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Anissa Kherrati Anissa Kherrati Chair of CSC’s Regional Ethnocultural Advisory Committee in Quebec
Anissa shares what inspires her to do what she does as a volunteer with CSC
Lift me up; Volunteer
Diderot Roc Diderot Roc, Correctional Officer, Federal Training Centre in Quebec
Diderot, a Correctional Officer and recipient of CSC’s Emerson Douyon Multiculturalism Award speaks about fostering respect, diversity, and inclusion within the Service and the community.
Lift me up; Cultural diversity
Kory, Assistant Warden, Stony Mountain Institution Kory Assistant Warden, Stony Mountain Institution
Kory talks about the challenging nature of the important work he and his team do and how it is rewarding.
Lift me up; Structured Intervention Unit
Chantille, Correctional Educator in a SIU Chantille Correctional Educator in SIU
Chantille, an educator for offenders in an SIU in the Prairie region shares that as much as she loves teaching, she loves learning about where her students are coming from and where they’ve been.
Lift me up; Structured Intervention Unit
Ava, Resident at Edmonton Institution for Women Ava
A resident at Edmonton Institution for Women explains how reconnecting to Indigenous culture through the Pathways program has made an impact on her life.
Lift me up; Indigenous
Kwame Kwame, Structured Intervention Unit Teacher
Kwame, a teacher in a Structured Intervention Unit, shares his personal experience working with offenders and how academic and physical education can lead to personal growth and meaningful relationships.
Lift me up; Structured Intervention Unit
Joe, CORCAN Instructor Joe, CORCAN Instructor
Joe, an instructor at an Indigenous healing lodge for women, helps residents learn trades such as carpentry and construction during their time there so that they have skills to help them find jobs and be successful when returning to the community.
Lift me up; Indigenous; CORCAN
Sophie, Dietitian Sophie, Dietitian
Sophie, a dietitian with the Correctional Service of Canada, educates incarcerated individuals about proper dietary choices so that when they transition back into the community, they’re able to maintain a healthy lifestyle and better quality of life.
Lift me up; Careers at CSC
Valentina Valentina, Assistant Warden of Interventions
Valentina shares that when she was a Community Parole Officer, she loved her job because every day offered something new, each intervention and case was different.
Lift me up; Careers at CSC; Structured Intervention Unit
Image of a town cryer in full uniform Freedom of the City
Correctional Service Canada was granted "Freedom of the City" by the City of Kingston, Ontario on May 31, 2015.
Corporate
Parade of uniformed Correctional Officers Freedom of the Town
Correctional Service Canada was granted "Freedom of the Town" by the town of Grande Cache, Alberta on October 17, 2015.
Corporate
Image of a young man Hiring an Offender
Helping offenders find work is only one part of successful reintegration. The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) has a pool of highly skilled workers available quickly and easily for both short-and long-term employment. See how you can benefit!
Reintegration; Offenders
Image woman elder Bringing the Grandchildren Home: Elders in Federal Correctional Facilities
A closer look at the Elders and the work they do with Indigenous offenders.
Indigenous; Offenders; Elders
Image of the Hungry Heart Café Engaging the Community: How Social Enterprises are Providing Jobs for Offenders
One important factor in terms of reintegrating offenders back into their communities is meaningful and well paying full-time employment.
Offenders; Reintegration
Image of Allie, Correctional Officer, Dorchester Penitentiary Allie, Correctional Officer, Dorechester Penitentiary
Meet Allie, a Correctional Officer at Dorchester Penitentiary. Allie is open and honest that the work that Correctional Officers do can be challenging but also rewarding.
Lift me up; Reintegration
Image of Amber, registered nurse, Beaver Creek Institution Amber, registered nurse, Beaver Creek Institution
Meet Amber, a registered nurse at Beaver Creek Institution in Ontario. She shares the misconceptions people have when they hear she works as a nurse in a prison and then shares what it’s really like being in an environment supported by an amazing team.
Lift me up; Careers at CSC
Image of Olabanji, Mental Health Nurse Olabanji, Mental Health Nurse
Olabanji, a mental health nurse responsible for managing the psychiatric clinics in a federal institution for women, speaks openly and honestly about how she enjoys the unpredictability of her daily routine.

