Social Insurance Number

Before you can apply for a job; you will need to apply for a Social Insurance Number (SIN). This number identifies you to the Canadian Government and allows you to pay taxes and receive the benefits you qualify for. There is no fee for your first card. Simply visit your nearest Service Canada Office to apply.

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

COVID-19 All in person Service Canada Centres are closed to the public until further notice * clients can apply for critical services online * personal service support for EI and pension applications are available through e-service online and on mobile phones

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

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

COVID19 Physical office closed and staff are working remotely to respond to client’s needs. Screeners are available during office hours to receive referrals/incoming information. Phone system will connect to answering service after hours for a Protection Worker to respond to client needs. During COVID19 court dates/services suspended except emergency apprehensions. Home visits with prescreening or rescheduled

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

COVID19 Physical office closed and staff are working remotely to respond to client’s needs. Screeners are available during office hours to receive referrals/incoming information. Phone system will connect to answering service after hours for a Protection Worker to respond to client needs. During COVID19 court dates/services suspended except emergency apprehensions. Home visits with prescreening or rescheduled

The Huron-Perth Children’s Aid Society (H-PCAS) serves children, adolescents and families under the 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

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