Video: Celebrating Public Services and Procurement Canada

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) manages one of the largest and most diverse portfolios of assets and real estate in the country. This video celebrates the employees and their contribution toward making PSPC Canada's real estate expert.

Transcript: Celebrating Public Services and Procurement Canada

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[Music plays]

(Text on screen: Public Services and Procurement Canada)

[Drone shot of the Centre Block from above and pans up to the Canadian flag on the Peace Tower.]

We are the Government of Canada's real estate experts.

[Black and white photo of the Burlington bridge. Date unknown.]

[Black and white photo of a large ship at a graving dock. Date unknown.]

[Black and white photo of the Dominion public government building.]

[Black and white photo of the original Parliament building. Date unknown.]

[Shot of the Rideau Canal with Parliament Hill buildings in the background. Spring.]

[Photo of the Confederation Bridge in being built in Prince Edward Island.]

[Shot of the St-Andrew's lock and dam.]

[Shot of two soldiers standing guard at the National War Memorial.]

For nearly two centuries, Public Services and Procurement Canada and our predecessors have been the stewards of our country's most historic assets: from iconic buildings, including those on Parliament Hill, to bridges, dams, and monuments.

[Shot of two employees meeting and walking together in an office space.]

[Shot of two employees sitting down for a meeting with their laptops in front of them.]

[Shot of three employees sitting down for a meeting in a kitchen area.]

With a broad range of expertise, our employees are engaging in important work.

[Shot of two employees wearing hard hats and examining a brick wall.]

[Shot of two employees holding a laptop and assessing a bridge from below.]

[Exterior shot of the Vancouver Public Library.]

[Photo of the Jean Canfield Building in Prince Edward Island.]

[Interior shot of a GCworkplace location with chairs, bench and boardroom space.]

[Drone shot from above of the West Block building under construction.]

[Interior shot of the temporary Senate Building sitting area.]

[Interior shot of the temporary Senate Chamber.]

We manage nearly 1,540 locations and properties across Canada modernizing, renewing and preserving our built heritage for the benefit of all Canadians.

[Shot of two employees with masks on having a meeting in a small conference room. There's signage outside the door.]

(Text on screen: This boardroom has a limit of 2 people.)

We are keeping people safe

[Drone shot from above of the West Block glass roof.]

Taking action on sustainability

[Close-up shot of two people walking. One person is using a white cane over tactile paving.]

[Shot of a person using an electric wheelchair in the viewing gallery of the House of Commons Chamber.]

And ensuring our spaces are accessible and inclusive for all.

[Overhead shot of cars driving on the Alexandra Bridge in Ottawa/Gatineau.]

[Exterior shot of the Voltigeurs de Québec Armoury in Québec City.]

[Shot of the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge. Portion of the bridge is rising.]

We are proud to manage one of the largest and most diverse portfolios in Canada.

[Close-up shot of a female employee in an office space.]

[Close-up shot of a male employee in a white hard hat in a construction area.]

[Close-up shot of a female employee in an office space.]

[Close-up shot of a male worker in a maintenance room.]

Join us in celebrating excellence and pride at PSPC.

(Text on screen: This video was produced in accordance with public health guidelines in place at the time of recording.)

(Text on screen: Check us out: facebook.com/PSPC.SPAC, instagram.com/pspc_spac, twitter.com/pspc_spac, youtube.com/PWGSCanada)

[Music stops]

(Public Services and Procurement Canada signature)

(Canada Wordmark)

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