Integrity Chief Loses, Again

A federal court for the second time in six weeks has faulted Canada’s Public Sector Integrity Commissioner for mishandling whistleblower complaints. The watchdog was ordered to reopen an investigation abandoned on narrow technical grounds in 2013: “The Commissioner acts as a filter and not as a shield.”

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