Thanks to a "lurker" for the hat tip:
The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) has released a series of recruitment videos onto YouTube, videos that feature testimonials from real-life spies. The clips were posted last week, but released without any publicity. To date, the YouTube videos have drawn only a few hundred viewers apiece. In the clips, each of which lasts a minute or two, CSIS intelligence officers are shown striding purposefully to urgent (but fictional) assignments, as orchestral music plays and time-lapse video speeds up street scenes.
Remember "Careless talk costs lives"? Not for CSIS!:
...the clips do not feature actors. Used instead are real-life CSIS employees, who identity themselves by first name only, and who may or may not really do the jobs they are portrayed as doing.
Link to article, which has a short accompanying note and a "sting" at the end:

The film clips: Andrea the Surveillant:

Allison the Recruiter:

Shelly the IT Pro:

Theresa the duty officer:
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Patrick the Screener: