The purpose of Kawartha Land Trust’s (KLT) Whistleblower Policy is to provide direction to, and protection for, all current or former KLT employees, contracted service providers, volunteers and Board members regarding the communication and disclosure of events, decisions, concerns or actions, with respect to issues of professional conduct, integrity of actions or practices and legal compliance. In particular, any questionable financial or operational matters that could be or may seem to be in contravention of KLT policies, CLT standards and practices or any applicable laws and regulations. Please read the full KLT Reporting Violations/Whistleblower Policy (PDF) by clicking the button below.
All whistleblower allegations must be submitted, as a written statement, to the Whistleblower Officers, consisting of the Chair of the Board and the Vice-Chair of the Board. If one or both of these Whistleblower Officers are the subject of the allegations, the Treasurer of the Board and/or the Executive Director, will replace them as Whistleblower Officer as required.