Meet the Labontes and their son Campbell and discover how the generous contributions made through the Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign are having a real impact on public servants and Canadians.
As a child, Master Seaman Héris Lokombe was inspired by the work of Canadian peacekeepers who brought hope to his people. Learn about his difficult journey from the Democratic Republic of Congo to Zimbabwe, and finally, to Canada where he has realized his childhood dream of joining the Canadian Armed Forces.
Find out how scientists at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and Terre de l’Aigle owner, Vincent Lévesque, worked together to develop a new, powdered concentrate from the traditional, indigenous Labrador tea plant, which is known to contain antioxidants.
Learn about how Global Affairs Canada worked with a Canadian company to fill a plane’s fuel tank with 30% plant-based oil, resulting in an 11-hour flight with 80% less emissions and a by-product used for animal feed.
Maxime is an Admission and Discharge Officer at Correctional Service Canada, a former Correctional Officer and a strong advocate for ethnocultural integration in the workplace. He is also a dedicated volunteer and accomplished athlete.
Dr. Larkin Mosscrop-Kee, project manager at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories and chair of the Eastern Ontario branch of Women in Nuclear (WiN) Canada, talks about her personal growth as a biologist, and choosing science as a career in the Public Service.
André Latreille is the first dedicated Ombudsman for mental health in a Public Service organization (Public Services and Procurement Canada). He is leading by example with a clear people-first approach to creating a safe space and supporting employees.
As the special advisor to the Chief Human Resources Officer, the Head of the Centre of Expertise on Mental Health at Treasury Board Secretariat and co-chair of the Joint Task Force on Mental Health Technical Committee, Caroline Curran is uniquely positioned to share her insights on mental health in the Public Service.
Take a look at a day in the life of lab scientists from the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency – from research and experiments, to sharing their findings and saving lives.
Walk in the shoes of Wendy Reid, Parks Canada employee in Peterborough, Ontario. From informing customers to training new staff, learn more about her job, and what makes Lock 20 so busy with land-based visitors and boaters.
Lori shares her insights on what she experienced for a day spent as a border services officer, working with the Canada Border Services Agency. Find out how the organization sets its recruits up for success.
Discover Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission initiatives that encourage innovation, and the creation of an open and networked environment, a modern workplace, and a capable and high-performing workforce.
Operations performed by the Royal Canadian Air Force vary from surveillance, emergency response, search and rescue to humanitarian assistance, and so much more. The work these members perform to protect Canadians is humbling and exciting all at the same time.
Learn how her start in the public service as an ergonomist led to her current position as Global Affairs Canada’s lead on values and ethics, her thoughts on mental health and why addressing harassment in the workplace is so important.
The National Research Council of Canada is working with the U.S. Coast Guard to develop the next generation of icebreakers, vehicles that play a key role in national sovereignty and opening safe waterways.
A quirky modern Canadian family provides information—through a series of short videos—to help Canadians and their families arm themselves with the tools to fight off those who don't follow the broadcasting and telecommunications rules.
Learn about the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada’s contributions to a unique public‐private partnership that targets human trafficking by focusing on the money laundering aspect of the crime.
The Victim Services Program of Toronto has completed TEAR (Teens Ending Abusive Relationships), an extraordinarily successful school-based project tailored to youth with disabilities, newcomer youth and youth from minority cultural groups.
Handlers with the RCMP's Police Dog Services unit spend years preparing themselves and their canine partners physically and mentally for the rigours of police work. It's a commitment to training that never stops.
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