Integrity Regime consultation: Administering Canada's enhanced Integrity Regime

In the fall of 2017, the Government of Canada sought stakeholder views on enhancing the Integrity Regime, as part of a public consultation on addressing corporate wrongdoing.

Submissions were received from across various groups including the private sector, professional organizations, civil society and non-governmental organizations, justice sector stakeholders, provinces and territories, and other targeted groups.

In the spring of 2018, the Government of Canada announced that the following enhancements to the Integrity Regime would be made, incorporating the feedback received during the fall 2017 consultation: 

Purpose of this consultation

As the Government of Canada prepares to release the Integrity Regime's revised Ineligibility and Suspension Policy, a public consultation was held to seek comments on the application of the proposed draft Policy and any of its requirements. This consultation does not include the Remediation Agreement regime. Interested parties were asked for their feedback on the following question:


Please provide your concrete feedback on the application of the proposed draft policy and any of its requirements.

Consulting stakeholders

The Government of Canada sought feedback from suppliers, Canadians and all interested parties. This feedback was taken into consideration in further refining the draft policy before it became effective.

How participation was solicited

To participate in the consultation, interested parties were encouraged to review the proposed draft Ineligibility and Suspension Policy and to provide feedback through the online form, by email or by mail.


Protection of privacy is important. The personal information on this consultation was collected on a voluntary basis. All personal identifiers were anonymized.

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