Shooting the Messenger
Till Death Do Us Part
At the heart of Shooting the Messenger – Till Death Do Us Part is the story of my discovery of a multi-year, multi-million dollar fraud at the then Department of Foreign Affairs (Global Affairs) and my subsequent firing for failing to report the theft of additional millions.
Till Death Do Us Part ends with my wife's passing on the afternoon of July 5, 2019, away from where she had hoped to die.
Shooting the Messenger would make, at the very least, a gripping docudrama. Inquiries from producers welcomed.
The Impossible Report and the Missing Millions
Tokyo Lets the Cat Out of the Bag
The Return of the Double Standard
The Ambassador and the Commissioner Trade Places
R. G. Woolham and the Appraisal From Hell
Thomas W. Brown and the Monstrous Lie
In the Federal Court of Appeal
In the Supreme Court of Canada
Investigative Journalism, Canadian Style
Mulroney and a Different Lesson Learned
Lucette and that Damned Firing
Doing Google Before Google Did Google
Year 2000 at the Heart Institute
Michael Cowpland and First Nations
What is the Life of an Aboriginal Worth?
From Witness to Malfeasance to that of Malevolence
Days of Pain and Madness
McKenna and a Penultimate Hope Belatedly Dashed