Posts Tagged ‘government of canada’

The murky waters of government employment and political neutrality

The Government of Canada has a generally well-written Values and Ethics Code, which public servants must abide by. With every passing year, a particular element of this Code has become increasingly challenging to explain with absolute clarity and even more challenging to enforce, save for the most obvious cases.  I’m referring specifically to: Section 1 – Respect for democracy […]

Why the Canadian Digital Service is a Major Milestone for Canada

Over the course of the past two decades, there have been numerous initiatives/movements relating to the Government of Canada and the digital space. I can see why it’s hard for people to get excited about yet another one. However, having worked as a management consultant (specializing in the digital channel) with nearly every federal department, I’m […]

Let Companies Show their Support for Vimy Ridge

There has been much controversy this past week on the appropriateness of corporate sponsorship to support the construction and operation of a Visitor Education Centre at Vimy Ridge in France. First, some context with some help from Wikipedia: The Battle of Vimy Ridge was a military engagement fought in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France, during the […]