"Protection from reprisal. Your right. Our mission."

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The Public Servants Disclosure Protection Tribunal, established in 2007, is a quasi-judicial body that operates independently from any Canadian federal department.

The Tribunal was created to enhance public confidence in the integrity of public servants and to protect from reprisals, those who report wrongdoing.

Cases are referred to the Tribunal by the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner.

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The offices of the Tribunal and its Registry are located in Ottawa, in the Thomas D'Arcy McGee building, one city block from the seat of the Canadian government; Parliament Hill.

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