Instructions on Decisions

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Accessing the Decisions

The decisions of the Canadian Public Servants Disclosure Protection Tribunal (PSDPT) are published on an external web site; Decisia by Lexum.

The Decisions hyperlink found on the top menu and also on this right side lateral menu will redirect you to the external web site where you will be able to browse and search all PSDPT decisions and rulings published since 2007.

Downloading the Decisions

The decisions are published in “Hyper Text Markup Language” (HTML) format but are also available for downloading in “Portable Document Format” (PDF). In order to view them, you will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Source and quality of the decisions published

The decisions published on this site are converted to HTML to accent accessibility. All efforts are made to offer a useful resource to the Canadian public. However, the copies offered on this site can include conversion problems. If you discover such problems, or require the decision in an alternate format, we would appreciate being informed so that the necessary measures can be taken.

Official Languages

In accordance with the requirements of the Official Languages Act, the PSDPT posts all its decisions in both official languages on this web site. However, there may be a lapse of time between when a decision is released and posted on the site in both official languages. All efforts are made to ensure speedy translations of our decisions.

Important notice about Tribunal decisions

Decisions of the PSDPT are reviewable by the Federal Court of Appeal. Federal Court of Appeal decisions can be appealed to the Supreme Court of Canada. In order to assist you in researching the status of Tribunal decisions, hyperlinks to these courts are indicated below:

Subscription to decisions

You can receive an email notification each time a new decision is posted on the web site by subscribing to our Mailing List.

The PDF documents available on this site can be viewed or printed offline using Acrobat Reader ©. If you do not have this software, you can download it free from the Adobe Web site. The Adobe Acrobat Web site contains instructions on configuring your browser to work with the Acrobat reader, and for support and update information.

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