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Email: Neb Employee

email: It can be punished by up to two years in prison or a fine of up to 10,000, according to National Observer. The NEB has denied it broke the law.I still don't know exactly what was in that deleted email sent on Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015, at 2 40 a.m. We should have the BB phone records checked again using the same date range, but adding in De Souza's telephone number, wrote a private investigator in an email to NEBCanada about Nat Observer 's mikedesouza cdnpoli records of business value is an indictable offence under Canadian law. However, based on what I was told over that lunch, the email appeared to be related to a request by one NEB employee who was asking a private detective to investigate another NEB employee in the office. In one response to a formal request made through access to information legislation, I learned that the NEB had spent 24,150 on a sole-source contract to a private security firm, Presidia, to interrogate employees and try to find my sources. Private eye hunted for sources ; This unusual activity might seem out of place for a regulator that has powers of a federal court and, as a result, is expected to be fair, impartial and credible in its reviews and oversight of major energy infrastructure projects and operations.I have asked a lot of questions and requested a lot of information from the NEB about the mysterious deleted email and related issues over the past three years, getting answers that sometimes prompt more serious questions. ( As reported in the news.