The number of whistle-blowing complaints about wrongdoing at the city of Montreal nearly tripled in 2014 with the creation of the city’s corruption watchdog, the inspector general.

Six of the 308 complaints received through Montreal’s whistle-blowing hotline, which is now managed by Inspector General Denis Gallant’s office, were transferred to Quebec’s permanent anti-corruption squad, UPAC, for investigation, Gallant’s first report as inspector general reveals.

Read more at The Montreal Gazette.