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On a pink background, the words “we are creative” appear in white letters.

Screen transitions to an image of a woman looking into a diorama viewer.

Screen transitions to a split screen showing two images. One is of a man taking a photograph of artwork. The second is of two men wearing white laboratory coats, standing in front of plants in a greenhouse.

On an orange background, the word “Innovative” appears in white letters.

Screen transitions to an image of a man wearing a virtual reality headset.

Screen transitions to an image of two women wearing white laboratory coats. One is holding a measuring device and the other is taking notes.

Screen transitions to a split screen of two images. The first is of a man walking in a shallow body of water. He is wearing specialized equipment mounted on a backpack. The second is of a woman sitting in front of three computer screens showing different maps.

On a green background, the word “dedicated” appear in white letters.

Screen transitions to a split screen showing two images. The first is of two women looking at blueprints. They are wearing construction safety hats and vests. The second is of a man proudly hoisting a Canadian flag on the Peace Tower.

Screen transitions to an image of a female fisheries officer looking through binoculars with a boat in the background.

On a blue background, the word “inclusive” appears in white letters.

Screen transitions to an image of a group of diverse, young female audience members.

Screen transitions to a split screen showing two images. The first is of a diverse group of public servants. The second is of a woman sitting at her specially equipped desk with her service dog.

On a white background, the words “serving canadians” appear in blue letters.

Screen transitions to the bilingual National Public Service Week logo: a white maple leaf in front of a multi-coloured starburst. Below the logo, the hashtags #NPSW and #ServCDNS appear.

The Canada Wordmark appears on the screen.

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