MLA Public Disclosure Statements and FormsThe Public Disclosure Statement is prepared by the Commissioner from the information provided by each Member in their Private Disclosure Statement and contains some of the information included in the Private Disclosure Statement. Section 26 of the Act requires that the following information must be excluded from the Members' Public Disclosure Statement:
1. Asset or liability worth less than $5,000.
2. Source of income that yielded less than $5,000 during the preceding 12 months.
3. Land used primarily for a residence or recreational property.
4. Personal property used primarily for transportation, household, recreational, educational
5. Fixed income securities issued or guaranteed by a government or government agency.
6. RRSP or RESP that is not self-administered.
7. An interest in a pension plan, employee benefit plan, annuity or life insurance policy.
8. Investment in an open-ended mutual fund that has broadly based investments not limited
to one industry or one sector of the economy.
9. A guaranteed investment certificate or similar financial instrument.
10. Support payments.
11. Any other asset, liability or source of income that the Commissioner approves as an
excluded private interest.
Public Disclosure Statements are filed with the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly and posted here for ease of access.
For an overview of the information Members are required to disclose to the Conflict of Interest Commissioner, have a look at the full private disclosure forms Members fill out and send to the Commissioner.