Whistleblower Law Dormant

Canada’s federal whistleblower protection law is “nearly entirely dormant,” the International Bar Association said yesterday. Cabinet to date has ignored a 2017 recommendation from MPs to strengthen the law targeting disclosure of wrongdoing: “Whistleblowers are essential for credible law enforcement campaigns against corruption.”

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