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Public Interest Disclosure Act report

ICBC has rigorous practices for reporting wrongdoings​​, and the Public Interest Disclosure Act (PIDA) builds on those and strengthens our processes.

PIDA provides a legal way to report wrongdoing in B.C.’s public sector that protects employees who make a report or participate in an investigation from reprisal, such as demotion or termination, and ensures that employees under investigation are treated fairly​​.​​​ Under PIDA, a wrongdoing is an action that is ​potentially unlawful, dangerous to the public or injurious to the public interest. For example, serious ​misuse of public funds​ or directing someone to commit an offence under a B.C. regulation.​​​​​​​

PIDA began to apply to ICBC in December 2022. Read our annual report on disclosures of wrongdoing pdf for more information.

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