Important Canadian Government Contact Details and Links


You are new to Canada. Here are some important Government contact numbers and useful links that will come in handy in next few months. You can print or bookmark this page for future reference.

Government of Canada
1-800-O-CANADA (1-800-6-226232)
TTY*: 1-800-926-9105
Website: www.canada.gc.ca

Helpful Links:
START JOB SEARCH Find public/private sector jobs, work permit, get a Social Insurance Number, a criminal record check or a security clearance.
BENEFITS Information about Employment Insurance (EI) and family benefits.
IMMIGRATION Everything about Immigration.
TRAVEL Tourism Canada.... Yes you heard it right! Explore beautiful Canada.
BUSINESS Starting a business? Everything you need to know.
HEALTH SYSTEM Health System and Services (Health cars etc)
HEALTH Canadian Health Advisory (Alerts) https://www.canada.ca/en/services/taxes/individuals.html
TAXES Manage your Taxes. Answer to Every question you might have for filing your year end Tax. Citizenship and Immigration Canada
1-888-242-2100
TTY*: 1-888-976-8502
Website: www.cic.gc.ca

STUDY Study Permit and requirement.
VISIT Visit Visa etc.
WORK Find out what you need if you are not Canadian.
NEW IMMIGRANT Find out everything you need to know if you are new here like how to apply for PR Card, Health Card etc.
FIND AN IRCC (formerly CIC) OFFICE Inside as well as outside Canada. Service Canada
1-800-O-CANADA (1-800-6-226232)
TTY: 1-800-926-9105
Website: www.servicecanada.gc.ca

Health Canada
1-866-225-0709
TTY: 1-800-267-1245
Website: www.hc-sc.gc.ca

Employment and Social Development Canada
Website: www.esdc.gc.ca

Job Bank
Website: www.jobbank.gc.ca

Foreign Credentials Referral Office
1-888-854-1805
TTY: 1-800-926-9105

Statistics Canada
1-800-263-1136
infostats@statcan.gc.ca
Link to specific information per province or territory: www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/reference/province-eng

TTY*
(Text Telephone Device or Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TDD)):
TTY stands for Text Telephone. It is also sometimes called a TDD, or Telecommunication Device for the Deaf. TTY is the more widely accepted term, however, as TTYs are used by many people, not just people who are deaf.
A TTY is a special device that lets people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired use the telephone to communicate, by allowing them to type messages back and forth to one another instead of talking and listening.
Source: AboutTTY.com

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