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Stories by Allan Cutler

The ramifications of the demise of Energy East

Opinion|By Allan Cutler
The government may well have woken the proverbial sleeping tiger.
Opinion|By Allan Cutler
How to blow the whistle on wrongdoing in the federal government: it's not easy.
Opinion|By Allan Cutler
On the other hand, the actual experiences of whistleblowers have changed only slightly. For the most part, they still experience adversity. Their personal lives suffer. Their work careers are destroyed. It is a rare whistleblower who can fight against the prevailing wisdom.
Opinion|By Allan Cutler
Since the Liberals came to power, nothing has changed. In spite of continued attempts, no politician is willing to assist in getting Bradley Birkenfeld into Canada. No one wants to have Birkenfeld testify before a parliamentary committee and expose those who committed fraud.
Opinion|By Allan Cutler
While the Liberals promised to be open by default with information and continue to reinforce this message they have recently announced that reforms to the Access to Information Act will have to wait until 2018.
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