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September 6, 2023: Whistleblowing Canada was recently awarded a grant from The Law Foundation of Ontario to support and develop resources for whistleblowers in Ontario. Read additional details in our press release here.
May 27, 2023: Watch the video recording of our latest webinar on 'Achieving Social Justice for South African Whistleblowers' with Tina Uys and Ugljesa Radulovic here.
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April 20, 2023: Bill C-290 OGGO hearing - Former CBSA Officer, Luc Sabourin, tells Parliamentarians what bosses did to him for refusing illegal/criminal orders. Read our submission to the Operations and Estimates (OGGO) Committee here.
April 19, 2023: See Video. Whistleblowing Canada testified at Parliamentary hearings at the OGGO Committee in support of MP Jean-Denis Garon's private members Bill C-290 to amend the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act.
December 24, 2022: See news story by the Canadian Press Whistleblower group criticizes federal review of wrongdoing disclosure regime regarding why Whistleblowing Canada cannot support the Task Force to Review the Public Servant Disclosure Protection Act (PSDPA) - recently announced by the Minister responsible, President of Treasury Board. This story has been picked up by 30 and counting news outlets across Canada. Read the full details in the letter to the Minister responsible.
September 7th, 2022:
We are resuming our webinar series for the year on Sept. 28, 2022.
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June 10th, 2022:
The following are the video recordings of the panel discussions from the first ever conference on whistleblowing held in Canada.
- Panel No. 1 Whistleblowing and the law
- Panel No. 2 Whistleblowing and Culture
- Panel No. 3 Media and Whistleblowing
- Panel No. 4 Whistleblowers, Trauma and Reprisals
- Panel No. 5 Civil Society Groups and Whistleblowing
- Panel No. 6 Whistleblower Stories
- Panel No. 7 The Law and Practitioners
- Policy Forum
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changes – which put public safety at risk inside dysfunctional organizational cultures and structures, along with outdated loyalty and secrecy oaths – triggered reprisals.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.”
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
Testimony to Parliament:
April 20, 2023: Watch the video of Bill C290 OGGO Committee hearings as former CBSA Officer, Luc Sabourin, tells Parliamentarians what bosses did to him for refusing illegal/criminal orders
April 19, 2023: Watch the video as Whistleblowing Canada testifies at Parliamentary Hearings by the OGGO Committee in support of MP Jean-Denis Garon's private members Bill C-290 to amend the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act.
May 24, 2023
- with Tina Uys & Ugljesa Radulovic
April 26, 2023
- with Amelie Perron
March 29, 2023
- with Richard Rapoport
January 18, 2023
- with Dr. Ian Bron
November 23, 2022
- with Dr. Richard LeBlanc
September 28, 2022
- with Dr. Jennifer Fraser
May 12, 2021
- by Edgar Schmidt
April 14, 2021
- by Tom Devine
March 17, 2021
-by Mary Inman
Feb. 10, 2021
- by Pamela Forward
Dysfunctional Organizational Cultures
Weak Whistleblower Protection Legislation