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 Canning Inquiry

The independent Inquiry Panel has now launched an Inquiry to the City of Canning website to keep key stakeholders informed and updated on the Inquiry progress and findings.




Background
Local Government Minister Hon John Castrilli MLA announced on 9 February 2012 that the Department of Local Government would undertake an Authorised Inquiry into matters related to the governance of the City of Canning.

The Report of the Authorised Inquiry into the City of Canning (2012) was completed on Wednesday, 14 November 2012 and tabled in Parliament on Thursday 15 November 2012.

View the Department of Local Government's Report of the Authorised Inquiry into the City of Canning


Inquiry Panel
Upon consideration of the Report Minister Castrilli announced his intention to suspend the Council of the City of Canning and appoint an Inquiry Panel to assess the City’s governance issues.

Dr Christopher Kendall has been appointed as the Inquiry Panel to conduct the Inquiry into the City of Canning. The Inquiry commenced on 1 April 2013 with a final report expected within 12 months.

View the Terms of Reference for the Inquiry Panel appointed by Minister Castrilli


 
 
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