In 2002, Time Magazine named three women as Persons of the Year because they decided to blow the whistle on their employers. Two of these whistleblowers were accountants, one from Enron and the other from WorldCom. Each decided to draw public attention to the bad behaviour of their bosses at their own personal peril. This program looks at the risks whistleblowers take. The story follows the lives of two Canadian whistleblowers and their struggle to be heard.