CBC’s Kady O’Malley latest blog post is on outside legal fees incurred by a federal government ministry:
Public Works officials are refusing to explain why the department has spent nearly $60,000 over the last two years for outside legal advice on matters related to the Ethics Commissioner. (see here)
Funny how O’Malley has no problem with her own employer hiding the exact same thing:
All that can be learned from the invoices is that CBC paid lawyers and investigators at firms in Toronto, Montreal and Halifax to deal with the matters. Details on amounts paid to each firm and whether the bill was for workplace harassment, sexual harassment or another matter have also been removed. (see here)
A sexual predator could be stalking the corridors of the CBC and O’Malley looks the other way.