A young face in an unconventional space: the insights of a millennial diplomat
In honour of Women History Month, we chat with Kayla Slobodnik, Executive Policy Advisor to the Chief Trade Commissioner, for the inside scoop on life as a former Trade Commissioner turned Policy Advisor, working in the field of international business, and overcoming barriers as a young woman of colour in an unconventional workspace.
One small step for satellites, one quantum leap for encryption
A conversation with Éric Gloutnay of the Canadian Space Agency on how shooting beams at satellites is helping improve the next generation of computer encryption.
The Federal Youth Network—amplifying the voices of public servants
A casual conversation with Joshua Frame and Jennifer MacDougall, leads of the Federal Youth Network talking about the importance of YPN engagement in the GC.
The only way is forward
We sit down with Deputy Minister Daniel Quan-Watson to talk about the origin of his famous letter in which he shared his personal and candid life experiences with racism; how racism negatively impacts us all; and to discuss how we, as the public service, can work towards change together.
How we can face change, and the possibility of change: a conversation with Parliamentary Secretary Greg Fergus
Parliamentary Secretary Greg Fergus chats with us and shares his lessons from the pandemic.
Measuring accessible tools of the trade
Sara Minaeian of the Service and Accessibility Team in the Office of the Chief Information Officer within the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat explains how accessible tools help both public servants and the Canadians they serve.
A comfortable conversation about race
Farah Boisclair, the lead of IRCC’s anti-racism task force talks to us about addressing barriers in the workplace, widening the lens on representation goals, and her “let’s talk racism” townhall that has made its way through their department.
In the pockets of opportunities, is where you’ll find change
Sayyedya Francis, an Indigenous employee and advocate for Indigenous policies and programs within the GC talks to us about the transformational change we need to achieve Indigenous inclusion.
Behind every great project, is great dedication
Chatting with two powerful women from the Office of Public Service Accessibility, Luna Bengio and Diana Shaw-Malvern, about the ways in which the Government of Canada is making strides to simplify workplace accommodations.
Growing a storytelling platform: just add water and a little positivity
Crofton Steers of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada talks about the importance of a good story.
Tell us once, we got you. Tell us twice… well, there’s no need.
A chat with Teresa D’Andrea from TBS and Pirth Singh from ISED, about the Tell Us Once concept and how it will impact the GC’s service to Canadians, and what it takes to have a successful collaboration.
Diversity is more than just a buzzword: conversations with our Black colleagues
Speaking with and listening to Black colleagues across the Government of Canada on living the realities of racism, how we can be better colleagues and leaders, and the power of hope and action.
Roaming from coast-to-coast-to-coast: the life of a Free Agent
Learn how some public servants are spreading their wings and shaping a new way of working.
Give me a U! Give me an X! What does that spell? Let Marc tell you
Marc Viau, UX enthusiast by day and professional spin bike rider by night shares his wisdom on what UX means, common UX practices, and why UX is important.
An honest conversation about accessibility, with an optimist
Luna Bengio tells the story of accessibility: a social movement that involves everybody.
Get in friends, we’re going to the CSPS Digital Academy
Digital Academy is taking the plunge into digital waters and they want you treading by their side. Can’t swim? No problem, they’ve got life vests (training courses) for all levels to help you stay afloat or maybe even perfect your backstroke.
This just in: this innovation team at Health Canada is the new 007
The ROEB innovation team at Health Canada is changing the game by testing out new technologies and ways of approaching the work that they do.
Talent Cloud makes long distance relationships work
Talent Cloud is on a mission to improve how the GC hires people. To do so, they’ve recruited some of the best across our home and native land for their team because distance isn’t a dealbreaker.
Welcome to ISED’s Digital Lounge—stay a while, or at least until your IT issues are resolved
Bye bye hold music. Read about how ISED changed the concept of the traditional IT service desk.
The face of the Government of Canada: a brand that never goes out of style
Will the real Canada wordmark please stand up? The backstory on what it’s like protecting the Government of Canada’s brand.
Charlie and Ryan: the men, the myths, the legends behind Innovation Fair
A behind the scenes look into the planning of one of the biggest Government of Canada events.
This is not an episode of Catfish: Amanda Bernardo is the real deal
A conversation with a social media guru on the impact of digital on our work.
Kevin Miller and chatbot Didi: a force to be reckoned with
The backstory behind how the Don’t Drive High campaign reached and impacted so many Canadians.
When it comes to improving web content, the proof is in the pudding
Web content is more than just a thing to be simply signed, sealed, and delivered.
The top 5 things to know about improving Canada.ca
With more than 2 million visits every day, Canada.ca is pursuing its optimization endgame.
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