The Charbonneau Commission is putting out a call for public input on stopping corruption in Quebec.

Speaking at the beginning of Monday's hearings, Justice France Charbonneau said the inquiry into corruption is public, and that its final report will include a chapter with suggestions from the public at large.

She said whether from individuals or groups, she wants concrete suggestions about what can be changed.

The commission has previously asked for tips from the public on corruption, which led to 6,000 tips over two years.

Anyone who wishes to submit a comment has until June 20, 2014 and can send it in via the Inquiry's website.