Reports on findings of wrongdoing

The Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act (PSDPA):

  • encourages employees in the public sector to report serious wrongdoing
  • protects employees against punishment should they make a report

Making reports of wrongdoing public

The Act requires that founded cases of wrongdoing must be made available to the public.

These reports must include:

  • a description of the wrongdoing
  • recommendations made to the chief executive
  • corrective action taken by the chief executive

Transport Canada’s reports on findings of wrongdoing

We publish our reports under each fiscal year, which runs from April 1 to March 31.

2019 to 2020

2017 to 2018

No wrongdoing found

2016 to 2017

No wrongdoing found

2015 to 2016

No wrongdoing found

2014 to 2015

No wrongdoing found

2013 to 2014

No wrongdoing found