The Canadian Press

2015-04-27 | Saskatchewan Care Aide

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The Opposition in Saskatchewan says the government leaked information about a care aide's employment record because it was -- quote -- politically convenient. Peter Bowden (BO'-din) who works at a Saskatoon seniors care home was suspended with pay last week. He told reporters earlier this month that residents at Oliver Lodge were at risk of skin infections because they were left in soiled diapers and bedding for up to 10 hours. NDP Leader Cam Broten (BROH'-ten) says a government email notifying reporters about the suspension was a breach of privacy. (Premier Brad Wall says there was no leak and the information about Bowden's suspension was shared with media as background.)

Date: 2015-04-27
Placeline: REGINA.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 20 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << we see that the huge juxtaposition the contrast with the issues that they claimed her secrets that they won't share any information and then is very proactive and troubling turn of events where mr. wall personally authorized the release of confidential employment history of a healthcare worker >>