Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) has been made aware of allegations of workplace misconduct at Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC).
McCarthy Tétrault, a third-party law firm, has been appointed to review alleged breaches of labour and employment practices and policies which may include allegations of harassment, discrimination, bullying, or other improper employment-related conduct by or involving STDC employees and management.
Current and former employees of SDTC with information relevant to this workplace review are encouraged to participate. SDTC has agreed that, to facilitate the review, any employee or former employee can speak freely to McCarthy Tétrault without fear of reprisal and without being considered as violating any applicable settlement agreements or non-disclosure agreements.
If you are a current or former employee of SDTC with information specific to this review and would like to participate, please provide your contact information to McCarthy Tétrault by December 8, 2023, by completing the intake form.
You can also email your contact information to McCarthy Tétrault at firstname.lastname@example.org.