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Transcript: Presented by Anza Malik Canada 150 Intro/Fnmi Intro Canada 150 celebrates 150 years of Confederation! Confederation: July 1st, 1867 We celebrate the past and our history How Canada came to be SUBTOPIC 1 First Nations We can celebrate how our relationship with Fist Nations have improved a lot. In The Past Past Sent to residential Schools Mistreated Stripped of culture Abused had no rights homes were stolen taken advantage of Present Now The government has given them Human Rights and land that is worth $2 billion! Many Residential school victims have been given this land as an apology. The government also apologised publicly for these schools and are trying to make amends. They also have a holiday where they can celebrate their culture and show it to the world freely, its is also a time to recognize their history and honour their people. The holiday is called "National Aboriginal Day" and is on June 21st. Today they make up 4.3% of our population. We should celebrate our growing and improving relationship with them. Constitution act 1867 constitution/history The Constitution Act of 1867 is definatley something we should celebrate. This was when Canada finally gained its Independance from Britain and became an independant nation. This act constructed our government, laws and rights to resources.. In this act Canada gained the provinces Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia. We gained our independance thorugh intelligence and hard work instead of war and violence, and for that we should be proud and celebrate. Diversity/immigration diversity Canada is one of the countries in the world that accepts immigrants the most. In 2016 alone, Canada had 7.5 million foreign born people (immigrants) enter through their immigration process. Aproximately 20.6% of Canada's population are immigrants. Most of Canadas immigrants come from Asia, whereas before during the 1800 and 1900s they came mainly from Europe and Britain. Canadas main types of immigrants that enter Canada are 1) Economic (60.3%) 2) Family Class (26.8%) 3) Refugees (11.6%) and other (1.3%). What else can we celebrate? extra We can celebrate that Canadians are extremely good at hockey! We practically own the sport, we have so many famous and legendary players we can be proud of like Wayne Gretzky and Sidney Crosby. Canada has free health care that we can celebrate. We dont have to worry about family and friends getting sick and not b eing able to afford their treatment. They will be taken care of for free! Health human health Canda has natural resources such as crude oil, natural gas, coal, gold, silver, nickel, zinc, lead, iron and more. We have huge oil sands in Alberta, we are very wealthy and fortunate when it comes to crude oil. We share our oil with the US as apart of NAFTA. We also have about 20% of the worlds fresh water, there is only 7% available though, the rest are in glaciers. Natural resources resources We sould celebrate how lucky we are to live in such an Urban country. We have many populated and advanced cities such as Toronto, Ottawa and Vancouver. 81% of Canadians live in urban cities and houses/buildings. There are 6 type of Urban land uses. Residential (40%), Transportation (32%), Institutional (10%), Open space (7%), Industrial (6%) and Commercial (5%). Many of our cities highly populated and have high densities, this shows our amazing Urbanization. We should celebrate our urbanization. Urbanization urbanization

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Transcript: Canada 150 Canada's 150th Birthday!!!!!!! Canada's 150th Birthday!!!!!!! So what exactly is this 150th anniversary? What are ... So what exactly is this 150th anniversary? What are we celebrating? And most importantly, why and how are we celebrating? What are we celebrating? The colony of Canada was established in 1534, so some of you may be wondering w... What are we celebrating? The colony of Canada was established in 1534, so some of you may be wondering why we’re celebrating 150 years. That’s because we’re actually celebrating the Canadian Confederation, which is when the colonies of Canada (Ontario and Quebec), Nova Scotia and New Brunswick were united as the “Dominion of Canada” on July 1, 1867. Why it is important to us as Canadian citizens Why it is important to us as Canadian citizens Canada is a country rich in history, culture a... Canada is a country rich in history, culture and diversity.These are some of the points that influence our country and our communities. It’s important to reflect on the Canadian experience and what it means to be Canadian. A lot has happened in 150 years.We continue to transform. How are we celebrating? How are we celebrating? Canadian Government has created a lo... Canadian Government has created a logo..... The logo is composed of a series of diamonds, or “celebratory gems”, arranged in the shape of the iconic maple leaf. The four diamonds at the base represent the four original provinces that formed Confederation in 1867: Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Additional diamonds extend out from the base to create nine more points in total representing the 13 provinces and territories. There will be plenty of ways to get involved and celebra... You can get involved as a volunteer, organizer or participant, in your community and across Canada. Some organization for activities are as follows..... There will be plenty of ways to get involved and celebrate all that makes us who we are as a country. Explore Canada.... Discover the activities taking place in Canada’s national parks, heritage centers. You can get your Discovery Pass for free admission in 2017 to Parks, Canada places from coast to coast! Explore Canada.... Discover the activities taking place in Canada’s national parks, herita... Credits: http://canada.pch.gc.... Credits: Thank you!!!

