The School presents interactive seminars, forums and other learning events that provide opportunities for dialogue on the current issues facing the public service. All events are free unless otherwise specified.
Anti-Racism Event Series
This series is designed to help you and your teams understand and have discussions around issues of racism and systemic barriers that exist for marginalized and racialized groups of Canadians.
Artificial Intelligence Is Here Series
This series will explore the foundations and future directions of artificial intelligence (AI) and its implications on the work Canadian public servants perform.
Artificial Intelligence Series
The series will offer the knowledge needed to make informed decisions when faced with how and when AI should be used to enhance government services and how to regulate its use while keeping the public's interest in mind.
CSPS Virtual Café Series
This series explores a range of topics of broad interest through moderated conversations with leaders from within and outside of the public service.
Data for impact Series
This event series spotlights key issues and case studies that detail the progress made in strengthening the Government of Canada's data foundations.
EXecuTALKs are short monthly webinars designed to provide fast knowledge-sharing and learning to the executive community from the comfort of a desktop or mobile device.
Future of Democracy Series
This series will explore how democracies can prepare for future challenges and examine the future of democratic justice systems, of polarization, and of party politics.
Government of Canada Innovation Series
This series features top academic, business, and public service leaders who will explore the meaning of innovation and identify processes and structures that can accelerate it.
This series features learning events for leaders at all levels across the Public Service of Canada.
The Trust Series
This series challenges public servants to think broadly about why trust matters to democracy, and how fostering it will be an essential part of meeting the policy challenges of the 21st century.