Toronto Sun: Integrity Commissioner Resigns as AG Begins Probe

October 2o, 2010

Summary: Canada’s commissioner of public sector integrity — the country’s federal employee whistleblower investigator and protector — announced she is retiring, four years before her position is set to expire. Her announcement comes just after the federal auditor general began to probe her office due to operational complaints. Since the office was established three years ago, the commissioner did not find a single case of wrongdoing or issue any recommendations for protecting government whistleblowers.

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