A photo of Kat Ferguson

Kat's Story

Feeling comfortable, welcomed and included in the workplace is something everyone wants and needs.
Dr. Emerson Douyon

The Legacy of Dr. Emerson Douyon

The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) is increasingly aware of the needs of ethnocultural offenders, thanks in large part to the pioneering work of Dr.

Commissioner’s Message

I am pleased to present the Correctional Service of Canada’s (CSC) latest Blueprint 2020 submission.
A photo of the school at Collins Bay Institution

Erin and Lee's Story

At all of our penitentiaries across the country, teams of dedicated professionals work closely with each offender to identify programs that will help him or her take responsibil
A photo of Dale Mosquito with a horse and an offender

Dale's Story

At CSC, we use a unique approach for Indigenous corrections called the Aboriginal Continuum of Care.
A photo of Sonia and Karine

CSC employees in Las Vegas

When Karine Jetté-Contant and Sonia Cloutier, both correctional officers at La Macaza Institution in Quebec, went to Las Vegas as part of a fun road trip, they didn’t expect to

Employees who have faced and resolved conflict at work – A Q&A

Conflict is defined as a struggle between two or more people. It can happen because there are needs, values, or ideas that are seen to be different.

Thank you, Captain Ed Dean – Recognizing a special volunteer at CSC

We often say that as the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC), we couldn’t do what we do for offenders without the help of our volunteers.

Victim Services at CSC - Then and Now

This September marked the 10th anniversary of the National Victim Services Program at the Correctional Service of
A photo of the Community Pipes and Drums, Pacific Region

THE NEWEST KIDS ON THE BLOCK

By: Steve G. Gallagher, Pipe Major, Community Pipes and Drums, Pacific

In November of 2016 I was performing at an Exemplary Service Awards ceremony, one of the several pacific region events I perform at throughout the year with the Guard of Honour
A photo of Laurie Greenidge

My time at the 2017 World Police & Fire Games in Los Angeles, USA

By Laurie Greenidge, Teacher, Collins Bay Institution

This is my fifth time competing in the World Police & Fire Games.
Photo of David Molzahn, Manager, Community and Stakeholder Relations with Louise Leonardi, Executive Director, Canadian Families and Corrections Network (CFCN)

Jeffrey’s out of Jail

By: Donat Bilomba and Eileen Thoo

When we talk about corrections, the focus of conversation is often centered on offenders and victims.