Interim Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) Commissioner Anne Kelly is pleased to see that women are increasingly emerging as leaders both at work and in society at large.
By: Michael Geisterfer
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In October of 2015, CSC Commissioner Don Head announced the creation of a Steering Committee for Workplace Mental Health Injuries; a committee he would lead.
This summer, CSC was honoured in both Kingston, Ontario and Dorchester, New Brunswick for its service.
On Sunday, May 31, we were granted “Freedom of the City” by the City of Kingston and on Sunday, July 26, we were granted “Freedom of the Villa
CSC’s intranet (the InfoNet) was sitting on an outdated content management system for years.
Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge in Maple Creek, Saskatchewan is proud to announce their new Guard of Honour squad. Mr.
April 1st marked the beginning of a new fiscal year, a year that will present us with challenges but also opportunities to improve on the excellent results we have achieved in the past year.
Every year since 2013, the United Nations has celebrated the International Day of Happiness on March 20th.
1. CSC records indicate that Miss Jean Roy (above) was the first woman to work at national headquarters.
Two of CSC’s very own received the 2015 Public Service Award of Excellence (PSAE) at a ceremony held on Wednesday, September 16 at Rideau Hall in Ottawa.
Editor’s Note: The following was written by an offender at Pe Sakastew Healing Centre in Maskwacis, Alberta.
Over the course of the past six months, CSC has been honoured in Kingston, Ontario, Dorchester, New Brunswick, and Grande Cache, Alberta for its service.
Buffalo Sage Wellness Centre offers a unique correctional environment.
In December 2015, CSC officially opened its new Training Academy at the RCMP Academy Depot Division in Regina, Saskatchewan.
This April marks the Office of Conflict Management’s (OCM) 10-year anniversary. Located in all five regions and at National Headquarters (NHQ), the OCM has been providing a safe space to feel heard and understood and has helped to create stronger human connections over the course of the last ten years.
When Connor Hink first visited Stony Mountain Institution, it was with his parents on Family Day.
How one training course changed two CSC employees’ lives
When Kenny Goulet and Eric Michael first signed up to participate in the Aboriginal Leadership Development Initiative (ALDI) in 2014, they were expecting a valuable but typical
CSC is committed to building an inclusive, respectful and welcoming work environment for all.
Recently a few CSC employees went to check out the National Monitoring Centre (NMC) located in Ottawa.
By: Donat Bilomba and Eileen Thoo
When we talk about corrections, the focus of conversation is often centered on offenders and victims.
A Look Back on Over 40 Years in Restorative Justice
Mark Yantzi was a young probation officer in Elmira, Ontario in 1974 when he took on a case that would put
As CSC works to address cases of harassment and bullying within the organization, senior managers are encouraging employees to use the assortment of tools at their disposal to report inappropriate behaviour as soon as it happens.
A Q&A with CSC's Chief Audit Executive
May is International Internal Audit Awareness Month. Let’s Talk recently sat down with CSC’s Chief Audit Executive, Sylvie Soucy, to learn more about internal audit.
Regional Ethnocultural Advisory Committees (REACs) are an essential part of the Correctional Service of Canada’s efforts to help ethnocultural offenders reintegrate successfully into the community. Sophia Brown Ramsay is Vice-Chair of the Ontario REAC, and like all REAC members, she takes on this important advisory role as a volunteer.
In an effort to capture the essence of this historical landmark and important part of Canada’s history, a video was created.