Canadian Sponsorship Scandal: The Whistleblower’s Perspective

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CASE STUDY. The case is told in the words of the federal government bureaucrat who blew the whistle about the corruption. The way federal civil servants dealt with the whistleblower’s revelations is examined.

 

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Canadian Sponsorship Scandal: The Whistleblower’s Perspective: Abstract

Canadian Sponsorship Scandal: The Whistleblower’s Perspective is a case study by Allan Cutler, Ruth McKay and Francois Brouard.

This case is about the Sponsorship Scandal that plagued Canada’s federal government in the mid-1990s. The case is told in the words of the federal government bureaucrat who blew the whistle about the corruption. The way federal civil servants dealt with the whistleblower’s revelations is examined.

Teaching objectives

Upon completing this case, students should be able to:

  • Explain the personal issues faced by a whistleblower and possible actions
  • Explain the issues of whistleblowing in organizations and their implications
  • Understand some practical issues regarding the procurement process and approval
  • Recognize some difficulties concerning the concepts of accountability, whistleblowing and whistleblower
  • Recognize the difficulties of organizational practices in a hostile context

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Teaching notes are available for professors. Contact the HEC Montréal Case Centre.

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