Some Canadian Whistleblowers
A few of the many courageous Canadians who have attempted to protect the public interest by telling the truth.
The Whistleblower's Ordeal
The typical trajectory of a whistleblower, from valued and conscientious employee to unemployed and discredited pariah.
How Wrongdoers Operate
How wrongdoers cover their tracks, eliminate and silence potential witnesses, and secure 'soft landings' if they are exposed.
Harassment and Bullying
Harassment and bullying are often used in reprisals against whistleblowers. Fortunately there are many resources – videos, books and websites – that can help you understand this destructive phenomenon and how to protect yourself.
Self-Help Resources for Whistleblowers
Important information for anyone facing this dilemma: whether to follow their conscience and speak out at great risk, or to keep quiet and know that others may suffer as a result.
Whistleblowers: Heroes or Traitors?
FAIR Executive Director David Hutton presents a summary of what we know today about 'grand' corruption, how this threatens Canadian society, and about whistleblowing as a key anti-corruption strategy.
(View 41 minute video or read a transcript.)