The Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner maintains a public registry of publicly declarable information under the Conflict of Interest Act and the Conflict of Interest Code for Members of the House of Commons.
The registry is a searchable database. Start your search by using the links on the left. To return to the Office website, you can click on the "home" button in the top menu at any time.
NOTE: Declarations submitted before April 25, 2015 are in the preferred language of the reporting public office holder or Member of the House of Commons.
Conflict of Interest Act
The public registry contains information that ministers, parliamentary secretaries and other reporting public office holders are required to publicly disclose under the Act. It contains their summary statements, public declarations relating to gifts or other advantages, travel, outside activities and certain assets and liabilities, and other declarations as necessary.
This information can be accessed in the registry throughout a reporting public office holder's time in public office. It remains in the registry until they have completed their one- or two-year cooling-off period under the Act's post-employment provisions, then is no longer available from the Office. The date a reporting public office holder started post-employment is noted on their entry.
NOTE: Declarations made before 2007 under the previous conflict of interest regime are no longer available online.
Conflict of Interest Code for Members of the House of Commons
The public registry contains information that Members are required to publicly disclose under the Code, including their disclosure summaries and public statements relating to gifts or other benefits, sponsored travel and material changes.
The registry contains information for current Members only. Once an individual ceases to be a Member, their information is removed from the registry and is no longer available from the Office.
When a Parliament is dissolved, triggering a general election, Members of the House of Commons are no longer considered Members, so their information is removed from the registry. After the election, information for new and re-elected Members is posted in the registry when they complete the initial compliance process under the Code. The Members' Compliance Status Report provides information about where each Member is in the initial compliance process. It is updated as required, and more frequently after general elections.