Whistleblowers

‘Let my sister rest in peace’: New information follows allegations of ‘cover-up’ in B.C. woman’s electrocution

As seen on CTV News by Michele Brunoro on October 29, 2021. New information has come to light in the electrocution death of a Kent, B.C., woman and her two dogs six years ago, and it’s raising more questions from the victim’s family about what happened. The new details are emerging as the District of […]

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Whistleblower says she was ostracized after raising concerns about ‘widespread failures’

The article below describes how a Vancouver Island Health Authority employee Veronica McCaffrey, who has practised law for 36 years, discovered widespread failures in the medical system. Under Law Society of BC Professional Code of Conduct Guidelines, specifically section 3.2-8, she was professionally obliged to bring this misconduct to the attention of executive leadership. She was then ignored, and thereafter strategically and maliciously undermined by her peers, including Vancouver Island Health Authority CEO Kathy MacNeil.

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