• Eva Demers-Brett, Developer
    Oct 3, 2018
    Modern technologies are powerful, but the tech world is notoriously unilingual English. Many open source tools don’t provide the multilingual control we need, like the ability to swap to a version of the content in context. So how do we bridge this gap to deliver modern services to Canadians?
  • Amir Abou-Jawde, Developer, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Sep 11, 2018
    I co-located at CDS for sixteen weeks, three days a week, which was still enough to keep me on my toes, especially with how involved developers are in the process. I ended up learning a lot while I was there. I know this sounds like a totally generic statement but it’s genuinely true. Keeping me …
  • CDS Policy Team
    Sep 7, 2018
    Here at the Canadian Digital Service, we’ve been lucky to have great role models to learn from, in the U.K., the U.S., Italy, Australia, Ontario, and many other places, as we work with our partners to improve digital services for Canadians. We use a well-established play to help drive this mission: …
  • Stevie-Ray Talbot, Policy
    Aug 31, 2018
    Do you want to support us in our mandate to improve services for newcomers to Canada, Veterans, seniors, and others? Help us implement and scale digital government in Canada by providing strategic advice, finding great people, and providing training to strengthen the government's digital capacity.
  • Eman El-Fayomi, Head of Design
    Aug 21, 2018
    At CDS, we build our product teams to consist of product managers, researchers, designers, developers, policy experts, and communication specialists. But, assembling a multidisciplinary team does not mean the hardest part is done. All of the individuals that you’ve gathered onto your team come from …