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Public Service Employment Act, SC 2003, c 22, ss 12, 13, LC 2003, ch 22, sart 12, 13


PUBLIC SERVICE ACT, RSA 2000, c P-42, s 23 (Code of conduct and ethics)



The Public Service Act, CCSM c P271

The Public Service Act, CCSM c P271, s 4 (Values for an ethical public service)

Public Service Regulation, Man Reg 11/2022

Civil Service Act, SNB 1984, c C-5.1, LN-B 1984, ch C-5.1



Public Service Act, RSNS 1989, c 376




Public Service of Ontario Act, 2006, SO 2006, c 35, Schedule A

Public Service of Ontario Act, 2006, SO 2006, c 35, Schedule A, ss 56-71 (PART IV ETHICAL CONDUCT)

Public Service of Ontario Act, 2006, SO 2006, c 35, Schedule A, ss 108-150 (PART VI DISCLOSING AND INVESTIGATING OF WRONGDOING)



Public Service Act, CQLR, c F-3.1.1, RLRQ, ch F-3.1.1

Regulation respecting ethics and discipline in the public service, CQLR, c F-3.1.1, r 3, RLRQ, ch F-3.1.1, r 3

The Public Service Act, 1998, SS 1998, c P-42.1

The Public Service Regulations, 1999, RRS c P-42.1, Reg 1


PUBLIC SERVICE ACT, RSY 2002, c 183, ss190-202 (Part 13 CONFLICT OF INTEREST)

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