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Topics Conflict of interests - Ontario, Ontario - Legislative Assembly - Rules and practice, Caplan, Elinor. Collection std committees ontario; ministryoffinance ontario; ns; toronto. Digitizing sponsor Ontario Ministry of Finance. Contributor Ontario Ministry of Finance Library. 2nd Session, 33rd Parliament, 35 Elizabeth I.
The provincial cabinet ministers involved in conflict of interest stories were Hugh Curtis, Stan Hagen, Jack Kempf, Cliff Michael, Stephen Rogers (two events) and Tom Waterland in British Columbia; Don Getty and Larry Shaben in Alberta; Larry Desjardins, Elijah Harper, Maureen Hemphill and Wilson Parasiuk in Manitoba; Elinor Caplan, René Fontaine and Ian Scott in Ontario; Gerard Latullippe in Quebec; James Lee an. Ontario, (Member's Conflict of Interest Act, 1987). In all six provinces, the legislation applies to members of the legislature, ministers and their spouses
Elinor Caplan, PC (born May 20, 1944) is a businesswoman and former politician in Ontario, Canada. She served in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1985 to 1997, and was a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons of Canada from 1997 to 2004. A Liberal, she served as a cabinet minister in the provincial government of David Peterson and the federal government of Jean Chrétien.
Elinor Caplan, PC (born May 20, 1944) is a businesswoman and former politician in Ontario, Canada. She resigned her portfolio on June 16, 1986, following accusations of a conflict of interest relating to her husband's business dealings; while protesting her innocence, she claimed she had lost the confidence of the house. Caplan was subsequently exonerated by a parliamentary commission. Caplan won a landslide re-election victory in the provincial election of 1987, She was reappointed to Peterson's cabinet on September 29, 1987 as Minister of Health.
Elinor Caplan, PC (born May 20, 1944 in Toronto, Ontario) is a retired politician and businesswoman in Ontario, Canada. In the 1995 election, Caplan narrowly retained her seat against a challenge from Progressive Conservative Paul Sutherland. She served as Chief Opposition Whip from 1995 to 1996, and retired from the legislature on May 1, 1997. She was succeeded as the MPP for Oriole by her son, David Caplan, who now serves as a cabinet minister in the government of Dalton McGuinty.
MPP David Caplan, scion of one of the Ontario Liberals’ most prominent families and a potential party leadership hopeful, is calling it quits. When I arrived (at Queen’s Park in 1997) the province was in chaos. There were protests on the front lawn of the Legislature and our schools were a war zone, he said. So I’m really proud to be part of a government that has improved health care and education and brought innovation to infrastructure investment. Article Continued Below. His departure paves the way for the Liberals to field local Councillor Shelley Carroll or Toronto District School Board Trustee Michael Coteau this fall. She served in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1985 to 1997, and was a Member of Parliament in the Canadian House of Commons from 1997 to 2004. Caplan won a landslide re-election victory in the provincial election of 1987, and returned to Peterson's cabinet on September 29, 1987 as Minister of Health.
Missing image Elinorcaplan. The Honourable Elinor Caplan, . born May 20, 1944 in Toronto, Ontario) is a retired politician and businesswoman in Ontario, Canada. In late 2004, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty appointed Caplan to lead a provincial inquiry into the state of home-care medical services. Caplan is Jewish, and is a longtime member of Canadian Hadassah-WIZO, a women's Zionist organization.
Conflict of interest audits can either be completed as a separate assessment or instituted as a standard component of various audit types, such as audits of procurement, sales, or charitable giving. Regardless of how internal auditors decide to structure the conflict of interest audit, they should begin by performing a risk assessment. The risk assessment should identify factors that could indicate a higher potential for conflicts of interest to exist