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Public Interest Disclosure Act

The Public Interest Disclosure Act (PIDA) is BC’s whistleblower protection legislation. PIDA provides a safe, legally protected way for current and former BC public sector employees to report serious or systemic issues of wrongdoing to their supervisor, a designated officer in their organization or to the Ombudsperson. Following an investigation the Ombudsperson may make recommendations in a public report. 
PIDA also prohibits people from retaliating against employees who speak up about potential wrongdoing in the public sector.

To be continued, but you can just hear the executives at Island Health doing their best Scooby impression:

Didn't we SLAPP that site out of existence?