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The Citizens’ Representative


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Citizens' Representative
Bradley Moss

Bradley Moss was appointed as the Citizens' Representative for Newfoundland and Labrador on a unanimous resolution of the House of Assembly, and was sworn in for a term of six years on May 1, 2019.

Mr. Moss entered the public service in 2002 as the first staff Investigator hired by the Office of the Citizens' Representative. He progressively assumed responsibility within the Office, becoming Senior Investigator in 2006 and then serving for over a decade as Deputy Citizens' Representative. He is active in the pan-Canadian Ombudsman community, including the Forum of Canadian Ombudsman where he has served as a conference chair and presenter, and as an instructor at Osgoode Hall’s "Ombuds Essentials" course at York University. Over the course of his career he has served as an external Ombudsman evaluator, and has represented the province on a number of ad hoc working groups set up by the Canadian Council of Parliamentary Ombudsman, and the Federal, Provincial and Territorial Protected Disclosure Officers.

Mr. Moss holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Political Science from Memorial University of Newfoundland, where his graduate work centered on governmental accountability structures and the Ombudsman concept in Newfoundland and Labrador.