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Transcript: Canada 150 What can we celebrate? The smallest region may be the St. Lawrence lowlands but it is the most populated, with Toronto (the largest city in Canada) in this region. More than 4 million people live in the Toronto area. Toronto is a diverse urban center. Large cities that exist and grow because they fulfill several functions (manufacturing, transportation, services, cultural centers and industry) Land use in urban areas are usually residential, commercial, transportation, institutional and industrial. Canada marked its 150 years last year on July 1. Though it is something to celebrate, there was some controversy about the 150 part of the celebration. The indigenous people believed it should be Canada 1500 because of the FNMI peoples history. Though the government claimed that they were celebrating 150 years of confederation it still didn't ease their thoughts and arguments. But Canada has many things we should celebrate; our environment, population, natural resources and our communities. Managing Natural Resources (Canada, 2018) Demographics Sidewalk Labs to create future city (Gibson, 2018) In rural communities or the Interior plains (which covers a lot of Canada's midsection, mostly covered in grasslands) there are huge grain farms, known as Canada's breadbasket region where 30 million metric tons of wheat is harvested annually and some farms are used for horse and cattle ranching. More than half of Canada is covered by the Canadian shield and many of Canada's largest forests, thousands of lakes and waterfalls are located here making great picnic areas, trailing spots and scenic views. The Appalachian highlands border the Atlantic ocean and many small inlands and bays which provide great harbors for fishing vessels We rely too much on the burning of fossil fuels (coal) as our source of energy. Excessive amounts of greenhouse gases are released into the air with this process. If we start to make long term plans and goals for Canada, it will help our economy and will help us transition to a more greener way of living. (How Can Canada Become More Eco-Friendly Using Renewable Energy Sources?, 2015) (Gadacz, n.d.) We can celebrate Canada's demographics (literacy rate, natural increase) and our diverse society. Being a home to many multicultural families and communities. Our beautiful environment (large forests, lakes and waterfalls and our different regions) that provides a home to our wildlife. We should celebrate where our country stands in the world because of our diverse economy and our large supply of natural resources to the world. All the food we harvest in our country providing people in rural areas with jobs. Our urban cities are extremely advanced and diverse with lots of functions which supply us with the services we need. 2036 Canada Exporting Natural Resources One of google's companies is planning to build something along the east side of the waterfront in Toronto. This project (Sidewalk Toronto) will use cutting-edge technology to model for future urban developments. (Gibson, 2018) (City of Toronto, 2017) Britannica, T. E. (2016). Canadian Shield. Retrieved from https:/ Canada, N. R. (2018). Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved from City of Toronto. (2017). City of Toronto. Retrieved from Dykeman, W. (2018). Appalachian Mountains. Retrieved from Gadacz, R. R. (n.d.). First Nations. Retrieved from Gibson, E. (2018). Alphabet set to create high-tech "future city" on Toronto waterfront. Retrieved from Global Affairs Canada. (2017). Canada 150. Retrieved from Heritage, C. (2018). Canadian Multiculturalism Day - Celebrate Canada days 2018. Retrieved from How Can Canada Become More Eco-Friendly Using Renewable Energy Sources? (2015). Retrieved from Landforms Affecting How People Live. (2016). Retrieved from LibGuides: Grade 9: Issues in Canadian Geography: Interactions in the Physical Environment. (n.d.). Retrieved from P. (2016). Canada's population surpasses 36 million. Retrieved from 150 Years (P,2016) References (Britannica, 2016) Rural Communities So what can we really celebrate? (Dykeman, 2018) Livable Urban Communities Canada has many majestic environments and the Rockies are

