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Bringing the Grandchildren Home: Elders in Federal Correctional Facilities

Bringing the Grandchildren Home: Elders in Federal Correctional Facilities

A closer look at the Elders and the work they do with Indigenous offenders.

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The Inuit Carvers

The Inuit Carvers

CSC created a carving program for Inuit offenders, which started at Beaver Creek Institution.

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"Freedom of the City" ceremony - Kingston, Ontario

Freedom of the Town ceremony (May 31, 2015) - Kingston, Ontario

Correctional Service Canada was granted "Freedom of the City" by the City of Kingston, Ontario on May 31, 2015.

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"Freedom of the Town" ceremony - Grande Cache, Alberta

Freedom of the Town ceremony (October 17, 2015) - Grande Cache, Alberta

Correctional Service Canada was granted "Freedom of the Town" by the town of Grande Cache, Alberta on October 17, 2015.

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Engaging the Community: How Social Enterprises are Providing Jobs for Offenders

Hiring an Offender

Learn how CSC has partnered with Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) to help women offenders gain successful employment in the community. One important factor in terms of reintegrating offenders back into their communities is meaningful and well paying full-time employment. The Hungry Heart Café and Klink Coffee are two organizations that CSC has created vibrant partnerships with to assist women offenders who are about to be released back into their community on parole.

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Hiring an Offender

Hiring an Offender

Are you looking for skilled labour? Helping offenders find work is only one part of successful reintegration. The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) has a pool of highly skilled workers available quickly and easily for both short-and long-term employment. See how you can benefit!

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A Career in Health Care at CSC

A Career in Health  Care at CSC

Did you know that the Correctional Service of Canada is the largest employer of nurses and psychologists in the federal government? Health care staff play a vital role in addressing the immediate and long-term physical and mental health needs of offenders. Watch this video to learn about the many rewarding opportunities available for health care professionals at CSC.

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Employment Equity and Diversity

Employment Equity and Diversity

The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) is committed to developing and maintaining a strong and diverse workforce that reflects the wider Canadian community we serve. We are dedicated to ensuring that our organization functions in an inclusive fashion, valuing the merits and strengths of all employees. This video is used to inform managers and staff of the tools available to build an inclusive workforce.

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Working at CSC - Why People Love it

Working at CSC - Why People Love it

Learn how the Correctional Service of Canada takes into account the Canadian values and the ethnocultural differences during detention and in preparation of returning inmates to a lawful life in society.

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About CSC

About CSC

This video offers first-hand accounts of CSC operations by correctional officers, nurses, tradespeople and other targeted occupational groups. It was produced to help raise awareness of CSC operations. The Corporate video will be used at various corporate events, such as conferences and forums.

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What Happens After Sentencing

What Happens After Sentencing

Learn how the Correctional Service of Canada takes into account the Canadian values and the ethnocultural differences during detention and in preparation of returning inmates to a lawful life in society.

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Don't Risk It! Keeping Drugs Out

Keeping Drugs Out

This video complements the "Keeping Drugs Out" pamphlet and poster and will be shown to all visitors who enter CSC institutions. It will be part of the regular security processes at principal entrances, to continue to help ensure safe, secure, and drug-free penitentiaries.

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