2019 Ontario Civil Liberties Award

By  | December 5, 2019 | 2 Comments | Filed under: Announcements

Kelly Donovan is the 2019 Recipient of the OCLA Civil Liberties Award.  Click here for more information and Donovan’s acceptance video.
Episode 3: WhistleWithout:
A Canadian Police Whistle blower- Kelly’s Story


American whistleblower Heidi Weber interviewed Donovan for Episode 3 of the Whistleblower Revolution podcast. 



Listen here, or on iTunes here

Ontario Court of Appeal

In case you missed it, Donovan won her appeal against Waterloo Regional Police Services Board and Chief Bryan Larkin.  Donovan is awaiting an order for costs from the Court.  The decision can be read here.

Workplace Investigations

With changes to legislation, the time is upon us that employees will be able to bring their own investigator to the workplace when they experience harassment or discrimination.

Fit4Duty endeavours to be the choice of both employees and employers as an investigator that respects impartiality and provides thorough and lawful investigations. 

As always, our goal is to ensure that the workforce is Fit4Duty and meeting The Ethical Standard.

Stay tuned for more information!

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2 Responses to 2019 Ontario Civil Liberties Award

  1. agmarshall@rogers.com'
    alan marshall December 5, 2019 at 4:57 pm

    Congratulations and well deserved Kelly.

  2. mjqsmith@bell.net'
    Ellen M. Smith December 5, 2019 at 7:42 pm

    Wonderful Kelly for hanging in there. Congrats. Been a long haul for you.

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