Reporting public office holders and Members of the House of Commons can submit their public declarations under the Conflict of Interest Act and the Conflict of Interest Code for Members of the House of Commons to the Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner electronically, using a secure and convenient online portal. They can also use the portal to approve the summary statement the Office prepares as part of the initial compliance process for reporting public office holders or the initial compliance process for Members of the House of Commons.
Advisors in the Office provide login information and assistance to reporting public office holders on an individual and confidential basis, as needed. Those who do not have or remember their login information and wish to submit a declaration should contact their advisor.
Instructions on how to use the portal are available through the following links:
Only reporting public office holders and Members of the House of Commons can access the Declaration Portal.
The Office maintains a public registry of publicly declarable information under the Act and the Code. The information for ministers, parliamentary secretaries and other reporting public office holders can be accessed in the registry throughout their 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 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.