The scathing report that resulted in Julie Payette‘s resignation as governor smartly-liked become as soon as revealed best in English and that has triggered a complaint to Canada’s official languages commissioner.
Conservative Sen. Claude Carignan has written Raymond Theberge to complain about the federal govt’s failure to kind a French model of the report.
Carignan notes that the governmentpaid for the report, produced by Quintet Consulting Corp. after investigating allegations of a toxic work atmosphere at Rideau Hall.
He urges Theberge to sustain in mind investigating the matter and to inform the Privy Council Workplace, which released the report, of its exact duty to enforce the utilization of both official languages in reports commissioned and funded by the federal govt.
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The report, released leisurely closing month, concluded that Payette had presided over a workplace where workers were ceaselessly subjected to “yelling, screaming, aggressive conduct, demeaning comments and public humiliation.”
In his letter to Theberge, Carignan notes the report is “of wide public interest” to Canadians who “are looking to know the crisis facing the workplace of the broken-down governor smartly-liked, which is a most indispensable institution in the democracy and the legislative route of in Canada.”
Whereas his work as a senator requires a French model of the report, Carignan says it’s moreover crucial for recent and broken-down Rideau Hall workers.
“The individuals targeted by the investigation and the witnesses who participated in it should moreover be in a position to search the advice of this report in the official language of their need,” he wrote in the letter sent Monday.
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