There’s a moral to this…

…but somehow I just can’t seem to find it.  No, wait; that’s not true at all.

Christiane Ouimet was supposed to shield federal whistleblowers from reprisals and expose government employers who were operating outside the lines.

But Auditor-General Sheila Fraser says Ms. Ouimet, Canada’s first public-sector integrity commissioner, instead engaged in the very activities she was hired to prevent, berating and marginalizing her staff while seeking vengeance against those she suspected of reporting her misdeeds.

Beyond that, Ms. Fraser said in a scathing report released Thursday, Ms. Ouimet did little if anything to help the federal employees who came to her office with complaints of wrongdoing.

So the federal government office in charge of investigating the federal government ruled vacuously in favour of the federal government?  I’m shocked.  Shocked is what I am.

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes and all that, I suppose.


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