Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest

All members of Council, local boards and committees have an obligation to act honestly and responsibly when making decisions or giving advice on Council, board or committee matters. This obligation includes the disclosure of pecuniary interest.

A pecuniary interest refers to a situation where a member has a direct or indirect conflict related to a matter under consideration. A full explanation of direct and indirect pecuniary interests can be found in the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act.

The onus is on the member to determine whether they are affected by the pecuniary interest provisions. All members must submit their disclosures of pecuniary interest in writing to the Clerk immediately following the meeting during which they verbally disclose a pecuniary interest using the Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest Form.

A registry of the written disclosures of pecuniary interests is available below. 

Registry of Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest

Date Member Meeting Type Agenda Item Number Reason for Disclosure
 2019-09-03  Jeff Manley ACHC 8 c Property owner is brother-in-law
 2019-09-09  Jeff Manley Regular Council 6 d Property owner is brother-in-law
 2019-10-16  Jeff Manley ACHC 8 a Property owner is brother-in-law
 2020-05-11 Jamie MacDonald Regular Council 6 f Represent both the owner and buyer in the sale
 2020-05-25 Johanne Wensink Regular Council  6 e Owner of the property being discussed.
 2022-01-24 Michael Madden Regular Council 6 c 3 Owner of service providing entity.




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