|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Office Phone||Areas Served||Eligibility|
|OCR0940||Canada. Office of the Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime||Toll-free 1-866-481-8429||Canada||No restrictions
Individuals are considered a victim of crime if:
* They have been harmed or suffered physical or emotional damage as a result of someone committing a criminal offense.
* They are a spouse, conjugal partner, relative of, dependent of or are responsible for a victim who has died or is not able to act for himself or herself (e.g., the victim is ill or is a child).
|OCR0934||Canada. Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada||Toll free 1-800-267-0441||Canada ; Gatineau||No restrictions|
|OCR0945||Canada. Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada||819-994-5444||Canada||No restrictions|
|OCR3226||Canada. Taxpayers' Ombudsman||613-946-2310||Canada||No restrictions|
|OCR1931||Ontario. Office of the Ombudsman of Ontario||416-586-3300 ; Children and Youth Unit 416-325-5669 ; French Language Services Unit 416-847-1515||Ontario||Ontario residents with complaints about Ontario government services listed in the Who We Oversee database|
|OCR3432||Service Canada, Office for Client Satisfaction (The)||Toll free 1-866-506-6806||Canada||No restrictions * must have first tried to resolve the issue(s) with the responsible Service Canada representative, supervisor, or manager whenever possible before accessing this service|