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Allan Cutler

Allan Cutler is past president of Canadians for Accountability, a group formed to help whistleblowers, fight corruption, and an advocate for truth and transparency.

Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | October 30, 2017
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, pictured in this file photo, recently said, 'Something needs to change. For the West to continue on like this in our federal system is the equivalent of having Stockholm syndrome.' The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | October 30, 2017
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | October 30, 2017
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, pictured in this file photo, recently said, 'Something needs to change. For the West to continue on like this in our federal system is the equivalent of having Stockholm syndrome.' The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | March 27, 2017
Public Sector Integrity Commissioner Joe Friday, pictured left in this file photograph with former auditor general Sheila Fraser. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | March 27, 2017
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | March 27, 2017
Public Sector Integrity Commissioner Joe Friday, pictured left in this file photograph with former auditor general Sheila Fraser. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | March 20, 2017
The whistleblower may be faced with a number of situations: from blowing the whistle perhaps on the use of chemicals that have polluted the water table of neighbours, to blowing the whistle on financial fraud, to blowing the whistle on major and critical problems, such as in the Phoenix pay system. The potential whistleblower takes a lot of risks to blow the whistle. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | March 20, 2017
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | March 20, 2017
The whistleblower may be faced with a number of situations: from blowing the whistle perhaps on the use of chemicals that have polluted the water table of neighbours, to blowing the whistle on financial fraud, to blowing the whistle on major and critical problems, such as in the Phoenix pay system. The potential whistleblower takes a lot of risks to blow the whistle. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | November 21, 2016
Bradley Birkenfeld, the U.S. whistleblower who exposed hidden off-shore accounts in his country, is willing to come to Canada to speak about $1-billion in unpaid taxes due to off-shore accounts in Canada. Not so surprisingly, the House Finance Committee does not want to hear from him. Photograph courtesy of Bradley Birkenfeld
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | November 21, 2016
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | November 21, 2016
Bradley Birkenfeld, the U.S. whistleblower who exposed hidden off-shore accounts in his country, is willing to come to Canada to speak about $1-billion in unpaid taxes due to off-shore accounts in Canada. Not so surprisingly, the House Finance Committee does not want to hear from him. Photograph courtesy of Bradley Birkenfeld
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | October 3, 2016
Bradley Birkenfeld was an American banker working in Switzerland. As a whistleblower, he exposed the largest and longest running tax fraud by Americans using off-shore accounts. The unprecedented results were shocking and ultimately he received an award of $104-million from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) since more than $5-billion of unpaid taxes were recovered. Photograph courtesy of Alchetron
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | October 3, 2016
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | October 3, 2016
Bradley Birkenfeld was an American banker working in Switzerland. As a whistleblower, he exposed the largest and longest running tax fraud by Americans using off-shore accounts. The unprecedented results were shocking and ultimately he received an award of $104-million from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) since more than $5-billion of unpaid taxes were recovered. Photograph courtesy of Alchetron
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | April 25, 2016
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | April 25, 2016
Opinion | BY ALLAN CUTLER | April 25, 2016