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People who have been granted permanent resident status in Canada.
Please note that in these datasets, the figures have been suppressed or rounded to prevent the identification of individuals when the datasets are compiled and compared with other publicly available statistics. Values between 0 and 5 are shown as “--“ and all other values are rounded to the nearest multiple of 5. This may result to the sum of the figures not equating to the totals indicated.
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This study was conducted to explore the regional differences of STG affiliated versus non-STG affiliated offenders under the jurisdiction of the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC).
This study was conducted to explore available information related to federal men offenders' STG affiliation trajectories.
Understanding the reasons for Security Threat Group (STG) disaffiliation may assist the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) in encouraging and supporting offenders to disengage from a STG.
Through qualitative methods, the goal of the current study is to gain an understanding of the impacts that women's Healing Lodges have on Indigenous offenders, as well as challenges that these sites are currently facing.
The goal of the current study was to gain an understanding of the impacts that women's Healing Lodges have on Indigenous offenders, as well as the challenges that are currently facing the operation of these sites.
Security Threat Group (STG) disengagement or disaffiliation is a key priority for correctional jurisdictions as decreasing STG involvement may enhance the safety and security of institutions and minimize the impact of STGs for operational staff and on population management strategies.
The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) finds value in helping students find employment and gain experience. Find information on work opportunities for students here.
CSC remains committed to developing and maintaining a strong, inclusive, and diverse workforce that not only reflects the Canadian population, but also the populations we serve. We don’t just accept diversity – we celebrate it! We are making targeted efforts to recruit and retain diverse employees. In fact, CSC is the largest employer of Indigenous peoples in the core public administration. We believe that our ability to deliver accessible and inclusive services is realized when we recognize and retain the most diverse range of thoughts, experiences, and skills.
We believe that our employees are the cornerstone of achieving our goals. This is why we offer them a positive and inclusive work environment that is worthy of their dedication and professionalism. We promote career advancement by providing opportunities to develop and acquire new skills and competencies. We value diversity as well as the use of both official languages.