|2002/03 Annual Service
Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and
Message from the Deputy Minister
The success of an organization is built upon the work and skills
of its members, and our ministry is no exception. Even as the changes
and transformations of our first year continued, we maintained the
high level of service our clients and partners have come to expect.
The Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services encompasses
eight wide-ranging program areas with nearly forty branches. Over
the past year, we have worked hard to meet our service plan commitments
in each area.
Our ability to successfully meet our objectives as a ministry is
a direct result of the efforts of each and every staff member. While
working towards common goals, we all exercised personal responsibility,
and remained committed to building a high-performance organization
— where we deliver meaningful and valued services, and have
a great time doing it.
In the last two years, we have succeeded by building on our diversity.
Drawing upon an amazing capacity of skilled, knowledgeable and experienced
people, we have also built a strong reputation for performance and
achievement. This reputation is based on three interlinked qualities:
straightforwardness, dedication and energy. We will continue to
strengthen these qualities to even better serve our clients, our
partners and our public service.
Bob de Faye
Deputy Minister of Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services