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Democracy Watch (janvier 29, 2018)
News Release
(English) Bill C-65 just nice words on paper – to actually protect workers Trudeau government needs to implement House Committee recommendations to strengthen protection of all workers in federal politics, and also extend protection to whistleblowers who work in federal businesses

Democracy Watch (juin 29, 2017)
News Release
(English) Canadians have achieved more than 400 firsts and foremosts in the world – but as Canada’s federal government turns 150, it’s far from a world-leading democracy

Democracy Watch (juin 16, 2017)
News Release
(English) House Committee recommends key changes to strengthen federal government whistleblower protection – will the Liberals finally make the changes?

Democracy Watch (mai 17, 2017)
News Release
B.C. may have a new government – will it be democratic?

Democracy Watch (mai 10, 2017)
Op-Ed
(English) B.C.’s possible minority government an opportunity for major democratic changes

Democracy Watch (avril 4, 2017)
News Release
(English) 21,000+ petition House Government Operations Committee, and all federal parties, to make changes to Protect Whistleblowers Who Protect Canadians

Democracy Watch (mars 21, 2017)
News Release
(English) 21,000 petition House Government Operations Committee, and all federal parties, to Protect Whistleblowers Who Protect Canadians

Democracy Watch (février 23, 2017)
News Release
(English) If federal Liberals don’t strengthen whistleblower protection, they will break their open government promise

Democracy Watch (mars 17, 2015)
News Release
(English) Democracy Watch calls on Prime Minister Harper’s Cabinet to require CSIS, CSE and military staff to have a code of conduct, and to apply the whistleblower protection law to people who work at these institutions

Democracy Watch (février 22, 2013)
News Release
(English) Federal Conservatives fail to initiate review of whistleblower law by legal deadline of last April — group planning to take Minister Clement to court