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Canada’s governor general resigns after report highlights workplace harassment

Canada’s governor general resigns after report highlights workplace harassment

Canada’s Governor General Julie Payette, 57, has resigned after a report said she had overseen a toxic work environment in which staff were bullied to tears. She apologized for this and said, ’Canada deserves a new governor general.’ The governor general is the representative of Queen Elizabeth II and is Canada’s titular head of state. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau picked her for the post in 2017.

Chris
Chris
Darth Vader
Darth Vader 2 months

Gee it's almost like one should due a proper vetting process instead of appointing someone for identity politics sake.

S
S 2 months

"Shortly after Payette was appointed, it emerged that she’d been charged with second-degree assault while living in Maryland in 2011. She called the charged unfounded, and it has since been expunged. She was also involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident that same year. The case was closed without charges after a police investigation. The incidents raised questions about how thoroughly she had been vetted for the job." You don't say. Among Trudeau's other dangerous and unvetted bed fellows was Jaspal Singh Atwal; a man with an attempted murder conviction on his resume.

jo‌‌n
jo‌‌n 2 months

"Last July, a number of anonymous staff told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation they were berated by Payette to the point of tears. Others said that she would call their work “shït” and order them out of her office." Well, was their work actually shïtty?

Matt
Matt 2 months

Hey, Canada. Redistribute the job tasks, and remove your ties to another, less successful, country's obsolete government figures.

Papa Joe
Papa Joe 2 months

Aa! I thought all Canadians were nice, A?

Buckner Abernathy
Buckner Abernathy 2 months

Well that didn't last long

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