Getting a Birth Certificate

This piece of identification lets the world know who you are and that you are a Canadian citizen, and entitles you to all the rights and privileges of living in Canada. All applicants over 9 years of age need to have a guarantor, which is someone that has know you for at least two years, and is currently serving or practising in specified professions. They are needed to guarantee that your information is accurate, and must give you their permission to provide their name. For more information and an online application, contact:

Canada. Service Canada, Online Services and Forms
https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/online-services-forms.html

Online access to forms and application kits are available in a downloadable and printable PDF format from the Internet * includes forms for: Income Security Programs * CPP Disability * CPP * OAS * CPP Death Benefit * CPP Survivors Pension and Childrens Benefit * GIS * Allowance for Survivor * Pension Sharing * Direct Deposit form and many other application forms

Canada. Service Canada
http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca

Services to employers and workers including Record of Employment (ROI) support * job order posting * labour standards * labour market information * work-sharing * industrial adjustment services * Employment Insurance (EI) * Health and Safety * Workplace Equity * Apprenticeship grants * Youth Services * Skills Link * for Employment Insurance (EI) please call 1-800-206-7218

SIN numbers * Passport applications and drop-off * Canadian Forces Recruitment * Death Benefits * Parental Benefits *
for Income Security Programs (CPP) * Disability Benefits * Survivor Benefits * Old age Security please call for appointment 1-800-277-9914

Applications from Federal Government Ministries such as Revenue Canada and Human Resources Development Canada * Passport Canada receiving agent * pleasure craft licences * drop off centre for ISP applications

Youth Job Search * walk-in job search centre * access to computers, fax, photocopier and telephone * free Internet access * resource materials, job boards * labour market information * software tutorials * assistance with resumes * employment and vocational counselling and assessment * job placement * life skills training * job search and computer skills workshops * interview simulations

Canada. Service Canada
http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca

One-stop service delivery for a wide range of federal programs and services * Internet access and assistance locating and applying for government programs including Employment Insurance, Social Insurance Numbers, Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security, as well as Apprenticeship Incentive Grant, Canada Education Savings Grant and others

Student/youth employment services available — see separate entry

Canada. Service Canada
http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca

Services to employers and workers including Record of Employment (ROI) support * job order posting * labour standards * labour market information * work-sharing * industrial adjustment services * Employment Insurance (EI) * Health and Safety * Workplace Equity * Apprenticeship grants * Youth Services

SIN numbers * Passport applications and drop-off * Canadian Forces Recruitment * Income Security Programs (CPP) * Disability Benefits * Survivor Benefits, * Death Benefits, Survivor Benefits * Parental Benefits * Old age Security *

Applications from Federal Government Ministries such as Revenue Canada and Human Resources Development Canada * Direct lines to other Federal Departments

Computers available to assist with job search * walk-in job search centre * access to computers, fax, photocopier and telephone * free Internet access * resource materials, job boards * labour market information * software tutorials * assistance with resumes * employment and vocational counselling and assessment * job placement * life skills training * job search and computer skills workshops * interview simulations

Canada. Service Canada
http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca

One-stop service delivery for a wide range of federal programs and services * labour market information * information and referral on Employment Insurance, Social Insurance Numbers, Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security, Veterans benefits, Apprenticeship Incentive Grant, Canada Education Savings Grant and others * some Service Canada locations are passport receiving agents

For details on all federal and provincial benefits see Canada Benefits directory

For local Service Canada Centres see separate entries or office locator

Huron-Perth Children’s Aid Society
http://www.h-pcas.ca

Serves children, adolescents and families * provides child protection services as mandated by the Child and Family Services Act, and family support including:
* Counselling services to children and families
* Placement of at-risk children in individual and group home foster family settings
* Adoption placement of infants and older children who are legally and emotionally free for adoption
* Supervision, finalization of adoptions
* ongoing assistance to adoptive families
* Information Dissemination regarding “Duty to Report” suspected cases of child abuse and neglect through the Purple Ribbon Campaign

Huron-Perth Children’s Aid Society
http://www.h-pcas.ca

The Huron-Perth Children’s Aid Society (H-PCAS) serves children, adolescents and families * Child and Family Services Act * services provided by the H-PCAS include:
* Child Protection * Counselling services to children under 16 years of age and their parents * Placement of children at risk in individual and group home foster family settings, * Adoption placement of infants and older children who are legally and emotionally free for adoption * Supervision, finalization of adoptions through the court * ongoing assistance to adoptive families * Information Dissemination regarding “Duty to Report” suspected cases of child abuse and neglect through the Purple Ribbon Campaign