Guy Giorno is a lawyer, author and head of the Political Law practice of Fasken. He advises clients on government accountability and ethics, public-sector conflict of interest, government procurement and lobbyist registration. He serves as the integrity commissioner (responsible for administering government ethics rules) for more than 30 Ontario municipalities.
He is a Senior Fellow of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto, and a Fellow of the Carleton University Clayton H. Riddell Graduate Program in Political Management, where he also teaches a graduate course. Guy is Chair of the Law of Lobbying and Ethics Committee of the Canadian Bar Association and an Executive Member of the CBA National Administrative Law Section. He is actively involved in the Council on Governmental Ethics Laws, North America’s pre-eminent organization devoted to government ethics.
Guy previously served as Chief of Staff to the 22nd Prime Minister of Canada and before that was Chief of Staff to the 22nd Premier of Ontario. Guy lives in Nepean with his family. His daughter has been a Joan of Arc student since 2015. He has served on the Board of Directors since 2016 and has been Secretary of the corporation since 2017.