Peter Bryce Prize for Whistleblowing

The Peter Bryce Prize is awarded annually by the Centre for Free Expression to honour individuals who serve the greater good by courageously speaking up about wrongdoing and abuses of public trust.

The prize is named after Dr. Peter H. Bryce, an early Canadian whistleblower who in 1907, spoke up about appalling public health conditions in residential schools. For the biography of Dr. Bryce, click here.

Nominations for the Prize can be made by any member of the public  The nomination form is available here and should be completed and sent to Ange Holmes, Coordinator, Centre for Free Expression, by no later than October 15th or each year. Her email address is:

Click here for the list of Peter Bryce Prize winners.