"They Told Me To Take Money And Run, Says Pipeline Whistleblower"

"A few days after TransCanada terminated his job and offered him a severance package, a whistleblower travelled to Calgary to meet with staff and lawyers at Canada's federal pipeline enforcement agency.

It was early in September 2014, and he told his story to a group of senior staff at the National Energy Board's downtown offices. Some of the NEB staff encouraged him to take the severance money and leave the company without a fight, he later told National Observer.

"They told me to take the money and run," the whistleblower said."

Mike De Souza reports for the National Observer March 18, 2016, in Part 3 of a series.


Part 1: "NEB emails reveal pattern of off-record meetings with pipeline industry"

Part 2: "Here's how TransCanada edited a federal investigation report"

Source: National Observer, 03/21/2016