Canada's governor-general resigns over harassment of employees

Canada's governor-general resigns over harassment of employees

OTTAWA: The Queen's envoy to Canada and Governor-General, Julie Payette, has resigned after allegations of employee harassment, harassment and undue pressure were substantiated.

According to the International News Agency, the investigation report against 57-year-old Governor General of Canada Julie Piet was forced to resign after the evidence of undue pressure, harassment and intimidation on the employees came to light.

The report said that due to the Governor General's rudeness and inappropriate behavior, the subordinates were forced to cry while the subordinates were suffering from mental stress and fear all the time due to the poisoning of Julie Payette.

"I have come to the conclusion that it is time to appoint a new governor-general because the people of Canada deserve stability in this time of uncertainty," the resigned governor-general admitted his mistake after the report's excerpts surfaced. I apologize for the inconvenience.

Julie Payette has previously served as Canada's chief of astronauts and was the first Canadian woman to be represented on the International Space Station, which is why Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named her 5 in 2017. He was proposed to be the Governor General for the year. ۔

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau not only thanked Julie Payette for her traditional farewell, but also called for her resignation to address harassment at the governor general's office. The Queen's Office has not yet commented.