Welcome to Canada.ca

Most requested services and information

Get quick, easy access to the Government of Canada's most requested services and information.

Find jobs in Canada

Information on current Canadian jobs, trends in employment, the economy and news and how to subscribe to e-mail alerts and find resources for job seekers and employers.

Find a job with the Government of Canada

Information on how to search for current public service jobs and information about federal hiring programs.

Get ready to file your 2013 income tax return

Information on filing your return online in three steps.

Check your immigration or citizenship application status

Includes online updates on sponsorship, permanent resident and citizenship applications using your identification number, name, date and place of birth.

Complete an Employment Insurance report

Information on how to submit your EI report online every two weeks and instructions and information about your rights and responsibilities.

Weather information

Information on current conditions, short and long-term forecasts and public weather alerts, access marine forecasts, the Air Quality Health Index and historical climate data.

Immigrate to Canada as a federal skilled worker

Includes eligibility, steps to apply, processing times, and what you need to do before you come to Canada.

Canada Pension Plan

Includes payment dates, rates, contribution statements and forms for pension, disability, survivor and family CPP benefits.

Get a passport

Includes information on passport applications, processing times and service locations.

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Learn more about the website's new features and progress.

Activities and initiatives

Here are some current activities and initiatives being led by departments and agencies across the Government of Canada.

Floods

Get Prepared: learn how you can prepare and stay safe in the event of a flood.

School zone

Scientific adventures for kids. Go ahead... Do try this at home! Fun science experiments courtesy of the Canada Science and Technology Museum.

Safe internal cooking temperatures

Don't guess if it's done. Use a digital food thermometer to ensure your meal is properly cooked.

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