Our stories, your Canada
Public Services and Procurement Canada does important work to support departments and agencies across government, and Canadians from coast to coast to coast.
Explore stories of the people and projects making a difference in the lives of Canadians and discover how PSPC supports departments and agencies across government.
Ravaged by fire in April 2008, the Voltigeurs de Québec Armoury is once again part of the landscape of Quebec City. This video presents the work done to restore the historic building, as well as some of the people responsible.
Our people at work
Meet our employees as they share their work and the innovative, client-focused solutions they put in place to support clients and Canadians.
Experience how Canada’s history is being preserved for future generations.
Making better possible
Discover how our initiatives are improving the lives of Canadians.
Public Services and Procurement Canada 150
- Intercolonial Railway
- Fast facts about Public Services and Procurement Canada
- Public Services and Procurement Canada employees celebrating Canada’s big year
- A real estate success story with a real history
- A long-lasting relationship with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
- The Confederation Bridge: Celebrating 20 years of connecting Canadians
- Our department during the Second World War
- Helping to make the first Canadian flag
- C.D. Howe, the “minister of everything”
- Building and rebuilding Canada’s Parliament Buildings
- Sir Sandford Fleming: Public Works employee and the “father of standard time”
- Who we were, who we are
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