Another catalyst for conversation and concern. You see, this bothers me. I watched this. I will allow this video to speak for itself but you will have to take the time to click and watch it. Granted, it speaks to cases and jurisdictions removed from our Pacific turfside home so my question evolves like this. This report begins with a social worker speaking out. She lost her job because she refused to cooperate with a directive from her supervisors to place a child in a high risk care facility.It proceeds to telling stories about retaliatory actions by child welfare against parents who oppose publicly what the welfare agency is doing. Are some of those reported abuses and repugnant motives and conduct cited in this video news clip happening within our own B.C. system of child care and protection? I'm asking. If so, don't you think that some social workers must become whistle blowers. And about what will they blow their whistles? As for our journalists at Global, CBC, and every news organization in the province, we have to trust that will prioritize these whistle blowing stories relentlessly to generate the needed changes.