For Public Entities
The Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner (PIDC) has a number of responsibilities in respect of public entities. The PIDC is responsible to review and comment on disclosure procedures developed by public entities to ensure these procedures are fair and confidential. The PIDC is also responsible to notify public entities upon receiving a disclosure of wrongdoing or complaint of reprisal and to work with these public entities to correct wrongdoings and protect employees from reprisal.
Office of the Yukon Ombudsman, IPC and PIDC supports Bare Essentials Campaign
This important campaign meets some of the basic needs of those fleeing gender-based violenceView Post
Yukon Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner attends conference on whistleblowers and public integrity
The international conference included a panel chaired by Jason Pedlar focussing on whistleblowers in rural and northern communitiesView Post
2021 Annual Reports of Ombudsman, Information & Privacy Commissioner & Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner issued
Jason Pedlar has issued the 2021 annual reports for his three offices, which were tabled in the Yukon Legislative Assembly todayView Post