It's called The Misfire Report, and it details an investigation into seven contract researchers in British Columbia's health ministry. Seven researchers were suspended or terminated as a result, and one of those researchers took his own life.
But the researchers weren't guilty of anything. There should never have been an investigation—or, if there had to be one, nobody should ever have lost their job, never mind their life, as a result. So how did this go so badly wrong? And what can we learn about what happened as a result?
GUEST: Kerry Gold, reporter (Read Kerry's story in The Walrus right here.)