IOG Policy Brief No. 23: Public Service Ethics in the New Millennium: The Evolving Canadian System

This paper provides an introduction to the new and diverse system of public service codes in Canada, and derives six underlying principles from the system. The principles are universal and could be applied to entire ethics programs both in Canada and abroad. The brief also explores the emerging challenge of maintaining coherence in the system overall, and poses timely questions regarding the future development of the Canadian ethics code system.

IOG Policy Brief No. 24: Workplace and Policy Ethics: A Call to End the Solitudes

This brief explores the depth of divergence that exists between workplace ethics and policy ethics. It discusses the benefits of greater integration and puts forth ideas for the implementation of a more integrated system. The key benefit of a balanced system is that it is better able to deliver services to Canadians than a system in which “ethics” is confined to workplace issues.

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