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Transcript: Happy 150 birthday Canada! By: Laura Lee Canada 150 Canada 150 It has been 150 years since Canada has joined together and made a country. 1967 was when Canada was born. It has developed into a loving, free, country. Here, I will show you a couple places in Canada where you would love to spend your summer in. These places are beautiful and you will love what you see. Sauble Beach Sauble Beach Location of Sauble Beach Sauble beach is an amazing place for a getaway. It is located in South Bruce Peninsula in the region of Southwestern of Ontario. There are many things you can do at Sauble Beach. You can go swimming, wind surfing, water-skiing and much more. The water is very shallow and warm so you don't have to worry about getting cold. It's also an amazing place to watch the sunset. If you don't feel like going for a swim, you can check out all the cool shops around the beach. There's lots of things you can do at this place. I'm interested in this place because it seems like you can do many things at this beach and it's exciting to visit a new place. The Forks The Forks The Forks is a historic place where people can enjoy the scenery. It is also a peaceful, green space that people can have meetings or special events. It also has lots of attractions like museums, parks, shops, stores, rides, etc. The Forks is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This spot was claimed as a National Historic Site in 1974, although this place wasn't technically human-made except for the attractions and other things. For over six thousand years, this place has been a natural meeting place for the First Nations People, and later, also a meeting place for European fur traders when they first came to Canada. It's also been a special place for the Metis, Scottish settlers, Pioneers, and later, tens of thousands of immigrants. I'm interested in this place because it just sounded like a weird name, and now, a place where you can relax and just have fun. Pictures of the Forks Market Tower, Candy in the Forks Market, Assinibone riverwalk, and rides Pictures of The Forks Pictures of The Forks Baffin Island Baffin Island Baffin Island is an island in Nunavut which holds plenty of wildlife and history to it. The Inuits who lived in this part of Nunavut where then eventually came the Vikings, who came to start a colony because Canada had the resources they needed to live with although, I don't think they lived here long because of the cold, harsh weather and limited resources. Nowadays, people travel here to take a look at the wildlife that's here. To be honest, when I was picking out this place for this assignment, I thought that Baffin Island would be part of a province. I never expected it to be part of Nunavut. The famous old Niagara Falls, a.k.a. Horseshoe Falls. Thousands of tourists come to Canada just to see the Falls. There are plenty of activities to do at the Falls like going on a journey behind the Falls on a cruise on the Hornblower cruise ship, riding the Clifton Hill skywheel, going on a tour in the Niagara helicopters, getting a view of Niagara Falls in the Skylon tower, trying out the Great Canadian Midway, shops, hotels, restaurants, souvenir shops and much more. Niagara Falls is located in the Niagara region and is one of the most famous attractions in Canada. Niagara Falls was formed by the Great Lakes at the end of the last ice age. Niagara Falls is important to Canadian history because lots of explorers from other countries came to the Falls before it was called Niagara Falls. Those explorers enjoyed the Falls as much as you did if you ever went there. There are also lots of myths about Niagara Falls. I've been to Niagara Falls every summer and i'm sure you have too. I would keep on going to go to Niagara Falls every summer. It's sort of like a tradition for me and my family. Niagara Falls Niagara Falls Pictures of Horseshoe Falls, The Hornblower, Niagara helicopters, Skylon Tower, Clifton Hill Skywheel, and Great Canadian Midway Pictures of Niagara Falls and some of its attractions Pictures of Niagara Falls and some of its attractions Hope you liked my presentation and learned many things. Thank you for watching! Conclusion Conclusion

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Transcript: Canada has become 150. The fact that we have improved and changed this far is something worth celebrating. Our population has increased, and we are known as those nice people from the north. The Environment Our Country Canada is now 150! When you step outside the door, everyone in your neighborhood is not the same race or same religion you. Just by going to school, everyone is different, from the staff to the students. We do not have to be raised a gender. You can express however you feel and have the right to marry who you like. design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi < Our History Canada has come along way. 150 years since this country was born. We have gone through industrialization and without it will the outcome of this country. Everyone has their own heroes, someone they look to. From family to soldiers that protect our country. When I was small, I was always told about Terry Fox, and how he help raise money for children with cancer by running a huge marathon. Even Rick Hansen himself did what Terry did. Our Status This gives the people the chance to have a great and healthy life. From the cold snowy mountains to boreal forest. The wildlife is beautiful. But the climate is