13. (1) If a person causes detriment to another person because the other person or a third person made a protected disclosure, the person to whom the detriment is caused has a right of action in tort against the person by whom the detriment is caused.
(3) In subsection (1) “detriment” includes-
(a) coercion, intimidation or harassment,
(b) discrimination, disadvantage or adverse treatment in relation to employment (or prospective employment),
(c) injury, damage or loss, and
(d) threat of reprisal.
Referenced Legislation: Protected Disclosures Act (2014)