Canadian Government websites can be hard to find especially if you are a new permanent resident Canada, visiting Canada or simply don’t know what you are looking for. I often have people email me to ask me questions about where to look for jobs in Canada or about the Employment Standards Act etc.

I thought it would only be fitting to have a page with important Canadian Government Websites that pertains to life in Canada.  I know when I moved to Canada as a permanent resident from the UK I had to visit and contact many of these services so they may be handy if you are starting your new life in Canada like I did.

If you want me to add something I’ve missed please send me an email to canadianbudgetbinder [@} yahoo.ca

Federal Government Services Canada

Government of Ontario Provincial Services

Other

Canadian Cross Border Shopping

Travelling

Public Health will tell you what you need immunized for and what contagious diseases are prominent where you are going. – Travel Health Notices

Recommendations from the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI)

  • Infants & Children
  • Adults
  • Travellers

Food

 

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Mr. CBB
Mr. CBB was born and raised in the United Kingdom who then moved to Canada where he is a permanent resident. He recently became a father to a very busy toddler who allows him to be a kid at heart. He bought his first house at the age of 21 after University and his second at the age of 24. Both Mr.CBB and his wife are Debt and Mortgage Free and they did it all in under 5 years using a Budget. Canadian Budget Binder is a place where he shares their financial experiences with his readers and hopes to learn about theirs. Welcome to CBB!
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Comments

  1. Donna Williams says:

    Handy Government Sites!

    Canada Customs – Personal Exemptions for Returning Canadian Residents
    With all the new changes to how much we can claim in the last year and cross border shopping fans it spells it out pretty clear. (I found the government link less helpful)

    Speaking of cross border shopping….

    Border Wait Times!
    Updated daily to let you know which crossings to take and how long you will wait.

    Public Health Agency of Canada

    Influenza Immunization – “the flu shot”

    Travelling?

    Travel Health Notices

    Public Health will tell you what you need immunized for and what contagious diseases are prominent where you are going.

    Recommendations from the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI)

    Infants & Children
    Adults
    Travellers

    Food Recalls and Allergy Alerts – High Risk

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    Other relevant sites worth having on hand:

    The Weather Network
    For Weather Forecasts in your area
    http://www.theweathernetwork.com/weather/caon0289
    http://www.gasbuddy.com/

    Where to Get Cheap Gas Prices in your area!
    Key in your province, then select your city for a list of all gas stations near you or where you are travelling for the day!
    I then copy the link to facebook public notice and can check daily with that link every day or the days I need gas.

    http://www.gasbuddy.com/

    Link to you nearest Airport for Arrival times of flights.
    They inform you what flights are coming in and if they are on time or delayed.

    Example: I live in Hamilton which has an airport but the biggest international airport is Pearson international in Toronto so I keep the link handy for when I need it.

    http://www.torontopearson.com/en/flights/schedules/#

  2. Mary F Campbell says:

    In BC, we have 1-800-dial-a-dietician (see and can dial 8-1-1 from anywhere in the province to speak with a registered nurse, dietitian or pharmacist or to find a health resource close to home. Do you have similar programs in Ontario? If so, I would add these to the resource sheet.

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