getting more hot making it harder to grow crops and increasing the amount of wildfires. This is due to global warming caused by pollution. Diversity When people think of Canadians, we think of the nice people from the north. We give, help, and protect people as a country. As a bilingual country we speak french and english. We take 250,000 immigrants a year and open our border to anyone. As a canadian citizen, we have the right to vote for the leaders we want. Our relationship first nations people aren't the best but it can improve by treating them as one of us. As Wab Kinew said, " When you set aside a group of people from the rest, that never seems to work." From free education, to free healthcare, changes lives. We have the rural areas of the country and the urban cities of this country. Without rura Canada 150


Transcript: Qu'est-ce que canada@150? Comment nous avons travaillé? Experimented with foresight methods Used web 2.0 platform Collaborated across regions and departments Policy Challenge Groups Vision de la fonction publique 2.017 The canada@150 vision PS 2.017 is an adaptive organization that places the right people in the right jobs at the right time, nurtures a high trust and learning environment, fosters a culture of collaboration, is technologically savvy, confidently champions alternative and innovative policy development and values engagement with citizens and stakeholders. un wiki à CanNor Mise sur pied d'un nouveau ministère Défis géographiques et historiques Technologie à la rescousse Pas une solution miracle Experiment "cone of silence" Trend analysis Scenario-Building Why was the project a success? it engaged employees by emphasizing the connections between the silos it explored new, innovative methods it helped to promote a culture of collaboration within the organization it challenged the "mental maps" and assumptions which are engrained through institutional practice by focussing on the future, it shifted discussion from "how" we operate, to "why" we do what we do colleagues learned new innovative policy tools that combined the science of research with the art of storytelling Qui s'adapte à son époque canada@150 nous a permis de: jeter un regard plus global sur la fonction publique de par l'interraction avec des personnes d'autres ministères/Affectations prendre connaissance de l'ensemble des opportunités d'expériences possibles au sein de la fonction publique Lessons learned from an organizational effectiveness perspective Collaboration generated better outcomes Project engendered greater ownership of both the process and the products Wiki/web 2.0 technologies have great potential to improve organizational efficiencies Centralized, cross departmental platform for the storage, exchange and retrieval of information with « democratic » access Greater ease of document production and editing Networking capabilities amongst policy and program cadres Défis à relever - Challenges to face Securité et confidentialité de l'information dans l'utilisation des outils de collaboration Culture of collaboration Bilinguilisme sur les sites d'interraction spontannées Interraction entre le Politique et les politiques Bureaucratie qui freine l'innovation Les gestionnaires devront s'adapter aux besoins/réalités des nouvelles générations de travailleurs Repenser l'engagement au sein de la machine gouvernementale The structure of the federal government's impact on the way we work/think (silos) Seeking out opportunities to engage More holistic performance standards (value for those that collaborate, seek oportunities to mentor etc) Merci! Thank you! Canada@150 & the MTP / le PSG Our Framing Questions What key challenges will Canada face in 2017? A few PSR recommendations canada@150 Thinking outside your day job How must the Public Service adapt in order to meet these challenges? Thèmes récurrents de notre all of our prospective@pch notre vision d'une fonction publique Web 2.0 - using collaborative tools video: moins hiérarchique plus organique plus innovante less risk-averse Fonction publique Cette expérience a renforcé Using foresight techniques Questions? a pilot project foresight@pch Cross-pollination Collaboration 14 sept. 2010 CSPS/EFPC rapport finale de agreed that What are the options for dealing with these challenges? is essential! 1. Intro : Présentateurs et objet de la présentation (2mn) 2. Le contexte/le projet/ les sujets/ les produits – rapport/vidéo/réseau/présentations - (5mn) 3. Renouvellement de la fonction publique (5mn) 4. Exemples de sous-produits : Création d’un wiki à CanNor/ Intégration des techniques de prospective à PCH/Participation à des comités de travail ministériels (5mn) 5. Nous, les stagiaires en gestion (2mn) 6. Conclusion : Enjeux rencontrés/Leçons retenues/ Défis à relever (5mn) Public Service un projet pilot final report "ideas wall"

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