Newspaper columnist, veterans and government accountability advocate, humanitarian, ethicist, former intelligence officer, husband, & father
Sean’s advocacy work prompted the Veterans Affairs bureaucracy to seek reprisals against him in what some labelled the largest individual privacy breach in Canada’s history. As a result, the federal government made a formal public apology to Sean Bruyea, one of only two of its kind at the time (the other being to Mahar Arar). In spite of disabling military injuries sustained during his service in the first Gulf War (1990-91) as an Air Force intelligence officer to the Canadian Air Group, Sean completed his master’s in Public Ethics in 2016. He devotes much of his time to caring for a wonderful son and wife.
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