Create your Canada - Transcript
Video opens with a series of black and white images showing woman using old technology. The screen shatters and text appears
"Technology has evolved, and so has the Government of Canada. Working with Government of Canada youth can…”
The text transitions into a woman sitting in front of two computer monitors with images of tornadoes, then transitions to a colorful screen showing storm information. Text appears on screen
“protect your environment”
Image behind the text transitions to a cluster of cylinder tanks being pulled out of water and into a boat by two men. Image transitions to a woman extracting water from one of the cylinders into a cup.
“discover your passion”
Image behind text transitions to woman walking behind a large truck plowing field. Image transitions to a woman in the middle of a corn field looking at a tablet.
“ expand your horizons”
Image behind text transitions to a hand holding a pen connected to a circular base by an arm-like mechanism. Image transitions to a tiny camera on the tip of a pen like mechanism rubbing against a bone-like texture. Image transitions to a woman in front of a chalk board explaining to elementary kids the arm-like mechanism.
“find your balance”
Image behind text transitions to a man and a woman with big smiles riding bikes. Image then transitions to a crowd of people doing yoga in front of the Parliament building. Image transitions to a man in a wheelchair opening a laptop. Image transitions to a happy lesbian couple on a park bench holding a tablet.
“create your future”
Image behind text shows woman at a podium speaking to a room filled with students. Image transitions to a woman wearing virtual reality glasses then transitions to a shot of a man holding a remote controlling a space rover. :
“shape your world”
Image behind text shows and indigenous youth holding a camera and taking a picture of a woman. Image transitions to the same indigenous youth manipulating the picture on a computer screen.
“Now’s your time to #CreateyourCanada
Screen fades to black then shows a list of collaborating departments and photo credits.
Screen fades to black followed by the Canada Wordmark.
Screen fades to black.