Fort Chipewyan, Alberta doctor John O'Connor became a progressive "green" hero after he claimed that a high number of cancer cases in his community were tied to the oil sands.
After he was fired recently, the media tried to link his dismissal to his role as a "whistleblower."
But I've got evidence, including a leaked document from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, that tells a very different story.
The fact is:
Dr. O'Connor hadn't shown up to work in the aboriginal community he claimed to care so much about for years.
He invoiced them $5000 a month to be "on call" but spent much of his time at anti-oil sands activities.
But what about the bigger picture?
Was he right about his claims that cancer was rampant in Fort Chip and was connected to the oil sands?
Well, O'Connor didn't want people to read a report the College Physicians and Surgeons put out after a two-year investigation into his claims -- but The Rebel got a copy of it.
According to this report, Dr. O'Connor lied about that alleged cancer cluster outbreak.
Most of the media is still pushing their "whistleblower” narrative. The Rebel shows you this damning report by Dr. O'Connor's professional governing body.
Read it for yourself here:
PLUS: Don't miss what happened when I called Dr. O'Connor for comment:
READ Ezra Levant's bestselling books debunking environmentalist propaganda against the energy industry:
Groundswell: The Case for Fracking
Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada's Oil Sands
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