EPAC Webinar: Punish or Engage? The Positive Option of Compliance Agreements coming up October 27

When:  11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. EDT on Friday October 27
Where: On-line (Webinar)
Cost: $40 for non-members, $25 for non-member students; free to EPAC members

The Ethics Practitioners’ Association of Canada (EPAC) will host a webinar to explore “Punish or Engage? The Positive Option of Compliance Agreements.” Rather than just punish a serious failure to comply with rules, a more constructive response can be compliance agreements, which set out precise expectations about corrective actions and future behaviour. For our distinguished presenter, Robert Marleau, they are a mechanism for both enforcement and education as Lobbyist Registrar for the City of Ottawa; but the approach applies to other areas of ethical compliance too. (See below* for more about Mr. Marleau.)

*Robert Marleau received the Order of Canada in May 2017. From the Governor-General’s web site: “For his public service and for his efforts to maintain the integrity of our national institutions. Robert Marleau has dedicated his life to public service. Having served for many years as clerk of the House of Commons, he developed parliamentary practices and procedures and authored works that are considered authoritative for Canadian legislatures. As both privacy commissioner and information commissioner, he was lauded for improving the integrity of both organizations. Today, he brings his staunch impartiality and diligence to the City of Ottawa, where he serves as integrity commissioner.”


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