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    Who is the Ombud?

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    The Ombud is an independent officer of the Legislative Assembly who investigates complaints from the public about New Brunswick government services. Charles Murray has been New Brunswick’s Ombud since 2013. Ombud offices are present throughout the Canadian provinces and their services are free.

    Charles Murray was sworn in Ombud of New Brunswick on July 3, 2013 for a seven-year term. He is the seventh person to serve as Ombud for the province of New Brunswick since the establishment of the Office in 1967.

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    The New Brunswick Ombud’s Office has one central mission: to ensure that all New Brunswick citizens are treated with administrative fairness by government and its agencies.  The Office strives to guarantee that individuals are served in a consistent, fair and reasonable manner by provincial governmental organizations.

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