Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act
Marginal note:Complaint in respect of past disclosures
19.2 (1) A public servant who alleges that a reprisal was taken against him or her by reason that he or she, in good faith, disclosed, after February 10, 2004 and before the day on which section 19.1 comes into force, a wrongdoing in the course of a parliamentary proceeding or an inquiry under Part I of the Inquiries Act may file a complaint under that section in respect of the reprisal.
Marginal note:Time limit
(2) The public servant may file the complaint within 60 days after the later of
(a) the day on which section 19.1 comes into force, and
(b) the day on which he or she knew or, in the opinion of the Commissioner, ought to have known that the reprisal was taken.
- 2006, c. 9, s. 201
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