Got a Problem with a Government Body? BC Ombudsperson Wants to Hear About It
Prince George, B.C. – Circle July 11th and 12th on the calendar as those are the two days the BC Ombudsperson will have a “mobile complaint clinic” in Prince George.
The Office of the Ombudsperson is independent from Government and will offer free and confidential appointments with office staff on those two days in Prince George. This is not a public open house, so the location is not being publicized as those who have complaints have to make a call (1-800-567-3247) to book a time to state their case.
“Our mobile complaint clinic is a great option for anyone in the Cariboo and Prince George who has not been successful in resolving their concerns about a provincial or local public authority on their own” says Ombudsperson Jay Chalke. “We can review your situation at the clinic. That initial review can lead to an investigation by our office.”
The Office of the Ombudsperson handles about 7,500 inquiries and complaints each year. “Your complaint can help others” says Chalke “We have seen many times that just one voice can lead to systemic improvements that assist many.”
Appointments can also be made in Quesnel for the 13th of July, Williams Lake on the 14th and 100 Mile House on the 15th