Janice Rubin’s report looking into the way top CBC brass handled Jian Ghomeshi’s lewd and inappropriate behavior was released this week, and led to the firing of two senior executives.
Those executives were Chris Boyce, the executive director of radio, and Todd Spencer, the executive director of HR.
These two men weren’t lowly producers working on Q. They were VP level executives of the entire network.
For months these guys stonewalled questions about the toxic work atmosphere, and accused reporters like Brian Lilley of making something out of nothing.
Remember folks: As a taxpayer, every Canadian is a shareholder in this CBC cover-up.
You had a right to know, and they didn't want you to.
And remember this, too:
Since Ghomeshi’s dismissal, several women have made sexual harassment complaints against four other individuals at the CBC.
I suspect this is just the beginning.
What do you think? Speak out in the comments!
(Photo: CBC YouTube)