Lift me up; Careers at CSC
Image of Albe, licensed practical nurse Albe, licensed practical nurse
Albe, a licensed practical nurse at the Edmonton Institution for Women helps educate inmates with their own health concerns, so they can manage on their own and be self-sufficient when they reintegrate back into the community.

Lift me up; Careers at CSC
Image of Doree, Dad Hero Program Doree, Dad Hero Program
Doree, a first-time father, shares how he’s trying to become a better dad through the Dad Hero program at CSC which is giving him the tools to help build a foundation for when he returns to the community.

Lift me up; Dad Hero Program
Jody, Correctional Officer
Jody, who is a correctional officer, helps female offenders successfully reintegrate into society. He describes how his experiences working at Correctional Service Canada led him to change his perception.

Lift me up; Careers at CSC
Brandy, Correctional Officer and Buddy, Detector Dog
Brandy is a Correctional Officer and a detector dog handler. Brandy shares a day in her life with her dog, Buddy, and how he’s helping to keep the institution safe by facilitating a drug-free environment.

Lift me up; Careers at CSC; Detector Dog Program
Tunde, Correctional Officer
Tunde is a Correctional Officer who works in the Structured Intervention Units. He talks about the human side to his work and the importance of CSC’s programs.

Lift me up; Careers at CSC; Structured Intervention Unit
Charlette, Indigenous Elder
Charlette is an Indigenous Elder who works with offenders in CSC's Structured Intervention Units. Having herself attended an Indian residential school for 10 years, she says she focuses on reconciliation, understanding the traumas experienced and the need to focus on what led them to where they are.
Lift me up; Careers at CSC; Structured Intervention Unit; Indigenous; Elders
The Inuit Carvers
Correctional Service Canada created a carving program for Inuit offenders, which started at Beaver Creek Institution.
Indigenous; Programs for Offenders; Cultural diversity
Correctional Process: What happens after sentencing
Learn how the Correctional Service of Canada takes into account the Canadian values and the ethnocultural differences during detention and in preparation of returning inmates to a lawful life in society.
Indigenous; Programs for Offenders; Correctional process; Cultural diversity
Employment equity and diversity in the workplace at CSC
The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) is committed to developing and maintaining a strong and diverse workforce that reflects the wider Canadian community we serve. This video is used to inform managers and staff of the tools available to build an inclusive workforce.
Employment equity; Cultural diversity; Workplace
Don't Risk It! Keeping Drugs Out
This video complements the "Keeping Drugs Out" pamphlet and poster. It will be part of the regular security processes at principal entrances, to continue to help ensure safe, secure, and drug-free penitentiaries.
Security; Workplace; Drug-free penitentiaries
Wings of the Heart
Volunteering with the Correctional Service of Canada is: growth, involvement, to be a helper, hope, love, sharing.
Volunteers
Why people love working at CSC
By choosing to work at the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) you will make a difference in people's lives. CSC employees change lives every day. They protect Canadians in the communities they serve.
Careers at CSC
Truth and Reconciliation
Kathy Neil, the first Deputy Commissioner for Indigenous Corrections, speaks about what Truth and Reconciliation means to her.
Indigenous; Truth and Reconciliation
Advancing Anti-racism, diversity, equity, inclusion
Video message from Kirstan Gagnon, CSC’s champion for anti-racism, diversity, equity and inclusion, and Michael Olotu, CSC’s champion for multiculturalism.
Diversity; Equity; Anti-racism; Inclusion
Set the Path
Kathy Neil, the first Deputy Commissioner for Indigenous Corrections, speaks about Indigenous corrections
Indigenous; Elders
Communications and Outreach Strategy for victims of federal offenders
Karen McCrimmon, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness speaks about the important role victims play in the criminal justice system.
Victims; Criminal justice system
Elder Lorraine
Elder Lorraine speaks about her work with Indigenous female offenders at Edmonton Institution for Women.
Elders; Indigenous; Indigenous corrections
Elder Trudy
Elder Trudy talks about working with Indigenous female offenders at Buffalo Sage Healing Lodge in Edmonton, Alberta.
Elders; Indigenous; Indigenous corrections
Resident Ava
Ava, an Indigenous offender at Edmonton Institution for Women who is enrolled in the Pathways program.
Indigenous; Indigenous corrections
Commissioner Anne Kelly's address to victims of federal offenders
Commissioner Anne Kelly's address to victims of federal offenders: Victims and Survivors of Crime Week.
Victims; Criminal justice system

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