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September 7th, 2022: 

We are resuming our webinar series for the year.

Mark your calendars for a talk by Dr Jennifer Fraser on September 28th at 7pm EST.

Register here


June 10th, 2022: 

The following are the video recordings of the panel discussions from the first ever conference on whistleblowing held in Canada.



March 15, 2022: 

Today we are publishing the fourth in Whistleblowing Canada’s series of six policy briefs on whistleblowing and drug safety. Learn why reprisals occurred in this case. Learn how challenging authority and public policy changes – which put public safety at risk inside dysfunctional organizational cultures and structures, along with outdated loyalty and secrecy oaths – triggered reprisals. And reflect on the following “…the continuing legitimacy of the organization necessitates the illegitimacy of the whistleblower. This helps explain the continual blacklisting of the whistleblower and their vilification.”

Listen to the trailer

 Read the Policy Brief


View Our Webinars and Panel Discussions

July 30, 2021

Panel Discussion: International Whistleblowing - Challenges and Opportunities
During National Whistleblower Appreciation Day in the United States - Moderated by Mark Worth

- with Pamela Forward, Gilbert Sendugwa, and Darko Ivanovitch

May 12, 2021  

Whistleblowing: Necessary to Democratic Governance

- by Edgar Schmidt 

April 14, 2021

Canada's Failed Whistleblower Protection Law Comes Last. 

- by Tom Devine

March 17, 2021  

Expansion of Whistleblower Reward Programs in the US, Canada and Globally 

-by Mary Inman

Feb. 10, 2021

Organizational Culture and Whistleblowing. The invisible forces driving reprisals.

by Pamela Forward


Learn About Key Issues


Dysfunctional Organizational Cultures

Weak Whistleblower Protection Legislation

Weak Whistleblower Protection Legislation

Oversight Mechanisms

Oversight Mechanisms


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