039 (independent external phone line)




Policies and key documents